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Old 01-10-2019, 06:14 AM   #41
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Season 4
September




It comes down to the last 2 weeks of October to decide the final two spots. Four teams are separated by 4 games with the 1948 Braves going on a tear in September. Fasten your belts for a good finish; remember only the top four advance.



Batter of the Month

David Justice - 1991 Atlanta Braves
(.289, 33 HR, 99 RBI, 92 R, 28 2B)

Pitcher of the Month

Dwight Gooden - 1984 New York Mets
(18-7, 2.17 ERA, 333 K, 11.4 K/9, 1.10 WHIP)

Injuries

Orlando Hernandez - 1999 Yankees (Back) Season
John Smoltz - 1991 Braves (Hamstring) Season
Andy Coakley - 1902 Athletics (Elbow) Season

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Season 4
Final




Red Sox Tame Division Including Torre's Yanks

The 1999 New York Yankees are rightfully known as one of the best teams of all time. Leave it to their rivals however, this time the 2008 Boston Red Sox to throw projections out the window. The Red Sox lead by the fierce 23 game winner John Lester woin 101 games. Manny Ramirez and Kevin Youkilis both hammered over 40 home runs in the middle of the order and Jon Paplebon saved 42 games The Red Sox lead for most of the season and did so proclaiming how good they are, out running the Yanks by an impressive 7 games.

The 1999 Yankees are moving on but not winning the pennant to the Red Sox has to sting. They can point so some reasons like a season ending injury to Orlando Hernandez and an up and down year by aging David Cone. Still Derek Jeter compiled a WAR total of 10 and in the end this team showed they can command a season, especially after starting the season 21-24. Not a single batter drove in 100 runs, but the pitching and Mo Rivera in the pen stood up. In the end however, not the dominance everyone expected.

The 1963 Cardinals were impressive finishing third with 83 wins and moving on. Dick Groat had an excellent season hitting .349 in the two hole and supporting Ken Boyer who drove in 111 runs. Bob Gibson actually had a losing record but Curt Simmons stepped up with a 2.68 ERA in 281 innings. A great start helped this club, and it was enough of a cushion to hold on. The club lead the league in average and on base percentage and they stayed very healthy throughout the season. Eighty three wins is not a proud number for a third place team, but no one will remember that.

The 1948 Boston Braves claimed the coveted 4th position on the last weekend of the season. The club had a losing record but turned things on late in the season when the middle of the standings were jammed. Warren Spahn won 20 games and Johnny Sain 18 as their rubber arms logged over 500 innings. Jeff Heath was outstanding in the middle of the order with an OPS of 1.013 and an impressive average of .326 to boot. The Braves scored the most runs in the league with 776, and thats saying something in this division. In the end this team just wouldnt quit and did more to get through.

Not all that much was expected from the young 1984 New York Mets. This youth and inexperience likely cost them in the end as they came up a single game short, but it was a fun season at Shea Stadium. No one thrilled more than 19 year old Dwight Gooden who struck out 369 batters and had an 2.18 ERA; pure dominance was the only way to describe him. Still the Mets fell late and lost to the Cubs on the last weekend of the season to fall into 5th place. Darryl Strawberry hit 39 bombs and Kevin Mitchell had the same exact number one spot ahead of him in the potent order. The Mets laid it all on the line, but just didnt know how to win and close the deal just yet.

The 1905 Cubs ran often as expected and stole over 200 bases but the strategy wasnt enough. The Cubs didnt score enough runs and their .261 team average is a big reason why, something that needs to be better for a team that hit only 18 home runs. Bob Wicker lead a pitching staff that held its own and Jake Weimer won 22 games and this was all done with only 6 pitchers on the roster. It will be interesting to see how deadball era teams do in this competition, this particular Cubs team we will see more from.

The 1991 Braves were a dark horse going into this season but things didnt pan out for this team. The club lost John Smoltz in the second half of the year and the pen especially tended to implode and was worse in the league. Ron Gant and a young David Justice each had over 100 RBI and runs but no one was able to hit over .300. The Braves also killed themselves and their pitchers by fielding the worst defense in the league and a league high 141 errors. Like the Mets, this Braves team is young and better days and some great talent lies ahead.

Connie Mack and his 1902 club sat in the cellar most of the season and couldnt get into the race. Nap Lajoie is as good as a star as expected hitting .340 and striking out only 80 times all year. In suprise the team hit 53 home runs with Socks Seybold hitting 21 of them, an astounding amount for this team. The club won only 29 games at home and had two months where they won less then 10 games. Some how, Eddie Plank managed to win 20 games.



