Thursday, May 14, 2015

Season 35 Preview

AL Power Rankings with Key Players listed (*players under 30 years old)

1. Washington-WS Champ
Defending Champs led by strong starting pitching, top notch bullpen and very deep offense with room to grow.
*LF-Olivo-WSx1
CF-White-ASx3,SSx2, WSx1
*2b-Sequi-rising star, WSx1
*DH-Brooks-ASx2, WSx1
*SP-Mancusco-CYx1, ASx1, WSx1-one of the best pitchers in the game
*SP-Pendelton-ASx1, WSx1
*Closer-Melcancon-ASx2, WSx1

2. Phildelphia-AL East Champ
Very deep starting pitching, elite closer, and deep effective offense looking to breakthru this season.
*SS-Mercedes ASx3, SSx1
*LF-Price ASx4, GGx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Terry ASx1, GGx1
3b-Wallace ASx3
*SP-Martin-future ace
SP-Winchester-ASx1
*SP-Chang-rising rookie of year candidate
SP-Duran CYx3, ASx10- future hall famer
*SP-Pineda-best #5 starter in game?
*Closer-Rodriquez ASx5-one of the best closers in the game

3. Syracuse
Very deep starting pitching, elite closer, and deep offense looking to end Dover's Division reign.  Phildelphia or Syracuse is the deep team?
*DH-Willamson ASx3, SSx2
*LF-Leon-power hitter
1b-Myers-ASx9, SSx5, WSx2
*3b-Hunter-very good hitter
*2b-Bailey-power hitter
*RF-Kutter-another young piece to lineup
SP-Gomez ASx2, WSx1
SP-Byrne ASx3-via trade from Arizona
*SP-Matthews-future ace
Closer-Jacquez-ASx9, FYx6- one of the best closers in the game

4. Dover-AL North Champ
Led by their young star CF and SP this veteran group looking for another run.
*CF-Pizzaro ASx4, SSx2, WSx1-one of the best players in the game
2b-Henry ASz2, GGx3, SSx1-FA signing
1b-Ramsasy MVPx3, ASx7, SSx7-one of the best players in the game
*SS-Pescado-rising defensive whiz
*1b-Manship-FA signing
3b-Duran-provides more power
*SP-Guzman-CYx3, ASx3, WSx1-one of the best pitchers in the game

5.Oklahoma City-AL West Champ
Led by their starting pitching and powerful LF looking to win another AL West title
 *LF-Aybar-MVPx1, ASx4, SSx2, WSx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Sandoval-rising young player
*3b-Cabrera-ASx1
*SP-Fried-young future ace
*SP-Lecuona-rising pitcher
SP-Gabriel-ASx3

6. Richmond-AL South Champ
This veteran group is led by their offense
C-Maradona ASx2, SSx1, WSx1
SS-Mota ASx3, SSx2, GGx1
1b-Jensen-veteran hitter
LF-Jensen-MVPx1, ASx6, SSx5, WSx1
3b-Santiago-MVPx3, ASx10, SSx11, GGx2-one of the best players in the game
SP-Carey-ASx2

7. Tampa-AL Runner Up
Young team with strong bullpen looking to take over the AL South after their run to the ALCS
*SS-Pierzynski ASx1
*RF-Dewitt-rising rookie of year candidate
*SS-Sanchez-another young piece
*3b-Pence-ASx1
*LF-Tanka ASx1
Closer-Champman ASx2

8. Milwaukee
This good mix of vets and young players looking to make noise again in AL
3b-Coles-ASx6 SSx2
RF-Godfrey ASx2, GGx2 SSx1
*1b-Dunston-rising young power hitter
2b-Crosby-ASx2, SSx1 WSx4
*C-Kane ASx1
*CF-Iglesias GGx1
SP-Bravo ASx1

9. San Antiono
Young improving team looking to make the next jump as a team
*2b-Mitchell-rising rookie of year candidate
*RF-Brush-ASx2
3b-Bolick-ASx3 SSx3
*SP-Sanchez ASx2-one of the best pitchers in the game
*Closer-Ferrer ASx2, FYx1-one of the best closers in the game
*SP-Stewart-young rising pitcher

10. Salem
Led by their starting pitchers and SS
3b-Johnston-solid vet
*SS-Martin ASx3 GGx2
*SP-Kotchman-one of the best pitchers in the game
*SP-Guiterrez-ASx1

11. Columbus
Led by very deep young starting pitching and CF
*CF-Story-ASx1 SSx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Espinosa-rising young player
*SP-Balboa-rising young ace
*SP-Sanchez-another young pitcher
*SP-Cook-rising young ace
*SP-Pascual-best of their young pitchers?

