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  • 1901 Player Re-Draft Thread

    Round 1 - 15M
    Round 2 - 10M
    Round 3 - 8M
    Round 4 - 7M
    Round 5 - 6M
    Round 6 - 5M
    Round 7 - 4M
    Round 8 - 3M
    Round 9-12 - 2M
    Round 13-17 - 1M
    Round 18-21 - 750K
    Round 22-25 - 500K
    Round 26-30 - 250K

    Contract lengths will be as follows

    Round 1-2 - up to 8 years
    Round 3-5 - up to 6 years
    Round 6-10 - up to 5 years
    Round 11-15 - up to 4 years
    Round 16-30 - up to 3 years



    Round 1
    Jamestown Express - catcher 24 (Lew)- Honus Wagner - 8 yr
    Asylum Inmates -buppers (Ed) - Nap Lajoie - 8 yr
    Cleveland Spiders - rmadachik (Rich) - (From Tigers) - Christy Matthewson- 5 yr RFA
    Richmond Rams - Erik Bedard (Dan) - Roger Bresnahan- 8 yr
    Laquey Sharks - Wade8813 (Joel) - Cy Young- 8 yr
    Anaheim Angels - Sockeye (Garry) - Rube Waddell- 5 yr RFA
    Seattle Dragons - leecemark (Mark) - Sam Crawford - 8 yr
    Tennessee Pioneers - jaybird_1981 (Jason) - Elmer Flick- 7 yr
    Detroit Tigers - scubadan (Dan) - (From Cleveland) - Fred Clarke- 8 yr
    Kalamazoo Kumquats - dust bunnies (Jack) - Sam Leever - 8yr
    Lighthouse Point Bums - BigRon (Ron) - Eddie Plank - 8 yr
    New Orleans Barons - Windy City Fan (Craig) - Noodles Hahn - 4 yr

    Round 2
    New Orleans - George Davis - 6 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Bobby Wallace - 6 yr
    Kalamazoo - Doc White - 8 yr
    Detroit (From Cleveland) - Frank Chance - 6 yr
    Tennessee - Jack Chesbro - 5 yr RFA
    Seattle - Jimmy Collins - 5 yr RFA
    Anaheim - Joe McGinnity - 4 yr
    Laquey - Fielder Jones - 8 yr
    Richmond - Topsy Hartsel - 8 yr
    Detroit - Deacon Phillippe - 7 yr
    Asylum - Roy Thomas - 8 yr
    Jamestown - Jimmy Sheckard - 5 yr RFA

    Round 3
    Jamestown - Vick Willis - 6 yr
    Asylum - Bill Donovan - 5 yr
    Cleveland (From Detroit) -Charlie Hickman - 6 yr
    Richmond - Jesse Burkett - 5 yr
    Laquey - Freddy Parent - 6 yr
    Anaheim - Bill Dinneen - 4 yr
    Seattle - Jesse Tannehill - 5 yr
    Tennessee - Bill Bradley - 5 yr
    Detroit (From Cleveland) - Bill Dahlen - 6 yr
    Kalamazoo - Cy Seymour - 5 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Ed Delahanty - 3 yr
    New Orleans - Tommy Leach - 3 yr

    Round 4
    New Orleans - Jack Taylor - 6 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jack Powell - 6 yr
    Kalamazoo - Mike Donlin - 5 yr
    Cleveland - Joe Kelley - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Socks Seybold - 6 yr
    Seattle - Jimmy Williams - 6 yr
    Anaheim - Tully Sparks - 6 yr
    Laquey - Ginger Beaumont - 6 yr
    Richmond - Buck Freeman - 4 yr
    Cleveland (From Detroit) - Earl Moore - 4 yr
    Asylum - Harry Davis - 6 yr
    Jamestown - Red Donahue - 3 yr

