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Los Angeles Dodger Dogs - Season 23 World Series Champion

The Los Angeles Dodger Dogs defeated the Tampa Bay Raymonds 4 games to 2 to win the Season 23 World Series. The Series was extremely close, with 2 games going to extra innings and the last 3 games each decided by one run.
The Series opened with an exciting first two games. The Dodger Dogs took the early lead in Game 1 on Chick Hafey’s 1st inning homer. The Raymonds tied it in the 3rd on Mickey Mantle’s sac fly. In the 6th the Dodgers scored to take the lead 2-1. The Raymonds responded in the 7th, but the Dodger Dogs nudged ahead 3-2. The Raymonds once again tied the game 3-3 in the top of the 8th, but the Dodgers took command in the bottom half scoring 4 runs on doubles by Nomar Garciaparra, Fred Lynn, Scot Rolen and Roberto Clemente. Dodger Dogs took the game 7-3.
Game 2 was a 16 inning marathon. The Raymonds scored first in the top of the 1st on Hack Wilson’s RBI single. The Dodgers scored 2 in the 4th behind Clemente’s solo Home Run, and expanded the lead to 3-1 in the 7th. The Raymonds tied the game, 3-3, in the 8th on Freddie Freeman’s sac fly sending the game to extra innings. In the 16th, Eddie Matthews put the Raymonds ahead with a sac fly scoring Freeman, and Mantle followed with a play at the plate to notch the Series at 1 game each with the 5-3 Raymonds victory.
Sid Fernandez took the mound for the Dodger Dogs in Game 3, and pitched a brilliant 1 hitter, shutting out the Raymonds. The Dodger Dogs scored in the 1st inning on solo Home Runs by Jackie Robinson and Garciaparra. Hafey added a run with a solo shot in the 3rd and the Dodgers took the Series lead with the 4-0 victory.
Game 4 was another battle. Fred Lynn put the Dodger Dogs on top with an RBI single in the 2nd inning. The Raymonds took the lead 2-1 in the 4th on Cal Ripken’s 2-RBI single. The Dodger Dogs responded to take the lead for good in the top of the 5th; Hafey singled in the tying run and scored the winning run on a ground out by Rolen. The Dodgers now had the Series lead 3 games to 1 with the 3-2 victory.
In Game 5, Ed Reulbach and Jeff Tesreau battled to a 1-1 tie into the 9th. Reulbach allowed 1 run on 3 hits for the Dodger Dogs, and Tesreau allowed 1 run on 4 hits for the Raymonds. Harper put the Raymonds on top with a solo Home Run in the 1st, and Hafey tied the game with a RBI single in the 3rd. The game went to extra innings, and the Raymonds got the victory 2-1, scoring the game winner in the 12th on Bryce Harper’s RBI double.
The pitching battle continued in Game 6 with Randy Johnson and Series MVP Jim Maloney squaring up. Maloney came out on top for the Dodger Dogs, holding the Raymonds scoreless through 8 on 3 hits. Randy Jonson held the Dodger Dogs to 8 hits, but gave up 2 runs in the 4th on Rolen’s 2 run Home Run. The Raymonds attempted to rally in the 9th scoring on Wilson’s solo homer, but Bryan Harvey closed the door, and the Dodgers took the Championship with the 2-1 victory.
MVP Jim Maloney took the MVP Award with the Game 6 win. Maloney pitched 16 innings in the series with a 1.687 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 2.81 K/9.
Jackie Robinson led the Dodger Dogs on offense with a .400 Avg., 1.040 OPS, 1 Home Run and 1 double.
Hack Wilson led the Raymonds on offense with a .240 Avg, .720 OPS, and 1 Home Run.

