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Burleson Bulls
Jerry Cantu
1208 Claire Ct.
Burleson, Texas

White Sox 1989 - 1993
As the White Sox, the ballclub enjoyed winning seasons the first four years playing in the Fort Worth Amatuer Baseball League. Although the team made the playoffs all four years they never progressed further than the first round. The league was then run by Kevin Bromley who operates Second Hand Sports in Fort Worth.

Kaleidoscope White Sox 1994 - 1999
In 1994 the White Sox picked up their first sponsor, Kaleidoscope Video Productions, and began several successful years playing in the National Adult Baseball Association. Jim Seckinger, who owned Kaleidoscope Video, proved to be an avid fan of the game and even coached the first season. In 1997, they won 2 league championships in the NABA and the FWABL. In 1999, the team won the NABA Summer League again with a 25-3 record.

The Perrotti Bulls took the 18AA Championship by defeating the Mudcats in the three game championship series. Both teams relied on offensive output throughout the series which was apparent by the (16) combined homeruns by both teams through the 3-game series. The Bulls did a good job jumping out to big leads in games 1 and 3 and keeping the Mudcat's comeback hopes in check. Mario Morales put forth an inspiring effort closing out the last four innings of game 1 and pitching a complete 7 in a losing effort in game two. Randall Buck was able to go the entire 9 innings winning the game for the Bulls team. There were many other Bulls players that rose to the occasion during the championship run;

LOUIS BUSTAMANTE - pitched (18) innings over the three game series vs. the Sun Devils notching 2 wins and going 5-11 with a homer throughout the weekend.

BRAD BRYANT - paid for his own plane ticket home from a business trip to make the championship series and made the best of his plate appearances by going 8-13 with (2) doubles, (2) homeruns, and (5) rbi over three games.

J.D. RIVERA - stepping in for Bryan Pauler during his absence, J.D. caught (5) games including three straight during the championship series while going 7-13 with (3) doubles, a homer and (7) rbi vs. the Mudcats.

Other Bulls playing inspired ball included Travis Taylor (7-15, (5) runs scored), Mario Morales (5-12, grand slam, (5) walks), Duane Johnson (5-14, (2) homers, (4) rbi), Bryan Pauler, Rob Romero, Robert Dally, Allan Ward, Daniel Guerrero, David Rodriguez, and Nate Phillips. This championship was truly a team effort with many different players picking up the slack for those unable to make games. No matter what the names may have been on the line-up card we were always a winning team. I am proud to call myself the manager of this team and I would've much rather lost with the guys that got us there than won with ringers that many of the other teams brought in. Enjoy your off-season fellas and I'll see you next February. Congratulations to everyone involved!

                           JERRY CANTU
                           Team Manager

Rob Jr.
Rob, Denise and Jr.
The Bulls would like to welcome a new addition to the Romero family, Rob Jr. was born on Tuesday afternoon at 4:30pm and both momma and baby are doing fine. Best wishes to the Romero family!

Thursday, March 10
POTG - Fish

The Bulls seemed to be firing on all cylinders vs. the Braves last Sunday... until the bottom of the 9th inning. Nick Fisher took the mound for the Bulls and settled into a 7-inning masterpiece after a shaky first inning where he gave up (3) unearned runs. Fish relaxed and gave up only (3) hits the rest of the way while striking out (11) batters. The Bulls offense started of a little slow as before scoring (10) runs in the last 3 innings to take a commanding 10-3 lead over the Braves, however, timely hitting by the Braves and untimely errors by the Bulls allowed the Braves to score (7) runs in the bottom of the 9th to force extra innings. Both teams played quality defense as neither squad could score the winning run in extra innings. The league "called" the game after (13) complete innings which resulted in a 10-10 tie. Notable hitters for the game included JD Dority going 3-5 and Chris Stabeno going 3-6.


Nick Fisher earns POTG honors for his effort off the mound for the Bulls.

