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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Tulsa’s David Chandler continues to hit records and milestones:

    LWTS 101 #2 all-time. Only 10x MVP Stein Sjolfson (LOVE that name!) had ever done 100+ before with 106 and 100 seasons.

    Second player ever with 3 seasons of 40+ doubles and HR

    Chandler ends his age 23 season with approximately 800 runs, 1,400 hits, 260 doubles, 180 HR, 700 RBIs, and 800 SB. Should be around double those figures (higher for HR and RBI, lower for SB assuming loss of SP) after his age 29 season.
    CSFBL Ranking:2014 #16, 2015 #33, 2016 #11
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    -44 years: 41 winning, 33 P, 23 D, 14 C, 4 WS; Final Record 4130-2910 (94-66 average season)
    Coach: TAMU Aggies (1948-Present)
    -35 years: 27 winning, 24 P, 14 D, 11 C, 8 CWS
    -Current Prestige Ranking: #6/24 (based on prior 4 seasons)
    Manager: Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2023-Present)
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    Manager: Antarctica Antediluvian Anteaters (1981-Present)
    -18 years: 15 winning, 12 playoffs, 9 D, 5 C, 4 WS
    Manager: Storm's End Stags (1981-1990)
    -10 years: 8 winning, 8 playoffs, 4 D, 2 C, 1 WS
    Manager: Warsaw Winged Hussars (1991-Present)
    -6 years: 4 winning, 4 playoffs, 3 D, 2 C
    Coach: Miami Hurricanes (1964-1989)
    -23 years: 12 winning, 10 P, 3 D, 2 CWS

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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    thank goodness this season is over, I'm so over this team. 2 trades i made did very well for my team Bernal & Pena hit in the heart of the order and performed well but the pitching **** the bed and i wasnt able to rely on prospects to step up and fill the staff.

    Senter has had 2 cups of coffee with the team now and hasnt been anything we'd hoped. Next season he's throw to the wolves all season.
    Once we saw the season wasnt going to go as planned top pitching prospect Fisk was sent back to the minors after 2 bad starts. He also comes up and does what he does.
    The biggest frustration this season was watching castoff Anspach have such an amazing rookie season. In comparison to a more prized prospect Thomas Scott has much better attributes and has had far less success to date. I'm hoping its one of those wild rookie seasons with inflated numbers that weve all seen otherwise i'm going to go insane because the numbers are way different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroku20X6 View Post
    Looks like I edged you out in the end. Fun division race. Sets up a 4th straight playoff matchup that may as well be the WS. Looking forward to the matchup!
    It is the WS!

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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by bobcat1018 View Post
    thank goodness this season is over, I'm so over this team. 2 trades i made did very well for my team Bernal & Pena hit in the heart of the order and performed well but the pitching **** the bed and i wasnt able to rely on prospects to step up and fill the staff.

    Senter has had 2 cups of coffee with the team now and hasnt been anything we'd hoped. Next season he's throw to the wolves all season.
    Once we saw the season wasnt going to go as planned top pitching prospect Fisk was sent back to the minors after 2 bad starts. He also comes up and does what he does.
    The biggest frustration this season was watching castoff Anspach have such an amazing rookie season. In comparison to a more prized prospect Thomas Scott has much better attributes and has had far less success to date. I'm hoping its one of those wild rookie seasons with inflated numbers that weve all seen otherwise i'm going to go insane because the numbers are way different.
    Anspach definitely exceeded my expectations. But, he settled in below .900 OPS by the end and I expect him to be a mid .800's OPS kind of guy.
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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    The aforementioned Anspach is one of the young guns that are setting the foundation for a new Antarctica build that had good seasons.

    22 year old CF Anspach was .263/.321/.534 with 45 HR and 103 RBI. Threw in 28 SB's and 98 runs for good measure.
    23 year old OF Percy Jackson began what will be a promising career with an exclamation point. .267/.348/.566 with 47 HR, 110 RBI, 104 runs, 25 SB.
    22 year old C Peter King was disappointing (.284/.307/.399/.706 with 12 HR) at the plate, but had a nice 43% CSPct.
    26 year old RF Herbert Mullins has exceeded expectations. I don't remember why I benched him last season, but his first and 3rd seasons had identical .798 OPS, averaging nearly 30 HR and 95 RBI. Not bad for a #43 pick.


