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  • Roster Thread: Stock team draft league with parameters

    Please FIRST post your INITIAL rosters here

    These should be 25 man rosters with players ONLY from the year and team you drafted

    Once posted, you should not edit or change anything as these will be used to determine what players are eligible for upgrades etc.

    LATER you can post a NEW post with your FINAL rosters notating additions and upgrades, lineups, rotations, usage etc.
    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/

  • #2
    1927 Yankees Initial Roster
    C Pat Collins
    1B Lou Gehrig
    2,SS,3 Tony Lazzeri
    SS Mark Koenig
    3B Joe Dugan
    LF/RF Bob Muesel
    CF Earle Combs
    LF/RF Babe Ruth

    (C) Johnny Grabowski
    (C) Benny Bengough
    (2B) Ray Morehart
    (3B) Mike Gazella
    (LF/RF) Cedric Durst
    (CF) Ben Paschal
    (3B) Julie Wera

    SP Waite Hoyt
    SP Herb Pennock
    SP Urban Shocker
    SP Dutch Reuther
    SP George Pipgras

    P Wilcy Moore
    P Myles Thomas
    P Bob Shawkey
    P Joe Giard
    P Walter Beall
    Last edited by Wade8813; 11-21-2012, 01:08 PM. Reason: spelling mistake
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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    • #3
      1979 Milwaukee Brewers Original 25-Man Roster

      C - Charlie Moore
      1B - Cecil Cooper*
      2B - Paul Molitor
      SS - Robin Yount
      3B - Sal Bando
      LF - Ben Oglivie*
      CF - Gorman Thomas
      RF - Sixto Lezcano

      C - Buck Martinez
      1B/2B/3B - Don Money
      2B/3B/SS - Jim Gantner*
      LF - Larry Hisle
      LF/RF - Dick Davis
      LF/CF/RF - Jim Wohlford

      SP - Lary Sorensen
      SP - Mike Caldwell*
      SP - Jim Slaton
      SP - Bill Travers*
      SP - Moose Haas

      RP - Bill Castro
      RP - Jerry Augustine*
      RP - Bob McClure*
      RP - Reggie Cleveland
      RP - Paul Mitchell
      RP - Dan Boitano

      % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - % - %

      1977 Philadelphia Phillies Original 25-Man Roster

      C - Bob Boone
      1B - Richie Hebner*
      2B - Davey Johnson
      SS - Larry Bowa#
      3B - Mike Schmidt
      LF - Greg Luzinski*
      CF - Garry Maddox
      RF - Jay Johnstone*

      C - Tim McCarver*
      1B - Tommy Hutton*
      2B/SS/3B - Terry Harmon
      LF/RF - Ollie Brown
      LF/CF/RF - Jerry Martin
      CF/RF - Bake McBride

      SP - Steve Carlton*
      SP - Larry Christenson
      SP - Jim Kaat*
      SP - Jim Lonborg
      SP - Randy Lerch

      RP - Gene Garber
      RP - Ron Reed
      RP - Tug McGraw*
      RP - Warren Brusstar
      RP/SP - Tom Underwood*
      RP/SP - Wayne Twitchell
      Last edited by Ben Grimm; 11-20-2012, 08:32 AM.
      "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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      • #4
        1959 Chicago White Sox: 25-Man Roster

        P - Early Wynn
        P - Bob Shaw
        P - Billy Pierce
        P - Dick Donovan
        P - Barry Latman
        P - Ken McBride
        P - Rudy Arias
        P - Ray Moore
        P - Gerry Staley
        P - Turk Lown

        C -Sherm Lollar
        1B - Earl Torgeson
        2B - Nellie Fox
        3B - Bubba Phillips
        SS - Luis Aparicio
        LF - Al Smith
        CF - Jim Landis
        RF - Jim McAnany

        C -John Romano
        IF - Ted Kluszewski
        IF - Billy Goodman
        IF - Sammy Esposito
        OF - Jim Rivera
        OF - Johnny Callison
        OF - Harry Simpson
        Baseball Junk Drawer

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        • #5
          1964 MINNESOTA TWINS INITIAL ROSTER

          P Camilo Pascual
          P Jim Kaat
          P Dick Stigman
          P Mudcat Grant
          P Lee Stange
          P Al Worthington
          P Jim Perry
          P Johnny Klippstein
          P Bill Dailey

          C Earl Battey
          1B Bob Allison
          2B Bernie Allen
          SS Zoilo Versalles
          3B Rich Rollins
          LF Harmon Killebrew
          CF Jimmie Hall
          RF Tony Oliva

          R Jerry Zimmerman
          R Don Mincher
          R Frank Kostro
          R Jerry Kindall
          R Johnny Goryl
          R Vic Power
          R Jay Ward
          R Jim Snyder
          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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          • #6
            1946 Detroit Tigers Initial Roster

            C Birdie Tebbetts
            1B Hank Greenberg
            2B Jimmy Bloodworth
            SS Eddie Lake
            3B George Kell
            LF Hoot Evers
            CF Dick Wakefield
            RF Roy Cullenbine

