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    1972

    I just received the 1972 season disc for Dynasty League Baseball, and can't decide whether to play the season from the end of the strike or play out the full schedule.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for me?

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    I would play the full schedule out. I usually enjoy the "what if's" more than a straight replay.

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    That;s what I was thinking. I've been cosidering playing the first two weeks as it originally happened using lineups from Retrosheet as a kind of spring training (and get lineups and rotations stabilized) and stating the season from the beginning of April.

    1972 was my first season as a baseball fan.

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    Nice. Are you planning to replay every game, or just for certain teams? Both leagues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwiggins View Post
    Nice. Are you planning to replay every game, or just for certain teams? Both leagues?
    I'm planning on replaying every game in both leagues. might replay just the Indians season on a seperate computer.

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    I've played the first three days of the season (APrl 15, 16 & 17) using the starting lineups from Retrosheet. this looks like a real pitchers season, there have been six shutouts already,

    I'm going to play the complete season that was planned and ignore the strike, but I am seill undecided about what to do for three players:

    Vida Blue-stage his hold-out or have him on the opening day roster?

    Joe Pepitone-stage his one month retirement or ignore it?

    John Hiller-stage his comeback from his heart attack as is, or have him on the opening day roster?

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    I just completed the games of May 17th. Here are the standings:

    A League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Detroit 19 11 0.633 -
    Baltimore 17 15 0.531 3.0
    Cleveland 13 13 0.500 4.0
    Boston 15 15 0.500 4.0
    New York (A) 15 17 0.469 5.0
    Milwaukee 12 18 0.400 7.0

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Oakland 20 11 0.645 -
    Minnesota 21 12 0.636 -
    Kansas City 18 11 0.621 1.0
    Chicago (A) 13 18 0.419 7.0
    Texas 10 20 0.333 9.5
    California 10 22 0.313 10.5


    N League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Chicago (N) 23 12 0.657 -
    Pittsburgh 20 14 0.588 2.5
    St Louis 15 13 0.536 4.5
    Montreal 14 18 0.438 7.5
    Philadelphia 12 22 0.353 10.5
    New York (N) 7 26 0.212 15.0

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Los Angeles 27 8 0.771 -
    Houston 20 17 0.541 8.0
    Cincinnati 18 17 0.514 9.0
    San Francisco 18 18 0.500 9.5
    San Diego 18 18 0.500 9.5
    Atlanta 13 22 0.371 14.0
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    I've just completed the games of May 31st. The season is 1/3rd over.

    A League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Baltimore 26 16 0.619 -
    Detroit 24 19 0.558 2.5
    New York (A) 25 20 0.556 2.5
    Cleveland 16 20 0.444 7.0
    Milwaukee 18 24 0.429 8.0
    Boston 17 25 0.405 9.0

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Minnesota 29 16 0.644 -
    Oakland 29 16 0.644 -
    Kansas City 21 19 0.525 5.5
    Chicago (A) 22 22 0.500 6.5
    Texas 15 29 0.341 13.5
    California 15 31 0.326 14.5


    N League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Chicago (N) 28 19 0.596 -
    St Louis 23 16 0.590 1.0
    Pittsburgh 25 21 0.543 2.5
    Montreal 20 26 0.435 7.5
    Philadelphia 20 26 0.435 7.5
    New York (N) 11 33 0.250 15.5

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Los Angeles 35 13 0.729 -
    Cincinnati 28 20 0.583 7.0
    Houston 27 24 0.529 9.5
    San Diego 22 28 0.440 14.0
    Atlanta 21 27 0.438 14.0
    San Francisco 22 29 0.431 14.5
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    As of 5/31, these are my All Star selections:

    AL

    1B Dick Allen Chi
    2B Rod Carew Min
    SS Danny Thompson Min
    3B Mike Ferraro Mil
    OF Reggie Jackson Oak
    OF Tony Oliva Min
    OF Joe Rudi Oak
    C Ellie Rodriguez Mil
    P Mickey Lolich Det

    NL

    1B Willie Stargell Pit
    2B Joe Morgan Cin
    SS Larry Bowa Phi
    3B Ron Santo Chi
    OF Bob Watson Hou
    OF Billy Williams Chi
    OF Bill Buckner LA
    C Johnny Bench C
    P Burt Hooton Chi
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    NL West

    June will be an interesting month in this division. The Dodgers, who have had a decent offense, above average defense and excellent pitching, have a nine game homestand against the Cardinals, Cubs and Pirates. After this homestand the Dodgers go on a nine game roadtrip against the same three teams. The Reds and the Astros will be hoping that the cream of the NL East can bring the Dodgers back down to Earth.

