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Old 01-13-2018, 01:48 PM   #21
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First to nominate Odessa as the Hellraisers, since you raise your children in Midland, and raise hell in Odessa.

Also, I'd be disappointed if there wasn't a proper "West Texas Division" (No, it's not proper to be called the "Western Division").
I guess we'll just have to wait and see where this puppy is headed
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1950 Season Recap

Regular Season Results

The Austin Senators just beat out the Lubbock Hubbers to earn the Northern Division's bid to the Lonestar Series. The defending champion Dallas Rebels finished in third place behind the Hubbers. Ft. Worth was a close fourth, while the Amarillo Gold Sox were tied for the worst record in the entire league and were last in the Northern Division

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Over in the Southern Division it was a much different story. The Beaumont Exporters ran away with the division after the Houston Texans sputtered out. Their 34-20 record placed them seven games ahead of the Texans for first place. The Galveston Buccaneers finished in third at 25-29, while the Bullets and Browns finished 24-30 and 22-32 respectively.

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League Leaders

Batting Average

1) Austin Senators 1B Chris Sullivan - .382
2) Dallas Rebels RF Matt Peoples - .356
3) Lubbock Hubbers 3B Mike Lindner - .349

Home Runs

1) Houston Texans 3B Mike Mullen - 17
2) Austin Senators OF Vic Doss - 15
3) Lubbock Hubbers 3B Mike Lindner - 15

Earned Run Average

1) Amarillo Gold Sox SP Mike Winkel - 2.36
2) Beaumont Exporters SP Scott Knox - 2.83
3) San Antonio Bullets SP Jack Graham - 3.07

Strikeouts

1) Brownsville Browns SP Jeff Garber - 116
2) Amarillo Gold Sox SP Mike Winkel - 102
3) Austin Senators SP Guy Elliff - 99

Lonestar Series

GAME ONE

The Beaumont Exporters faced a tough opponent in Austin Senators right fielder Vic Doss, but did just enough to pull out a win in Game 1 of the Lonestar Series, which they now lead 1-0. The Exporters won 7-6, despite the efforts of Doss, who hit 2 home runs, while adding 4 RBI and scoring twice and being named player of the game.

Grapevine, Texas-born Ryan Willson came through in the clutch. In the bottom of the fifth, with runners on 1st and 3rd and the Exporters trailing 5-4, he hit a 2-run double to right-center to put Beaumont on top.

"I like seeing our guys get a return on what they've put in," said Beaumont manager Bryce Reyer.

GAME TWO

When the stakes were high, Adam Goodman raised his game to match.

The left-handed Goodman turned in a stellar performance in Game 2 of the Lonestar Series today, pitching a 9-inning, complete-game shutout to lead the Beaumont Exporters to victory. He allowed 6 hits and struck out 0. The win gave Beaumont a 2-0 lead over the Austin Senators in the best-of-7 series.

Had David Frost not delivered a key base hit in the bottom of the seventh, the outcome might have been different. Instead, with two down and the bases loaded, Frost hit a bases-clearing double. That made the score 4-1, in favor of the Exporters.

"We haven't stopped playing," Austin manager Chris Vergara said. "We didn't get this far to give up."

GAME THREE

The Austin Senators have closed some of the gap between themselves and the series-leading Beaumont Exporters, winning 3-2 today. Senators right-hander Guy Elliff was named player of the game after he threw 9 innings of 7-hit ball. The win cuts the deficit facing the Senators to 2-1 in the best-of-7 Lonestar Series.

Elliff pitched a complete game for Austin. The 29-year-old right-hander was charged with 2 runs on 7 hits. He struck out 6 during his 111-pitch performance.

"It was a solid team effort and we'll try to keep this momentum going," Elliff told reporters after the game.

GAME FOUR

The Beaumont Exporters moved to within one game of winning the Lonestar Series, downing the Austin Senators on the road by a score of 5-3. Exporters left-hander Adam Goodman was named player of the game after a strong outing in which he threw 8 innings allowing 3 runs. The win gives the Exporters a 3-1 advantage in the best-of-7 Lonestar Series.

Ryan Willson's at-bat in the top of the fifth inning was a big one for Beaumont. Coming to bat with one out, the bases loaded and Beaumont leading 2-1, the catcher reached on an error by the right fielder, driving in 1 run.