    Round 5
    Jamestown - Danny Green - 4 yr
    Seattle (From Asylum) - Kid Elberfeld - 6 yr
    Detroit - Claude Ritchey - 6 yr
    Richmond - Al Orth - 6 yr
    Laquey - Wid Conroy - 6 yr
    Anaheim - Bill Bernhard - 4 yr
    Seattle - Ned Garvin - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Willie Keeler - 6 yr
    Cleveland - Dummy Taylor - 6 yr
    Kalamazoo - Jake Beckley - 4 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Sam Mertes - 5 yr
    New Orleans - Johnny Kling - 6 yr

    Round 6
    New Orleans - Fred Tenney - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jimmy Barrett - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo - Harry Steinfeldt - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Dave Fultz - 5 yr
    Tennessee - Dan McGann - 5 yr
    Seattle - Ed Siever - 3 yr
    Anaheim - Kid Nichols - 4 yr
    Laquey - Togie Pittinger - 5 yr
    Richmond - Chick Stahl - 5 yr
    Detroit - Lave Cross - 4 yr
    Asylum - Sammy Strang - 3 yr
    Jamestown - Bill Keister - 3 yr

    Round 7
    Jamestown -Roy Patterson - 5 yr
    Seattle (From Asylum) - Clark Griffith - 5 yr
    Detroit - Harry Howell - 5 yr
    Richmond - Frank Owen - 5 yr
    Laquey - Emmet Hendrick - 4 yr
    Anaheim - Bob Wicker - 5 yr
    Seattle - John Anderson 5 yr
    Tennessee - George Winter - 5 yr
    Cleveland - Ossee Schrecongest - 5 yr
    Detroit (From Kalamazoo) - Jimmy Slagle - 4 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Willie Sudhoff - 3 yr
    New Orleans - Heinie Peitz - 3 yr

    Round 8
    New Orleans - Frank Kitson - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jimmy Callahan - 5 yr
    Kalamazoo - Pat Moran - 3 yr
    Detroit (From Cleveland) - Kip Selbach - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Mike Grady 5 yr
    Seattle - Dummy Hoy - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Roscoe Miller - 1 yr
    Laquey - Fred Hartman - 1 yr
    Richmond - Danny Murphy - 5 yr
    Detroit - Bill Duggleby - 5 yr
    Asylum - Herm McFarland - 3 yr
    Jamestown - Patsy Donovan - 3 yr

    Round 9
    Jamestown - Tom Hughes - 5 yr
    Asylum - Mike O'Neill - 4 yr
    Detroit - George Van Haltren - 2 yr
    Richmond - Tom Daly - 3 yr
    Laquey - Jim Hughes - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Jack Sutthoff - 3 yr
    Seattle - Duff Cooley - 5 yr
    Tennessee - Ed Doheny - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Jack Cronin - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo -Charlie Dexter - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Bill Coughlin - 5 yr
    New Orleans - Billy Lush - 4 yr

    Round 10
    New Orleans - Davey Jones - 4 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Hobe Ferris
    Kalamazoo - Casey Patten - 5 yr
    Cleveland - John Farrell - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Harry Bay - 5 yr
    Seattle - Jock Menefee -
    Anaheim - Ed Poole - 2 yr
    Laquey = Joe Yeager - 1 yr
    Richmond - Jack Harper - 4 yr
    Detroit - Chick Fraser - 5 yr
    Asylum - Boileryard Clark - 3 yr
    Jamestown - Harry Wolverton - 4 yr

    Round 11
    Jamestown - Bob Wood - 2 yr
    Asylum - Charlie Hemphill - 3 yr
    Detroit - Deacon McGuire - 4 yr
    Richmond - Doc Newton - 2 yr
    Laquey - Kitty Bransfield - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Len Swormstedt - 1 yr
    Seattle - John McGraw - 2 yr
    Tennessee - Ted Lewis - 1 Yr
    Cleveland - George Brown - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo - Kid Gleason - 4 Yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jack Katoll - 1 Yr
    New Orleans - John Dobbs - 2 yr

