Topps Rookie Archives

Stud Progression Season 3 and Position Changes


STUD PROGRESSION
Sugar Skulls-2B Bill Sweeney 1911 to 1912.
Goldeneyes-SP Dazzy Vance 1922 to 1924
Seals-OF Tommy Davis 1960 to 1962
White Caps-3B Robin Yount 1974 to 1977
Woodchucks-SP Ralph Terry 1959 to 1961
Cowboys-SP Dennis Rasmussen 1989 to 1992
Tarpons-SP Ferdie Schupp 1915 to 1916
Bats-RP Alan Embree 2001 to 2002
Crackers-SP Wilbur Wood 1970 to 1971
Hops-RP Rollie Fingers 1969 to 1971

POSITION CHANGES
Seals-Specs Toporczer 2b to SS
Seals-Fritz Coumbe SP to RP
Tarpons-Don Gullett SP to RP
Tarpons-Manny Mota OF to 2B


Turn Back The clock


1. Joe Torre-Greensboro Bats
2. Don Drysdale-Albuquerque Dukes
3. Ralph Kiner-Greensboro Bats
4. George Kelly-Wisconsin Woodchucks
5. Rollie Fingers-Hillsboro Hops
6. Ivan Rodriguez-Pompano Beach String Rays
7. Bob Feller-Winnipeg Goldeneyes
8. Dizzy Vance-Winnipeg Goldeneyes
9. Yogi Berra-Atlanta Crackers
10.Robin Yount-West Michigan WhiteCap

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Puhl delivers in clutch, Dukes win

Terry Puhl drove in 4 runs, carrying Albuquerque to a 10-7 victory over the Woodchucks. | Box

Hops can't contain Sisler, fall 9-8

George Sisler was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Pompano Beach's 9-8 victory over the Hops. Sisler also had 3 hits in the game. Ted Williams had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Pompano Beach while recording 3 hits. | Box

Gonzalez powers Cowboys to win over Goldeneyes

Adrian Gonzalez blasted 2 homers, lifting the Cowboys to a 5-4 win over Winnipeg. | Box

Fairly delivers in clutch, Stingrays win

Ron Fairly drove in 5 runs, carrying Pompano Beach to a 7-3 victory over the Hops. Tim Lincecum struckout 8 Pompano Beach batters in the contest. | Box

Roberts shines, Seals still lose to West Michigan

Bip Roberts collected 4 hits last night, but it wasn't enough for the Seals. The Whitecaps won the contest, 6-5. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

A. Gonzalez, Cowboys .2784 HR7 RBI
T. Puhl, Dukes .3892 HR7 RBI
C. Fisk, Crackers .5382 HR6 RBI
R. Sandberg, Sugar Skulls .3332 HR6 RBI
M. Bishop, Hops .4760 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

B. Adams, Stingrays 2 for 21 (.095)
B. Hargrave, Sugar Skulls 2 for 21 (.095)
A. Simmons, Tarpons 4 for 21 (.190)
A. Trammell, Cowboys 1 for 18 (.056)
C. Cedeno, Crackers 2 for 21 (.095)

Leaders: HR

B. Bailey, Sugar Skulls 37
T. Hafner, Bats 26
T. Perez, Crackers 25
A. Gonzalez, Cowboys 24
A. Simmons, Tarpons 23

Leaders: SO

M. Scherzer, Crackers 190
T. Lincecum, Hops 172
D. Vance, Goldeneyes 158
B. Gibson, Whitecaps 145
M. Scott, Cowboys 133

Returning Players

Season 3

Dave Bergman Dukes
Johnny Peralta Atlanta
Tim Corcoran Atlanta
Josh Bard Greensboro
Billy Southworth Seals
Clay Hensley West Michigan
Justin Germano Wisconsin
Gene Oliver Wisconsin
Jay Kirke Wisconsin
Bill Doak Greensboro

Season 4
Rube Marquard StringRays
Dean Stone Dukes
Pat Clements Tampa

Season 5

Jason Stanford Kansas City

Military Service Exemption Rule


Military Service Exemption Rule: Players who served our country will be examp from missing time due to military service. The seasons missed due to military service for our country player will be progressed using U progression. Example Wally Baducci misses 1943 and 1944 due to serving our country those 2 seasons he will be progressed using U progression. Once he returns real progression will be used again in 1945.

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1/22/2019Statuswillbhere
Okay, here is the issue. The way Coach has this league set up is by leagues, not divisions. That way, each league gets its own two wildcards. The alternative is to put both leagues together as divisions and rename that second league "not used". I do not recommend this. I think Coach wanted to avoid having too many wildcards from one league/division.

We can only have two leagues. Normally, deleting the unused team would solve the problem, but we need it to hold players.

You may be right. Perhaps before we had multiple leagues. Not sure. I would contact Guy.

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2/16/2019 Player Dropped
Rick Waits dropped by San Francisco Seals
2/16/2019 Player Dropped
Jay Johnstone dropped by San Francisco Seals
2/14/2019 Player Signed
Al Orth picked up by West Michigan Whitecaps
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Latest Public Board Post
2/20/2019 Changing playersSinCityMarauder
Playing a person at their secondary Position reduces their Fielding % downwards by 50 points - so if they are a C/OF have a .975 Fielding % as catcher and a .925 Fielding % as an Outfielder.

Their DWar stat remains unchanged
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