(7)IP, (3)H, (4)BB, (11)K, (0)ER, (1)HBP 

Tuesday, March 15
JD Dority - POTG

Justin Dearing and C.W. Schultz combined to pitch 7-complete innings and help the Bulls notch their first win of the season vs. the Lone Stars. Dearing pitched 3 and 1/3 allowing only one hit and one earned run while striking out (4) batters. New addition C.W. Schultz pitched 3 and 2/3 innings scattering (5) hits and (2) earned runs as the Bulls offense made an early exit by scoring (14) runs on the day. The Bulls were assisted by many of the Lone Stars' (10) errors during the game.

Player Of The Game

Jason Dority earns POTG honors for his 3-5 effort on the day. JD reached base every single time and scored an additional (4) runs.

JD Dority - 3-5, 1B, (2)2B, (4)RS, (2)RBI, (2)RE

Monday, March 28
POTG - Fish

On a very cool and misty day, the Bulls continued to roll offensively for the second consecutive game vs. the Red Sox at Carter-Riverside HS. Nick Fisher took the mound and allowed two quick runs to the Red Sox before settling down to pitch 6 2/3 innings of shut-down ball the rest of the way. Fish scattered (4) hits while striking out (14) Red Sox batters along the way. The Bulls offense helped his effort by scoring (15) runs to notch the win. Chris Stabeno, JD Dority, Joe Saenz, and Miguel Benitez each had multiple hits and scoring half of the runs for the Bulls. The game also witnessed a total of (7) hit batters as the Red Sox pitchers had control problems.


Nick Fisher earns POTG honors for the 2nd time this season thanks to his efforts off the mound for the Bulls.

Fish - (6 2/3)IP, (4)H, (5)BB, (2)ER, (1)HBP, (14)K's 

Monday, April 4
Brett Barkley - POTG

The Bulls continued their unbeaten streak versus the Brewers at Diamond Hill HS but almost made it a little too interesting. Chris Stabeno took the mound and allowed (2) quick runs to the Brewers top of the order before settling down to shut out the rest of the batting order. Stab pitched (5) complete innings striking out (7) and scattering (3) hits along the way. The Bulls offense notched double figure runs for the fourth consecutive game with several batters snapping out of their offensive slumps. Brett Barkley, Justin Dearing, and Chris Stabeno provided multiple hits in the game including a solo homer by Barkley. With a 13-3 lead going into the final innings, the Brewers scored (5) runs on closing pitchers Justin Dearing and C.W. Schultz to close the gap the 13-8 before the Bulls shut the door.



Brett Barkley earns POTG honors for the week going 3-4, (2)1B, (1)HR, (2)RS 

Monday, May 16
POTG - Justin Dearing

The Bulls were unable to create a win streak after splitting the last two games versus the Knights and the 18+ Bulldogs. Against the Knights, Justin Dearing took the mound for the shorthanded Bulls pitching 4 1/3 innings and giving up only one earned run along the way. Miguel Benitez and Carl Shuler provided more than enough offense to ensure the win for Dearing. The Bulls took advantage of defensive and base-running errors by the Knights to notch the win in the last inning.

In game two, the Bulls began inter-league play against the 18+ Bulldogs at Carter-Riverside HS. Robert Mendez took the mound as the Bulls jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first and held a 5-2 lead through the first 5 innings before the Bulls bullpen allowed the Bulldogs to score (9) runs in the final three frames. The 8th inning proved to be the nail in the coffin for the Bulls as the Bulldogs notched (5) runs including a solo homer to shut the door. The Bulls scored (3) additional runs in the bottom of the last inning but it proved too little too late for the team. Chad Crump provided much of the offense going 3-4 with a solo homer.


Justin Dearing earns POTG honors for his efforts versus the Knights giving up only (1)ER through (4 1/3) innings striking out (5) batters along the way.


