Bazooka Retro Baseball 1979

Final pre season Power Rankings and days off


final ranking
1. Orioles 18, 117,149 1
2. Angels 19'32'108 3
3. Cardinals 115,118,120 2
4. Phillies 79,145,149 4
5. Expos 19,126,129 5
6. Royals 42,78,104 9
7. Astros 54,91,135 8
8. Pirates 33,86,119 7
9. Yankees 14,60,89 10
10. Reds 90,108,123 6
11. Red Sox 11,77,104 12
12. Dodgers 27,43,143 14
13. Rangers 19,52,79 11
14. Tigers 87,91,115 15
15. White Sox 83,104,140 16
16. Twins 17,71,95 17
17. Brewers 11,23,143 19
18. Padres 10,27,103 18
19. Mariners 9,102,115 20
20. Cubs 66,101,126 21
21. Mets 69,92,103 13
22. Braves 42,70,129 22
23. Indians 61,82,131 23
24. Giants 41,78,101 24
25. Blue jays 19,70,122 25
26. A's 26,115,119 26

League Chat Box

 

Howell in the zone for victorious Blue Jays

Roy Howell's hot bat helped the Blue Jays to a 9-5 win over the Brewers. Howell collected 4 hits in the game. Alfredo Griffin knocked home 4 runs for the Blue Jays. | Box

Watson blasts off, leads Astros to win

Bob Watson blasted 2 homers, lifting the Astros to a 5-4 win over San diego. | Box

Red-hot Martin can't overcome Phillies onslaught

A 4-RBI game from Jerry Martin couldn't lift the Cubs to victory. Philadelphia prevailed by a score of 12-5. Philadelphia's Keith Moreland had 5 RBIs. | Box

May delivers in clutch, White sox win

Milt May drove in 4 runs, carrying Chicago to a 11-8 victory over the Indians. Gary Alexander had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Cleveland while recording 3 hits. Chicago's Chet Lemon had 4 RBIs. | Box

Carbo blasts off, leads Cardinals to win

Bernie Carbo blasted 2 homers, lifting the Cardinals to a 15-5 win over Los Angeles. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Schmidt, Phillies .3893 HR10 RBI
D. Unser, Phillies .4123 HR10 RBI
L. Parrish, Expos .4293 HR8 RBI
D. Lopes, Dodgers .4093 HR7 RBI
J. Rice, Red Sox .3044 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

O. Smith, Padres 0 for 21 (.000)
T. Puhl, Astros 1 for 21 (.048)
K. Hernandez, Cardinals 2 for 23 (.087)
G. Foster, Reds 1 for 20 (.050)
M. Vail, Cubs 2 for 20 (.100)

Leaders: RBI

M. Schmidt, Phillies 89
W. Aikens, Angels 67
B. Grich, Angels 67
J. Rice, Red Sox 66
H. McRae, Royals 63

Leaders: Wins

J. Fulgham, Cardinals 13
D. Righetti, Yankees 13
D. Larson, Phillies 12
S. McGregor, Orioles 12
J. Palmer, Orioles 12
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5/10/2019playoffsnaplajoie
just wondering - we're using wild cards? nbd, but there were no wild cards in 1979...
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5/22/2019 Player Developmentragingsol
Rank number: Higher the better.

Rank number is how a player compares to the competition in that specific league. The same player from the exact same season (meaning with the exact same Real Stats), playing in two different leagues, may be ranked 95 in one league and ranked 75 in the other.

Rank number is only relative to the players in the specific league in which he plays.

Rank is a guidepost, meaning a higher ranked player will not always perform better than a lower ranked player.
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