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    1904 Season Thread

    Well... a long start to the season for the Browns & the Monster. 3 extra-inning games , 10,13, & 14 innings.
    https://www.csfbl.com/team/87465/schedule

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    Re: 1904 Season Thread

    Is Berlin finally beatable? Black Holes open the season 13-6 and have several holes in their line-up. They even trail their own division leader.
    Oakland As - Remake MLB (lost 1 WS, 3 CS, 2 DS in 7 seasons)
    Tulsa Drillers - Remake AA (lost WS in 2144)
    Williamsburg TriPowers - Psi Phi (WS in 1st season in 2078 and not much since)
    Howlin' Wolf - Hippystock Moshpit (since #USB need to reorient in a now deadball league)
    St. Louis Cardinals - Dynasty (nothing to show, league with little scouting and lots of ill-humored owners)
    Berlin Black Holes - Upsilon Sigma Mu (3 WS won in inaugural seasons)

    (see my user record in CSFBL)

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    Re: 1904 Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by gregorgross View Post
    Is Berlin finally beatable? Black Holes open the season 13-6 and have several holes in their line-up. They even trail their own division leader.
    Probably not . Because of Foster alone, if nothing else. Probably end up being the greatest hitter in league history, & he shows up in New Team Draft. :PPP
    If he was in a regular league, he'd probably set a bunch of records, at least single-season .

    Btw, here is Samuel Harvey, the CSFBL all-time single-season HR record-holder (last I knew) .
    If you look at History, the best #s he had were DI 76/CN 65/BA 93/SL 98/EN 66.
    Foster is better, & he's not hampered by Allocations.
    Last edited by beanballer43; November 21, 2022 at 02:30 PM.

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    Re: 1904 Season Thread

    Clifford Wilkes no-hits the Moscow Red Minions https://www.csfbl.com/game/47044951/boxscore

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    Re: 1904 Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by beanballer43 View Post
    Probably not . Because of Foster alone, if nothing else. Probably end up being the greatest hitter in league history, & he shows up in New Team Draft. :PPP
    If he was in a regular league, he'd probably set a bunch of records, at least single-season .

    Btw, here is Samuel Harvey, the CSFBL all-time single-season HR record-holder (last I knew) .
    If you look at History, the best #s he had were DI 76/CN 65/BA 93/SL 98/EN 66.
    Foster is better, & he's not hampered by Allocations.
    Yeah, Aaron Foster is hitting like it's 1990, not 1900. But I just lost 2 of 3 against Norwalk. The Black Holes are still a good team, but maybe not great anymore.
    Oakland As - Remake MLB (lost 1 WS, 3 CS, 2 DS in 7 seasons)
    Tulsa Drillers - Remake AA (lost WS in 2144)
    Williamsburg TriPowers - Psi Phi (WS in 1st season in 2078 and not much since)
    Howlin' Wolf - Hippystock Moshpit (since #USB need to reorient in a now deadball league)
    St. Louis Cardinals - Dynasty (nothing to show, league with little scouting and lots of ill-humored owners)
    Berlin Black Holes - Upsilon Sigma Mu (3 WS won in inaugural seasons)

    (see my user record in CSFBL)

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    Re: 1904 Season Thread

    Another long game , 30 INN this time : https://www.csfbl.com/game/47045447/boxscore

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