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Old 01-13-2019, 05:25 PM   #1
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Well This could be an interesting series.

Reached the year 1919 in my current sim and at the end of the year these are the final standings.
Wonder if the game will duplicate the throwing of the series.
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Reached the year 1919 in my current sim and at the end of the year these are the final standings.
Wonder if the game will duplicate the throwing of the series.
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Wow, the Brownies had the top three batters in the league and they finished one game above .500? How bad was their pitching staff?
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Wow, the Brownies had the top three batters in the league and they finished one game above .500? How bad was their pitching staff?
It wasn't horrible. I've seen far worse.
Chicago won the series 5-4 and Buck Weaver was the MVP of the series.
Unfortunately i messed up some manager changes and will have to replay the season. Its more a cosmetic issue in that the news and manager records would be wrong. I am debating whether i should run the season till the White Sox and Reds meet again or let it the season play out.
I kinda feel bad for the Reds as i think this was the first time since 1882 that they made it to the series. Then again they lost the series.
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Reached the year 1919 in my current sim and at the end of the year these are the final standings.
Wonder if the game will duplicate the throwing of the series.

Gee, I hope the "OOTP should allow the Ripken streak" folks don't see this.
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Looks like Risberg and Felsch were trying to throw the series all by themselves.
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Looks like Risberg and Felsch were trying to throw the series all by themselves.
...And Hod Eller (despite the low ERA, he was pretty terrible), Jimmy Ring, and Slim Sallee did their best Goofy Gophers impersonation ("after you", "oh no, no, no...after you", "no I must insist...after you") and insisted that the White Sox take the series.
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...And Hod Eller (despite the low ERA, he was pretty terrible), Jimmy Ring, and Slim Sallee did their best Goofy Gophers impersonation ("after you", "oh no, no, no...after you", "no I must insist...after you") and insisted that the White Sox take the series.
Before the Goofy Gophers, there were Alphonse & Gaston, names that should be known to all baseball fans. I remember watching Cubs broadcasts in the 1970s and, when a ball fell between two outfielders who both thought that the other would take it, Lou Boudreau would always say "that was an Alphonse & Gaston play!" And sometimes, those plays work in the Cubs' favor.
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A rollicking back-and-forth, momentum-shifting, nine-game World Series?

I say the gamblers still have their grimy hands all over our national game.

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Reached the year 1919 in my current sim and at the end of the year these are the final standings.
Wonder if the game will duplicate the throwing of the series.
I love these sepia-colored screens for old-time baseball replays.
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Before the Goofy Gophers, there were Alphonse & Gaston, names that should be known to all baseball fans. I remember watching Cubs broadcasts in the 1970s and, when a ball fell between two outfielders who both thought that the other would take it, Lou Boudreau would always say "that was an Alphonse & Gaston play!" And sometimes, those plays work in the Cubs' favor.
Definitely heard of Alphonse and Gaston with regard to klutzy fielding before. Also there were The Keystone Cops, but I wonder if they only apply to the keystone combo messing up.
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I'll stay till the wisteria fades
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No matter how high or how rough
Nothing short of everything's enough"

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