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Old 01-06-2020, 11:16 PM   #141
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Oct. 9, 1985

Game one is tonight. NBC is broadcasting the series, with Vin Scully and Joe Garigiola on the mic. Weíve been in Los Angeles for over a day now, and weíre acclimated well. Itís a crisp 69 degrees as the sun begins to set over Chavez Ravine. Itíll be Charles Hudson vs. Orel Hershiser at Dodger Stadium. Our game one lineup:
1. LF - Von Hayes
2. RF - Terry Puhl
3. 3B - Paul Molitor
4. 1B - Mike Schmidt
5. C - Darren Daulton
6. 2B - Juan Samuel
7. CF - Tony Armas
8. SS - UL Washington
9. SP - Charles Hudson
The Dodgers lineup:
1. 2B - Steve Sax
2. RF - Franklin Stubbs
3. CF - Pedro Guerrero
4. LF - Sid Bream
5. 1B - Greg Brock
6. C - Mike Scioscia
7. SS - Dave Anderson
8. 3B - Tom Lombarski
9. SP - Orel Hershiser
And off we go.

Game 1985-NLCS1: Dodger Stadium - Dodgers 3, Phillies 1 / Dodgers lead 1-0

In what might be the narrative of the series, we keep with Los Angeles shot for shot in the starting rotation, but once we get to the bullpens, all bets are off. We score a run via a Darren Daulton RBI single (Terry Puhl had previously tripled), but in the eighth with the game tied at 1-1, Hudson allows two quick hits. Heís liften for Tug McGraw, in there to face lefties Greg Brock and Mike Scioscia. It doesnít work: single, squib that results in a Daulton throwing error. That makes it 3-1, and that does it.

In the process, McGraw is hurt, and while itís a day-to-day injury, hard to see him coming into a game now.

Oct. 10, 1985

Fernando is pitching tonight, so we put Glenn Wilson in right field and move Juan Samuel up to the two-hole. Scott Sanderson is on the hill.

Game 1985-NLCS2: Dodger Stadium - Dodgers 6, Phillies 0 / Dodgers lead 2-0

Fernando nearly makes history and turns us into a trivia answer. He no-hits us for eight innings. In the ninth, with one out, Von Hayes chops one on the infield that Valenzuela canít get over to first in time. The crowd is heated, but we avoid being no-hit twice in one season by Fernando, and we avoid the second playoff no-hitter in history. That said, the Dodgers wax us. Sanderson may have come into the game hot, but he gives up 10 hits including a Pedro Guerrero home run. Donnie Moore is nothing more than a mop-up guy right now (2 IP, 2 ER, 4 H, 2 K, 1 BB).

We head back home needing a win. John Denny will pitch, and heíll need to be big.

Meanwhile in the ALCS, the Blue Jays even the score with Seattle. In game one, down 4-1, Darnell Coles hit a big home run to fuel a three-run seventh. Seattle went on to win after a two-run eighth. But in game two, Jim Gott pitched well for Toronto, and Mike Sharperson drove in three to lead the Jays to a 6-3 win. The series heads to Seattle tomorrow night.

Oct. 11, 1985

Back home, and we need a lift. I meet with my front office team to go back over some strategy for - yup - next year.

I havenít really been on the ground floor concerning planning for 1986, but thatís sort of by design. My intention to sign players with options in the 1984-85 offseason has led to a pretty decent roster already for next season. The only true free agents after this season are:
  • SS Dave Concepcion
  • LF Billy Sample
  • CF Tony Armas
  • RF Terry Puhl
  • RP Bill Campbell
  • RP Kent Tekulve

I donít intend to bring back any of these players, at least I think. Iíd rather phase in my young talent, from guys ready to play in the majors now (Jeff Stone, Chris James, Todd Worrell, John McLarnan, possibly Blaise Ilsley) to guys not far away at all (William Jester, Marvin Freeman, Luis Polonia, Gregg Jefferies). Maybe that strategy changes slightly as I go deeper, but for now, I aim for 1986 to be another minor transition year with much of the same personnel as this past season.

