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2002 MVP, Cy Young and Hall Of Fame Nominees

Please message me your three pick in each category.
(1st = 5pts, 2nd = 2pts, 3rd = 1pt)
Write-in nominees are accepted
National League MVP
POS``Name````````Team``````AVG/Run/Hit/HR/Rbi
1) DH Lance Berkman(HOU)``.294/115/190/44/125
2) OF Barry Bonds(SFG)````.323/148/185/50/122
3) 1b Erubiel Durazo(ARI)`.286/103/161/52/131
4) DH Karim Garcia(ARI)```.304/101/195/54/132
5) OF Andruw Jones(ATL)```.280/102/165/42/125
6) 1b Rafael Palmeiro(CHC).309/`98/183/43/128
7) OF Larry Walker(MON)```.284/`96/173/23/111
````````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
8) Curt Schilling(ATL)`25-8/2.60/280/293/11/4/--

American League MVP
POS``Name```````Team`````AVG/Run/Hit/HR/Rbi
1) Carlos Beltran(KC) ``.281/103/179/40/139
2) Carlos Delgado(TOR)``.282/`85/162/32/115
3) Jason Giambi(OAK)````.283/`88/176/39/144
4) Brian Giles(OAK)`````.304/132/190/39/122
5) Shawn Green(TOR)`````.272/`92/160/33/101
6) Alex Rodriguez(SEA)``.277/`89/179/38/108
7) Jim Thome(CLE)```````.315/122/198/54/117
```````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
8) Troy Percival(CAL)`6-3/1.46/`86/102/--/--/55of60

National League Cy Young
```````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
1) Tony Armas(MON)````20-9/3.83/213/151/`0/`0/--
2) AJ Burnett(FLA)`````16-11/2.49/263/233/`3/`2/--
3) Octavio Dotel(NYM)````4-4/2.49/`90/110/--/--/39of43
4) Keith Foulke(SFG)````4-11/3.00/`75/`57/--/--/42of48
5) Randy Johnson(MON)```22-6/2.76/280/296/18/`6/--
6) Byung-Hyun Kim(ARI)```2-2/2.70/60/`64/--/--/43of46
7) Pedro Martinez(LAD)``22-9/2.44/276/302/`5/`1/--
8) Odalis Perez(ATL)````22-7/2.51/251/190/`6/`1/--
9) Mark Prior(CHC)`````16-12/2.60/224/246/`3/`2/--
10) Curt Schilling(ATL)``25-8/2.60/280/293/11/4/--
11) Scott Williamson(CIN)12-2/1.27/149/159/--/--/3of5
12) Kerry Wood(CHC)`````17-9/2.78/223/205/`0/`0/--

American League Cy Young
```````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
1) Roger Clemens(BOS)`11-14/3.18/246/251/`1/`1/--
2) Chuck Finley(ANA)```18-5/2.59/222/193/`1/`1/--
3) Jason Isringhausen(OAK)9-2/1.42/`89/`97/--/--/40of43
4) Derek Lowe(SEA)````18-10/3.14/255-189/`5/`2/--
5) Mark Mulder(CLE)````18-8/3.36/233/189/`3/`2/--
6) Ramon Ortiz(CAL)```19-10/2.69/257/173/`4/`1/--
7) Troy Percival(ANA)```6-3/1.46/`86/102/--/--/55of60
8) Johann Santana(MIN)`22-5/2.24/221/242/`0/`0/--
9) Jarrod Washburn(ANA)19-6/2.75/245/179/`2/`0/--
10) Barry Zito(OAK)````20-6/3.58/249/192/`5/`2/--


The Veteran's Committee Hall Of Fame Selections(that's you!)
--Send me the names of ONE or TWO or THREE players who you thinks most deserves to be voted in to the Hall Of Fame.
--Any player needs to receive 75% of the votes or more on the TOTAL ballots received to enter(ie- if 11 ballots received, needs to be on 9 ballots(84%) but not 8(73%) to get elected to the Hall.
--Minimum of 10 total ballots needs to be turned in for everyones' votes to qualify.
--The "X and number" denotes times they have appeared on the list.
--They will stay on the list up to 5 seasons before taken off permanantly.
--Also, you don't have to nominate anyone. If in your opinion the stats aren't worthy, don't have to send in a nom. I will still put out reminders....

This season these are the players you will vote on:

1b
Paul Molitor(MIL-CWS-LAD) x4
Harold Baines(CWS-OAK-BOS) First

3b
Wade Boggs(BOS-ANA-TAM) x3
Gary Gaetti(MIN-CHC) x2

OF Tony Gwynn(SDP-SEA) First

SP
Dennis Martinez(BAL-ATL-TEX-LAD) x3
Danny Darwin(TEX) x4
Dwight Gooden(NYM-BOS) x2
Orel Hershiser(LAD) x2
Bret Saberhagen(KC) x2
Mark Langston(SEA-SDP-MIL-SDP) x3




League Chat Box

 

Perez whiffs 9 in 3-1 win

Odalis Perez struckout 9 Arizona batters in a 3-1 win for the Braves. | Box

Durazo delivers in clutch, Diamondbacks win

Erubiel Durazo drove in 4 runs, carrying Arizona to a 7-5 victory over the Braves. | Box

Salmon unloads, Angels still lose

Tim Salmon blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Angels over the Blue Jays. Toronto won by a score of 5-4. | Box

