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  • All Time Draft Round Two DRAFT PAGE.

    This thread is for DRAFTING ONLY. Please have discussion in the "anyone interested in a rematch" thread. The last thread has lots of questions and debates about whether we will have one league or two, the people have spoken and it's one league of 14 people. We are selecting players based on their five year peaks, however due to the shortage of relievers we will be selecting relievers based on their best three year peaks. You can select any five year peak from a player that you wish to, same goes for relievers except a three year peak. Injuries during the said peak will be taken into account by the voter. For example if you have Nomar Garciaparra from 1997-2001, I will instruct voters to take into account that there is a 20% chance that Nomar will be injured. Years missed due to war service will be ignored, see the way we did Ted Williams. There will be three championships. A player's choice. where the other GMs will chose who they think is the best. A "Historical Champ" where members in the History forum will vote on who they think is the best team, and the "Value Champs" where the stats 1e 23.

    I'll fix the numbering later

    1. Wade Babe Ruth LF/RF
    2. TSS Barry Bonds LF/RF
    3. Westlake Rogers Hornsby 2B
    4. Wee Willie Honus Wagner SS
    5. DMF Walter Johnson SP
    6. AF Ted Williams LF/RF
    7. Erik Bedard Greg Maddux SP
    8. PhilKid Willie Mays CF
    9. ElHalo Pedro SP
    10. Brett Cobb CF
    11. Minstrel Mickey Mantle CF
    12. Sam The Braves Fan Lou Gehrig 1B
    13. ChrisLDuncan Tris Speaker CF
    14. Leecemark Mike Schmidt 3B


    15. Leecemark Alex Rodriguez SS
    16. Chris Grover Alexander SP
    17. SBTF Hank Aaron CF, LF/RF
    18. Minstrel Eddie Matthews 3B
    19. EB DiMaggio CF
    20. EH Randy Johnson SP
    21. PhilKid Lefty Grove SP
    22. Brett Eddie Collins 2B
    23. Astros Fan Joe Morgan - 1972-1976
    24. DMF Nap Lajoie
    25. Wee Willie Stan Musial 1948-1952
    26. Westlake Christy Mathewson
    27. TSS Mordecai Brown -1906-1910
    28. Wade Sandy Koufax -1962-1966

    Round Three

    29. Wade Arky Vaughn - 1933-1937
    30. TSS Wade Boggs - 1985-1989
    31. Westlake Tom Seaver 1969-1973
    32. Wee Willie Roger Clemens - 1986-1990
    33. DMF Cy Young - TBD
    34. AF Yogi Berra
    35. Erik Bedard (From Brett) Mike Piazza 1993-1997
    36. PhilKid3 Jackie Robinson 1948-1952
    37. El Halo Ed Walsh 1907-1911
    38. Brett (From Erik Bedard) Hal Newhouser 1944-1948?
    39. Minstrel Cal Ripken Jr 1983-1987
    40. Sam The Braves Fan Johan Santana 2003-2007
    41. Chris Bob Feller 1939-1947
    42. Leecemark Bob Gibson 1968-1972

    Round 4
    43. Leecemark Johnny Bench 1969-1973
    44. Chris Jimmie Foxx 1932-1936
    45. Sam The Braves Fan Chipper Jones 1998-2002
    46. Minstrel Addie Joss
    47. Brett Kevin Brown 1996-2000
    48. El Halo Rod Carew 1973-1977
    49. PhilKid3 Ron Santo 1963-1967
    50. Erik Bedard Carl Hubbell 1932-1936
    51. AF Dazzy Vance
    52. Brett (from DMF) Ernie Banks 1957-1961
    53. Wee Willie Charlie Gehringer 1933-1937
    54. WestLake Kid Nichols 1895-1899
    55. TSS Frank Thomas 1993-1997
    56. Wade Mark McGwire

