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MLB 1995 It's A Grand Old Game.

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Welcome to the league

It's a Grand Old Game is a historical league the Commish,Tacomaboy57 has been running the league since it started in season 1960.
The road has had some bumps but there are owners that have been since the beginning and I'm sure would agree this is a pretty good league.

McGriff delivers in clutch, Royals win

Fred McGriff drove in 5 runs, carrying Kansas City to a 11-10 victory over the Athletics. George Williams of the Athletics had 4 hits in the game. | Box

Big game for Whitaker lifts Tigers to victory

Lou Whitaker drove in 5 runs, carrying Detroit to a 8-5 victory over the Rangers. | Box

Valenzuela dominates, Indians win 4-1

Fernando Valenzuela was brilliant last night, allowing just 1 hit over 7 innings, leading the Indians to a 4-1 win over the Angels. | Box

Astros can't contain Spehr, fall 9-8

Tim Spehr was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Montreal's 9-8 victory over the Astros. Spehr also had 3 hits in the game. | Box

Martinez unloads, Phillies still lose

Edgar Martinez blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Phillies over the Giants. San Francisco won by a score of 12-6. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Bonilla, Mets .5714 HR9 RBI
J. Vander Wal, Expos .3643 HR8 RBI
K. Caminiti, Astros .4093 HR7 RBI
T. Hundley, Mets .4503 HR6 RBI
E. Martinez, Phillies .4553 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

K. Griffey, Cardinals 1 for 24 (.042)
M. Morandini, Phillies 0 for 20 (.000)
S. Sosa, White Sox 2 for 22 (.091)
T. Bogar, Mets 1 for 19 (.053)
O. Nixon, Phillies 4 for 24 (.167)

Leaders: SLG

D. Palmer, Rangers .670
D. Hosey, Red Sox .648
L. Walker, Rangers .643
G. Sheffield, Brewers .637
J. Valentin, Red Sox .627

Leaders: H/9

J. Haynes, Orioles 6.5
A. Sele, Red Sox 6.5
H. Nomo, Dodgers 6.8
T. Wakefield, Red Sox 7.2
C. Schilling, Rangers 7.6
Latest Results
11/28/2020Athletics @ RoyalsWatch  Box
11/28/2020Tigers @ RangersWatch  Box
11/28/2020Mets @ PadresWatch  Box
11/28/2020Cubs @ DodgersWatch  Box
11/28/2020Orioles @ BrewersWatch  Box
11/28/2020Braves @ RedsWatch  Box
11/28/2020Giants @ PhilliesWatch  Box
11/28/2020White Sox @ Red SoxWatch  Box
11/28/2020Indians @ AngelsWatch  Box
11/28/2020Cardinals @ PiratesWatch  Box
11/28/2020Mets @ PadresWatch  Box
11/28/2020Twins @ YankeesWatch  Box
11/28/2020Expos @ AstrosWatch  Box

Latest Message
Looking for backup middle infielders, 50 rk and above. age does not matter
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Latest Transactions
11/20/2020 Player Placed On Trade Block
Mark Gardner placed on trade block by New York Yankees
11/13/2020 Player Placed On Trade Block
Keith Lockhart placed on trade block by Kansas City Royals
11/13/2020 Player Placed On Trade Block
Sean Berry placed on trade block by Kansas City Royals
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Latest Public Board Post
11/28/2020 Pinch hittingragingsol
Say what, SCM? That's a pretzel of logic.

I agreed with you, 100%. I said it a different way. I always want the guy on Fire staying in the game.

It does occur that the pinch hitter is the one on fire, but that would fit perfectly into the concept that the hitter on fire is never pulled.
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