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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Smashing Siblings

    Among all the excitement in the inaugural Brockmire season, lost in the shuffle is the obscure brother record that was set by the Zuniga brothers, Daniel (Florida) and Nicolas (Detroit). They combined for a record 383 hits.
    Current
    MLB Remake-D. Tigers-1976-2059 and 2088- WS:2-1
    MLB Classic-Det Tigers-1993-2076 and 2125- WS:3-3
    Justice-W.M. Whitecaps 2093- WS:1-0
    League of Legends-T.C. Walking Dead 2077- WS:0-2
    League of Champions-M. Marlins 2066- WS:3-0
    Brockmire League-Det Wolverines 1981- WS:2-0
    Past

    Coors Field-Dodgers WS:7-2
    MLB Remake AAA WS:0-1
    MLB Remake AA WS:2-0
    Justice-C.B. Bonds 2042-2058 WS:1-1
    PGML-Musk. Clippers 2033-2037 WS:0-1
    Tilted Tables-Pilots 1991- WS:2-6

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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Awesome write up! My Bears cant stop anyone from scoring so they love to just run run run!!

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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Updated Individual Players Records List


    AB - 694 Terry Flanagan LF (BAL 82)
    R - 130 Timothy Yates 3B (BAL 81)
    Hits - 238 Richard Kirkpatrick CF (SEA 81)
    Patrick Spear CF (STL 82)
    John Flippen LF (MIN 82)
    2B - 47 Patrick Spear CF (STL 81)
    3B - 16 Ted Bryant C (SEA 81)
    HR - 62 Joshua Demars RF (LAL 81)
    RBI - 161 Sicilian Cruz CF (TOR 81)
    BB - 158 William Unger CF (BAL 81)
    SO - 203 Jonathan Littlefield LF (PIT 82)
    SB - 108 Ron Pierce SS (DVB 81)
    CS - 43 Ron Pierce SS (DVB 82)
    AVG - .386 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81 & 82)
    OBP - .509 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)
    SLG - .658 Joshua Demars RF (LAL 81)
    OPS - 1.132 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)
    PA - 763 Sherman Howell 2B (TOR 81)
    TB - 423 Joshua Demars RF (LAL 81)
    GB/FB - (highest)65% Michael Golding RF (MIN 81)
    James Marlow 3B (TEX 82)
    (lowest) 36% Roger James C (DET 81)
    SF - 8 Milton Dipasquale CF (HOU 82)
    HBP - 11 Robert Cook CF (CHI 81)
    GDP - 56 Andrew Cole C (NYH 82)
    ROE - 18 Juan Lopez LF (NYH 81)
    XB - 84 Ted Bryant C (SEA 82)
    BRO - 12 Terry Flanagan LF (BALT 82)
    SA - .641 Timothy Yates 3B (BAL 81)
    RC - 195.2 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)
    LWTS - 83.79 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)
    ABHR - 10.24 Joshua Demars RF (LAL 82)
    TBPA - 0.61 Joshua Demars RF (LAL 82)
    XRC - 151.6 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)
    XRAA - 63.7 Ivan Wheat CF (TOR 81)


    Individual Pitchers Records (minimum 100 IP)

