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    1904 Season Thread

    Here are update rosters and remaining free agents
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    Sorry Mark - Posted to the wrong forum.
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    Express Roster, Lineups, Pitching and MP

    Jamestown Express Roster

    Nick Altrock, P 14.5M 1902 FA Five years 02-06 (via trade)
    John Brackenridge,p - 250K 1904FA one year 1904
    Bill Byers, 2b 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    Howie Camnitz, P 2M 1904 Rookie 04-10
    Boileryard Clarke, c 500K 1904 FA 1 Year 1904
    Andy Coakley, P 2.5M 1902 Rookie 1902-1908
    Joe Corbett, p 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    Ernie Courtney*, Utl 500K 1902 Rookie 1902-1908
    Monte Cross, ss - 8.25M 1904 FA 2 Years 1904-1905
    Red Donahue,p - 5M 1904 FA One year 1904
    She Donahue, inf - 250K 1904 Fa One year 1904
    Danny Green*, OF 6M Draft Four years 1901-1904
    Bob Hall, Inf 250K 1904 Rookie 1904-1910
    Frank Huelsman, of - 8.25M 1904 FA 2 Years 1904-1905
    Tom Hughes, P 2M Draft Five years 1901-1905
    Frank Isbell, inf - 11.25M 1904 FA 2 Years 1904-1905
    Fred Jacklitsch, Util 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    Malachi Kittridge, c 250K 1903 FA Three years 03-05
    Barry McCormick, 2b 500K 1904 FA 1 Year 1904
    Ed McNichol, p 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    John McPherson, p 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    Charley O'Leary, ss 500K 1904 Rookie 1904-1910
    Roy Patterson, P 4M Draft Five years 1901-1905
    Ambrose Puttmann, P 500K 1903 Rookie 03-09
    Fred Raymer, 2b 250K 1904 FA Two years 1904-1905
    Jimmy Sheckard*, OF 10M Draft Five years 1901-1905 RFA eligible
    Jake Stahl, 1B 2M 1903 Rookie 03-09
    Bob Unglaub Inf 750K 1904 Rookie 04-10
    Tom Walker, P 1M 1902 Rookie 1902-1908
    Jake Weimer*, P 2500 1903 Rookie 02-09
    Otto Williams, ss 250K 1903 FA Two years 03-04
    Harry Wolverton*, 3B 2M Draft Four years 1901-1904
    Sam Woodruff c 250K 1904 FA One year 1904
    Dave Zearfoss,c - 250K 1904 FA One year 1904



    TOTAL SALARY: 87.75M FOR 34 PLAYERS


    LINEUPS, PITCHING ASSIGNMENTS AND MANAGER PROFILE

    Lineup vs RHP
    Danny Green, rf (F. Huelsman)
    Jimmy Sheckard, lf (F. Huelsman)
    Jake Stahl, cf (F. Huelsman)
    Harry Wolverton, 3b (Sam Woodruff)
    Frank Huelsman, dh (F. Raymer)
    Frank Isbell, 1b (B. Clarke)
    Barry McCormick, 2b (Fred Raymer)
    Malachi Kittridge, c (B. Clarke 35%)
    Charley O'Leary, ss (S. Woodruff)
    PH vs LHP: Raymer; Clarke; O. Williams
    PH vs RHP: Raymer; Clarke; Williams

    Lineup vs LHP
    Danny Green, rf (Williams)
    Jimmy Sheckard, lf (Huelsman)
    Jake Stahl, cf (Huelsman)
    Frank Huelsman, dh (McCormick)
    Otto Williams, 3b (Woodruff)
    Barry McCormick, 2b (Raymer)
    Malachi Kittridge, c (Clarke 35%)
    Charley O'Leary, ss (Woodruff)
    Frank Isbell, 1b (Clarke)

    PH vs LHP: McCormick; Raymer; Clarke
    PH vs RHP: Wolverton; McCormick; Raymer

    Pitching Assignments
    Rotation: Four man, Strict
    SP1: Jake Weimer
    SP2: Tom Walker
    SP3: Red Donahue
    SP4: Roy Patterson

