Monday, March 24, 2014

Standings with Awards Candidates

AL Standings;

1. Dover
MVP: 1B/OFRamsey 325avg 55 hr 102 rbi 124 r, C-Myers 273 39-102, OF-Purcell 306 32-96
CY: Mitchell 12-3 W-L 3.86 ERA 156 IP, Morris 14-4 3.15 183

2. Richmond
MVP: LF-Martin 311 37-106-19 sb, 3B-Santiago 272 30-109-25
CY: Gabriel 18-3 2.90 186

3. Salem
MVP: 1b-Sanders 293 45-97
CY: Duran 15-1 2.50 155

4. Indianapolis
MVP: 1b/of-Rivera 280 23-68-40, CF White 289 23-94-16
CY: Melo 12-4 3.87 190, Ortega 3.86 34 sv

5. Vancouver
MVP: SS-Bolick 301 31-100, OF-Hukata 281 44-115
CY: DeRojas 17-5 2.96 182

6. Boise
MVP: OF-Abyar 329 52-112, 3b-Peguaro 305-22-62-30
CY: Garland 1.47 32, Lee 11-11 3.57 194

7. Phildelphia
MVP: 3b-Wallaace 316 17-74-16, SS-Mercedes 285 29-103-15
CY: Duncan 15-4 3.15 180, Rodriquez 2.66 30

8. Milwaukee
CY: Nieves 14-6 2.94 198
Rookie: Pittinger 8-10 4.02 145

9. Washington
MVP: SS-Coles 291 16-82-21
CY: Gallardo 12-9 2.84 196, Gonzales 3.23 32
Rookie: LF-Oliva 276 21-50

10. Syracuse
MVP: OF-Bailey 276 43-100
CY: Jacquez 2.37 35

11. Texas
MVP; 2b-Henry 276 38-109

12. Louisville
Rookie: Coles 2,29 27, Burgess 7-4 4.09 140

13. San Fransico

14. Kansas City

15. Columbus

16. Huntington
MVP: DH-Tanner 302 31-92

NL Standings:

1. Colorado Springs
MVP: CF-Hernadez 299 16-61-17
CY: Phelps 13-5 3.62 156, Uribe 11-6 2.68 177, Soto 16-6 2.78 162 (RY)

2. New Orleans
MVP; LF-Mateo 333 28-98, CF-Brinkley 301 38-85-16
CY: James 13-2 3.38 125, Lui 3.97 45

3. Scottsdale
MVP; 2b-Sinclair 300 30-92-21, 3b-Barry 261 40-105-27
CY: Terrero 15-5 3.66 169, Rath 12-3 2.53 170

4. Burlington
MVP: OF/1b-Lopez 293 36-104

5. Hartford:
MVP; C-Willamson 315 25-95
CY: Omedo 13-7 3.85 173
Rookie: 1b-Blackey 315 16-72, Rose 4.72 29

6. Santa Fe
MVP; 1b-Torres 358 27-89

7. Salt Lake
MVP: 2b-Saenez 339 18-90
CY: Tillman 9-4 2.76 150, Matusumto 14-5 2.89 174

8. Chicago
CY: Holloway 9-8 3.13 175, Campbell 3.23 29

9. Atlanta
Rookie: Lee 9-10 3.91 161

10. Toronto
MVP: LF-Jensen 326 26-92
CY: Kearns 11-4 3.20 132

11. Jacksonville

12. Scranton
MVP: 1b-Stull 318 20-62
CY: Murphy 1.53 30
Rookie: Spehr 9-4 4.76 155

13. St Louis
MVP: RF-Hatcher 299 20-77-29
CY: Ackley 2.98 28, Fox 10-7 2.41 134
Rookie: Burd 5-5 3.89 136

14. Durham

15. Toledo
Rookie: Rose 8-7 3.65 150

16. Arizona
MVP; RF-silva 324 24-90

Monday, March 10, 2014

All Stars and Standings

AL Standings with All Stars ( )

1. Indianapolis 58-33 (4)
2. Dover GB-3 (5)
3. Salem GB-3 (3)
4. Boise GB-3 (4)
5. Richmond GB-4 (4)
6. Phildelphia GB-5 (4)
7. Vancouver GB-6 (2)
8. Milwaukee GB-10 (2)
9. Syracuse GB-12 (1)
10. Washington GB-13 (1)
11. Texas GB-15
12. Louisville GB-18
13. San Franisco GB-20
14. Huntington GB-25
15. Columbus GB-26
16. Kansas City GB-29

NL Standings with All Stars ( )

1. Colorado Springs 58-33 (3)
2. New Orleans GB-4 (4)
3. Scottsdale GB-9 (2)
4. Santa Fe GB-9 (2)
5. Burlington GB-10 (1)
6. Hartford GB-10 (1)
7. Salt Lake GB-12 (2)
8. Scranton GB-12 (2)
9. Chicago GB-12
10. St Louis GB-14 (2)
11. Jacksonville GB-15 (3)
12. Toronto GB-16 (3)
13. Atlanta GB-17 (1)
14. Toledo GB-20 (1)
15. Durham GB-21 (3)
16. Arizona GB-27

