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Direwolves
rajeff
Pelicans
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Giants
chasbo
Nasties
esser
Stars
kevough2
Angels
titobob
Allstars
DocHoliday
Stoners
jflo65
Cobras
JJKinGA
Generals
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Shockers
Droop
Bisons
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Blizzard
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Sea Monkeys
ralph0807
Cajun Heat
brenduplantis
Predators
majestic44
Braves
tswieton
Sharks
JohnnyAngel
Dragons
RichardHead
Columbians
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Tropics
Husker75
Pirates
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Yankees
No owner
Panthers
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Shockers Win!! Shockers Win!!!


MVP

Swamis
Luis Gonzalez (.302, 70 HR, 166 RBI, .724 SLG)

Seligs
Barry Bonds (.296, 73 HR, 175 RBI, .728 SLG)

Cy Young

Swamis
Pete Harnisch (26-3, 2.62 ERA, 0.93 WHIP)

Seligs
Andy Messersmith (27-5, 3.08 ERA, 0.94 WHIP)


Rookie of the Year

8th overall pick
Danny Santana (.297, 8 HR, 58 RBI, .444 SLG)

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post season awards are as followed...ever player will get an on fire point.



MVP

2029 - Seligs
Bobby Abreu (.286, 53 HR, 137 RBI, .582 SLG)

2029 - Swamis
Milton Bradley (.305, 62 HR, 155 RBI, .695 SLG)


CY

2029 - Seligs
Daisuke Matsuzaka (22-6, 3.66 ERA, 1.01 WHIP)

2029 - Swamis
Matt Moore (23-6, 3.17 ERA, 1.00 WHIP)

roy

20th over all pick
2029 - Swamis
Joey Votto (.294, 53 HR, 145 RBI, .576 SLG)

Young whiffs 9 in 6-1 win

Curt Young struckout 9 Seattle batters in a 6-1 win for the Stars. | Box

Galarraga delivers in clutch, Angels win

Andres Galarraga drove in 4 runs, carrying California to a 16-8 victory over the Columbians. Alexi Casilla of the Angels had 4 hits in the game. | Box

Griffey delivers in clutch, Pirates win

Ken Griffey drove in 4 runs, carrying Peoria to a 11-10 victory over the Bisons. Hank Aaron recorded 4 hits. | Box

Puig powers Braves to win over Generals

Yasiel Puig blasted 2 homers, lifting the Braves to a 6-5 win over D. C.. | Box

Matsui blasts off, leads Cobras to win

Kazuo Matsui blasted 2 homers, lifting the Cobras to a 16-1 win over New York. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. McGwire, Direwolves .3685 HR12 RBI
H. Aaron, Bisons .5004 HR7 RBI
K. Matsui, Cobras .5883 HR8 RBI
J. Gomes, Bisons .5003 HR8 RBI
G. Maddox, Stars .5003 HR8 RBI

Leaders: OPS

A. Belle, Pelicans 1.559
G. Maddox, Stars 1.469
H. Aaron, Bisons 1.455
A. Ledesma, Pelicans 1.422
M. Cuddyer, Giants 1.397

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

J. Morales, Panthers 2 for 22 (.091)
F. Taveras, Pirates 2 for 20 (.100)
M. Webster, Yankees 2 for 20 (.100)
M. Stairs, Yankees 2 for 19 (.105)
E. Renteria, Sharks 6 for 22 (.273)

Leaders: SO/9

W. Miller, Angels 10.4
J. Arrieta, Pelicans 9.5
C. McHugh, Stars 9.0
A. Messersmith, Pelicans 9.0
B. Penny, Nasties 9.0
More Leaders

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. McGwire, Direwolves .3685 HR12 RBI
H. Aaron, Bisons .5004 HR7 RBI
K. Matsui, Cobras .5883 HR8 RBI
J. Gomes, Bisons .5003 HR8 RBI
G. Maddox, Stars .5003 HR8 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

J. Morales, Panthers 2 for 22 (.091)
F. Taveras, Pirates 2 for 20 (.100)
M. Webster, Yankees 2 for 20 (.100)
M. Stairs, Yankees 2 for 19 (.105)
E. Renteria, Sharks 6 for 22 (.273)

Leaders: OPS

A. Belle, Pelicans 1.559
G. Maddox, Stars 1.469
H. Aaron, Bisons 1.455
A. Ledesma, Pelicans 1.422
M. Cuddyer, Giants 1.397

Leaders: SO/9

W. Miller, Angels 10.4
J. Arrieta, Pelicans 9.5
C. McHugh, Stars 9.0
A. Messersmith, Pelicans 9.0
B. Penny, Nasties 9.0
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rookie draft results

Round 1

Yankees: Jason Bay
Pirates: Danny Salazar
Panthers: Grady Sizemore
Monsters: Jose Lima
Wolves: Bobby Higginson
Killers: Noah Syndergaard
Columbians: Tony Oliva
Sea Monkeys: Andrew Miller
Dragons: Danny Santana
Sharks: Jason Hammel
Nasties: Oscar Gamble
Direwolves: Kris Bryant
Giants: Jose Cruz
Braves: Dave Kingman
Blizzard: George Mitterwald
Shockers: Rick Camp
Pelicans: Will Harris
Bisons: Carlos Martinez
Royals: Hector Santiago
Allstars: Raul Mondesi
Angels: Gary Matthews
Tropics: Don Aase
Stars: Carson Smith
Cobras: Phil Bradley

Round 2

Yankees: Michael Wacha
Pirates: Kyle Hendricks
Panthers: Al Cowens
Monsters: Taijuan Walker
Wolves: Erasmo Ramirez
Killers: Pedro Guerrero
Columbians: Harold Baines
Sea Monkeys: Jeurys Familia
Dragons: Marty Cordova
Sharks: Terry Pendleton
Nasties: Brad Hawpe
Direwolves: Jason Kubel
Giants: Kal Daniels
Braves: Danny Valencia
Blizzard: Duane Kuiper
Shockers: Mookie Betts
Pelicans: Roberto Osuna
Bisons: Wily Peralta
Royals: Scott Service
Allstars: Dion James
Angels: Bill Spiers
Tropics: Greg Harris
Stars: Chris Brown
Cobras: Ben Broussard

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Latest Public Board Post
4/29/2016 DEE GORDONdc634
Sure, but not in a statistically significant fashion.

In 2015 Dee was 140th of 141 qualifying position players in hard hit %. In 2014 Dee was 145th of 146. In 2013 if Dee had enough PAs to qualify, he would have been 140 of 141 (again).

Dude has been consistent, for sure, in fact, the most consistent of any hitter in the majors. It isn't really unusual for a player to get slightly better at putting the barrel on the ball more consistently with experience.
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