    57. Wade Shoeless Joe Jackson
    58. TSS Mell Ott 1934-1938
    59. WestLake Dick Allen 1964-1968
    60. Wee Willie Albert Pujols
    61. DMF George Brett
    62. AF Rube Waddell
    63. DMF [I] Ken Griffey JR[/I]
    64. PhilKid Dan Brouthers
    65. El Halo Juan Marichal
    66. Erik Bedard Jeff Bagwell
    67. Minstrel Curt Schilling
    68. Sam The Braves Fan Billy Hamilton
    69. Chris Warren Spahn
    70. Leecemark Duke Snider

    Round 6

    71. Leecemark Willie McCovey
    72. Chris Robin Roberts
    73. Sam The Braves Fan Bert Blyleven
    74. Minstrel John Clarkson
    75. Brett Tim Raines
    76. El Halo Frank Baker
    77. PhilKid AMos Ruise
    78. EB Rickey Henderson
    79. AF Will Clark 1988-1992
    80. DMF Harry Hielmann
    81. Wee Willie Whitey Ford
    82. Westlake Frank Robinson
    83. TSS Hank Greenberg
    84. DMF (From Wade) Manny Ramirez

    Round 7

    85. Wade Steve Carlton
    87.TSS Hugie Jennings
    88. Westlake George Sisler
    88. Wee Willie Ed Delahanty 1893-97
    89. DMF Joe Cronin
    90. AF Al Rosen
    91. EB Carl Yastrzemski 1966-1970
    92. PhilKid Louis Boudreau
    93. ElHalo Johnny Mize
    94. DMF from Brett Dennis Eckersly
    95. Minstrel Ralph Kiner 1947-1951
    96. STBF Hoyt Wilhelm
    97. Chris Edgar Martinez
    98. Leecemark Dizzy Dean

    99. Leecemark Craig Biggio
    100. Chris Jason Giambi
    101. SBTF Robin Yount
    102. Minstrel Roberto Alomar 1992-1996
    103. Brett Jim Edmonds
    104. El Halo Mariano Rivera The Hammer of God 2002-2005
    105. PhilKid3 Fergie Jenkins
    106. EB Eric Gagne
    107. AF Sam Crawford
    108. DMF John Clarkson
    109. Wee Willie Jim Palmer
    110. WestLake Roy Campanella
    111. TSS Mickey Cochrane
    112. Wade Al Simmons

    113. Wade Billy Wagner
    114. TSS Ryne Sandberg
    115. WestLake Willie Stargell
    116. Wee Willie Gary Carter 1982-1986
    117. DMF Ted Simmons
    118. AF Stan Coveleski
    119. EB George Davis
    120. PhilKid Bill Dickey
    121. EH BJ Ryan
    122. Brett Lefty Gomez
    123. Minstrel Gabby Hartnett
    124. STBF Jeff Kent
    125. Chris Rich "Goose" Gossage
    126. Mark Bruce Sutter

    127. Mark Wilbur Wood
    128. Chris Dan Quisenberry
    129. SBTF Joe Torre
    130. Minstrel Vladimir Guerrero
    131. Brett Ron Guidry
    132. EH Hack Wilson
    133. PhilKid Paul Hines
    134. EB Bobby Grich
    135. AF Wally Berger
    136. Wade John Smoltz
    137. Wee Willie Tom Glavine
    138. WestLake Roberto Clemente
    139. TSS Brian Giles
    140. Wade Jorge Posada

    141. Wade Jim Thome
    142. TSS Pete Rose
    143. Westlake Lary Doby
    144. Wee Willie Todd Helton
    145. DMF Roy Halladay
    146. AF Chuck Bender
    147. EB Hippo Vaughn
    148. PhilKid Mike Marshall
    149. EH Paul Waner
    150. Brett Joe Nathan
    151. Minstrel Don Mattingly
    152. STBF John Hiller
    153. Chris Joe Gordon
    154. Mark Charlie Keller