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Mid Season Power Rankings

AL Power Rankings: Previous Ranking ( )  PreSeason-Pre

1. Dover 51-30 (3) Pre-8
2. Salem 50-31 (1) Pre-7
3. Richmond 47-33 (2) Pre-1
4. Phildelphia 47-34 (10) Pre-2
5. Boise 45-35 (4)  Pre-4
6. Indianapolis 51-29 (5)  Pre-3
7. Milwaukee 45-36 (6)  Pre-5
8. Vancouver 44-37 (9)  Pre-6
9. Texas 41-40 (7)  Pre-9
10. Louisville 38-42 (11)  Pre-13
11. Syracuse 41-40 (12)  Pre-12
12. Columbus 31-49 (13)  Pre-15
13. Washington 35-45 (8)  Pre-10
14. Huntington 29-52 (14)  Pre-14
15. San Franisco 32-48 (16)  Pre-11
16. Kansas City 25-55 (15)  Pre-16

Best Division: AL West
Best Record Last 40 games: Dover and Phildelphia 27-13  (Richmond 29-12)
Worst Record Last 40 games: Kansas City 13-26  (Huntington 11-30)

Playoff Seeds:
1. Indianapolis (3)
2. Dover (4)
3. Salem (2)
4. Richmond (1)
5. Phildelphia (NR)
6. Boise/Milwaukee (6)

NL Power Rankings:

1. Colorado Springs 50-31 (1) Pre-4
2. New Orleans 50-31 (4) Pre-9
3. Santa Fe 42-38 (6) Pre-10
4. Scottsdale 42-39 (8)  Pre-2
5. Burlington 43-38 (9) Pre-11
6. Scranton 44-37 (5) Pre-14
7. Salt Lake 39-41 (3) Pre-1
8. St Louis 40-40 (2) Pre-7
9. Toronto 38-43 (12)  Pre-3
10. Chicago 41-39 (13)  Pre-6
11. Hartford 40-40 (11)  Pre-13
12. Toledo 35-46 (14)  Pre-15
13. Jacksonville 35-45 (10)  Pre-12
14. Durham 31-49 (7) Pre-5
15. Atlanta 38-43 (15)  Pre-16
16. Arizona 28-52 (16)  Pre-8

Best Division:  NL South and West
Best Record Last 40 games: Colorado Springs and New Orleans 25-15 (St Louis 26-15)
Worst Record Last 40 games: Arizona 13-26 (Toledo and Arizona 15-26)

Playoff Seeds:
1. Colorado Springs (2)
2. New Orleans (6)
3. Scranton (3)
4. Hartford (NR)
5. Burlington (NR)
6. Santa Fe/Scottsdale (NR)

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Quarter Power Rankings

Quarter Power Rankings:  Previous Ranking ( )

AL:

1. Salem 26-15 (7)
2. Richmond 29-12 (1)
3. Dover 24-17 (8)
4. Boise 23-18 (4)
5. Indianapolis 25-16 (3)
6. Milwaukee 23-18 (5)
7. Texas 20-21 (9)
8. Washington 20-21 (10)
9. Vancouver 25-16 (6)
10. Phildelphia 20-21 (2)
11. Louisville 20-21 (13)
12. Syracuse 19-22 (12)
13. Columbus 16-25 (15)
14. Huntington 11-30 (14)
15. Kansas City 12-29 (16)
16. San Franisco 15-26 (11)

Playoff Seeds:

1. Richmond (1)
2. Salem (NR)
3. Indianapolis (5)
4. Dover (NR)
5. Vancouver (6)
6. Milwaukee (4)/Boise (3)

Early Surprises: Salem and Dover
Early Disappointments: Phily
Best Divison: AL West

NL:

1. Colorado Springs 25-16 (4)
2. St Louis 26-15 (7)
3. Salt Lake 25-16 (1)
4. New Orleans 25-16 (9)
5. Scranton 24-17 (14)
6. Santa Fe 19-22 (10)
7. Durham 17-24 (5)
8. Scottsdale 21-20 (2)
9. Burlington 23-18 (11)
10. Jacksonville 20-21 (12)
11. Hartford 19-22 (13)
12. Toronto 16-25 (3)
13. Chicago 19-22 (6)
14. Toledo 15-26 (15)
15. Atlanta 19-22 (16)
16. Arizona 15-26 (8)

Playoff Seeds:
1. St Louis (4)
2. Colorado Springs (6)/Salt lake (1)
3. Scranton (NR)
4. Jacksonville (NR)
5. Colorado Springs (6)/ Salt Lake (1)
6. New Orleans (NR)

Early Surprises: Scranton, St Louis, and New Orleans
Early Disappointments: Toronto, Chicago and Arizona
Best Division: NL West

Friday, January 31, 2014

PreSeason Power Rankings-Season 30

AL Rankings: (Previous finish, team notes, and key players listed)

1.  Richmond-WS Runner up, Won the coveted FA championship with some great signings,  this great team is led by a strong offense.  MVP 3b-Santiago, Future Star LF-Martin, 2b-Scheffler, AS RF-Abercombie, AS SP-Byrne and Gabriel.

