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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    After starting the season 21-34, Seattle went into firesale mode dealing 13 million worth of salary. They have now won 30 out of 43 and find themselves only four games back of the playoff race. Even though I do not consider them a playoff type team, being this close this late in the season is remarkable. And with the amount of quality players I was able to add in the draft, this should be a pretty fun team to watch.
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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    David Rowan might have just had his "moment" to lock up his 2nd straight CY award in throwing a 16-K, no-hitter vs Philly. boxscore



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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by balmers View Post
    David Rowan might have just had his "moment" to lock up his 2nd straight CY award in throwing a 16-K, no-hitter vs Philly. boxscore
    glad i could be of service, it was a tale of to pitching performances, Rowan dominant and Ott super efficient, 8IP, 1 ER, 84 pitches
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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by balmers View Post
    David Rowan might have just had his "moment" to lock up his 2nd straight CY award in throwing a 16-K, no-hitter vs Philly. boxscore
    Wow... that guy was available at pick #5? I could see picks 1 and 2 were reasonable... but certainly he should have gone at least by pick 3....

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    Yeah...my guy at 1 was no loser for sure. I was debating between Webb and Rowan then.
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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    The Northwest Golden Bears have snuck back into the playoffs after an 8 season non-playoff streak.

    From 2048-2056 the Gbears won 90, 99, 93, 105, 102, 108, 94, 102, 81. These were good times! In this stretch there were 7 playoff appearances, 1 WS loss, and 1 WS win. There were also a lot of trades of draft picks to keep the ship afloat. From 2048 to 2054, all but two 1st round picks were traded. Of the two first round picks the Gbears made, one of them was traded before playing a game for Northwest. As you might expect the team aged and there were no reinforcements - and the good times ended.


    From 2057-2064 the Gbears floundered and tried to find their way back to the playoffs. The team won 75, 65, 68, 65, 73, 67, 68, 80 over the eight season stretch. Knowing their was no quick fix, the team traded its meager remaining assets to pick up a couple of picks and patiently tried to align pitching/hitting/defense. Starting in 2055-2064 the Gbears made 11 first round picks. 3 #5's, 2 #7's, a #9, a #11, a #17, a #19, a #20, and a #24. One of the players picked 7th and the Gbears 2065 1st round pick were traded to fill a couple of holes (the cycle starts again...…). The result is a 2065 91 win season - and squeaking into the playoffs via tiebreaker. Arlington Park awaits in the Division round - so the Gbears are a heavy underdog. With that said, it is good to be back in the playoffs for however long it lasts.

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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    Good luck to those in playoffs this year. As for Chattanooga we are on unknown ground. below .500 is NOT where we need to be. It, might be time
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    Late bloomer award:

    Joel Villegas (33) FINALLY got his SY to near max (94/95) last flip. So, despite having had a terrible prior season (5.36 ERA in relief), he got a look at SP for the first time since 2062 (where he went 9-7 with a mediocre 4.18 ERA in 20 starts). Who would've guessed it? He went 18-6 with a 2.76 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, 24/31 QS in 234.2 IP.
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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Vulpecula View Post
    Late bloomer award:

    Joel Villegas (33) FINALLY got his SY to near max (94/95) last flip. So, despite having had a terrible prior season (5.36 ERA in relief), he got a look at SP for the first time since 2062 (where he went 9-7 with a mediocre 4.18 ERA in 20 starts). Who would've guessed it? He went 18-6 with a 2.76 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, 24/31 QS in 234.2 IP.
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    Re: 2065 season discussion

    OMG... check out game 3 of the Renwer / OC series... 27 innings with:

    10 to 9 victory / 27 to 26 hits / 27 to 22 K's... the two SS's had 21 and 17 total chances with no errors... there is a ton to see... not even considering that each team had a relief pitcher that threw more than nine innings....

    https://www.csfbl.com/game/boxscore....8&teamid=77167

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