            C Paul Richards
            IF/OF Jimmy Outlaw
            IF Eddie Mayo
            IF Skeeter Webb
            OF Pat Mullin
            OF Doc Cramer
            OF Barnie McCoskey

            P Hal Newhouser
            P Virgil Trucks
            P Dizzy Trout
            P Fred Hutchinson
            P Al Benton
            P Stubby Overmire
            P George Cash
            P Hal White
            P Johnny Gorsica
            P Tommy Bridges

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            • #7
              1931 Philadelphia Athletics initial roster

              C1.) Mickey Cochrane
              1B.) Jimmy Foxx
              2B.) Max Bishop
              SS.) Dib Williams
              3B.) Jimmy Dykes
              LF.) Al Simmons
              CF.) Bing Miller
              RF.) Mule Haas


              IF.) Eric McNair
              SS.) Joe Boley
              OF.) Doc Cramer
              1B.) Phil Todt
              OF.) Jimmie Moore
              C2.) Johnnie Heving
              OF.) Lou Finney

              SP1. Lefty Grove
              SP2. Rube Walberg
              SP3. Goerge Earnshaw
              SP4. Roy Mahaffey
              SP5. Waite Hoyt

              1.) Eddie Rommel
              2.) Jim Peterson
              3.) Bill Shores
              4.) Lew Krause
              5.) Sol Carter


              1925 Pittsburgh Pirates initial roster

              C1. Earl Smith
              1B. Goerge Grantham
              2B. Eddie Moore
              SS. Glenn Wright
              3B. Pie Traynor
              LF. Max Carey
              CF. Kiki Cuyler
              RF. Clyde Barnhart

              C2. Johnny Gooch
              1B. Stuffy McInnis
              OF. Carson Bigbee
              2B. Johnny Rawlings
              1B. Al Niehaus
              2B. Fresco Thompson
              C3. Roy Spencer


              SP1. Lee Meadows
              SP2. Ray Kremer
              SP3. Vic Aldridge
              SP4. Johnny Morrison
              SP5. Emil Yde

              Babe Adams
              Tom Sheehan
              Red Oldham
              Bud Culloton
              Don Songer



              re-edit soon[/B]
              Last edited by chicagowhitesox1173; 11-22-2012, 10:26 AM.
              "(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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              • #8
                1975 Oakland A’s - Initial roster

                C – Gene Tenace
                1B – Joe Rudi
                2B – Phil Garner
                3B – Sal Bando
                SS – Bert Campaneris
                LF – Claudell Washington
                CF – Bill North
                RF – Reggie Jackson

                Billy Williams (1B)
                Jim Holt (1B)
                Tommy Harper (1B – RF – LF)
                Angel Mangual (LF – RF – CF)
                Ray Fosse (C)
                Ted Martinez (SS - 2B - 3B)
                Larry Haney (C)

                SP – Vida Blue
                SP – Ken Holtzman
                SP – Dick Bosman
                SP – Stan Bahnsen
                SP – Glenn Abbott

                RP – Rollie Fingers
                RP – Paul Linblad
                RP – Jim Todd
                RP – Jim Perry
                RP – Sonny Siebert


                1972 Los Angeles Dodgers - Initial roster

                C – Chris Cannizzaro
                1B – Wes Parker
                2B – Lee Lacy
                3B – Steve Garvey
                SS – Bill Russell
                LF – Manny Mota
                CL – Willie Davis
                RF – Frank Robinson

                Bill Buckner (RF – 1B – LF)
                Bobby Valentine (2B – 3B – SS – CF – LF – RF)
                Willie Crawford (LF – RF)
                Jim Lefebvre (2B)
                Steve Yeager (C)
                Duke Sims (C)
                Billy Grabarkewitz (3B – 2B)
                Maurey Wills (SS – 3B)

                SP – Don Sutton
                SP – Claude Osteen
                SP – Tommy John
                SP – Al Downing

                RP – Bill Singer
                RP – Jim Brewer
                RP – Pete Richert
                RP – Pete Mikkelsen
                RP – Mike Strahler
                Last edited by John Shoemaker; 11-20-2012, 12:23 PM.

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                • #9
                  Windy City initial AL rosters are due today ?
                  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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                  • #10
                    1979 Milwaukee Brewers MODIFIED 25-Man Roster

                    C - Darrell Porter*
                    1B - Cecil Cooper*
                    2B/SS - Paul Molitor
                    SS - Robin Yount
                    3B/1B - Sal Bando
                    LF - Ben Oglivie*
                    CF - Willie Wilson#
                    RF - Sixto Lezcano

                    C - Charlie Moore
                    1B/2B/3B - Don Money
                    2B/SS/3B - Jim Gantner*
                    LF/CF - Larry Hisle
                    LF/RF - Dick Davis
                    CF - Gorman Thomas

                    * - Bats Left, # - Bats Both

                    SP - Mike Caldwell*
                    SP - Moose Haas
                    SP - Ron Guidry*
                    SP - Lary Soren
                    SP - Jim Slaton
                    SW - Bill Travers*
                    RP - Bill Castro
                    RP - Jerry Augustine*
                    RP - Paul Mitchell
                    RP - Bob McClure*
                    RP - Dan Boitano

                    * - Throws Left

                    Player in RED is from different team.
                    Player in BLUE is from 1978 season.
                    Player in GREEN is from 1980 season.