Miguel Benitez - 2-2, (2)1B, (2)BB, (2)RS vs. Knights

Carl Shuler - 3-3, (2)1B, 2B, (2)RBI, (2)SB vs. Knights

Chad Crump - 3-4, 1B, 2B, HR, BB, (3)RBI, (2)RS

Tuesday, June 21
Stab - (8)IP, (10)K, (4)BB

After a quick start, the Bulls are having difficulty stringing together quality starts to get back on the winning end of games. The team is 0-3-1 over the last four games and struggling to remain in playoff contention in their division. The team has exhibited signs of snapping out of the slump over the last two games as they tied the Padres 4-4 and lost to the Lions 10-9 in very close contests. During the streak several players have found their offensive groove and increased the team batting average significantly. Versus the Padres, Chris Stabeno took the mound and limited one of the hottest hitting teams in the league to (7) hits and (2) earned runs through 8-complete innings while striking out (10) and walking only (4) batters. Unfortunately, Bulls errors and timely hitting allowed the Padres to tie the game in bottom half of the last frame forcing the teams to settle for a tie. Stab also helped his own cause going 3-4 from the plate with (2)1B, 2B, and (2)RBI on the day.

Against the Lions, the Bulls jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead in the top half of the 1st with extra base hits and a 3-run homer by Chris Stabeno that helped light a fire under the team. However, the Lions would not be denied as they picked away at the lead and eventually overtook the Bulls after a 6-run 4th that was fueled by inopportune errors. Daniel Perez, Miguel and Hiram Benitez, Joey Saenz, and Brett Barkley all recorded multiple hits for the game but it wasn't enough to overcome the Lions. 

Monday, June 27
POTG - Robert Mendez

On one of the hottest days of the season so far, the Bulls offense finally exceeded expectations by pounding out (16) hits in a 13-8 victory vs. the 2nd place Braves at Diamond Hill HS yesterday. Robert Mendez took the mound and alleviated any questions about pitching by throwing a compete game for the win. Robert consistently threw strikes scattering (11) hits but only giving up (2) earned runs and allowing ONE walk during the entire game. Errors allowed the Braves to keep it close through the 4th inning before Brett Barkley's solo homerun in the bottom of the frame led off a (4) run inning for the Bulls. Some new additions to the squad also contributed in a big way as Roy and John Hampton found their strokes on Sunday. John had (5) RBI on 3-4 hitting while brother Roy went 2-4 adding another RBI. The win closes the gap with the Braves and Padres to 1/2 game in a battle for 2nd place in the competitive division.


Robert Mendez earns POTG honors for his efforts off the mound in the 102* heat by pitching a complete game to help end the Bulls losing streak.


Brett Barkley - 3-4, (2)1B, HR, (2)RS, RBI

John Hampton - 3-4, (3)1B, (3)RS, (5)RBI

Chris Stabeno - 2-3, 1B, 2B, BB 

Friday, July 1
Barkley Family
Luke Web Barkley
The Barkley family welcomed the latest addition to their family today. Luke Web Barkley weighed in at 8lbs. 7oz. and 20.5 in. long. Momma and baby are doing fine!

Tuesday, July 19
Mike Adan Benitez
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Benitez on the birth of their son Mike Adan Benitez. Little Mike was born July 4th weighing in at a healthy 8.5 lbs. and 20 inches. Mother and son are doing well!

Friday, July 22
Robert Mendez - POTG

The Bulls continued their win streak with a close game vs. the Outlaws at Diamond Hill HS. Robert Mendez took the mound and effectively kept the Bulls in the game until the offense capitalized on errors to create a comfortable lead. The Bulls left men on base virtually every inning. Mendez pitched 6 complete innings scattering (6) hits and striking (7) batters and only walking (2) hitters the entire game. A Bulls error in the 6th gave the Outlaws hope closing the gap to 5-3 before Roy Hampton took over in the 7th and saved the game with a 3-up 3-down inning. Justin Dearing, Hiram Benitez, and Brett Barkley recorded multi-hit games to power the Bulls offense.


Robert Mendez earns POTG honors for the second consecutive game off the mound for the Bulls. Mendez went (6)IP, (6)H, (7)K, (2)BB, (2)ER 


Justin Dearing - 2-2, 1B, 2B, (2)RS

Hiram Benitez - 2-3, 1B, 2B, RS, RBI, SB

Brett Barkley - 2-2, (2)1B, RBI, SB, HBP 

Tuesday, August 23

The Bulls picked a great time to hit their stride just as the regular season wraps up and playoffs begin. Pitching has been the most noticable improvement as Robert Mendez and Justin Dearing have picked up the slack during the 3-game win streak. Dearing pitched a gem for the Bulls limiting the Black Knights to only (2) hits over (8) complete innings and recording (12) K's along the way. Robert Mendez has continued to dominate going 2-0 over the last games pitching a total of (12) innings and giving up only (2) earned runs while recording (17) K's and walking a total of four batters. The Bulls will face the Nationals in the first round of the playoffs as they try to find a way to defeat a team that has won every match.


