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  • #16
    1975 Oakland Athletics – Final Roster

    Transactions

    ADDED Hank Aaron (1975 Milwaukee Brewers) to replace Jim Holt
    ADDED Catfish Hunter (1974 Oakland Athletics) to replace Sonny Siebert
    ADDED Harmon Killebrew (1975 Kansas City Royals) to replace Tommy Harper
    ADDED Jim Palmer (1975 Baltimore Orioles) to replace Glenn Abbott
    ADDED Frank Robinson (1975 Cleveland Indians) to replace Angel Mangual
    ADDED Fred Lynn (1975 Boston Red Sox) to replace Jim Perry
    ADDED Willie McCovey (1976 Oakland Athletics) to replace Larry Haney

    Roster of Position Players

    Hank Aaron --------BA-.234 HR-12 RBI-60 BATS-RIGHT – LF
    Sal Bando ---------BA-.230 HR-15 RBI-78 BATS-RIGHT – 3B
    Bert Campaneris----BA-.265 HR-4 RBI-46 BATS-RIGHT – SS
    Ray Fosse--------- BA-.140 HR-0 RBI-12 BATS-RIGHT – C
    Phil Garner---------BA-246 HR-6 RBI-54 BATS-RIGHT – 2B
    Reggie Jackson---- BA-.253 HR-36 RBI-104 BATS-LEFT – RF
    Harmon Killebrew---BA-.199 HR-14 RBI-44 BATS-RIGHT – 1B
    Fred Lynn----------BA-.331 HR-21 RBI-105 BATS-LEFT – CF
    Ted Martinez-------BA-.172 HR-0 RBI-3 BATS-RIGHT – SS – 2B – 3B
    Willie McCovey-----BA-.208 HR-0 RBI-0 BATS-LEFT – PH
    Bill North-----------BA-.273 HR-1 RBI-43 BATS-BOTH – CF – LF
    Frank Robinson-----BA-.237 HR-9 RBI-24 BATS-RIGHT – PH
    Joe Rudi------------BA-.278 HR-21 RBI-75 BATS-RIGHT – 1B – LF
    Gene Tenace------ BA-.255 HR-29 RBI-87 BATS-RIGHT – C – 1B
    Claudell Washington-BA-.308 HR-10 RBI-77 BATS-LEFT – LF – CF – RF
    Billy Williams--------BA-.244 HR-23 RBI-81 BATS-LEFT – 1B

    Roster of Pitchers

    Vida Blue-----W/L 22-11 ERA-3.01 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-BOTH
    Stan Bahnsen-W/L 10-13 ERA-4.36 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
    Dick Bosman--W/L 11-6 ERA-.3.63 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
    Rollie Fingers--W/L 10-6 ERA-2.98 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
    Ken Holtzman-W/L 18-14 ERA-3.14 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-RIGHT
    Catfish Hunter-W/L 25-12 ERA-2.49 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
    Paul Lindblad--W/L 9-1 ERA-2.72 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-LEFT
    Jim Palmer---- W/L 23-11 ERA-2.09 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
    Jim Todd------W/L 8-3 ERA-2.29 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-LEFT

    Starting Lineup against left handed starting pitcher

    Claudell Washington - LF
    Joe Rudi – 1B
    Fred Lynn – CF
    Reggie Jackson – RF
    Gene Tenace – C
    Sal Bando – 3B
    Phil Garner – 2B
    Bert Campaneris – SS
    (pitchers spot)

    Starting Lineup against right handed starting pitcher

    Claudell Washington – LF
    Fred Lynn – CF
    Gene Tenace – C
    Reggie Jackson – RF
    Sal Bando – 3B
    Billy Williams – 1B
    Phil Garner – 2B
    Bert Campaneris – SS
    (pitchers spot)

    Starting Pitching Rotation

    SP-Catfish Hunter
    SP-Jim Palmer
    SP-Vida Blue
    SP-Ken Holtzman

    Bullpen

    RP-Stan Bahnsen
    RP-Dick Bosman
    RP-Paul Linblad
    RP-Jim Todd
    CL-Rollie Fingers
    Last edited by John Shoemaker; 11-26-2012, 07:32 AM.

