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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    3 Hall of Famers....Lowell Whitely made the Hall as a Pensacola Blue Wahoo. He was the #7 over-all pick by Pensacola in 2070 and was a career closer with 662 saves and 113 blown saves. He had a 4.04 ERA, and a 1.46 WHIP. He pitched in 3 playoff games with 1 save and 1 blown save. He won 5 all-star and 2 Fireman awards.

    Chippy McCord made the Hall as a Pigtown Engineer. He was the #1 over-all pick by the Engineer in 2077. He won 260, lost 180, had a 3.04 ERA, and an 1.24 WHIP. He struck out 4,701 batters. He pitched in 4 playoff games, going 1-3 with a 3.90 ERA. He won 2 Cy Young, 10 all-star and 1 gold glove awards. He threw 1 no-hitter.

    Edward Davis made the Hall as a Omaha Nor-easter. He was the #19 overall pick by the Nor-easter in 2076. He hit .330, with 597 homers, 2,002 RBI, 1,673 Runs, and a .956 OPS. In 90 playoff games, he hit .280 with a slugging percentage of .451 and an OPS of .799. A catcher, he won 2 MVP's, 16 all-star and 7 Silver Slugger Awards with 1 championship ring.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    3 Hall of Famers---Paul Frasure goes in as a Montreal Rene Levesque. Frasure was a #6 overall pick by Montreal in 2072 and and relieved all his career. He had 560 saves with 99 blown saves. He had a 4.37 ERA and a 1.45 WHIP. He pitched in 21 playoff games with 15 saves, one blown save, a 3.22 ERA and 1.70 WHIP. He won 8 all-star awards and 3 Fireman of the Year awards.

    Earl Gibson goes in as a Loudon Hound. He was a #8 overall pick by Loudon in 2074. Gibson hit .322 with 342 homers, 1,372 RBI, 1,283 runs, .506 slugging percentage, a .382 on-base percentage for an .888 OPS. He played in 47 playoff games, hitting .232, with a slugging percentage of .346 and an on-base percentage of .292 for an OPS of .638. He won 14 all-star awards and 2 silver slugger awards as a catcher.

    Tommy Manning goes in as a Bozeman Big Brown Bear, but he played as a Charlotte Racer and Windy City Monarch as the franchise moved twice. Manning was a #22 overall pick by Charlotte in 2077. Manning hit
    .314 with 478 homers, 1,541 RBI, 1,322 Runs, a slugging percentage of .547, and an on-base percentage of .360 for an .907 OPS. He played in 26 playoff games, hitting .294, slugging .471 and had an on-base percentage of .336 for an OPS of .807. He won an MVP, 9 all-star awards and 8 silver slugger awards as a left-fielder.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    2097, 2 Hall of Famers.

    Michael Behrends wears a Kentucky Emerald hat into the Hall. Behrends was a #15 overall pick. He had a record of 306 wins 246 losses with a 3.52 ERA, and a 1.23 WHIP. He struck out 3.704 hitters. In the playoffs, he had a record of 6-9 with an ERA of 4.95 and a WHIP of 1.34. He won 3 Cy Youngs, and was in 8 all-star games. He threw a perfect game against Apostle Island.

    Michael Lessman goes in with a Dublin Fighting Irish hat. Lessman was the #1 overall pick for Dublin. He hit .
    319 with 466 homers, 1,595 RBI, 1,492 runs, with a .434 slugging average and on OBP of 367 for a .921 OPS. In the playoffs, he hit .278 with a slugging average of .434, an on-base percentage of .367 for an .801 OPS. He won 10 all-star awards, 2 gold glove awards and 3 silver sluggers and had 1 world series ring.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    2098 3 Hall of Famers, two pitchers and one hitter.

    George Anderson goes in as a Black Diamond Paysafe who were the International Playboys. Anderson had a record of 146 wins, 102 losses, 227 saves with 61 blown saves. His career ERA was 2.74, his career WHIP was 1.21. He was drafted #1 by the International Playboys, and moved with them to the Great Lakes Mariners, and went to the Trenton Knights who moved to the Buffalo Wings. He won 4 championship rings, 8 all-star awards and one Fireman of the Year Award. He was 9 and 5 with 1 save and an ERA of 1.85 in 42 playoff games.

    James Haynes goes in as a Montreal Rene Levesque. He had a record of 280 wins 195 losses, 1 save, with a 4.14 ERA, and and 1.37 WHIP. He was a #2 pick of Montreal and played almost all his career with them, finishing up with Council Bluffs Riverdogs which is where he earned his only save. He earned one Cy Young, 7 all-stars and 2 Golden Gloves. He was 6 and 9 with an ERA of 3.36 in 19 playoff games.