Braves fall to Diamondbacks despite Schmidt's efforts

Jason Schmidt whiffed 9 batters, but the Diamondbacks managed to beat the Braves, 4-3. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Klesko, Braves .4553 HR8 RBI
E. Durazo, Diamondbacks .2633 HR6 RBI
C. Jones, Braves .4091 HR6 RBI
T. Salmon, Angels .3753 HR4 RBI
D. Eckstein, Angels .3811 HR5 RBI

Leaders: SLG

B. Bonds, Pirates .672
E. Durazo, Diamondbacks .657
J. Thome, Indians .633
R. Palmeiro, Cubs .618
K. Garcia, Diamondbacks .599

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

J. Edmonds, Angels 1 for 21 (.048)
D. Erstad, Angels 3 for 20 (.150)
C. Izturis, Blue Jays 2 for 18 (.111)
R. Thompson, Diamondbacks 2 for 18 (.111)
T. Graffanino, Braves 2 for 19 (.105)

Leaders: H/9

J. Santana, Twins 5.5
M. Prior, Cubs 5.8
A. Burnett, Marlins 5.9
C. Finley, Angels 6.2
P. Martinez, Dodgers 6.4
More Leaders

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Klesko, Braves .4553 HR8 RBI
E. Durazo, Diamondbacks .2633 HR6 RBI
C. Jones, Braves .4091 HR6 RBI
T. Salmon, Angels .3753 HR4 RBI
D. Eckstein, Angels .3811 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

J. Edmonds, Angels 1 for 21 (.048)
D. Erstad, Angels 3 for 20 (.150)
C. Izturis, Blue Jays 2 for 18 (.111)
R. Thompson, Diamondbacks 2 for 18 (.111)
T. Graffanino, Braves 2 for 19 (.105)

Leaders: SLG

B. Bonds, Pirates .672
E. Durazo, Diamondbacks .657
J. Thome, Indians .633
R. Palmeiro, Cubs .618
K. Garcia, Diamondbacks .599

Leaders: H/9

J. Santana, Twins 5.5
M. Prior, Cubs 5.8
A. Burnett, Marlins 5.9
C. Finley, Angels 6.2
P. Martinez, Dodgers 6.4
More Leaders

2002 Awards Season and All Star Game


Silver Slugger Award
(Best Slugging % / 450 ab minimum)
American League
C- AJ Pierzynski(MIN) .511
1b- Jason Giambi(OAK) .541
2b- Alfonso Soriano(NYY) .487
3b- Eric Chavez(OAK) .509
SS- Alex Rodriguez(SEA) .508
OF- Brian Giles(OAK) .583
OF- Carlos Beltran(KC) .561
OF- Manny Ramirez(CLE) .560
DH- Jim Thome(CLE) .629

National League
C- Mike Piazza(LAD) .504
1b- Erubiel Durazo(ARI) .657
2b- Adam Kennedy(STL) .476
3b- Ty Wigginton(ARI) .514
SS- Chris Woodward(SFG) .445
OF- Barry Bonds(PIT) .671
OF- Ryan Thompson(ARI) .587
OF- Andruw Jones(ATL) .577
DH- Karim Garcia(ARI) .615

Golden Glove Award
(450 ab minimum / best fielding % and least errors used as a tiebreaker)
American League
C- Ivan Rodriguez(TEX) .999
tie- Jason Varitek(BOS)
tie- Mike Difelice(BAL)
1b- Fred McGriff(TAM) 1.000
tie- Shawn Wooton(CAL)
tie- David Sequi(BAL)
2b- Jerry Hairston(BAL) .999
3b- Eric Chavez(OAK) .984
SS- Mike Bordick(CLE) .990
OF- Carlos Lee(CWS) 1.000
OF- Garrett Anderson(CAL) .998
OF- Danny Bautista(DET) .997

National League
C- Todd Pratt(ATL) 1.000
tie- Benito Santiago(CHC)
1b- Todd Helton(COL) 1.000
2b- Adam Kennedy(STL) .999
3b- Geoff Blum(MON) .988
SS- Jose Vizcaino(CIN) .990
OF- Brandon Larson(CIN) 1.000
OF- Ellis Burks(LAD) 1.000
OF- Marvin Bernard(SFG) 1.000
tie- Kenny Lofton(HOU) 1.000


Fireman Of The Year
(Sv = 2pts/ Win = 1pt)
National League
88 pts- Byung-Hyun Kim(ARI) 43sv + 2wins
88 pts- Keith Foulke(SFG) (tie) 42sv + 4wins
82 pts- Octavio Dotel(NYM) 39sv + 4wins


American League
116pts- Troy Percival(ANA) 55sv + 6wins
90 pts- Danny Graves(TOR) 44sv + 2wins
89 pts- Jason Isringhausen(OAK) 40sv + 9wins


All Star Game
Game

National League Starters:
(#)- denotes times being All Star/ *- Denotes Rookie
@- Injured/#- Replacement

C- Mike Piazza(LAD) x8
1b- Todd Helton(COL) x4
2b- Jose Vidro(MON) x3
3b- Scott Rolen(PHI) x2
SS- Omar Vizquel(ATL) x4
OF- Barry Bonds(PIT) x10
OF- Andruw Jones(ATL) x2
OF- Karim Garcia(ARI) x2
DH- Lance Berkman(HOU) x1
SP- Curt Schilling(ATL) x5
SP- Pedro Martinez(LAD) x7
RP- Eric Gagne(LAD) x3
RP- *Mike Crudale(STL) x1