                    Selected Darrell Porter from 1979 Royals to replace Buck Martinez.
                    Selected Willie Wilson from 1979 Royals to replace Jim Wohlford.
                    Selected Ron Guidry from 1979 Yankees to replace Reggie Cleveland.
                    Upgraded Sal Bando, Don Money, Mike Caldwell & Larry Sorensen to 1978 season.
                    Upgraded Robin Yount, Ben Oglivie, Moose Haas & Paul Mitchell to 1980 season.

                    Team Statistics

                    Hitting
                    Code:
                    POS       Player Name     Year   GP  Runs  Hits  2B  3B  HR   RBI  SB   BB   AVG   OBP   SLG  OPS+  TB  WAR
                    .
                    C         Darrell Porter* 1979  157   101   155  23  10  20   112   3  121  .291  .421  .484  142  258  7.4
                    1B        Cecil Cooper*	  1979  150    83   182  44   1  24   106  15   56  .308  .364  .508  133  300  3.5
                    2B/SS     Paul Molitor    1979  140    88   188  27  16   9    62  33   48  .322  .372  .469  126  274  5.5
                    SS        Robin Yount	  1980  143   121   179  49  10  23    87  20   26  .293  .321  .519  130  317  7.0
                    3B/1B	  Sal Bando	  1978  152    85   154  20   6  17    78   3   72  .285  .371  .439  128  237  5.3
                    LF/RF	  Ben Oglivie*	  1980  156    94   180  26   2  41   118   9   54  .304  .362  .563  153  333  6.2        
                    LF/CF/RF  Willie Wilson#  1979  154   113   185  18  13   6    49  83   28  .315  .351  .420  106  247  6.0
                    RF/LF	  Sixto Lezcano   1979  138    84   152  29   3  28   101   4   77  .321  .414  .573  164  271  5.4
                    .
                    C         Charlie Moore   1979  111    45   101  16   2   5    38   8   29  .300  .355  .404  105  136  1.8
                    1B/2B/3B  Don Money       1978  137    88   152  30   2  14    54   3   48  .293  .361  .440  125  228  4.5
                    2B/SS/3B  Jim Gantner*    1979   70    29    59  10   3   2    22   3   16  .284  .336  .389   96   81  1.2
                    LF/RF     Larry Hisle     1979   26    18    27   7   0   3    14   1   11  .281  .352  .448  115   43  0.1
                    LF/RF     Dick Davis      1979   91    51    89  13   1  12    41   3   16  .266  .298  .418   92  140  0.0
                    CF        Gorman Thomas   1979  156    97   136  29   0  45   123   1   98  .244  .356  .539  138  300  4.5
                    Pitching
                    Code:
                    PIT  Pitcher Name      Year  GS  CG  GF   ERA   W  SV   IP   SO   WHIP  ERA+   K/9  WAR
                    .
                    SP   Ron Guidry*       1979  30  15   3  2.78  18   2  236  201  1.159   146   7.7  6.2
                    SP   Moose Haas        1980  33  14   0  3.10  16   0  252  146  1.197   125   5.2  4.2
                    SP   Mike Caldwell*    1978  34  23   1  2.36  22   1  293  131  1.064   160   4.0  7.8
                    SP   Lary Sorensen     1978  36  17   1  3.21  18   1  281   78  1.165   118   2.5  4.7
                    SP   Jim Slaton        1979  31  12   0  3.63  15   0  213   80  1.329   115   3.4  3.3
                    SW   Bill Travers*     1979  27   9   2  3.89  14   0  187   74  1.286   108   3.6  2.2
                    RP   Bill Castro       1979   0   0  35  1.81   5   8   50   17  1.148   210   3.1  1.5
                    RP   Jerry Augustine*  1979   2   0  23  3.47   9   5   86   41  1.459   121   4.3  1.2
                    RP   Paul Mitchell     1980  11   1   4  3.53   5   1   89   29  1.198   111   2.9  0.8
                    RP   Bob McClure*      1979   0   0  16  3.88   5   5   51   37  1.510   109   6.5  0.0 
                    RP   Dan Boitano       1979   0   0   3  1.50   0   0    6    5  1.500   296   7.5  0.3
                    Batting Splits
                    Code:
                                                           vs LHP                vs RHP
                    POS         Name          BATS    AVG/OBP/SLG/sOPS+     AVG/OBP/SLG/sOPS+
                    
