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Old 12-06-2019, 11:48 PM   #6841
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It's been three decades since the Fairfax Frogs graced the IPA playoffs... the Croakers won pennants in '32 and '33... 8 times they have participated in the postseason with no Pro Cups to show for it... the current edition hits very well for average with a .277 BA (5th)... they score very well with 760 runs (7th) and possess fair firepower with 100 roundtrippers (24th)... but the pitching is awful with a 4.81 ERA... the Frogs handle the gloves pretty well with a .977 FA... top bats belong to All-Star 2B Butch Longman, All-Star catcher Otto Piper, Wyatt Clausen, Rory Sutcliffe and Ron Travis... starters are not very good... the best of the lot are Jazzy Dutton and Claude Elliott... closer Val Jackson is decent in the bullpen.

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Old 12-07-2019, 12:19 AM   #6842
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The White River Rascals have recently fallen on hard times in the Tycobbian North... they tumble to dead last this season, 30 GB... the last good season was 7 years ago... the Rascals won 7 division flags in 9 seasons from '48 to '56... 11 times they have made the postseason playoffs, but never won the Pro Cup... however they made the IPA Finals in '49, '50 and '55.

This year's White River club has average bats, scoring and longball power... pitching is bad... fielding is very good with a .978 FA... club leader is 35-year-old and 15-year veteran star CF Pudge Tate, helped out by youngsters Dick Robinson and platoon first baseman Clarence Desaix... Wes Chadwick is just about the only dependable starter... in the bullpen Ringo Lanier is a fair closer.

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Old 12-07-2019, 12:24 AM   #6843
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Many thanks for the support you give the Islandian Pro Alliance.

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Old 12-07-2019, 06:29 PM   #6844
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2062 Final Tycobbian East Standings
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MUSTANGS RACE AWAY WITH TU EAST
They were picked to finish fourth in the Tycobbian East Division... however, the High Mesa Mustangs didn't pay much attention to the press, they just went out and won the pennant, beating out South Fork by 3 games, Tuckanarra by 5 and longtime power Midway by 10 games... the Mustangs took the top spot after the first month of play and never relinguished it... High Mesa built the lead up to 8 games going into August, then held off late surges from the Stallions and Tiger Cats.

High Mesa's success formula was strong pitching, stout defense and home runs -- and it did the job... nobody in the IPA came close to matching the Mustangs' mound staff and its 2.85 ERA... they were also tops in roundtrippers with 192 (1st)... also right up there with the top defensive teams with a .981 FA... High Mesa has not had a lot of success over the years in the IPA... this will just be their fifth postseason appearance... the Mustangs will be in the market for a second Pro Cup trophy... it's been awhile since the first one came in the very first Pro Cup Series... the most recent TU East division title was in 2059.

High Mesa is loaded with quality pitchers... starters are All-Star Weldon Herrington, All-Star Robby Numbers, Alex Crabtree, Mickey Madison and Bucky Dodge... they have a fine closer in the bullpen Sandy Stevenson... and while they don't hit much for average, the Mustangs can score runs with the likes of All-Star 3B Kagetoki Miyazaki and Roy Roberts.

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Old 12-07-2019, 06:59 PM   #6845
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Like High Mesa, the South Fork Stallions had a very good year... all ups, no downs... great pitching, especially starters with solid bullpen... good scoring with modest power... but just average with the gloves (.974 FA)... picked for third place, the Hosses did a little better... they almost caught the Mustangs by season's end... South Fork last won the TU East in '60... have been to the playoffs only 7 times... but have captured 2 Pro Cups (2025, 2042).

Just look at their five starters: Herm McClanahan, Emmett Coogan, Rex Waller, Tris Desselle and All-Star Benito Banuelos... ERAs are all way below 3.00... bullpen could be better... Banuelos' promotion to starter could hurt them quite a bit... top run producers in the batting order are Bob Purkey, Rudy Maroney and Rudy Gatlin.

