The All-Time Favorites League Season Two

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All Time Favorites is divided into 2 five team divisions. You choose your team, pick 4 seasons of your favorite team. 1 first place, 1 second place, 1 third place and one fourth place or lower. You get to pick two additional players. These players are 1 pitcher and 1 position player of your choice that has played for your franchise for a minimum of four (4) season and put together a winner.

Arrieta whiffs 9 in 2-1 win

Jake Arrieta struckout 9 Washington batters in a 2-1 win for the Cubs. | Box

Goslin unloads, Twins still lose

Goose Goslin blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Twins over the Athletics. Oakland won by a score of 8-5. Josh Reddick had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Oakland while recording 3 hits. | Box

Carter blasts off, leads Nationals to win

Gary Carter blasted 2 homers, lifting the Nationals to a 4-0 win over Chicago. | Box

Reddick unloads, Athletics still lose

Josh Reddick blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Athletics over the Twins. Minnesota won by a score of 8-3. Justin Morneau knocked home 4 runs for the Twins. | Box

Big game for Carter lifts Nationals to victory

Gary Carter drove in 4 runs, carrying Washington to a 6-2 victory over the Cubs. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

G. Carter, Nationals .4003 HR6 RBI
J. Reddick, Athletics .4552 HR5 RBI
G. Goslin, Twins .1762 HR5 RBI
D. Lee, Cubs .3162 HR3 RBI
G. Hartnett, Cubs .1582 HR4 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

H. Wilson, Cubs 1 for 18 (.056)
W. English, Cubs 4 for 19 (.211)
M. Murton, Cubs 2 for 16 (.125)
H. Manush, Twins 3 for 21 (.143)
E. Banks, Cubs 1 for 15 (.067)

Leaders: OPS

J. Foxx, Athletics .918
T. Williams, Red Sox .895
P. O'Neill, Yankees .885
B. Bonds, Giants .870
N. Lajoie, Athletics .851

Leaders: SO/9

T. Bauer, Indians 9.8
C. Sale, Red Sox 9.3
P. Martinez, Nationals 8.6
S. McDowell, Indians 8.6
C. Kluber, Indians 8.5

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Team Entries

Cubs
1st 2016
2nd 1930
3rd 2001
4th 2005
Season 2 1931

Red Sox
1st 2018
2nd 1914
3rd 1950
4th 1907
Season 2 2019

Indians
1st 2017
2nd 1921
3rd 1968
4th 1904
Season 2 2018

Twins
1st 2006
2nd 1930
3rd 1963
4th 1908
Season 2 1964

Yankees
1st 2009
2nd 1997
3rd 1984
4th 2016
Season 2 2017

A's
1st 1930
2nd 1909
3rd 2008
4th 2016
Season 2 2009

Giants
1st 1888
2nd 1948
3rd 1950
4th 1984
Season 2 1951

Cardinals
1st 2004
2nd 1948
3rd 1979
4th 1966
Season 2 1980

Nationals
1st 2017
2nd 1979
3rd 1987
4th 1997
Season 2018

Dodgers
1st 2015
2nd 1962
3rd 2011
4th 1993
Season 2 2016

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8/13/2020 Creating PitchersCrazySauer
BH has it right.

If you've got your main pitching stats where you want them, you'll adjust Innings Pitched (IP) up or down to lower or raise WHIP.

IP is the denominator in the WHIP equation.
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