    The Reds have gone 10-3 in the last wo weeks, but have only gained two games in the standings because LA has gone 8-5. The Reds and the Astros are becoming good rivals this season. They have an excellent offense and an excellent defense. The only advantage that the Reds have is slightly better pitching.
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    The March to 3000

    Roberto Clemente entered thw season needing 118 hits to reach 3000. He spent almost the entire month of April on the DL and got off to a slow start he returned to the lineup.

    Clemente has 21 hits this season, and needs 97 to reach 3000. If he can remain relatively injury free, he should make it easily. He is currently batting .233.

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    June 3, 1972 Game of the week

    The Game of the Week is a contest between two first place clubs: the Oakland A's at Baltimore Orioles. Last night, in the first game of the series, Oakland won 3-2. Oakland brings a good offense while Baltimore features a dead ball like style

    It's a warm drizzly day at Memorial Stadium.

    The starting line-ups:

    Oak

    Campaneris, SS (his first gane back after a 3 game suspension)
    Rudi, LF
    Jackson RF
    Epstein 1B
    Bando 3B
    Tenace C
    Mangual CF
    Green 2B
    Blue P

    Baylor LF
    Grich 2B
    Rettenmund CF
    Powell 1B
    Blair CF
    Robinson 3B
    Etchebarren C
    Belanger SS
    Dobson P

    The game develops into a fast moving pitchers duel. In the bottom of the 3rd, Etchebarren singles, Mark Belanger hit a long fly to center that Mangual misplays into a three base error which scores Etchebarren, Dobson then singles scoring Belanger which gives Baltimore two unearned runs.

    The rest of the game is scoreless.

    The final line:

    Oak 000 000 000-0 R 3 H 1 E
    Bal 002 000 000-2 R 3 H 0 E

    Dobson raises his record to 8-4, Blue drops to 3-6. Light hitting Andy Etchebarren goes 2 for 3.

    Other games today:

    Cal 000 000 003-3 9 0
    Cle 400 012 00x-7 14 0
    W-Colbert (1-2) L-Wright (2-10)

    Tex 000 000 000-0 3 0
    Mil 100 100 00x-2 6 0
    W-Lockwood (2-2) L-Bosman (7-5)

    Min 000 400 000-4 7 0
    Det 000 000 200-2 5 0
    W-Kaat (7-1) L-Coleman (6-6)

    NYY 200 135 000-11 15 0
    Chi 030 200 000-5 10 0
    W-McDaniel (1-0) L-Bradley (5-7)

    Bos 000 100 111-4 9 1
    KC 000 000 100-1 7 0
    W-Curtis (1-0) L-Nelson (5-3)

    Atl 200 500 001-8 11 0
    NY 000 000 011-2 4 0
    W-Schueler (2-0) L-Gentry (1-7)

    Cin 200 000 030-5 15 0
    Phi 101 011 20x-6 10 0
    W-Fryman (5-6) L-Billingham (7-4) S-Hoerner (2)

    Pit 000 200 200-4 12 1
    SF 000 010 002-3 8 0
    W-Miller (3-0) L-McDowell (6-5) S-Hernandez (1)

    Night games:

    Hou 301 000 000-4 6 1
    Mon 002 001 011-5 13 1
    W-Walker (1-1) L -Wilson (6-4)

    StL 000 020 010-3 9 0
    LA 001 010 22x-6 15 0
    W-John (7-2) L-Cleveland (6-5)

    Chi 000 100 200-3 8 1
    SD 210 001 000-4 11 2
    W-Kelley (2-1) L-Jenkins (8-5) S-Ross (2)

    The standings at the end of the day:

    A League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Baltimore 28 17 0.622 -
    New York (A) 27 21 0.563 2.5
    Detroit 25 21 0.543 3.5
    Milwaukee 21 24 0.467 7.0
    Cleveland 18 21 0.462 7.0
    Boston 18 27 0.400 10.0

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Oakland 30 17 0.638 -
    Minnesota 30 18 0.625 0.5
    Kansas City 23 20 0.535 5.0
    Chicago (A) 22 24 0.478 7.5
    California 16 32 0.333 14.5
    Texas 15 31 0.326 14.5


    N League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    St Louis 25 17 0.595 -
    Pittsburgh 27 21 0.563 1.0
    Chicago (N) 28 22 0.560 1.0
    Montreal 22 26 0.458 6.0
    Philadelphia 22 27 0.449 6.5
    New York (N) 12 35 0.255 15.5

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Los Angeles 37 14 0.725 -
    Cincinnati 29 22 0.569 8.0
    Houston 27 27 0.500 11.5
    San Diego 24 28 0.462 13.5
    Atlanta 23 27 0.460 13.5
    San Francisco 22 32 0.407 16.5
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    Other games for June 10:

    Min 100 100 011-4 9 2
    Cle 000 000 000-0 7 1
    W-Woodson (9-5) L-Tidrow (5-4)
    Woodson pitches his 4th shutout of the season, He is very effective as long as he doesn't give up HRs. He has given up 14 HRs so far, which leads AL pitchers (he is tied with BilL Parsons and Ken Brett of the Brewers). Tovar and Thompson each have 2 hits. Twins remain in first in AL west.

    Cal 000 020 000-2 6 0
    Bos 100 000 000-1 4 0
    W-Ryan (4-7) L-Pattin (6-5)
    Ryan strikes out 11 as he edges Pattin in a tense pitchers duel. The Angels have now won 5 in a row.

    Mil 100 000 000-1 4 0
    Chi 000 040 20x-6 10 0
    W-Bahnsen (4-9) L-Brett (1-9)
    Pitching match-up between two of the season's worst starters. Brett gets hurt in 5th and goes on DL. Dick Allen hits his 18th HR of season.

    Cin 110 000 000-2 12 0
    Mon 032 000 000-5 10 0
    W-Renko (6-4) L-Grimsley (2-2)
    In second inning, Bob Bailey, Ken Singleton and John Boccabella hit consecutive HRs

    Hou 200 010 000-3 11 0
    NY 320 000 000-5 12 0
    W-Sadecki (1-2) L-Roberts (4-7) S-McAndrew (1)
    Jon Matlack left the game in the 3rd. He shouldn't miss a start. Light hitting Cleon Jones goes 4-4.

    Chi 001 000 010-2 9 0
    SF 103 000 000 -4 5 2
    W-Willoughby (2-1) L-Hooton (11-3)
    Good pitching match-up between two very good rookies. The difference maker is Dave Kingman's 2 out HR in the 3rd. At this point, Hooton is a front-runner for ROY and CYA.

    Night games:

    Atl 000 002 000-2 7 0
    Phi 000 030 01x-4 10 0
    W-Carlton (9-6) L-Reed (4-6)
    Carlton strikes out 14, and gets 3 hits while getting his 9th win. A good game between two teams that are going nowhere.

    Pit 001 000 000-1 3 0
    LA 100 010 000-2 4 1
    W-Sutton (8-3) L-Briles (9-2)
    40th win of the season for the Dodgers. Great preview of a possible post-season match-up. The Dodgers are on pace to win 114 games this season.

    StL 010 000 200-3 7 0
    SD 000 000 000-0 2 0
    W-Gibson (9-3) L-Greif (4-7)
    Bob Gibson throws a two hitter, which keeps St Louis in first place. Two seperate ejections in the 1st: Lou Brock arguing balls and strikes and Enzo Hernandez arguing after being called out stealing second.

    NY 200 001 000-3 7 0
    KC 000 000 000-0 8 1
    W-Peterson (7-6) L-Drago (7-7)
    After a slow start, Fritz Peterson is pitching well, pitching his 9th CG and his 1st shutout of the season

    Bal 100 000 000-1 2 0
    Tex 000 000 000-0 1 1
    W-Palmer (9-4) L-Gogolewski (4-6)
    Grich's lead-off HR is the difference in this game. Texas's only hit is Frank Howard'd 2nd inning single. Bobby Grich has both Baltimore hits. Baltimore's deadball style of offense is till working for them.

