Auto League 54 All-Time Greats

Seaver dominates, AGITATORS win 2-1

Tom Seaver was brilliant last night, allowing just 2 hits over 7 innings, leading the AGITATORS to a 2-1 win over the Hurricanes. Luis Tiant struckout 9 Gainesville batters in the contest. | Box

CHHS 101 can't contain Morgan, fall 7-3

Joe Morgan was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Houston's 7-3 victory over the CHHS 101. Morgan also had 3 hits in the game. Tony Gwynn recorded 4 hits. Dolph Camilli recorded 4 hits. Adrian Beltre recorded 5 hits. Joe DiMaggio recorded 4 hits. | Box

Big game for Schmidt lifts Corn Pickers to victory

Mike Schmidt drove in 4 runs, carrying Iowa to a 11-5 victory over the Cubs. Todd Helton had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Iowa while recording 3 hits. | Box

Big game for Foxx lifts Naps to victory

Jimmie Foxx drove in 5 runs, carrying Cleveland to a 14-2 victory over the Nine. | Box

Appling delivers in clutch, Hurricanes win

Luke Appling drove in 4 runs, carrying Hawaii to a 13-3 victory over the Cubs. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

E. Mathews, SUBVERSIVES .5633 HR8 RBI
H. Wilson, Cubs .3183 HR7 RBI
A. Belle, Hurricanes .3912 HR7 RBI
C. Klein, Corn Pickers .4763 HR5 RBI
J. Morgan, Swamp Donkeys .3813 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

W. Boggs, Cubs 4 for 24 (.167)
J. Burkett, SUBVERSIVES 3 for 23 (.130)
F. Lindstrom, Nine 3 for 21 (.143)
J. Lopez, CHHS 101 3 for 20 (.150)
W. Mays, Cubs 3 for 20 (.150)

Leaders: OPS

B. Ruth, AGITATORS 1.131
B. Bonds, Naps 1.017
T. Helton, Corn Pickers .987
J. Giambi, Bulls .981
M. McGwire, AGITATORS .961

Leaders: SO/9

C. Sale, Bulls 9.3
R. Johnson, Mudcats 9.3
J. deGrom, Cubs 9.2
J. Verlander, Corn Pickers 9.2
P. Martinez, Cubs 8.9

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11/13/2019AGITATORS @ HurricanesWatch  Box
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11/13/2019Cubs @ Corn PickersWatch  Box
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11/13/2019Mudcats @ SUBVERSIVESWatch  Box
11/13/2019Ocelots @ BullsWatch  Box
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11/9/2019 Player Dropped
Giovanny Gallegos dropped by Carolina Mudcats
11/2/2019 Player Signed
Emilio Pagan picked up by Gainesville AGITATORS
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Latest Public Board Post
11/13/2019 Astros being jerks, part 87SinCityMarauder
OK, First of all, I am tired of all this nonsense about " Stealing Signs" it is ONLY illegal if you use an electronic device such as an Apple Watch, or camera -

If I can give my batter and runners an advantage as to what type of pitch is coming and don't do it,what kind of a team mate am I? isn't the objective to win the game?

Find a better way to hide your signs if you don't want them stolen, the fact that the Astro's used electronic devices makes them cheaters, besides that they are just trying to win and using every legal advantage they can

It is not illegal to steal signs. There is no rule against it, and certain players and coaches excel at the art. There is, however, a directive dating to 2001 that prohibits the use of electronic devices in the dugout or the use of binoculars. The use of the Apple Watch would clearly violate this directive.
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