The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

SEASON 2 ALL-STARS

STARTING LINEUP

C - Ted Simmons - CARDINALS
1B - Mike Jacobs - METS
2B - Chuck Knoblauch - BRAVES
SS - Jhonny Peralta - INDIANS
3B - Hank Thompson - GIANTS
OF - Bing Miller - ATHLETICS
OF - Tim Salmon - ANGELS
OF - Chuck Klein - PHILLIES
DH - Reggie Jackson - ATHLETICS
SP - Luis Tiant - INDIANS

BENCH PLAYERS

C - Earle Brucker - ATHLETICS
1B - Lance Berkman - ASTROS
1B - Joe Hauser - ATHLETICS
2B - Edgar Renteria - CARDINALS
3B - Bob Horner - SENATORS
SS - Joe Cronin - RED SOX
OF - Ted Williams - RED SOX
OF - Joe Jackson - INDIANS
OF - Tris Speaker - INDIANS
OF - Jim Edmonds - ANGELS
DH - Travis Hafner - INDIANS


PITCHERS
Starting Pitchers

Pedro Martinez - METS
Curt Schilling - PHILLIES
Jim McAndrew - METS
Tom Seaver - METS
Jake Northrop - BRAVES
Frank Tanana - ANGELS

Relief Pitchers

Don Shaw - METS
Jeff Calhoun - ASTROS
Troy Percival - ANGELS
Scott Garrelts - GIANTS
Vicente Romo - INDIANS
Bob Ayrault - PHILLIES
Julio Solano - ASTROS
Ken Howell - DODGERS

All-Star Count:
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SEASON 2 DAYS OFF GRANTED

**SEASON 2 LEAGUEWIDE DAYS OFF GRANTED**

Because it's much easier to build scheduling blocks, days off aren't 'built into the schedule' in the traditional sense. They will be manually granted by the Commish AFTER the following Day(s)/Game(s) :

Day 9
Day 21
Day 27
Day 39
Day 51
Day 57
Day 69
Day 72
Day 81
Day 90 (x3 - All-Star Break)
Day 102
Day 114
Day 123
Day 138
Day 150
Day 156



League Chat Box

 

Season 2 PRESEASON Power Rankings

1. Philadelphia
2. Washington
3. N.Y. Mets
4. Atlanta
5. Oakland
6. Cleveland
7. San Francisco
8. Boston
9. L.A. Angels
10. L.A. Dodgers
11. Houston
12. St. Louis


ABOUT THE LEAGUE -->

League Title: "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly"

*12 team league, 3 Divisions, 1 Wild Card
*Playoff Format is Best of 7 (2-3-2) for both LCS and World Series (Play-In Tiebreaker Game will be played to settle ANY tie, Divisional or Wild Card) (2 PC Days off granted priot to start of each series.)
*Classic Progression league (Players progress through Age 28, stay at that point, and begin regressing after Age 32 season.)
*Each owner will select a franchise, only one owner may choose a particular franchise. First come, first serve.
*25/15 Rosters
*Player Pool of 1900-2005 (it'll make sense later)
* 3 Rd Supplemental Draft each offseason (5 rounds for inaugural season)
*Minimum 25 AB/10 IP for initial import into the league. All players under 200 AB/ 75 SP IP / 25 RP IP will have their stats doubled prior to their first progression. ( Example: A 30 AB player will be doubled until he's over 200 AB, so 30 -> 60 -> 120 -> 240 AB.....Example: SP with 14 IP, 14 -> 28 -> 56 -> 112 IP...... A 250 AB player will as such. He won't be doubled to 500 AB. Hope this helps)
Note: EN of position players will be halved after finished doubling.

*Slump Buster is On. 5 day maximum.
*Injuries are 25 games maximum for all players.
*Day 90 - All-Star Break (3 PC Days Off)
*Day 130 - Trade Deadline

*Mandatory Retirement Age of 43. No exceptions
*Trading is Allowed. (Max 5 per season)
*Park Effects may be edited each offseason.