                    C        Darrell Porter    LH    .280/.414/.447/153    .296/.424/.500/144
                    C        Charlie Moore     RH    .291/.374/.367/101    .302/.349/.415/119
                    1B       Cecil Cooper      LH    .235/.279/.301/ 71    .330/.389/.570/150
                    1B/2B/3B Don Money         RH    .348/.405/.513/152    .278/.348/.419/128
                    2B/SS    Paul Molitor      RH    .387/.446/.585/176    .301/.349/.432/123
                    2B/SS/3B Jim Gantner       LH    .227/.320/.273/ 76    .290/.338/.403/ 95
                    SS       Robin Yount       RH    .277/.307/.484/113    .300/.328/.534/154
                    3B/1B    Sal Bando         RH    .278/.374/.414/118    .287/.370/.447/143
                    LF/CF/RF Willie Wilson     SH    .290/.322/.404/ 94    .327/.365/.428/109
                    LF/RF    Ben Oglivie       LH    .308/.344/.547/163    .302/.371/.570/246
                    LF/RF    Larry Hisle       RH    .190/.261/.238/ 36    .307/.376/.507/151
                    LF/RF    Dick Davis        RH    .242/.275/.371/ 72    .280/.312/.445/115
                    CF       Gorman Thomas     RH    .265/.405/.598/166    .238/.340/.520/143
                    RF/LF    Sixto Lezcano     RH    .411/.535/.777/249    .294/.373/.510/151
                    Lineups
                    Code:
                    vs LHP
                    
                    2B P. Molitor  (.387/.446/.585)
                    1B D. Money    (.348/.405/.513)
                    LF B. Oglivie* (.308/.344/.547)
                    RF S. Lezcano  (.411/.535/.777)
                    CF G. Thomas   (.265/.405/.598)
                    C  D. Porter*  (.280/.414/.447)
                    3B S. Bando    (.278/.374/.414)
                    SS R. Yount    (.277/.307/.484)
                    
                    PH Priorities: W. Wilson#, C. Moore, C. Cooper, D. Davis, L. Hisle, J. Gantner*
                    
                    vs RHP
                    
                    CF W. Wilson#  (.327/.365/.428)
                    2B P. Molitor  (.301/.349/.432)
                    1B C. Cooper*  (.330/.389/.570)
                    LF B. Oglivie* (.302/.371/.570)
                    RF S. Lezcano  (.294/.373/.510)
                    SS R. Yount    (.300/.328/.534)
                    C  D. Porter*  (.296/.424/.500)
                    3B S. Bando    (.287/.370/.447)
                    
                    PH Priorities: G. Thomas, L. Hisle, D. Davis, D. Money, C. Moore, J. Gantner*
                    
                    * - Bats Left, # - Bats Both
                    ~~Post is subject to modification up until submittal deadline~~
                    Last edited by Ben Grimm; 11-21-2012, 01:49 PM.
                    "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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                    • #11
                      ~~Post is subject to modification up until submittal deadline~~

                      looks good Ben
                      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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                      • #12
                        1964 Minnesota Twins
                        79-83, .488 (Pythagorean 87-75)
                        tied for 6th Place American League
                        Runs Scored 737 (#1 in AL)
                        Runs Allowed 678 (tied for 5th in AL)

                        The 1960s Twins were a heavy hitting team sprinkled with some good individual pitching seasons. The 1965 Team won the pennant, however, individually, maybe 90% of the team or more had better seasons in other years.

                        I selected the 1964 team for my AL representative.

                        Here are my 7 moves (subject to change prior to Monday deadline)

                        1) Dean Chance, 1964 Los Angeles Angels, P. Cy Young Winner (both leagues) . Counts as 1 move
                        20-9 1.65 ERA 200 ERA+
                        Chance replaces P Dick Stigman on the roster

                        2) Brooks Robinson, 1964 Baltimore Orioles, 3B. League MVP. Counts as 1 Move
                        .317 28 HR 118 RBI Gold Glove.
                        Robinson replaces Jerry Kindall on the roster

                        3) Felix Mantilla, 1964 Boston Red Sox, UTL. Mantilla can play 2B (he will be penciled in as starter here), as well as 3B, LF, RF, SS and CF! Counts as 1 move.
                        .289 30 HR 64 RBI
                        Mantilla replaces Jay Ward on the roster.

                        4) Mickey Mantle, 1964 New York Yankees, OF. Counts as 1 move
                        .303 35 HR 111 RBI
                        Mantle replaces Johnny Goryl on the roster

                        5A) Camilio Pascual will be upgraded to his 1963 season. Counts as 1/2 move.
                        1964 Pascual 15-12 3.30 109 ERA+ ... 1963 Pascual 21-9, 2.46 148 ERA+

                        5B) Earl Battey will be upgraded to his 1963 season. Counts as 1/2 move.
                        1964 Battey .270 12 HR 52 RBI ... 1963 Battey .285 26 HR 84 RBI

                        6A) Lee Stange will be upgraded to his 1963 season, Counts as 1/2 move
                        1964 Stange 3-6, 4.74 76 ERA+ ... 1963 Stange 12-5 2.62 ERA 139 ERA+

                        6B) Bill Dailey will be upgraded to his 1963 season. Counts as 1/2 move
                        1964 Dailey 1-2, 8.22 ERA 45 ERA+ ... 1963 Dailey 6-3, 1.99 ERA 183 ERA+

                        7) This is the hardest choice and definitely subject to change. The player to be removed is position player Jim Snyder. At first I was leaning to 1964 Tiger Bill Freehan to give me an awesome platoon C situaion but I can not justify using 1.5 moves on 1 position. So I decided to go from a 9 man pitching staff to a 10 man staff. Candidates are Whitey Ford, Joel Horlen, Dick Radatz and Hoyt Wilhelm. I really like Radatz but feel I need more LH pitching so at this time will choose:
                        Whitey Ford, 1964 Yankees, P. Counts as 1 move
                        17-6, 2.13 ERA 170 ERA+
                        Ford replaces Jim Snyder on the roster.