National League All Star Alternates
C- Benito Santiago(CHC) x2
1b- Rafael Palmeiro(CHC) x9
1b- Derrek Lee(SDP) x2
2b- Adam Kennedy(STL) x1
3b- *Ty Wigginton(NYM) x1
SS- Edgar Renteria(FLA) x1
OF- Larry Walker(MON) x5
OF- @J D Drew(STL) x2
OF- *Brandon Larson(CIN) x1
OF- #Albert Pujols(STL) x1
DH- Vladimir Guerrero(MON) x1
SP- *Odalis Perez(ATL) x1
SP- Randy Johnson(MON) x11
SP- Randy Wolf(PHI) x1
RP- Keith Foulke(SFG) x2
RP- Octavio Dotel(NYM) x1
RP- Scott Williamson(CIN) x1
RP- Al Reyes(MIL) x1

American League All Stars
C- Ivan Rodriguez(TEX) x5
1b- Jason Giambi(OAK) x4
2b- Mark Bellhorn(NYY) x1
3b- Joe Randa(KC) x1
SS- Alex Rodriguez(SEA) x5
OF- Brian Giles(OAK) x4
OF- Ichiro Suzuki(SEA) x1
OF- Carlos Beltran(KC) x2
DH- Jim Thome(CLE) x5
SP- Johann Santana(MIN) x1
SP- Woody Williams(TOR) x1
RP- Jason Isringhausen(OAK) x3
RP- Troy Percival(CAL) x5

American League All Star Alternates
C- Jorge Posada(NYY) x3
1b- Carlos Delgado(TOR) x1
2b- Alphonse Soriano(NYY) x1
3b- Eric Chavez(OAK) x2
SS- Nomar Garciaparra(BOS) x4
OF- Bernie Willams(NYY) x4
OF- Manny Ramirez(CLE) x6
OF- Garrett Anderson(CAL) x1
OF- Ron Gant(BAL) x5
OF- Randy Winn(TAM) x1
OF- Danny Bautista(DET) x1
DH- Frank Thomas(CWS) x7
SP- Ramon Ortiz(CAL) x1
SP- Derek Lowe(SEA) x1
SP- Barry Zito(OAK) x2
RP- Danny Graves(TOR) x1
RP- LeTroy Hawkins(MIN) x1
RP- Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA) x3

2002 Post Season Schedule

One game playoff between Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins. Head-to-head series between Cleveland and Minnesota is 9-9. Home field will go to Cleveland due to second tiebreaker- intradivision play. Cleveland leads with 46-26 and Minnesota with 43-29.
Game will be played @5pm Tuesday. Day off will be given afterwards.

League Division Series
16 Nov(Friday)
Game 1- 6-7am
Game 2- 10-12pm- Day Off
Game 3- 3-430pm
Game 4- 6-730pm- Day Off(if necessary)

17 Nov(Saturday)
Game 5- 6-7am- Day Off(if necessary)

League Championship Series
18 Nov(Sunday)
Game 1- 6-7am
Game 2- 10-12pm- Day Off
Game 3- 3-430pm
Game 4- 6-730pm

19 Nov(Monday)
Game 5- 6-7am- Day Off(if necessary)
Game 6- 10-12pm(if necessary)
Game 7- 3-430pm- Day off(if necessary)

World Series
MVP, Cy Young and Hall Of Fame ballots needs to be turned in before the first game of the World Series!! Please turn in your three nominees in each category and for the HOF, up to three picks!
20 Nov(Tuesday)
Game 1- 6-7am
Game 2- 10-12pm- Day Off
Game 3- 3-430pm
Game 4- 6-730pm

21 Nov(Wednesday)
Game 5- 6-7pm- Day Off(if necessary)
Game 6- 10-12pm(if necessary)
Game 7- 3-430pm(if necessary)

1st and 2nd Half Notables

Hitting(3+hr, 7+rbi, 6+hits)
Game 4- DH Pat Burrell(PHI) 3hr 5rbi 3r 4/5 2b
Game 10- 3b Mark Bellhorn(NYY) 3hr 10rbi 4r 4/5 2b
Game 10- SS Jose Hernandez(BAL) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 14- CF Andruw Jones(ATL) 3hr 9rbi 3r 4/5
Game 16- RF Jay Gibbons(BAL) 3hr 6rbi 3r 3/5
Game 35- CF Gary Matthews(SDP) 3hr 6rbi 4r 4/5
Game 56- CF Carlos Beltran(KC) 7rbi 3r 4/5 2hr
Game 56- DH Karim Garcia(ARI) 3hr 3rbi 3r 4/4
Game 59- 1b Tino Martinez(SEA) 7rbi r 4/5 2b hr
Game 66- C Scott Hatteberg(SDP) 7rbi 2r 2/5 2hr
Game 70- 1b Damon Minor(DET) 3hr 6rbi 3r 3/4
Game 85- 1b Jason Giambi(OAK) 7rbi 2r 3/5 2b hr
Game 85- LF Torii Hunter(MIN) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 97- C Benito Santiago(CHC) 3hr 8rbi 3r 3/4
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Game 121- C Jorge Posada(NYY) 8rbi 2r 3/3 2hr
Game 121- CF Brian Daubach(BOS) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 171- DH Karim Garcia(ARI) 3hr 7rbi 3r 4/6 2b
Game 176- SS Miguel Tejada(OAK) 6/7 5rbi 4r 2b 2hr
Game 180- 1b Jeff Bagwell(HOU) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 182- DH Jim Thome(CLE) 4hr 8rbi 4r 4/5
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Game 187- LF Brian Giles(OAK) 3hr 4rbi 3r 3/4