    Spot Starter: Nick Altrock; Andy Coakley (33% in position #4)
    Mopup: Joe Corbett; Howie Camnitz
    Long Relief: Ambrose Puttmann; Nick Altrock; Tom Hughes; John McPherson
    Setup: None
    Closer: None

    Manager Tendencies:

    Offense
    Bunting for hit: Normal
    Sacrifice bunting: Normal
    Squeeze bunting: Normal
    Hit and run: Normal
    Stealing: Normal
    Running: Normal
    Taking pitches: Normal

    Pitching
    Pitching around: Normal
    Intentional walk: Normal
    Pickoff throws: Normal
    Pitching out: Normal
    Using relievers: Less
    Using closer: Less

    Pinch Hitting
    For pitchers: Normal
    For non-pitchers: Normal
    For platoon partners: Normal
    In blowouts: Normal

    Defense
    Holding runners: Normal
    Infield in: Normal
    Guard lines: Normal
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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    In reviewing my team this year, it would appear that the Express have absolutely no legitimate chance to contend this season (four starting positions with OPS+ of 70 or lower) . Thus, we have decided to make Roy Patterson available for trade. Patterson is under contract at 4M through 1905, although since he was a formation draft pick I believe he could be dropped without any penalty to your cap next season. In 1904 he provides 165 IP with a 108 ERA+ and 1.04 WHIP; in 1905 he has 89 IP/136 ERA+/ 1.00 WHIP. I would also include John McPherson or Ed McNichol; neither of them is outstanding but they do provide around 120+ IP for 250K. I would be looking for a second round pick in a future draft for the two of them. If interested PM me.
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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    SP: Rube Waddell, 15.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 5 years, exp 1905 (RFA)
    SP: Joe McGinnity, 10.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 4 years, exp 1904
    3B: Tommy Leach, 10.00M Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    SP: Tully Sparks, 7.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 6 years, exp 1906
    UT: Jack Dunn, 6.50M Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    2B: Danny Shay, 6.00M Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    SP: Kid Nichols, 5.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 4 years, exp 1904
    SP: Bob Wicker, 4.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 5 years, exp 1905
    CF: Jimmy Slagle, 4.00M Contract, 1901 draft/trade, exp 1904
    1B: Jiggs Donahue, 3.50M Contract, 1904 FA, 4 years, exp 1904
    SP: Addie Joss, 3.00M Contract, 1902 draft, 7 years, exp 1908
    SP: Mordecai Brown, 3.00M Contract, 1903 draft, 7 years, exp 1909
    SP: Frank Smith, 2.50M Contract, 1904 draft, 7 years, exp 1910
    C: Bob Wood, 2.25M Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    RF: Ducky Holmes, 2.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 4 years, exp 1904
    C: Heinie Peitz, 2.00M Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    SP: Rube Vickers, 1.50M Contract, 1902 draft, 7 years, exp 1908
    SP: Jack Pfiester, 1.50M Contract, 1903 draft, 7 years, exp 1909
    UT: Mike Kahoe, 1.25M Contract, 1903 FA/trade, 2 years, exp 1904
    1B: John Ganzel, 1.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 4 years, exp 1904
    SS: Dave Brain, 1.00M Contract, 1901 draft, 4 years, exp 1904
    SP: Doc Reisling, 1.00M Contract, 1904 draft, 7 years, exp 1910
    SP: Kaiser Wilhelm, 0.75K Contract, 1903 draft, 7 years, exp 1909
    OF: Jimmy Sebring, 0.75K Contract, 1902 draft/trade, 4 years, exp 1905
    SP: Jim McGinley, 0.50K Contract, 1904 draft, 7 years, exp 1910
    C: Gabby Street, 0.50K Contract, 1904 draft, 7 years, exp 1910
    OF: Harry Arndt, 0.25K Contract, 1902 draft, 7 years, exp 1908
    2B: Jack Doyle, 0.25K Contract, 1904 FA/trade, 1 year, exp 1904
    C: Charlie Swindells, 0.25K Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904
    C: Butch Rementer, 0.25K Contract, 1904 FA, 1 year, exp 1904

