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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Two pitchers made the Hall of Fame.

    Michael Zierner goes in as a Pleasure Island Thunderbolt. Zierner was the #1 overall pick in the draft as a starting pitcher. He had a record of 286-182, with 4,470 K's, an ERA of 2.85 and a WHIP of 1.20. He never relieved, starting 607 games with 150 quality starts. In 14 playoff starts, he was 4-5 with an ERA of 4.10 and a WHIP of 1.34. He won 7 Cy Young Awards, 13 all-star awards and was named Rookie of the Year.

    Robert Summy goes in as a Loudon Hound. He was the #1 over pick in the draft by Loudon, but also pitched for Greenwich, White Sulpher, Greenwich again, Washington, Apostle Islands and Steamboat Springs. He had a record of 412-210 with 1 save which came in his only relief appearance in his last year. He struck out 6,751 batters, had an ERA of 2.79 and a WHIP of 1.20 with 539 quality starts. He made 56 playoff starts with a record of 28-17 an ERA of 2.88 and a WHIP of 1.19. He threw 1 no hitter, won 3 World Series rings, and won the Cy Young Award 6 times, an all-star award 16 times and the rookie of the year.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    A pitcher and a hitter make the Hall this time.

    William Hackney pitched for Flat Bush his entire career. He won 259, lost 179, had an ERA of 3.44, a WHIP of 1.25, and 4518 strikeouts. The 1st overall pick in 2054, he never relieved and had 344 quality starts, 186 complete games and 2 shutouts. He had a game where he struckout 19 batters. He started 22 playoff games with a record of 10-7, an ERA of 3.24 and a WHIP of 1.30. He was named an all-star 11 times.

    Anthony Boren was the #2 overall pick by Montreal Rene Levesque in 2055 and primarily played 1st base for them with some time as dh. He hit .286, had a slugging percentage of .575 and an on-base percentage of .400 for an OPS of .975. He hit 652 homers, scored 1540 runs and had 1920 RBI. In 14 playoff games, he hit .227, slugged .386 and had an on-base percentage of .424 for an OPS of .810. He was named MVP 3 times, rookie of the year, had 10 all-star appearances and won the Silver Slugger 7 times.
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    A pitcher and a hitter make the Hall this time.

    William Hackney pitched for Flat Bush his entire career. He won 259, lost 179, had an ERA of 3.44, a WHIP of 1.25, and 4518 strikeouts. The 1st overall pick in 2054, he never relieved and had 344 quality starts, 186 complete games and 2 shutouts. He had a game where he struckout 19 batters. He started 22 playoff games with a record of 10-7, an ERA of 3.24 and a WHIP of 1.30. He was named an all-star 11 times.

    Anthony Boren was the #2 overall pick by Montreal Rene Levesque in 2055 and primarily played 1st base for them with some time as dh. He hit .286, had a slugging percentage of .575 and an on-base percentage of .400 for an OPS of .975. He hit 652 homers, scored 1540 runs and had 1920 RBI. In 14 playoff games, he hit .227, slugged .386 and had an on-base percentage of .424 for an OPS of .810. He was named MVP 3 times, rookie of the year, had 10 all-star appearances and won the Silver Slugger 7 times.

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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Five new Hall of Famers.

    John Wallace goes in as a Charlotte Racer. Wallace was a 22nd over all pick for the Racers and played 1st base and dh for them. He hit .256 with 600 homers, 1,875 RBI, scored 1,877 runs, stole 201 bases and had a .945 OPS. He played in 112 playoff games with a batting average of .286, 37 homers and 102 RBI and had 1 World Series ring. He had 7 all-stars and one silver slugger and had a game where he hit two grand-slams.

    Carl Ryan goes in as an Apostle Island Zephyr. Ryan was an 11th over pick for the Zephyr and played 3rd base and dh. He hit .272 with 588 homers, 1,698 RBI, scored 1,513 runs, had a .928 OPS and stole 342 bases. He played in 48 playoff games with a batting average of .274, 16 homers and 44 RBI. He had 13 all-stars, 3 silver sluggers and an MVP. He hit 4 homers in a game.