Pitching(Unless otherwise noted, a one-hitter)
Game 17- Mark Mulder(CLE) vs DET
Game 24- Roy Oswalt(HOU) vs MIL- No Hitter
Game 40- Greg Maddux(CHC) vs HOU
Game 45- Ramon Ortiz(CAL) vs OAK
Game 76- Russ Ortiz(SFG) vs TEX
Game 96- Curt Schilling(ATL) vs FLA
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Game 106- Josh Beckett(FLA) vs SFG- No Hitter
Game 119- Randy Johnson(MON) vs FLA
Game 129- Roger Clemens(BOS) vs KC
Game 135- Jeff Weaver(DET) vs BAL- No Hitter
Game 154- Mark Prior(CHC) vs MON)- No Hitter
Game 155- AJ Burnett(FLA) vs COL
Game 166- Randy Johnson(MON) vs SDP- Perfect Game
Game 174- Wade Miller(HOU) vs CIN

Trade
Colorado sent SP Jason Jennings and OF Mike Cameron to Oakland in exchange for OF Eric Byrnes and SP Kirk Saarloos and 2005 prospect SP Joe Blanton

Hall Of Fame Induction
The following player have been unanimously voted into the Hall Of Fame. They are:
1b Mark McGwire(OAK-CLE-TEX) x4 MVP / x10 All Star

2002 Hot Stove League


Welcome to the 2002 winter meeting here in Boston. Here is a timeline of the 2002 season up to the start of the season:

#Sunday night(Oct 1)- All rookies have been imported to your team. IF there is anyone I missed, let me know. I will do a final sweep as my final chore before the season starts. I have converted any dh position to their second and third position(if any). I will be taking requests for SP/RP conversion, provided they have pitched as both. Edit team details is also turned on.
- Supplemental draft ranking, drops and trades are open. This should give you guys enough time to trade and drop your roster down to 28 players until....

#Saturday morning(Oct 6) Drops are closed. Reminders will be sent out the day(Friday morning) before the cutoff. I will close drops Saturday morning so you can rank your supplemental draft. If you have not dropped to 28 players, I will do this for you but you might not like who I choose to drop.

#Sunday morning(Oct 7th)- Supplemental Draft Day. If you are looking to pick up players via the draft, you can drop as much as three more players because the draft is five rounds. You will need to rank your picks, this will not be automatic. The draft will be set up so you can raise your roster via draft, up to 30 players.

#Monday morning(Oct 8th)- Spring training starts with 8 games a day for 3 days ending Wednesday night. Your minor league and drops will open after the eighth game(day 1) which will be around 6pm(give or take an hour)PST.

#Friday afternoon(5-530am PST)- Season starts! Please have your 5-man rotation and lineup set. I DON'T WANT TO GO INTO YOUR TEAM AND SET UP YOUR ROSTER/ROTATION! I will fix your lineup/rotation if not done beforehand.

###The following teams are available if you would like to switch teams now:
Anaheim Angels, Arizona Diamondbacks, NY Mets, Colorado Rockies and Texas Rangers. Teams will be open to anyone else on the public boards Wednesday morning.

If you are wondering who I have listed as injured or DNP, message me and I'll send you a team list with the year I have them listed as returning to your team(or free agents). If there is any questions or you are missing someone, let me know.

Supplemental Draft Order

Tampa Bay
Kansas City
Detroit
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Boston
Baltimore
San Diego
Colorado
New York Mets
Texas
St Louis
San Fransisco
Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati
Minnesota
Arizona
Cleveland
Toronto
Anaheim
Pittsburg
New York Yankees
Los Angeles
Chicago Cubs
Atlanta
Houston
Montreal
Oakland
Florida
Seattle

The result of the poll for home field advantage during the World Series is done. The results:
From a total of 18 votes-
5 votes- Winning league that's won the All Star Game. Even though this is the choice according to today's real-life league, it isn't a popular one due to the randomness.
5 votes- Continue to alternate AL- odd years, NL-even years.
8 votes- Best record hosts(tie-breaker is run differential) series. In my opinion, best for transparency.

I will post the Veteran's Committee All Star nominees once the season starts.

Road to the World Series


Florida vs Seattle
Game 1- CF Mark Kotsay hit two solo shots and Josh Beckett scattered four hits in six innings as the Marlins took game one 5-1. C Charles Johnson added a two run shot in the sixth. CF Ken Griffey reinjured his hamstring running out a grounder in the sixth and is out for the series.

Game 2- Freddy Garcia and two relievers pitched 3 hit ball and slid past Florida 1-0 to even the series. 2b Roberto Alomar rbi double in the third was all the scoring that was needed.

Game 3- 3b Bret Boone error in the sixth opened the floodgates as the Marlins ran past the Mariners 3-1 to take the lead in the series. SS Alex Rodriguez solo shot was the only scoring for the Mariners.

Game 4- Closer Trevor Hoffman came apart in the ninth as Seattle pushed their way to a 3-2 win to tie the series. After loading the bases with a single and two walks, 3b Edgar Martinez lined a single to right to tie the score. SS Edgar Renteria's error that pulled 1b Jeff Conine off the bag scoring RF Ichiro Suzuki for the come from behind win.

Game 5- Bret Boone and Roberto Alomar each homered and Freddy Garcia picked up his second World Series win as Seattle took a 3 games to two lead to win 5-1. Tablesetter Mark Kotsay(twisted ankle) is out of the series after falling into the dugout.

Game 6- Florida got to John Thomson early and held on to win 4-3 to even the series. C Mark Redmond doubled in two in the fourth. Brad Penny won his second game during the Series.

Game 7- Joel Pineiro and two relievers scattered six hits and blanked to Marlins to win the World Series 6-0. After scoring a run in the third, the Mariners exploded for four runs in the fourth.