Oct. 12, 1985

Last night, Toronto took down Seattle, 7-3, in game three of the ALCS, scoring seven unanswered from the sixth inning onward. George Bell and Lloyd Moseby homered; for Moseby, it was his third dinger of the series.

For us, itís game three at the Vet. John Denny vs. Danny Darwin.

Game 1985-NLCS3: Veterans Stadium - Phillies 8, Dodgers 5 / Dodgers lead 2-1

The offense comes alive against Darwin. Paul Molitor hits a first-inning home run, and Terry Puhl adds four hits. The turning point comes in the third - down 4-2, Puhl strikes an RBI double, and two batters later, Mike Schmidt connects with an RBI single. We go up 5-4 at that point, tjhen score two more in the fifth thanks to a Darren Daulton double. John Denny guts through six innings (4 ER, 8 H, 4 K, 1 BB), while Paul Assenmacher, Kent Tekulve, and Larry Andersen finish the proceedings.

Over in Seattle, Toronto goes up 3-1 with a 3-2 win. The Jays score three in the seventh to put them on the doorstep of their first American League pennant.

After the game we check in with Steve Carlton. He says he can go tomorrow night, though his abdominal is still a little sore. Charles Hudson, meanwhile, says heíll be fine. Itís a quandary, for sure.
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Oct. 13, 1985

Dick and pitching coach Juan Casado sit down with Lefty at noon. He claims heís good to go, just a little sore. ďI want to be out there for this,Ē he says. ďI know I can help.Ē

Carltonís been with the Phillies since 1972. Heís won a world championship and plenty of division titles. He has four Cy Young awards. This year he was good (11-8, 2.92 ERA, 122 K, 68 BB). Heís just 27 strikeouts from 4,000 over his incredible hall of fame career. Heís the guy. Heís our guy. We love him.

We chat with the other starting pitchers, just wanting their thoughts. Hudson: ďIíd love to be out there, but if Lefty can go, give it to Lefty.Ē

By 2 p.m. we have our answer. Weíre giving the ball to Lefty. He goes against Los Angelesí Rick Honeycutt. A huge moment for a huge player. Meanwhile, hot-hitting Terry Puhl will start in right field despite the lefty on the mound.

Before the game, I put Chicago 17 on my in-office record player and listen deep to ďHard Habit to Break.Ē I take a nice sip of my whiskey. Go Lefty, go.

Game 1985-NLCS4: Veterans Stadium - Dodgers 7, Phillies 6 / Dodgers lead 3-1

I canít blame Lefty for this. Both he and Rick Honeycutt allow four runs, with Carlton going five innings. He guts it out, for sure. But Bill Campbell? Heís the goat here, in what is another of those classic Phillies-Dodgers tilts of 1985. Same old story.

Campbell picks up the ball in the sixth, armed with a 6-4 lead, and proceeds to let it slip away. A couple singles, a triple, and a double over 1.1 innings gives the Dodgers a lead they wouldnít squander. The basic issue: We have like 1.5 good relievers at any time. Paul Molitor goes 2-for-5 with a home run and 3 RBI. Sigh. A wasted loss in some respects, but maybe I shouldíve seen this coming and ponied up for better pitching at the deadline? Or maybe not. Maybe the chips fall by design.

Oct. 14, 1985

As for the other game yesterday, the Toronto Blue Jays are going to the World Series for the first time ever. They beat the Mariners 2-0 in game five of the ALCS behind a solid Jimmy Key start. They await the winner of our series.

We go with Charles Hudson, and the Dodgers will counter with Orel Hershiser. So weíll have to beat Orel and Fernando to win this series. I donít know, but weíll give it a go.

Game 1985-NLCS5: Veterans Stadium - Phillies 7, Dodgers 3 / Dodgers lead 3-2

We get to Hershiser and take the series back to Los Angeles.

Early on it fits the narrative, with the Dodgers coming back right after we score, then adding one to get up 2-1. But we tie it, then Hudson brings in two with an RBI single to give us the lead. He settles in from there, striking out seven and allowing five baserunners over 7.1 innings. Mike Schmidt drives in two and knocks out Hershiser with a fifth-inning home run that puts us up 5-2. Juan Samuel adds a homer of his own, and Larry Andersen finishes the game with a 1.2-inning run.

