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  • All-Time Team

    Here is my all-time team:

    C = Johnny Bench (R)
    1B = Lou Gehrig (L)
    2B = Rogers Hornsby (R)
    3B = Mike Schmidt (R)
    SS = Honus Wagner (R)
    OF = Barry Bonds (L)
    OF = Babe Ruth (L)
    OF = Ty Cobb (L)
    DH = Ted Williams (L)
    BENCH = Willie Mays (R)
    BENCH = Jimmie Foxx (R)
    BENCH = Stan Musial (L)
    BENCH = Yogi Berra (L)
    BENCH = Mickey Mantle (S)
    BENCH = Jackie Robinson (R)
    BENCH = Joe DiMaggio (L)
    BENCH = Hank Aaron (R)

    SP = Cy Young (R)
    SP = Christy Mathewson (R)
    SP = Walter Johnson (R)
    SP = Roger Clemens (R)
    RP = Nolan Ryan (R)
    RP = Bob Gibson (R)
    RP = Sandy Koufax (L)
    RP = Warren Spahn (L)

    This team would destroy all opponents. They would dominate. They truly are a "team for all-times".

  • #2
    All Time A team

    1. George Sisler
    2. Eddie Collins
    3. Mike Schmidt
    SS. Honus Wagner
    LF Willie Mays
    CF Tris Speaker
    RF Ty Cobb
    C Buck Ewing
    Biz Mackay

    Walter Johnson
    Christy Mathewson
    Nolan Ryan
    Sandy Koufax
    Pete Alexander
    Warren Spahn
    Satchel Paige
    Rube Waddell
    DH Babe Ruth

    My Bench

    Willie Keeler OF
    Roger Clemens P
    Nap Lajoie IF
    Martin Dihigo P,OF
    Jackie Robinson IF
    King Kelly C, OF
    Man. Connie Mack
    Ass. Man. John McGraw


    Bill Burgess

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    • #3
      If I did it by how I have pitchers and players in my personal Hof. My team would be playing in their best 3-year prime

      A Team:
      C-Johnny Bench
      1B-Lou Gehrig
      2B-Eddie Collins
      3B-Mike Schmidt
      SS-Honus Wagner
      LF-Stan Musial
      CF-Willie Mays
      RF-Babe Ruth

      SP-Randy Johnson-L
      SP-Walter Johnson-R
      SP-Pete Alexander-R
      SP-Lefty Grove-L
      SP-Addie Joss-R

      RP-Hoyt Wilhelm



      B Team:
      C-Mickey Cochrane
      1B-Jimmie Foxx
      2B-Rogers Hornsby
      3B-Wade Boggs
      SS-Alex Rodriguez
      LF-Ted Williams
      CF-Ty Cobb
      RF-Hank Aaron

      SP-Sandy Koufax-L
      SP-Christy Mathewson-R
      SP-Juan Marichal-R
      SP-Greg Maddux-R
      SP-Warren Spahn-L

      RP-Rollie Fingers



      C Team:
      C-Yogi Berra
      1B-Hank Greenberg
      2B-Joe Morgan
      3B-George Brett
      SS-Robin Yount
      LF-Carl Yastrzemski
      CF-Joe DiMaggio
      RF-Frank Robinson

      SP-Carl Hubbell
      SP-Ed Walsh
      SP-Whitey Ford
      SP-Jim Palmer
      SP-Eddie Plank

      RP-Mariano Rivera



      D Team:
      C-Mike Piazza
      1B-Johnny Mize
      2B-Nap Lajoie
      3B-Eddie Mathews
      SS-Ernie Banks
      LF-Joe Jackson
      CF-Mickey Mantle
      RF-Mel Ott

      SP-Tom Seaver
      SP-Roger Clemens
      SP-Robin Roberts
      SP-Mordecai Brown
      SP-Bob Feller

      RP-Dennis Eckersley
      Last edited by The Dude; 02-06-2005, 05:51 PM.
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      • #4
        First Team
        1B: Lou Gehrig
        2B: Rogers Hornsby
        SS: Honus Wagner
        3B: Mike Schmidt
        C: Johnny Bench
        LF: Barry Bonds
        CF: Willie Mays
        RF: Babe Ruth

        SP: Walter Johnson
        SP: Roger Clemens
        SP: Lefty Grove
        SP: Randy Johnson

        RP: Hoyt Wilhelm

        Second Team
        1B: Stan Musial
        2B: Eddie Collins
        SS: Alex Rodriguez
        3B: George Brett
        C: Yogi Berra
        LF: Ted Williams
        CF: Ty Cobb
        RF: Hank Aaron

        SP: Cy Young
        SP: Sandy Koufax
        SP: Tom Seaver
        SP: Greg Maddux

        RP: Dennis Eckersley

        Third Team

        1B: Jimmie Foxx
        2B: Joe Morgan
        SS: Arky Vaughan
        3B: Eddie Mathews
        C: Mike Piazza
        LF: Rickey Henderson
        CF: Mickey Mantle
        RF: Frank Robinson

        SP: Christy Mathewson
        SP: Bob Feller
        SP: Warren Spahn
        SP: Steve Carlton

        RP: Goose Gossage

        Fourth Team
        1B: Hank Greenberg
        2B: Jackie Robinson
        SS: Cal Ripken Jr
        3B: Wade Boggs
        C: Ivan Rodriguez
        LF: Carl Yastrzemski
        CF: Tris Speaker
        RF: Mel Ott

        SP: Bob Gibson
        SP: Jim Palmer
        SP: Carl Hubbell
        SP: Juan Marichal

        RP: Mariano Rivera

        Fifth Team
        1B: Frank Thomas
        2B: Ryne Sandberg
        SS: Ernie Banks
        3B: Ron Santo
        C: Bill Dickey
        LF: Al Simmons
        CF: Joe DiMaggio
        RF: Al Kaline

        SP: Mordecai Brown
        SP: Whitey Ford
        SP: Robin Roberts
        SP: Eddie Plank

        RP: Rollie Fingers
        Last edited by DoubleX; 02-06-2005, 02:09 PM.