    We're just waiting on pitching in the minors to develop...
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    CWS 1953, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1971, 1976, 1984
    HR 1903, 1906, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1934, 1943, 1950, 1953
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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Thrilling Game 3 in Nashville!

    Nashville jumps out to a 6-2 lead through 2 innings. My SP3 London (18-6, 2.8 ERA) didn’t even finish the second inning. Nashville has two elite sluggers in the 4-5 spots in their lineup, and each guy hit a 3-run HR between the two innings.

    Fortunately for us, we’ve got the league’s best offense!

    After Nashville up 3-0, we scored 2 right back. They made it 6-2, we put up another run right away. Nashville got another HR from one of their guys to make it 7-3, and we score 2 right away to make it 7-5.

    Finally we enter top of the 9th down 7-6. Fortunately we’ve got the top of the order up with 4 elite guys. Bradford pops to short for our number 1. Next up is MVP Chandler, though, and he launches a game-tying HR with just 2 outs to spare!

    Still had to survive the bottom of the 9th to reach extra innings. Nashville opened with 2 singles, but we induced grounders to end the inning. With that threat over, we pushed across 2 runs in the 10th to seal the win!

    Exciting comeback recaptured home field advantage for Tulsa as we take a 2-1 series lead!
    CSFBL Ranking:2014 #16, 2015 #33, 2016 #11
    Manager: Phoenix Roadrunners (1992-2035)
    -44 years: 41 winning, 33 P, 23 D, 14 C, 4 WS; Final Record 4130-2910 (94-66 average season)
    Coach: TAMU Aggies (1948-Present)
    -35 years: 27 winning, 24 P, 14 D, 11 C, 8 CWS
    -Current Prestige Ranking: #6/24 (based on prior 4 seasons)
    Manager: Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2023-Present)
    -48 years: 33 winning, 31 P, 22 D, 14 C, 10 WS
    Manager: Antarctica Antediluvian Anteaters (1981-Present)
    -18 years: 15 winning, 12 playoffs, 9 D, 5 C, 4 WS
    Manager: Storm's End Stags (1981-1990)
    -10 years: 8 winning, 8 playoffs, 4 D, 2 C, 1 WS
    Manager: Warsaw Winged Hussars (1991-Present)
    -6 years: 4 winning, 4 playoffs, 3 D, 2 C
    Coach: Miami Hurricanes (1964-1989)
    -23 years: 12 winning, 10 P, 3 D, 2 CWS

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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    More drama in Nashville!

    After an easy Game 4 win, Tulsa was seeking to clinch the series on the road. Nashville was not planning to go without a fight.

    Tulsa brought potential CY Young winner Paul Young (21-6, 2.61 ERA) to the mound. He was brilliant. Nashville opened the third inning with 3 straight singles to score a run, but outside of that hiccup he was lights out. Final line 8 IP 6 H 1 ER 1 BB 6 SO.

    Nashville countered with elite yet low EN William Wheeler (13-2, 2.1 ERA). We got him for a run in the 2nd, but then he gave use a run in the 3rd with two walks after there were already two guys on the bases. At that point Wheeler had gone through 67 pitches in 3 innings and was done.

    So after those early two runs, Tulsa led 2-1 with Nashville turning to the bullpen already in the 4th inning. Chandler gave us a run of insurance in the 7th with an RBI triple.

    With Duty locked in, that 3-1 lead held through to the 9th. In comes our SP4 Acevedo, a high SY guy with a 3.0 ERA as a starter. He faced the heart of Nashville’s power, and after a leadoff single, Johnson (who hit 2 HR game 3) launched a 2-run shot to tie the game. We were on the extra innings.

