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  • #31
    1958 Braves - Preliminary Roster

    C Del Crandall
    1B Frank Torre
    2B Red Schoendienst
    SS Johnny Logan
    3B Eddie Mathews
    LF Wes Covington
    OF Hank Aaron
    CF Bill Bruton

    (C) Del Rice
    (1B/LF) Joe Adcock
    (2B) Mel Roach
    (2, S, OF) Felix Mantilla
    (LF) Andy Pafko
    (SS) Joe Koppe

    SP Warren Spahn
    SP Lew Burdette
    SP Bob Rush
    SP Carl Willey
    SP Juan Pizarro
    SP Joey Jay
    SP Bob Buhl

    RP Humberto Robinson
    RP Don McMahon
    RP Bob Trowbridge
    RP Gene Conley
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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    • #32
      1953 Brooklyn Dodgers- Initial Roster

      C Roy Campanella
      1B Gil Hodges
      2B Jim Gilliam
      SS Pee Wee Reese
      3B Billy Cox
      LF Jackie Robinson
      CF Duke Snider
      RF Carl Furillo

      C Rube Walker
      1B Wayne Belardi
      IF Bobby Morgan
      OF George Shuba
      OF Don Thompson
      OF Dick Williams

      P Carl Erskine
      P Russ Meyer
      P Billy Loes
      P Preacher Roe
      P Johnny Podres
      P Jim Hughes
      P Bob Milliken
      P Clem Labine
      P Ben Wade
      P Joe Black
      P Ralph Branca
      Last edited by BigRon; 11-26-2012, 01:44 PM. Reason: Forgot name of 1 of original 25.

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      • #33
        My AL roster is finalized, however I still have to input stats and notes for my team. These are the changes I'm making

        Drop Joe Dugan -----------> for Jimmy Dykes
        Drop Johnny Grabowski ----> for Mickey Cochrane
        Drop Cedric Durst ---------> for Harry Heilmann
        Drop Joe Giard ------------> for Ted Lyons
        Drop Ray Morehart -------> for Charlie Gehringer
        Drop Walter Beall ---------> for Tommy Thomas

        Herb Pennock --------> Herb Pennock 1928
        George Pipgras -------> George Pipgras 1928
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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        • #34
          The 1959 White Sox' roster is finalized.
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          • #35
            1953 Brooklyn Dodgers- Modified Roster

            The 1953 Dodgers were one of the best offensive teams of all times, combining high averages, outstanding power, and good baserunning. They were also a standout defensive team. Their only flaw was their pitching staff. They had lost ace Don Newcombe to the Korean War draft; Preacher Roe was fading; Joe Black struggled due to an arm injury after a brilliant rookie season. Collectively, their pitching was no better than average.

            I'll see what I can do to make this brilliant but flawed team even better.

            1. Robin Roberts replaces Ralph Branca.
            2. Warren Spahn replaces Russ Meyer.
            3. Stan Musial replaces Dick Williams.
            4. Eddie Mathews replaces Bobby Morgan.
            5. Hoyt Wilhelm replaces Jim Hughes.
            6. Lew Burdette replaces Ben Wade.
            1/2. Preacher Roe 1952 replaces Preacher Roe 1953.
            1/2. Joe Black 1952 replaces Joe Black 1953.

            I've added enormously to what was already among the best offensive lineups of all time with the addition of Musial in LF and Mathews at 3B. Jackie Robinson returns to 2B, where he was still excellent defensively. The lineup boasts a super-impressive collection of high BAs, high OBPs, high SAs, and home run firepower. The bench gets a big boost, with Cox, previous starter at 3B and SS, and Gilliam, 1953 ROY, at 2B, where he will start at least 30 games, spelling Robinson.

            The pitching staff gets a massive upgrade. Spahn and Roberts, the 2 best pitchers in the NL in 1953, anchor the starting rotation. Joe Black 1952 replaces 1953 Black. Black was one of the very best pitchers in the NL in '52- the best, on a rate stat basis. Wilhelm joins the staff as another ace short man to go along with Black and Labine- all 3 are capable of going multiple innings. Lew Burdette is an effective swingman, doing spot start duty with Roe 1952 version, as well as long/middle relief.