    Round 12
    New Orleans - Watty Lee - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Ollie Pickering - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo - Bill Phillips - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Cozy Dolan - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Dick Padden - 4 yr
    Seattle - Duke Farrell - 3 yr
    Anaheim - Ducky Holmes - 4 yr
    Laquey - Otto Krueger - 3 yr
    Richmond - George Magoon - 3 yr
    Detroit - Sam Dungan - 1 yr
    Asylum - Doc Casey - 4 yr
    Jamestown - Tom McCreery - 1 yr

    Round 13
    Jamestown - Erve Beck - 2 yr
    Asylum - Wiley Piatt - 3 yr
    Detroit - Ed Murphy - 3 yr
    Richmond - Gene DeMontreville - 2 yr
    Laquey - Bill Maloney - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Lefty Davis - 2 yr
    Seattle - Candy LaChance - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Billy Gilbert - 4 yr
    Cleveland - Joe Sugden - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo - Monte Cross - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Win Murcer - 2 yr
    New Orleans - Hughie Jennings - 2 yr

    Round 14
    New Orleans - Billy Hamilton - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Ed McFarland - 4 yr
    Kalamazoo - Mal Eason - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Frank Bowerman - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Bill Carrick - 1 yr
    Seattle - Wilbert Robinson - 2 yr
    Anaheim - John Ganzel - 4 yr
    Laquey - Sport McAllister - 1 yr
    Richmond - Pop Foster - 1 yr
    Detroit - Happy Townsend - 4 yr
    Asylum - Snake Wiltse - 2 yr
    Jamestown - Zaza Harvey - 1 yr

    Round 15
    Jamestown - Jack McCarthy - 2 yr
    Asylum - Bill Reidy - 3 yr
    Detroit - Steve Brodie - 2 yr
    Richmond - Jim Delahanty - 4 yr
    Laquey - Charlie Irwin - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Dave Brain - 4 yr
    Seattle - Shad Berry - 4 yr
    Tennessee - Win Kellum - 4 yr
    Cleveland - Fred Mitchell - 2 yr
    Kalamazoo - Jack Doyle - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Lou Criger - 4 yr
    New Orleans - Kid Nance - 1 yr

    Round 16
    New Orleans - Irv Waldron - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Frank Isbell - 3 yr
    Kalamazoo - Fred Jacklitsch - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Dick Harley - 2 yr
    Tennessee - Jimmy Burke 3 yr
    Seattle - Brickyard Kennedy - 3 yr
    Anaheim - Jack Warner - 3 yr
    Laquey - Roger Denzer - 1 yr
    Richmond - Dale Gear - 1 yr
    Detroit - Bill Friel - 3 yr
    Asylum - Bill Hallman - 3 yr
    Jamestown - Jiggs Donahue - 1 yr

    Round 17
    Jamestown - Jerry Nops - 1 yr
    Asylum - Bert Husting - 2 yr
    Detroit - Nig Cuppy - 1 yr
    Richmond - Pete Dowling - 1 yr
    Laquey - Frank Morrissey - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Chief Zimmer - 2 yr
    Seattle - Malachi Kittridge - 2 yr
    Tennessee - Hugh Duffy - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Klondike Douglass - 3 yr
    Kalamazoo - Jack O'Brien - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Bones Ely - 2 yr
    New Orleans - Cupid Childs - 1 yr

    Round 18
    New Orleans - Tom Leahy - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jim Jackson - 2 yr
    Kalamazoo - Frank Foreman - 1 yr
    Cleveland - John Skopec - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Tommy Corcoran - 3 yr
    Seattle - Stan Yerkes - 2 yr
    Anaheim - Charlie Carr - 3 yr
    Laquey - Art Nichols - 2 yr
    Richmond - Pop Schriver - 1 yr
    Detroit - Burt Hart - 1 yr
    Asylum - Doc Powers - 2 yr
    Jamestown - Archie Stimmell - 1 yr