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Teams Advancing
1. 2008 Boston Red Sox
2. 1999 New York Yankees
3. 1963 St. Louis Cardinals
4. 1948 Boston Braves


Season MVP



Season Cy Young

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1. 1904 Chicago Cubs



Rank: #348
Record: 93-60
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Frank Selee
Ball Park: West Side Grounds
WAR Leader: Frank Chance (5.9)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CHC/1904.shtml

2. 1949 Cleveland Indians



Rank: #409
Record: 89-65
Finish: 3rd in AL
Manager: Lou Boudreau
Ball Park: Cleveland Stadium
WAR Leader: Bob Lemon (7.1)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CLE/1949.shtml

3. 1908 Pittsburgh Pirates



Rank: #221
Record: 98-56
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Fred Clarke
Ball Park: Exposition Stadium
WAR Leader: Honus Wagner (11.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PIT/1908.shtml

4. 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers



Rank: #164
Record: 88-68
Finish: World Champions
Manager: Walter Alston
Ball Park: LA Coliseum
WAR Leader: Don Drysdale (6.3)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/LAD/1959.shtml

5. 1924 Washington Senators



Rank: #135
Record: 92-62
Finish: World Champions
Manager: Bucky Harris
Ball Park: Griffith Stadium
WAR Leader: Walter Johnson (7.4)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/WSH/1924.shtml

6. 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers



Rank: #260
Record: 98-60
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Leo Durocher
Ball Park: Ebbets Field
WAR Leader: Pee Wee Reese (6.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BRO/1946.shtml

7. 1928 Philadelphia Athletics



Rank: #180
Record: 98-55
Finish: Second in AL
Manager: Connie Mack
Ball Park: Shibe Park
WAR Leader: Lefty Grove (7.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PHA/1928.shtml

8. 1918 Cleveland Indians



Rank: #468
Record: 73-54
Finish: 2nd in AL
Manager: Lee Fohl
Ball Park: League Park
WAR Leader: Stan Coveleski (9.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CLE/1918.shtml
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Batter of the Month

Al Simmons - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(.476, 2 HR, 14 RBI, 18 R, .522 OBP)

Pitcher of the Month

Rube Walberg - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(4-0, 0.61, 24 K, 5 BB, .187 OBA)

Major Injuries

George Moriarty - 1904 Cubs (Elbow) 6 Months
Honus Wagner - 1908 Pirates (Knee) 6 weeks (Hurt on opening day)
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Batter of the Month

Jimmie Foxx - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(.307, 8 HR, 27 RBI, 26 R in May)

Pitcher of the Month

Johnny Podres - 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers
(5-1, 53 K, 0.85 ERA, 53 IP in May)

Major Injuries

Harry Taylor - 1946 Dodgers (Shoulder) 5 weeks
Early Wynn - 1949 Indians (Ankle) 4 weeks
Rube Walberg - 1928 Athletics (Elbow) 3 months
Earl McNeely - 1924 Senators (Oblique) 4 weeks
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Doc with his masterful 1984 season. Too bad my Mets couldn't make it thru. Here's hoping 86' have a deep run.

And 2006 doesn't choke... or 2015. Sigh..

Loving this project. I wonder do you keep real transactions in a league like this? Not every team plays with same guys to get to the dance.

I'm new to OOTP but this type of thread made me excited to buy and really play.
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Doc with his masterful 1984 season. Too bad my Mets couldn't make it thru. Here's hoping 86' have a deep run.

And 2006 doesn't choke... or 2015. Sigh..

Loving this project. I wonder do you keep real transactions in a league like this? Not every team plays with same guys to get to the dance.

I'm new to OOTP but this type of thread made me excited to buy and really play.
I was just growing up when Doc came on the scene. He still has some of the best stuff I have ever seen 35 years later. In my season, it was something to watch an 18 year old dominate some of the best teams of all time. A shame they missed out by only one game.

My league has no transactions or minors. The depth charts are set up by the AI initially and then I monitor the 8 teams as injuries happen.

Thanks alot for following!
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Batter of the Month

Jimmie Foxx - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(.367, 13 HR, 31 RBI, 26 R in June)

Pitcher of the Month

Howie Camnitz - 1908 Pittsburgh Pirates
(6-1, 56 IP, 41 K, 2.06 ERA in June)

Major Injuries

Frank Howard - 1959 Dodgers (Concussion) 3 months
Bill Shores - 1928 Athletics (Forearm) 6 weeks
Bill Vail - 1908 Pirates (elbow) 4 months
Honus Wagner - 1908 Pirates (ankle) 4 months
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I was just growing up when Doc came on the scene. He still has some of the best stuff I have ever seen 35 years later. In my season, it was something to watch an 18 year old dominate some of the best teams of all time. A shame they missed out by only one game.

