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  • All Time Draft Round Two ROSTER PAGE

    I figured I would put our thread containing our rosters. So please try to keep it up to date with your roster so people can see who been picked and who hasn't...

    Here's the link to the discussion page:

    Here's the link to the draft page:

    Cleveland Spiders




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    Name-bats-years-OPS+ AVG/WARP3 AVG/FRAA AVG (5 years avg. AVG/OBP/SLG)

    C: Ivan Rodriguez- RH (1998-2002) 131 / 8.6 / 16 (.324/.358/.564)
    1B: Eddie Murray- SH (1981-1985) 155 / 10.2 / 9.6 (.304/.387/.531)
    2B: Ryne Sandberg- RH (1988-1992) 133 / 10.3 / 9.4 (.291/.356/.494)
    SS: Hughie Jennings- RH (1894-1898) 140 / 12.9 / 21.6 (.361/.449/.474)
    3B: Wade Boggs- LH (1985-1989) 158 / 12.1 / 8.4 (.357/.454/.498)
    LF: Barry Bonds- LH (2000-2004) 242 / 13.6 / 0 (.341/.535/.782)
    CF: Brian Giles- LH (1999-2003) 157 / 9.5 / -1.6 (.307/.426/.587)
    RF: Mel Ott- LH (1934-1938) 166 / 12 / 4.8 (.316/.424/.568)
    DH: Hank Greenberg- RH (1937-1940,1946) 166 / 10.2 / 4 (.316/.420/.649)

    BN: 1B/2B/3B/LF/RF Pete Rose- SH (1968-1972) 140 / 8.9 / 4.4 (.322/.392/.458)
    BN: LF/CF/RF Eric Davis- RH (1986-1990) 143 / 8.3 / 5.4 (.277/.371/.526)
    BN: C Thurman Munson- RH (1973-1977) 123 / 8 / 6.2 (.298/.346/.438)
    BN: SS Barry Larkin- RH (1995-1999) 132 / 8.3 / 0.6 (.307/.406/.491)

    Name-pitch-years-ERA+ AVG/WARP3 AVG/IP AVG

    Starting Rotation:

    SP: Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown- RH (1906-1910) 188 / 9.34 / 292
    SP: Jose Rijo- RH (1990-1994) 148 / 7.74 / 208
    SP: David Cone- RH (1993-1997) 154 / 8.3 / 184
    SP: Lefty Gomez- LH (1934-1938) 147 / 7.7 / 247
    SP: Kevin Appier- RH (1992-1996) 147 / 9.26 / 203


    SS/LR: Tommy Bridges- RH (1939-1943) 141 / 6.44 / 182

    RP: Mike Gonzalez- LH (2004-2006) 236 / 3.63 / 49 (lefty specialist)
    RP: Larry Andersen- RH (1989-1991) 200 / 4.1 / 77
    RP: Jim Brewer- LH (1970-1972) 186 / 5.73 / 83
    RP: LaTroy Hawkins- RH (2002-2004) 207 / 5.07 / 80
    RP: Dan Plesac- LH (1987-1989) 169 / 5.23 / 64
    CL: Francisco Rodriguez- RH (2004-2006) 223 / 6.7 / 75


    1. RH- Hughie Jennings (1894-1898) (.361/.449/.474)
    2. LH- Wade Boggs (1985-1989) - (.357/.454/.498)
    3. LH- Barry Bonds (2000-2004) - (.341/.535/.782)
    4. RH- Hank Greenberg (1937-1940, 1946) - (.316/.420/.649)
    5. LH- Mel Ott (1934-1938) - (.316/.424/.568)
    6. RH- Ivan Rodriguez- (1998-2002) - (.324/.358/.564)
    7. LH- Brian Giles (1999-2003) - (.307/.426/.587)
    8. SH- Eddie Murray- (1981-1985) - (.304/.387/.531)
    9. RH- Ryne Sandberg (1988-1992) - (.291/.356/.494)
    Last edited by The Splendid Splinter; 03-04-2008, 12:50 PM.
    "Back before I injured my hip, I thought going to the gym was for wimps."
    Bo Jackson