    Dennis Hudson goes in as a CCAFS Space Wing. He was a #1 pick by the Space Wing and spent his entire career with them. Playing 1st base, he hit
    .287. slugged .542, and an on-base percentage of .352 with 611 homers, 1,768 RBI, 1,585 runs, with an .894 OPS. In 46 playoff games he hit .238, slugged .456 with an on-base percentage of .456 for an OPS of .744. He won 10 all-star awards, 2 gold glove and 3 silver slugger awards.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    2099 has 3 Hall of Famers, 2 pitchers and one catcher.

    Robert Glover goes in as an Aberdeen Lumberjack pitcher. He had a record of 224 wins and 128 losses, with a 3.31 ERA, and an 1.25 WHIP. He was the #2 overall pick by Hudson River Pirates and moved to Aberdeen when the franchise moved. He struck out 3,849 batters in his career. In 9 playoffs starts, he had 2 wins and 3 losses with a 3.47 ERA and an 1.49 WHIP. He won one Cy Young Award and nine all-star awards.

    Jon Muniz goes in as a Chicago Stinger pitcher. He had 59 wins, 93 losses, 484 saves and 89 blown saves, with 4.34 ERA, and an 1.50 WHIP. He spent all his career with the Stinger franchise being drafted #9 over-all by Seattle Tides, moving with them to Las Vegas Vipers and Bloomfield Bulldogs. He pitched in 6 playoff games going 1-0 with 4 saves and had a 0.00 ERA and 1.17 WHIP. He was in 5 all-star games and won 2 Fireman of the Year awards.

    Barry Shepard goes in as a Aberdeen Lumberjack catcher. He hit
    .236 with 286 homers, 813 RBI, 893 runs, a slugging average of .449 and an .820 OPS. He was the #13 overall pick by Hudson River and played all of his 10 years there. In 12 playoff games, he hit .075, slugged .150 and had an OPS of .452. He had 7 all-star awards, 3 Silver Sluggers, and 9 gold gloves.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    5 new Hall of Famers:

    David Brim, a career dh, goes in as a Buffalo Wing. Brim hit .286 with 557 homers, 1,759 RBI, 1,605 Runs with a .420 OBP, and a slugging percentage of .542 for a .962 OPS. He was an overall #2 pick by Colorado Orange Crush and never missed a game for the Buffalo franchise. He played in 92 playoff games hitting .289 with a slugging percentage of .560, an on-base percentage of .421 for an OPS of .981. He won 1 MVP, a rookie of the year, 6 all star awards, and 5 silver slugger awards with 1 World Series ring.

    Daniel Davis, a closing pitcher, goes in as a Dead End Kid. He had a record of
    73 wins, 83 losses, 416 saves, 64 blown saves, with a 3.80 ERA, and an 1.32 WHIP. He started 39 games at the beginning of his career then moved to the bullpen for the rest of his career. He was a #6 overall pick for the Kids. He pitched in 9 playoff games with a record of 0 wins, 2 losses, 7 saves and 1 blown saves. His ERA was 4.91 and his WHIP 1.82. He was an all-star 6 times, a fireman of the year twice and won 1 World Series ring.

    Robert Lopes, a closing pitcher, goes in as a Pigtown Engineer. He had a record of
    38 wins, 53 losses, 410 SV, 63 blown saves, with a 3.53 ERA, and an 1.37 WHIP. He closed his entire career after being a #7 overall pick by the Seattle Hawks and played his entire career with the Pigtown franchise. He pitched in 11 playoff games with a record of 1 win, 0 losses, 9 saves and one blown save with an ERA of 1.42 and a WHIP of 1.74. He was a 5 time all-star and the fireman of the year 3 times.

    Enrique Mateo, a 1st baseman, goes in as a New York Beagle. He hit
    .335, with 185 homers, 981 RBI, 1,502 Runs, with a .425 OBP, and a slugging percentage of .474 for an .899 OPS. He stole 767 bases, being caught 283 times. He was an overall #9 pick by Jefferson City Sedentary Squirrels and played his entire career for that franchise which never reached the playoffs during his career. He won rookie of the year, had 8 all-star awards, 3 gold gloves and 4 silver sluggers.

    Gerardo Schiffman, an outfielder, goes in as a Council Bluffs River Dog. He hit
    .334 with 334 homers, 1,204 RBI, 1,142 Runs with a .401 OBP and a slugging percentage of .534 for a .935 OPS. He was a #2 overall pick for Council Bluffs and played his entire career with them. He played in 13 playoff games, hitting .286, with an on-base percentage of .333, a slugging percentage of .446 for an OPS of .780. He was a rookie of the year, won 11 all-star awards and 7 silver slugger awards.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    3 new Hall of Famers in 2101.