            1953 Brooklyn Dodgers- Final roster

            C Roy Campanella BR 312/395/611 41 HR 154 OPS+ 6.8 WAR
            1B Gil Hodges BR 302/393/550 31 HR 139 OPS+ 4.2 WAR
            2B Jackie Robinson BR 329/425/502 12 HR 137 OPS+ 6.7 WAR
            SS Pee Wee Reese BR 271/374/420 7 HR 104 OPS+ 4.9 WAR
            3B Eddie Mathews BL 302/406/627 47* HR 171* OPS+ 8.0 WAR
            LF Stan Musial BL 337/437*/609 30 HR 167 OPS+ 7.5 WAR
            CF Duke Snider BL 336/419/627* 42 HR 165 OPS+ 9.1* WAR
            RF Carl Furillo BR 344*/393/580 21 HR 146 OPS+ 4.5 WAR

            C Rube Walker
            1B Wayne Belardi 239/311/481 11 HR 101 OPS+
            2B Jim Gilliam 278/383/415 6 HR 105 OPS+ 21 SB 3.8 WAR
            3B/SS Billy Cox Billy Cox 291/363/443 10 HR 106 OPS+
            LF George Shuba 254/326/426 5 HR 92 OPS+
            CF/RF Don Thompson

            P Warren Spahn TL 23*-7 2.10* ERA 265.2 IP 1.058* WHIP 188 ERA+ 8.5 PWAR
            P Robin Roberts TR 23*-16 2.75 346.2* IP 1.111 WHIP 153 ERA+ 9.4* PWAR
            P Carl Erskine TR 20-6 3.54 246.2 IP 1.249 WHIP 121 ERA+ 3.9 PWAR
            P Lew Burdette TR 15-5 3.24 175.0 IP 1.331 WHIP 122 ERA+ 3.2 PWAR
            P Preacher Roe TL 11-2 3.12 158.2 IP 1.273 WHIP 118 ERA+ 2.6 PWAR
            P Billy Loes TR 13-8 4.54 162.2 IP 1.340 WHIP 95 ERA+ 0.2 PWAR
            P Johnny Podres TL 9-4 4.23 115 IP 1.652 WHIP 102 ERA+ 0.3 PWAR
            P Bob Milliken TR 8-4 117 IP 128 ERA+ 1.156 WHIP
            P Clem Labine TR 11-6 2.77 110.1 IP 1.106 WHIP 155 ERA+ 2.6 PWAR
            P Hoyt Wilhelm TR 68G 6-8 3.14 145 IP 1.467 WHIP 143 ERA+ 15 SV 3.4 PWAR
            P Joe Black 1952 TR 15-4 2.15 142.1 IP 1.005 WHIP 171 ERA+ 4.3 PWAR

            Here's how my team stacks up offensively in the NL in 1953:
            Position player WAR: 1-2-3-4-5-9
            BA: 1-3-4-8-10
            OBP: 1-2-3-4-8-10
            SA: 1-2-3-4-5-7Tie
            OPS: 1-2-3-4-5-8-10
            TB: 1-2-3-8Tie
            2B: 1-3Tie-3Tie-8Tie
            HR: 1-2-3-6-7Tie
            OPS+: 1-2-3-4-5-8-9

            Pitching WAR: 1-2-7-9-10, plus Joe Black 1952 would be #1 with 12 more IP
            ERA: 1-2-7-10, plus Black 1952 would be #1 with 12 more IP
            WHIP: 1-2-5, plus Black 1952 would be #1 with 12 more IP
            SO: 1-2-5
            CG: 1-2-5

            Typical Lineup vs RHP
            1. 2B Jackie Robinson BR 329/425/502 12 HR 137 OPS+ 6.7 WAR
            2. LF Stan Musial BL 337/437*/609 30 HR 167 OPS+ 7.5 WAR
            3. CF Duke Snider BL 336/419/627* 42 HR 165 OPS+ 9.1* WAR
            4. C Roy Campanella BR 312/395/611 41 HR 154 OPS+ 6.8 WAR
            5. 3B Eddie Mathews BL 302/406/627 47* HR 171* OPS+ 8.0 WAR
            6. RF Carl Furillo BR 344*/393/580 21 HR 146 OPS+ 4.5 WAR
            7. 1B Gil Hodges BR 302/393/550 31 HR 139 OPS+ 4.2 WAR
            8. SS Pee Wee Reese BR 271/374/420 7 HR 104 OPS+ 4.9 WAR