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    • #17
      1931 Philadelphia Athletic Final Roster
      ************************************************
      ADDED-Babe Ruth 1931 NewYork Yankees to replace Lou Finney
      ADDED-Lou Gehrig 1931 NewYork Yankees to replace Jimmy Moore
      ADDED-Joe Cronin 1931 Washington Senators to replace Joe Boley
      ADDED-Earl Averil 1931 Cleveland Indians to replace Eric McNair
      ADDED-Wes Ferrell 1931 Cleveland Indians to replace Sol Carter
      ADDED-Lefty Gomez 1931 NewYork Yankees to replace Jim Peterson
      CHANGED Jimmy Foxx to 1932 season
      CHANGED Jimmy Dykes to 1930 season

      Starting Positions
      C1. Mickey Cochrane (L)
      17hr 89rbi 349avg 423obp 149ops+ 5.2war
      1B. Lou Gehrig (L)
      46hr 184rbi 341avg 446obp 194ops+ 8.6war
      2B. Max Bishop (L)
      5hr 37rbi 294avg 426obp 113ops+ 5.7war
      SS. Joe Cronin (R)
      12hr 126rbi 306avg 391obp 127ops+6.4war
      3B. Jimmy Foxx (R)
      58hr 169rbi 364avg 469obp 207ops+ 10.2war
      LF. Al Simmons (R)
      22hr 128rbi 390avg 444obp 175ops+ 7.2war
      CF. Earl Averil (L)
      32hr 143rbi 333avg 404obp 150ops+ 5.7war
      RF. Babe Ruth (L)
      46hr 163rbi 373avg 495obp 218ops+ 10.0war

      Bench
      1.) Mule Haas (L) CF
      8hr 56rbi 323avg 366obp 114ops+
      2.) Bing Miller (R) RF
      8hr 77rbi 281avg 338obp 109ops+
      3.) Jimmy Dykes (R) 3B
      6hr 73rbi 301avg 414obp 109ops+
      4.) Doc Cramer (L) LF, CF
      2hr 20rbi 260avg 301obp 64ops+
      5.) Dib Williams (R) SS, 2B
      6hr 40rbi 269avg 313obp 78ops+
      6.) Phil Todt (L) 1B
      5hr 44rbi 244avg 273obp 73ops+
      7.) Johnnie Heving (R) C2.
      1hr 12rbi 239avg 277obp 55ops+
      8.) Wes Ferrell (R) PH
      9hr 30rbi 319avg 373obp 152ops+

      Starting Staff
      Lefty Grove (L)
      31-4w/l 2.06era 217era+ 9.5war
      Lefty Gomez (L)
      21-9w/l 2.67era 150era+ 5.3war
      Rube Walberg (L)
      20-12w/l 3.74era 120era+ 5.1war
      Wes Ferrell (R)
      22-12w/l 3.75era 123era+ 5.7war
      Goerge Earnshaw (R)
      21-7w/l 3.67era 122era+ 4.4war

      Bullpen
      1.) Roy Mahaffey (R)
      15-4w/l 4.21era 106era+
      2.) Waite Hoyt (R)
      10-5w/l 4.22era 106era+
      3.) Eddie Rommel (R)
      7-5w/l 2.97era 151era+
      4.) Bill Shores (R)
      0-3w/l 5.06era 90era+
      5.) Lew Krause (R)
      1-0w/l 4.09era 113era+

      1925 Pittsburgh Pirates Final Roster
      ************************************************
      ADDED-Rogers Hornsby 1925 St. Louis Cardinals to replace Roy Spencer
      ADDED-Paul Waner 1926 Pittsburgh Pirates to replace Fresco Thompson
      ADDED-Jack Fournier 1925 Brooklyn Dodgers to replace Al Niehaus
      ADDED-Eppa Rixey 1925 Cincinnati Reds to replace Don Songer
      ADDED-Dolph Luque 1925 Cincinnati Reds to replace Bud Culloton
      CHANGED-Ray Kremer to 1926 Season
      CHANGED-Emil Yde to 1924 Season
      CHANGED-Babe Adams to 1924 Season
      CHANGED-Earl Smith to 1926 Season