We leave the Vet and grab a red-eye to Los Angeles International.

Oct. 15, 1985

Last off day of the series, and we hear that the Dodgersí Bill Russell - who hasnít played at all this series - will retire at the end of the season. He had a good career, playing for LA since 1969 and being on all those teams that have played us in past postseason series, and was known mostly for his defense.

But I donít want to hear any of that ďWin it for BillĒ crap, by the way.

Oct. 16, 1985

The boys look loose tonight, and they get a good pep talk from Robin Roberts, who visits us before the game. He thinks Scott Sanderson is going to have a big game. Well, weíll need it.

Game 1985-NLCS6: Dodger Stadium - Dodgers 2, Phillies 0 / Dodgers win 4-2

Itís over. And in a fitting way, as Fernando Valenzuela, who has had our number all season, no-hitting us back in May and nearly doing it again in game two of this series, goes the distance with a two-hitter. He allows just three hits against us all series (and wins the MVP). Itís preposterous, and yet itís something I have to accept. The Dodgers are headed to the World Series.

They get their runs via the longball - one each by Dave Anderson and Tom Lombarski. Yes, their worst hitters. It feels like a joke.

But hey, we won 75 games last season and then 98. We got to game six of the NLCS. Iíd say this was a hell of a year. A hell of a year.

While the Dodgers celebrate, we have our own little powwow in the clubhouse. Yes, the boys are upset, but it isnít the same sort of defeat. Mike Schmidt toasts to a great season: ďYou guys are the finest group of guys Iíve ever played with. Letís get healed up quick, cause I canít wait to get back out there next year.Ē

Juan Samuel turns on some music and dances to break the tension. Heís joined by Glenn Wilson and Paul Assenmacher. UL Washington hands out cigars to the boys. Theyíre in a decent mood, reflective and at ease. Again, it was a hell of a year.
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Oct. 17, 1985

We fly back to Philadelphia, and Tugger has already filed his retirement papers. Big hugs all around. ďYou got a place in this organization,Ē I tell him.

ďNah,Ē Tug responds. ďI wanna get into TV.Ē

Final statistics, with grades. First, the hitters:


C - Darren Daulton - 511 PA, .222/.354/.390, 13 2B, 6 3B, 15 HR, 54 RBI, 68 R, 98 K, 86 BB, 17 SB, 11 CS, 0.8 ZR, 1.057 EFF, 30% RTO, 3.0 WAR

Grade: C+ / I canít in good conscience give Daulton anything above this. Got on base a ton, and he really picked it up in the second half, but the production didnít come all the way around. Defensively and as a game caller, he did well.

C - Tommy Thompson - 151 PA, .231/.294/.354, 8 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 15 RBI, 9 R, 23 K, 12 BB, 1.7 ZR, .985 EFF, 42.9% RTO, 0.1 WAR

Grade: D+ / Garden-variety backup catcher who did throw out his share of baserunners; persona non grata late in the season.

[COLOR="darkred"]C - Mike LaValliere - 26 PA, .125/.192/.375, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, 3 K, 2 BB, 0.0 WAR

Grade: INC / Too few appearances.

Outlook: Daulton remains my guy and will be the starter in 1986. I could give LaValliere the backup spot (next year is Thompsonís final option year), though he still has two option years remaining. I could also deal LaValliere. Not sure yet.

First Base

1B - Mike Schmidt - 673 PA, .322/.400/.559, 30 2B, 5 3B, 33 HR 136 RBI, 100 R, 81 K, 74 BB, 3 SB, 1 CS, 6.5 ZR, 1.052 EFF, 6.8 WAR

Grade: A+ / What a career arc Schmidt is having, starting as an all-or-nothing slugger, transitioning to an all-around hitting machine, and now coming into his veteran years as a patient, skilled marksman. A career low for strikeouts (in a full MLB season), plus nearly a career high in doubles. That, plus everything else he gives, makes him possibly the NL MVP.