    The standings at the end of the night:

    A League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    Baltimore 32 20 0.615 -
    New York (A) 33 22 0.600 0.5
    Detroit 26 26 0.500 6.0
    Milwaukee 24 27 0.471 7.5
    Cleveland 20 25 0.444 8.5
    Boston 20 31 0.392 11.5

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Minnesota 35 19 0.648 -
    Oakland 34 20 0.630 1.0
    Chicago (A) 26 26 0.500 8.0
    Kansas City 25 25 0.500 8.0
    California 21 33 0.389 14.0
    Texas 15 37 0.288 19.0


    N League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    St Louis 29 19 0.604 -
    Chicago (N) 32 24 0.571 1.0
    Pittsburgh 30 26 0.536 3.0
    Montreal 27 27 0.500 5.0
    Philadelphia 25 30 0.455 7.5
    New York (N) 15 38 0.283 16.5

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Los Angeles 40 17 0.702 -
    Cincinnati 32 25 0.561 8.0
    Houston 29 31 0.483 12.5
    San Diego 28 31 0.475 13.0
    Atlanta 25 31 0.446 14.5
    San Francisco 24 37 0.393 18.0
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    June 15, 1972

    Tonight, Nelson Briles of the Pirates threw a no-hitter against the Giants. Briles walked one, and the Pirates committed an error, resulting in only two Giants baserunners.

    The Pirates won the game 2-0.
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    Jun 17, 1972

    This week the game of the week takes place in Chicago as the Cubs meet the Dodgers. The Dodgrers have spent the month playing the top teams of the NL east (Cardinals, Cubs & Pirates). The three East teams made a trip to LA, and LA is on the road facing the same three teams. In thi sstretch, the Dodgers have gone 8-5. The only difficulty the Dodgers have faced was when the Cubs came to Dodger Stadium form June 6 to 8, and swept the Dodgers. Yesterday the Dodgers arrived at Wrigley Field and beat the Cubs 4-3.

    The Cubs are second place behind the Cards, but the Cards have a tough summer schedule coming up because they have nine rainouts to make up (8 of which are home games).

    The pitching match-up is Claude Osteen (7-3 2.81) vs Fergie Jenkins (9-6 2.83).

    The back-up game is Baltimore at Minnesota.

    The staring line-ups:

    Los Angeles

    Bill Russell SS
    Bill Buckner 1B
    Willie Davis CF
    Frank Robinson RF
    Lee Lacy 2B (called up this week)
    Willie Crawford LF
    Steve Garvey 3B
    Chris Cannizarro C
    Claude Osteen P

    Chicago

    Jose Cardenal RF
    Carmen Fanzone 2B (replacing Genn Beckert who was injured yesyerday)
    Builly Williams LF
    Ron Santo 3B
    Jim Hickman 1B
    Ken Rudolph C
    Rick Monday CF
    Don Kessinger SS
    Fergie Jenkins P

    Game temp is in the mid 90s with a moderate wind blowing in off the lake. The day is very sunny.

    In the top of the first Willie Davis hits a home run into the CF bleachers-LA leads 1-0.
    In the bottom of the first Fanzone singled and then scored on Santo's double in the left field corner. game tied 1-1.

    Top of the second-with 1 out Crawford walked-Crawford advances to second and Garvey takes first on Fanzone's error. With two outs Osteen loads the bases on Garvey's error. Russell grounds out-leaves the bases loaded-game still tied 1-1.
    Bottom of the 2nd-3 up 3 down

    Top of the 3rd-with one out Davis doubles, then Robonson singles him home. LA leads 2-1.
    Bottom of 3rd-Cardenal singles but is LOB.

    Top of the 4th=Cannizarro and Russell single but Jenkins bears down and Ks Buckner to end inning. LA still leads 2-1.
    Bottom of 4th-with one out Hickman walks, but Rudolph GIDP to end inning.