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Old 12-07-2019, 07:28 PM   #6846
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The first half of the year did not go well for the Tuckanarra Tiger Cats, but they really came alive in the final two months... by August they trailed High Mesa by 15 and a half games... then everything began to click... the Tucks were 37-17 the final two months of the season... they almost caught the Mustangs in a stirring finish, cutting their lead down to just one and a half games in mid September... Tuckanarra did not play well down-the-stretch, only going 3-7 the last days of the season, while High Mesa was 6-4.

Historically, Tuckanarra has been one of the most successful franchises in IPA history... 18 playoff appearances with 3 Pro Cups (2023, 2024, 2035)... the Tucks have contended lately, but have not won the TU East title since '49.

The current edition of Tiger Cats thrive on their prime pitchers: ace Ian Timms, Mick Dooley, Ward Hamlin and Justin Shank... the bullpen is pretty good overall with good depth... defense is just a little bit above average (.976 FA)… Boomer Carlton and Odell Overstreet carry the club offensively... they do score adequately and they hit some homers out of the park... after the great second-half surge, Tuckanarra is really looking forward to next season.

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The Midway Wolves have been the alpha team in the Tycobbian East for the last decade, but not this year... the Middies just did not hit well... team BA fell from .273 to just .249 this year... but the pitching, somewhat dubious in past years, improved... Midway dropped to fourth place this season, winding up 10 games behind division leader, High Mesa... the Wolves were the preseason choice in the polls... Midway was solid and close until midyear when they faded out of the race.

Even the Midway superstars Norishige Ito and Daryl Vale had down years, relatively speaking... both made the All-Star team, but their numbers were down sufficiently... Ito is 35, while Vale is 29... but they had no help this year with the offensive load... but there was a bright spot -- the mound staff -- with a fine 3.39 ERA... much improved over recent years... Steve Swannick, Tino Monarrez and Ezra Wilcox were a fine threesome in the rotation... closer Phil Bellamy gave them quality innings in the bullpen... the Wolves were one of the best defenses with a standout .982 FA.

The Middies chalked up six TU East pennants in the last 10 years and have won 2 Pro Cups (2053, 2054)... overall in the club's history they have 9 division titles.



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The downtrodden Ozarka Naturals were picked to finish last again in the Tycobbian East race, but they surprised and had a winning season and came in fifth in the standings, 14 games out in the pennant race... the Nats were only 5 games out at midseason... they did it with good starting pitching (3.61 ERA) and an excellent bullpen (2.72 ERA)… plus excellent defense with a .981 FA... offensively, Ozarka was severely lacking... hit only .244 (27th) with 573 runs (29th) and just 83 home runs (31st)... the club offensive leaders only had modest numbers... the best of the lot was rookie Luke Conlan and Kev McKinley... heading up the starting rotation were Jordy Alberstadt and Ronnie Belzer... Willis Reece, Tommy May and Jim Pippin were dependable, too... Ezra Wilcox did well in the closer spot and as a spot starter.

Years ago Ozarka had great success... from 2003 to 2021 the Naturals made the playoffs 13 times... 5 times they reached the Pro Cup Finals, but lost each time... the Nats haven't won a pennant in over two decades... the last one came in 2040... only 4 times since has Ozarka had a winning record.

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The Red Bluff Red Sox won the Pro Cup in 2057, but they have been on a slow downward trend since, culminating with a sixth place finish this year... the Sox no longer carry the big stick they used to possess... they batted a pathetic .226 this season (32nd)... home runs, a longtime staple, have plummeted to just 121 (17th)... and runs are scarce with only 552 (31st)... luckily, the pitching is pretty darn good with a 3.40 ERA (7th)... Red Bluff has a solid starting five in Wilson Sharpe, Ricky Lambert, Dontrelle Gilbreath, Delroy Loggins and Ben Laughlin... Sharpe and Lambert were a big part of the '57 IPA Pro Cup champion... Gilbreath was also on the staff in a modest role... no threats in the batting order... Paul Gaddison and Odis Keener were only fair run producers.

The Red Sox have not had a lot of success down through the years... only participated in the postseason playoffs on 9 occasions, but they do have 2 Pro Cup trophies (2004, 2057)... but most of the time Red Bluff has posted a winning record.