2. Phildelphia-Div Champ, Strong Pitching leads a very good young team.  RY SS-Mercedes, 3b-Wallace, Young Aces-Winchester and Pinedea, AS Closer-Rodriquez

3. Indianapolis-AL Runner Up, Strong Pitching leds a very good vet team. AS CF-White, Legend DH-Chen, AS Power LF-Duesning, AS SP-Melo and Toca, SP-Gardner

4. Boise-Div Champ, Strong Pitching leads a very good vet team.  Young Power RF-Aybar, Ace AS Gomez and Lee, Vet SP-Moya

5. Milwaukee-Div Champ, Very balanced team is led by a good offense.  AS 3b-Carson, AS 1b-Navarro, SP-Nieves and Ford, AS closer-Cubillan

6. Vancouver-Top End Talent lead by the returning legend owner.  AS SS-Bollick, Young Power 1b-Howard, Power AS LF-Hukata, Legend SP-DeRojas, Young Closer-Reimold, SP-Gabriel

7. Salem-WC team, Young Playoff team led by very strong pitching. Power 1b-Sanders, Legend SP-Duran, Future CY-Kotchman, SP-Beneitz

8. Dover-Good team led by a very powerful offense which gives the D-Dogs a shot at the playoffs. AS LF-Nathan, AS 1b-Ramsay, AS 1b-Hamilton, AS C-Myers, AS RF-Purcell

9. Texas-Young and upcoming team which will improve as the season goes on. AS CF-Godfrey, AS 2b- Henry, SP-Howell.

10. Washington-Another young and upcoming team with a promising future.  AS SS-Coles, 1b-Jensen, SP-Gallardo

11. San Franisco-Veteran club which in a very tough division.  AS LF-Gentry

12. Syracuse-Rebuilding after a very recent world series apperance. AS closer-Jacquez, RY candidate with great power RF-Bailey

13. Louisville-Starting to grow with a look of being competitive in the near future. AS SS-Nitching, Power DH-Eveland

14. Huntington-Rebuilding with a good veteran owner.  Power DH-Tanner, SP-Bravo

15. Columbus-Rebuilding with a good veteran owner.

16. Kansas City-Rebuilding with a new veteran owner.

PreSeason Playoff Seeds:
1. Richmond
2. Phildelphia
3. Boise
4. Milwaukee
5. Indianapolis
6. Vancouver

Darkhorses: Dover, Salem, Texas and Washington


NL Rankings:

1. Salt Lake-3X Defending Champ with great depth and a great owner.  AS 3b-Randa, Power SS-Camacho, AS RF-Cepeda, 2b-Sanez, AS Ace-Tillman, SP-Gose

2. Scottsdale-NL Runner Up, Very good vet club with a great balanced attack.  AS Star SS-Hutch, AS 2b-Sinclar, Power 3b-Barry, AS SP-Terrero, Villa, and Ohman

3. Toronto-Div Champ, Very good team which is lead by a great balance attack.  C-Kingland, Vet CF-Bulter, AS hitting LF-Jensen, Ace-Kearns, Closer-Aoki, P-DiMaggio

4. Colorado Springs-WC team, Strong ptiching leads a team taking one last run at the title. Power 3b-Duran, AS CF-Hernandez, AS Power LF-Terry, AS SP-Uribe and Phelps

5. Durham-Div Champ, Good team led by a powerful offense. Power SS-Cortez, AS 3b-Ozuna, Power AS C-Redman, Young Power RF-Cabrera, SP-Carey

6. Chicago-Good team on verge of the playoffs led by pitching.  OBP machine RF-Molina, AS-Hollway, ACE-Tatum

7. St Louis-Young team with top end offense talent led by offense. Future Star RF-Hatcher, Young AS CF-Newfield, AS Power C-Houston, AS closer-Ackley

8. Arizona-Very soild team in a very tough division led by offense. AS 2b-Purcell and Hannity. Future Star 2b-Veras, AS SP-Wiltse

9. New Orleans-Upcoming team with good vets with young nucleus. Young Power 1b-Moore, SS-Jackson, Closer-Lui, AS SP-James

10. Santa Fe-Div Champ, Veteran Club led by a good offense.  AS 2b-Guiterrez, 3b-Barden, SP-Matheson

11. Burlington-Improving Team with exciting young pieces on offense.  Young LF-Lopez, Future Star RF-Martinez, AS 3b-Molina, SP-Post

12.Jacksonville-Young and upcoming talent which will improve as the season goes on.  Future Star RF-Fernandez, CF-Arias, Young Power 3b-Maddox, Closer-Peterman

13. Hartford-Young pieces led by a good veteran owner. Future Star CF-Fife, AS 3b-Hernandez

14. Scranton-New ownership adding vets to a young team. Young Power 1b-Stull, Closer-Chapman

15. Toledo-Veteran team with new owner. AS CF-Brinkley, AS 3b-Atchley

16. Atlanta-Improving under 2nd yr owner

PreSeason Playoff Predictions:
1. Salt Lake
2. Toronto
3. Durham
4. St Louis
5. Scottsdale
6. Colorado Springs

Darkhorses: Chicago, New Orleans, Burlington, and Jacksonville



















Tuesday, January 28, 2014

History of League thru Season 29

History of Morgan:

AL History Rankings: 10 pts-WS 5pts-Pennant 2pts-Div 1pt-Playoffs

1. Vancouver-PTS 173
WS Title: 5 (S26)
AL title: 10 (S25)
Div title: 23 (S27)
Playoffs: 27 (S28)
100+ wins: 21
100+ loss: 1
Winning Seasons: 27
Owners; 3 (current owner 27 out of 28 yrs)

2. Indianapolis-PTS 77
WS titles: 2 (23)
AL titles: 4 (23)
Div titles: 11 (28)
Playoffs: 15 (29)-9 straight
100 wins: 9
100 loss: 5
Winning Seasons; 18-10 straight
Owners: 10 (2 yrs)

3. Washington-PTS 73
WS titles: 3 (17)
AL titles: 4 (20)
Div titles: 7 (20)
Playoffs: 9(23)
100 wins: 7
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 14
 Owners: 9 (4 yrs)

4. Kansas City- PTS 67
WS titles: 2 (8)
AL titles: 3 (18)
Div titles: 8 (12)
Playoffs: 16 (26)
100 wins: 4
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 18
Owners: 7 (new)

5. Richmond- PTS 62
WS titles: 1 (12)
AL titles: 2 (29)
Div titles: 14 (29)-4 straight
Playoffs: 14 (29)-4 straight
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 1
Winning Seasons: 17-5 straight
Owners: 8 (11 yrs)

6. Milwaukee-PTS 38
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 1 (27)
Div titles: 9 (29)
Playoffs: 15 (29)
100 wins: 4
100 loss; 0
Winning Seasons: 20-10 straight
Owners: 2 (19 yrs)

7.  Dover- PTS 32
WS titles: 1 (19)
AL titles: 1 (19)
Div titles: 5 (17)
Playoffs: 7 (27)
100 wins: 2
100 loss; 3
 Winning Seasons: 17-3 straight
Owners; 6 (14 yrs)

8. Boise-PTS 32
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 2 (7)
Div titles: 5 (29)-2 straight
Playoffs: 12 (29)-2 straight
100 wins: 6
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons; 21-5 straight
Owners: 9 (5 yrs)

9. Columbus-PTS 30
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 8 (24)
Playoffs: 14 (26)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 18
Owners: 3 (27 yrs)

10. Syracuse-PTS 28
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 1 (28)
Div titles: 7 (28)
Playoffs: 9 (28)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 15-4 straight
Owners: 10 (12 yrs)

11. Louisville-PTS 22
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles:7 (25)
Playoffs: 8 (25)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 9
Winning Seasons: 11
Owners: 6 (2 yrs)

12. Phildelphia- 12 PTS
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 3 (29)
Playoffs; 6 (29)-2 straight
100 wins:3
100 loss: 8
Winning Seasons: 10-2 straight
Owners: 12 (2 yrs)

13. Huntington- PTS 12
WS titles: 0
AL titles; 0
Div titles: 4 (20)
Playoffs: 4 (20)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 5
Winning Seasons: 9-1 straight
Owners: 5 (2 yrs)

14. Texas-PTS 12
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 4 (22)
Playoffs; 4 (22)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 6-1 straight
Owners: 11 (2 yrs)

15. Salem-PTS 8
WS titles; 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 1 (20)
Playoffs; 6 (29)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 6
Winning Seasons: 10-1 straight
Owners: 10 (2 yrs)

16. San Franisco- PTS 1
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 0
Playoffs; 1 (6)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 5
 Winning Seasons: 7
Owners: 5 (6 yrs)

NL Rankings;

1. Hartford- PTS 87
WS titles: 3 (22)
NL titles: 4 (22)
Div titles: 10 (28)
Playoffs; 17 (28)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 1
Winning Seasons: 20
Owners: 1

2. Atlanta-PTS 85
WS titles: 1 (5)
NL titles: 6 (14)
Div titles: 14 (21)
Playoffs: 17 (21)
100 wins: 8
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 22
Owners: 4 ( 2 yrs)

3. Scottsdale- PTS 80
WS titles: 2 (20)
NL titles: 2 (20)
Div titles: 16 (29)
Playoffs: 18 (29)-3 straight
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 0
Winning Seasons:25-5 straight
Owners:9 (4 yrs)

4. Toronto-PTS 68
WS titles: 2 (24)
NL titles: 4 (26)
Div titles: 9 (29)-4 straight
Playoffs: 10 (29)-7 straight
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 12-7 straight
Owners: 1

5. Chicago-PTS 66
WS titles: 2 (25)
NL titles; 3 (25)
Div titles: 10 (25)
Playoffs: 11 (25)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 17-3 straight
Owners: 9 (14 yrs)

6. Salt Lake-58 PTS
WS titles: 3 (29)-3 straight
NL titles; 3 (29)-3 straight
Div titles: 4 (28)
Playoffs: 5 (29)-4 straight
100 wins; 1
100 loss: 7
Winning Seasons:6-4 straight
Owners: 17 (11 yrs)

7. Jacksonville-PTS 54
WS titles: 1 (16)
NL titles: 3 (16)
Div titles: 8 (20)
Playoffs: 13 (20)
100 wins: 4
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 15
Owners: 7 (2 yrs)

8. Santa Fe-PTS 39
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (2)
Div titles: 10 (29)-4 straight
Playoffs: 14 (29)-8 straight
100 wins:2
100 loss: 0
Winning Seasons: 20-16 straight
Owners: 10 (2 yrs)