    Kenneth Cunningham goes in as a Pontiac Savage. He was the #1 over all pick for the Savage playing centerfield and dh. He hit .330 with 362 homers, 1,065 RBI, scored 1,089 runs, and had an 1.008 OPS. He was in 5 playoff games with a batting average of .550, 3 homers and 10 RBI. He had 8 all-stars, 6 silver sluggers, a ROY and an MVP award. He had a game in which he had 6 hits and 3 homers, but they lost 14-12.

    Luis Cowan goes in as a Bunch Alasgalodi. Cowan was the #11 overall pick for the Alasgalodi and played all 3 outfield positions plus dh. He hit .273 with 558 homers, 1,696 RBI, scored 1,883 runs, stole 385 bases and had an .892 OPS. He played in 20 playoff games with a .239 batting average, 1 homer and 6 RBI. He had 7 all-stars, 3 silver sluggers, and an MVP.

    Juan Sherwood goes in as a Seattle Tide. Sherwood was the #19 overall pick for the Tide and played almost all his games in right field. He hit .274 with 648 hmers, 1,810 RBI, scored 1,455 runs, and had a .932 OPS. He played in 25 playoff games with a .333 batting average, 7 homers and 16 RBI. He had 12 all-stars, 6 silver sluggers, 5 gold gloves and an MVP.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    A pitcher and a 3rd baseman are new in the Hall.

    Calvin Merritt goes in as a starting pitcher for Greenwich. Merritt, who finished his career for one year with Washington as a reliever, had a record of 238 wins, 98 losses, 2 saves, with a 2.84 ERA, an 1.09 WHIP with 3,303 strikeouts. He was in 9 playoff years with a record of 23 wins, 7 losses, with an ERA of 2.73 and a WHIP of 1.08. He was a 4 time Cy Young Award winner, a Rookie of the Year, and 12 all-star awards. He threw a no-hitter in 2071 and rewarded the Ducks for his #3 overall pick with 3 World Championship Rings.

    Terrance Crandall goes in as a 3rd baseman and left fielder for North West who drafted him as a #5 pick. He also played much of his career with Washington. He hit
    .297, slugged .593, had an on-base percentage of .420 with 679 homers 1,921 RBI, 1,853 runs, and a 1.013 OPS. He was in 7 playoff years with a batting average of .297, a slugging average of .554, an on-base percentage of .411 and an OPS of .966. He was named MVP 5 times, 13 all-star awards, and 9 silver slugger awards. He had a 10 RBI day, and two 6 hit days.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Crandall was great for us as he finished up his last few seasons with the Wizards. Got in the postseason his last 4 years but we couldn't get him that elusive ring.

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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Two new hall of famers.

    Richard Nardi goes in as a 2nd baseman for Apostle Island Zephyrs. In his career, Nardi hit .249 with 362 homers,1,393 RBI, 1,659 Runs, with a .768 OPS. A great base stealer, he stole 995 bases and was only caught 258 times for a 79% success rate. A #2 overall pick for the Zephyrs, he ended his career playing for Seven Hills Harriers. He was a 6 time all-star. He ended up on 15 steals behind career leader Rene Nelson, but but was on-base 1,636 less times. In 56 playoff games, he hit .250 with an OPS of .809 and stole 36 out of 42 bases.

    Michael Pennington goes in as a shortstop for Loudoun Hounds. He hit .303 with 717 homers, 2,107 RBI, 1,813 runs, and a .927 OPS. He was the #22 over pick for the Hounds and played his entire career there. He won 5 MVP, 12 all-star and 8 silver slugger awards. In 42 playoff games, he hit .244 with 10 homers with an OPS of .763.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Three new Hall of Famers.

    Catcher Charles See is in as a Hudson River Pirate. He was the #12 over all pick by the Pirates. He hit .319, had 366 homers, 1265 RBI and an OPS of .974. He won 2 MVP, a Rookie of the Year, 11 all-star and one Gold Glove. He played 1/2 year at the end of his career with Apostle Island. He had an .879 OPS in 5 different playoff years.