    Actually, I think they were about the same because I lettered in all sports, and I was a two-time state decathlon champion.
    Bo Jackson

    My sophomore year I placed 2nd, and my junior and senior year - I got smart and piled up enough points between myself and second place where I didn't have to run the mile.
    Bo Jackson

  • #2
    Detriot Wolverines

    C: Johnny Bench 1969-73 (best ever defensively?)
    1B: Kieth Hernandez 1979-83 (best ever defensively?)
    2B: Craig Biggio 1994-98 (good defense)
    3B: Mike Schmidt 1980-84 (great defense)
    SS: Alex Rodriguez 1999-2003 (good defense)
    LF: Charlie Keller 1940-43, 46 (average defense)
    CF: Duke Snider 1953-57 (good defense)
    RF: Al Kaline 1963-67 (best ever defensively?)
    DH: Willie McCovey 1966-70

    SP1: Bob Gibson 1968-72
    SP2: Dizzy Dean 1933-37
    SP3: Brandon Webb 2003-07
    SP4: Doc Gooden 1984-88

    C: Deacon White 1875-1879
    IF: Ross Barnes 1872-1876
    IF: Luis Aparicio 1957-61
    OF: Gary Sheffield 1996-2000
    OF: Jimmy Wynn 1965-1969

    RHCL: Bruce Sutter 1977-79
    LHCL: Steve Howe 1981-83
    RHSU: Troy Percival 1995-97
    RHSU: Kent Tekuve 1981-83
    LHMR: John Rocker 1998-2000
    RHMR: Mark Eichorn 1986-88
    LM/SS: Wilbur Wood 1968-72
    Last edited by leecemark; 03-18-2008, 07:17 AM.


    • #3
      (Name and City to be determined)

      CA: Jorge Posada	2003-2007	02.6 FRAA	
      1B: Jim Thome		1999-2003	-4.0 FRAA	
      2B: Nap Lajoie		1906-1910	25.0 FRAA	
      SS: Ernie Banks		1955-1959	6.8 FRAA	
      3B: Heinie Groh		1916-1920	15.4 FRAA	
      LF: Chuck Klein		1929-1933	-1.4 FRAA	
      RF: Babe Ruth		1920-1924	11.8 FRAA	
      CF: Al Simmons		1928-1932	06.8 FRAA	
      DH: Mark McGwire	1995-1999	00.0 FRAA (-4)	
      IF: 45.8 FRAA
      OF: 17.2 FRAA
      Tot: 63 FRAA

      BN: Jason Kendall	1996-2000
      BN: Miguel Tejada	2002-2006
      BN: Edd Roush		1917-1921
      SP: Kevin Brown		1996-2000	
      SP: Tom Seaver		1969-1973	
      SP: John Smoltz		1995-1999	
      SP: Billy Pierce	1951-1955	
      SP: Gaylord Perry	1970-1974	
      RP: Rollie Fingers	1981-1983	
      RP: J.J. Putz		2005-2007	
      RP: Jon Papelbon	2005-2007	
      RP: Francisco Cordero	2002-2004	
      RP: Hank Aguirre	1967-1969	
      RP: Al Hrabrosky	1973-1975	
      RP: Mike Jackson	1996-1998	
      RP: Joe Sambito		1979-1981	