9. Scranton-26 PTS
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (17)
Div titles: 5 (20)
Playoffs: 11 (24)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 17
Owners: 10 (new)

10. Burlington-PTS 22
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (15)
Div titles: 5 (16)
Playoffs: 7 (17)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 5
 Winning Seasons: 15-3 straight
owners: 3 (12 yrs)

11. Arizona-PTS 21
 WS titles; 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 6 (25)
Playoffs: 9 (25)
100 wins: 2
 100 loss; 2
Winning Seasons: 15
Owners: 1

12.Durham-PTS 18
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 6 (29)
Playoffs; 6 (29)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 4
Winning seasons: 15-1 straight
Owners: 9 (2 yrs)

13. Toledo-PTS 17
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 5 (27)
Playoffs: 7 (27)
100 wins; 3
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 12
Owners: 6 (new)

14. New Orleans-PTS 16
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 4 (26)
Playoffs: 8 (26)
100 wins: 1
100 loss: 1
Winning Seasons: 10
Owners: 2 (new)

15. Colorado Springs: PTS 14
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 3 (23)
Playoffs: 8 (29)-4 straight
100 wins; 3
100 loss: 5
Winning Seasons: 10-4 straight
Owners: 8 (12 yrs)

16. St Louis: PTS 13
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (13)
Div titles: 2 (13)
Playoffs: 4 (20)
100 wins: 1
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons:15-1 straight
Owners: 8 (4 yrs)
























































































































Thursday, December 19, 2013

NL Power Rankings

NL Power Rankings:  Previous Rankings ( )

1. Scottsdale 87-48 (4)
Current Playoff Seed #1
MVP Candidates: Hutch 328 Avg 23 HR 95 RBI 52 sb
CY Young: Terreo 16-6 2.32 170 ip, Villa 14-6 3.28 178, Rath 15-4 3.72 172

2. Colorado Springs 84-51 (2)
Current Playoff Seed # 5
MVP: Roberts 320 15-69 46 sb
CY Young: Uribe 12-6 2.23 185, Phelps 15-6 2.82 165, Voight 13-4 2.65 156

3. Salt Lake City 80-55 (1)
Current Playoff Seed #6
MVP: Sanez 331 28-91
CY Young: Tillman 11-5 2.65 156

4. Toronto 77-58 (3)
Current Playoff Seed #2
MVP: Jaso 327 25-99
CY Young: Kearns 10-5 3.46 143

5. Santa Fe 75-60 (9)
Current Playoff Seed #3
MVP; Barden 325 17-93 30 sb

6. St Louis 72-63 (7)
MVP: Houston 285 49-95
CY Young: Pryce 13-9 2.61 193, Ackely 43 sv 2.15
 Rookie: Newfield 264 22-77 29 sb

7. Durham 68-67 (12)
Current Playoff Seed #4
MVP; Crespo 283 25-79 25 sb, Cortez 278 45-128

8. Chicago 73-62 (5)
CY Young: Holloway 17-4 2.70 183

9. Arizona 59-76 (8)
Rookie: Lee 283 23-71

10. Burlington 71-64 (6)
CY Young: Powell 15-4 2.85 164

11. Kansas City 67-68 (13)
MVP; Brinkley 280 25-86 23 sb

12. Hartford 55-80 (10)
Rookie: Willamson 288 29-94

13.Austin 52-83 (15)

14. Atlanta 56-79 (11)

15. New York 54-81 (14)
Rookie: Stull 264 28-85

16. Jacksonville 48-87 (16)

Power Rankings

AL Power Rankings:  Previous Ranking ( )

1. Boise 88-47 (5)
Current Playoff Seed #2
MVP Candidates: Santiago 335 Avg 36 hr 122 rbl 28 sb
CY Young Candidates: Martin 12-7 2.56 154 ip, Gomez 15-6 3.22 211, Smith 16-6 3.34 180

2. Miwaukee 89-46 (1)
Current Playoff Seed #1
MVP Candiates; Torres 320 34-109, Navarro 308 32-101
CY Young: Ford 17-7 3.88 167, James 14-3 2.91 131

3. Indianapolis 77-58 (4)
Current Playoff Seed #5
MVP: Chen 327 39-110, Duensing 301 42-120
CY Young; Gardner 12-6 3.16 165, Toca 14-4 3.88 183, Melo 13-10 3.56 202

4. Phildelphia 82-53 (3)
Current Playoff Seed #3
MVP: Karros 321 38-108
CY Young: Pineda 14-7 2.85 183, Winchester 14-7 3.02 163
Rookie: Merecedes 294 34-76, Rodriquez 38 sv

5. Richmond 82-53 (6)
Current Playoff Seed #4
MVP: Scheffler 325 21-78-23
CY Young: Byrne 15-7 3.18 201

6. Dover 73-62 (2)
MVP: Ramsey 305 48-126, Nathan 295 40-122

7. Salem 74-61 (7)
Current Playoff Seed #6
CY Young: Duran 13-5 2.57 192

8. Louisville 64-71 (11)

9. Huntington 73-62 (9)
Rookie: Blue 14-6 3.59 145, Tanner 285 36-98

10. Syracuse 66-69 (10)

11. Texas 70-65 (8)

12. San Franisco 47-88 (15)

13. Washington 59-76 (12)
Rookie: Manship 283 16-65

14. Las Vegas 52-83 (13)

15. Columbus 43-92 (16)

16. Baltimore 43-92 (14)

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Mid Season Power Rankings

Mid Season Power Rankings:

AL Power Rankings:  Previous Rankings ( ) 

1. Milwaukee 59-32 (2)
4 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #1

2. Dover 53-38  (1)
7 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #5

3. Phildelphia 54-37 (5)
2 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #3

4. Indianapolis 52-39 (4)
1 All Star
Current Playoff Seed #6

5. Boise 57-34 (3)
5 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #2

6. Richmond 54-37 (6)
2 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #4

7. Salem 49-42 (9)

8. Texas 49-42 (7)
3 All Stars

9. Huntington 48-43 (11)
1 All Star

10. Syracuse 45-46 (12)

11. Louisville 45-46 (8)
4 All Stars

12. Washington 40-51 (13)
1 All Star

13. Las Vegas 38-53 (10)

14. Baltimore 28-63 (15)

15. San Franisco 34-57 (14)

16. Columbus 25-66 (16)

NL Power Rankings: Previous Rankings ( )

1. Salt Lake 57-34 (3)
3 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #1

2. Colorado Springs 56-35 (5)
4 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #5

3. Toronto 54-37 (1)
2 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #2

4. Scottsdale 56-35 (2)
5 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #6

5. Chicago 50-41 (6)
1 All Star

6. Burlington 51-40 (7)
2 All Stars

7. St Louis 46-45 (12)
3 All Stars

8. Arizona 44-47 (4)
1 All Star

9. Santa Fe 47-44 (13)
2 All Stars
Current Playoff Seed #3

10. Hartford 41-50 (9)

11. Atlanta 44-47 (8)
4 All Stars

12. Durham 43-48 (10)
1 All Star
Current Playoff Seed #4

13. Kansas City 37-54 (11)
1 All Star

14. New York 38-53 (14)

15. Austin 33-58 (15)
1 All Star

16. Jacksonville 29-62 (16)

Friday, November 15, 2013

Quarter Power Rankings Season 29

AL Power Rankings:  Previous Ranking ( )

1. Dover 28-13 (6)
2. Milwaukee 27-14 (2)
3. Boise 28-13 (1)
4. Indianapolis 21-20 (3)
5. Phildelphia 24-17 (4)
6. Richmond 25-16 (5)
7. Texas 23-18 (9)
8. Louisville 24-17 (11)
9. Salem 19-22 (7)
10. Las Vegas 18-23 (8)
11. Huntington 20-21 (13)
12. Syracuse 17-24 (10)
13. Washington 15-26 (14)
14. San Fransico 17-24 (12)
15. Baltimore 16-25 (15)
16. Columbus 6-35 (16)

Biggest Improvement: Dover +5
Biggest Drop: 5 teams -2
Best Division: AL North

Current Playoff Seeds:  Previous Seed ( )
1. Dover (6)
2. Boise (1)
3. Richmond (4)
4. Phildelphia (5)
5. Milwaukee (2)
6. Louisville (NR)

NL Power Rankings:  Previous Ranking ( )

1. Toronto 26-15 (3)
2. Scottsdale 26-15 (2)
3. Salt Lake City 26-15 (1)
4. Arizona 21-20 (9)
5. Colorado Springs 25-16 (4)
6. Chicago 25-16 (8)
7. Burlington 24-17 (5)
8. Atlanta 20-21 (16)
9. Hartford 20-21 (6)
10. Durham 17-24 (7)
11. Kansas City 21-20 (12)
12. St Louis 18-23 (11)
13. Santa Fe 19-22 (13)
14. New York 19-22 (14)
15. Austin 14-27 (10)
16. Jacksonville 7-34 (15)

Biggest Improvement: Atlanta +8
Biggest Drop: Austin -5
Best Divison: NL West

Current Playoff Seeds:  Previous Seed ( )
1. Toronto (2)
2. Scottsdale (5)
3. Kansas City (NR)
4. Atlanta (NR)
5. Salt Lake City (1)
6. Colorado Springs (6)/Chicago (NR)

Monday, October 28, 2013

History of the League thru Season 28

History of the Morgan

Dover:
World Series: 1 (S19)
AL Titles: 1 (S19)
Div Titles: 5 (S17)
Playoffs: 7 (S27)
100+ wins: 2
100+ loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 16 (2 straight)
Owners: 6 (current 13 yrs)

Milwaukee
World Series: 0
AL titles: 1 (S27)
Div titles: 8 (S26)
Playoffs: 14 (S27)
100+ wins: 3
100+ loss: 0
Winning Seasons: 19 (9 straight)
Owners: 2 (current 18 yrs)

Syracuse
WS Titles: 0
AL titles: 1 (28)
Div titles: 7 (28)-2 straight
Playoffs: 9 (28)-2 straight
100+ wins: 3
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 14 (3 straight)
Owners; 10 (current 11 yrs)

Columbus
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 8 (24)
Playoffs: 14 (26)
100 wins: 3
100 loss; 4
 Winning seasons: 18
Owners; 3 (current 26 yrs)

