Legendary Losers Season #27

Season 27 Awards


It's time for the Season 27 hardware to be handed out!
MVP Award - Michael Ryan (Twins) (Ryan-5, McCann-3, Wilie-1)
CY Young Award - Mark Prior (Cubs) (Prior-6, Tibbs-2, Rincon-1)
Rookie of the Year - Roger Clemens (Red Sox) (Clemens-8, Wright-1)
Mark Eichhorn Award - (Pitchers with less than 15 saves, more than 80 IP, and less than 3 game starts) - Joe Jimenez (Twins) (Jimenez-4, Balfour-3, Robinson-1, Venters-1)
Batting Crown - Mike Davis (A's)
HR King - Michael Ryan (Twins)
RBI Crown - Michael Ryan (Twins)
SB King - Ryan Theriot (Cubs)
Wins Leader - Jay Tibbs (Twins)
ERA Title - Mark Prior (Cubs)
K Leader - Mark Prior (Cubs)
RP Win Leader - Joe Jimenez (Twins)
Saves Leader - Craig Kimbrel (Braves)/Michael Wuertz (Cubs)
Fireman of the Year - Michael Wuertz (Cubs)
ACE of WHIP - Mark Prior (Cubs)/Chet Hoff (Browns)
Hands of Stone - Tony Armas (Browns)
Jose Lima Award - Tom Browning (Royals)
Mario Mendoza Trophy - Ed Kirkpatrick (Royals)
World Series MVP - tbd

League Chat Box


Mark Prior struck out 8 Brownies in a complete game shutout on Opening Day for the Cubs
   

Kubel delivers in clutch, Twins win

Jason Kubel drove in 4 runs, carrying 2008 Minnesota to a 9-8 victory over the Cubs. Mark Prior struckout 11 2008 Minnesota batters in the contest. | Box

Tibbs baffles Cubs, Twins win

Jay Tibbs struckout 8 2009 Chicago batters in a 3-2 win for the Twins. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Cuddyer, Twins .3682 HR5 RBI
J. Mauer, Twins .3532 HR5 RBI
D. Wilie, Twins .3751 HR5 RBI
R. Theriot, Cubs .4000 HR5 RBI
J. Morneau, Twins .2632 HR3 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Murton, Cubs 2 for 21 (.095)
D. Ward, Cubs 2 for 17 (.118)
B. Kielty, Cubs 5 for 22 (.227)
M. Hoffpauir, Cubs 1 for 11 (.091)
M. Ryan, Twins 8 for 18 (.444)

Leaders: AVG

M. Davis, Athletics .320
B. McCann, Braves .302
D. Wilie, Twins .297
B. Upton, Devil Rays .295
R. Gedman, Red Sox .293

Leaders: WHIP

C. Hoff, Browns 1.01
M. Prior, Cubs 1.02
T. McCabe, Browns 1.07
A. Rincon, Cardinals 1.09
K. Wood, Cubs 1.11

Reserve List


(Season 27 picks coming soon)
Reid Brignac (Tampa Bay Devil Rays) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)
Neal Cotts (Chicago Cubs) - reserved for Season 31 (Season 26 pick) (that's a long wait!)
Danny Sheaffer (Boston Red Sox) - reserved for Season Season 32 (Season 26 pick) (even longer than Cotts!!)
Randy Ruiz (MInnesota Twins) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)
Kevin Romine (Boston Red Sox) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)
Mark Kotsay (Florida Marlins) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)
Philip Gosselin (Atlanta Braves) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)
John Costello (St. Louis Cardinals) - reserved for Season 28 (Season 27 pick)

Legendary Losers Franchise History


Spoonybarger is pitching out of his mind, as usual.
ATLANTA BRAVES (1988 - 2014)
CLEVELAND INDIANS (1969 - 1980)
-- Replaced in Season #13 by WASHINGTON SENATORS (1919 - 1933)
FLORIDA MARLINS (1998 - 2008)
-- Replaced in Season #12 by NEW YORK YANKEES (1913 - 1925)
-- Replaced in Season #25 by TAMPA BAY RAYS (2007 - 2009)
KANSAS CITY ROYALS (1999 - 2003)
-- Replaced in Season #6 by OAKLAND ATHLETICS (1967 - 1988)
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (1992 - 1995)
-- Replaced in Season #5 by SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (1985 - 1986)
-- Replaced in Season #7 by DETROIT TIGERS (2003 - 2020)
-- Replaced in Season #25 by KANSAS CITY ROYALS (1970 - 1972)
MINNESOTA TWINS (1982 - 2008)
NEW YORK METS (1993 - 2004)
-- Replaced in Season #13 by ATLANTA BRAVES (1977 - 1980)
-- Replaced in Season #17 by CHICAGO WHITE SOX (1903 - 1905)
-- Replaced in Season #20 by CHICAGO CUBS (2002-2009)
PITTSBURGH PIRATES (1986 - 1997)
-- Replaced in Season #13 by BROOKLYN DODGERS (1912 - 1914)
-- Replaced in Season #16 by ST. LOUIS BROWNS (1911- 1922)
SAN DIEGO PADRES (1993 - 2000)
--Replaced in Season #9 by CHICAGO CUBS (1966 - 1973)
--Replaced in Season #17 by CINCINNATI REDS (1984 - 1994)
TORONTO BLUE JAYS (1979)
-- Replaced in Season #2 by SEATTLE MARINERS (1983 - 1991)
-- Replaced in Season #11 by PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (1930)
-- Replaced in Season #12 by NEW YORK GIANTS (1902 - 1906)
-- Replaced in Season #17 by ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (1978 - 1988)
SEATTLE PILOTS (1969 - 1971)
-- Replaced in Season #4 by BOSTON RED SOX (1965 - 1988)
TEXAS RANGERS (1973 - 1978)
-- Replaced in Season #7 by MILWAUKEE BREWERS (2002 - 2017)
-- Replaced in Season #23 by FLORIDA MARLINS (1993 - 1997)

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