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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

S. Perez, Lou Seals .3573 HR6 RBI
F. Thomas, Screeches .2502 HR7 RBI
F. Frisch, Twin City Bear.. .3892 HR6 RBI
W. Clark, Ranger Captains .3532 HR6 RBI
I. Kinsler, Aces .5002 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

I. Suzuki, Baxter Bobcats 2 for 18 (.111)
B. Bonds, Billy Marlins 4 for 19 (.211)
T. O'Neill, Redbirds 2 for 19 (.105)
V. Pinson, Baxter Bobcats 4 for 19 (.211)
L. Appling, Aces 1 for 16 (.063)

Leaders: RBI

M. Cabrera, Green Monsters 130
B. Harper, Homers 121
L. Berkman, Ranger Captains 118
R. Braun, Paws 116
M. McGwire, Aces 115

Leaders: Wins

J. Maloney, Mr. Mets 19
M. Bumgarner, Sliders 18
A. Messersmith, Twin City Bears 18
D. Radcliffe, Bernie Brewers 18
F. Jenkins, Swinging Friars 18

Season 24 Draft Order

1. Chicago Baby Bears
2. St. Louis Redbirds
3. Cincinnati Mr. Redlegs
4. Arizona Baxter Bobcats
5. Boston Green Monsters
6. Los Angeles Rally Monkeys
7. Kansas City Sluggers
8. Detroit Paws
9. Baltimore Birds
10. Miami Billy Marlins
11. Washington Screeches
12. Philadelphia Phanatics
13. New York Dandys
14. Colorado Dingers
15. Milwaukee Bernie Brewers
16. Chicago Southpaws
17. Minnesota Twin City Bears
18. Oakland Stompers
19. Texas Ranger Captains
20. Atlanta Homers
21. Houston Junction Jacks
22. New York Mr. Mets
23. Cleveland Sliders
24. Tampa Bay Raymonds
25. Pittsburgh Pirate Parrots
26. Toronto Aces
27. San Diego Swinging Friars
28. Los Angeles Dodger Dogs
29. San Francisco Lou Seals
30. Seattle Mariner Moose

Tampa Bay Raymonds - Season 22 World Series Champions

The Tampa Bay Raymonds defeated the New York Mr. Mets 4 games to 2 to win the Season 22 World Series.
The Raymonds struck first in Game 1 in the 5th inning on RBI singles by Bobby Doerr and Dolph Camilli. The Mr. Mets fought back scoring single runs in the 5th and 6th inning, taking the lead on Alex Rodriguez’s 7th inning solo Home run. Series MVP Mickey Mantle tied the game at 3 in the 8th with a solo homer sending the game into extra innings. In the top of the 10th, Hack Wilson drove home the winning run with an RBI single to give the Raymonds a 4-3 victory.
Mantle batted .360 in the Series with a 1.400 OPS, 2 doubles 3 Home Runs and 8 RBI.
The Raymonds dominated Game 2, scoring 5 runs in the 2nd inning on Mantle’s 3 run homer and added runs in the 4th and 5th to take a commanding 8-0 lead. The Mr. Mets responded with 4 runs in the bottom of the 6th, on back to back home runs by Rodriguez and Fred McGriff, but the Raymonds held on for the victory, 9-5.
The Mr. Mets got in the win column in Game 3 behind Don Wilson, who allowed 1 run on 5 hits. The Mr. Mets broke the game open in the 4th with home runs by Rodriguez and Al Simmons taking the victory 7-1.
The Raymonds struck back in Game 4 with a 7-3 victory to take the Series lead 3 games to 1. Bob Gibson allowed 2 runs on 3 hits, striking out 6. The Raymonds took a commanding 6-0 lead in the 5th, scoring on RBI singles by Alan Trammel and Camilli and a 2 RBI double by Yogi Berra.
JR Richard kept the Mr. Mets hopes alive in Game 5 holding the Raymonds to 2 runs on 5 hits, striking out 6 with the complete game win. Tris Speaker opened the scoring for the Mr. Mets with a 1st inning solo Home Run, and added runs in the 3rd and 7th on Charlie Gehrringer’s RBI singles, giving the Mr. Mets the 3-2 victory.
Eddie Plank got the game 6 victory for the Raymonds holding the Mr. Mets to 1 run on 8 hits with 7 strike outs. The Raymonds took a 3-0 lead in the 4th on Carlos Beltran’s RBI single and added two runs after a Rodriguez error. Mantle added insurance runs in the top of the 9th with a 2 run homer, giving the Raymonds the Championship with the 6-1 victory.
Al Simmons led the Mr. Mets on offense with a .348 Avg, 1.435 OPS, 2 doubles 1 triple, 2 Home Runs and 4 RBI.