*Position Changes will be allowed as far as to a Secondary Position, pitcher roles will not be changed however. ((Meaning if you're the '93 Dodgers and you import RP Pedro Martinez, he's a RP for good, he can't have his stats switched to a different year or Stamina adjusted. He is who he is.)). If you reserve a player for a future season, his position is whatever it is for his new season. (all thresholds apply)

You will select your Inaugural team by selecting 3 team years from your franchise's history:

##The Good (.500-.550 WPct, roughly 81-89 Wins)
##The Bad (.401-.499 WPct, roughly 65-80 Wins)
##The Ugly (.400 or lower, roughly 64 or fewer Wins)
*A franchise can still be selected even if it doesn't have a season in franchise history below .400. But that "Ugly" season MUST be among the franchise's bottom 3 all-time Win Pct."

*You will receive all importable players from all 3 years. Necessary cuts will then be made.

*Duplicate players will be allowed. Take Fred McGriff as an example, we could see a TOR yrs Fred, a SD yrs Fred, a ATL yrs Fred, a TB yrs Fred, and a CHC yrs Fred. Now while most of these franchises won't end up existing here, but just to give you the idea. Just not from the same season. First owner with that player/season owns that player/season. If he was traded during that particular real life season, he won't be imported on another team in the league in the future. If a player is scheduled to import into the league during the same season for two owners. The franchise who owned that player first that season gets the player (Ex. Fred McGriff-1993 would go to a Padre franchise over a Braves franchise if they were both importing 1993 for that particular franchise season. But he would be a Brave first if they import 1993 here in a season before SD does. If say SD already had 1991 or 1992 McGriff, then they're already progressing their own McGriff and there would be no issue at all with ATL importing 1993 McGriff, he'd be theirs’ free and clear.)
**No duplicate player may appear on the same roster however. No matter what their years or teams of origin may be.

*Each season, an owner may "reserve" one incoming player with crappy stats. This means they go to a holding team, and return to your team with better stats from their next qualifying year. Maximum AB/IP for reserving a player is 130 AB/35 IP (50 AB/25 IP is the minimum for a 'returning year'). Only one player may be reserved per season, but multiple reserved players may “return” in the same season. These reserve players are YOURS even if next qualifying season was with another franchise. (Note: Each PC season is equal to one real life MLB season. So if you reserve, say, a 1992 player in Season 1, and his next qualifying season is 1995, that means he sits reserved for that three-season span, and wouldn't return until Season 4.)

Lets use A-Rod as a PERFECT example of what you CAN'T do with reserves. Ignore the SEA years wouldnt qualify.

((Hes an 18yo w 54 AB in 1994. You have 1994 A-Rod to start. Well his slash was .204/.241/.204..so you want to reserve him. Okay. He's under the 130 AB threshold. But he hits the at least 50 AB threshold for returning the following year (1995: 19yo, 142 AB .232/.264/.408), so you get that A-Rod and move forward. You CANNOT keep him reserved and just hold out for his 1996, 20yo .358/.414/.631/1.045 scorcher.. Doesnt work like that.

*Following Season 1, you will then receive imports. Each owner may choose the season following ##TheBad selected season or the ##TheUgly selected season. Each following season, you may continue down the path you're on, or choose from the other. Here's a completely fake example:

I am completely making up numbers for teams to give a quick example:
Season 1 I take the Giants.
The Good is 1958
The Bad is 1988
The Ugly is 1974

For my Season 2 imports, I can choose the 1989 Giants or the 1975 Giants, NOT the 1959 Giants.

Lets say I take the 1989 Giants.

Now for Season 3, I can either stay on that road and take the 1990 Giants imports or I can go back and take the 1975 Giants imports.

Lets Say I take the 1975 Giants.

For Season 4 I can take the 1976 Giants imports or I can go back and take those 1990 Giants imports.

Make sense ??

This is why the cutoff is at 2005 (leaving 15 additional seasons at worst, expecting to not complete 13 seasons by the time 2019 and 2020 stats are available.)

