The '07 Fall Season saw the Bulls predicted as the favorite to win the Rec. League Championship. While the team was talented, the season was an up and down one. An opening day forefit marred the season for the Bulls. After the initial loss, the Bulls then ran off 3 straight wins over the Titan Stairs, Aces & Mad Dawgs. Unfortunately, ace pitcher, Zac Bouch, broke his arm against the Aces, leaving the Bulls in a bad way. Without any specific pitcher who could go more then four innings, the Bulls went out and picked up Jeremy Smith and Brian Frei to compliment the arms of Conrad Leger and Austin Bhushan. During the same time, though, Pat Dougherty and Jason Landman left the team for personal reasons. Possibly the biggest blow to the team was the deployment of SS Jermain Kindred. Jermaine's defensive play against the Assassins allowed the Bulls to stay competitive and almost squeak out a win. After all these setbacks, the Bulls at times had trouble filling out a 9 man roster. Thankfully, the team landed on its feet, and did not end up folding. The season ran its course, and the Bulls pulled out 4 more wins, ending the season with a 26-11 pounding of the Titan Stairs to end with a 7-5 record. Unfortunately, the Bulls were kicked out of the opening round of the playoffs by the Titan Stairs. While it was a bad loss, the team began to mold, and a core group of players stuck around for the spring season.
2007 Fall Player of the Year - Jason Moon