    Round 19
    Jamestown - Pop Dillon - 1 yr
    Asylum - Barry McCormick - 3 yr
    Detroit - Gene McCann - 2 yr
    Richmond - Jack Dunn - 3 yr
    Laquey - Pete Childs - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Herman Long - 2 yr
    Seattle - Pat Carney - 3 yr
    Tennessee - Hughie Hearne - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Algie McBride - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Bobby Lowe - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Joe Dolan - 1 yr
    New Orleans - Pink Hawley - 1 yr

    Round 20
    New Orleans - Matty Mcintyre - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Bill Hart - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Bill Phyle - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Tommy Dowd - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Billy Sullivan - 2 yr
    Asylum - (from Seattle) - Bill Hallman - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Jack O'Connor - 2 yr
    Laquey - Jack Hayden - 1 yr
    Richmond - Frank Shugart - 1 yr
    Detroit - Bill Magee - 2 yr
    Asylum - Doc McJames - 1 yr
    Jamestown - Phil Geier - 1 yr

    Round 21
    Jamestown - Bill Hoffer- -1 yr
    Asylum - George Hogreiver - 1 yr
    Detroit - Bill Bergen - 3 yr
    Richmond - Fred Crolius - 1 yr
    Laquey - Billy Clingman - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Al Shaw - 1 yr
    Seattle - Harry Gleason - 2 yr
    Tennessee - Bob Lawson - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Fred Raymer - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Billy Lauder - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Davey Crockett - 1 yr
    New Orleans - Frank Gatins - 1 yr

    Round 22
    New Orleans - Henie Smith - 3 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Cowboy Jones - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Gene Wright - 3 yr
    Cleveland - Mike Kahoe - 2 yr
    Tennessee - Emil Frisk - 1 yr
    Seattle - George Bone - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Fritz Buelow - 3 yr
    Laquey - Ed High - 1 yr
    Richmond - Ed Scott - 1 yr
    Detroit - Frank Foutz - 1 yr
    Asylum - Harry McNeal - 1 yr
    Jamestown - George Yeager - 1 yr

    Round 23
    Jamestown - Curt Bernard - 1 yr
    Asylum - Joe Quinn - 1 yr
    Detroit - John Gochnaur - 3 yr
    Richmond - Mike Heyden - 1 yr
    Laquey - Charlie Case - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Frank Scheibeck - 1 yr
    Seattle - Germany Scheaffer - 2 y
    Tennessee - Crazy Schmit - 1 yr
    Cleveland - George Rohe - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Frank Murphy - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jack Ryan - 3 yr
    New Orleans - Barney McFaddenand - 1 yr

    Round 24
    New Orleans - Jack Bracken - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Billy Milligan - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Jim Jones - 2 yr
    Cleveland - Bill Cristall - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Bill Everitt - 1 yr
    Seattle - Dick Braggins
    Anaheim - Bill Fox - 1 yr
    Laquey - Danny Shay - 1 yr
    Richmond - Bill Richardson - 1 yr
    Detroit - George Merritt - 1 yr
    Asylum - Joe Connor - 1 yr
    Jamestown - Whitey Guese - 1 yr

    Round 25
    Jamestown - Harry Smith - 1 yr
    Asylum - Daff Gammons -
    Kalamazoo (From Detroit) - Cresse Heismann - 2 yr
    Richmond - Dummy Leitner - 1 yr
    Laquey - Frank Cross - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Ray Nelson - 1 yr
    Seattle - Aleck Smith - 1 yr
    Tennessee - George Prentiss - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Larry Hoffman - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Amos Rusie - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Pete Obrien - 1 yr
    New Orleans - Bert Cunningham - 1 yr

    Round 26
    New Orleans - Dummy Deegan - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Gus Weyhing - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Frank Genins - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Dick Scott - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Charlie Luskey - 1 yr
    Seattle - Harry Croft - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Ed Bruyette - 1 yr
    Laquey - Jim McGuire - 1 yr
    Richmond - Lew Carr - 1 yr
    Detroit - Ben Beville -1 yr
    Asylum - Tom Donovan - 1 yr
    Jamestown - Bill Karns - 1 yr