            Typical Lineup vs LHP
            1. SS Pee Wee Reese BR 271/374/420 7 HR 104 OPS+ 4.9 WAR
            2. 2B Jackie Robinson BR 329/425/502 12 HR 137 OPS+ 6.7 WAR
            3. LF Stan Musial BL 337/437*/609 30 HR 167 OPS+ 7.5 WAR
            4. C Roy Campanella BR 312/395/611 41 HR 154 OPS+ 6.8 WAR
            5. 3B Eddie Mathews BL 302/406/627 47* HR 171* OPS+ 8.0 WAR
            6. RF Carl Furillo BR 344*/393/580 21 HR 146 OPS+ 4.5 WAR
            7. 1B Gil Hodges BR 302/393/550 31 HR 139 OPS+ 4.2 WAR
            8. CF Duke Snider BL 336/419/627* 42 HR 165 OPS+ 9.1* WAR


            Pitching Lineup
            SP Warren Spahn TL 23*-7 2.10* ERA 265.2 IP 1.058* WHIP 188 ERA+ 8.5 PWAR
            SP Robin Roberts TR 23*-16 2.75 346.2* IP 1.111 WHIP 153 ERA+ 9.4* PWAR
            SP Carl Erskine TR 20-6 3.54 246.2 IP 1.249 WHIP 121 ERA+ 3.9 PWAR
            Start/Long Relief Lew Burdette TR 15-5 3.24 175.0 IP 1.331 WHIP 122 ERA+ 3.2 PWAR
            Start/Long Relief Preacher Roe 1952 TL 11-2 3.12 158.2 IP 1.273 WHIP 118 ERA+ 2.6 PWAR
            Middle Relief/Spot Start Billy Loes TR 13-8 4.54 162.2 IP 1.340 WHIP 95 ERA+ 0.2 PWAR
            Middle Relief Johnny Podres TL 9-4 4.23 115 IP 1.652 WHIP 102 ERA+ 0.3 PWAR
            Middle Relief Bob Milliken TR 8-4 117 IP 1.156 WHIP 128 ERA+
            Short Relief Clem Labine TR 11-6 2.77 110.1 IP 1.106 WHIP 155 ERA+ 2.6 PWAR
            Short Relief Hoyt Wilhelm TR 68G 6-8 3.14 145 IP 1.467 WHIP 143 ERA+ 15 SV 3.4 PWAR
            Short Relief Joe Black 1952 TR 15-4 2.15 142.1 IP 1.005 WHIP 171 ERA+ 4.3 PWAR
            Last edited by BigRon; 12-05-2012, 06:23 PM.

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            • #36
              1965 San Francisco Giants Initial Roster

              Juan Marichal
              Bob Shaw
              Gaylord Perry
              Jack Sanford
              Ron Herbel
              Bobby Bolin
              Masanori Murakami
              Frank Linzy
              Bill Henry

              Tom Haller
              Jack Hiatt

              Willie McCovey
              Orlando Cepeda
              Hal Lanier
              Dick Schofield
              Jim Ray Hart
              Jim Davenport
              Tito Fuentes

              Len Gabrielson
              Willie Mays
              Jesus Alou
              Matty Alou
              Cap Peterson
              Harvey Kuenn
              Ken Henderson
              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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              • #37
                1965 Giants

                Player Changes (subject to deadline day change)

                1. 1965 Sandy Koufax added replaces Ken Henderson on roster

                2. 1965 Hank Aaron added replaces Harvey Kuenn on roster

                3. 1965 Billy Williams added replaces Matty Alou on roster

                4. 1965 Ron Santo added replaces Tito Fuentes on roster

                5. 1965 Pete Rose added replaces Hal Lanier on roster

                6. 1965 Maury Wills added replaces Dick Schofield on roster

                7. (A) Gaylord Perry will be upgraded to his 1966 season

                7. (B) Orlando Cepeda will be upgraded to his 1964 season
                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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                • #38
                  1948 Boston Braves - Initial Roster