    Manuel Aguirre, a career closer, goes in as a Ramsey's Landing River Rat. He was a 2nd round pick by Outer Banks Anglers and never left the franchise. He won 74, lost 104, saved 608 games with 116 blown saves, had an ERA of 3.68 and a WHIP of 1.43 WHIP. He pitched in 16 playoff games with a record of 3 wins, 2 losses, 10 saves, 3 blown saves, an ERA of 3.24 and a WHIP of 1.50. He won 11 all-star awards and 3 fireman of the year awards.

    Enrique Dunning, who played over 1000 games at 1st base and center field, also goes in as a Ramsey's Landing River Rat. he was a 1st round pick, #13 by the Pontiac Savages and never left the franchise. He hit .292, with 431 homers, 1,399 RBI, 1,493 runs, with a .496 slugging average, an .400 on-base percentage for an .896 OPS. He was in 46 playoff games, hitting .316, with a slugging average of .474, an on-base percentage of .443 for an OPS of .917. He won 7 all-star awards and 3 silver slugger awards.

    Joshua Mendez, who played all his games in the middle infield, goes in as a Greenwich Duck. He was the #8 overall pick by Greenwich and played his whole career in Greenwich. He hit .342 with 60 homers, 718 RBI, 864 runs with a .438 slugging percentage and a .373 on-base percentage for a .811 OPS. He played 89 playoff games, hitting .348, slugging .435 and an on-base percentage of .399 for an OPS of .834. He had 9 all-star award, 8 gold gloves, 4 at shortstop and 4 at 2nd base, and a silver slugger award. His teams won 2 championship rings.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    2 new Hall of Famers:

    Pitcher John Devries goes in as a Cherry Point Blue Blaster. Devries was drafted #5 overall by the Big League Choo and moved with them to Pensacola before finishing with the same franchise. He had a record of 238 wins, 157 losses, 5 saves, a 3.48 ERA, and an 1.24 WHIP, 278 quality starts in 456 starts and 18 shut outs. He pitched 15 playoff games going 3 and 7 with a 3.69 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP. He won 1 Cy Young award and 8 all-star awards.

    Right fielder Billy Gomez goes in as a CCAFS Space Wing. Gomez was drafted as the #1 overall draft pick. He hit
    .295 with 684 homers 1,638 RBI, 1,764 Runs and 460 stolen bases with an on-base percentage of .368 and a slugging percentage of .587, for a .955 OPS. He played every game of his career in right field. In 39 playoff games he .373 with an on-base percentage of .433 and a slugging percentage of .758 for an OPS of 1.190. He had a 4 home-run game, which they lost and a 6 hit game which they won. He won 4 MVP awards, 9 all-star awards, 1 gold glove and 6 silver slugger awards.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    4 New Hall of Famers.

    Starting pitcher Edgar Walker goes in as a SJC Base Invader. He was the #2 overall pick by the Bloomfield Bulldogs and stayed with the franchise his entire career. He had a record of 204 wins, 133 losses, 2,459 strikeouts with a 3.31 ERA, and an 1.17 WHIP. He only pitched in 1 playoff games, losing it. He won 9 all-star awards, 2 gold gloves and was named rookie of the year.

    2nd baseman Carlos Oshea goes in as an Oklahoma Bison. He hit
    .252 with 604 homers, 1,544 RBI, 1,289 runs, with a .542 slugging percentage and a .345 on base percentage for an .887 OPS. He was the #5 pick by the Kentucky Emeralds and stayed with the franchise his entire career. He was in 77 playoff games, hitting .240 with a slugging percentage of .523 and an on-base percentage of 358 for an OPS of .880. He won 11 all-star awards and 5 Silver Slugger Awards.

    Centerfielder David Hupp goes in as a Cherry Point Blue Blaster. He was the #8 overall pick by Big League Choo and finished his career with Council Bluffs Riverdogs. He hit .298 with 396 homers, 1,414 RBI, 1,528 runs, with a slugging percentage of .476, and an on-base percentage of .363 for an .840 OPS. He played in 31 playoff games, hitting .298 with a slugging percentage of .544 and an on-base percentage of .355 for an .899 OPS. He won 1 MVP award, 9 all-star awards, 1 gold glove and 7 all-star awards.

    Centerfielder Marine Wu goes in as a Steamboat Springs Cowtipper. He was the $4 overall pick by Steamboat and played with them his entire career. He hit .279 with 636 homers, 1,728 RBI, 2,001 runs, with a slugging percentage of 495 and an on-base percentage of .365 for an .860 OPS. He stole 648 bases. He won 8 all-star awards, and 5 silver slugger awards and won 1 championship award.
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