    155. Mark Brandon Webb
    156. Chris Joe Sewell
    157. STBF Nolan Ryan
    158. Minstrel Roy Oswalt
    159. Brett Francisco Rodriguez
    160. EH Albert Belle
    161. PhilKid Red Ruffing
    162. EB Robb Nen
    163. AFPee Wee Reese
    164. DMF Trevor Hoffman
    165. Wee Willie Ken Boyer
    166. WestLake Ed Reulbach
    167. TSS Eric Davis
    168. Wade Heinie Groh

    169. Wade Rollie Fingers
    170. TSS Ivan Rodriguez
    171. Westlake Ozzie Smith
    172. Wee Willie Dick Radatz
    173. DMF Fred McGriff
    174. AF Tom Henke
    175. EB Frank Howard
    176. PhilKid Joe Medwick
    177. El Halo Joe Wood
    178. Brett Eddie Murray
    179. Minstrel John Wetteland
    180. STBF Jim Rice
    181. Chris Roger Bresnahan
    182. Mark Dwight Gooden

    183. Mark Al Kaline
    184. Chris Goose Gosslin
    185. SBTF Phil Niekro
    186. Minstrel Larry Walker
    187. Brett Sparky Lyle
    188. El Halo Rob Dribble
    189. PhilKid Harmon Killebrew
    190. Erik Bedard Carl Mays
    191. AF Jeff Montgomery
    192. DMF Keith Foulke
    193. Wee Willie Sammy Sosa
    194. Westlake Dave Steib
    195. TSS Barry larkin 95-99
    196. Wade Gaylord Perry 70-74

    197. Wade Chuck Klein 29-33
    198. TSS Jose Rijo 90-94
    199. Wade (from Westlake) JJ Putz 05-07
    200. Wee Willie - Red Faber
    201. DMF Arthur Rhodes
    202. AF Brad Lidge
    203. Erik Bedard Tim Keefe
    204. Philkid3 Frank Tanana
    205. Traitor David Ortiz
    206. Brett Paul Molitor
    207. Minstrel John Franco
    208. STBF Dale Murphy
    209. Chris Tug McGraw
    210. Mark Keith Hernandez


    211. Mark Troy Percival
    212. Chris Reggie Jackson
    213. SBTF Raffy Palmerio
    214. Minstrel Dave Riggetti
    215. Brett Kevin Appier
    216. EH Chris Hammond
    217. PhilKid3 Lindy McDaniel
    218. Erik Bedard Burgmeier
    219. AF Tom Gordon
    220. DMF Jose Mesa
    221. WeeWillie Duane Ward
    222. WestLake Octavio Dotel
    223. TSS Dave Cone
    224. Wade Jonathan Papelbon

    225. Wade Billy Pierce
    226. TSS Dan Plesac
    227. WestLakeFrank Linzy
    228. WeeWillie
    229. DMF Mike Myers
    230. AF Jeff Shaw
    231. EB Hugh Duffy
    232. PhilKid Jesse Burkett
    234. EH Derek Lowe
    235. Brett Randy Myers
    236. Minstrel John Rocker
    237. STBF Jim Kern
    238. Chris Ellis Kinder
    239. Leecemark Steve Howe


    240. Leecemark Kent Tekulve
    241. Chris Herb Pennock
    242. STBF Sal Maglie
    243. Minstrel Don Drysdale
    244. Brett Thurman Munson
    245. EH Elston Howard
    246. Philkid Mickey Tettleton
    247. EB Greg Olson
    248. AF Bryan Harvey
    249. DMF Steve Kline
    250. Wee Willie
    251. Westlake Armando Benetiz
    252. TSS Latroy Hawkins
    253. Wade Hank Agwire

    254. Wade Francisco Cordero
    255. TSS Jim Brewer?
    256. Westlake Willie Hernandez
    257. Wee Willie
    258. DMF Mort Cooper
    259. AF Ken Singleton
    260. EB Scott Rolen
    261. PK3 Billy Herman
    262. EH Jim Horner
    263. Brett Steve Farr
    264. Minstrel Jay Howell
    265. STBF Bob Elliot
    266. Chris Lance Berkman
    267. Mark Mark Eichron