    G - 87 Wm Swatzell (MIN 82)
    IP - 302.2 Vincent Bolton (SEA 82)
    W - 25 Antony Vanover (BAL 81)
    L - 24 Melvin Wyatt (OAK 81)
    SV - 46 John Walsh (FLA 81)
    BS - 10 Chris Woo (TOR 81)
    HLD - 15 Ryan Harvey (BOS 82)
    H - 316 Vincent Bolton (SEA 81)
    R - 177 Ed Jackson (SEA 81)
    William Reed (SEA 82)
    ER -167 William Reed (SEA 82)
    BB - 146 Ed Jackson (SEA 82)
    HBP - 17 Joshua Perry (FLA 82)
    SO - 356 Mario Heitman (FLA 81)
    GS - 40 (tie) Reed, Mills, Jackson, Bolton (SEA 81 & 82)
    QS - 30 Mario Heitman (FLA 81)
    CG - 27 Roy Morales (KC 81 & 82)
    Seth Greisinger (DET 82)
    SO - 6 Roy Morales (KC 82)
    ERA - 2.18 Mark Henderson (SD 82)
    WHIP - 0.91 Kyle Peterson (KC 81)
    SO9 - 13.2 Louis Quintanar (DVB 81)
    BB9 - 6.0 Harry Alvarado (PHI 81)
    SOBB - 11.00 Larry Gonzales (KC 81)
    GO - 518 Vincent Bolton (SEA 82)
    FO - 289 William Reed (SEA 81)
    FFO - 45 Martin Mills (SEA 82)
    HR - 48 (tie) Scott Essary (ATL 81)
    Ed Jackson (SEA 81)
    Maggilo Lear (TOR 81)
    IR - 78 Felix Munro (STL 82)
    IRS - 32 Daniel Tipton (ATL 81)

    Worst
    OAVG - .355 Mark Baehr (MIL 81)
    OOBP - .431 Mark Baehr (MIL 81)
    OSLG - .608 Mark Baehr (MIL 81)
    OOPS - 1.038 Mark Baehr (MIL 81)
    LWTS - -46.27 Felix Saucier (TOR 82)

    Best
    OAVG - .183 Timothy Sandoval (BOS 82)
    OOBP - .242 Kyle Peterson (MIL 81)
    OSLG - .262 Timothy Sandoval (BOS 81)
    OOPS - .537 Timothy Sandoval (BOS 81)
    LWTS - 68.48 Mario Heitman (FLA 81)
    XRAA - 75.4 Antony Vanover (BAL 81)
    BABIP- .223 Timothy Sandoval (BOS 82)
    FIP 2.37 Larry Gonzales (KC 81)




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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Updated Team Records

    Brockmire Team Hitting Records

    AB - 5823 (TOR 81) 5342 (DEN 82)
    R - 929 (DET 81) 575 (OAK 81)
    H - 1788 (TOR 81) 1324 (CHI 82)
    2B - 328 (MIN 82) 219 (CHI 82)
    3B - 106 (MIN 81) 36 (LAL 82)
    HR - 286 (DET 81) 125 (SEA 82)
    RBI - 929 (DET 81) 575 (OAK 81)
    BB - 799 (KC 81) 417 (OAK 81)
    SO - 752 (BAL 82) 1276 (TOR 81)
    SB - 395 (DVB 81) 13 (PHI 81)
    CS - 8 (PHI 81) 150 (DEN 82)
    AVG - .307 (TOR 81) .246 (CHI 82)
    OBP - .369 (TOR/MIN/BOS 82) .313 (OAK 81)
    SLG - .507 (LAL 81) .402 (OAK 81)
    OPS - .863 (DET 81) .716 (OAK 81)

    Brockmire Team Pitching Records

    IP 1471.0 (PHI 82) 1403.0 (DEN 82)
    W 110 (BOS 82)
    L 106 (OAK 81)
    SV 58 (FLA 81) 10 (KC 81)
    BS 2 (LAL 82) 24 (SD 81)
    HLD 26 (FLA 81) 0 (LAL 81)
    H 1203 (BOS 82) 1735 (MIN 81)
    R 509 (BOS 82) 1033 (MIN 81)
    ER 495 (BOS 82) 999 (MIN 81)
    BB 429 (KC 81) 731 (PIT 81)
    HBP 8 (TOR 82) 52 (NYH 81)
    SO 1251 (DEN 82) 799 (PIT 81)
    QS 109 (SD 82) 51 (MIN 81)
    CG 84 (LAL 82) 5 (FLA 81)
    SHO 14 (CHI 82)
    0 (MIN 81 &82/DVB 81&82/BOS 81)
    ERA 3.07 (BOS 82) 6.35 (MIN 81)
    WHIP 1.18 (BOS 82) 1.70 (MIN 81)




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    The Brockmire Awards

    1982 Brockmire Awards

    The Dodgeball Champ Award
    LF Terry Flanagan of Baltimore set a record with 694 At Bats, and more importantly to him, he wasn’t hit by a pitch after getting tagged by 5 the year before. He also set a league record with 12 broken bat singles.