      Starting Positions
      C1. Earl Smith (L)
      2hr 46rbi 346avg 407obp 124ops+ 2.4war
      1B. Jack Fournier (L)
      22hr 130rbi 350avg 446obp 160ops+ 5.4war
      2B. Rogers Hornsby (R)
      39hr 143rbi 403avg 489obp 210ops+ 10.1war
      SS. Glenn Wright (R)
      18hr 121rbi 308avg 341obp 102ops+ 4.0war
      3B. Pie Traynor (R)
      6hr 106rbi 320avg 377obp 108ops+ 3.5war
      LF. Max Carey (B)
      5hr 44rbi 343avg 418obp 126ops+ 4.2war
      CF. Kiki Cuyler (R)
      18hr 102rbi 357avg 423obp 152ops+ 6.6war
      RF. Paul Waner (L)
      8hr 79rbi 336avg 413obp 148ops+ 5.1war

      Bench
      1.) Goerge Grantham (L) 1B
      8hr 52rbi 326avg 413obp 125ops+
      2.) Eddie Moore (R) 2B, 3B, LF, RF
      6hr 77rbi 298avg 383obp 98ops+
      3.) Clyde Barnett (R) LF, RF
      4hr 114rbi 325avg 391obp 109ops+
      4.) Stuffy McInnis (R) 1B
      0hr 24rbi 368avg 437obp 129ops+
      5.) Johnny Rawlings (R) 2B, SS
      2hr 13rbi 282avg 336obp 83ops+
      6.) Carson Bigbee (L) LF, CF, RF
      0hr 8rbi 238avg 278obp 43ops+
      7.) Johnny Gooch (B) C2
      0hr 30rbi 298avg 357obp 82ops+

      Starting Staff
      SP1. Eppa Rixey (L)
      21-11w/l 2.88era 142era+ 6.0war
      SP2. Ray Kremer (R)
      20-6w/l 2.61era 150era+ 5.8war
      SP3. Dolph Luque (R)
      16-18w/l 2.63era 156era+ 5.9war
      SP4. Emil Yde (L)
      16-3w/l 2.83era 136era+ 3.2war
      SP5. Lee Meadows (R)
      19-10w/l 3.67era 121era+ 3.6war

      Bullpen
      1.) Vic Aldridge (R)
      15-7w/l 3.63era 123era+
      2.) Johnny Morrison (R)
      17-14w/l 3.88era 115era+
      3.) Babe Adams (R)
      3-1w/l 1.13era 341era+
      4.) Tom Sheehan (R)
      1-1w/l 2.67era 167era+
      5.) Red Oldham (L)
      3-2w/l 3.91era 114era+
      Last edited by chicagowhitesox1173; 11-23-2012, 01:45 PM.
      "(Shoeless Joe Jackson's fall from grace is one of the real tragedies of baseball. I always thought he was more sinned against than sinning." -- Connie Mack

      "I have the ultimate respect for Whitesox fans. They were as miserable as the Cubs and Redsox fans ever were but always had the good decency to keep it to themselves. And when they finally won the World Series, they celebrated without annoying every other fan in the country."--Jim Caple, ESPN (Jan. 12, 2011)

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      • #18
        Originally posted by John Shoemaker View Post
        1975 Oakland Athletics – Final Roster
        ADDED Catfish Hunter (1974 Oakland Athletics) to replace Jim Perry
        ADDED Willie McCovey (1976 Oakland Athletics) to replace Larry Haney
        I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think these two moves are allowed since neither was on the A's '75 roster. Hobbs will need to double-check as I simply may have misread the rules.
        "Chuckie doesn't take on 2-0. Chuckie's hackin'." - Chuck Carr two days prior to being released by the Milwaukee Brewers

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Ben Grimm View Post
          I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think these two moves are allowed since neither was on the A's '75 roster. Hobbs will need to double-check as I simply may have misread the rules.
          these are both allowed and equal one full move EACH

          you can add ANY player from the same team the year prior or year after see original rules

          C) you can add any other player from the same team as your stock team the year before or year after.
          EXAMPLE: You have the 1971 White Sox but want to add 1972 Dick Allen who was not on the 1971 White Sox but was on the 1972 WHite Sox, you can add him but this counts as a full "one player" move.
          1. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that many players are over-rated due to inflated stats from offensive home parks (and eras)
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          • #20
            Got it. Just read the Dick Allen rule. My bad - sorry Johnny Shoes.
            "Chuckie doesn't take on 2-0. Chuckie's hackin'." - Chuck Carr two days prior to being released by the Milwaukee Brewers

