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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    I now have a second 400 game winner. Michael Funkhouser is #80 to do it, I believe.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Here are the active folks, again, in the top 100. Sydney Morris stands a good shot at 500, if he stays around, but look at Curtis Carr. He could hit 400 before he turns 35.

    With Funkhouser just recently posting win #400, I now have two 400 win pitchers, and both did it early in their age 38 season. The difference is Funkhouser is already out of gas, and Jack Downey aged gracefully. If Carr doesn't fall off a cliff he could end up 2nd overall by the time he's done, because no one's catching Rudick.

    RankPlayerLeagueAgeSeason DateSim RateW
    12TRaymond McGuireMLB ReMake457/114483
    15Sydney MorrisTau Kappa Kappa418/84468
    26TJohn HurdlePacific Coast League416/194435
    57TRobert SatterleeFrontOffice Baseball4310/58410
    79TMichael FunkhouserNational League385/312400
    84TCurtis CarrSons of Ivy348/308397
    84TRobert SummyAmerica's Pastime3910/244397
    Last edited by doaf_unltd; October 15, 2017 at 01:37 AM.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Sydney Morris is at 492 wins at 5/23 of his current season. He stands a good chance of hitting 500 before the year is out. If so, he'll be the 7th to do it.

    He's not my pitcher, but it bears watching.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Lol what do you hav to do to get these guys up on this list? Seems like an impossible task haha
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    but the vikings did go the length of the field with Case Keenum in 25 seconds, so things happen.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke_T View Post
    Lol what do you hav to do to get these guys up on this list? Seems like an impossible task haha
    Looking at the top guys, a ton has changed. The all time leader probably doesn't get close to that even in the most lopsided public league if his career started today.

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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    the top end is 500 wins and that is being done in modern times and competitive leagues. as an owner you have to be committed to maximizing starts and fielding competitive teams for a 20+ year run.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdbpimpin1 View Post
    the top end is 500 wins and that is being done in modern times and competitive leagues. as an owner you have to be committed to maximizing starts and fielding competitive teams for a 20+ year run.
    Yeah, that was pretty much the case with Downey for me. From the year he was drafted to the year he retired, his team never had a losing season. And I got him all the starts I reasonably could. In fact, near the end I neglected my other starting pitching slots in favor of loading up on offense, for the sole purpose of getting him wins. Now, two seasons after his retirement, my team sucks like a cheap hooker.

    His 502 wins are my greatest accomplishment in my 11.5 years of playing this game.
    Last edited by doaf_unltd; January 20, 2018 at 03:33 AM.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    Sydney Morris is #7 to 500.
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    Re: Wins - All Time Top 100

    thats pretty awesome. even for a public league pitcher
    Quote Originally Posted by andujar View Post
    but the vikings did go the length of the field with Case Keenum in 25 seconds, so things happen.
    DriveTheLane spreadsheet
     
    2016: 3,437-3,070 (.528) ~ 4 WS
    2017: 8,035-6,518 (.552) ~ 8 WS
    2018: 2 WS

    TML-Anaheim Angels (1959-)1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1976
    CarL-Kingston Clownfi(2017-)2022, 2027, 2031, 2032
    LEG-Juan More Inning(2033-)2045, 2046, 2047
    BD-Orange County Jui(2034-)2038
    *Dodgers-CaliforniaBB(1950-)1953, 1955
    GOAT- Squirtle Squad (1994-)1997, 1998
    CWS-Stanford Cardina(1977-)
    reAAA- Buffalo Bisons (2101-)
    TCL- Misty Mountain H(2101-)
    CBF-Ferenginar Monso(2114-)

    Sweet-1886, 1888, 1891, 1892, 1897, 1898, 1900
    WBC-1925, 1928, 1930 | AA-2100 | ThrowB-2018 | TP-1983

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