My league has no transactions or minors. The depth charts are set up by the AI initially and then I monitor the 8 teams as injuries happen.

Thanks alot for following!



I missed out on Doc as well, but i really feel like for those first few years, he was transcendent pitcher who changed the game forever. in good and bad ways.


the no transactions doesn't sound good for my 2015 mets if they're in it... No Cespedes.
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I missed out on Doc as well, but i really feel like for those first few years, he was transcendent pitcher who changed the game forever. in good and bad ways.


the no transactions doesn't sound good for my 2015 mets if they're in it... No Cespedes.


Yes indeed the 2015 pennant winning Mets are in it. They are ranked #200th all time.
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Batter of the Month

Dixie Walker - 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers
(.379, 4 RBI, 24 RBI, 23 R, .452 OBP)

Pitcher of the Month

Johnny Podres - 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers
(42 IP, 35 K, 1.49 ERA, .211 OBA)

Major Injuries

Paul Minner - 1946 Dodgers (Shoulder) 5 months
Sammy Hale - 1928 Athletics (Hamstring) 3 weeks
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Got your clear top 4 unless there's an epic collapse.
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Got your clear top 4 unless there's an epic collapse.
Yes it does appear that way. It will be interesting to see and track Gil Hodges in this season, he has 42 home runs on August 1st and has a real chance to get 60.
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Batter of the Month

Jimmie Foxx - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(.390, 13 HR, 21 RBI, 26 R in August)

Pitcher of the Month

Bob Feller - 1949 Cleveland Indians
(57.2 IP, 1.25 ERA, 45 K, .218 OPBA)

Major Injuries

Ray Champan - 1918 Indians (Oblique) 5 weeks
Frank Howard - 1959 Dodgers (Concussion) 4 weeks

Major Achievement


Al Simmons of the 1928 Athletics hit for the cycle against the 1949 Indians and a 9-2 win.
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Batter of the Month

Jimmie Foxx - 1928 Philadelphia Athletics
(.453, 17 HR, 33 RBI, 33 R in September)

Pitcher of the Month

Don Drysdale - 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers
(6-0, 2.31 ERA, 58 K, .240 OBA)
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The Great And the Terrible Of Season 5

Through this entire process it will be difficult to a find a club that put togethet a better season then the 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers won 117 games and hit 353 home runs in the process including three players over 50 and two over 60. Three starters won 23 games or more and Don Drysdale struck out 312 batters while leading the league with a 1.99 ERA. Johnny Podres was a 25 game winner and Larry Sherry saved 37 games. The season however was eptimozed by the efforts of Gil Hodges. A fan favorite Hodges played his unwordly defense while a burning home run race took place in the same club house. Hodges ended with 63 home runs, one more then Dom Demeter and two more than Duke Snider. Demeter would win the RBI race with 140. It was a magical season for the Dodgers.

Overshadowed by the 1959 version, the 1946 Dodgers lead by Leo Durocher will be moving on after a stellar 104 win season of their own. Dixie Walker answered his critics with a sparkling season of close to 7 WAR and 132 RBI all at the age of 34. The Dodger pitching wasnt suppose to be as good as it was but the arms were efficient and Hal Gregg won 22 games while the pen had the lowest ERA in the league. This club went 28-10 to end the season and won 10 of their last 11 games.

Also winning over 100 games were the 1949 Indians. Two negro league stars were a big part of the success of the tribe with Larry Doby hitting 57 home runs and 129 RBI while 43 year old Satchel Paige lead the league with 40 saves. Along with Doby, Mickey Vernon was a beast in the middle order and Al Rosen had 60 home runs from the 7th spot in the order. This lineup was just relentless without a breather for a pitcher. Bob Feller only had 195 strikeouts but he and Early Wynn paced a rotation that cleaned up on bottom feeders and assured the Indians would advance.

There never has been a top four teams as good as these four, and rounding them off were the 97 win 1928 Athletics. Jimmie Foxx in his prime lead the league with 152 RBI and a WAR over 10. The A's had the highest average in the league paced by Al Simmons who won the batting title and hit for a cycle. Lefty Grove was a good as advertised as the southpaw won 22 games and and was two innings short from pitching 300. This club got off to a torrid start this season winning 31 of their first 45 games however even with their fine play, they still finished 20 games back of the pennant. Even 40 somethings Tris Speaker and Ty Cobb contributed off the bench 47 RBI.