World Series MVP
Freddy Garcia- 2-0 0.00era 14.1inn 6hits 7k
Ichihiro Suzuki- 10-21 .476 4r rbi 2b 2sb

Milestones
Lifetime(ranking)
750 homers- Mark McGwire(1st)
12843 at bats- Rickey Henderson(2nd- Pete Rose 1st)
2123 runs scored- Rickey Henderson(5th)
3811 hits- Tony Gwynn(3rd)
3500 hits- Rickey Henderson(6th)
669 doubles- Tony Gwynn(5th)
1374 stolen bases- Rickey Henderson(1st)
3578- strikeouts- Randy Johnson(5th)
3397- strikeouts- Roger Clemens(8th)
336- saves- Trevor Hoffman(3rd)

2001 Awards Season!


Veteran's Committee Tally for the Hall Of Fame
^75% needed to enter^
-from 9 ballots-
*Wade Boggs- 7/9= 77%
*Paul Molitor- 7/9= 77%
Gary Gaetti- 1/9%= 11%
Dennis Martinez- 1/9 = 11%
Brett Saberhagen- 1/9% = 11%
Orel Hershiser- 1/9% = 11%

(From 9 ballots)
National League MVP
32pts- Karim Garcia(ARI) 6 1st/2 3rd
21pts- Barry Bonds(PIT) 2 1st/5 2nd/1 3rd
5pts- Orlando Cabrera(MON) 1 1st
4pts- DT Cromer(CIN) 1 2nd/2 3rd
3pts- Jeff Bagwell(HOU) 1 2nd/1 3rd
tie- Chipper Jones(ATL) 1 2nd/1 3rd
2pts- Chuck Knoblauch(CHC) 1 2nd
1pt- Mike Redmond(FLA) 1 3rd
tie- Pedro Martinez(LAD) 1 3rd

American League MVP
31pts- Roberto Alomar(SEA) 6 1st/1 3rd
14pts- Matt LeCroy(MIN) 2 1st/1 2nd/2 3rd
10pts- Jim Thome(CLE) 5 2nd
5pts- Brian Giles(OAK) 1 1st
tie- Jason Giambi(OAK) 2 2nd/1 3rd
2pts- Shawn Green(TOR) 1 2nd
tie- Jeff Kent(TOR) 2 3rd
1pt- Bret Boone(SEA) 1 3rd
tie- Joes Cruz(TOR) 1 3rd
tie- Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA) 1 3rd

NL Cy Young
37pts- Pedro Martinez(LAD) 7 1st/1 2nd
17pts- Randy Johnson(MON) 1 1st/6 2nd
5pts- Rick Reed(PIT) 1 1st
tie- Carlos Hernandez(HOU) 1 2nd/3 3rd
2pts- Kevin Tapani(CIN) 1 2nd
tie- Kerry Wood(CHC) 2 3rd
tie- Josh Beckett(FLA) 2 3rd
1pt- Kyle Farnsworth(CHC) 1 3rd
tie- Mike Trombley(COL) 1 3rd

AL Cy Young
23pts- Tim Hudson(OAK) 4 1st/3 3rd
12pts- Freddy Garcia(SEA) 1 1st/3 2nd/1 3rd
11pts- Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA) 2 1st/1 3rd
tie- Joe Mays(MIN) 1 1st/3 2nd
9pts- Chan Ho Park(OAK) 1 1st/1 2nd/2 3rd
3pts- Joel Pineiro(SEA) 1 2nd/1 3rd
2pts- Eddie Guardado(MIN)
1pt- Eric Milton(OAK) 1 3rd


Silver Slugger Award
(Best Slugging % / 450 ab minimum)
American League
C- Matt LeCroy(MIN) .633
1b- Ritchie Sexson(CLE) .588
2b- Roberto Alomar(SEA) .594
3b- Corey Koskie(MIN) .563
SS- Benji Gil(TEX) .506
OF- Jose Cruz(CLE) .642
OF- Shawn Green(TOR) .635
OF- Manny Ramirez(CLE) .588
DH- Jim Thome(CLE) .610

National League
C- Mike Piazza(LAD) .591
1b- Rafael Palmiero(CHC) .593
2b- Junior Spivey(ARI) .522
3b- Jose Valentin(NYM) .565
SS- Juan Uribe(COL) .505
OF- Barry Bonds(PIT) .738
OF- Todd Hollingsworth(LAD) .664
OF- Adam Dunn(CIN) .637
DH- Karim Garcia(ARI) .849

Golden Glove Award
(450 ab minimum / best fielding % and least errors used as a tiebreaker)
American League
C- Matt LeCroy(MIN) 1.000
tie Shawn Wooton(CAL)
tie Chad Kreuter(CWS)
1b- John Olerud(TEX) 1.000
tie- Calvin Pickering(BAL)
2b- Roberto Alomar(SEA) .999
tie Quilvio Veras(BOS)
3b- Tony Fernandez(TOR) .989
SS- Alex Fernandez(TOR) .992
OF- Manny Ramirez(CLE) 1.000
OF- Tony Gwynn(SEA) 1.000
OF- Jose Canseco(NYY)
tie- Mario Valdez(CWS)
tie- Danny Bautista(DET)
tie- Chris Richard(BAL)

National League
C- Mike Piazza(LAD) 1.000
tie- Brian Schneider(MON)
tie- Charles Johnson(FLA)
1b- Jeff Conine(FLA) .999
2b- Adam Kennedy(STL) 1.000
3b- Jeff Cirillo(MIL) .990
SS- Lou Merloni(ARI) .994
OF- Moises Alou(MON) 1.000
OF- Luis Gonzalez(HOU) 1.000
OF- Devon White(ARI) 1.000
tie- Brian Hunter(PHI)
tie- Ellis Burks(LAD)
tie- Mark Little(COL)
tie- Andy Barker(PIT)