                        I will edit the post to put the new roster with various stats and suggested lineups and rotations later.

                        Initial lineup thoughts:

                        1. Mantilla 2B .289 30 HR
                        2. Robinson 3B .317 28 HR
                        3. Mantle CF .303 35 HR
                        4. Killebrew LF .270 49 HR
                        5. Oliva RF .323 32 HR
                        6. Allison 1B .287 32 HR
                        7. Battey C .285 26 HR
                        8. Versalles SS .259 20 HR
                        9. Pitcher


                        my starting 8 hit 256 HR

                        note I have two very capable LH platoon guys and they will get lots of playing time:
                        Jimmie Hall .282 25 HR
                        Don Mincher .237 23 HR (in just 287 AB)

                        Base rotation:
                        Starter 1: Dean Chance 20-9 1.65 ERA
                        Starter 2: Whitey Ford 17-6, 2.13 ERA (may also be elevated to bullpen use)
                        Starter 3: Camilo Pascual 21-9 2.46 ERA
                        Starter 4: Jim Kaat 17-11 3.22 ERA


                        Starters/Relievers
                        S/R Lee Stange 12-5 2.62 ERA
                        S/R Mudcat Grant 11-9 2.82 ERA


                        Bullpen
                        R1: Jim Perry 6-3 3.44 ERA
                        R2: Bill Dailey 6-3 1.99 ERA
                        R3: John Klippstein 0-4 1.97 ERA
                        R4: Al Worthington 5-6 1.37 ERA


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                        1964 MINNESOTA TWINS UPDATED ROSTER

                        STARTING PITCHING
                        Starter 1: Dean Chance 20-9 1.65 ERA
                        278.1 IP 194 H 207 K 86 BB 7 HR 200 ERA+ 1.006 WHIP 15 CG 4 S
                        Starter 2: Whitey Ford 17-6, 2.13 ERA (may also be elevated to bullpen use)
                        244.2 IP 212 H 172 K 57 BB 10 HR 10 ERA+ 1.099 WHIP 12 CG 1 S
                        Starter 3: Camilo Pascual 21-9 2.46 ERA
                        248.1 IP 205 H 202 K 81 BB 21 HR 148 ERA+ 1.152 WHIP 18 CG
                        Starter 4: Jim Kaat 17-11 3.22 ERA
                        243 IP 231 H 171 K 60 BB 23 HR 112 ERA+ 1.198 WHIP 15 CG

                        STARTERS/RELIEVERS
                        S/R Lee Stange 12-5 2.62 ERA
                        164.2 IP 145 H 100 K 43 BB 21 HR 139 ERA+ 1.142 WHIP 7 CG
                        S/R Mudcat Grant 11-9 2.82 ERA
                        166 IP 162 H 75 K 36 BB 21 HR 128 ERA+ 1.193 WHIP

                        RELIEVERS
                        P Al Worthington 5-6 1.37 ERA
                        72.1 IP 47 H 59 K 28 BB 4 HR 264 ERA+ 1.037 WHIP 14 S
                        P Jim Perry 6-3 3.44 ERA
                        65.1 IP 61 H 55 K 23 BB 7 HR 105 ERA+ 1.286 WHIP
                        P Johnny Klippstein 0-4 1.97 ERA
                        45.2 IP 44 H 39 K 20 BB 4 HR 184 ERA+ 1.401 WHIP
                        P Bill Dailey 6-3 1.99 ERA
                        108.2 IP 80 H 72 K 19 BB 9 HR 183 ERA+ 0.911 WHIP 21 S

                        1. Felix Mantilla 2B
                        470 PA 425 AB .289 BA 30 HR I1 3B 20 2B 69 R 64 RBI 41 BB .357 OB .553 SA 144 OPS+
                        2. Brooks Robinson 3B
                        685 PA 612 AB .317 BA 28 HR 3 3B 39 2B 82 R 118 RBI 51 BB .368 OB .521 SA 145 OPS+
                        3. Mickey Mantle CF
                        567 PA 465 AB .303 BA 35 HR 2 3B 25 2B 92 R 111 RBI 99 BB .423 OB .591 SA 177 OPS+
                        4. Harmon Killebrew LF
                        682 PA 577 AB .270 BA 49 HR 1 3B 11 2B 95 R 111 RBI 93 BB .377 OB .548 SA 153 OPS+
                        5. Tony Oliva RF
                        719 PA 672 AB .323 BA 32 HR 9 3B 43 2B 109 R 94 RBI 2 BB .359 OB .557 SA 150 OPS+
                        6. Bob Allison 1B
                        594 PA 492 AB .287 BA 32 HR 4 3B 27 2B 90 R 86 RBI 92 BB .404 OB .553 SA 163 OPS+
                        7. Earl Battey C
                        585 PA 508 AB .285 BA 26 HR 1 3B 17 2B 64 R 84 RBI 61 BB .369 OB .476 SA 134 OPS+
                        8. Zoilo Versalles SS
                        717 PA 659 AB .259 BA 20 HR 10 3B 33 2B 94 R 64 RBI 42 BB .311 OB .431 SA 104 OPS+
                        9. Pitcher