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            • #21
              initial roster ideas 1965 Giants (even though my initial roster isn't submittted - not due until next week)

              1. upgrade 1965 Cepeda to 1964 Cepeda
              2. upgrade 1965 Gayord Perry to 1966 Gaylord Perry
              3. Add 1965 Koufax, Aaron, Billy Williams, Santo, and either Maury Wills or Leo Cardenas as SS and either Joe Morgan or Pete Rose as 2B
              Last edited by 9RoyHobbsRF; 11-22-2012, 09:15 AM.
              1. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that many players are over-rated due to inflated stats from offensive home parks (and eras)
              2. Strat-O-Matic Baseball Player, Collector and Hobbyist since 1969, visit my strat site: http://forums.delphiforums.com/GamersParadise
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              • #22
                1972 Los Angeles Dodgers – Final Roster

                Transactions

                ADDED Hank Aaron (1972 Atlanta Braves) to replace Steve Yeager
                ADDED Steve Carlton (1972 Philadelphia Phillies) to replace Bill Singer
                ADDED Willie McCovey (1972 San Francisco Giants) to replace Duke Sims
                ADDED Johnny Bench (1972 Cincinnati Reds) to replace Willie Crawford
                ADDED Willie Mays (1972 New York Mets) to replace Billy Grabarkewitz
                ADDED Billy Williams (1972 Chicago Cubs) to replace Jim Lefebvre
                ADDED Mike Schmidt (1972 Philadelphia Phillies) to replace Maurey Wills

                Roster of Position Players

                Hank Aaron -----BA-.265 HR-34 RBI-77 BATS-RIGHT – 1B - RF
                Johnny Bench---BA-.270 HR-40 RBI-125 BATS-RIGHT – C – RF – 1B – 3B
                Bill Buckner----- BA-.319 HR-5 RBI-37 BATS-LEFT – RF – 1B – LF
                Chris Cannizzaro-BA-.240 HR-2 RBI-18 BATS-RIGHT – C
                Willie Davis----- BA-289 HR-19 RBI-79 BATS-LEFT – CF
                Steve Garvey---BA-.269 HR-9 RBI-30 BATS-RIGHT – 3B – 1B
                Lee Lacy------- BA-.259 HR-0 RBI-12 BATS-RIGHT – 2B
                Willie Mays------BA-.250 HR-8 RBI-22 BATS-RIGHT – CF – 1B
                Willie McCovey--BA-.213 HR-14 RBI-35 BATS-LEFT – 1B
                Manny Mota---- BA-.323 HR-5 RBI-48 BATS-RIGHT – LF
                Wes Parker------BA-.279 HR-4 RBI-59 BATS-BOTH – 1B – CF – RF
                Frank Robinson- BA-.251 HR-19 RBI-59 BATS-RIGHT – RF – LF
                Bill Russell------ BA-.272 HR-4 RBI-34 BATS-RIGHT – SS – RF
                Mike Schmidt----BA-.206 HR-1 RBI-3 BATS-RIGHT – 3B
                Bobby Valentine-BA-.274 HR-3 RBI-32 BATS-RIGHT – 2B – 3B – SS – CF
                Billy Williams-----BA-.333 HR-37 RBI-122 BATS-LEFT – LF – 1B

                Roster of Pitchers

                Jim Brewer----W/L 8-7 ERA-1.26 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-LEFT
                Steve Carlton-W/L 27-10 ERA-1.97 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-LEFT
                Al Downing----W/L 9-9 ERA-.2.98 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-RIGHT
                Tommy John---W/L 11-5 ERA-2.89 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-RIGHT
                Pete Mikkelsen-W/L 5-5 ERA-4.06 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
                Claude Osteen-W/L 20-11 ERA-2.64 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-LEFT
                Pete Richert---W/L 2-3 ERA-2.25 PITCHES-LEFT BATS-LEFT
                Mike Strahler--W/L 1-2 ERA-3.26 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT
                Don Sutton----W/L 19-9 ERA-2.08 PITCHES-RIGHT BATS-RIGHT

