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White Sox Win 1956 World Series!


The Chicago White Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals in six games to win the 1956 world series championship.

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Giants fail to follow Mays's lead in loss

A big game from Willie Mays couldn't lift the Giants to victory. Cincinnati prevailed by a score of 6-5, despite 3 hits and 3 RBIs by Mays. | Box

Huge night for Furillo carries Dodgers to victory

Carl Furillo was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Brooklyn's 8-3 victory over the Cubs. Furillo also had 3 hits in the game. | Box

Taylor delivers in clutch, Athletics win

Joe Taylor drove in 5 runs, carrying Kansas City to a 12-9 victory over the Tigers. Detroit's Bill Tuttle had 5 RBIs. | Box

Big game for Moon lifts Cardinals to victory

Wally Moon drove in 4 runs, carrying St. Louis to a 7-6 victory over the Pirates. | Box

Senators overcome brilliant outing by Brewer

Hits were hard to come by against Tom Brewer last night, but the Senators pushed across enough to defeat the Red Sox, 2-0. Brewer allowed just 4 hits over 9 innings in the loss. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Thurman, Redlegs .2615 HR10 RBI
F. Robinson, Redlegs .3934 HR7 RBI
S. Burgess, Cubs .5293 HR7 RBI
R. Sievers, Orioles .3912 HR7 RBI
T. Kluszewski, Redlegs .3503 HR6 RBI

Leaders: AVG

M. Mantle, Yankees .386
R. Schoendienst, Cardinals .346
T. Williams, Red Sox .343
W. Covington, Braves .332
R. Sievers, Orioles .325

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

E. Torgeson, Braves 5 for 26 (.192)
J. Busby, Senators 1 for 21 (.048)
B. Goodman, Red Sox 7 for 25 (.280)
B. Klaus, Red Sox 5 for 25 (.200)
S. White, Red Sox 3 for 21 (.143)

Leaders: WHIP

L. Sleater, Orioles 0.95
V. Law, Pirates 1.11
J. Wilson, Red Sox 1.16
T. Sturdivant, Yankees 1.17
C. Johnson, White Sox 1.17
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Thurman, Redlegs .2615 HR10 RBI
F. Robinson, Redlegs .3934 HR7 RBI
S. Burgess, Cubs .5293 HR7 RBI
R. Sievers, Orioles .3912 HR7 RBI
T. Kluszewski, Redlegs .3503 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

E. Torgeson, Braves 5 for 26 (.192)
J. Busby, Senators 1 for 21 (.048)
B. Goodman, Red Sox 7 for 25 (.280)
B. Klaus, Red Sox 5 for 25 (.200)
S. White, Red Sox 3 for 21 (.143)

Leaders: AVG

M. Mantle, Yankees .386
R. Schoendienst, Cardinals .346
T. Williams, Red Sox .343
W. Covington, Braves .332
R. Sievers, Orioles .325

Leaders: WHIP

L. Sleater, Orioles 0.95
V. Law, Pirates 1.11
J. Wilson, Red Sox 1.16
T. Sturdivant, Yankees 1.17
C. Johnson, White Sox 1.17
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Tuesday Night - 5-Round Supplemental Draft
Thursday Morning - Opening Day Sims

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10/18/2018 Stop the Insanity ! ragingsol
Slater makes some good points, and I am not disagreeing with him, but the WM is right: A league not run well goes dark quicker than Barry O in a Rowdy Roddy Piper sleeper hold.


I'm going to piggyback on Slater's froth and encourage anyone who is not in a Custom League to take a look at them, and consider joining one or two. Not easy to win, for sure, but when you join a well-run Custom League it is usually a fun and different PC experience.

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Or, you can go into the User page of someone you recognize and click thru to the Private League's he/she is in and get a feel for what goes on in a well-run league.

Custom Leagues, even the best ones, are ALWAYS looking for quality GMs, as turnover happens (as life gets in the way) so take the leap and start the insanity.








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