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  1. #101
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Three new players are named to the Hall of Fame.

    Lloyd Duran goes in as a Seven Hills Harrier. Duran, the #6 overall pick in the 2061 draft, dh'ed for most of his career. He hit .343, slugged .519, had an OBP of .458, had 333 homers, 1,688 RBI, 1,579 Runs, and a .978 OPS. He played in 61 playoff games, hitting .289, slugging .461 with an OBP of. 405 for an OPS of .866. He had 1 World Series ring, 8 all-star awards, and 7 silver slugger awards.

    Michael Huff goes in as a Council Bluffs Riverdog. Huff was the #9 overall pick in the 2062, was a starting pitcher for most of his career and finished his career as a closer. He had a record of
    224 wins, 190 loses, 53 SV, 10 blowns saves, a 3.62 ERA, and 1.28 WHIP. He struck out 3.502 batters. He pitched in 40 playoff games, with a record of 15-9 with an ERA of 3.65 and a WHIP of 1.20. He earned 2 World Series rings, 3 Cy Young Awards, and 8 All-star awards. He threw 1 no-hitter against Apostle Island.

    Kenneth Shockley goes in as a Steamboat Springs Cowtipper. Shockley was the #10 overall pick in the 2059 draft. He was a starting pitcher for all but one of his pitching appearances, with a record of
    325 wins, 275 loses, a 3.92 ERA, a 1.33 WHIP, and 3.448 strikeouts. He pitched in 24 playoff games with a record of 6-9, an ERA of 4.53 and a WHIP 1.44. He earned 2 Cy Young Awards, 7 All-star awards and one Gold Glove Award.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Five new Hall of Famers:

    Mike Arnold of Charlotte Racers goes in as a closer. He had a record of 108 wins, 139 losses, 493 saves and 91 blown saves with an ERA of 5.06 and a 1.40 WHIP. He was the #21 picks by the Racers. He pitched in 32 playoff games with a record of 2 wins, 7 losses, 15 saves and 4 blown saves with an ERA of 5.47 and a 1.63 WHIP. He was a 4 time all-star and earned 1 World Series ring.

    Eduardo Nurse of Dublin Fighting Irish goes in as a 1st baseman. He was a #7 overall pick in the draft. He hit
    .316 with 480 HR, 1,668 RBI, 1,493 runs, with a .381 on-base percentage and a .542 slugging average for a .923 OPS. He played in 40 playoff games, batting .262 with an on-base percentage of .365 and a .463 slugging average for an .838 OPS. He won 11 all-star, and 9 silver slugger awards.

    Andrew Woodard of Council Bluffs Riverdogs goes in as a 2nd baseman. He was the #4 overall pick in the draft. He hit
    .317 with 532 Homers, 1,664 RBI, 1,306 runs, slugged .573 with an on-base percentage .373 for a .947 OPS. In 95 playoffs games, he hit .305 with a slugging percentage of .574 and an on-base percentage of .381 for an OPS of .955. He won 1 MVP, 10 all-stars, 2 gold gloves and 5 silver sluggers with 2 championship rings.

    Richard Batty of CCAFS Space Wing goes in as a 2nd baseman. He was the #5 overall pick. He hit .299 with 334 homers, 1,325 RBI, 1,530 runs, a slugging percentage of .465 and an on-base percentage of .412 for an 877 OPS. In 74 playoff games, he hit .239 with a slugging percentage of .335 and an on-base percentage of .369 for an OPS of .703. He was Rookie of the Year, won 10 all-star and 4 silver slugger awards.

    Michael Anderson of Loudoun Hounds goes in as a left fielder. He was the #19 overall pick. He hit
    .291 with 604 homers 1,634 RBI, 1,633 runs, a slugging average of .563 and a .376 on-base percentage for a .939 OPS. In 58 playoffs games, he hit .265 with a slugging percentage of .566, an on-base percentage of .344 for an OPS of .910. He was rookie of the year, with 5 all-star, 3 gold glove and 3 silver slugger awards.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Quote Originally Posted by starwalker View Post
    Five new Hall of Famers:Mike Arnold of Charlotte Racers goes in as a closer. He had a record of [COLOR=#2D2D2D][FONT=Helvetica Neue]108 wins, 139 losses, 493 saves and 91 blown saves with an ERA of 5.06 and a 1.40 WHIP. He was the #21 picks by the Racers. He pitched in 32 playoff games with a record of 2 wins, 7 losses, 15 saves and 4 blown saves with an ERA of 5.47 and a 1.63 WHIP. He was a 4 time all-star and earned 1 World Series ring.
    Arnold seems pretty odd as a HOF. Even to me. I guess it is the sheer number of saves. He had an interesting career...as he had a decent WHIP, but a losing record and a high ERA. He was a late 1st round pick, so a rare HOF from the bottom of the first round.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    A losing record for a closer isn't rare, of our 21 closers in the Hall, only 6 have a winning record. but that ERA of 5.06 would mean I wouldn't vote for him. It is the highest ERA of any Hall of Famers, there have only been 4 Hall of Famers, both starters and relievers with an ERA of 4 or above. The highest before him was a 4.60
    Last edited by starwalker; September 3, 2019 at 09:59 PM.
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