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March Thru History II, 1950
Red Sox
CokeMachine
Phillies
wjw1225
Indians
lordhawke
Braves
followtheson
Yankees
thurmunson15
Tigers
husker75
Cardinals
chasherm
Reds
gumsmurphy
Senators
htennis
Cubs
wineskiball
Dodgers
snorkel
Pirates
sloss5
Browns
michaelbylsma
White Sox
tw_gk
Giants
urbanexile
Athletics
jumpingopuosis

Cleveland Indians - 1949 World Series Champions


The Cleveland won back to back Championships in a thrilling 7 game World Series. Down to the Boston Braves 3 games to 2, the Indians won games 6 and 7 after giving up 3 early runs to the Braves in both games.

Satchel Paige notched the win in game 7 with 3 hitless innings. The series was a pitcher's series. Great pitching performances on both teams made for a very exciting and hard fought World Series.

Congratulations to lordhawke and followtheson on a great season.

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Clift delivers in clutch, Browns win

Harlond Clift drove in 4 runs, carrying St. Louis to a 7-1 victory over the White Sox. | Box

Big game for Ennis lifts Phillies to victory

Del Ennis drove in 4 runs, carrying Philadelphia to a 15-1 victory over the Reds. Philadelphia's Ron Northey had 6 RBIs. | Box

Walker sparks 4-3 win for Cardinals

Harry Walker's hot bat helped the Cardinals to a 4-3 win over the Pirates. Walker collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Lockman sparks 7-4 win for Giants

Whitey Lockman's hot bat helped the Giants to a 7-4 win over the Red Sox. Lockman collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Batts delivers in clutch, Red Sox win

Matt Batts drove in 4 runs, carrying Boston to a 9-3 victory over the Giants. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

D. Ennis, Phillies .4093 HR11 RBI
W. Marshall, Giants .4213 HR7 RBI
V. Wertz, Tigers .3912 HR8 RBI
B. Johnson, Athletics .3681 HR8 RBI
L. Easter, Indians .3532 HR6 RBI

Leaders: HR

R. Campanella, Dodgers 9
J. DiMaggio, Yankees 8
W. Dropo, Red Sox 8
A. Rosen, Indians 8
G. Hatton, Reds 7

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

B. Thomson, Giants 1 for 20 (.050)
H. Sauer, Reds 2 for 20 (.100)
B. Usher, Browns 1 for 19 (.053)
G. Zernial, White Sox 2 for 20 (.100)
D. Mitchell, Indians 5 for 22 (.227)

Leaders: SO

H. Newhouser, Tigers 37
B. Feller, Indians 36
S. Jones, Giants 26
E. Blackwell, Reds 26
M. McDermott, Red Sox 25
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

D. Ennis, Phillies .4093 HR11 RBI
W. Marshall, Giants .4213 HR7 RBI
V. Wertz, Tigers .3912 HR8 RBI
B. Johnson, Athletics .3681 HR8 RBI
L. Easter, Indians .3532 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

B. Thomson, Giants 1 for 20 (.050)
H. Sauer, Reds 2 for 20 (.100)
B. Usher, Browns 1 for 19 (.053)
G. Zernial, White Sox 2 for 20 (.100)
D. Mitchell, Indians 5 for 22 (.227)

Leaders: HR

R. Campanella, Dodgers 9
J. DiMaggio, Yankees 8
W. Dropo, Red Sox 8
A. Rosen, Indians 8
G. Hatton, Reds 7

Leaders: SO

H. Newhouser, Tigers 37
B. Feller, Indians 36
S. Jones, Giants 26
E. Blackwell, Reds 26
M. McDermott, Red Sox 25
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Warren Spahn - National League Cy Young


Warren Spahn won the National League Cy Young award in a very close vote over the Dodger's Rex Barney. Spahn led the Braves with 20 wins, 2.49 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, 3.9 K/9

Rule 5 Draft Results

Pete Reiser Dodgers to Braves
Eddie Robinson Indians to Senators
Aaron Robinson Yankees to Tigers
Tiny Bonham Yankees to Pirates
Buddy Blattner Giants to Phillies

Cleveland Indians - 1948 World Series Champion


The Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Braves 4 games to 1 to win the 1948 World Series. Indians pitching continued its season long dominance in the post season. Led by 22 game winner Steve Gromek, who won games 1 and 5, the Indians lost only 2 post season games on its way to their World Series victory.

Washington Senators - 1947 World Champions


Down 3 games to 1, the Washington Senators fought back to win the 1947 World Series over the defending champion Boston Braves. Led by AL Cy Young winner Roger Wolff, the Senators won a classic game seven, 2-1.

Congratulations htennis!

Boston Braves - 1946 World Champions


Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn
The Boston Braves completed an impressive post season defeating the mighty New York Yankees 4 games to 2. The Braves were led by the dominant pitching staff of Dick Rudolph, Mort Cooper, Johnny Sain and rookie Warren Spahn.

Congratulations to followtheson for winning the opening season of March Thru History II.

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2/24/2018 Spice up the auto leaguesBuddyHartley
I was about to say, if you had a 1970 - 2000 league, you would not see a lot of 1970 batters used. Maybe a few pitchers, but not many.

gbacci, I think small improvements go a long way to make the Auto League experience better. The best example in recent memory was limiting the number of times an owner can use the same franchise in a Favorite Teams league at the same time. That has really served to open up the field and make things far more competitive.

Daily Draft leagues are, in my mind, the most level playing field possible. Everyone starts from scratch, and the field is wide open to how an owner wants to build his team. Plus, even new users can utilize the "Compare Across leagues" and "League history" features to research what players have performed well in past leagues.

This game strongly rewards research, and penalizes those who do not do their homework. That is the way it should be. The longer that I spend on PC, the more I have found that you can take a successful owner, put him into a completely new league environment, and he will still put a very strong team on the field. Why? Because successful owners are willing to put in the time necessary to do the research that is required to build the most competitive team possible.
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