Fireman Of The Year
(Sv = 2pts/ Win = 1pt)
American League
107pts- Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA) 51sv + 5wins
87pts- Robb Nen(OAK) 41sv + 5wins
85pts- Eddie Guardado(MIN) 40sv + 5wins

National League
94pts- Kyle Farnsworth(CHC) 47sv
91pts- Eric Gagne(LAD) 42sv + 7wins
83pts- Jason Isringhausen(NYM) 41sv + 1win


All Star boxscore


(#)- denotes times being All Star/ *- Denotes Rookie
National League Starters:
C- Mike Piazza(LAD) x7
1b- Jeff Bagwell(HOU) x11
2b- Jose Vidro(MON) x2
3b- Chipper Jones(ATL) x6
SS- Rich Aurilia(SFG) x2
OF- Barry Bonds(PIT) x9
OF- Luis Gonzalez(HOU) x4
OF- Sammy Sosa(STL) x4
DH- Karim Garcia(ARI) x1
SP- Pedro Martinez(LAD) x6
SP- Randy Johnson(MON) x10
RP- Kyle Farnsworth(CHC) x1
RP- Byung-Hyun Kim(ARI) x1

National League All Star Alternates
C- Mike Redmond(FLA) x1
1b- Todd Helton(COL) x3
1b- Mark Johnson(PHI) x1
1b- Derrek Lee(SDP) x1
2b- *Junior Spivey(ARI) x1
3b- Jose Valentin(NYM) x2
SS- *Juan Uribe(COL) x1
OF- Bobby Abreu(HOU) x3
OF- Larry Walker(MON) x4
OF- J D Drew(STL) x 1
DH- DT Cromer(CIN) x1
SP- @Javier Vazquez(MON) x1
SP- *Carlos Hernandez(HOU) x1
SP- Jon Lieber(PIT) x1
SP- Kerry Wood(CHC) x1
RP- Jason Isringhausen(NYM) x2
RP- Eric Gagne(LAD) x2
RP- Bobby Witt(ATL) x1
RP- Josias Manzanillo(MIL) x1

American League All Stars
C- Jorge Posada(NYY) x2
1b- Richie Sexson(CLE) x1
2b- Jeff Kent(TOR) x3
3b- Corey Koskie(MIN) x1
SS- Derek Jeter(NYY) x2
OF- Brian Giles(OAK) x3
OF- Bernie Williams(NYY) x3
OF- Jose Cruz(CLE) x1
DH- Jim Thome(CLE) x4
SP- Tim Hudson(OAK) x2
SP- Al Leiter(NYY) x4
RP- Mariano Rivera(NYY) x3
RP- Eddie Guardado(MIN) x2

American League All Star Alternates
C- Matt LeCroy(MIN) x1
1b- Jason Giambi(OAK) x3
1b- Fred McGriff(TAM) x5
1b- *Carlos Pena(TEX) x1
2b- Roberto Alomar(SEA) x7
3b- Phil Nevins(CAL) x1
3b- Robin Ventura(CWS) x5
SS- Alex Rodriguez(SEA) x4
OF- Shawn Green(TOR) x1
OF- Manny Ramirez(CLE) x5
OF- Jim Edmonds(CAL) x3
OF- Ron Gant(BAL) x4
OF- Frank Catalanotto(DET) x1
OF- Carlos Beltran(KC) x1
DH- Jeff Liefer(BOS) x1
SP- Pat Hentgen(TOR) x2
SP- Freddy Garcia(SEA) x2
SP- *Joel Pineiro(SEA) x1
RP- Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA) x2
RP- Robb Nen(OAK) x4
RP- Paul Quantrill(BOS) x1

@-injured

2001 Hall Of Fame, MVP and Cy Young Nominees


Please message me your three pick in each category.
(1st = 5pts, 2nd = 2pts, 3rd = 1pt)
Write-in nominees are accepted
National League MVP
POS``Name````````Team``````AVG/Run/Hit/HR/Rbi
1)1b Jeff Bagwell(HOU)````.270/112/173/41/156
2)OF Barry Bonds(PIT)`````.330/168/195/64/144
3)DH DT Cromer(CIN)```````.268/128/173/80/150
4)DH Karim Garcia(ARI)```.283/140/185/106/217
5)OF Luis Gonzalez(HOU)```.283/115/179/40/130
6)1b Todd Helton(COL)`````.294/`94/184/36/117
7)3b Chipper Jones(ATL)```.314/109/205/31/101
8)1b Rafael Palmiero(CHC)`.276/116/171/53/124
9)C Mike Piazza(LAD)``````.279/`93/174/51/117
10)DH Craig Wilson(PIT)```.305/131/178/49/107
````````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
11)Pedro Martinez(LAD)26-5/2.66/270/306/`6/`3/--

American League MVP
POS``Name````````Team``````AVG/Run/Hit/HR/Rbi
1)2b Roberto Alomar(SEA)``.342/132/222/31/120
2)OF Jose Cruz(CLE)```````.304/112/185/52/112
3)1b Jason Giambi(OAK)````.306/106/190/32/119
4)OF Brian Giles(OAK)`````.281/116/182/38/126
5)OF Shawn Green(TOR)`````.317/103/186/44/134
6)2b Jeff Kent(TOR)```````.306/109/204/29/125
7)C Matt LeCroy(MIN)``````.353/114/204/29/`79
8)1b Ritchie Sexson(CLE)``.278/111/189/55/129
9)DH Jim Thome(CLE)```````.300/125/200/53/130
10)OF Bernie Williams(NYY).311/102/198/30/107

National League Cy Young
````````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
1)Josh Beckett(FLA)```19-5/2.21/207/233/`0/`0/--
2)Kyle Farnsworth(CHC)`0-4/2.55/`49/`54/--/--/49of52
3)Keith Foulke(SFG)````6-2/1.79/`80/`61/--/--/33of38
4)Eric Gagne(LAD)`````7-10/4.84/`83/`64/--/--/42of51
5)Carlos Hernandez(HOU)20-5/2.90/208/216/`0/`0/--
6)Trevor Hoffman(FLA)```6-4/1.34/`73/`72/--/--/37of38
7)Randy Johnson(MON)``21-12/2.54/291/351/22/`4/--
8)Greg Maddux(CHC)````18-11/3.52/255/191/`3/`0/--
9)Pedro Martinez(LAD)``26-5/2.66/270/306/`6/`3/--
10)John Smoltz(ATL)````17-6/3.19/206/188/`0/`0/--
11)Kerry Wood(CHC)````18-10/2.96/227/244/`1/`1/--