    Round 27
    Jamestown - Elmer Smith - 1 yr
    Asylum - Morgan Murphy - 1 yr
    Detroit - Joe Wall - 1 yr
    Richmond - Ted Breitenstein - 1 yr
    Laquey - Jim Miller - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Charlie Buelow - 1 yr
    Seattle - Willie Mills 1 yr
    Tennessee - Eddie Hickey - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Bill Gannon - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Emil Haberer - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Jerry Hurley - 1 yr
    New Orleans - Ike VanZandt - 1 yr

    Round 28
    New Orleans - Joe Rickert - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point -Jake Volz - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - George McBride - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Bock Baker - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Harry Lockhead - 1 yr
    Seattle - Jake Livingston - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Charlie Jones - 1 yr
    Laquey - Charlie Ferguson - 1 yr
    Richmond - Jack Slattery - 1 yr
    Detroit - Paddy Livingston - 1 yr
    Asylum - Eddie Hickey - 1 yr
    Jamestown - Fred Ketchum - 1 yr

    Round 29
    Jamestown - Jud Smith - 1 yr
    Asylum - George Grossart - 1 yr
    Detroit - Bert Conn - 1 yr
    Richmond - Jimmy McAleer - 1 yr
    Laquey - Russ Hall - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Chink Heileman - 1 yr
    Seattle - Larry Hesterfer - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Larry McLean - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Slats Jordan - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Fred Brown - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - John Hinton - 1 yr
    New Orleans - Al Maul - 1 yr

    Round 30
    New Orleans - Tim Jordan - 1 yr
    Lighthouse Point - Lou Gertenrich - 1 yr
    Kalamazoo - Terry Turner - 1 yr
    Cleveland - Harry Felix - 1 yr
    Tennessee - Frank Dupee - 1 yr
    Seattle - Charlie Krause - 1 yr
    Anaheim - Farmer Burns - 1 yr
    Laquey - Kid Carsey - 1 yr
    Richmond - John Butler - 1 yr
    Cleveland (From Detroit) - Ben Harrison - 1 yr
    Asylum - Pete Loos - 1yr
    Jamestown - John McPherson - 1 yr
    Last edited by rmadachik; 04-26-2012, 11:12 AM.
    Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

  • #2
    I'm going to post these two questions here, and also over in the General Discussion thread because I think these two issues need to be settled prior to me making the first pick. I'm also not sure that everyone has seen the draft thread is up yet.

    1. Is it permissible to trade positions in the league formation draft for future considerations? A couple of owners have approached me about trading the top pick in the league formation draft. I was under the impression, form previous leagues I have participated in, that this is not allowed for the formation draft. I know it is always allowed for the rookie draft because that is an annual event; however, as the formation draft is a one time occurrence I thought our positions here were "locked in" and can't be traded.
    2. How are players who actually were rookies in 1901 going to be treated - as formation draft players or as rookies? If I recall correctly, when we created the CKL all 1961 rookies were treated the same as players who had been in the league for a dozen years. That is, they came in at the formation salary scale, NOT the rookie scale. The big difference is, however, that as I understand it everyone in the P2P League will be free agent after their initial contract is up, and won't be eligible for the RFA rule (other than the top two if you choose to designate them), whereas in the CKL we got to keep our original players as long as we wanted, because they got an annual raise.

    Opinions thoughts are requested and welcomed.
    You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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    • #3
      --I don't see why you couldn't trade draft position. I know I made several trades in the CKL start up draft (trading future rookie draft picks for picks in that draft). I believe Rich did say that there would be no rookie status for players in this draft, regardless of whether they were real life rookies or not. You can get RFA status for your first 2 picks in exchange for letting them hit the market after 5 years and the rest of your picks will be UFA at the end of their term of service.

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      • #4
        Yes Rich stated that the initial draft no player would receive rookie status.

