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    Re: 2011 Season

    Quote Originally Posted by TyrusCobb View Post
    Steve Martinez (one of those PSFAs making crazy money) is having an unbelievable 1st half. 42 HRs/88 RBIs in 82 games. https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4796387

    Was he worth a PSFA bid of $11.7 Million? Idk...but it sure is fun to watch.


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    With that kind of production I was expecting to see an OPS of 1.200+....maybe not worth THAT much money but if I were you I would substitute Idk for Idc.

    But at his current salary of $7.8 Million he is worth it if he keeps it up. His salary is likely to drop even if he hits 80 HR's...hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyewiks View Post
    With that kind of production I was expecting to see an OPS of 1.200+....maybe not worth THAT much money but if I were you I would substitute Idk for Idc.

    But at his current salary of $7.8 Million he is worth it if he keeps it up. His salary is likely to drop even if he hits 80 HR's...hahaha
    Yea ... nowhere to go but down for his salary.. lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenGhost View Post
    This dude is really making that much money...
    Julian Bradshaw, the league's highest paid player by over two million dollars, has a .768 OPS through 83 games at DH.
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    Interesting factoid - Steve Martinez https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4796387 and Ken McDonald https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4772144 have hit a combined 100 HRs in 103 team games - 13 more than the entire Binopolis lineup. To be fair, Binopolis has a good hitting team as well hitting 0.292 - 2nd in the league.


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    Re: 2011 Season

    David Hardage Sharpsville Blue Devils speed demon steals his 1,067 base on 9/10/2011 vs. Arlington to take the All Time lead in SB's surpassing William White of Istanbul. There will be no neck and neck race from here as William White has creaky legs and is at 100% retirement. The record he finishes with may stick for awhile.
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    Narrows breaks the single season team HR record of 365 (Great Lakes Mutant Salmon (1984) with 369 on the season with 6 games left. Steve Martinez has a small chance at breaking Karl Hill’s single season record (72 in 1990) needing 3 to tie and 4 to surpass Hills record.


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    Re: 2011 Season

    Heck of a playoff race going on in the West right now! South Park, Coventry and Lyleton are all within 1.5 games of each other with only 4 games remaining! It's going to be a tight race!

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    Re: 2011 Season

    It's been decades, but Youngstown is back in the World Series for the first time since 1985. MVP Owen Oneill & Ytown's top two starters, Chad Jones & "Little Lew" Windham (He weighs 128 pounds - I think I weighed that in like 7th grade), have been incredible so far in the playoffs.

    Four wins away from a title, taking on South Park - who just so happens to ALSO be making its first World Series appearance since 1985.

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    2011 Season

    Congrats! Narrows gave it our best but clearly Youngstown is a more well rounded team. Other than Rios, our pitching just didn’t get it done. Good luck in the WS!


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    Crazy how 26 seasons later, Youngstown and South Park have their WS rematch, and both of our respective teams had that same gap of not reaching the WS till now. I looked back at that ‘85 WS, and how you held a 3-0 lead, and SP extends to a 7th game. We’ll be sure to have another memorable WS matchup this time too. Both of our teams look great.


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