Outlook: What else can you say? Schmidt returns in 1986 as the first baseman.

Second Base

2B - Juan Samuel - 668 PA, .248/.283/.410, 29 2B, 14 3B, 15 HR, 86 RBI, 90 R, 107 K, 26 BB, 64 SB, 17 CS, -10.7 ZR, .948 EFF, 1.4 WAR

Grade: C- / A real sophomore slump for Samuel, who actually cut down on strikeouts - something just seemed off with the swing. That said, he stole his usual booty of bases, and the defense was better! Seriously!

Outlook: Hoping for a rebound in 1986. Keith Miller is getting closer to knocking on the door, though, but Iíd imagine Samuelís trade value is a touch low right now. Iím in no hurry to make any moves.

Third Base

3B - Paul Molitor - 680 PA, .298/.363/.410, 31 2B, 5 3B, 9 HR, 76 RBI, 91 R, 98 K, 62 BB, 47 SB, 20 CS, 3.4 ZR, 1.015 EFF, 4.7 WAR

Grade: A- / Iím docking him for the slow start, but he picked it up in the second half to have a really good season.

Outlook: Well, I got Molitor through 1989 for a reason. We do also have Rick Schu at AAA Portland, but he seems a likely trade candidate or a possible bench bat.


SS - UL Washington - 534 PA, .265/.320/.367, 17 2B, 6 3B, 7 HR, 57 RBI, 61 R, 89 K, 40 BB, 27 SB, 8 CS, 3.7 ZR, 1.027 EFF, 2.7 WAR

Grade: B- / It wouldíve been a stone-cold B if not for the lapses defensively (even though the metrics are for him, the 36 errors are a bit much). A decent bottom-order bat who kept the line moving.

SS - Dave Concepcion - 121 PA, .252/.300/.351, 3 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 12 RBI, 9 R, 14 K, 8 BB, 3 SB, 2 CS, -3.2 ZR, .889 EFF, -0.1 WAR

Grade: C- / I didnít expect much from Davey, but he at least stayed on board through the postseason and turned in a decent offensive performance.

Outlook: I might just glance at the shortstop market, but Iím content staying with Washington until fast-moving Gregg Jefferies is ready for the majors (opening day 1987 is the likely target). If I need him, I could turn to Steve Jeltz, but if he reaches the majors, itís his final option year.

Left Field

LF - Von Hayes - 726 PA, .318/.388/.494, 43 2B, 5 3B, 20 HR, 75 RBI, 115 R, 71 K, 78 BB, 45 SB, 31 CS, 4.6 ZR, 1.029 EFF, 6.3 WAR

Grade: A / A career season for Hayes, who even settled in defensively in left field.

LF - Billy Sample - 70 PA, .285/.357/.397, 2 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 7 R, 3 K, 6 BB, 2 SB, 3 CS, -1.5 ZR, .930 EFF, 0.1 WAR

Grade: B / Kinda wish we used him more off the bench.

LF - Bruce Fields - 49 PA, .273/.304/.341, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 6 R, 10 K, 2 BB, 5 SB, 2 CS, 0.0 WAR

Grade: B- / Same here.

Outlook: Unless I decide Hayes has to move somewhere else to accommodate another player (a longshot I think), itís all Von here. Sample is a goner, while Fields has two option years still. He could be a bench bat.

Center Field

CF - Dave Stegman - 450 PA, .202/.295/.318, 12 2B, 6 3B, 7 HR, 55 RBI, 39 R, 98 K, 53 BB, 3 SB, 1 CS, 1.7 ZR, 1.003 EFF, 0.2 WAR

Grade: D+ / The very definition of filler. Good enough defense in center, while his bat was maybe a shade over a hindrance in the first half, at least.

CF - Bill Lyons - 116 PA, .204/.322/.306, 7 2B, 1 HR, 8 RBI, 17 R, 23 K, 16 BB, 7 SB, 0 CS, -0.9 ZR, .996 EFF, 0.3 WAR

Grade: D+ / He played a bunch of positions and stole some bags, but he wasnít necessarily good at anything. A poor-ish utility player.