    Chandler led off with a single, stole a base, advanced to third on a deep fly, and ultimately scored on a double. Once again we’re an inning away from advancing.

    Acevedo proceeds to piss the chance away, leading off the inning with 3 straight walks! A sac fly later, and the game is extended.

    Not many scoring threats for a while after that. Nashville’s solid 35ish HR slugger Nelson Rivera eventually hits the walk off solo shot to win the game and extend the series.

    Back to Tulsa, where we’ve got two more chances to seal the deal.
    CSFBL Ranking:2014 #16, 2015 #33, 2016 #11
    Manager: Phoenix Roadrunners (1992-2035)
    -44 years: 41 winning, 33 P, 23 D, 14 C, 4 WS; Final Record 4130-2910 (94-66 average season)
    Coach: TAMU Aggies (1948-Present)
    -35 years: 27 winning, 24 P, 14 D, 11 C, 8 CWS
    -Current Prestige Ranking: #6/24 (based on prior 4 seasons)
    Manager: Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2023-Present)
    -48 years: 33 winning, 31 P, 22 D, 14 C, 10 WS
    Manager: Antarctica Antediluvian Anteaters (1981-Present)
    -18 years: 15 winning, 12 playoffs, 9 D, 5 C, 4 WS
    Manager: Storm's End Stags (1981-1990)
    -10 years: 8 winning, 8 playoffs, 4 D, 2 C, 1 WS
    Manager: Warsaw Winged Hussars (1991-Present)
    -6 years: 4 winning, 4 playoffs, 3 D, 2 C
    Coach: Miami Hurricanes (1964-1989)
    -23 years: 12 winning, 10 P, 3 D, 2 CWS

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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Chattanooga has its first offensive Rookie Of The Year since 1st ballot Hall Of Famer David Johnson. Ronald Webb won this award in 2059. Ths years winner is Jason Alvarado who put up a great season for a team that finished below .500: his final totals were a .315 Average in 130 games. he hit 27 2B's, 13 3B's 23 HR's 90 RBI's and lead the league with 71 SB's
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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Tulsa makes quick work of Orange County with a series sweep.

    Up next, a rematch of last year’s World Series. Can’t wait for it to start!

    Team being carried by the offense, which was always the design drafting Gabriel and Chandler #1 overall in back to back years. Chandler just got his 2nd straight MVP and his hitting .380 with an 1.160 OPS for the postseason. Gabriel’s has been on a surge the last couple games and is up to a 1.200 OPS on the postseason with 5 HR and 14 RBIs in 10 games. Will need both those guys playing well to carry us to victory over the defending champs.
    CSFBL Ranking:2014 #16, 2015 #33, 2016 #11
    Manager: Phoenix Roadrunners (1992-2035)
    -44 years: 41 winning, 33 P, 23 D, 14 C, 4 WS; Final Record 4130-2910 (94-66 average season)
    Coach: TAMU Aggies (1948-Present)
    -35 years: 27 winning, 24 P, 14 D, 11 C, 8 CWS
    -Current Prestige Ranking: #6/24 (based on prior 4 seasons)
    Manager: Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2023-Present)
    -48 years: 33 winning, 31 P, 22 D, 14 C, 10 WS
    Manager: Antarctica Antediluvian Anteaters (1981-Present)
    -18 years: 15 winning, 12 playoffs, 9 D, 5 C, 4 WS
    Manager: Storm's End Stags (1981-1990)
    -10 years: 8 winning, 8 playoffs, 4 D, 2 C, 1 WS
    Manager: Warsaw Winged Hussars (1991-Present)
    -6 years: 4 winning, 4 playoffs, 3 D, 2 C
    Coach: Miami Hurricanes (1964-1989)
    -23 years: 12 winning, 10 P, 3 D, 2 CWS

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    Re: 2072 Season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by bobcat1018 View Post
    2 trades i made did very well for my team Bernal & Pena
    Both Silver Sluggers and ALL Stars

    Crawford wins his 2nd CY in 3 seasons
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