    30 Players = $95.00M

    VS LHP

    1. (2B) Danny Shay (Doyle 40%)
    2. (3B) Tommy Leach (Brain)
    3. (1B) John Ganzel (Donahue 10%)
    4. (SS) Dave Brain (Shay 10%)
    5. (LF) Jack Dunn
    6. (C) Heinie Peitz (Wood 40%)
    7. (DH) Mike Kahoe (Donahue)
    8. (CF) Jimmy Slagle (Sebring)
    9. (RF) Jimmy Sebring (Kahoe)

    VS RHP

    1. (CF) Jimmy Slagle (Sebring)
    2. (LF) Ducky Holmes (Kahoe 30%)
    3. (RF) Jimmy Sebring (Kahoe)
    4. (DH) Jiggs Donahue (Kahoe)
    5. (SS) Dave Brain (Shay)
    6. (1B) John Ganzel (Donahue)
    7. (3B) Tommy Leach (Brain)
    8. (2B) Danny Shay (Doyle 40%)
    9. (C) Heinie Peitz (Wood 40%)


    Pitching Assignments
    Rotation - 5 Man, strict

    SP1: Joe McGinnity
    SP2: Addie Joss
    SP3: Rube Waddell
    SP4: Kid Nichols
    SP5: Mordecai Brown

    Closer: Jim McGinley
    Setup: Doc Reisling
    Long Relief: Frank Smith
    Mopup: Frank Smith

    Strategy
    Bunt For Hit: Normal
    Sacrifice Bunt: More
    Squeeze Bunt: Normal
    Hit and Run: Most
    Stealing: More
    Running: More
    Taking Pitches: Normal
    PH For non Pitchers: Normal
    PH For Platoon Partner: Normal
    PH In Blowouts: Normal
    Pitching Around: More
    Intentional Walk: More
    Pickoffs: Normal
    Pitching Out: More
    Using Relievers: Less
    Using Closers: Normal
    Holding Runners: Normal
    Infield In: Normal
    Guard Lines: Normal
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    "A ballplayer has to just go out and be mean. You can't play half-heartedly. If you do, there's someone right over your shoulder that'll take your job away. If you don't do your job, what they're paying you for, why should they pay you? You just can't put in eight hours, that's what a lot of people don't realize about athletes. Very few people realize the pressure." Dave Kingman

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    Has anyone run any preseason sims yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Bedard View Post
    Has anyone run any preseason sims yet?
    I ran one, but of course with computer generated lineups (other than the Express) it wasn't very indicative of what might happen. However, when the Express had the second worst record even using my own lineups, I knew this would be a long season in Jamestown.
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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    When does the season start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRon View Post
    When does the season start?
    Season starts tomorrow - so everyone get me their lineups asap!!
    Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

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    Updated rosters - please check this out to ensure i got your team right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmadachik View Post
    Season starts tomorrow - so everyone get me their lineups asap!!
    Yikes!!!!!

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    1904 Richmond Rams

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    POSITION	SIGNED	EXPIRES	SALARY
    			$99,250,000
    CATCHER			
    Roger Bresnahan	1901	1908	$15,000,000
    Jack O'Neill	1902	1908	$250,000
    Monte Beville	1903	1909	$250,000
    Pete Noonan	1904	1910	250000
    FIRST BASE			
    Buck Freeman	1901	1904	$7,000,000
    Jake Beckley	1901	1904	$6,000,000
    Tim Jordan	1903	1907	$9,750,000
    SECOND BASE			
    Danny Murphy	1901	1905	$3,000,000
    THIRD BASE			
    Jim Delahanty	1901	1904	$1,000,000
    			