CF - Tony Armas - 115 PA, .245/.296/.462, 5 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR, 13 RBI, 13 R, 22 K, 7 BB, -15.4 ZR, .915 EFF, -0.1 WAR

Grade: C- / Smacked a couple big hits, but ultimately he was a one-dimensional player. He did usurp Stegman, though, so that gets him the C-.

Outlook: Another spot where I can stay with filler (Stegman) until my high-rated prospect (Luis Polonia) reaches the majors (likely mid-to-late 1986). Iíll keep an eye out, however, for one-year slight upgrades, in case theyíre out there; also, thereís a really, really good center fielder primed to hit the market this offseason. Weíll get there. Anyway, Stegman is not a starter on a championship team (evidenced by our benching him in September and October).

Right Field

RF - Glenn Wilson - 408 PA, .277/.321/.436, 19 2B, 1 3B, 13 HR, 52 RBI, 48 R, 43 K, 25 BB, 5 SB, 0 CS, -0.5 ZR, 1.003 ZR, 1.7 WAR

Grade: C+ / On one hand, a fine first half that gave us reason to believe he would easily be an everyday force. On the other hand, a disappointing second half that pushed him to the bench by September. Still not sure where we land on him.

RF - Terry Puhl - 209 PA, .309/.330/.426, 12 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 16 RBI, 27 R, 11 K, 7 BB, 7 SB, 3 CS, 0.2 ZR, .990 EFF, 1.0 WAR

Grade: B / A very necessary piece for the stretch run who tied together the offense. Not great defensively, but Wilson wasnít really doing it, either.

RF - Jeff Stone - 94 PA, .250/.351/.362, 3 2B, 3 3B, 7 RBI, 10 R, 15 K, 4 BB, 8 SB, 2 CS, 0.4 WAR

Grade: B- / When he was on, he was on, and 0.4 WAR in 94 PA is good. Wish we gave him more chances, though.

Outlook: The tough position. The most likely scenario is a Wilson and Stone platoon to start 1986, but we could try to deal one of these guys. Or we could shift Stone to left field and Hayes to center, but that feels like moving backwards just to force a guy who we sort of probably believe in. Get back to me on this.

Now, the pitchers:

Staring Pitcher

SP - John Denny - 234.2 IP, 15-9, 2.68 ERA, 2.94 FIP, 145 K, 68 BB, 6.8 WAR

Grade: A / Honestly, Denny was a rock, especially late in the season. A few too many walks, but enormous down the stretch.

SP - Charles Hudson - 226.2 IP, 18-5, 2.30 ERA, 2.77 FIP, 140 K, 51 BB, 7.2 WAR

Grade: A / An awesome season for Charlie, who may just head into 1986 as the staff ace.

SP - Scott Sanderson - 220.2 IP, 16-10, 3.18 ERA, 3.40 FIP, 142 K, 47 BB, 5.0 WAR

Grade: B+ / A great pickup, thank you very much. Reliable, held it down, and even turned it on late.

SP - Steve Carlton - 197.1 IP, 11-8, 2.92 ERA, 3.37 FIP, 122 K, 68 BB, 4.5 WAR

Grade: B / At this point Iím really happy Lefty continues to battle and give quality starts.

SP - Kevin Gross - 142.1 IP, 11-3, 1.83 ERA, 3.16 FIP, 92 K, 29 BB, 3.7 WAR

Grade: A / What a crummy injury for Gross, because he was having a near-Cy Young season.

SP - Joe Johnson - 57.1 IP, 1-5, 4.08 ERA, 5.03 FIP, 19 K, 20 BB, 0.1 WAR

Grade: C- / Charitable, maybe, but he gave us some gutsy innings down the stretch. Definition of a spot starter.

SP - Kelly Downs - 19 IP, 0-3, 7.11 ERA, 6.47 FIP, 13 K, 12 BB, -0.2 WAR

Grade: F / When is he going to put it together in the majors?