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One of the worst teams in IPA history is the Hillsboro Blazers... only one time have they made the playoffs... that was in 2051 when they were a magnificent 98-56... they really were great that season... how good were they?... good enough to contend for the IPA title... the Blazers battled Pro Cup champion Arlon in a torrid 7-game series before succumbing in the first round of the playoffs.

This year Hillsboro was not the worst team in the Tycobbian East -- thank goodness for the atrocious East Point Panthers -- the Blazers did not come in last -- they finished seventh... no offense with a .234 BA (29th) and 562 runs (30th)... no pitching (4.25 ERA)... but they had pretty good home-run power with 143 roundtrippers (8th)... and pretty good defense with a .977 FA... no big bats in the lineup... just a few modest ones with Rube Nealy and Jackie Hansford... the only quality arms on the team belonged to starter Horace Almond and closer Jeffrey Bevan.

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In the early 50s East Point was a premier team in the Tycobbian East... they were division champs in '50 and '52... even won 96 games in '51 and finished second to the terrific Hillsboro Blazers with 98 wins... the Panthers slipped slowly, but now have hit rock bottom - just 52 wins and a whopping 102 defeats - East Point is dead last in the TU East... the Panthers are gosh awful bad and they have the numbers to prove it with only 467 runs (32nd) and a .228 BA (31st)... the most productive batter is George Leach with a .240 BA, 18 HR and 79 RBIs... the mound corps is not bad... just average with a 4.03 ERA (16th)... Charley Clutterbuck and Marty Yaden are pretty good starters... with a so-so bullpen that is nothing to write home about.

East Point has one of the worst won-lost record in the IPA... 709 games below .500 in 62 seasons... a .462 winning percentage... Hillsboro is a little bit better at .473 winning percentage... the Panthers have made the playoffs only 7 times in history... never won a Pro Cup... but they came close, losing to Elnora in 7 games in 2033.

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RACERS BEST IN TU WEST 3 YEARS IN A ROW
Rolling Hills saved the best for last in the Tycobbian West Division this year and captured its third pennant in a row... in previous years the Racers wrapped up the division title pretty early, winning by 8 and 9 games... but this season the Racers really had a fight on their hands from the Kenwood Wildcats and the Bayview Vikings for much of the season... the defending Pro Cup champion lagged 4 to 5 games out the first two months of the year and finally moved into first place in July... then they lost the lead to the Wildcats in August with the Vikings right on their heels... victory was in much in doubt during the summer... then the Racers came roaring down the backstretch with a magnificent 23-3 in September and cross the finish in fine fashion and won by 9 games over Kenwood... and the Wildcats didn't flop... they were a strong 17-10 the final month... the La Claire Lynx came in a very distant third, 18 GB... fourth place went to Denton City, 20 GB... Bayview faded badly in August and September with a 20-35 mark and wound up 23 games behind the Racers.

It was another fine season for Rolling Hills with its high-powered attack and good pitching... the Racers hit a rousing .304 (1st), scored 891 runs (1st) and had good power with 138 homers (10th)... the starters ERA was a little better than average with a 4.03 ERA... relievers stood out with a 2.97 ERA (8th)... and fielding-wise, they had average defense with a .976 FA... this will be the 14th appearance in the postseason playoffs for the Racers... they will be seeking a record-breaking fifth Pro Cup with trophies from '29, '32, '48 and '60... they lost in an upset last year to the very talented Oxford Red Caps in a spectacular 7-game series in the Tycobbian title series.

Rolling Hills piled up 102 victories this season, sparked by a lineup of just about all .300 hitters... the worst were at .299... from the leadoff hitter to the number eight man in the order, the Racers are really something to behold... just look at them: Teddy Stonich, Jean-Luc Roubique, Hugo Sutton, Mick Carmickle and company... then take a gander at the mound staff, led by Vance Dillaway and Brownie Ashmore... they are Pro Cup caliber pitchers... not sure about the rest of them... pitching cost Rolling Hills the Pro Cup last year... they could not handle Oxford... really looking forward to them playing again... but the Racers will have to whip a pretty fair bunch of High Mesa Mustangs to get to the Tycobbian Finals... and Oxford just might get some stiff competition from the Southport Sun Sox in round one.

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