    268. Mark Gary Sheffield
    269. Chris Stu Miller
    270. STBF Joe Addcock
    271. Minstrel Jeff Beck
    272. Brett Babe Herman
    273. EH Ernie Lombardi
    274. PK3 Alan Trammel
    275. EB [B]Ugueth Urbina/B]
    276. AF Gene Tennace
    277. DMF Javier Lopez
    278. Wee Willie
    279. Westlake Bill Henry
    280. TSS Mike Gonzalez
    281. Wade Jason Kendall

    282. Wade Al Hrabrosky
    283. TSS Larry Anderson
    284. Westlake Damaso Marte
    285. Wee Willie
    286. DMF Lou Whitaker
    287. AF Sal Bando
    288. EB Rob Murphy
    289. PK3 Kirby Puckett
    290. EH Nomar Garciaparra
    291. Brett Buck Ewing
    292. Minstrel Jason Isringhausen
    293. STBF Harry Breechan
    294. Chris DEREK JETER!!!!
    295. Mark Ross Barnes


    296. Mark Jimmy Wynn
    297. Chris Eddie Guardado
    298. STBF
    299. Minstrel Carlton Fisk
    300. Brett Eric Plunk
    301. EH Brendan Donnelly
    302. PK3 Rick Augliera
    303. EB King Kelly
    304. AF Paul Quantirll
    305. DMF Roberto Hernandez
    306. Wee Willie
    306. West Lake Bill Dahlen
    307. TSS Tommy Bridges
    308. Wade Joe Sambrito

    309. Wade Mike Jackson
    310. Brett Luke Appling
    311. West Lake George Foster
    312. Wee Willie
    313. DMF
    314. AF
    315. PK3
    316. EH
    317. Brett
    318. Minstrel
    319. STBF
    320. Chris
    321. Mark

    322. Mark
    323. Chris
    324. STBF
    325. Minstrel
    326. Brett
    327. EH
    328. PK3
    339. EB
    330. AF
    331. DMF
    332. WW*
    333. Westlake
    334. Brett
    335. Wade

    Round 25
    336. Wade
    337. Brett
    338. Westlake
    339. WW*
    340. Brett
    341. AF
    342. Brett
    343. EH
    344. Wade
    345. Minstrel
    346. STBF*
    347. Chris
    348. Leecemark



    Also, if we get more people there is no harm in having two all time drafts going simotaneously However, it would be completely seperate from this draft, as registration is closed on this draft.


    ALSO MINSTREL'S CLOCK RESET THE MINUTE THIS THREAD STARTED.
    Last edited by ChrisLDuncan; 03-13-2008, 03:18 PM.
    "he probably used some performance enhancing drugs so he could do a better job on his report...i hear they make you gain weight" - Dr. Zizmor

    "I thought it was interesting and yes a conversation piece. Next time I post a similar story I will close with the question "So, do you think either of them have used steroids?" so that I can make the topic truly relevant to discussions about today's game." - Eric Davis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqul1GyK7-g

  • #2
    Sorry, I didn't realize I had yanks' spot.

    I'll select:



    Mickey Mantle (1955 - 1959)
    "In the end it all comes down to talent. You can talk all you want about intangibles, I just don't know what that means. Talent makes winners, not intangibles. Can nice guys win? Sure, nice guys can win - if they're nice guys with a lot of talent. Nice guys with a little talent finish fourth and nice guys with no talent finish last." --Sandy Koufax

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    • #3
      Not a duplicate pick now:



      The Iron Horse or Biscuit Pants, Lou Gehrig, 1927-31
      46 wins to match last year's total

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      • #4
        --Over 12 hours since Minstrel's pick. Do we skip over Sam and let Chris go now?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by leecemark View Post
          --Over 12 hours since Minstrel's pick. Do we skip over Sam and let Chris go now?
          *poke* I picked two minutes before this post.
          46 wins to match last year's total

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          • #6
            Originally posted by leecemark View Post
            --Over 12 hours since Minstrel's pick. Do we skip over Sam and let Chris go now?