    SHORTSTOP			
    Simon Nicholls	1903	1909	$500,000
    Heinie Wagner	1902	1908	$500,000
    Freddy Parent	1901	1906	$8,000,000
    LEFT FIELD			
    Topsy Hartsel	1901	1908	$10,000,000
    George Stone	1903	1909	$3,000,000
    CENTER FIELD			
    Chick Stahl	1901	1905	$5,000,000
    RIGHT FIELD			
    Jesse Burkett	1901	1905	$8,000,000
    STARTERS			
    Al Orth	1901	1906	$6,000,000
    Frank Owen	1901	1905	$4,000,000
    Jack Harper	1901	1904	$2,000,000
    Weldon Henley	1903	1909	$1,500,000
    RELIEVERS			
    Fred Glade	1902	1908	$2,000,000
    Ed Walsh	1904	1910	$3,000,000
    Johnny Lush	1904	1910	$1,500,000
    Del Mason	1904	1910	$250,000
    ROSTER FILLER			
    John Butler	1904	1904	$250000
    Joe Stewart	1904	1904	250000
    Tom Dougherty	1904	1904	250000
    Harry Ostdiek	1904	1904	250000
    Gene McAuliffe	1904	1904	250000
    Jesse Purnell	1904	1904	250000
    Lineup (v. both)

    SS Parent (Bresnahan)
    2B Murphy (Bresnahan)
    CF Stahl (Bresnahan 10%)
    1B Beckley (Lush 10%, Bresnahan)
    DH Freeman (Lush 15%)
    RF Burkett (Bresnahan 10%)
    3B Delahanty (Bresnahan)
    C Beville (O'Neill 35%, Noonan 25%)
    LF Hartsel (Bresnahan 25%)

    PH v. both: Bresnahan, Lush

    Rotation

    SP1 Owen
    SP2 Harper
    SP3 Glade
    SP4 Henley

    SS: Orth
    LR: Orth
    MU: Orth
    SU: Walsh
    CL: Walsh

    Managerial Profile

    bunt for hit: least
    sac bunt: less
    squeeze: standard
    steal: standard
    take extra bases: standard
    take pitches: standard

    pinch hitting
    for pitchers: standard
    for non-pitchers: least (for Beville, O'Neill, Noonan: more)
    for platoon partners: standard
    in blowouts: standard

    pitch around: standard
    IBB: more
    use relievers: less
    use closers: more

    hold runners: more
    IF in: more
    guard lines: standard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmadachik View Post
    Updated rosters - please check this out to ensure i got your team right!
    We are missing Hooks Wiltse

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    The Sharks are missing Harry Kane, signed through 1905 at $250k
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    LIGHTHOUSE POINT BUMS

    1904 ROSTER

    Eddie Plank P 8 years $15.0 last 08
    Bobby Wallace SS 6 years $10.0 last 06
    Jim Powell P 6 years $7.0 last 06
    Sam Mertes- OF/2B 5 years $6.0 last 05
    Jimmy Barrett CF 4 years $6.0 last 04
    Jimmy Callahan P/3B 5 years $4.0 last 05
    Bill Coughlin 3B 5 years $4.0 last 05
    Hobe Ferris 2B 4 years $3.0 last 04
    Ollie Pickering CF 4 years $2.0 last 04
    Ed McFarland C 4 years $2.0 last 04
    Lou Criger C 4 years $1.0 last 04
    Johnny Evers 2B 7 years $2.0 last 08
    Barney Pelty P 7 years $2.5 last 09
    Norwood Gibson P 7 years $1.0 last 09
    Ed Poole P 2 years $8.0 per year last 04
    George Stovall 1B $2.5 per year
    Mike Lynch P $1.0 per year
    Claude ELliott P $0.5 per year
    Doc Marshall C $0.25 per year
    Pat Moran C 5 years $0.5 per year last 08
    Davey Dunkle P 1 year $0.25 per year
    Hugh Hill OF 1 year $0.25 per year
    Harry McChesney OF 1 year $1.00 per year
    Willie Sudhoff P 2 years $4.25 per year last 05
    Pop Dillon 1B 1 year $7.25 per year last 04
    Harry Cassady OF 1 year $0.25
    Ernie Diehl U 1 year $0.25
    Lefty Herring 1B 1 year $0.25
    Simmie Murch 1 year $0.25
    Bull Smith OF 1 year $0.25

