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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Mon Dec 28, 2015 9:48 pm

andujar wrote:CUBS CUBS CUBS. Love the CUBS mouth cleanup.

Sparks had a HoF career. Domenico has a .929 OPS in Carolina over 7 seasons. Roy Allen was a 7 time AS in New York. Chris Olsen was the best ever.

This was rips me up. Olsen was great in LV, but what he would have done in Carolina with my defense would have been so much fun for me and not for you. Every time I think about this trade, i never want to trade again. I'm just glad the trade wasn't with Bayside.

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The irony really is that, if not for a fairly late trade that netted me the #12 pick, I wouldn't have taken Olsen at all. For whatever reason, I didn't have him rated that highly. The fact he fell to 16 then and wouldn't have today kinda illustrates a flaw in the game. Anyway, that's another topic for another day.

I love that whole draft for me.

#1 LHP Karl White - 3.47 ERA, 256 wins, all 17 seasons in Las Vegas, 9 All Star nods, and a 2094 inductee into the Hall of Fame.

#12 SS Robert Burton - .298/.365/.458 with 191 HR in 11 seasons in Las Vegas. Overall 7 All Star nods, 5 Gold Glove Awards at shortstop.

#16 LHP Chris Olsen - 1.88 ERA, 276 wins over his 16 seasons in Las Vegas. Overall 14 All Star nods, 6 Cy Young Awards. I believe he also has a likely all-CSFBL record 84 consecutive quality starts

#41 3B Richard Thibodeaux - Played 24 games for the Aces before being dealt for an over the hill RHP Joseph Gower. He retired at the age of 30 after a career year, hitting .276/.356/.476 with 26 home runs for the Ginger Rebels.

#49 RF Ryan Talmadge - Dealt in the trade that acquired 1B Stephen Luce and RHP Donald Pacheco. He was a five year starter for Peoria, averaging 30 home runs each season. The irony is that he was the only one of this draft class to receive a World Series ring. He won two with Peoria.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby andujar » Tue Dec 29, 2015 8:14 am

R27 wrote:
andujar wrote:For whatever reason, I didn't have him rated that highly. The fact he fell to 16 then and wouldn't have today kinda illustrates a flaw in the game. Anyway, that's another topic for another day.
i wish you wouldn't have told me that. I had him #2 behind White. =[

I think it was more about the league learning how the game works than players being harder to rank/random.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Tue Dec 29, 2015 8:45 pm

andujar wrote:
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andujar wrote:The fact he fell to 16 then and wouldn't have today kinda illustrates a flaw in the game. Anyway, that's another topic for another day.
I think it was more about the league learning how the game works than players being harder to rank/random.

To me it's more about the ease of ranking players in a draft once you become experienced more than anything.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby craig1234 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:44 am

Since the beginning of this league My teams has had two MVP's First Matthew Richardson (26,27,28,29). And the current MVP Martin Moore (98,99,00). I find it interesting that I have two who have won multiple times and each one won them in consecutive order so far.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby gocardinals1511 » Wed Jan 20, 2016 12:19 pm

2101 East Side opens the season with 26 1/3 scoreless innings against Montreal. Nice start to the year
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby mhardy_03 » Thu May 19, 2016 3:32 pm

Battle of 2 of the top 5 pitchers in CCH in my opinion goes about as expected.

Frank Rodriguez and Dan Jones combine for 16 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 11 K. The only run was a solo HR by Keith Beasley in a 1-0 win for Bayside.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby EOCF » Tue Jun 07, 2016 4:40 pm

Stop me if this isn't that uncommon, but Jomarie Stallings has not struck out in his first 100 at bats this season.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Wed Jun 08, 2016 1:27 pm

EOCF wrote:Stop me if this isn't that uncommon, but Jomarie Stallings has not struck out in his first 100 at bats this season.

I can't imagine it's all that common. I don't have a single hitter on my team who hasn't struck out at least once and I've got one guy whose only played 1 game.

You jinxed him though. Two games later.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby craig1234 » Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:09 am

For the second time in my time ownig the Expos I have a pitcher who threw 20 strikeout in one game. It was actually an impressive start. no runs, no walks, and only 4 hits all in 9 innings.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby andujar » Thu Jun 09, 2016 2:34 pm

20 K is rarer than a no-hitter. Score.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Fri Jun 10, 2016 11:11 am

Leading the Aces with 54 RBI through 48 games, Chuck Pederson has more than three times as many RBI as second-place on the team. He's on pace for 182 RBI. Second place? On pace for 57. :lol:

Other guys may put up bigger numbers and get the award, but in the spirit of Most Valuable, I don't think you'll find someone more.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Tue Jun 14, 2016 12:58 pm

In the last 18 days (17 games), the Aces have played 6 extra innings games.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby JRM3888 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 3:39 pm

I missed it when it happened, but Smokey Geissler passed the single-season home run king Charles Warren for most home runs in Boxer Robber (formerly Heathens) history.

I find it interesting that neither of the top two single-season home run champions, Warren and Neil Watters, are in the HOF. Especially since the list below them is littered with some of the best players in CCH history.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby R27 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 5:52 pm

JRM3888 wrote:Neil Watters

Haha. That name brings back good trading memories. I still think Dbacksfan is still pissed off about it. He calls "roids" every time it gets brought up. And he dropped Eversole, the key piece of his return, after two seasons and I signed him out of free agency and he became my starting shortstop and leadoff hitter for over a decade.
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Re: Did you see that?

Postby mhardy_03 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:17 pm

R27 wrote:
JRM3888 wrote:Neil Watters

Haha. That name brings back good trading memories. I still think Dbacksfan is still pissed off about it. He calls "roids" every time it gets brought up. And he dropped Eversole, the key piece of his return, after two seasons and I signed him out of free agency and he became my starting shortstop and leadoff hitter for over a decade.

Well before my time in the league but wow I'd say that trade turned out well for one side! :lol:
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