    The ‘Just imagine if I hit first’ Award
    CF Patrick Spear (STL) and LF John ‘Bat’ Flippen (MIN) tied CF Richard Kirkpatrick’s (SEA) 1981 record with 238 hits. Oddly none of those players bat lead off. Spear hits second in the line up, ‘Bat’ Flippen hits 5th and Kirkpatrick hits third.

    The Most Inappropriate Walk up Song Award
    Harold Richardson of the Philadelphia Stars Walk up song is the 1986 Run-DMC/Aerosmith ‘Walk this way’ hit. He has had 84 AB in 20 games over the last TWO years and hasn’t drawn a walk yet. After having a tough year with 2 hits in 36 AB he is considering a new song next year.

    The Worst Walk up Song Award
    RF Ivan Wheat insists on ‘Baby Shark’ being played for his 4 year old son Ivan Wheat Jr. but with a slash line of .386/.492/.607/1.099 management happily complied.

    The ‘Take that Moonlight Graham’ Award
    John Tinsley CF has played one game each year for Montreal and has yet to get a hit or a walk in 8 at bats. He did reach base on error on April 19th and got caught trying to steal second in the bottom of the first inning.
    Career Slash line 0/0/0/0.

    The ‘Hit ‘em where they is’ Award
    Andrew Cole of the NY Highlanders hit into a record setting 56 double plays.

    The So Close Award
    21 year old Milton Dispasquale projects to be a monster power hitter in the league and didn’t disappoint in his freshman year smashing 45 home runs for Houston. Sadly some of the monster blasts fell inches short of clearing the fence, but did help him lead the league with 8 sacrifice flys.

    The Smallest Player Award
    32 year old second baseman for Houston, Michael ‘the Bumble’ Beaman is 5’3” and weighs in at a buck o’four. Both of his Home Runs cleared the fence this year. Slash line .278/.310/.381/.711



    The Dead-arm Award
    Edward Goodman of the Florida Flyers had a horrific sophomore year going from a 20-9 (206.2) with a 4.35 ERA to 4-10 (85.1) with a 8.12 ERA this year. He been on a rest and rehab since Mid July.

    The Pre-Closer Award
    Ryan Harvey of the Boston Americans broke a league record with 15 Holds. Very much a team player he shot down the idea of being a closer for another team, yet his agent is holding out hope...

    The Better than the AAA Guys Award
    Former starter Donald Graham of the Minnesota 10k wins this award with a deceiving record of 4-1-2 and only one blown save. However in 52 games (72 innings) he gave up 116 hits, 75 runs (74 earned) ending up with a 9.35 ERA and a 2.17 WHIP. But his semi bearable line saved him from the following award.

    The ExLax Bullpen Award
    Dale Showers of the New York Highlanders wins this highly desirable award going 77 innings with 0-7 (one blown save and 0 holds) record giving up 74 runs (72 earned) with an 8.42 ERA and a WHIP of 2.21.

    The Brickma Award
    Ronald Campbell of the Texas Prairie Dogs wins this award with the best QS with 28 of 32 games. It’s all about the three R’s.

    The Respect the Game Award
    Joshua Perry, of the Florida Flyers, respects the unwritten laws of baseball. So remember that all of those little bat flips and hard slides have consequences when he’s on the mound.
    17 HBP and three manager ejections.

    The Pitching Coaches ‘Favorite’ Award
    23 year old Felix Munro of St.Louis was handed the ball with 78 runners on base (over 79 games) and only 30 scored.

    The Rubber Arm Award
    Wm Swatzell of the Minnesota 10,000 played in over half of the games this year setting a new league record of 87 games with this line...
    9-4-2 saves(1 blown) and 4 holds. 189 innings and a 4.10 ERA (1.32 WHIP).