    Top of 5th-3 up 3 down (Davis hits one to the warning track in CF)
    Bottom of 5th-Monday singles and is sacrifced to second, but can't come around to score.

    Top of 6th-Crawford leads off with a single-next up Garvey hits a long fly to LF that looks like it is on its way out, but the wind knocks it down and Williams catches it on the track. Jenkins Ks the next two batters. LA still leads 2-1.
    Bottom of 6th-Fanzone and Williams lead off with back to back singles (runners on 1st and 2nd)-Santo singles (game tied) Cubs still have runners on first and second-Hickman lines to SS for forst out-Rudolph flies to shallow RF-Monday gorunds to 1st ending the inning-Cubs leave 2. Game tied 2-2.

    Top of 7th-none out -Russell reaches first on Santo's second error of the game-Jenkins bears down and induces Buckner to pop out to SS-Davis GIDP to end the inning.
    Bottom of 7th-Kessinger leads off with a single and is sacrficed to second by Jenkins-Cardenal grounds to SS advancing Kessinger to 3rd-Fanzone (who is 2 for 3) grounds out to end inning-game still tied 2-2.

    Top of 8th-3 up 3 down
    Bottom of 8th-Cubs 3 thru 5 go 3 up 3 down

    entering the 9th:

    LA 2 6 0
    Chi 2 8 3

    Top of the 9th
    With one out Canizzarro singles to LF. Wills runs for Cannizzarro. Osteen sacrifices Wills to second-Russell flies out to end inning. Yeager now catching.
    Bottom of 9th-3 up 3 down

    Top of the 10th-with 2 out Robinson walks-Rudolph argues the call and is ejexted-Hundley now catching-Lacy forces Robonson to end inning.
    Bottom of 10th-3 up 3 down

    Top of the 11th-3 up 3 down
    Bottom of the 11-3 up 3 down

    Top of the 12th=Mota bats for Osteen and strikes out-with 2 out Buckner singles-Davis grounds out to end inning;
    Bottom of 12th-Brewer now pitching for LA-with one out Monday doubles-Kessinger IWed-Shamsky bats for Jenkins-Shamsky walsk loading the bases-infield in for Cardenal-Cardenal singles to LF scoring Monday. Cubs win 3-2.

    The finall line:

    LA 101 000 000 000-2 8 0
    Chi 100 001 000 001-3 10 3
    W-Jenkins (10-6) L-Brewer (2-1)

    Another good preview of a possible LCS match-up. The Cubs are the only team to give the Dodgers any trouble this season winning 4 of 5 agasinst LA. LA is 43 and 14 against everyone else.
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    Other games from 6/17

    Cle 000 101 002-4 8 0
    Oak 000 101 001-3 4 0
    W-Perry (8-5) L-Odom (7-2)
    Extremely light hitting Jerry Moses (1 for 32 entering this game) goes 2 for 4 and hits a two run HR in the 9th. Reggie Jackson hit hs 19th HR in the 4th. Gaylord Perry hasn't been getting much run support recently, is able to hold on for the win, even though the A's had the winning run in scoring position in the bottom of the 9th.

    Bal 000 020 000-2 4 0
    Min 000 001 04x-5 8 1
    W-Kaat (9-1) L-Dobson (8-6)
    Good match-up between the two first place teams. Tony Oliva's 2 run HR in the 8th put the game out of reach.

    KC 100 000 211-5 13 1
    Mil 000 000 001-1 4 0
    W-Nelson (7-4) L-Lockwood (3-3)
    Another impressive outing by Roger Nelson. This win places the Royals back at .500. Lahouds HR in 9th spoils Nelson's shutout.

    Tex 000 200 300-5 6 2
    NY 204 060 00x-12 15 1
    W-Kekich (7-8) L-Bosman (7-8)
    Offensive explosion by the Yankees moves NY into first place. Six Yankees have at least two hits.

    Chi 000 200 000-2 9 2
    Bos 020 100 12x-6 9 0
    W-Siebert (4-4) L-Lemonds (2-3)
    The two most underachieving teams in the AL. Dick Allen goes 1 for 2 with 3 walks. Siebert Ks 10 in 7 innings.