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        • #5
          The BBF All-Time Team

          All the votes have been tallied, and this is it, the BBF All-Time Team:

          C-Johnny Bench, Josh Gibson
          1B-Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx
          2B-Rogers Hornsby, Eddie Collins
          3B-Mike Schmidt, George Brett
          SS-Honus Wagner, Alex Rodriguez
          LF-Ted Williams, Stan Musial
          CF-Willlie Mays, Ty Cobb
          RF-Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron

          SP1-Walter Johnson
          SP2-Lefty Grove
          SP3-Roger Clemens
          SP4-Satchel Paige
          SP5-Christy Mathewson

          RP1-Dennis Eckersley
          RP2-Mariano Rivera
          RP3-Hoyt Wilhelm
          RP4-Goose Gossage

          Mgr-John McGraw

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          • #6
            Switch Johnny Bench with Ivan Rodriguez, and Satchel Paige with Pedro Martinez and you have my all-time team. I like the result.

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            • #7
              Great work! Just one question, Eck was really voted the best reliever of all time?

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              • #8
                My all-time teams, A and B:

                The A Team:

                C-Josh Gibson
                1B-Lou Gehrig
                2B-Joe Morgan
                3B-Mike Schmidt
                SS-Honus Wagner
                LF-Barry Bonds
                CF-Oscar Charleston
                RF-Babe Ruth

                SP1-Walter Johnson
                SP2-Satchel Paige
                SP3-Lefty Grove
                SP4-Cy Young
                SP5-Smokey Joe Williams

                RP1-Hoyt Wilhelm
                RP2-Rollie Fingers
                RP3-Dennis Eckersley
                RP4-Goose Gossage

                The B Team:
                C-Johnny Bench
                1B-Jimmie Foxx
                2B-Eddie Collins
                3B-John McGraw
                SS-Arky Vaughan
                LF-Ted Williams
                CF-Ty Cobb
                RF-Hank Aaron

                SP1-Bob Gibson
                SP2-Pete Alexander
                SP3-Greg Maddux
                SP4-Roger Clemens
                SP5-Bill Foster

                RP1-John Wetteland
                RP2-Bruce Sutter
                RP3-Mariano Rivera
                RP4-Sad Sam Jones
                Last edited by 538280; 07-15-2005, 02:40 PM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Barnstormer
                  Great work! Just one question, Eck was really voted the best reliever of all time?
                  Yes, he was. He got the most votes in the poll for the team's bullpen.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Barnstormer
                    Great work! Just one question, Eck was really voted the best reliever of all time?
                    There's probably almost twenty relievers who were better than Eck
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                    • #11
                      Good job, Chris. Nice work. You've earned your spurs on Fever. Completed a major project in fine style. 3 Cheers for Chris!!!

                      Bill Burgess

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by [email protected]
                        Good job, Chris. Nice work. You've earned your spurs on Fever. Completed a major project in fine style. 3 Cheers for Chris!!!

                        Bill Burgess
                        Thanks for the compliments.

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                        • #13
                          Could a moderator please make this a sticky thread so that it stays at the top so that everyone can see it?

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                          • #14
                            What's your all-time lineup and Rotation

                            I would like to know everyone's starting nine and Rotation
                            Just interested.
                            Here's mine:
                            C- Roy Campanella
                            1B- Lou Gehrig
                            2B- Rogers Hornsby
                            3B- Mike Schmidt
                            SS- Honus Wagner
                            LF- Stan Musial
                            CF- Willie Mays
                            RF- Babe Ruth

                            SP- Lefty Grove
                            SP- Roger Clemens
                            SP- Christy Mathewson
                            SP- Warren Spahn
                            SP- Randy Johnson
                            CP-Mariano Rivera
                            Last edited by 1905 Giants; 04-24-2006, 08:02 AM.
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                            • #15
                              Defensive Alignment
                              C-Josh Gibson
                              1B-Lou Gehrig
                              2B-Joe Morgan
                              3B-Mike Schmidt
                              SS-Honus Wagner
                              LF-Barry Bonds
                              CF-Willie Mays
                              RF-Babe Ruth

                              Lineup
                              1.Morgan, 2B
                              2.Wagner, SS
                              3.Ruth, RF
                              4.Bonds, LF
                              5.Gehrig, 1B
                              6.Mays, CF
                              7.Gibson, C
                              8.Schmidt, 3B
                              9. Maddux, P

                              Pitching Staff
                              SP1-Greg Maddux
                              SP2-Walter Johnson
                              SP3-Roger Clemens
                              SP4-Lefty Grove
                              SP5-Satchel Paige

                              RP-Hoyt Wilhelm
                              RP-Goose Gossage

                              Mgr.-Connie Mack
                              Assis. Mgr-John McGraw
                              Last edited by 538280; 04-23-2006, 08:20 AM.

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