American League Cy Young
````````````````````````W-L/ERA/InnP/SO/CG/SHO/SV
1)Freddy Garcia(SEA)``23-7/2.92/274/229/`7/`4/--
2)Eddie Guardado(MIN)``5-8/1.74/`72/`84/--/--/40of44
3)Tim Hudson(OAK)`````22-8/3.07/261/190/`9/`2/--
4)Joe Mays(MIN)```````22-8/3.59/251/191/`5/`1/--
5)Robb Nen(OAK)````````5-6/1.81/`79/102/--/--/41of45
6)Chan Ho Park(OAK)```18-7/3.25/238/205/`6/`1/--
7)Troy Percival(CAL)```1-0/1.95/`64/`64/--/--/41of42
8)Joel Pineiro(SEA)```18-4/2.47/185/166/`1/`1/--
9)Mariano Rivera(NYY)``7-1/1.56/`75/70/--/--/37of42
10)Kazuhiro Sasaki(SEA)5-3/1.46/`68/`54/--/--/51of51
11)Barry Zito(OAK)````16-7/3.15/245/214/`4/`2/--

The Veteran's Committee Hall Of Fame Selections(that's you!)
--Send me the names of ONE or TWO or THREE players who you thinks most deserves to be voted in to the Hall Of Fame.
--Any player needs to receive 75% of the votes or more on the TOTAL ballots received to enter(ie- if 11 ballots received, needs to be on 9 ballots(84%) but not 8(73%) to get elected to the Hall.
--Minimum of 10 total ballots needs to be turned in for everyones' votes to qualify.
--The "X and number" denotes times they have appeared on the list.
--They will stay on the list up to 5 seasons before taken off permanantly.
--Also, you don't have to nominate anyone. If in your opinion the stats aren't worthy, don't have to send in a nom. I will still put out reminders....

This season these are the players you will vote on:

1b
Paul Molitor(MIL-CWS-LAD) x3

3b
Wade Boggs(BOS-ANA-TAM) x2
Gary Gaetti(MIN-CHC) First

OF
Brett Butler(ATL-PHI-NYM) Last


SP
Dennis Martinez(BAL-ATL-TEX-LAD) x2
Danny Darwin(TEX) x3
Dwight Gooden(NYM-BOS) First
Orel Hershiser(LAD) First
Bret Saberhagen(KC) x2
Mark Langston(SEA-SDP-MIL-SDP) x2

1st Half and 2nd Half Notables

Hitting(3+hr, 7+rbi, 6+hits)
Game 9- 3b Scott Rolen(PHI) 7rbi 2r 2/3 2b hr
Game 14- RF Ruben Sierra(MIN) 3hr 3rbi 4r 3/4
Game 28- DH Jeff Liefer(BOS) 3hr 5rbi 3r 4/5 2-2b
Game 37- 1b Rafael Palmeiro(CHC) 3hr 5rbi 3r 4/4
Game 38- 1b Richie Sexson(CLE) 3hr 8rbi 3r 3/4
Game 42- SS Troy Glaus(CAL) 8rbi 3r 2/4 2hr
Game 43- C Jason Varitek(BOS) 9rbi 2r 3/5 2b 2hr
Game 48- 2b Randy Velarde(NYY) 7rbi 3r 4/5 2hr
Game 67- 3b Craig Paquette(STL) 3hr 5rbi 4r 5/5 2b
Game 69- RF Rob Ducey(TEX) 3hr 4rbu 3r 3/3
Game 75- CF Barry Bonds(PIT) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/7
Game 76- 1b Brian Daubach(BOS) 7rbi 2r 3/6 hr
Game 78- DH Lance Berkman(HOU) 3hr 3rbi 3r 3/5
Game 84- RF Moises Alou(MON) 7rbi 2r 2/5 2hr
Game 88- DH Alfonso Soriano(NYY) 3hr 3rbi 3r 3/5
Game 91- DH DT Cromer(CIN) 4hr 6rbi 4r 4/5
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Game 108- 2b Roberto Alomar(SEA) 7rbi 2r 3/6 2b 3b hr
Game 114- DH Karim Garcia(ARI) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 115- DH Edgar Martinez(SEA) 3hr 6rbi 3r 3/4
Game 118- C Wiki Gonzalez(OAK) 4hr 8rbi 4r 4/5
Game 127- LF Shawon Dunston(CHC) 4hr 8rbi 4r 4/4
Game 131- LF Ellis Burk(LAD) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/4
Game 132- CF Barry Bonds(SFG) 3hr 4rbi 3r 3/4
Game 132- C Ivan Rodriguez(TEX) 6/8 3rbi 2b
Game 134- LF Luis Gonzalez(HOU) 3hr 4rbi 3r 3/4
Game 138- 3b Eric Chavez(OAK) 6/6 3rbi 2r 2b hr
Game 142- CF Larry Walker(MON) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 150- DH David Sequi(BAL) 6/6 5rbi 3r 3b
Game 154- 3b Robin Ventura(CWS) 3hr 4rbi 3r 3/4
Game 166- 3b Eric Chavez(OAK) 3hr 5rbi 3r 5/5
Game 167- DH DT Cromer(CIN) 3hr 5rbi 3r 3/5
Game 170- DH Karim Garcia(ARI) 3hr 6rbi 3r 3/5
Game 177- LF Marvin Bernard(SFG) 3hr 3rbi 3r 3/5
Game 177- DH Magglio Ordonez(CWS) 3hr 7rbi 3r 5/5

Pitching(Unless otherwise noted, a one-hitter)
Game 26- Joel Pineiro(SEA) vs NYY- No Hitter
Game 65- Randy Johnson(MON) vs NYM
Game 71- Robert Person(SFG) vs CHC
------------
Game 121- Curt Schilling(ATL) vs LAN
Game 125- Mark Buerhle(CWS) vs DET- No Hitter
Game 126- Carlos Hernandez(HOU) vs CIN- Perfect Game
Game 155- Al Leiter(NYY) vs SEA
Game 161- Roy Halladay(TOR) vs TEX
Game 166- Kevin Brown(TOR) vs TAM

Athlon Sports 2001 MLB Preview


Bringing the Championship to The YAY!!!