12. Baltimore
Led by their young starting pitchers
*1b-Tomlinson ASx1
*SP-Rios-rising young ace
*SP-Carreon-rising rookie of year candidate

13. Jackson
Led by veteran offense
3B-Molina-MVPx1, ASx1 SSx2- FA signing
DH-Eveland-ASx2

14. Boise
Look to be on a rebuilding project
3b-Sutton WSx1-FA signing

15. Vancouver
Continuing their rebuild with young pitching in ML and AAA
*SP-Holmes-rising rookie of year candidate

16. Rochester
Alot of young pitching in AAA
*LF-Conroy-young leader

Playoff Predictions:
1. Washington
2. Syracuse
3. Oklahoma City
4. Richmond
5. Phildephia
6. Dover

Darkhorses: Tampa, Milwaukee, Columbus, and San Antiono

NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-NL Champ
Veteran team lead by a powerful offense and starting pitching.
*C-Carew-WSx1
1b-Ramirez ASx4 SSx2 WSx1
*RF-Burke ASx1 WSx1
*2b-Barry MVPx3 ASx4 SSx3 WSx1-one of the best players in the game
CF-Bush Wsx1
SP-Willamson CYx1 ASx1 WSx1
SP-Gose ASx1 WSx5
SP-Martin ASx2 WSx1

2. Colorado Springs-Wild Card
This very deep team lead by a powerful offense and deep starting pitching looking to overtake Scottsdale in the West
1b-Hamilton-SSx2 WSx2
3b-Cortez SSx4 ASx1-FA signing
LF-Nathan ASx4 SSx1 Wsx3-FA signing
*CF-Fife ASx1-one of the best players in the game
2b-Herandez ASx5 GGx2
SP-Soto-Cyx1 ASx3
SP-Toca ASx2 GGx2
*SP-Ferandez-rising young pitcher
*Closer-Spencer-rising young closer

3. Pittsburgh-NL Runner Up
This very deep team offense and pitching staff continues to grow as a group
3b-Maddox ASx1 SSx1
SS-Witasick ASx1 GGx4
*2b-Neugebauer ASx1 SSx1
1b-Howard-Complete Vet hitter
*CF-Rando-young power hitter
*RF-Fernandez-ASx1-one of the best players in the game
*SP-Bonham ASx1
SP-Montana-ASx4

4. St Louis-Wild Card
Led by star RF, C, and closer in a very tough division
*CF-Newfield-good all around CF
*RF-Esposito-rising young player
*C-Houston- ASx3 SSx3
*RF-Hatcher ASx2 SSx5-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Vazquez ASx1
Closer-Ackley-ASx8 FYx5- one of the best closers in the game
*SP-Pinzon-rising rookie of year candidate

5. New Orleans-NL South Champ
Veteran Team led by their offense for one last run
*1b-Moore-SSx1
CF-Brinkley MVPx1 ASx5 SSx6
3b-Jackson ASx4 SSx1 GGx2
*LF-Mateo ASx2 GGx1
SP-Medina WSx3
SP-Kearns CYx1 ASx4 WSx1

6. Cleveland-NL North Champ
Complete team led by their stars in a good division
*SS-Nicholas ASx1 SSx1
LF-Lopez ASx2 SSx2
*SP-Valenzuela ASx2 SSx1
SP-Post-good vet

7. Chicago
Veteran team led by their deep starting pitching
2b-Terry ASx1
*SP-Christansen ASx1-one of the best pitchers in the game
SP-Beneitz-good vet
SP-Holloway ASx1

8.Charlotte
Good mix of vets and good players looking to make a push in the NL South
SS-Hutch MVPx1 ASx6 SSx6-best FA signing ever?
3b-Peguero ASx5 SSx1 GGx1
*CF-Good-rising young player
*RF Murton ASx1 SSx1
LF-Silva ASx4
SS-Coombs-good vet
SP-Gabriel Cyx1 ASx3 GGx2-FA signing
*Closer-Sukamp-rising rookie of year candidate