    The 2L = 1 SV Algebra Award
    Derrick Schreiber of the Philadelphia Stars had this odd line ... 37 G, 53.2 IP, 5-16 with 8 SV (3BS) with a reasonable ERA of 4.18 for the bargain basement price of $164k.

    The Cirque du Erreur Awards

    P Eddie Tapia (SD) 6
    C Abiazer Mohn (TOR) 1
    1B David Reinert (PHI) 29
    2B Frank Gay (SD) 25
    3B Robert Mendez (PHI) 33
    SS Robert ‘Left Eye’ Lopez (CLE) 44

    The Creamed Corn Awards

    LF Ismael Busch (HOU) 7 errors
    CF Richard Kirkpatrick (SEA) 12 errors
    RF James Salter (TOR) 7 errors (tie)
    RF Julian Collette (PHI) 7 errors (tie)

    Let’s end it off this year with...

    The Morris Buttermaker Award
    The Oakland Dumbos win this coveted award going 88-72 this year versus last years 54-106. For the math challenged fans that’s ALOT more wins.

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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    I'm glad you caught this, I never saw a time where a reliever lost 16 games let alone on only 3 BSs

    Derrick Schreiber of the Philadelphia Stars had this odd line ... 37 G, 53.2 IP, 5-16 with 8 SV (3BS) with a reasonable ERA of 4.18 for the bargain basement price of $164k.


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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Quote Originally Posted by oldeephus View Post
    1982 Brockmire Awards

    The Cirque du Erreur Awards


    1B David Reinert (PHI) 29

    3B Robert Mendez (PHI) 33

    The theme song here in Philly is from REM

    "That me in the corner, that's me in the spotlight losing my religion "








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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Quote Originally Posted by oldeephus View Post
    1982 Brockmire Awards

    The Dodgeball Champ Award
    LF Terry Flanagan of Baltimore set a record with 694 At Bats, and more importantly to him, he wasn’t hit by a pitch after getting tagged by 5 the year before. He also set a league record with 12 broken bat singles.

    The ‘Just imagine if I hit first’ Award
    CF Patrick Spear (STL) and LF John ‘Bat’ Flippen (MIN) tied CF Richard Kirkpatrick’s (SEA) 1981 record with 238 hits. Oddly none of those players bat lead off. Spear hits second in the line up, ‘Bat’ Flippen hits 5th and Kirkpatrick hits third.

    The Most Inappropriate Walk up Song Award
    Harold Richardson of the Philadelphia Stars Walk up song is the 1986 Run-DMC/Aerosmith ‘Walk this way’ hit. He has had 84 AB in 20 games over the last TWO years and hasn’t drawn a walk yet. After having a tough year with 2 hits in 36 AB he is considering a new song next year.

    The Worst Walk up Song Award
    RF Ivan Wheat insists on ‘Baby Shark’ being played for his 4 year old son Ivan Wheat Jr. but with a slash line of .386/.492/.607/1.099 management happily complied.

    The ‘Take that Moonlight Graham’ Award
    John Tinsley CF has played one game each year for Montreal and has yet to get a hit or a walk in 8 at bats. He did reach base on error on April 19th and got caught trying to steal second in the bottom of the first inning.
    Career Slash line 0/0/0/0.

    The ‘Hit ‘em where they is’ Award
    Andrew Cole of the NY Highlanders hit into a record setting 56 double plays.

    The So Close Award
    21 year old Milton Dispasquale projects to be a monster power hitter in the league and didn’t disappoint in his freshman year smashing 45 home runs for Houston. Sadly some of the monster blasts fell inches short of clearing the fence, but did help him lead the league with 8 sacrifice flys.

    The Smallest Player Award
    32 year old second baseman for Houston, Michael ‘the Bumble’ Beaman is 5’3” and weighs in at a buck o’four. Both of his Home Runs cleared the fence this year. Slash line .278/.310/.381/.711



    The Dead-arm Award
    Edward Goodman of the Florida Flyers had a horrific sophomore year going from a 20-9 (206.2) with a 4.35 ERA to 4-10 (85.1) with a 8.12 ERA this year. He been on a rest and rehab since Mid July.