    SF 040 000 003-7 9 0
    StL 010 001 300-5 8 1
    W-McMahon (1-0) L-Drabowsky (1-2) S-Johnson (2)
    Two PBs by Fran Healy lead to Cardinals taking the lead in the 7th, but Ed Woodson hits a long double with the bases loaded in the 9th which clears the bases.

    Night games:

    Det 000 000 000-0 7 0
    Cal 000 000 01x-1 9 0
    W-Messersmith (7-5) L-Lolich (10-8)
    Vada Pinson drives in only run of the game. Well pitched game in which in each pitcher pitched out of several jams. The Angels have now won 8 of their last 10 games.

    SD 200 100 000-3 7 0
    Pit 010 001 000-2 7 1
    W-Kirby (10-4) L-Blass (5-9)
    Padres take two in a row from Pirates with identical 3-2 scores. Clay Kirby remains on his CYA pace with 10 Ks and zero walks. He remains the hardest MLB starter to get a hit off of. The slumping Clemente goes hitless. An Expos victory tonight will push the defending World Series champs to fourth place.

    Mon 040 000 000-4 6 2
    Atl 000 101 000-2 4 2
    W-Morton (4-5) L-Schueler (3-2) S-Marshall (3)
    Pennant fever in Montreal!! Expos move into third place, 3 1/2 games outs. Expos score 3 unearned runs in second, and Braves can't make up the difference. The Braves had the tying run in scoring position but Mike Marshall hangs on for the save. Last night the Expos swept a double-header from the Braves.

    NY 000 300 000-3 5 2
    Cin 100 030 20x-6 9 0
    W-Gullett (4-4) L-Koosman (2-8)
    Gullett returns to rotation and pitches well, with Dyer's 3 run HR the only rough spot. Koosman gives up 4 unearned runs. Danny Frisella allows 2 inherited runners to score in 7th, which are the only earned runs charged to Koosman.

    Phi 302 001 000-6 9 0
    Hou 000 020 000-2 7 0
    W-Champion (5-7) L-Forsch (1-6)
    Bob Watson goes 0 for 4, and his BA drops from .401 to .394. After a promising start the Astros playing terribly.

    Standings at the end of the day:

    A League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    New York (A) 37 24 0.607 -
    Baltimore 35 23 0.603 0.5
    Milwaukee 29 29 0.500 6.5
    Detroit 28 30 0.483 7.5
    Cleveland 23 27 0.460 8.5
    Boston 22 35 0.386 13.0

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Minnesota 38 22 0.633 -
    Oakland 37 23 0.617 1.0
    Chicago (A) 30 29 0.508 7.5
    Kansas City 28 28 0.500 8.0
    California 25 34 0.424 12.5
    Texas 15 43 0.259 22.0


    N League

    East Div W L Pct GB
    St Louis 32 22 0.593 -
    Chicago (N) 35 27 0.565 1.0
    Montreal 32 29 0.525 3.5
    Pittsburgh 32 30 0.516 4.0
    Philadelphia 26 35 0.426 9.5
    New York (N) 18 41 0.305 16.5

    West Div W L Pct GB
    Los Angeles 44 19 0.698 -
    Cincinnati 37 26 0.587 7.0
    San Diego 31 34 0.477 14.0
    Houston 31 35 0.470 14.5
    Atlanta 28 35 0.444 16.0
    San Francisco 27 40 0.403 19.0
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    The season has come to a premature end. The computer that I was running it on crashed and is not worth getting fixed. I will probably play the post-season on my main computer at a future date. I think I will also play out the Indians 1972 season.

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    I just received the 1972 season disc for Dynasty League Baseball, and can't decide whether to play the season from the end of the strike or play out the full schedule.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for me?
    I'd like to see you trade Steve Carlton to the Reds and see what his record is
    Mythical SF Chronicle scouting report: "That Jeff runs like a deer. Unfortunately, he also hits AND throws like one." I am Venus DeMilo - NO ARM! I can play like a big leaguer, I can field like Luzinski, run like Lombardi. The secret to managing is keeping the ones who hate you away from the undecided ones. I am a triumph of quantity over quality. I'm almost useful, every village needs an idiot.
    Good traders: MadHatter(2), BoofBonser26, StormSurge

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