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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    I was recovering from knee replacement surgery, otherwise I would have been quicker this year.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    4 new Hall of famers:

    Raul McIntosh, of the Kentucky Emeralds, was drafted #13 overall by the Emeralds. He had a record of 255 wins, 201 losses, 8 saves, with a 3.73 ERA, and an 1.33 WHIP. He had 3,805 strick-outs. In the play-offs, he had a record of 4 wins, 8 losses with a 4.38 ERA and a 1.25 WHIP. He won 5 all-star awards.

    Damon Hogg, of the Great Lakes Mariners, was drafted #7 over all by Big League Choo who released him after 2 seaons to be signed by Great Lakes. He had a record of
    238 wins, 156 loses, 15 saves, with a 3.66 ERA, and an 1.40 WHIP. In the play-offs, he had a record of 10 wins, 13 losses, 6 saves with a 4.33 ERA and a 1.50 WHIP. He won 4 championship rings, 10 all-star awards and one gold glove. He threw 2 no-hitters.

    Daniel Whitefield, of the North West Reign, was drafted #2 overall by the Reign. A power-hitting 2nd baseman, he hit .
    279 with 633 homers, 1,563 RBI, 1,279 runs, and a .959 OPS. In the play-offs, he hit .234 with an OPS of .958. He was named MVP 3 times, was Rookie of the Year, was named to the all-star team 11 times, and had 5 silver sluggers.

    Tyree Smith, of the Dublin Fighting Irish, was drafted #6 over all by the Irish. A good hitting shortstop, he hit
    .333 with 213 homers, 1,314 RBI, 1,636 runs, and an.870 OPS. In the playoffs, he hit .238 with an OPS of .642. He won 11 all-star awards, and 7 silver sluggers. Twice, he had 6 hits in a game.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    4 new Hall of Famers:

    Bryan Dooley, a starting pitcher, goes in as a Belle Isle Nor-easter. He had a record of 280 wins, 217 losses with 4.37 ERA and an 1.51 WHIP. A #4 draft pick of Belle Isle, he had 3,781 strike-outs. In 11 years of play-offs, he had a record of 12-15 with an ERA 4.09 and a WHIP of 1.39. He had 1 championsip ring and 3 all-star awards.

    Napolean Fleming, catcher, goes in as a Greenwich Duck. He hit .301 with 231 homers, 1,039 RBI, 1,794 runs, a .413 on-base percentage and .420 slugging percentage for an .844 OPS. He was a #33 pick of the Ducks and had 3,357 hits. In 9 playoff years, he hit .295 with a .420 slugging percentage and a .416 on-base percentage for an .837 OPS. He won 1 championship ring and 11 all-star awards. He had 6 hits in a game twice and hit for the cycle once.

    Matt Lowe, a 2nd baseman, goes in as a Montreal Rene Levesque. He hit .282 with 395 homers, 1,450 RBI, 1,474 runs, slugged .490 and had an on-base percentage of .403 for a.893 OPS. He was a 5th draft pick of Montreal, In 4 playoff years, he hit .221 with a slugging percentage of .385 and had an on-base percentage of .406 for an OPS of .791. He hit for cycle once, was named MVP once, had 9 all-star and 4 silver slugger awards.

    James Winters, a 3rd baseman, goes in as a Jefferson City Sedentary Squirrel. He hit .
    .322 with 462 homers, 1,601 RBI, 1,444 runs, for a .911 OPS. He was a #22 draft picks and finished his career out as a Bunch Alasgalodi which got him over 3,000 hits with 3,052. He slugged .537, and had an on-base percentage of .375. In one playoff year, he hit .240 with a slugging percentage of .440 and an on-base percentage of .296. He had 10 all-star and 7 silver slugger awards and hit for the cycle once.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Four more Hall of Famers:

    Thomas Bishop goes in as a Jefferson County Sedentary Squirrel. Drafted #5 overall as a catcher, he spent 512 games at catcher, but 1596 at dh. For his career, he hit .277, hit 692 homers, drove in 1,874, scored 1,790 runs, and had an 1.008 OPS. He played in 13 playoff games, hitting .333 with an 1.022 OPS. He had 7 all-star and 4 silver slugger awards along with an MVP and Rookie of the Year.

    Troy Buckner goes in as a Great Lakes Mariner. He was drafted #2 over-all as a Mariner, and played the Apostle Island Zephyrs and Jefferson County Sedentary Squirrels at the end of his career. He had a record of 187 wins, 91 losses, 27 saves, 14 blown saves, 2139 strikeouts with an 3.12 ERA and a 1.24 WHIP. He started at the beginning of his career, moving to the bullpen toward the end of his career. He won 21 and lost 4 in the playoffs with an ERA of 2.61 and a WHIP of 1.08. He won 10 all-star awards along with a Cy Young and a Rookie of the Year, along with 4 World Series rings.

    Earl Lahr goes in as a Great Lakes Mariner. He was drafted #1 over-all as a Mariner. He hit
    .337, with 388 homers, 1,510 RBI, 1,545 runs and a .972 OPS. He caught in 1269 games and dh'ed in 846 games. He played in 154 playoff games, hitting .351 with an OPS of .997. He won 12 all-star awards, 7 silver sluggers and 2 MVP's, along with 4 World Series rings.