    The Pre-Closer Award
    Ryan Harvey of the Boston Americans broke a league record with 15 Holds. Very much a team player he shot down the idea of being a closer for another team, yet his agent is holding out hope...

    The Better than the AAA Guys Award
    Former starter Donald Graham of the Minnesota 10k wins this award with a deceiving record of 4-1-2 and only one blown save. However in 52 games (72 innings) he gave up 116 hits, 75 runs (74 earned) ending up with a 9.35 ERA and a 2.17 WHIP. But his semi bearable line saved him from the following award.

    The ExLax Bullpen Award
    Dale Showers of the New York Highlanders wins this highly desirable award going 77 innings with 0-7 (one blown save and 0 holds) record giving up 74 runs (72 earned) with an 8.42 ERA and a WHIP of 2.21.

    The Brickma Award
    Ronald Campbell of the Texas Prairie Dogs wins this award with the best QS with 28 of 32 games. It’s all about the three R’s.

    The Respect the Game Award
    Joshua Perry, of the Florida Flyers, respects the unwritten laws of baseball. So remember that all of those little bat flips and hard slides have consequences when he’s on the mound.
    17 HBP and three manager ejections.

    The Pitching Coaches ‘Favorite’ Award
    23 year old Felix Munro of St.Louis was handed the ball with 78 runners on base (over 79 games) and only 30 scored.

    The Rubber Arm Award
    Wm Swatzell of the Minnesota 10,000 played in over half of the games this year setting a new league record of 87 games with this line...
    9-4-2 saves(1 blown) and 4 holds. 189 innings and a 4.10 ERA (1.32 WHIP).

    The 2L = 1 SV Algebra Award
    Derrick Schreiber of the Philadelphia Stars had this odd line ... 37 G, 53.2 IP, 5-16 with 8 SV (3BS) with a reasonable ERA of 4.18 for the bargain basement price of $164k.

    The Cirque du Erreur Awards

    P Eddie Tapia (SD) 6
    C Abiazer Mohn (TOR) 1
    1B David Reinert (PHI) 29
    2B Frank Gay (SD) 25
    3B Robert Mendez (PHI) 33
    SS Robert ‘Left Eye’ Lopez (CLE) 44

    The Creamed Corn Awards

    LF Ismael Busch (HOU) 7 errors
    CF Richard Kirkpatrick (SEA) 12 errors
    RF James Salter (TOR) 7 errors (tie)
    RF Julian Collette (PHI) 7 errors (tie)

    Let’s end it off this year with...

    The Morris Buttermaker Award
    The Oakland Dumbos win this coveted award going 88-72 this year versus last years 54-106. For the math challenged fans that’s ALOT more wins.

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    I've been in CSFBL since 2007, and this is one of the greatest forum posts I've ever seen.

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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Quote Originally Posted by orangecat13748 View Post
    I've been in CSFBL since 2007, and this is one of the greatest forum posts I've ever seen.
    I am very happy to have Billy's contributions to Brockmire league.

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    Re: The Brockmire Awards

    Quote Originally Posted by orangecat13748 View Post
    I've been in CSFBL since 2007, and this is one of the greatest forum posts I've ever seen.
    I concur.
    Current
    MLB Remake-D. Tigers-1976-2059 and 2088- WS:2-1
    MLB Classic-Det Tigers-1993-2076 and 2125- WS:3-3
    Justice-W.M. Whitecaps 2093- WS:1-0
    League of Legends-T.C. Walking Dead 2077- WS:0-2
    League of Champions-M. Marlins 2066- WS:3-0
    Brockmire League-Det Wolverines 1981- WS:2-0
    Past

    Coors Field-Dodgers WS:7-2
    MLB Remake AAA WS:0-1
    MLB Remake AA WS:2-0
    Justice-C.B. Bonds 2042-2058 WS:1-1
    PGML-Musk. Clippers 2033-2037 WS:0-1
    Tilted Tables-Pilots 1991- WS:2-6

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