GAME FIVE

The Austin Senators have closed some of the gap between themselves and the series-leading Beaumont Exporters, winning 6-5 today. Senators first baseman Chris Sullivan was named player of the game after he belted 2 home runs. The win cuts the deficit facing the Senators to 3-2 in the best-of-7 Lonestar Series.

Had Vic Doss not delivered a key base hit in the bottom of the eighth, the outcome might have been different. Instead, with two down and runners on 1st and 3rd, Doss hit a run-scoring single. That made the score 6-5, in favor of the Senators.

"It wasn't our best performance," said Doss, "but we get to live and fight another day."

GAME SIX

The Austin Senators and the Beaumont Exporters will take the Lonestar Series to a decisive 7th game. In a must-win situation today, the Senators beat the Exporters 10-6 to force the series into what will essentially be a one-game playoff. Austin right fielder Vic Doss was named player of the game in the win after he went 2-3 with a home run, a double, and was hit by a pitch. He drove in 6 runs and scored once.

Doss had a big at-bat with the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning, when he hit a grand slam. The Senators went on to win.

"It was a solid team effort and we'll try to keep this momentum going," Doss told reporters after the game.

GAME SEVEN

With a 9-8 win over the Austin Senators in extra innings today, the Beaumont Exporters wrapped up their 1st title in team history.

It was an absolute nail-biter. The Exporters led 7-4 going into the top of the 9th, but the Senators put up three runs to tie it 7-7. The Senators then took the lead 8-7 in the top of the 10th, but the Exporters answered with a walk-off win.

"Hitting, pitching, fielding; those are all things you need to win, but most importantly you need a team, a team that works together toward the same collective goal," said Beaumont manager Bryce Reyer. "Our players felt that way all year, and they played that way. When one guy had an off day, 24 others stepped up their game and filled the void."

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Player of the Year Award


The 1950 Player of the Year Award goes to...

Houston Texans 3B Mike Mullen

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He captured the award with a .333 batting average and a .412 on-base percentage this year. In 53 games he piled up 67 hits, 16 doubles, 2 triples, 17 home runs, 41 RBIs and 42 runs scored.

Chris Sullivan of the Austin Senators finished 2nd in voting, while Mike Lindner of the Lubbock Hubbers finished 3rd
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Old 01-16-2018, 11:26 PM   #23
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BREAKING: Expansion and Realignment

The Texas League has expanded by two teams for the 1951 season, adding the Waco Rivermen and Odessa Hellraisers (thanks to SuperHappyTime for that particular name recommendation).

The Texas League has also realigned from Northern and Southern Divisions to the West Texas Divsion and the East Texas Division (SuperHappyTime also recommended that, but I planned on doing that anyways).

The new divisional alignment is:

West Texas Division

Austin Senators
Lubbock Hubbers
San Antonio Bullets
Amarillo Gold Sox
Brownsville Browns
Odessa Hellraisers

East Texas Division

Beaumont Exporters
Dallas Rebels
Ft. Worth Cats
Houston Texans
Galveston Buccaneers
Waco Rivermen

Now...let's meet the new teams


Odessa Hellraisers

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About Odessa

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Odessa's origins trace back to the 1880s as a cattle-shipping point on the Texas and Pacific Railway. However, the West Texas town really began to boom in the late 1920s after the discovery of oil. In 1925, only 750 people lived in Odessa. By 1929, over 5,000 people lived in Odessa.

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About Waco

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Waco has a deep and interesting history. Waco is named after a Wichita Indian tribe known as the "Waco." The tribe settled on the West bank of the Brazos River, which runs through the town. Empresarios soon recognized the potential of the area and began to settle it, driving out the Native Americans. In 1870, the Waco Bridge Company built the Waco Suspension Bridge, which was 475 feet long and crossed the Brazos River. With the presence of the bridge, immigrants could now start to safely move to Waco instead of having to cross the river, and the town began to grow. In 1885 the soft drink Dr. Pepper was invented in Waco. Waco is home to Baylor University, which is the oldest institute of higher learning in the state of Texas.
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Please, oh please let there be a sex scandal with the Rivermen front office.
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Please, oh please let there be a sex scandal with the Rivermen front office.
I can't promise sex scandals, but I can promise that off the field narratives will come soon. Also, I didn't make this clear at the start, but these players aren't paid and there's no financials of any sort really, so front offices don't exist...yet
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1951 Season Update

Season Update

The expanded Texas League is off to an interesting start in 1951. The Odessa Hellraisers currently lead the West Texas division with a record of 13-5. The expansion club is led by an unbeatable starting rotation, led by Zach Duff.