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        • #5
          The Angels are shopping their 1st round pick (#6 overall). Not looking to move out of the 1st round, just willing to move down a few slots. Any teams with interest please feel free to PM me with a purposal.
          My dream ballpark dimensions
          LF: 388 Feet...Height 37 Feet...LCF: 455 Feet...CF: 542 Feet...Height 35 Feet
          RCF: 471 Feet...RF: 400 Feet...Height 60 Feet
          Location....San Diego

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          • #6
            OK, as long as it appears to be OK, the Express are offering the #1 overall pick. I would be looking at switching places in the first round with additional compensation. If you have any interest, PM me. Note that what I would be looking for in compensation would depend on your position in the draft.
            You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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            • #7
              Tough to decide who to take with the top pick in a draft like this, but three guys really stand out in this group. I decided to take the guy who plays every day, has the most PAs over his first eight seasons, and is still widely ranked as one of the top ten players ever. The first player drafted in the P2P Keeper League is:

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              HONUS WAGNER

              The Express choose to sign Wagner to an eight year contract, with the understanding he will NOT be eligible for the RFA rule.
              Last edited by catcher24; 02-20-2012, 08:50 AM.
              You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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              • #8
                Originally posted by catcher24 View Post
                Tough to decide who to take with the top pick in a draft like this, but three guys really stand out in this group. I decided to take the guy who plays every day, has the most PAs over his first eight seasons, and is still widely ranked as one of the top ten players ever. The first player drafted in the P2P Keeper League is:

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                HONUS WAGNER

                The Express choose to sign Wagner to an eight year contract, with the understanding he will NOT be eligible for the RFA rule.
                Hey, that card on the right looks like the one I found in my grandfathers attic !!! I wonder if its worth anything ?!?!?!?!?!

                The Inmates take Nap Lajoie and sign him for 8 years. (If its good enough for Lew...)
                There are 10 kinds of people. Those who get binary and those who don't.

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                • #9
                  Hey, that card on the right looks like the one I found in my grandfathers attic !!! I wonder if its worth anything ?!?!?!?!?!
                  Probably not much Ed, but I'd be glad to take it off of your hands for $100 just because I like you, man!
                  You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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                  • #10
                    its got to be a great feeling to be able to say 'I'm building my team around Honus Wagner'
                    Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by rmadachik View Post
                      its got to be a great feeling to be able to say 'I'm building my team around Honus Wagner'
                      Yeah thats what I was planning on saying.
                      There are 10 kinds of people. Those who get binary and those who don't.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by rmadachik View Post
                        its got to be a great feeling to be able to say 'I'm building my team around Honus Wagner'
                        Kind of similar to when the Knights had the second pick in the CKL formation draft in 1961, and Mark was able to say "I'm building my team around Willie Mays".

                        Yeah, it's a good feeling. It'll be fun to see how he does, even if the Express don't win anything.
                        You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time. J. Bouton

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                        • #13
                          Sorry for the delay in making a selection but the Tigers have been in negotiations for the last 24 hours regarding this pick. The Tigers and Spiders would like to announce the following trade:

                          The Spiders will received the Tiger's 1st, 3rd and 4th round pick in the 1901 draft.

                          The Tigers will receive the Spider's 1901 1st, 2nd and 3rd round pick, 1903 2nd round pick and 1905 1st round pick.

                          Rich will confirm. If anyone else wants to trade their #1 pick in 1905, the Tigers will listen to offers.

                          Dan
                          Dan
                          CKL - Maloy Boys
                          P2PKL - Detroit Tigers

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                          • #14
                            Multiple post - please ignore unless I can figure out how to delete this.
                            Last edited by scubadan; 02-21-2012, 12:57 PM.
                            Dan
                            CKL - Maloy Boys
                            P2PKL - Detroit Tigers

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                            • #15
                              Multiple post - please ignore unless I can figure out how to delete this.
                              Last edited by scubadan; 02-21-2012, 12:57 PM.
                              Dan
                              CKL - Maloy Boys
                              P2PKL - Detroit Tigers

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