                        R Jerry Zimmerman C
                        138 PA 120 AB .200 BA 0 HR 0 3B 3 2B 12 RBI 6 R .278 OB .225 SA 42 OPS+
                        R Don Mincher 1B
                        320 PA 287 AB .237 BA 23 HR 4 3B 12 2B 56 RBI 45 R 27 BB .300 OB .547 SA 129 OPS+
                        R Frank Kostro UT
                        110 PA 103 AB .272 BA 3 HR 0 3B 5 2B 12 RBI 10 R 4 BB .303 OB .408 SA 95 OPS+
                        R Rich Rollins INF
                        665 PA 596 AB .270 BA 12 HR 10 3B 25 2B 68 RBI 87 R 53 BB .334 OB .406 SA 104 OPS+
                        R Jimmie Hall OF
                        562 PA 510 AB .282 BA 25 HR 3 3B 20 2B 75 RBI 61 R 44 BB .338 OB .480 SA 124 OPS+
                        R Bernie Allen 2B
                        281 PA 243 AB .214 BA 6 HR 1 3B 8 2B 20 RBI 28 R 33 BB .309 OB .329 SA 78 OPS+
                        R Vic Power INF
                        47 PA 45 AB .222 BA 0 HR 0 3B 2 2B 1 RBI 6 R 1 BB .239 OB .267 SA 40 OPS+
                        Last edited by 9RoyHobbsRF; 11-25-2012, 05:23 PM.
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                        • #13
                          1927 Yankees: Updated Roster

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

                          Herb Pennock --------> Herb Pennock 1928
                          George Pipgras -------> George Pipgras 1928

                          Code:
                          Pos	Name			BA / OB / SLG	HR	OPS+	 WAR	Bats
                          CF	Earle Combs		.356/.414/.511	6	141	 6.7	L
                          LF/RF	Harry Heilmann		.398/.475/.616	14	180	 6.8	R
                          1B	Lou Gehrig		.373/.474/.765	47	220	11.5	L
                          LF/RF	Babe Ruth		.356/.486/.772	60	225	12.1	L
                          2,SS,3	Tony Lazzeri		.309/.383/.482	18	125	 5.9	R
                          C	Mickey Cochrane		.338/.409/.495	12	129	 4.1	L
                          3B	Jimmy Dykes		.324/.394/.453	3	115	 2.4	R
                          2B	Charlie Gehringer	.317/.383/.441	4	112	 3.7	L
                          Code:
                          Pos	Name			BA / OB / SLG	HR	OPS+	 WAR	Bats
                          (C)	Pat Collins		.275/.407/.418	7	116	2.0	R
                          (C)	Benny Bengough		.247/.281/.353	0	65	-0.2	R
                          (SS)	Mark Koenig		.285/.320/.382	3	83	2.0	S
                          (3B)	Mike Gazella		.278/.403/.417	0	115	0.9	R
                          (LF/RF)	Bob Muesel		.337/.393/.510	8	135	3.8	R
                          (CF)	Ben Paschal		.317/.349/.549	2	132	0.3	R
                          (3B)	Julie Wera		.238/.273/.381	1	70	-0.1	R
                          Code:
                          	Name			W	ERA	ERA+	WHIP	IP	WAR	Throws
                          SP	Wilcy Moore		19	2.28	171	1.146	213	5.3	R
                          SP	Ted Lyons		22	2.84	153	1.164	307	6.9	R
                          SP	Herb Pennock		17	2.56	149	1.209	211	5.4	L
                          SP	Waite Hoyt		22	2.63	148	1.155	256	5.4	R
                          SP	Tommy Thomas		19	2.98	136	1.186	307	5.5	R
                          Code:
                          	Name			W	ERA	ERA+	WHIP	IP	WAR	Throws
                          P	Urban Shocker		18	2.84	137	1.240	200	2.4	R
                          P	George Pipgras		24	3.38	112	1.387	300	4.4	R
                          P	Dutch Ruether		13	3.38	115	1.380	184	1.2	L
                          P	Bob Shawkey		2	2.89	136	1.374	43	0.2	R
                          P	Myles Thomas		7	4.87	80	1.737	88	-0.8	R
                          Notes
                          Gehrig hit 52 doubles and 18 triples
                          Earle Combs hit 23 triples
                          If you remove Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri would have led the league in Homers
                          Harry Heilmann had 14 HR and 180 OPS+, not 180 HR and 14 OPS+...
                          Last edited by Wade8813; 12-08-2012, 03:41 PM.
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                          • #14
                            1946 Detroit Tigers- Modified Roster

                            The 1946 Tigers were a good team- they finished 92-62, second in the AL behind the Red Sox, who ran away at 104-50. The Tigers were second in the AL in runs scored, and second in run prevention. Hank Greenberg led them with his last big season, plus they had several high OBP players in front of him in the lineup. The Tigers had excellent starting pitching, led by Hal Newhouser. Their secondary pitching, however, was mediocre at best.