9.Scranton
Led by their star 1b and closer in a good division
*1b-Stull SSx1-one of the best players in the game
SP-Tillman-CYx1 ASx5 GGx1 WSx4
*Closer-Jacquez ASx1 FYx1-one of the best closers in the game

10. Atlanta
Led by their young outfield
*2b-Ruf-young piece
*3b-Baker-rising player
*RF-Withem-ASx1
*LF-Reyes-rising player
*CF-Wickman ASx2 SSx2

11. Hartford
Led by their powerful offense
*C-Miley-rising power hitter
1b-Hukata-MVPx1 ASx5 SSx4 GGx1 WSx1-one of the best players in the game
*RF-Brinkey-ASx1
*2b-Pearson-young rising player
*3b-Lopez-GGx3

12. Toronto
Veteran team with alot of good pieces to win
*2b-Stull-ASx1
C-Kingland ASx3 SSx3 WSx1
3b-Jaso ASx1 SSx1
*SP-Henriquez ASx1
P-DiMaggio Asx1
Closer-Aoki ASx4 WSx1

13. Arizona
Led by their young players on offense
*LF Campbell ASx2
*LF Chang ASx1
*SS Mori-rising rookie of year candidate
*2b-Mulholland-solid hitter

14. Helena
Led by their young pieces
*LF Conway rising rookie of year candidate
*3b-Ruiz-young piece
*SP-Reyes-rising young pitcher

15. Cincinnati
Continuing their rebuild
*RF Vanguri-solid hitter
SP-Lee ASx5 WSx1-FA signing

16. Pawtucket
Continuing their rebuild
*SP Boctheler-rising rookie of year candidate

Playoff Predictions;
1. Scottsdale
2. Pittsburgh
3. St Louis
4. Cleveland
5. Colorado Springs
6. New Orleans

Darkhorses: Chicago, Charlotte, Toronto

Thursday, May 7, 2015

History of League thru Season 34

10 pts- WS title
5 pts-Pennant
3pts- LCS apperance
2 pts-Divison Title
1 pt-Playoffs
.5 pt-Winning Seasons

AL Rankings

1.Oklahoma City-258 pts
WS-5 (3,4,10,15,26 seasons)
AL-10
ALCS-18
Div-28-5 straight
Playoffs-32-5 straight
Winning Seasons-32-5 straight
100 wins-22
100 loss-1
Owners-3 (32 out of the last 33 yrs)

2. Washington-136.5 pts
WS-4 (13,14,17,34)-1 straight
AL-6-2 straight
ALCS-8-2 straight
Div-10
Playoffs-13-4 straight
Winning Seasons-19-5 straight
100 wins-9
100 loss03
Owners-9 (9 yrs)

3. Rochester-110 pts
WS-2 (2,23)
AL-4
ALCS-10
Div-12
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-20
100 wins-10
100 loss-6
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

4. Dover-100 pts
WS-3 (19,30,32)
AL-3
ALCS-4
Div-12-5 straight
Playoffs-12-5straight
Winning Seasons-22-8 straight
100 wins-6
100 loss-3
Owners-6 (19 yrs)

5. Richmond-97 pts
WS-1 (12)
AL-2
ALCS-3
Div-19-9 straight
Playoffs-19-9 straight
Winning Seasons-22-10 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-1
Owners-8 (16 yrs)

6. Balitmore-91 pts
WS-2 (6,8)
AL-3
ALCS-5
Div-8
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-4
100 loss-6
Owners-8 (5 yrs)

7. Milwaukee-70 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-9
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-4
Owners-2 (24 yrs)

8. Boise-60 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-5
Playoffs-13
Winning Seasons-24
100 wins-6
100 loss-4
Owners-9 (10 yrs)

9. Syracuse-48.5 pts
AL-1
ALCS-3
Div-7
Playoffs-11
Winning Seasons-19-3 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-3
Owners-10 (17 yrs)

10. Columbus-45 pts
ALCS-2
Div-8
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-3
100 loss-7
Owners-3 (32 yrs)

11. Phildelphia-28.5 pts
ALCS-1
Div-3-1 straight
Playoffs-10-4 straight
Winning Seasons-17-7 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-8
Owners-12 (7 yrs)

12. San Antiono-28 pts
Div-7
Playoffs-8
Winning Seasons-12-1 straight
100 loss-10
Owners-7 (5 yrs)

13. Salem-24.5 pts
ALCS-3
Div-1
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-13
100 loss-6
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