Los Angeles Dodger Dogs - Season 21 World Series Champions

The Los Angeles Dodger Dogs swept the Minnesota Twin City Bears to win the Season 21 World Series.
The Dodger Dogs jumped out to an early lead in Game 1 scoring 3 runs in the 2nd on Home Runs by Shawn Green and Ian Kinsler. Andy Messersmith allowed only 2 runs on 5 hits, and Series MVP, Mike Trout hit a solo Homer in the 8th, and the Dodger Dogs took the opener 5-3.
Mike Trout finished the series with a .333 Avg, 1.067 OPS, 1 Double, 2 Home Runs and 4 RBI.
In Game 2, Gabby Hartnett put the Dodger Dogs on top in the 1st with a 2 run Double. The Dodger Dogs added 4 more in the 3rd. Mike Trout opened the inning with a solo Home Run and Shawn Green drove in 3 with his second Home Run of the Series. Sam McDowell allwed 3 runs on 4 hits leading the Dodger Dogs to victory, 7-4.
The Twin City Bears took the early lead in Game 3 on David Justice’s RBI double in the 2nd and held the Dodger Dogs scoreless into the 5th. The Dodger Dogs exploded for 5 runs in the inning. Bob Johnson opened the scoring with a 2 run triple, Trout then drove in Johnson before Hartnett and Green added RBI singles. Mario Soto allowed 2 runs on 5 hits giving the Dodger Dogs command of the World Series with the 6-2 win.
In Game 4, Al Downing took the mound for the Dodger Dogs, and after allowing 2-1st inning runs, shut the Twin City Bears offense down. Mike Schmidt put the Dodger Dogs on top for good in the 4th with a 2 run Home Run and the Dodger Dogs completed the sweep, taking the World Series Championship with the victory 5-2.

New York Mr. Mets - Season 20 World Series Champions

The New York Mr. Mets defeated the Detroit Paws 4 games to 3 to win the Season 20 World Series.
The Paws took the early World Series lead, winning Game 1 behind the 4 hit pitching of Madison Bumgarner. Ellis Burks and Paul Konerko each hit 2 run homers, giving the Paws the victory 6-1.
The Mr. Mets stormed back to take Games 2 and 3 behind the stellar pitching of JR Richard and Dave Boswell. In Game 2, JR Richard allowed 1 run on 4 hits and Series MVP Jim Thome led the offense with a solo homer and RBI single, giving the Mr. Mets the victory 4-2. In Game 3, Boswell allowed 4 hits, shutting out the Paws. In the 7th, Sam West drove in two runs with a RBI single giving the Mr. Mets the Series lead with a 2-0 victory.
Jim Thome finished the Series batting .385 with a 1.538 OPS, 1 double, 1 triple, 3 Home Runs and 6 RBI.
Madison Bumgarner won his 2nd game of the Series in Game 4 to even the Series at 2 games each. The Mr. Mets struck first in the 6th on a home run by Jason Varitek, but the Paws tied the game in the 7th on Elston Howard’s RBI single and Bryce Harper hit an RBI single in the 8th to give the Paws the victory 2-1.
Game 5 was a thriller. The Paws started the game on fire, scoring 4 runs on Duke Snider’s 1st inning Grand Slam. In the 4th, Paws pitcher JR Richard walked the bases loaded, and the Mr. Mets followed with RBI singles by Josh Donaldson, West and Earl Combs to take the lead 5-4. The Paws responded in the bottom half of the 4th to tie the game at 5. In the 10th, Jason Varitek hit a solo Home Run to give the Mr. Mets the victory 6-5.
The Paws once again evened the Series in game 6. Doug DeCinces doubled and scored in the 1st and hit a 2 run homer in the 2nd to give the Paws the early lead. Wil Clark hit an RBI triple in the 7th to give the Paws a commanding 7-0 lead, more than enough on to win the game 7-3.
The Series was a great one and Game 7 did not disappoint. The Mr. Mets took the early lead 7-2, scoring 5 second inning runs behind Donaldson’s 2 run homer and Combs’ RBI single. The Paws stormed back to take the lead 8-7 scoring 4 runs in the 4th, scoring on Jeff Cirillo’s RBI double and Burk’s RBI triple. In the 8th, Jim Thome hit a solo Home Run to tie the game at 8 sending the final game of the World Series to extra innings. In the Bottom of the 10th, Donaldson drove in the game winner with an RBI single, giving the Mr. Mets the World Championship with a 9-8 victory.
Paul Konerko led the Paws offense with a .304 Avg, 1.174 OPS, 1 double, 2 Home Runs and 5 RBI.