Game 1 - Saturday 8/27 @11am Diamond Hill HS

Game 2 - Sunday 8/28 @2pm Diamond Hill HS

Game 3 - Sunday 8/28 @5pm Diamond Hill HS (if necessary) 

Thursday, September 15

For the second season in a row, the Bulls have reached the championship series in the FWABL. The team has streaked into the finals with a 3-game win streak defeating the Nationals in a 3-game series and sweeping the Rangers in two. Several players have stepped in the playoffs to ensure another successful run at the championship.

In the Nationals series, Chris Stabeno saved Game 1 by shutting down the Nats offense through 5 complete innings and adding 2 triples as well as 4 RBI. Errors and player ejections torpedoed a quality effort by Robert Mendez in Game 2 which the Bulls dropped 8-7 vs. the Nats but Allen Ward took the mound and pitched a 7-inning complete game to push the Bulls in the semi-finals. Ward allowed 4 runs to a very potent Nats offense but the Bulls made sure he had enough run support in the 12-4 win. Hiram Benitez sparked the offense going 3-3 with 2 doubles and 4 RBI in the game.

Versus the Rangers in Game 1, Stab continued his mastery on the mound pitching another complete game allowing only 4 hits and no earned runs while striking out 8 along the way. Offense was the name of the game again as Jason Dority was 3-4 with a single, double, triple and adding 3 RBI while Stabeno helped his own cause with a 2-3 effort adding his third triple in 3 games with 2 more RBI in the 16-3 win. Robert Mendez took the mound in Game 2 in a completely different game as pitching held both teams in check through most of the contest. Mendez only walked one batter in 7 complete innings allowing 3 earned runs but the Bulls had problems scoring runs against the Rangers. The Benitez brothers proved to be the difference makers in the game as Hiram narrowly missed a homer on a long double that scored 2 RBI for the early lead. The Rangers stayed close and actually took the lead in the 6th going up 4-2 before the Bulls finally took advantage of bases-loaded walks and a timely sac fly by Miguel Benitez which proved to be the winning run in the 5-4 win.

The Bulls will face the Brewers this weekend at Western Hills HS for the Championship this Saturday at 2pm and 5pm with a 3rd game on Sunday if necessary. 

Tuesday, August 14
For the 3rd straight season, the Burleson Bulls find themselves playing for the league championship. Finishing the season with a record of 17-3, the team is in the midst of a 7-game win streak as they try to win their second straight championship. The Bulls will face the DFW Giants next weekend.

Wednesday, July 25
POTG - Allan Ward / Brad Bryant

The Bulls rebounded from a tough loss against the Giants that dropped the team into 2nd place for the first time in many weeks. In Game 1, Allan Ward took the mound in the second inning relieving Roy Hampton who battled giving up 3-runs in a tough first inning. Despite giving up (2) homers to the hard-hitting Nationals along the way, Ward pitched 6 complete innings striking out six batters and only walking two. The Nationals proved to be a tough opponent as they took the lead in the top of the 7th on a 2-run blast. Luckily, the Bulls offense was clicking the entire game. Miguel Benitez hit a timely triple to tie the game and Allan Ward helped his own cause batting in the winning run to end the game as the Bulls won 9-8 in another come from behind win. Much of the offense came from the bats of Carl Shuler and Brett Barkley. Shuler was 4-4 with (3) singles and a double while Barkley went 2-3 with (3) runs scored in the game.

In Game 2, Chris Stabeno returned from a long lay-off as he pitched (5) complete innings in the second game of the doubleheader. Stab showed a little rust as he kept the Braves off-balance giving up 3 runs thoughout, however, the Bulls offense gave him plenty of support scoring (6) runs in the 1st inning and adding another (2) runs in the 3rd inning which allowed Stab to settle in and concentrate on his game. Brad Bryant and Miguel Benitez provided much of the offensive support as they combined for five hits, four RBI and four runs scored in the game.