14. Tampa-21 pts
ALCS-1-1 straight
Div-4
Playoffs-5-1 straight
Winning Seasons-10-1 straight
100 loss-7
Owners-6 (5 yrs)

15. Jackson-15.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-7
100 loss-3
Owners-12 (5 yrs)

16. Los Angeles-4.5 pts
Playoffs-1
Winning seasons-7
100 loss-9
Owners-7 (4 yrs)

NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-154 pts
WS-3 (18,20, 33)
NL-5-2 straight
NLCS-7-3 straight
Div-20-4 straight
Playoffs-23-8 straight
Winning Seasons-30-10 straight
100 wins-6
Owners-9 (8 yrs)

2. Atlanta-126 pts
WS-1 (5)
NL-6
NLCS-10
Div-14
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-8
100 loss-3
Owners-4 (7 yrs)

3. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS-3 (9,11,22)
NL-4
NLCS-6
Div-11
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owners-3 (3 yrs)

4. Pittsburgh-103.5 pts
WS-2 (7,16)
NL-3
NLCS-6-2 straight
Div-12-4 straight
Playoffs-17-4 straight
Winning Seasons-19-4 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (5 yrs)

5. Chicago-98.5 pts
WS-2 (21,25)
NL-3
NLCS-7
div-10
Playoffs-12
Winning Seasons-27-4 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (19 yrs)

6. Toronto-95.5 pts
WS-2 (1,24)
NL-4
NLCs-7
Div-9
Playoffs-10
Winning Seasons-13
100 wins-2
100 loss-3
Owners-1

7. Helena-94 pts
WS-4 (27,28,29,31)
NL-4
NLCS-5
Div-4
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-8
100 wins-1
100 loss-8
Owners-18 (new)

8. Charlotte-55.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-10
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

9. Cleveland-51 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-9-2 straight
Playoffs-11-5 straight
Winning seasons-19-8 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-5
Owners-3 (17 yrs)

10. New Orleans-50.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-8-1 straight
Playoffs-13-5 straight
Winning seasons-20-5 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners-2 (6 yrs)

11. Scranton-48 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-6
Playoffs-12
Winning seasons-19-3 straight
100 loss-3
Owners-10 (6 yrs)

12. St Louis-37.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-3
Playoffs-8-3 straight
Winning Seasons-19-4 straight
100 wins-1
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (9 yrs)

13. Colorado Springs-36.5 pts
NLCS-4
Div-4
Playoffs-10-1 straight
Winning Seasons-13-1 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-5
Owners-8 (17 yrs)

14. Arizona-29 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-16
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owners-1

15. Pawtucket-26 pts
NLCS-1
Div-5
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-12
100 wins-3
100 loss-7
Owners-7 (3 yrs)

16. Hartford-25.5 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-6
Winning seasons-15
100 loss-6
Owners-13 (2 yrs0

Friday, April 17, 2015

Best Players by Position in Season 34

Best Players in AL (Avg, hr, rbl, sb, runs ,extra base hits)-
( )-Number of players on each team
Bold-Top Player at Position

C-
Marandona-Richmond (1) 309-15-63
Myers Syracuse (1) 291-39-113
Hecharrva-Baltimore (1) 278-16-67

1b-
Pride-Phildelphia (1) 281-49-108---72
Jensen Richmond (2) 316-32-111-13
Ramsay Dover (1) 302-51-123--125-79
Nathan Washington (1) 301-45-143-16-115
Dunston Milwaukee (1) 279-43-129
Tomlinson Baltimore (2) 264-37-107

2b-
Sequi Washington (2) 295-19-81-18
Pierysnki Tampa (1) 290-29-91-15
Crosby Milwaukee (2) 294-28-62-28-125-69 (200 hits)

SS-
Mercdes Phildelphia (2) 259-31-80-15
Mota Richmond (3) 276-25-88-30-110
Martin Salem (1) 299-11-39-20

3b-
Wallace Phildelphia (3) 311-23-87-18
Santiago Richmond (4) 301-30-113-37-141-70
Bolick San Antonio (1) 284-25-82
Pence Tampa (3) 288-34-112-13

LF-
Price Phildelphia (4) 266-28-87
Jensen Richmond (5) 294-33-111-10
Aybar Oklahoma (1) 312-57-123--100-91
Sanchez Tampa (3) 319-21-83-15
Leon Syracuse (2) 296-36-97