Phildelphia
WS titles; 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 2 (16)
Playoffs: 5 (28)
100 wins; 3
100 loss: 8
Winning Seasons: 9
Owners: 12 (new owner)

Baltimore
WS titles; 2 (8)
AL titles: 3 (18)
Div titles: 8 (12)
Playoffs: 16 (20)
100 wins: 4
100 loss: 2
Winning seasons: 18
Owners: 6 (new owner)

Indianapolis
WS titles: 2 (23)
AL titles: 4 (23)
Div titles: 11 (28)-8 straight
Playoffs: 14 (28)-8 straight
100 wins; 9
100 loss:5
Winning Seasons: 17 (8 straight)
Owners: 10 (new owner)

Washington
WS titles: 3 (17)
AL titles: 4 (20)
Div titles: 7 (20)
Playoffs: 9 (23)
100 wins: 7
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 14
Owners: 9 (current 3 yrs)

Huntington
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 4 (20)
Playoffs: 4 (20)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 5
Winning seasons: 8
Owners: 5 (new owner)

Richmond
WS titles: 1 (12)
AL titles: 1 (12)
Div titles: 13 (28)-3 straight
Playoffs: 13 (28)-3 straight
100 wins: 0
100 loss; 1
Winning Season: 16 (4 straight)
Owners: 8 (current 10 yrs)

Texas
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 4 (22)
Playoffs: 4 (22)
100 wins: 0
100 loss; 3
Winning seasons: 5
 Owners; 11 (new owner)

Louisville
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 7 (25)
Playoffs: 8 (25)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 9
Winning Seasons: 11
Owners: 6 (new owner)

San Franisco
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 0
Playoffs: 1 (6)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 7
Owners: 5 (current 5 yrs)

Salem
WS titles: 0
AL titles: 0
Div titles: 1 (20)
Playoffs: 5 (21)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 6
Winning Seasons: 9
Owners: 10 (new owner)

Las Vegas
WS titles: 5 (26)-
AL titles: 10 (26)
Div titles: 23 (27)
Playoffs: 27 (28)-27 straight
100 wins; 21
100 loss: 1
 Winning seasons: 27 straight
Owners: 3 (new owner)

Boise
WS titles; 0
AL titles: 2 (7)
Div titles: 4 (28)
Playoffs: 11 (28)
100 wins: 5
100 loss; 4
 Winning seasons: 20 (4 straight)
Owners: 9 (current 4 yrs)

Burlington
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (15)
Div titles: 5 916)
Playoff: 7 (17)
100 wins: 2
100 loss; 5
 Winning Seasons: 14 (2 straight)
Owners: 3 (current 11 yrs)

New York
WS titles: 0
NL titles; 1 (17)
Div titles: 5 (20)
Playoffs: 11 (24)
100 wins: 0
l00 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 17
Owners: 9 (new owner)

Toronto
WS titles: 2 (24)
NL titles: 4 (26)
Div titles: 8 (28)-3 straight
Playoffs: 9 (28)-6 straight
100 wins: 2
100 loss; 3
Winning Seasons: 12 (6 straight)
Owners: 1

Chicago
WS titles: 2 (25)
NL titles: 3 (25)
Div titles: 10 (25)
Playoffs: 11 (25)
100 wins: 3
 100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 16 (2 straight)
Owners: 9 (current 13 yrs)

Kansas City
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 5 (27)
Playoffs: 7 (27)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 3
 Winning Seasons: 12
Owners: 5 (current 13 yrs)

Hartford
WS titles: 3 (22)
NL titles: 4 (22)
Div titles; 10 (28)
Playoffs: 17 (28)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 1
Winning Seasons: 20
Owners: 1

Jacksonville
WS titles: 1 (16)
NL titles: 3 (16)
Div titles: 8 (20)
Playoffs: 13 (20)
100 wins; 4
 100 loss: 3
Winning seasons: 15
 Owners: 7 (new owner)

Durham
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 5 (26)
Playoffs: 5 (26)1
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 14
Owners: 9 (new owner)

St Louis
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (13)
Div titles: 2 (13)
Playoffs: 9 (20)
100 wins: 1
100 loss: 4
Winning Seasons: 14
Owners: 8 (current 3 yrs)

Atlanta
WS titles: 1 (5)
NL titles: 6 (14)
Div titles: 14 (21)
Playoffs: 17 (21)
100 wins: 8
100 loss: 3
Winning Seasons: 22
Owners: 4 (new owner)

Santa Fe
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 1 (2)
Div titles: 9 (28)-3 straight
Playoffs: 13 (28)-7 straight
100 wins: 2
 100 loss: 0
 Winning seasons: 19-(15 straight)
Owners: 10 (new owner)

Austin
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 4 (26)
Playoffs: 8 (26)
 100 wins: 1
100 loss: 1
Winning seasons; 10
Owners: 1

Salt Lake City
WS titles: 2 (28)-2 straight
NL titles: 2 (28)-2 straight
Div titles: 4 (28)-3 straight
Playoffs: 4 (28)-3 straight
100 wins: 1
100 loss; 7
Winning Seasons: 5 (3 straight)
Owners: 17 (current 10 yrs)