Allan Ward earns POTG honors for his effort on the mound and at the plate to close out the win vs. the Nationals while Brad Bryant gets POTG honors for his efforts at the plate going 3-3 with (3) singles, (3) runs scored, (2) RBI and a walk. 

Tuesday, June 19
POTG - Jason Dority / Brad Bryant

The Bulls made things very interesting during last weekend's doubleheader vs. the Orioles and Cubs at ZBoaz Park. Already short-handed for the day, Robert Mendez managed to keep the team in the game while the Bulls struggled to put runs on the board against the Orioles. Going into the last two innings, the Orioles were able to take the lead 4-2 going into the bottom of the 7th, but thanks to a 2-out 2-run double by Justin Davis and a walk-off single by Brad Bryant, the team escaped with the win.

In Game 2, Allan Ward pitched 7-complete as he tried to keep the Cubs hitters in check throughout the game. The Bulls jumped out to a quick 4-run lead in the top of the first but the Cubs struck back with a lead off triple and 3-run homer to keep things interesting. Errors were rampant throughout the game as the Bulls only had nine players for Game 2. Both teams continued to score runs as the Bulls found their offense in Game 2 but had problems keeping the Cubs off the board. Jason Dority was a homerun short of the cycle as he went (3-3) with a single, double and triple while batting in 2 of the most important runs in the 7th inning. Brad Bryant stepped up and knocked in the deciding run for the second game in a row as the Bulls held off the Cubs for the 10-9 win.


Brad Bryant and Jason Dority share the honors this week for their efforts in both late inning wins for the Bulls:

BRAD BRYANT (both games) - (5-8), (2)1B, 2B, (2)SAC, (3)RBI, BB, RS, (2) game-winning hits

JASON DORITY - (3-3), 1B, 2B, 3B, (3)RBI, (4)RS, (2)BB 

Monday, April 2
HELLO 4-0!

POTG - Justin Dearing

The Bulls extended their win streak to 4 games in a tough outing vs. Braves at South Hills HS. Justin Dearing took the mound for his first start of the season and stepped up for the short-handed Bulls squad pitching 5 and 2/3 innings when the team need it the most. The Bulls offense took a few innings off before kick starting in the 4th to build a comfortable lead. Dearing scattered four hits through the first 5 innings allowing only (2) runs before giving up a massive homerun which closed the gap to 5-3. Allan Ward closed out the game and earned the save in the process as the offense tacked on another (3) runs to finalize the score at 8-4. Defensive errors continued to hamper the Bulls but the team also took advantage of second chance opportunities from the Braves.


Justin Dearing earns Player of the Game honors for his efforts off the mound to maintain the Bulls unbeaten record.

Justin Dearing - (5 2/3)IP, (4)H, (5)K, (2)ER, (5)BB 


Jerry Cantu - (3-4), (2)1B, 2B, (2)RS

Brad McKinney - (2-3), (2)1B, BB, (2)RS

Allan Ward - (2-2), 1B, 2B, (2)BB, RS, RBI 

Tuesday, March 27

Robert Mendez - POTG

The Bulls continued their winning ways against another playoff contender from last year's championship run facing the Nationals at South Hills HS last weekend. The game was nowhere close to the nail-biters the Nationals forced the team through last season. Robert Mendez took the mound in his first game this season and forced the Nationals into plenty of ground balls while mixing in (5) strikeouts along the way. The Nationals were limited to only one hit and no runs through the first (5) innings before scratching out in the 7th versus newcomer Randy Davis who struck out (4) batters in only two innings. The Bulls offense continued to find comfort in the batter's box pounding out (11) runs on (11) hits. The team took advantage of second chance opportunities provided by the Nats scoring (5) quick runs in the bottom of the 1st. Miguel Benitez sparked the outburst with a (2) run single.


Robert Mendez earns POTG honors this week pitching (5) scoreless innings against one of the hardest hitting teams in the league.