CF-
Pizzaro Dover (2) 262-37-94-22-102-74
Iglesias Milwaukee (3) 295-28-95-18-107
Zimmerman Baltimore (3) 290-21-67-25
Story Columbus (1) 294-33-94---65

RF-
Abercombie Richmond (6) 284-32-99
Tanaka Tampa (4) 274-24-97-35

DH-
Brooks Washington (3) 284-34-109
Willamson Syracuse (3) 293-32-84

SP-
Duran Phildelphia (5) 18-5 2.74 193-155
Pineda Phildelphia (6) 17-9 3.55 220-164
Carey Richmond (7) 17-7 3.06 205-156
Gabriel Richmond (8) 19-6 4.54 210-152
Gallardo Dover (3) 18-9 4.09 229-167
Guzman Dover (4) 12-9 3.37 216-204
Gabriel Oklahoma (2) 15-11 3.62 231-153
Manusco Washington (4) 21-4 3.01 203-195
Sanchez San Antonio (2) 23-8 2.73 273-195
Matthews Syracuse (4) 17-9 3.57 234-152
Gomez Syracuse (5) 17-3 2.94 220-157

Closer
Rodriquez Phildelphia (7) 5-5 43 1.40
Melcancon Washington (5) 2-1 33 2.08
Ferrer San Antonio (3) 1-5 48 2.59
Chapman Tampa (5) 0-4 43 3.27
Jacquez Syracuse (6) 1-6 45 3.09

NL

C-
Carew Scottsdale (1) 284-19-74
Houston St Louis (1) 306-63-151--117-79
Miley Hartford (1) 282-30-99
Kingland Toronto (1) 313-19-77
Leach Santa Fe (1) 329-21-69

1b-
Ramirez Scottsdale (2) 300-40-123
Moore New Orleans (1) 288-29-113--100-78
Hamilton Colorado Springs (1) 270-33-113--102
Stull Scranton (1) 301-42-111-13-103-80
Hukata Hartford (2) 321-66-179-12-133-100 (207 hits)

2b-
Barry Scottsdale (3) 326-50-139-36-144-91
Neubauger Pittsburgh (1) 247-38-107
Vasquez St Louis (2) 264-29-93-27-107

SS-
Hutch Scottsdale (4) 283-23-84-48-133-70
Witasick Pittsburgh (2) 223-39-117-27
Nicholas Cleveland (1) 276-28-102-35-105-72

3b-
Maddox Pittsburgh (3) 304-36-96-23-101-73
Aviles Colorado Springs (2) 312-28-93
Lopez Hartford (3) 301-12-72-31 (206 hits)
Jaso Toronto (2) 310-26-92
Molina Cleveland (2) 290-27-105

LF-
Chavez Scottsdale (5) 296-34-103-11
Mateo New Orleans (2)277-38-113
Chang Arizona (1) 281-22-74-35-106-73
Sliva Santa Fe (2) 284-34-120--100

CF
Bush Scottsdale (6) 287-28-83-14
Rando Pittsburgh (4) 265-23-85-22
Brinkley New Orleans (3) 291-43-134-15-113-76
Fife Colorado Springs (3) 288-21-58-20
Banks Salt lake (1) 279-29-101-27

RF
Burke Scottsdale (7) 276-41-128-11-114-77
Fernandez Pittsburgh (5) 274-15-59-49-102
Gonzales New Orleans (4) 310-20-80-27-110
Hatcher St Louis (3) 280-27-94-35-123-76
Brinkley Hartford (4) 283-33-80-38-129-72
Withem Atlanta (1) 293-21-95-30

SP
Martin Scottsdale (8) 21-7 3.92 199-140
Bonham Pittsburgh (6) 15-9 3.337 208-147
Ohman Pittsburgh (7) 17-8 3.01 218-150
Montana Pittsburgh (8) 16-7 3.02 211-144
Kearns New Orleans (5) 13-7 3.18 178-177
Toca Colorado Springs (4) 17-9 3.74 204-161
Christansen Chicago (1) 13-10 2.65 224-189
Pryce St Louis (4) 16-10 3.80 211-149
Tillman Scranton (2) 16-7 2.68 191-194
Valenzula Cleveland (3) 15-7 3.61 199-135
Nelson Los Angeles (1) 15-8 2.45 180-131