    Pitcher Jason Bellamy goes in as a Bunch Alasgalodi. He was the #4 overall pick by Bunch. He was 249-217, with an ERA of 3.64 and 3261 strikeouts. He won 1 Cy Young, a Rookie of the Year and 4 all-star awards. He possibly is the first Hall of Famer to never play in the playoffs.

    2nd baseman Selrach Reived also goes in with Bunch. He was a #3 overall pick by Bunch. He hit .311, with 439 homers, 1720 RBI, 195 SB, and an OPS of .929. He was Rookie of the Year and 16 all-star awards. He joins Bellamy as a Hall of Famer to never had been in the playoffs. (A personal aside). Reived was renamed in honor of a friend of mine name Charles Devier. He died on a Boy Scout camping trip in Texas when a tree crashed down on him. I reversed the spelling of his last name, and basically his first name also.
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    Henry Keys goes in as a Dead End Kid. He was an overall #2 pick by the Khttps://www.csfbl.com/team/view.asp?teamid=5765id. A closer, he won 67, lost 70, saved 296 and blew 55. His career ERA was a 4.18 and had a WHIP of 1.34. He was 1-2 with 7 saves and no blown saves in the playoffs with an ERA of 2.48 and a WHIP of 0.93. He was a 5 time all-star and 3 time Fireman of the Year.

    David Thompson goes in as a Steamboat Springs Cowtipper He was drafted in the 2nd round by CCAFS Space Wing, was released and signed by Steamboat, then ended his career with Apostle Island Zephyrs and Washington Wizards. Thompson was a closer, with a record of 64-73, 398 saves and 69 blown saves. His career ERA was 3.73 and WHIP of 1.37. In the playoffs, he was 1-7 with 13 saves, 3 blown saves, an ERA of 7.04 and a WHIP of 2.17. He had one championship ring, 5 all-star and 3 Fireman awards.

    Roger Perdue was also a Cowtipper who also played for White Sulpher Green Devils. He was a #4 overall pick. He had a record of 266-192 with 3039 strikeouts, an ERA of 4.10 and a WHIP of 1.44. He was 11-10 in the playoffs with an ERA of 3.64 and a WHIP of 1.37. He had 1 championship ring and 5 all-star awards.

    Jose Oldham was a member of the Big League Choo. A 3rd baseman, he hit .335, had an OPB of .383 and slugged .485. He hit 256 homers, had 1257 RBI and 3119 hits . He was a #19 overall pick, and in the playoffs hit .343, with an OPS of .371 and slugged .403. He was a 9 time all-star, a 2 time sliver slugger and was the Rookie of the Year.
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    Re: America's Pastime Hall of Famers

    Three more Hall of Famers: Lewis Owens goes in as a Dublin Fighting Irish. A 3rd baseman and the 1st overall pick in the 2061 draft, Owens hit .296 with 376 homers, 1,557 RBI, 1,961 runs, a slugging average of .470, an on-base percentage of .424 for an .894 OPS. In 37 playoff games, he hit .305 with a slugging average of .397 a .410 on-base percentage for an OPS of .807. He had 9 all-star awards and 3 silver slugger awards.

    Mike Hanson goes in as a Seven Hills Harrier. A left fielder and the 5th overall draft in the 2065 draft, Hanson hit .282 with 565 homers, 1,762 RBI, 1,739 runs, with a slugging average of .520, an on-base percentage of .385 for a .904 OPS. In 41 playoff games, he hit .221 with a slugging average of .417, an on-base percentage of .303 for a .720 OPS. Hanson was a 1 time MVP, a rookie of the year, won 7 all-star awards, 2 gold gloves, and 4 silver slugger awards.

    Brett Elder goes in as a Kentucky Emerald. A center fielder and the 6th overall pick in the 2065 draft, Elder hit .
    332, with 229 homers, 1,150 RBI, 1,304 Runs, with a slugging average of .482, an on-base percentage of .384 for an .866 OPS. In 52 playoff games, he hit .271, with a slugging average of 378, an on-base percentage of .317 for a OPS of .694. He had two 6 hit games, was Rookie of the Year, won 7 all star awards and 3 silver slugger awards.
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