HEADLINES
Can Houston Out Slug the NL to Repeat?
The West Rules in the American League, Again!
Can the Cubs Pitch Their Way Past Their Putrid Offense?
National League West? More like National League Worst!
Can Teams Win in Small Markets? Oakland and Montreal say YES!!!
Rookies Watch - Rollins, Beltre and a 3B Named Pujols

Last season, Houston pitched their way to a World Series. If they are to repeat this season, it's going to be their bats that lead the way. Familiar faces, yet again, lead the charge this season, with a few new upstarts sprinkled in along they way.

The American League will again be paced by teams from the West. After a crushing first round exit, the Seattle Mariners hope to return to the playoffs and power past Oakland. Toronto, Cleveland and New York can be expected to make some noise. And the once dominant Minnesota Twins cannot be overlooked this season.

As though we are listening to a broken record, perennial favorite, Montreal, once again leads the way in the National League. Despite their year-after-year projections for greatness, they have yet to get over the hump and win it all. If the rumblings are true, if Montreal can't bring home a World Series championship this year, they might just all be kicked out of Canada! Pittsburgh's sweet mix of big bats and big arms looks to complicate the Expos living situation, along with Houston, Atlanta and New York. No one in the West should be taken seriously, but because each division is required to crown a champion, the Dodgers look to be the best of the worst, I mean West.

Predictions and Power Rankings

NL East
Montreal (2)
Atlanta (10)
New York (11)
Florida (20)
Philadelphia (21)

NL Central
Pittsburgh (5)
Houston (7)
St. Louis (13)
Chicago (15)
Milwaukee (22)
Cincinnati (29)

NL West
Los Angeles (15)
San Francisco (18)
Arizona (23)
Colorado (24)
San Diego (27)

NL Wildcard: Houston

AL East
Toronto (4)
New York (9)
Baltimore (17)
Tampa Bay (26)
Boston (28)

AL Central
Cleveland (6)
Minnesota (8)
Chicago (12)
Kansas City (25)
Detroit (30)

AL WEST
Oakland (1)
Seattle (3)
Anaheim (16)
Texas (19)

AL Wildcard: Seattle

Playoffs:
ALDS: Seattle over Toronto
ALDS: Oakland over Cleveland
NLDS: Montreal over Houston
NLDS: Pittsburgh over Los Angeles

ALCS: Oakland over Seattle
NLCS: Montreal over Pittsburgh

World Series
Oakland over Montreal (Au Revoir, Les Expos)

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11/19/2018 Keeper leagues switching stat ySinCityMarauder
I don't know so much that it takes a sharp mind, It is more taking advantage of a flaw, and I think it's simple, if you find a league with such a set up simply leave and let it die it's natural death.

You can't use all those hidden gems if you have no competition because your League won't fill.

I was playing for almost 5 months before I learned about switching seasons. This put me at a big disadvantage compared to other owners who were aware of that ability.

I can chalk that up to a pretty underwhelming primer on playing the game, I don't expect to be handed the keys to the kingdom from day one, but crawling around in the dark and wondering what the heck happened is even more frustrating, and only a few folks will share that type of information - the rest like that I was uninformed, makes them feel smarter, that they have an unfair advantage, this site REALLY does need a better section for new owners if it wants to grow

The only way I discovered it was by seeing a guy I almost drafted as a 66 on another team as an 83, I was like what the hell is that? I thought they were cheating or something, but no, they had swapped a season is all.

It's funny that in Auto leagues a players Best Offensive season is selected - but in Custom leagues if the commissioner wants to be a dick he can change how a player is shown by changing his season, then draft him and take advantage, that's kind of shady too.
Fortunately the Custom league I am in has an honest and fair commissioner who don't play that crap.

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