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Duff has an ERA of 1.90 in 52.0 IP over 6 starts, good for a 4-1 win-loss record. The 29 year old native of Odessa has a solid three pitch mix, throwing a cutter, slider, and changeup.

31 year old Left Fielder Jonathan Evans is a key bat in the middle of the Hellraisers lineup. He is currently slashing .274/.312/.521 with 5 homers. Those 5 homers are tied for second in the Texas League.

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The Hellraisers are definitely raising hell, as the rest of the West Texas Division looks mediocre at best to begin the year. The Brownsville Browns, San Antonio Bullets, and Lubbock Hubbers are all 3 games back of the Hellraisers with records of 10-8. The Austin Senators and Amarillo Gold Sox are tied for last in the division at 7-11.

Things aren't much more competitive over in the East Texas Division. The defending champion Beaumont Exporters currently lead the division with a 12-6 record. As has been the case since their inception in 1949, third baseman Bill Tenpenny is leading the way for the Exporters. Tenpenny is slashing .397/.494/.603 with 4 home runs. He is an early favorite for the Player of the Year award.

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1 1/2 games back of the Exporters with a record of 10-7 are the expansion Waco Rivermen. People doubt their ability to hang around, as they have a floundering pitching staff and a lineup that seems to be overachieving. Their best player is a left fielder named Jim Scritchfield. The 30 year old is slashing .365/.506/.667 with 5 homers. He doesn't seem to have much help around him in the lineup, adding to the speculation of the staying power of the Rivermen.

Behind the Rivermen are the 8-10 Galveston Buccaneers. The Houston Texans are in 4th place with a 7-10 record. The Ft. Worth Cats are 7-11. The Dallas Rebels round it out with a 6-12 record.
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1951 Winding Down

There's only 6 days left in the regular season, and things are tight in both divisions.

The Brownsville Browns have been on a tear, and currently lead the West Texas Division with a 35-25 record. After winning championships in 1947 and 1948, the team struggled in 1949 and 1950, but they are right back in the thick of things here in 1951. Starting Pitcher Jeff Garber is still their best player, and boy, is he having a good season. The 31 year old has a 3.13 ERA in 167.0 IP over 20 GS. He's won 15 games against only 4 losses.

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While the Browns are leading, that doesn't mean they have things locked up. The Odessa Hellraisers are 33-27, just two games behind the Browns. Unfortunately for the Hellraisers, all six of their remaining games are against teams from the East Texas Division, so they don't necessarily control their own destiny and may need help getting into the Lonestar Series.

Behind the Hellraisers are the San Antonio Bullets. The Bullets are 32-28 and are 3 games back of the Browns. Like the Hellraisers, all six of their remaining games are against the other division, so they will need help from other teams to make the Lonestar Series.

The Amarillo Gold Sox are in 4th place at 30-30, and are 5 games back of the Browns. A current 4 game losing streak has sunk their hopes, and it would take a miracle for them to make a final. They do have three games left against the Browns, so a sweep may be able to make things interesting, but it's unlikely.

The Lubbock Hubbers and Austin Senators have both been eliminated from contention in the West Texas Division.

Let's head to East Texas, where things are just as interesting.

The Ft. Worth Cats currently lead the division after getting off to an abysmal start. Seeing the Cats in this position is an absolute shocker. Statistically, they've had one of the worst offenses in the league, and they've had a leaky bullpen, but the starting rotation has been the rock the team is built on.

The best starter is 33 year old right-hander George Way.

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Way is having a breakout season, as his minuscule ERA indicates. He's won 10 starts against 5 losses.

One game behind the 32-28 Cats are the 31-29 Dallas Rebels. That's right, the two teams that were in last place at the end of the first month of play currently lead the division. The Rebels are also a surprise to see here, as they have no true strength, but have no true weaknesses either. The Rebels are enjoying a six game win streak at the moment, and hope to carry that momentum into an appearance in the Lonestar Series.

While they don't have a team strength, Matt Peoples is definitely a strong middle-of-the-order bat. Peoples is slashing .310/.400/.579, and has slugged 16 home runs, putting him in third place in the league.