    30 players $92.50 million

    Lineup vs RHP
    1. Jimmy Barrett CF
    2. Bobby Wallace SS
    3. Jimmy Callahan DH
    4. Sam Mertes LF
    5. Pop Dillon 1B
    6. Bill Coughlin 3B
    7. Johnny Evers 2B
    8. Ollie Pickering RF
    9. Pat Moran C

    Lineup vs LHP
    1. Jimmy Barrett CF
    2. Bobby Wallace SS
    3. Jimmy Callahan DH
    4. Sam Mertes LF
    5. Ed McFarland C
    6. Pop Dillon 1B
    7. Bill Coughlin 3B
    8. Johnny Evers 2B
    9. Ollie Pickering RF

    PH1 Hobe Ferris
    PH2 George Stovall
    PH3 Lou Criger

    Rotation 4 man rotation, strict
    SP1 Eddie Plank
    SP2 Jack Powell
    SP3 Barney Pelty
    SP4 Norwood Gibson

    Long Relief Mike Lynch
    Middle Relied Willie Sudhoff
    Setup Ed Poole
    Closer Claude Elliott
    Mopup Davey Dunkle

    ALL SETTINGS NORMAL OR STANDARD

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    Only people missing from my roster are inactive in 1904: Simon Nicholls, Heinie Wagner, George Stone, Tim Jordan.

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    Express roster looks fine. Only player not shown is Courtney, who did not play in 1904. You should have received my MP a couple of days ago.
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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    Play Ball!!!

    It's 1904, and what would our first sim be without a seroius injury to a Jamestown player. In the 2nd game of the season, Tom Walker is hurt during a brawl and is out for 28 days.

    The Cleveland Spiders started off smoking hot with an 8-2 sim, followed by New Orleans and Kalamazoo at 6-4. In the AL, Richmond and Tennessee led the way at 7-3 and 6-4 respectively. It looks to be a long season for Laquey as they stumbled to an 0-10 start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmadachik View Post
    Play Ball!!!

    It's 1904, and what would our first sim be without a seroius injury to a Jamestown player. In the 2nd game of the season, Tom Walker is hurt during a brawl and is out for 28 days.

    The Cleveland Spiders started off smoking hot with an 8-2 sim, followed by New Orleans and Kalamazoo at 6-4. In the AL, Richmond and Tennessee led the way at 7-3 and 6-4 respectively. It looks to be a long season for Laquey as they stumbled to an 0-10 start.
    I thought it was the Dragons always suffering from injuries...?

    Also, I'll be mildly surprised if the Sharks don't set a new record for losses this season - especially if I can work out a deal with BigRon for Fielder Jones, or if any other team decides they want a player who's as good as the best FA was, but cheaper.

    And I expect to be doing about that bad for a couple more seasons after that.
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    The Tigers are off to a poor early start to the 1904 season and the sims I've run show us as a middle of the pack team this year. Although we might have one of the best pitching staffs in the league, we can't hit our way out of a wet paper bag. Sometimes I think we're the only team in the league playing small ball in the dead ball era. Based on this, we are already thinking we either need to make some changes to get better this year or decide to cut some players and begin looking at our future.

    With that in mind, the Tigers are shopping Deacon Phillippe. Phillippe is signed through 1907 at $10M and performs well in all of the remaining years on his contract (his average WHIP over the remainder of his contract is 1.097). Phillippe was originally drafted to be our ace but has been replaced by Cy Young. At this time I would like a big time bat to improve our offense so a team that is loaded with hitters but lacking in pitching would be a perfect fit.

    I'll listen to offers on other players but will be most interested in trading high cost players that create salary cap space in the future.
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    For some reason, in this league, even when my team does well, I get mad at them for not doing as well as I want them to. Instead of looking at my 7-3 record and how three of my starters were great, I'm mad about Fred Glade's 4.something ERA and how four of my starting batters had ~.400 OPSes. Pessimism, I guess?

    seriously though it is great to finally have a not-embarrassing pitching staff. only took four years!

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    In the Kumquat lineup, please swap catching duties for Carisch and Dooin vis-s-vis LH vs RH. In other words, please put Carisch in lineup vs LHP and Dooin vs. RHP. Thanks.
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