      Note: I just added and averaged the totals of the stats, which leads to inaccurate numbers. If I get more time, I'll figure out what they're supposed to be.
         Name		BA    OB    SLG   OPS+    HR	WRP3	Bats
      1. Lajoie	.330  .382  .435  157	  2	11.3	R
      2. Thome	.281  .414  .589  159	  44	8.3	L
      3. McGwire	.287  .439  .702  192	  57	9.4	R
      4. Ruth		.368  .507  .774  227	  47	14.0	L
      5. Simmons	.376  .419  .639  165	  24	8.34	R
      6. Klein	.359  .413  .635  161	  36	9.3	L
      7. Banks	.299  .361  .583  148	  41	12.3	R
      8. Posada	.286  .391  .493  132	  23	8.78	S
      9. Groh		.300  .383  .401  139	  2	9.92	R
      BN: Jason Kendall	
      BN: Miguel Tejada	
      BN: Edd Roush		
         Name		ERA+	WHIP	IP	WARP3	Throws
      1. Brown	168	1.049	241.9	9.34	R
      2. Seaver	158	1.031	280.46	11.04	R
      3. Pierce	146	1.223	232.26	7.78	L
      4. Smoltz	141	1.128	211.28	8.18	R
      5. Perry	136	1.109	323.54	9.98	R
         Name		ERA+	WHIP	IP	Throws
      1. Papelbon	314	1.006	53.533	R
      2. Aguirre	230.3	1.215	41.86	L
      3. Fingers	225.3	1.0076	67.9	R
      4. Cordero	225	1.201	66.56	R
      5. Putz		207.7	0.989	70.0	R
      6. M. Jackson	196	1.076	70.3	R
      7. Hrabosky	176	1.164	80.53	L
      8. Sambito	175.6	1.037	81.76	L
      Last edited by Wade8813; 03-19-2008, 03:54 AM.


      • #4
        Oakley Shades:

        CA: Roger Bresnahan
        1B: Jimmie Foxx
        2B: Joe Gordon
        3B: Edgar Martinez 1995-1999
        SS: Joe Sewell
        LF: Goose Goslin
        CF: Tris Speaker
        RF: Reggie Jackson
        DH: Jason Giambi 1999-2003

        SP: Petey Alexander
        SP: Bob Feller
        SP: Warren Spahn
        SP: Robin Roberts
        SP: Herb Pennock

        RP: Stu Miller
        RP: Ellis Kinder
        RP: Tug McGraw
        RP: Goose Gossage
        RP: Dan Quisenberry

        LINE UP:

        Joe Sewell
        Tris Speaker
        Goose Gosslin
        Jimmie Foxx
        Jason Giambi
        Edgar Martinez
        Reggie Jackson
        Joe Gordon
        Roger Bresnahan
        Last edited by ChrisLDuncan; 02-24-2008, 09:20 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


        • #5
          Ottawa I'm Bad At Thinking of Names

          C: Mike Piazza 1993-7
          1B: Jeff Bagwell 1993-7
          2B: Bobby Grich
          SS: George Davis 1893-7
          LF: Carl Yastrzemski 1966-70
          CF: Joe DiMaggio 1937-41
          RF: Rickey Henderson 1989-93
          DH: Frank Howard 1968-72

          BN: Hugh Duffy, 1891-5

          SP: Greg Maddux 1994-8
          SP: Carl Hubbell 1932-6
          SP: Hippo Vaughn 1916-20
          SP: Carl Mays 1917-21
          SP: Tim Keefe 1884-88

          CP: Eric Gagne 2002-4
          RHSU: Robb Nen 1998-2000
          LHSU: Tom Burgmeier 1980-82
          Last edited by Erik Bedard; 02-14-2008, 07:16 PM.