San Diego Swinging Friars – Season 19 World Series Champion

The San Diego Swinging Friars beat the Texas Ranger Captains 4 games to 1 to win the Season 19 World Series.
Game 1 featured a pitching duel between the Friars’ Corey Kluber and the Rangers Chris Sale. Both allowed 5 hits, with Series MVP Kluber coming out on top, 2-1. Bernie Williams hit an RBI single in the 3rd and Larry Doby hit an RBI single in the 6th to give Kluber the runs he needed to get the victory for the Friars.
Corey Kluber finished the series with 2 wins, 1.06 ERA, .588 WHIP and 7.412 K/9
Larry Corcoran pitched a complete game win for the Friars in Game 2, allowing 1 earned run on 9 hits. RBI singles by Hank Greenberg and Doby in the 5th put the Friars on top 4-2. The Friars added 3 more in the 6th behind Magglio Ordonez’ 2 run double to take the game 7-2.
The Friars stellar pitching continued in game 3. Barney Pelty allowed 2 runs on 5 hits to earn the victory. Harry Heilmann got things started for the Friars with a sacrifice fly in the 3rd, and Hank Greenberg added 2 more in the 5th with a 2 run homer giving the Friars the win 5-2 and a 3-0 Series lead.
The Ranger Captains bats came alive in Game 4, scoring 5 runs on 13 hits to give them a much needed win 5-3. Chris Archer allowed only 1 run on 8 hits for the Ranger Captains earning the victory. Falling behind 1-0, Charlie Keller tied the game in the 2nd with a RBI triple. Bob Johnson put the Ranger Captains on top for good in the 3rd with a RBI triple, and in the 6th, they widened the lead on RBI singles by Keller, Buster Posey and Adrian Beltre.
Kluber and Sale once again took the mound, and once again, both pitched brilliantly. Kluber pitched a complete game, giving up 1 run on 2 hits, and Sale allowed 2 runs on 3 hits through 7. Ron Santo doubled in both Friars runs in the 2nd inning, to give the Friars the victory 2-1 and the World Championship to San Diego.
Hank Greenberg led the Friars on offense batting .375 with a 1.188 OPS, 1 HR and 4 RBI.
Buster Posey led the Ranger Captains offense batting .368 with a .842 OPS, 1 double and 2 RBI.

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1/20/2022 Secondary positionncook44
Good question.

If a primary position is IF, the player can play 1B, 2B, SS, 3B for the shown dWar and fielding percentage with no penalty to either. A secondary position of IF means the player can play 1B, 2B, SS, 3B while keeping the same dWar but .05 fielding drop.

If a primary position is UT, the player can play ANY position for the shown dWar and fielding percentage with no penalty to either. A secondary position of UT means the player can play UT while keeping the same dWar but .05 fielding drop.

In your example, all three of those players could play SS for their shown dWar and .05 fielding percentage drop. The sim would only look at those two things, and would treat them no differently other than the different dWar and fielding percentage values.

IF and UT at a secondary position can be very valuable defensive replacements/bench players as they can cover you at many positions. Getting good players with these as primary positions gives you flexibility with team building, but that happens mostly in custom leagues in my experience.

If a player plays out of position entirely, they get a dWar penalty and "will commit a lot of errors." I am not sure what those exact numbers are, but I think dWar drops to 0 unless it was negative, then it stays negative and the fielding percentage takes a big hit.
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