                Starting Lineup against left handed starting pitcher

                Willie Davis – CF
                Bobby Valentine – 2B
                Johnny Bench – C
                Billy Williams – LF
                Hank Aaron – 1B
                Frank Robinson – RF
                Bill Russell – SS
                Steve Garvey – 3B
                (pitchers spot)

                Starting Lineup against right handed starting pitcher

                Willie Davis – CF
                Bill Buckner – RF
                Johnny Bench – C
                Billy Williams – LF
                Hank Aaron – 1B
                Bill Russell – SS
                Bobby Valentine – 2B
                Steve Garvey – 3B
                (pitchers spot)

                Starting Pitching Rotation

                SP-Steve Carlton
                SP-Don Sutton
                SP-Claude Osteen
                SP-Tommy John

                Bullpen

                RP-Al Downing
                RP-Pete Mikkelsen
                RP-Pete Richert
                RP-Mike Strahler
                CL-Jim Brewer
                Last edited by John Shoemaker; 11-26-2012, 07:34 AM.

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                • #23
                  1959 Chicago White Sox - Final Roster

                  Changes:

                  Upgraded Billy Pierce to 1958 version
                  Upgraded Billy Goodman to 1958 version
                  Replaced Barry Latman with Camilo Pascual (1959 Washington Senators)
                  Replaced Ray Moore with Hoyt Wilhelm (1959 Baltimore Orioles)
                  Replaced Jim Rivera with Al Kaline (1959 Detroit Tigers)
                  Replaced Johnny Callison with Tito Francona (1959 Cleveland Indians)
                  Replaced Ken McBride with Frank Baumann (1960 Chicago White Sox)
                  Replaced Ted Kluszewski with Roy Sievers (1960 Chicago White Sox)

                  Pitchers

                  1959 Camilo Pascual
                  17-10 W-L, 2.64 ERA, 238.2 IP, 149 ERA+, 2.6 BB/9, 7.0 K/9, 0.4 HR/9
                  1959 Hoyt Wilhelm
                  15-11 W-L, 2.19 ERA, 226 IP, 173 ERA+, 3.1 BB/9, 5.5 K/9, 0.5 HR/9
                  1959 Bob Shaw
                  18-6 W-L, 2.59 ERA, 230.2 IP, 141 ERA+, 2.1 BB/9, 3.5 K/9, 0.6 HR/9
                  1959 Early Wynn
                  22-10 W-L, 3.17 ERA, 255.2 IP, 120 ERA+, 4.2 BB/9, 6.3 K/9, 0.7 HR/9
                  1958 Billy Pierce*
                  17-11 W-L, 2.68 ERA, 245 IP, 137 ERA+, 2.4 BB/9, 5.3 K/9, 1.2 HR/9
                  1959 Dick Donovan
                  9-10 W-L, 3.66 ERA, 179.2 IP, 104 ERA+, 2.9 BB/9, 3.6 K/9, 0.8 HR/9
                  1960 Frank Baumann*
                  13-6 W-L, 2.67 ERA, 185.1 IP, 144 ERA+, 3 SV, 2.6 BB/9, 3.4 K/9, 0.5 HR/9
                  1959 Rudy Arias*
                  2-0 W-L, 4.09 ERA, 44 IP, 93 ERA+, 2 SV, 4.1 BB/9, 5.7 K/9, 1.4 HR/9
                  1959 Gerry Staley
                  8-5 W-L, 2.24 ERA, 116.1 IP, 169 ERA+, 14 SV, 1.9 BB/9, 4.2 K/9, 0.4 HR/9
                  1959 Turk Lown
                  9-2 W-L, 2.89 ERA, 93.1 IP, 131 ERA+, 15 SV, 4.1 BB/9, 6.1 K/9, 1.2 HR/9