          • #6
            Brooklyn Artfuls

            C: Elston Howard (1960-1964)
            1B: Johnny Mize (1937-1941)
            2B: Rod Carew (1973-1977)
            3B: Frank Baker (1911-1916)
            LF: Joey Belle (1994-1998)
            CF: Hack Wilson (1926-1930)
            RF: Paul Waner (1926-1930)
            DH: David Ortiz (2003-2007)

            SP1: Pedro Martinez (1997-2001)
            SP2: Randy Johnson (1998-2002)
            SP3: Ed Walsh (1907-1911)
            SP4: Juan Marichal (1965-1969)
            SP5: Smoky Joe Wood (1909-1913)

            C: Ernie Lombardi (1935-1939)
            IF: Nomar Garciaparra (1997-2001)
            IF: Tony Perez (1969-1973)
            OF: Richie Ashburn (1954-1958)

            CL: Mariano Rivera (2003-2005)
            MR: B.J. Ryan (2004-2006)
            MR: Rob Dibble (1988-1990)
            MR: Chris Hammond (2002-2004)
            MR: Joe Hoerner (1966-1968)
            MR: Brendan Donnelly (2002-2004)
            MR: Derek Lowe (1999-2001)
            Last edited by ElHalo; 03-09-2008, 09:04 PM.
            "Simply put, the passion, interest and tradition surrounding baseball in New York is unmatched."

            Sean McAdam,


            • #7
              Anderson (SC) Joes

              1B: Lou Gehrig, 1927-31
              3B: Chipper Jones, 1998-2002
              RF: Hank Aaron, 1959-63
              CF: Billy Hamilton, 1891-95
              SS: Robin Yount, 1980-84
              C: Joe Torre, 1963-67
              2B: Jeff Kent, 1998-2002
              LF: Jim Rice, 1975-79

              BN: Dale Murphy, 1983-87
              BN: Rafael Palmiero, 1998-2002
              BN: Joe Adcock, 1956-60
              BN: Bob Elliott, 1947-51

              SP: Johan Santana, 2003-07
              SP: Bert Blyleven, 1973-77
              SP: Nolan Ryan, 1973-77
              SP: Phil Niekro, 1967-71
              SP: Sal Maglie, 1950-54

              RP: Hoyt Wilhelm, 1966-68
              RP: John Hiller, 1973-75
              RP: Jim Kern, 1977-79
              RP: Mark Davis, 1987-89
              Last edited by SamtheBravesFan; 03-05-2008, 07:13 PM.
              46 wins to match last year's total


              • #8
                All stats are rounded 5 year averages

                Pos Name Yrs
                C: Mickey Cochrane: '29-'33
                1B: Bill Terry: '28-'32
                2B: Eddie Collins '09-'13
                SS: Joe Cronin: '29-'33
                3B: Paul Molitor: '87-'91
                LF: Tim Raines: '83-'87
                CF: Jim Edmonds '00-'04
                RF: Ty Cobb: '09-'13
                DH: Frank Thomas: '93-'97

                BN: Buck Ewing (C, 3B or OF if necessary)
                BN: Babe Herman (OF, 1B)
                BN: Luke Appling (SS, 3B if necessary)
                BN: Gil McDougald (2B, 3B, SS if necessary)

                Name-pitch-years-ERA+ AVG/WARP3 AVG

                Starting Rotation:

                SP: Hal Newhouser: '44-'48
                SP: Sandy Koufax: '62-'67
                SP: Ron Guidry: '77-'81
                SP: Tim Hudson: '99-'03
                SP: Mel Harder: '31-'35
                Spot Starter/Long Relief:


                LHRP: Sparky Lyle
                LHRP: Randy Myers
                LHRP: Billy Wagner
                RHRP: Eric Plunk
                RHRP: Steve Farr
                CL: Joe Nathan


                1. Tim Raines
                2. Eddie Collins
                3. Ty Cobb
                4. Frank Thomas
                5. Jim Edmonds
                6. Paul Molitor
                7. Bill Terry
                8. Mickey Cochrane
                9. Joe Cronin
                Last edited by brett; 03-12-2008, 08:01 AM.