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Two teams are tied for third place behind the Cats and Rebels -- the Houston Texans and the Galveston Buccaneers. Neither of the two teams have ever earned a birth to the Lonestar Series, and at three games back with only six to play, it's unlikely either will end the streak this year. Both teams are 29-31

The Waco Rivermen are in 5th place with a 28-32 record. The defending champion Beaumont Exporters are in last place at 27-33. While all 6 teams technically remain in the hunt for a title birth, I'd say the East will probably be represented by either Ft. Worth or Dallas

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1951 Regular Season Ends

The 1951 regular season has come to an end, and the Lonestar Series looks like it should be an exciting one.

Representing the West Texas Division will be the...Brownsville Browns

The Browns originally looked to be running away with the division, but a three game losing streak left the division up for grabs on the final day. The Odessa Hellraisers just needed to beat the Waco Rivermen to force a tiebreaker game. Unfortunately for the Hellraisers, they lost 6-3, giving the Browns the division crown with a 37-29 record.

The Browns were led by first baseman Eric Watson. Watson won the league triple crown, hitting .354 with 20 homers and 50 RBI's.

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As has been the case for years, the Browns pitching staff was led by Jeff Garber. Garber led the league in strikeouts, wins, and games started

The Odessa Hellraisers finished 2nd in the West Texas Division with a 36-30 record. It was a good effort for the first year team.

Left fielder Jonathan Evans led the way for the Hellraisers offensively, hitting .295 with 14 home runs and 46 RBI's. The 46 RBI's had him tied for 4th in the league with the Houston Texans' Mike Mullen.

The Hellraisers best player, however, was starting pitcher Zach Duff. Duff started 22 games, winning 15 of them. His 2.72 ERA placed him just outside the top 5.

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The Amarillo Gold Sox finished third in the division at 34-32. The Gold Sox had a potent offense, finishing 2nd in runs scored and batting average, and first in home runs.

Mike Winkel anchored Amarillo's rotation. The 31 year old led the league in innings pitched and had an ERA of 2.98.

The San Antonio Bullets finished the year on a four game losing streak to finish the year 33-33. The team had no stand out offensive performers, but T.J. Newton had a spectacular year on the mound for the Bullets. His 2.33 ERA was 2nd place in the Texas League.

In fifth place in the West Texas Division were the Lubbock Hubbers (32-34). In last place were the 28-38 Austin Senators.

The Ft. Worth Cats will represent East Texas in the Lonestar Series after finishing 37-29. The Cats really had a bad offense, so their presence atop the division is a surprise. However, George Way was absolutely shutdown at the top of the division. His 1.99 ERA was the best in the league.

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The Dallas Rebels finished 2nd in the division with a 35-31 record. Matt Peoples had a fantastic season, hitting .315 with 17 homers. However, a leaky rotation sunk the Rebels, putting them on the outside looking in for the title.

The Waco Rivermen finished 32-34, good for third place in the division. Catcher Blake Johnston and Outfielder Jim Scritchfield combined for 32 homers in the middle of the order. However, they had little help around them in the lineup and a poor rotation.

The defending champion Beaumont Exporters finished tied for fourth with the Houston Texans. Both teams were 31-35. The Galveston Buccaneers finished in last at 30-36.
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1951 Lonestar Series

GAME ONE RECAP

Larry Russell was an unexpected hero for the Brownsville Browns in their game one Lonestar Series victory over the Ft. Worth Cats. The normally light-hitting catcher went 3-4 with 3 RBIís and a run scored in the 6-5 victory. Brownsville kicked off the scoring in the bottom of the 1st when Eric Watson homered to right off of Ft. Worth starter Karl Nelson. Russell added to the scoring in the bottom of the 2nd with a two-run double to right-center, giving Brownsville a 3-0 lead. That would be just his first hit of the day. The wheels seemed to be coming off the Brownsville bus in the top of the 5th. The Cats started off the inning with four straight singles, one of them a two-RBI single by the pitcher Nelson. Third Baseman Brett Sterkel smashed a three-run homer to left just a few batters later to give Ft. Worth a 5-3 lead. Brownsville scratched closer in the bottom of the 7th when Brian Edmunds singled home a run after pinch hitting for the pitcher Jeff Garber. Brownsville tied the game in the bottom of the 8th on an error by shortstop Blake Mayo. Russell then drove in the go ahead run on a single up the middle, his third and final hit of the day. Grant Paulsen shut the door in the top of the 9th, giving Brownsville the 1-0 series lead.