After the top four comes the deep chasm that made season 5 what it was. Never was there a larger gap between a fourth and fifth place team at 35 games. The 1908 Pirates lost their star Honus Wagner on opening day and after a brief return was lost for the season having played only 26 games. The Pirates just didnt have the firepower even as their pitching staff battled as best they could with the likes of Howie Camnitz and Deacon Phillipe playing hardluck roles. A three win April and an 8 win August gives you a feeling of how cold this team could go and what the drop of clubhouse morale was without their leader. The Pirates of this era will be back.

Four teams lost 100 games, within that mix were also the 1924 Senators who were suppose to play like champions. Walter Johnson had his moments and did his best but ended up losing 19 times while striking out 210. Goose Goslin was far and away the best hitter on this team hitting 25 home runs and driving in 91, no one else was even close to his production. Tom Zachary lost 27 games as it just seemed like the Senators were overmatched in most the games they played.The 110 steals on this club were not enough to overcome the lack of slugging and power in the lineup overall, and the pitching couldnt keep the team afloat.

The 1918 Indians lost 24 games in June and watched their 108 loss season painfully end. A team that has often times lacked respect, the tribe of this era alowed the most runs at 877 and played the worst defense in the league even with Tris Speaker. Speaker hit .316 but was a man on an island as clubs begin to see one star cant do much against great teams.Starting pitching was also an up and down struggle without an ace like Steve Coveleski really stepping his game up. It was a lost season for this club, and they just couldnt really compete at this level.

With only five pitchers on the full roster the 1904 Cubs really threw themselves out of the race. They won only 51 games and the torture of their season was hard to watch. Things were even ore meager on offense as the Cubbies scored less then half the runs the pennant winning Dodgers did and sat with a team average of .233 and an OBP of less than three. Chicago did steal 247 bases with Frank Chance leading the league at 55, but the lack of everything else kept this team in the mud. It will be interesting to see if any other club can match the futility of this team.


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Teams Advancing

1. 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers
2. 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers
3. 1949 Cleveland Indians
4. 1928 Philadelphia Athletics


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1. 1941 Boston Red Sox


Rank: #473
Record: 84-70
Finish: 2nd in AL
Manager: Joe Cronin
Ball Park: Fenway Park
WAR Leader: Ted Williams (10.6)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BOS/1941.shtml


2. 1973 Los Angeles Dodgers


Rank: #321
Record: 95-66
Finish: 2nd in NL West
Manager: Walter Alston
Ball Park: Dodger Stadium
WAR Leader: Willie Crawford (5.3)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/LAD/1973.shtml


3. 1934 New York Giants


Rank: #256
Record: 93-60
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Bill Terry
Ball Park: Polo Grounds
WAR Leader: Carl Hubbell (7.4)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/NYG/1934.shtml


4. 2003 New York Yankees


Rank: #129
Record: 101-61
Finish: Won AL Pennant; Lost WS
Manager: Joe Torre
Ball Park: Yankee Stadium
WAR Leader: Mike Mussina (6.6)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/NYY/2003.shtml


5. 2006 New York Mets


Rank: #194
Record: 97-65
Finish: Lost in NLCS
Manager: Willie Randolph
Ball Park: Shea Stadium
WAR Leader: Carlos Beltran (8.2)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/NYM/2006.shtml


6. 1936 St. Louis Cardinals


Rank: #491
Record: 87-67
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Frankie Frisch
Ball Park: Sportsmans Park
WAR Leader: Dizzy Dean (7.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/STL/1936.shtml


7. 1958 Milwaukee Braves


Rank: #231
Record: 92-62
Finish: Won NL Pennant: Lost in WS
Manager: Fred Haney
Ball Park: County Stadium
WAR Leader: Hank Aaron (7.3)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/MLN/1958.shtml


8. 1978 Los Angeles Dodgers



Rank: #285
Record: 95-67
Finish: Won NL Pennant; Lost in WS
Manager: Tommy Lasorda
Ball Park: Dodger Stadium
WAR Leader: Ron Cey (5.4)
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Batter of the Month

Ted Williams - 1941 Boston Red Sox
(.466, 4 HR, 13 RBI, 12 R in April)

Pitcher of the Month

Chad Bradford - 2006 New York Mets
(2-0, 0.00 ERA, 9.2 IP, 6 K, 4 SV)

Major Injuries

Roger Clemens - 2003 Yankees (Elbow) 4 weeks
Lefty Grove - 1941 Red Sox (Obkique) 4 weeks
Carl Hubbell - 1934 Giants (Hamstring) 2 weeks
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