LIFETIME RECORD: 31-37
|RETIRED IN 2000
YEAR 4- 2000
Money Inc. had a lesson in futility as they struggled
through a horrible season, finishing with the worst overall record.
Suffering several losing steaks including a six game one before the season
was halfway through caused them to plummet for the rest of the year,
earning them the first overall pick in 2001.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 3-14
YEAR 3- 1999
1999 was the year that Money Inc. finally won some
money. Money Inc. rolled to a 12-5 record, best in the American
Conference, even though their team was hurt by injuries during the
course of the season. Unfortunately for Money Inc., they were not
built for the Playoffs and thus ended up finishing in fifth place
overall, and earning the seventh pick in the next draft.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 12-5
YEAR 2- 1998
Money Inc. finished with the worst overall record in the
American Conference. They had several losing steaks with one
winning streak early on in the season, which provided false hope.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 6-11
YEAR 1- 1997
Money Inc., coached by Anthony Torsiello, finished the
midpoint of the 1977 season, tied for third place with a 5-4 record.
They fought through the second half of the year until the final game in
Week #17 against the Semolina Pilchards which determined their ranking
in the playoffs. After losing to the Pilchards, Money Inc. entered
the postseason seeded in the fourth position with a 10-7 record, and
finished the playoffs in fourth place.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 10-7