                  P 1948 Johnny Sain
                  P 1948 Warren Spahn*
                  P 1948 Bill Voiselle
                  P 1948 Vern Bickford
                  P 1948 Red Barrett
                  P 1948 Bobby Hogue
                  P 1948 Nels Potter
                  P 1948 Clyde Shoun*
                  P 1948 Ernie White*
                  P 1948 Johnny Antonelli*
                  C 1948 Phil Masi
                  1B 1948 Earl Torgeson*
                  2B 1948 Eddie Stanky
                  3B 1948 Bob Elliott
                  SS 1948 Al Dark
                  LF 1948 Jeff Heath*
                  CF 1948 Jim Russell#
                  RF 1948 Tommy Holmes*
                  C 1948 Bill Salkeld*
                  IF 1948 Frank McCormick
                  IF 1948 Connie Ryan
                  IF 1948 Sibby Sisti
                  OF 1948 Mike McCormick
                  OF 1948 Clint Conatser
                  OF 1948 Danny Litwhiler
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                  • #39
                    I will have very limited computer access from Saturday December 1 thru Thursday December 6. I will try to get to a computer sometime during these days but if I can't just vote without me - don't wait for me.
                    Last edited by John Shoemaker; 11-28-2012, 04:42 PM.

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                    • #40
                      1948 Boston Braves - Final Roster

                      Changes:

                      Upgraded Warren Spahn to 1947 version
                      Upgraded Phil Masi to 1947 version
                      Upgraded Johnny Antonelli to 1949 version
                      Upgraded Connie Ryan to 1949 version
                      Replaced Nels Potter with Dutch Leonard (1948 Philadelphia Phillies)
                      Replaced Ernie White with Harry Brecheen (1948 St. Louis Cardinals)
                      Replaced Frank McCormick with Johnny Mize (1948 New York Giants)
                      Replaced Sibby Sisti with Jackie Robinson (1948 Brooklyn Dodgers)
                      Replaced Clint Conatser with Stan Musial (1948 St. Louis Cardinals)

                      Pitchers

                      SP 1947 Warren Spahn*
                      21-10 W-L, 2.33 ERA, 289.2 IP, 170 ERA+, 2.6 BB/9, 3.8 K/9, 0.5 HR/9
                      SP 1948 Harry Brecheen*
                      20-7 W-L, 2.24 ERA, 233.1 IP, 182 ERA+, 1.9 BB/9, 5.7 K/9, 0.2 HR/9
                      SP 1948 Johnny Sain
                      24-15 W-L, 2.60 ERA, 314.2 IP, 149 ERA+, 2.4 BB/9, 3.9 K/9, 0.5 HR/9
                      SP 1948 Dutch Leonard
                      12-17 W-L, 2.51 ERA, 225.2 IP, 156 ERA+, 2.2 BB/9, 3.7 K/9, 0.4 HR/9
                      SP 1948 Vern Bickford
                      11-5 W-L, 3.27 ERA, 146 IP, 119 ERA+, 3.9 BB/9, 3.7 K/9, 0.6 HR/9
                      RP 1948 Red Barrett
                      7-8 W-L, 3.65 ERA, 128.1 IP, 107 ERA+, 1.8 BB/9, 2.8 K/9, 0.6 HR/9
                      RP 1949 Johnny Antonelli*
                      3-7 W-L, 3.56 ERA, 96 IP, 107 ERA+, 3.9 BB/9, 4.5 K/9, 0.6 HR/9
                      RP 1948 Bill Voiselle
                      13-13 W-L, 3.63 ERA, 215.2 IP, 107 ERA+, 3.8 BB/9, 3.7 K/9, 0.8 HR/9
                      RP 1948 Clyde Shoun*
                      5-1 W-L, 4.01 ERA, 74 IP, 97 ERA+, 2.4 BB/9, 3.0 K/9, 0.9 HR/9
                      RP 1948 Bobby Hogue
                      8-2 W-L, 3.23 ERA, 86.1 IP, 120 ERA+, 2.0 BB/9, 4.5 K/9, 0.4 HR/9