            The clock doesn't run between 10 pm and 10 am central time anyway.

            Minstrel went at 9:55 central so that's only 5 minutes to 10. Then at 10 am the clock should have started up again. That would give him until 5:55 pm central to make his pick.

            Granted, we need to move faster than that to have a chance of completing the draft in a matter of months rather than years.

            (I apologize. We need to restrict our discussion/questions to the other thread. I will delete this post after the next voter).
            Last edited by brett; 01-11-2008, 11:05 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by brett View Post
              The clock doesn't run between 10 pm and 10 am central time anyway.

              Minstrel went at 9:55 central so that's only 5 minutes to 10. Then at 10 am the clock should have started up again. That would give him until 5:55 pm central to make his pick.

              Granted, we need to move faster than that to have a chance of completing the draft in a matter of months rather than years.

              (I apologize. We need to restrict our discussion/questions to the other thread. I will delete this post after the next voter).
              Clock talk is okay.
              "he probably used some performance enhancing drugs so he could do a better job on his report...i hear they make you gain weight" - Dr. Zizmor

              "I thought it was interesting and yes a conversation piece. Next time I post a similar story I will close with the question "So, do you think either of them have used steroids?" so that I can make the topic truly relevant to discussions about today's game." - Eric Davis

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqul1GyK7-g

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              • #8
                --A pick would be even better. You're up Chris and I'll have it right back to you a couple minutes after you go.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by leecemark View Post
                  --A pick would be even better. You're up Chris and I'll have it right back to you a couple minutes after you go.
                  Yeah, yeah keep your pants on

                  My pick is: Tris Speaker 1910-1914




                  YOU'RE UP!
                  "he probably used some performance enhancing drugs so he could do a better job on his report...i hear they make you gain weight" - Dr. Zizmor

                  "I thought it was interesting and yes a conversation piece. Next time I post a similar story I will close with the question "So, do you think either of them have used steroids?" so that I can make the topic truly relevant to discussions about today's game." - Eric Davis

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqul1GyK7-g

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    --With the last pick of the first round; Mike Schmidt, 3B, 1980-84,
                    --With the first pick of the second round; Alex Rodriguez, SS, 1999-2003

                    --Back to you Chris.

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                    • #11
                      Two solid picks, no pics with the picks? However, I was hoping you would make my pick a bit easier and take one of the two guys I was looking at, but nope. However, I'll take Pete Alexander 1913-1917

                      "he probably used some performance enhancing drugs so he could do a better job on his report...i hear they make you gain weight" - Dr. Zizmor

                      "I thought it was interesting and yes a conversation piece. Next time I post a similar story I will close with the question "So, do you think either of them have used steroids?" so that I can make the topic truly relevant to discussions about today's game." - Eric Davis

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqul1GyK7-g

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                      • #12
                        Now, for my next pick for a while:



                        The Hammer, Hank Aaron, 1959-1963
                        46 wins to match last year's total

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                        • #13
                          I select:



                          Eddie Mathews (1953-57)
                          "In the end it all comes down to talent. You can talk all you want about intangibles, I just don't know what that means. Talent makes winners, not intangibles. Can nice guys win? Sure, nice guys can win - if they're nice guys with a lot of talent. Nice guys with a little talent finish fourth and nice guys with no talent finish last." --Sandy Koufax

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                          • #14
                            Eril Bedard and I have switched draft positions in this round, so he is at the plate.

                            We also have switched our 5th round positions so I will draft 7th and he will draft 10th in the 5th round.

                            There is also one private contingency of the agreement.

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                            • #15
                              Joe DiMaggio, 1937-41

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