                • #9
                  Kennewick Cougars

                  Name-bats-years-OPS+ AVG/WARP3 AVG

                  C: Bill Dickey L (1935-39) 138/9.3
                  1B: Dan Brouthers L (1882-86) 188/11.6
                  2B: Jackie Robinson R (1948-52) 143/12.0
                  SS: Lou Boudreau R (1944-48) 137/11.1
                  3B: Ron Santo R (1963-67) 150/12.6
                  LF: Paul Hines R (1878-82) 156/11.1
                  CF: Willie Mays R (1954-58) 167/13.5
                  RF: Joe Medwick R (1935-39) 152/10.0
                  DH: Harmon Killebrew R (1966-70) 159/7.4

                  BN: Jesse Burkett L (1898-1902) 151/8.9
                  BN: Mickey Tettleton B (1989-93) 135/7.5
                  BN: Billy Herman R (1935-39) 120/10.9
                  BN: Alan Trammell R (1983-87) 127/10.5
                  BN: Kirby Puckett R (1988-92) 132/9.2

                  Name-pitch-years-ERA+ AVG/WARP3 AVG

                  Starting Rotation

                  SP: Lefty Grove L (1928-32) 174/11.2
                  SP: Amos Rusie R (1890-94) 141/14.0
                  SP: Fergie Jenkins R (1967-71) 129/9.9
                  SP: Red Ruffing R (1935-39) 131/8.1
                  SP: Frank Tanana L (1974-78) 126/9.0


                  RP: Roy Face R (1960-62) 148/6.2
                  RP: Rick Aguilera R (1991-93) 159/6.0
                  RP: Lindy McDaniel R (1959-61) 133/6.1
                  CL: Mike Marshall R (1972-74) 161/9.4


                  1. Jackie Robinson
                  2. Bill Dickey
                  3. Dan Brouthers
                  4. Willie Mays
                  5. Harmon Killebrew
                  6. Paul Hines
                  7. Joe Medwick
                  8. Ron Santo
                  9. Lou Boudreau
                  Last edited by philkid3; 03-06-2008, 08:52 PM.
                  Hey, this is my public apology for suddenly disappearing and missing out on any projects I may have neglected.


                  • #10
                    Brooklyn Saints

                    C - Roy Campanella
                    1B - George Sisler (1918-1922)
                    2B - Rogers Hornsby (1921-1925)
                    SS - Ozzie Smith
                    3B - Dick Allen (1964-1968)
                    RF - Frank Robinson (1964-1968)
                    CF - Larry Doby
                    LF - Roberto Clemente
                    DH - Willie Stargell

                    SP - Christy Mathewson (1908-1912)
                    SP - Cy Young (1901-1905)
                    SP - Kid Nichols (1895-1899)
                    SP - Ed Reulbach (1905-1909)
                    SP - Dave Steib (1981-1985)

                    RP - Octavio Dotel (2001-2003)
                    RP - Frank Linzy (1965-1967)
                    Last edited by Westlake; 02-12-2008, 04:52 PM.
                    Originally posted by Domenic
                    The Yankees should see if Yogi Berra can still get behind the plate - he has ten World Series rings... he must be worth forty or fifty million a season.


                    • #11
                      House of David

                      C - Gary Carter, 1982-86
                      1B - Todd Helton, 2000-04
                      2B - Charlie Gehringer, 1933-37
                      3B - Ken Boyer, 1958-62
                      SS - Honus Wagner, 1905-09
                      LF - Ed Delahanty, 1893-97
                      CF - Stan Musial, 1948-52
                      RF - Sammy Sosa, 1998-2002
                      DH - Albert Pujols, 2003-07

                      SP - Roger Clemens, 1986-90
                      SP - Whitey Ford, 1954-58
                      SP - Jim Palmer, 1969-73
                      SP - Tom Glavine, 1995-99
                      SP - Ed Reulbach, 1905-09
                      SP -

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                      RP - Dick Radatz, 1962-64
                      RP -
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                      Last edited by Wee Willie; 02-06-2008, 02:51 AM. Reason: edit


                      • #12
                        (teamname to be announced later)