GAME TWO RECAP


Ft. Worth Cats pitcher George Way kept the Brownsville bats at bay, tying the series at one apiece. Way pitched a complete game, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) in the 5-4 victory. Ft. Worth hopped out to an early lead in the top of the first after first baseman Danny Herbstritt doubled home two runs on a line drive double to right-center. The Cats tacked on another run later in the inning to give them an early 3-0 lead. Brownsville scored in the bottom of the 5th after stringing a couple of singles together to make the game 3-1. However, the Cats answered back in the top of the 6th after the starting pitcher Way doubled home two runs to make the game 5-1. Brownsville would score three more runs on the day, but it wasnít enough to topple the Cats. The series now heads back to Ft. Worth.

GAME THREE RECAP

The Brownsville Browns took back control of the Lonestar Series, defeating the Ft. Worth Cats 9-5 in game three. The Cats originally looked to be in control, after Danny Herbstritt homered off of Jeff Garber in the bottom of the 1st to give them a 2-0 lead. The Cats tacked on runs in the 4th and 6th innings as well, giving them a 4-0 lead heading into the 7th. Brownsville exploded for 9 runs in the top of the 7th. It was death by 1,000 cuts for the Cats, as Brownsville had no homers and only one double in the inning, but Browns hitters were lacing singles all over the yard. The Cats would answer back with a run in the bottom of the 7th, but the 9 run inning was too much for Ft. Worth, as Brownsville eventually won 9-5. The Browns now have a 2-1 series lead.

GAME FOUR RECAP

George Way continues to dominate the Brownsville Browns, as his complete game shutout has helped tie the Lonestar Series at two. The Cats kicked off the scoring in the bottom of the 1st when Kevin Kuhl scored on an inside the park home run. Ft. Worth also scored a run in the 2nd and 3rd innings before Kuhl homered again in the 4th to give them a 4-0 lead. Ft. Worth added some extra insurance in the top of the 7th, scoring two more runs. Way pitched the entire game, allowing only three hits while walking four and striking out 3.

GAME FIVE RECAP

Brownsville crawled closer to their goal of winning the Lonestar Series with an 8-2 victory over the Ft. Worth Cats on the road today. Brady Sekula led the way for Brownsville, going 3-for-5 with a double, two RBIís, and 2 R. Nate Lawrence picked up the win, as he allowed only one run over 5 2/3 IP. The teams will have an off day tomorrow before the series returns to Brownsville. The Browns are only one win away from winning the title.

GAME SIX RECAP


The Ft. Worth Cats defeated Jeff Garber and have forced a game seven. Only a 3-0 ballgame, the starters Jeff Garber and Karl Nelson were dueling all day long. The Cats scored their first run in the top of the 4th inning. Aaron Woodall led off with a single before Danny Herbstritt replaced him at 1st after a fielderís choice. A walk by Brent Sterkel placed runners on 1st and 2nd for Kevin Kuhl, who drove home Herbstritt with a single. Kuhl and shortstop Blake Mayo scored on a single from Pat Stewart in the 6th inning, giving Ft. Worth a 3-0 lead. Barber lasted seven innings, giving up the three runs while striking out 8. Nelson picked up the win in 7 1/3 innings of scoreless baseball. The Lonestar Series wraps up tomorrow. George Way is on the mound for Ft. Worth, while T.J. Foor takes the mound for Brownsville.


GAME SEVEN RECAP

The Ft. Worth Cats have won the 1951 Lonestar Series after defeating the Brownsville Browns 5-1 in game seven. George Way was unhittable yet again for the Cats, pitching his third complete game of the series. In his nine innings he allowed only 5 hits and gave up just 1 run. Ft. Worth had just a 1-0 lead heading into the top of the 7th before scoring 4 runs, all but sinking Brownsville. The title marks the 1st in Ft. Worth history. Way was named Series MVP.

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1951 Player of the Year Award Goes To...

Brownsville Browns first baseman Eric Watson.

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Watson had a magnificent season for the Browns, slashing .354/.455/.675 with 20 HR and 50 RBI, giving him the league's triple crown. The Waco Rivermen's Jim Scritchfield and Blake Johnston finished 2nd and 3rd respectively in voting.

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