Closer-
Randall Chicago (2) 6-8 37 2.65
Ackley St Louis (5) 6-7 41 2.01
Jacquez Scranton (3) 1-0 43 2.31
Aoki Toronto (3) 3-4 35 3.83
Guerrero Atlanta (2) 3-6 32 2.82











Thursday, April 9, 2015

Power Rankings-Season 34

PreSeason Rankings ( )
All Stars (# of selections)
AL

1. Richmond 92-51 (3)
#2 seed
All Stars; SP-Carey (2), SP-Jenkins (3), C-Marandona (2), 3b-Santiago (10), SS-Mota (2), LF-Abercombie (5)
Very Deep and Complete Team (Co-Favorite in AL with Phily)

2. Phildelphia 95-48 (4)
#1 seed
All Stars: SP-Duran (10), Closer-Rodriquez (5), SS-Mercedes (3), LF-Price (4)
Very Deep Pitching leads this great team (Co-Favorite in AL Richmond)

3. Washington 90-52 (1)
#5 seed
All Stars: SP-Manusco (1), 1b-Nathan (4)
Very good team with pitching depth to make a run in the playoffs

4. Dover 80-62 (2)
#3 seed
All Stars: SP-Gallardo (3), 1b-Ramsay (7), CF-Pizzaro (4)
Veteran Team lead by starting pitching and powerful all stars.

5. Tampa 80-63 (11)
#6 seed
All Stars: Closer-Chapman (2), 2b-Pierynski (1), 3b-Pence (1), DH-Tanaka (1)
Young exciting offense leads this upcoming team which is battling for a wild card spot.

6. San Antiono 80-63 (9)
#6 seed
All Stars: SP-Sanchez (2), Closer-Ferrer (2), P-Scheffer (2), P-Franklin (2)
Upcoming team lead by their young pitching staff which is battling for a wild card spot

7. Oklahoma City 76-66 (5)
#4 seed
All Stars: SP-Gabriel (2), LF-Abyar (4)
Veteran Squad winning another AL West Title

8. Syracuse 77-66 (6)
All Stars: Closer-Jacquez (9), C-Myers (9)
Deep Team looking to make the playoffs after a slow start.

9. Milwaukee 65-78 (7)
All Stars: 2b-Crosby (2)
Young team with improving offense looking to next season

10. Jackson 67-75 (14)
Veteran team looking for pitching for next season

11. Salem 64-78 (13)
Young vets pitching leads the way

12. Boise 62-80 (8)
All Stars; RF- Trevino (2)
Franchise looking to rebuild into a contender

13. Baltimore 56-86 (10)
Young team with pitching looking to next season

14. Columbus 57-86 (12)
All Stars; CF-Story (1)
Another young team with pitching looking to next season

15. Rochester 54-89 (15)
Franchise continuing their rebuilding process

16. Los Angeles 51-91 (16)
Franchise continuing their rebuilding process

NL Rankings
1. Scottsdale 90-52 (1)
#1 seed
All Stars: SP-Martin (2), 1b-Ramirez (4), 2b-Barry (4), SS-Hutch (6), RF-Burke (1)
Led by their very powerful offense which is looking for another deep playoff run

2. Pittsburgh 87-56 (2)
#2 seed
All Stars: SP-Bonham (1), SP-Ohman (3), 3b-Maddox (1), SS-Witasck (1)
Very deep team looking for a World Series apperance

3. Colorado Springs 85-57 (4)
#5 seed
All Stars: CF-Fife (1), 2b-Hernandez (5)
Led by their pitching and all stars.  They capable of a deep playoff run.

4. New Orleans 80-62 (3)
#3/4 seed
All Stars; SP-Kearns (4), CF-Brinkley (5)
Veteran team led by their powerful offense and capable of a playoff run.

