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Posted 09-21-2017 at 08:55 PM by bjohn13

Interestingly, I have felt like this team has been in rebuild move for the last two seasons, and we managed to make it to two consecutive National League pennants. Each of the last two seasons, my team has been completely outclassed by its American League opponent.

Some tough decisions are coming up. I'd like to see Jake Beckley, Lou Bierbauer, Billy Hamilton, and Lave Cross all remain career Brooklyn players, but there comes a time when we have to start thinking about the success of the team.

My biggest hole right now, though, is at the shortstop position. Dan Cougan and Bill Clymer are both phenomenal defenders, but their offense is terrible.

I also need to figure out a way to replace Charlie Buffington. He's turning 40, and so far, the trio of pitchers that I had lined up to vie for his position in the rotation have all fared poorly to date. Tom Hughes is the next guy who will get a chance if Bert Husting doesn't work out.

1901 hasn't started out well. I'll have the recap up soon. Brooklyn could very well be up for one of the top picks in the draft, and there are three players who I am extremely intrigued by: Addie Joss, Joe Tinker, and Johnny Evers. Joss is a player who always seems to end up on my team when I play early 20th century leagues, but my first choice out of those three guys is Joe Tinker. All I want out of my shortstop position is a guy who can hit .250 plus and provide excellent defense.

There is another player in the 1901 draft that I'm going to go after who has had a tremendous amount of success in some of my past replay leagues. Jim St. Vrain has always worked out well as a closer for me.
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