                        C- Ted Simmons (1975-1979)
                        1B- Fred McGriff (1988-1992)
                        2B- Lou Whitaker (1989-1993)
                        SS- Arky Vaughan (1933-1937)
                        3B- George Brett (1979-1983)
                        LF-Joe Jackson (1911-1915)
                        CF-Ken Griffey Jr. (1990-1994)
                        RF- Harry Heilmann (1921-1925)
                        DH- Manny Ramirez (1999-2003)

                        SP- Walter Johnson (1911-1915)
                        SP- Steve Carlton (1977-1981)
                        SP- Eddie Cicotte (1913-1917)
                        SP- Roy Halladay (2003-2006)
                        SP- Mort Cooper (1942-1946)

                        RP- Dennis Eckersley (1988-1990)
                        RP- Trevor Hoffman ( 1997-1999)
                        RP- Keith Foulke (2002-2004)
                        RP- Aurthur Rhodes (2000-2002)
                        RP- Jose Mesa (1995-1997)
                        RP- Mike Myers (2000-2002)
                        RP-Steve Kline (1999-2001)

                        BN- Javy Lopez (1995-1999)
                        Last edited by Disgruntaledmarinerfan; 02-28-2008, 01:22 AM.
                        Here's to baseball... The best sport made.

                        "There are two theories on hitting a knuckleball. Unfortunately, neither of them works." ― Charlie Lau


                        • #13
                          La Jolla Minstrels

                          SS Roberto Alomar
                          RF Larry Walker
                          CF Mickey Mantle
                          DH Ralph Kiner
                          3B Eddie Mathews
                          LF Vladimir Guererro
                          1B Don Mattingly
                          CA Gabby Hartnett
                          SS Cal Ripkin Jr.

                          SP Addie Joss
                          SP Curt Schilling
                          SP John Clarkson
                          SP Roy Oswalt
                          SP Don Drysdale

                          CL John Wetteland
                          RP John Franco (Left-Handed)
                          RP Dave Righetti (Left-Handed)
                          RP John Rocker (Left-Handed)
                          RP Jay Howell
                          RP Rod Beck
                          RP Jason Isringhausen

                          CA Carlton Fisk
                          CF/RF/LF Andruw Jones
                          SS/2B/3B/1B Ray Boone
                          3B/RF/LF Miguel Cabrera
                          Last edited by Minstrel; 03-13-2008, 06:23 PM.
                          "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


                          • #14
                            Guys, I am loading these teams into my Diamond Mind Baseball All Time Greats Sim. Most of the players are there, based on their best 5 consecutive seasons like you drafted. In the cases of a couple of more modern players who were not in the game yet I found a player to substitute for them and changed the name to your guy. Not every team listed here has a full roster. Some teams were too incomplete to use, and some others I added a guy or three to fill out the bench and/or bullpen. I;m still setting up the league but I will run a season soon.

                            Stay tuned!

                            19th Century League Champion
                            1900s League Champion
                            1910s League Champion

                            1930s League Division Winner
                            1950s League Champion
                            1960 Strat-O-Matic League Regular Season Winner
                            1960s League Division Winner
                            1970s League Champion
                            1971 Strat-O-Matic League Runner Up
                            1980s League Champion
                            All Time Greats League Champion


                            • #15
                              Don't know how you guys did this, but John Rocker is on 2 teams. That's not a problem for me though, I can put him on 2 teams. Every team is playing in a neutral park and we're using the neutral era, which is the average of all seasons from 1901-1992.

                              Still finishing up with the rosters and settings.

                              19th Century League Champion
                              1900s League Champion
                              1910s League Champion

                              1930s League Division Winner
                              1950s League Champion
                              1960 Strat-O-Matic League Regular Season Winner
                              1960s League Division Winner
                              1970s League Champion
                              1971 Strat-O-Matic League Runner Up
                              1980s League Champion
                              All Time Greats League Champion