                  Main Lineup

                  C 1959 Sherm Lollar
                  576 PA, .265/.345/.451, 22 HR, 118 OPS+
                  1B 1960 Roy Sievers
                  525 PA, .295/.396/.534, 28 HR, 150 OPS+
                  2B 1959 Nellie Fox*
                  717 PA, .306/.380/.389, 2 HR, 113 OPS+
                  3B 1958 Billy Goodman*
                  471 PA, .299/.355/.358, 0 HR, 98 OPS+
                  SS 1959 Luis Aparicio
                  686 PA, .257/.316/.332, 6 HR, 56 SB, 79 OPS+
                  LF 1959 Tito Francona*
                  443 PA, .363/.414/.566, 20 HR, 171 OPS+
                  CF 1959 Jim Landis
                  623 PA, .272/.370/.379, 5 HR, 20 SB, 108 OPS+
                  RF 1959 Al Kaline
                  594 PA, .327/.410/.530, 27 HR, 10 SB, 151 OPS+

                  Bench

                  C 1959 John Romano
                  153 PA, .294/.407/.468, 5 HR, 141 OPS+
                  1B 1959 Earl Torgeson*
                  344 PA, .220/.359/.357, 9 HR, 7 SB, 99 OPS+
                  3B/OF 1959 Bubba Phillips
                  415 PA, .264/.319/.380, 5 HR, 92 OPS+
                  COF 1959 Jim McAnany
                  231 PA, .276/.339/.348, 0 HR, 90 OPS+
                  3B/SS 1959 Sammy Esposito
                  81 PA, .167/.282/.227, 1 HR, 43 OPS+
                  OF 1959 Al Smith
                  529 PA, .237/.311/.396, 17 HR, 7 SB, 94 OPS+
                  COF/1B 1959 Harry Simpson*
                  97 PA, .202/.258/.382, 3 HR, 74 OPS+


                  * - denotes LH batter/pitcher
                  Last edited by ian2813; 11-27-2012, 03:54 AM.
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                  • #24
                    Guys looks like we have 7 submitted "rough draft" final rosters

                    With a deadline of tomorrow for finalizing these

                    Windy City Fan has defaulted on several deadlines already with no posts in recent days so I am going to declare him and his teams "OUT" of both leagues (sorry, no offense but we need to move on)

                    I will ask for FINAL changes (if any) by tomorrow at 3 PM eastern time (Monday Nov 26) for the remaining 7 AL teams

                    Are we going to vote or run a sim?

                    please respond with a new post on this thread that your team is finalized and when we have seven we can begin the vote/SIM
                    Last edited by 9RoyHobbsRF; 11-25-2012, 07:32 PM.
                    1. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that many players are over-rated due to inflated stats from offensive home parks (and eras)
                    2. Strat-O-Matic Baseball Player, Collector and Hobbyist since 1969, visit my strat site: http://forums.delphiforums.com/GamersParadise
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                    • #25
                      1964 Twins roster finalized and complete
                      1. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that many players are over-rated due to inflated stats from offensive home parks (and eras)
                      2. Strat-O-Matic Baseball Player, Collector and Hobbyist since 1969, visit my strat site: http://forums.delphiforums.com/GamersParadise
                      3. My table top gaming blog: http://cary333.blogspot.com/

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                      • #26
                        It's fine either way, but we could just give WCF until the deadline tomorrow to catch up on everything. That's the deadline that really matters

                        As far as vote VS sim, we could do both...
                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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                        • #27
                          Do we actually have a simulator available? If we do, then I'd definitely like to use it. I think it'd be cool to see how the computer judges our teams.
                          Baseball Junk Drawer

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                          • #28
                            Both my 1975 Oakland Athletics and my 1972 Los Angeles Dodgers are finalized.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Wade8813 View Post
                              It's fine either way, but we could just give WCF until the deadline tomorrow to catch up on everything. That's the deadline that really matters

                              As far as vote VS sim, we could do both...
                              well he hasn't even submitted his INITIAL roster which was due a week ago
                              1. The more I learn, the more convinced I am that many players are over-rated due to inflated stats from offensive home parks (and eras)
                              2. Strat-O-Matic Baseball Player, Collector and Hobbyist since 1969, visit my strat site: http://forums.delphiforums.com/GamersParadise
                              3. My table top gaming blog: http://cary333.blogspot.com/

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by 9RoyHobbsRF View Post
                                well he hasn't even submitted his INITIAL roster which was due a week ago
                                I'm tired of WCF. This is the 2nd draft I've been in with him and both times he finish.
                                "Chuckie doesn't take on 2-0. Chuckie's hackin'." - Chuck Carr two days prior to being released by the Milwaukee Brewers

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