                      Main Lineup

                      C 1947 Phil Masi
                      470 PA, .304/.377/.443, 9 HR, 7 SB, 119 OPS+
                      1B 1948 Johnny Mize*
                      658 PA, .289/.395/.564, 40 HR, 156 OPS+
                      2B 1948 Jackie Robinson
                      648 PA, .296/.367/.453, 12 HR, 22 SB, 117 OPS+
                      3B 1948 Bob Elliott
                      677 PA, .283/.423/.474, 23 HR, 6 SB, 143 OPS+
                      SS 1948 Alvin Dark
                      581 PA, .322/.353/.433, 3 HR, 113 OPS+
                      LF 1948 Jeff Heath*
                      420 PA, .319/.404/.582, 20 HR, 165 OPS+
                      CF 1948 Stan Musial*
                      698 PA, .376/.450/.702, 39 HR, 7 SB, 200 OPS+
                      RF 1948 Tommy Holmes*
                      638 PA, .325/.375/.439, 6 HR, 121 OPS+

                      Bench

                      C 1948 Bill Salkeld*
                      250 PA, .242/.378/.414, 8 HR, 115 OPS+
                      1B 1948 Earl Torgeson*
                      533 PA, .253/.372/.397, 10 HR, 109 OPS+
                      2B 1948 Eddie Stanky
                      313 PA, .320/.455/.417, 2 HR, 138 OPS+
                      IF 1949 Connie Ryan
                      234 PA, .250/.319/.409, 6 HR, 98 OPS+
                      CF 1948 Jim Russell#
                      375 PA, .264/.361/.410, 9 HR, 109 OPS+
                      OF 1948 Mike McCormick
                      384 PA, .303/.363/.417, 1 HR, 111 OPS+
                      COF/3B 1948 Danny Litwhiler
                      430 PA, .275/.367/.456, 14 HR, 124 OPS+

                      * - denotes LH batter/pitcher
                      # - denotes switch-hitter
                      Last edited by ian2813; 12-04-2012, 04:49 AM.
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                      • #41
                        Guys I am sorry = have been on pins and needles the last week or so

                        I accepted a really nice job and was supposed to start last Friday and had about 6 work days to do 2 weeks of home study before I traveled to the east coast for a week of training but due to delays on the company's end , I am now only starting tomorrow and will have all of 3 business days to do 2 weeks of home study

                        SO I will submit my roster for the 1965 Giants and then will have to ask someone else to finish the last part of the league, mainly the two rounds of votes/sims

                        Anyone?
                        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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                        • #42
                          1965 San Francisco Giants Final Roster (stats to be added later today)

                          ROTATION
                          1965 Sandy Koufax 26-8 2.04 ERA
                          335.2 IP 216 H 382 K 7 BB 26 HR 160 ERA+ 0.855 WHIP 27 CG 8 SHO 2 S
                          1965 Juan Marichal 22-13 2.14 ERA
                          295.1 IP 224 H 240 K 46 BB 27 HR 169 ERA+ 0.914 WHIP 24 CG 10 SHO 2 S
                          1966 Gaylord Perry 21-8 2.99 ERA
                          255.2 IP 242 H 201 K 40 BB 15 HR 124 ERA+ 1.103 WHIP 13 CG 3 SHO
                          1965 Bob Shaw 16-9 2.64 ERA
                          235 IP 213 H 148 K 53 BB 17 HR 137 ERA+ 1.132 WHIP 6 CG 1 S 2 SHO

                          STARTERS/RELIEVERS
                          1965 Ron Herbel 12-9 3.85 ERA
                          170.2 IP 172 H 106 K 46 BB 16 HR 94 ERA+ 1.283 WHIP 1 CG 1 S
                          1965 Jack Sanford 4-5 3.96 ERA
                          91 IP 92H 43 K 30 BB 11 HR 92 ERA+ 1.341 WHIP 2 S


                          BULLPEN
                          1965 Bobby Bolin 14-6 2.76 ERA
                          163 IP 125 H 135 K 56 BB 17 HR 131 ERA+1.110 WHIP 2 CG 2 S
                          1965 Masanori Murakami 4-1 3.75 ERA
                          74.1 IP 57 H 85 K 22 BB 9 HR 97 ERA+ 1.063 WHIP 8 S
                          1965 Bill Henry[/B] 2-2 3.64 ERA
                          42 IP 40 H 35 K 8 BB 2 HR 100 ERA+ 1.143 WHIP 4 S
                          1965 Frank Linzy 9-3 1.43 ERA
                          81.2 IP 76 H 35 K 23 BB 2 HR 253 ERA+ 1.212 WHIP 21 S