Mendez - (5)IP, (5)K, (3)BB, (0)ER 


Brett Barkley - (2-4), (2)1B, RS

Hiram Benitez - (2-3), (2)1B, (2)RS, BB, RBI

Brad McKinney - (2-4), (2)1B, (2)RBI 

Tuesday, March 20

POTG - Chris Stabeno / Brad Bryant

In just their second game of the season, the Bulls defense made a complete 180 from the last game by improving the defensive effort behind a complete game effort from Chris Stabeno. What looked like the beginnings of a very long day against the hard-hitting Giants, turned into a game of defensive plays and opportunistic hitting by both squads. The Giants scored (2) quick runs off (3) hits in the top of the 1st sending (8) batters to the plate but leaving the bases loaded on a pick-off at 3rd to end the inning. After some tweaking of the gameplan with catcher Allen Ward, Stab began throwing a majority of off-speed pitches to keep the Giants batters off-balance. The strategy paid off as Stab limited the Giants to only (1) hit and (1) walk through the final (6) innings. The Bulls defense also lowered the number off errors from (8) in Game 1 to (3) vs. the Giants. Offensively, Brad Bryant accounted for almost half of the entire Bulls offense going 3-3 with (2) singles, a double and (3) runs batted in.


Brad Bryant and Chris Stabeno share POTG honors for their efforts in the win against the Giants.

Chris Stabeno - (7)IP, CG, (4)H, (4)K, BB, (1)ER and (1-2), 1B, BB 

Brad Bryant - (3-3), (2)1B, 2B, RS, (3)RBI 

Sunday, March 4
POTG - Chris Stabeno

Chris Stabeno took the mound vs. the Rangers for the opening game of the Bulls' 20th season and notched his first win by pitching 3 complete innings with no earned runs and 3 K's along the way. Stab didn't have to wait long for offensive help as the Bulls started out of the gates quickly by sending 10 batters to the plate and scoring 5 runs in the 1st inning including a 2-run double by Stab to help his own cause. The Rangers fought back in the game closing the gap to 6-5 before the Bulls scored another 3 in the 5th to extend the lead. Allan Ward came in to relieve Justin Dearing in the 6th as the Rangers scored two more runs to make things interesting but Ward was able to induce a game ending pop-up to finish off the Rangers 9-7 with the go ahead run at the plate.

Brett Barkley - 3-3, (3)1B, (2)RS, SB
Chris Stabeno - 1-3, 2B, (2)RBI, RS 

Chris Stabeno earns POTG honors this week with his pitching performance and (2)RBI double in the game. 

Wednesday, January 18

To take advantage of the mild winter weather, we will be holding our first workout/tryout on Saturday Jan. 21st at Z-Boaz Park in Fort Worth. This will be a light workout to loosen arms with infield exercises and batting practice. Pitchers and catchers will also have an opportunity to participate. New players interested in joining the squad should make every effort to attend the tryout. Returning players are encouraged to bring their $25 team deposits to hold roster spots. Check the team website for info on field location.


Sat. Jan. 21st 12pm-2pm

- bring $25 team fee to hold roster spot

- place D-Bat orders and new jerseys (if needed)

- light throwing, infield, batting practice 

Monday, December 12

Fresh off a 2011 FWABL Championship, the Burleson Bulls begin preparations for their 20th season in 2012. Organized workouts will begin early February with the season opener the first weekend in March. Players interested in trying out for the team should sign the team's Guestbook below and provide an email address, contact number, age, experience and positions you play. A team rep will contact you with additional information.

Merry Christams and Happy New Year to everyone! 

Sunday, December 25
Lyla Katherine Dority 12/23/11
Bulls infielder Jason Dority and his wife Rebecca welcomed their second daughter on December 23rd. Lyla Katherine weighed in at 6lbs. 7oz. and 19" in long. Both baby and momma are doing well and enjoying a very Merry Christmas. Congratulations to the Dority Family!

Monday, March 4

Bulls 3rd baseman, Roy Hampton, passed away suddenly last weekend at his Burleson home. The Burleson Bulls ask that you keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Information on the viewing and funeral services is listed below.



Mountain Valley Funeral Home

3407 SW Wilshire Blvd.

Joshua, TX 



St. Ann Catholic Church

100 SW Alsbury

Burleson, TX 

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