Colorado Springs
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div Titles: 3 (23)
Playoffs: 7 (28)-3 straight
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 5
Winning seasons: 9 (3 straight)
Owners: 8 (current 11 yrs)

Scottsdale
WS titles: 2 (20)
NL titles; 2 (20)
Div titles: 15 (26)
Playoffs: 17 (28)-2 straight
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 0
Winning seasons; 24 (4 straight)
Owners: 9 (current 8 yrs)

Arizona
WS titles: 0
NL titles: 0
Div titles: 6 (25)
Playoffs: 9 (25)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 2
 Winning seasons: 15
Owners; 1

Pre Season NL Power Rankings Season 29

NL Power Rankings: last year playoff teams ( )

1. Salt Lake City (WS Champ and West Champ)
2. Scottsdale (Wild Card)
3. Toronto (NL Runner Up and North Champ)
4. Colorado Springs (Wild Card)
5. Burlington
6. Hartford (East Champ)
7. Durham
8. Chicago
9. Arizona
10. Austin
11. St Louis
12. Kansas City
13. Santa Fe (South Champ)
14. New York
15. Jacksonville
16. Atlanta

NL Playoff Seeds:
1. Salt Lake City
2. Toronto
3. Hartford
4. Austin
5. Scottsdale
6. Colorado Springs

Best Division: NL West
Darkhorses: St Louis and Kansas City

Pre Season AL Power Rankings-Season 29

AL  Power Rankings for Season 29 last year playoff teams ( )

1. Boise (West Champ)
2. Milwaukee
3. Indianapolis (AL Runner Up andEast Champ)
4. Phildelphia (Wild Card)
5. Richmond (South Champ)
6. Dover
7. Salem
8. Las Vegas (Wild Card)
9. Texas
10. Syracuse (AL Champ and North Champ)
11. Louisville
12. San Franisco
13. Huntington
14. Washington
15. Baltimore
16. Columbus

AL Playoff Seeds
1. Boise
2. Milwaukee
3. Indianapolis
4. Richmond
5. Phildelphia
6. Dover

Best Division: AL West
Darkhorses: Salem and Texas

Sunday, September 1, 2013

New Power Rankings

AL Power Rankings

Previous Rankings ( )

1. Boise 83-41 (1)
2. Norfolk 77-47 (2)
3. Richmond 74-50 (4)
4. Milwaukee 70-53 (10)
5. Syracuse 73-50 (6)
6. Vancouver 74-50 (5)
7. Phildelphia 66-58 (3)
8. Dover 62-62 (12)
9. New Orleans 62-62 (8)
10. Fresno 57-66 (11)
11. Augusta 56-68 (7)
12. Montgomery 58-65 (9)
13. Louisville 46-77 (13)
14. Washington 43-80 (14)
15. Columbus 44-79 (16)
16. San Franisco 42-81 (15)

Best Team Past 45 games:  Boise 30-14
Worst Team Past 45 games: Augusta 15-29
Best Division:  AL North

Current Playoff seeds:

1. Boise (1)
2. Norfolk (2)
3. Richmond (3)
4. Syracuse (4)
5. Vancouver (6)
6. Milwaukee (NR)


NL Power Rankings:

1. Salt Lake City 80-43 (1)
2. Toronto 81-42 (3)
3. Scottsdale 78-45 (2)
4. Colorado Springs 71-53 (4)
5. Hartford 69-55 (6)
6. Burlington 67-57 (5)
7. Fargo 65-58 (9)
8. Oklahoma City 69-55 (10)
9. Chicago 61-62 (7)
10. Arizona 60-64 (8)
11. Kansas City 51-73 (12)
12. St Louis 60-64 (13)
13. Austin 52-71 (11)
14. Pawtucket 42-80 (14)
15. Tampa 42-81 (15)
16. San Juan 40-84 (16)

Best Record Past 45 games: Toronto 30-14
Worst Record Past 45 games:  Pawtucket 12-32
Best Division:  NL West

Current playoff seeds:

1. Toronto (2)
2. Salt Lake City (5)
3. Hartford (3)
4. Oklahoma City (4)
5. Scottsdale (1)
6. Colorado Springs (NR)

Thursday, August 22, 2013

50% rule

This is a bit longer than a typical message so I picked this over world chat, but I wanted to let the league know my thoughts. The process came from messages I have received from multiple owners asking what could be done about owners that tank for prospects. HBD does have some rules that help us, but we have also run into the rare owner that when asked said they know what WifS rules are on fair play and they were aiming for the minimum to not get expelled. In essence the league has let me know that they do not want owners that spend as little as possible on the ML team and once a minimum win total is reached end the season on a 17 game losing streak so they can lock down that first pick. At the same time this game has steep learning curve, and we don't want to be too harsh on new owners trying to get a grasp of how it works. I certainly do not want to add rules to the league but due to owners that try to flaunt the system I made a change to try preserve the competitiveness of this league. I chose 50% of actual budget for a couple of reasons. The type of team that creates problems for the league is one that funnels virtually all of there money into prospects while leaving the major league team a shambles. Instead of putting hard stops on owners about a team must spend X amount of dollars on the majors or limit their prospect dollars to a hard amount, the 50% rule gives them a chance to control their budgets and still protects the league from owners that spend $100 to lose for 4 seasons then build a super team.