    Richard Aleshire goes in as a Hudson River Pirate. He was drafted #17 by the Great Lakes Mariner, but played only a few games with them before going to the Pirates. He hit
    .298 with 359 homers, 1,321 RBI, 1,392 Runs, with an .862 OPS. A career 1st baseman, in 26 playoff games, he hit .235 with an OPS of .774. He won 6 all-star, 1 silver-slugger and 7 gold gloves.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Three more Hall of Fame pitchers:
    Willie Hayes goes in as an Apostle Island Zephyr. He was a 28th overall pick by Apostle Island. His record was 263-145, with an ERA of 3.34, a WHIP of 1.34, 2071 stirkeouts, and 14 saves at the end of his career. In the playoffs, he had a record of 23-15 and an ERA of 3.70 and 1 save. He won 1 Cy Young, 8 all-star awards, and 6 World Championship rings. He threw 1 no-hitter.

    Terry Freedman goes in as a Steamboat Springs Cowtipper. He was the 4th overall pick by Steamboat. His record was 265-159, with an ERA of 2.97, a WHIP of 1.24, 2872 striikeouts, and 2 save in his last year. In the playoffs, he won 12 and lost 5 with an ERA of 3.03. He won 3 Cy Young, 11 all-star, and one gold glove award and 1 World Championship ring.

    Alvin Smith goes in as a Jefferson City Sedentary Squirrel. He was the 15th overall pick by Jefferson City and ended his career with 2 years at Council Bluffs. His record was 206-158 with his 38 saves coming with Council Bluffs. His ERA was 3.98 with a WHIP of 1.32 and 2861 strikeouts. He was 1-1 in 2 playoff games, with an ERA of 3.75 and a WHIP of 1.17. He won 5 all-star awards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starwalker View Post
    Three more Hall of Fame pitchers:
    Willie Hayes goes in as an A[URL="http://Apostle Islands Zephyrs"]postle Island Zephyr.
    Oh, Willie Hayes. He was a one trick pony, but what a trick it was. I counted once; he was the 14th pitcher drafted the year he came out, and I couldn't believe he lasted. That extra ammo might have been worth 3 or 4 titles.

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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Only 1 Hall of Famer this year.

    Irfan Rana goes in as an Apostle Island Zephyr. Rana was the #1 overall pick by the Zephyrs. He was a starting pitcher most of his career, although he ended his career as a reliever for Council Bluffs RverDogs. He had a record of 332–141, with 5 saves, a 2.92 ERA, and an 1.20 WHIP. He had 3.931 strike outs. In the playoffs, he had a record of 38-14 with 2 saves. He won 7 Championship Rings, 4 Cy Youngs and 12 all-star awards with one no-hitter.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Another year with just one Hall of Famer.

    Richard Helm goes in as a Apostle Island Zephyr. He was the #1 overall pick in the 2074 draft by the Zephyrs. Helms hit .334 with 811 homers, 2,340 RBI, 1,944 runs, a slugging percentage of .617, and an on-base percentage of .386 for an 1.002 OPS. He played in 232 playoff games, hitting .325 with a slugging percentage of .622 and an OBP of .385 for an OPS of 1.008. He won 10 MVP's, 15 all-star awards, and 13 silver slugger awards and has 8 World Series rings.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Quote Originally Posted by starwalker View Post
    Another year with just one Hall of Famer.

    Richard Helm goes in as a Apostle Island Zephyr. He won 10 MVP's, 15 all-star awards, and 13 silver slugger awards and has 8 World Series rings.[/FONT][/COLOR]
    That is a career.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Three Hall of Famers this year:

    Mitchell Rodriguez goes in as a Buffalo Wing. Rodriguez was the #1 overall pick in 2076 by the Wings. He had a record of 186 wins, 94 losses, 40 saves and 10 blown saves which were all but 2 with Council Bluffs at the end of his career, a 2.68 ERA, and an 1.19 WHIP. Interestly, he never had a complete game despite having 208 quality starts. In the playoffs, he had 10 wins and 5 losses with a 3.06 ERA and a 1.11 WHIP. He also had his only complete game in the playoffs. He had 4 Cy Young awards and 9 all-star awards and won 1 championship ring.

    Gerald Simpson goes in as a Montreal Rene Levesque. Simpson was the #10 overall pick in the 2073 draft. He hit
    .317 with 531 homers, 1,825 RBI, 1,645 runs, a slugging percentage of .545, an on-base percentage of .363 and a .908 OPS. He stole 609 bases and had 3.203 hits. In the playoffs, he hit .236, slugged .434 and had an on-base percentage of .280 for an OPS of .714. He won 2 MVP's, 11 all-star awards, and 9 silver slugger awards.

    Eric Beatty goes in as an Apostle Island Zephyr. He was the #13 overall pick in the 2075 draft. He hit
    .297 with 567 homers, 1,510 RBI, 1,257 runs, a slugging percentage of .59, on on-base percentage of .360 and a.956 OPS. In the playoffs, he hit .303, slugged .637 and had an on-base percentage of .363 for an OPS of 1.000. He had 10 all-star awards, 4 silver slugger awards and was Rookie of the Year with 6 championship rings.
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