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Thread: 2011 Season

  1. #21
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    Re: 2011 Season

    Random thing i saw that i had to share...

    LBV All time Record: 2555–2554, .500
    League: Team Names (WS Titles)
    Moneyball: Chernobyl Isotopes (2121, 2123, 2125, 2126)
    Psi Phi: Manchester Divided
    Little League: Margaritaville Beach Marlins (2035, 2039, 2040)
    Knights of CSFBL: Terracotta Warriors (2056, 2061, 2072 - retired)
    Outlaws: Black Hills Bison (2030, 2031 - league retired)
    Penny Pinchers: Minnesota Muskies (1981 - retired)
    Psi Psi: Vatican City Cardinals (2011 - retired)
    RTTB: Detroit Tigers (1961 - retired)
    Viva: Mogadishu Warlords (1990 - league retired)

  2. #22
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    Re: 2011 Season

    The final game wasn't the prettiest, but Youngstown again found a way - capping the playoff run with the franchise's first title in 26 seasons.

    Robert Beckett & Owen Oneill were incredible in the playoffs (& the regular season, for that matter), & Little Lew Windham went a perfect 5-0 in the postseason, with a 2.00 ERA & 0.75 WHIP.

    It was a season that featured plenty of ups & downs. Last year's Fireman of the Year Robert Green blew *12* saves before Joseph Morrison (the guy Green replaced mid-season two years ago) again took over the role & was a perfect 19-for-19 the rest of the way, including the postseason.

    Windham won 20, Chad Jones was dominant again in the rotation, & late-season pickup Jeremiah Miller turned out to be a quality piece down the stretch.

    Oneill's MVP season saw him almost tie the single-season record for doubles (finished one shy with 55). CF Colin Butler topped 50 HR for the third time in his career & was one of three players (along with Oneill & Beckett) to finish with more than 130 RBI in this lineup.

    Worth watching this offseason: whether SS Keith Chase takes over as the full-time starter, with 2B Jonathan Kawamoto likely to be the new 2B next year. Could be an all-new double-play combo, with slick-fielding Alfredo Herrera available for trade. Also, former top-5 pick Randy Conrad, who has been in a bullpen role the last three years, could join the rotation if he gets a big enough bump in SY & endurance - which could make this team even more dangerous.

    A championship for YRBR - but also a distinct feeling that this team will be even better next season.

  3. #23
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    Re: 2011 Season

    They round up and down on most percentage categories.

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