Inaugural Owners/Franchises/Years Selected

JaySlater1223
FRANCHISE: Philadelphia Phillies (96 players)
##TheGood: 1908 - .539 (83-71-1)
##TheBad: 1992 - .432 (70-92)
##TheUgly: 1930 - .338 (52-102)
Reserved Player: C Todd Pratt - 1992 --> 1993
Season 2 Imports: 1993 (13)
Season 2 Reserved Player: None

Run4Fun2009
FRANCHISE: Boston Red Sox (88 players)
##TheGood: 1941 - .545 (84-70-1)
##TheBad: 1987 - .481 (78-84)
##TheUgly: 1965 - .383 (62-100)
Reserved Player: None
Season 2 Imports: 1988 (11)
Season 2 Reserved Player:

BigRedMachine90
FRANCHISE: Brooklyn / Los Angeles Dodgers (100 players)
##TheGood: 1960 - .532 (82-72)
##TheBad: 1984 - .488 (79-83)
##TheUgly: 1992 - .389 (63-99)
Reserved Player: C Mike Piazza - 1992 --> 1993
Season 2 Imports: 1985 (10)
Season 2 Reserved Player:

MrAnastasia
FRANCHISE: Los Angeles/Anaheim/California Angels (113 players)
##TheGood: 1995 - .538 (78-67)
##TheBad: 1976 - .469 (76-86)
##TheUgly: 1968 - .414 (67-95) *bottom 3 (Angels with no seasons below .400)
Reserved Player: DH Mike Easler - 1976 --> 1979 (Season 4, becomes OF)
Season 2 Imports: 1969 (18)
Season 2 Reserved Player: RP Lloyd Allen - 1969 --> 1971 (Season 4)

Harry86 (Left after Season 1)
FRANCHISE: Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves (113 players)
##TheGood: 1946 - .529 (81-72-1)
##TheBad: 1919 - .410 (57-82-1)
##TheUgly: 1989 - .394 (63-97-1)
Reserved Player: OF David Justice - 1989 --> 1990
Season 2 Imports:


DukeBlues
FRANCHISE: Minnesota Twins/ Washington Senators (92 players)
##TheGood: 1936 - .536 (82-71)
##TheBad: 1908 - .441 (67-85-3)
##TheUgly: 1995 - .389 (56-88)
Reserved Player: None
Season 2 Imports: 1909
Season 2 Reserved Player: None

GuruNick
FRANCHISE: Philadelphia/K.C./Oakland Athletics (91 players)
##TheGood: 1969 - .543 (88-74)
##TheBad: 1922 - .422 (65-89)
##TheUgly: 1938 - .349 (53-99)
Reserved Player: C Gene Tenace - 1969 --> 1970
Season 2 Imports: 1923 (11)
Season 2 Reserved Player: OF Walt French - 1923 --> 1925 (Season 4)

TyKyVi
FRANCHISE: St. Louis Cardinals (99 players)
##TheGood: 2003 - .525 (85-77)
##TheBad: 1978 - .426 (69-93)
##TheUgly: 1918 - .395 (51-78)
Reserved Player: C Terry Kennedy - 1978 --> 1979
Season 2 Imports: 1979
Season 2 Reserved Player:

Dommod
FRANCHISE: New York/San Francisco Giants (91 players)
##TheGood: 1986 - .512 (83-79)
##TheBad: 1953 - .455 (70-84)
##TheUgly: 1901 - .380 (52-85)
Reserved Player: None
Season 2 Imports: 1954 (12)
Season 2 Reserved Player:

Dwayne323
FRANCHISE: New York Mets (101 players)
##TheGood: 2005 - .512 (83-79)
##TheBad: 1968 - .451 (73-89-1)
##TheUgly: 1981 - .398 (41-62-2)
Reserved Player: 1B Greg Goossen - 1968 --> 1969
Season 2 Imports: 1982 (15)
Season 2 Reserved Player:

JimMcCoy
FRANCHISE: Houston Astros/Colt .45's (92 players)
##TheGood: 2005 - .549 (89-73-1)
##TheBad: 1984 - .494 (80-82)
##TheUgly: 1975 - ,398 (64-97-1)
Reserved Player: 1B Glenn Davis - 1984 --> 1985
Season 2 Imports: 1985 (12)
Season 2 Reserved Player:

BobUeckerRules
FRANCHISE: Cleveland Indians/Naps (102 players)
##TheGood: 1968 - .534 (86-75-1)
##TheBad: 2004 - .494 (80-82)
##TheUgly: 1915 - .375 (57-95-2)
Reserved Player: SS Jhonny Peralta - 2004 --> 2005
Season 2 Imports: 1916 (22)
Season 2 Reserved Player: None