                            1. Bob Feller 1946 replaces Tommy Bridges.
                            2. Ted Williams 1946 replaces Pat Mullin.
                            3. Bobby Doerr 1946 replaces Jimmy Bloodworth
                            4. Aaron Robinson 1946 replaces Paul Richards.
                            5. Earl Caldwell 1946 replaces Johnny Gorsica.
                            1/2 move- Al Benton 1945 replaces Al Benton 1946.
                            1/2 move- Stubby Overmire 1947 replaces Stubby Overmire 1946.
                            1/2 move- Hoot Evers 1947 replaces Hoot Evers 1946.
                            1/2 move- Hal White 1947 replaces Hal White 1946.


                            1946 Detroit Tigers Final Roster

                            I've upgraded the Tigers significantly, both at the plate and on the mound.Ted Williams takes over in LF, bringing one of his finest seasons with him. Bobby Doerr also comes over from the Red Sox, filling 2B. Aaron Robinson may have been the best catcher in the AL in 1946- he joins the club from the Yankees. Barney McCosky and his .409 OBP is there for the full season, and Hoot Evers 1947 version, will split time with McCosky in CF. On the mound, the great Bob Feller and his then ML record 348 strikeouts provides a lethal 1-2 punch with Newhouser. Earl Caldwell probably was the best reliever in the AL in 1946- he'll anchor the back end of the bullpen. Al Benton, Stubby Overmire, and Hal White are all upgraded from their 1946 seasons and provide real additional strength in the bullpen. This version of the 1946 Tigers now becomes the best hitting AND best pitching team in the AL. How they will stack up against the rest of the teams in our league remains to be seen.

                            C Aaron Robinson 100G 297/388/506 16 HR 147 OPS+ 3.6 WAR
                            1B Hank Greenberg 142G 277/373/604 44* HR 162 OPS+ 6.3 WAR
                            2B Bobby Doerr 151G 271/346/483 18 HR 116 OPS+ 5.3 WAR
                            SS Eddie Lake 155G 254/369/339 8 HR 93 OPS+ 2.2 WAR
                            3B George Kell 322/372/432 4 HR 119 OPS+ 3.7 WAR
                            LF Ted Williams 150G 342/497*/667* 38 HR 215* OPS+ 10.7* WAR
                            CF Barney McCoskey 117G 318/407/409 2 HR 128 OPS+ 2.5 WAR
                            RF Roy Cullenbine 113G 335/477/537 15 HR 175 OPS+ 4.8 WAR

                            C BirdieTebbetts 87G 243/312/407 1 HR 68 OPS+ -0.4 WAR
                            3B/OF Jimmy Outlaw 92G 261/328/341 2 HR 82 OPS+ -0.2 WAR
                            2B Eddie Mayo 51G 252/301/317 0 HR 68 OPS+ 0.1 WAR
                            SS/2B Skeeter Webb 64G 219/258/237 0 HR 35 OPS+ -0.6 WAR
                            OF Dick Wakefield 111G 268/364/412 10 HR 110 OPS+ 1.2 WAR
                            OF Doc Cramer 68G 294/342/368 1 HR 93 OPS+0.0 WAR
                            OF Hoot Evers 126G 296/360/435 10 HR 118 OPS+ 2.5 WAR

                            RHP Bob Feller 26-15 2.18 371.1 IP 151 ERA+ 1.158 WHIP 348* SO 9.4* WAR
                            LHP Hal Newhouser 26-9 1.94 292.2 IP 190 ERA+ 1.069 WHIP 9.1 WAR
                            RHP Dizzy Trout 17-13 2.34 276.1 IP 157 ERA+ 1.234 WHIP 7.0 WAR
                            RHP Virgil Trucks 14-9 3.23 236.2 IP 114 ERA+ 1.234 WHIP 3.1 WAR
                            RHP Fred Hutchinson 14-11 3.29 207.0 IP 119 ERA+ 1.351 WHIP 3.6 WAR
                            RHP Al Benton 13-8 2.02 191.2 IP 175 ERA+ 1.242 WHIP 3.0 WAR
                            LHP Stubby Overmire 11-5 3.77 140.2 IP 100 ERA+ 1.322 WHIP 1.7 WAR
                            RHP Earl Caldwell 13-4 2.08 90.2 IP 164 ERA+ 0.982 WHIP 8 SV 2.0 WAR
                            RHP George Caster 2-1 5.66 41.1 66 ERA+ 1.597 WHIP -0.4 WAR
                            RHP Hal White 4-5 3.61 84.2 IP 105 ERA+ 1.630 WHIP 0.5 WAR