                          1. 1965 Pete Rose 2B
                          757 PA 670 AB .312 BA 11 HR 11 3B 35 2B 117 R 81 RBI 69 BB .382 OB .446 SA 127 OPS+
                          2. 1965 Billy Williams LF
                          719 PA 645 AB .315 BA 34 HR 6 3B 39 2B 115 R 108 RBI 65 BB .377 OB .552 SA 157 OPS+
                          3. 1965 Willie Mays CF
                          638 PA 558 AB .317 BA 52 HR 3 3B 21 2B 118 R 112 RBI 76 BB .398 OB .645 SA 185 OPS+
                          4. 1965 Willie McCovey 1B
                          639 PA 540 AB .276 BA 39 HR 4 3B 17 2B 93 R 92 RBI 88 BB .381 OB .539 SA 153 OPS+
                          5. 1965 Hank Aaron RF
                          639 PA 570 AB .318 BA 32 HR 1 3B 40 2B109 R 89 RBI 60 BB .379 OB .560 SA 161 OPS+
                          6. 1965 Ron Santo 3B
                          704 PA 608 AB .285 BA 33 HR 4 3B 30 2B 88 R 101 RBI 88 BB .378 OB .510 SA 146 OPS+
                          7. 1965 Tom Haller C
                          486 PA 422 AB .251 BA 16 HR 3 3B 4 2B 40 R 49 RBI 47 BB .335 OB .389 SA 101 OPS+
                          8. 1965 Maury Wills SS
                          711 PA 650 AB .286 BA 0 HR 7 3B 14 2B 92 R 33 RBI .330 OB .329 SA 93 OPS+ 94 SB

                          R 1965 Jack Hiatt
                          80 PA 67 AB .284 BA 1 HR 0 3B 4 2B 5 R 7 RBI .392 OB .388 SA 119 OPS+
                          R 1964 Orlando Cepeda
                          588 PA 529 AB .304 31 HR 2 3B 27 2B 75 R 97 RBI 43 BB .361 OB .529 SA 148 OPS+
                          R 1965 Jim Davenport
                          302 PA 271 AB .251 BA 4 HR 3 3B 14 2B 29 R 31 RBI 21 BB .304 OB .369 SA 87 OPS+
                          R 1965 Jim Ray Hart
                          649 PA 591 AB .299 23 HR 6 3B 30 2B 91 R 96 RBI 47 BB .349 OB .487 SA 131 OPS+
                          R 1965 Len Gabrielson* combined stats
                          356 PA 317 AB .293 BA 7 HR 5 3B 6 2B 40 R 31 RBI 33 BB .362 OB .410 SA 115 OPS+
                          R 1965 Jesus Alou
                          567 PA 543 AB .298 9 HR 4 3B 19 2B 76 R 52 RBI 13 BB .317 OB .398 SA 98 OPS+
                          R 1965 Cap Peterson
                          117 PA 105 AB .248 3 HR 0 3B 7 2B 14 R 15 RBI 10 BB .310 OB .400 SA 97 OPS+
                          Last edited by 9RoyHobbsRF; 12-04-2012, 03:46 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
                          3. My table top gaming blog: http://cary333.blogspot.com/

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                          • #43
                            It was fun making the rosters but It's pretty tough to pick a winner. If I had to choose which team was the best other than my 1931 Athletics, I would probably go with Bigrons 1953 Brooklyn Dodger team. That 1927 Yankees team would be up there too.
                            "(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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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by chicagowhitesox1173 View Post
                              It was fun making the rosters but It's pretty tough to pick a winner. If I had to choose which team was the best other than my 1931 Athletics, I would probably go with Bigrons 1953 Brooklyn Dodger team. That 1927 Yankees team would be up there too.
                              cool

                              just remember we pick league winners first then have a world series winner
                              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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                              • #45
                                Are we in fact going to use a simulator? It might be easier than trying to rank all these teams by ourselves.
                                Baseball Junk Drawer

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