SP - Mike Maddux - 11.2 IP, 0-0, 1.54 ERA, 3.86 FIP, 8 K, 7 BB, 0.1 WAR

Grade: C+ / Not a lot of time out there, but some good, some bad.

Outlook: For now the rotation in 1986 is Denny, Hudson, Sanderson, Carlton, Gross. But Blaise Ilsley is going to threaten that order, while Johnson and Maddux should both get some spring looks. Downs is out probably through spring training. Iím not sure if Iíll be tempted to grab a starter in free agency - maybe late on a minor league deal, though.


RP - Bill Campbell - 67.1 IP, 4-4, 23 SV, 4 HLD, 2.94 ERA, 2.96 FIP, 42 K, 11 BB, 1.8 WAR

Grade: B / Weird that he finished with an ERA under 3.00. Was removed from the closer and top setup roles this year, but I guess he was effective!

RP - Larry Andersen - 66 IP, 6-6, 11 SV, 10 HLD, 3.55 ERA, 2.26 FIP, 51 K, 20 BB, 2.4 WAR

Grade: A- / Got hurt by defense. Andersen was good, but he isnít a closer. Still need that one.

RP - Donnie Moore - 50.1 IP, 6-2, 1 SV, 8 HLD, 4.65 ERA, 3.01 FIP, 44 K, 19 BB, 0.9 WAR

Grade: C / At times he was lights out, but at times he also stunk up the joint. Was a non-entity late in our run.

RP - Tug McGraw - 36.1 IP, 3-0, 3 HLD, 6.44 ERA, 4.24 FIP, 14 K, 25 BB, 0.1 WAR

Grade: D / The 4.24 FIP amazes me. But more power to Tug, I guess. Congrats on the career.

RP - Kent Tekulve - 33 IP, 4-3, 9 SV, 2 HLD, 3.55 ERA, 3.20 FIP, 11 K, 12 BB, 0.6 WAR

Grade: C+ / Mostly did his job after we acquired him, but man, he wasnít at all a stud (in my favor, neither were any of the other arms we were looking at before the deadline).

RP - Paul Assenmacher - 31 IP, 0-2, 1 HLD, 3.48 ERA, 4.19 FIP, 31 K, 13 BB, 0.1 WAR

Grade: C+ / I liked Assenmacherís performance this year, but he stacked up a few too many terrible outings.

RP - Don Carman - 29 IP, 1-2, 1 SV, 5 HLD, 4.97 ERA, 4.49 FIP, 23 K, 12 BB, 0.0 WAR

Grade: D+ / Couldnít hold onto his spot and spent more time in Portland.

RP - Kenneth Walker - 22.2 IP, 2 SV, 6.75 ERA, 5.62 FIP, 19 K, 13 BB, -0.3 WAR

Grade: D- / So, so raw.

RP - Todd Worrell - 12 IP, 2-2, 9.00 ERA, 5.17 FIP, 8 K, 6 BB, -0.1 WAR

Grade: C- / Mostly pitched in mop-up situations, so itís a bit unfair to tag him with anything below a C-.

RP - Chuck Cary - 4.2 IP, 3.86 ERA, 4.12 FIP 5 K, 1 BB, 0.0 WAR

Grade: INC / Not enough innings.

Outlook: Somehow Dick Howser made it work enough to get to game six of the NLCS. And now Campbell becomes a free agent, McGraw is retired, and Tekulve is also hitting the market. That means itís a miscast Andersen, a mediocre Moore, and a bunch of young guys. I might grab a veteran, but honestly, Iím more inclined to run with Assenmacher, Carman, another young guy, and maybe a long man. Weíll see how I feel in November.

And as for coaching, Howser gets an A+ for turning this team into a first-division club with a snap of the fingers, pitching coach Juan Casado gets an B+ for getting the best out of his young starters (the Ďpen is another story), and hitting coach Dan Stone gets an A- for helming the leagueís top offense, though the league in general had a down year at the plate. (Also, I am a little concerned that my youngest hitters struggled mightily this season, but itís not enough to make any generalizations.)
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