                            Typical Lineup vs RHP

                            1. BL CF Barney McCoskey 318/407/409 2 HR 128 OPS+ 2.5 WAR
                            2. BB RF Roy Cullenbine 113G 335/477/537 15 HR 175 OPS+ 4.8 WAR
                            3. BL LF Ted Williams 150G 342/497*/667* 38 HR 215* OPS+ 10.7* WAR
                            4. BR 1B Hank Greenberg 142G 277/373/604 44* HR 162 OPS+ 6.3 WAR
                            5. BR 2B Bobby Doerr 151G 271/346/483 18 HR 116 OPS+ 5.3 WAR
                            6. BL C Aaron Robinson 100G 297/388/506 16 HR 147 OPS+ 3.6 WAR
                            7. BR 3B George Kell 322/372/432 4 HR 119 OPS+ 3.7 WAR
                            8. BR SS Eddie Lake 155G 254/369/339 8 HR 93 OPS+ 2.2 WAR

                            Typical Lineup vs LHP

                            1. BR CF Hoot Evers 126G 296/360/435 10 HR 118 OPS+ 2.5 WAR
                            2. BB RF Roy Cullenbine 113G 335/477/537 15 HR 175 OPS+ 4.8 WAR
                            3. BL LF Ted Williams 150G 342/497*/667* 38 HR 215* OPS+ 10.7* WAR
                            4. BR 1B Hank Greenberg 142G 277/373/604 44* HR 162 OPS+ 6.3 WAR
                            5. BR 2B Bobby Doerr 151G 271/346/483 18 HR 116 OPS+ 5.3 WAR
                            6. BR 3B George Kell 322/372/432 4 HR 119 OPS+ 3.7 WAR
                            7. BR SS Eddie Lake 155G 254/369/339 8 HR 93 OPS+ 2.2 WAR
                            8. BR C BirdieTebbetts 243/312/407 1 HR 68 OPS+ -0.4 WAR




                            Pitching Staff Alignment

                            SP RHP Bob Feller 26-15 2.18 371.1 IP 151 ERA+ 1.158 WHIP 348* SO 9.4* WAR
                            SP LHP Hal Newhouser 26-9 1.94 292.2 IP 190 ERA+ 1.069 WHIP 9.1 WAR
                            SP RHP Dizzy Trout 17-13 2.34 276.1 IP 157 ERA+ 1.234 WHIP 7.0 WAR
                            SP RHP Virgil Trucks 14-9 3.23 236.2 IP 114 ERA+ 1.234 WHIP 3.1 WAR
                            Spot Start/Long Relief RHP Al Benton 13-8 2.02 191.2 IP 175 ERA+ 1.242 WHIP 3.0 WAR
                            Spot Start/Long Relief RHP Fred Hutchinson 14-11 3.29 207.0 IP 119 ERA+ 1.351 WHIP 3.6 WAR
                            Middle/Short Relief LHP Stubby Overmire 11-5 3.77 140.2 IP 100 ERA+ 1.322 WHIP 1.7 WAR
                            Middle/Short Relief RHP Hal White 4-5 3.61 84.2 IP 105 ERA+ 1.630 WHIP 0.5 WAR
                            Mop-up RHP George Caster 2-1 5.66 41.1 66 ERA+ 1.597 WHIP -0.4 WAR
                            Short Relief/Closer RHP Earl Caldwell 13-4 2.08 90.2 IP 164 ERA+ 0.982 WHIP 8* SV 2.0 WAR
                            Last edited by BigRon; 11-26-2012, 08:59 AM.

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                            • #15
                              1977 Philadelphia Phillies MODIFIED 25-Man Roster

                              C - Ted Simmons#
                              1B/3B - Richie Hebner*
                              2B - Joe Morgan*
                              SS - Larry Bowa#
                              3B - Mike Schmidt
                              LF - Greg Luzinski
                              CF - Garry Maddox
                              RF - Bake McBride
                              C - Tim McCarver*
                              1B - Tommy Hutton*
                              1B/2B/3B - Davey Johnson
                              1B/LF/RF - Jay Johnstone*
                              2B/SS/3B - Terry Harmon
                              LF/CF/RF - Jerry Martin

                              * - Bats Left, # - Bats Both

                              SP - Steve Carlton*
                              SP - Rick Reuschel
                              SP - Jim Lonborg
                              SP - Larry Christenson
                              SP - Jim Kaat*
                              SW - Tom Underwood
                              RP - Gene Garber
                              RP - Ron Reed
                              RP - Tug McGraw*
                              RP - Warren Brusstar
                              RP - Wayne Twitchell

                              * - Throws Left

                              Player in RED is from different team
                              Player in BLUE is from 1976 season.
                              Player in GREEN is from 1978 season.

                              Selected Ted Simmons from 1977 Cardinals to replace Bob Boone.
                              Selected Joe Morgan from 1977 Reds to replace Ollie Brown.
                              Selected Rick Reuschel from 1977 Cubs to replace Randy Lerch.
                              Upgraded Garry Maddox, Terry Harmon, Jim Lonborg, Jim Kaat, Tom Underwood & Wayne Twitchell to 1976 season.
                              Upgraded Larry Bowa & Larry Christenson to 1978 season.

                              Team Statistics

                              Hitting

                              Pitching

                              Batting Splits

                              Lineups



                              ~~Post is subject to modification up until submittal deadline~~
                              Last edited by Ben Grimm; 11-21-2012, 09:24 PM.
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