Mcvn4 (Took Over Season 2)
FRANCHISE: Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves
##TheGood: 1983 - .543 (88-74)
##TheBad: 1918 - .427 (53-71)
##TheUgly: 1989 - .394 (63-97-1)
Season 1-2 Reserved Player: OF David Justice - 1989 --> 1990
Season 2 Imports: 1990 (21)

AVERAGE TEAM WINNING PERCENTAGES
*** Along with PC Guess at Team Strength, will determine Supplemental Order***

1. Houston - .48033
2. LA Angels - .47367
3. LA Dodgers - .46967
4. Boston - .46967
5. Cleveland - .46767
6. Washington/Minnesota - .45533
7. NY Mets - .45367
8. San Francisco - .44900
9. St. Louis - .44867
10. Atlanta - .44433
11. Oakland - .43800
12. Philadelphia- .43633


Smith's 9-K performance not enough

Charlie Smith whiffed 9 batters, but the Mets managed to beat the Senators, 3-2. | Box

Tiant blanks St. Louis with 4-0 shutout

St. Louis is hoping not to see Luis Tiant again for a long while. Tiant went the distance, leading Cleveland to a 4-0 victory. | Box

O'Doul delivers in clutch, Phillies win

Lefty O'Doul drove in 5 runs, carrying Philadelphia to a 8-7 victory over the Red Sox. | Box

Salmon powers Angels to win over Athletics

Tim Salmon blasted 2 homers, lifting the Angels to a 6-3 win over Oakland. Sal Bando hit 2 homers in the contest. | Box

Williams blasts off, leads Red Sox to win

Ted Williams blasted 2 homers, lifting the Red Sox to a 16-9 win over Philadelphia. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

L. O'Doul, Phillies .5422 HR15 RBI
T. Williams, Red Sox .6113 HR9 RBI
D. Evans, Red Sox .4503 HR9 RBI
B. Murphy, Braves .4353 HR8 RBI
B. Horner, Senators .3684 HR8 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

T. Speaker, Indians 6 for 23 (.261)
D. Demeter, Dodgers 3 for 22 (.136)
E. Brucker, Athletics 2 for 21 (.095)
J. Edmonds, Cardinals 3 for 22 (.136)
M. Barrett, Red Sox 3 for 21 (.143)

Leaders: RBI

M. Jacobs, Mets 129
T. Hafner, Indians 125
C. Klein, Phillies 122
B. Horner, Senators 118
M. Greenwell, Red Sox 115

Leaders: Wins

J. Northrop, Braves 18
J. McAndrew, Mets 18
F. Tanana, Angels 17
C. Schilling, Phillies 16
T. Seaver, Mets 16

Trades

Season 1
HOUSTON trades RP Brad Lidge to PHILADELPHIA for C Harry McCurdy

Season 2
PHILADELPHIA trades 3B Dave Hollins to L.A. ANGELS for RP Marty Pattin

WASHINGTON trades 2B Chuck Knoblauch, 3B Buddy Lewis, and SP Bill Forman to ATLANTA for SP Tom Glavine, 2B Glenn Hubbard, 3B Bob Horner, and SS Rabbit Marranville

Position Changes

Season 1

STL - Rogers Hornsby - 2B/OF --> OF/2B
STL - Edgar Renteria - SS/IF --> 2B/IF
PHI - Monk Sherlock - 1B/2B --> 2B/1B
PHI - Mickey Morandini - 2B/SS --> SS/2B
PHI - Otto Knabe - 2B/IF --> SS/IF
OAK - Bob Johnson - OF/2B --> 2B/OF
OAK - Tito Francona - 1B/OF --> OF/1B
HOU - Cliff Johnson - 1B/C --> C/1B

Season 2

PHI - Candy Maldonado - OF/3B --> 3B/OF
STL - Albert Pujols - OF/1B --> 1B/OF
PHI - Pat Meares - SS/OF --> OF/SS
PHI - Mickey Morandini- SS/2B --> 2B/SS


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