5. St Louis 78-65 (6)
#6 seed
All Stars: Closer-Ackley (8), SP-Pryce (2), P-Vallarta (2), C-Houston (3)
Very good team led by their pitching and powerful all star

6. Cleveland 80-62 (7)
#3/4 seed
Veteran team led by their pitching and infield after a slow start with no all stars?

7. Scranton 77-66 (8)
All Stars: Closer-Jacques (1), SP-Tillman (5), SP-Broome (1), LF-Ishikawa (1)
Veteran team led by their and powerful 1b

8. Chicago 77-66 (5)
All-Stars; SP-Christansen (1)
Upcoming team led by their pitching

9. Hartford 69-73 (11)
All Stars: P-Yamanto (1), 1b-Hukata (5), RF-Brinkley (1)
Improving team led by their powerful all stars

10. Atlanta 63-80 (12)
Team led by their strong outfield

11. Santa Fe 64-79 (9)
All Stars; 3b-Peguero (5)
Veteran team led by their powerful offense

12. Salt Lake City 63-79 (15)
Storied team continuing their rebuilding with some young pieces

13. Arizona 60-82 (10)
All Stars: Closer-Webster (1), LF-Chang (1)
Team led by their young lineup

14. Toronto 56-87 (13)
All Stars: Closer-Aoki (4), C-Kingland (3)
Veteran team with some good pieces

15. Cincinnati 56-86 (14)
Continuing to rebulid

16. Pawtucket 49-94 (16)
Continuing to rebuild


Monday, March 2, 2015

Season 34-Quarter Power Rankings

AL Power Rankings
Previous Rank ( )

1. Washington 29-13 (1)
#1 seed
2. Richmond 28-14 (3)
#2 seed
3. Phildelphia 26-16 (4)
#5 seed
4. Dover 23-19 (2)
5. Milwaukee 24-18 (7)
#3 seed
6. Tampa 25-17 (11)
7. Oklahoma City 21-21 (5)
#4 seed
8. Jackson 26-16 (14)
#6 seed
9. Syracuse 20-22 (6)
10. Baltimore 20-22 (10)
11. Boise 20-22 (8)
12. San Antonio 19-23 (9)
13. Salem 15-27 (13)
14. Columbus 17-25 (12)
15. Rochester 12-30 (15)
16. Los Angeles 11-31 (16)

NL Power Rankings

1. Scottsdale 32-10 (1)
#1 seed
2. New Orleans 27-15 (3)
#2 seed
3. Pittsburgh 25-17 (2)
#3/6 seed
4. Hartford 25-17 (11)
#3/6 seed
5. Colorado Springs 25-17 (4)
#5 seed
6. Scranton 23-19 (8)
#4 seed
7. St louis 20-22 (6)
8. Cleveland 20-22 (7)
9. Salt Lake 21-21 (15)
10. Chicago 19-23 (5)
11. Atlanta 17-25 (12)
12. Arizona 18-24 (10)
13. Cincinnati 18-24 (14)
14. Santa Fe 18-24 (9)
15. Pawtucket 16-26 (16)
16. Toronto 12-30 (13)

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Season 34 Preview

AL Power Rankings: Record and Playoffs Finish from last year
Key Players listed for lineup, pitching, and top prospects

1. Washington- 105-57-AL Champ and AL East Champ
LF-Nathan-ASx3, SSx1, WSx2 (trade via Dover)
LF-Olivo-rising
CF-White-AS X3, GGx2
DH-Brooks ASx2
SS-Sutton-vet
3B-Reed-vet
SP-Pendelton-ASx1 (one of the best pitchers)
SP-Manusco-rising
SP-Tatum-ASx1, GGx1, WSx1
Closer-Melcancon AS x2
Prospects; 2b-Mccoy-AAA, Closer-Byrd-AAA,2b-Sequi AAA

2. Dover-110-52-AL Runner Up and AL North Champ
CF-Pizzaro-ASx3, SSx2, WSx2 (one of the best players)
1b-Ramsay-MVPx3, ASx6, SSx6, WSx2 (one of the best players)
SS-Pescado-RY Candidate
2b-Crosby-ASx2, GGx1, WSx2
3b-Duran (trade via CSP)
LF-Below (trade via CSP)
2b-Lind-vet
SP-Guzman-CYx3, ASx3, WSx2 (one of the best pitchers)
SP-Gallardo-ASx2, GGx1 (trade via Wash)
SP-Olmedo-ASx1
Closer-Lui-ASx2
Prospects-RF-Flood AAA

3. Richmond-104-58-AL South Champ
SS-Mota ASx2, GGx1, SSx1
1b-Jensen (FA via Wash)
LF-Martin ASx1, SSx1
LF-Jensen-MVPx1, ASx6, SSx5, WSx1 (FA via Tor)
3b-Santiago-MVPx3, ASx10, SSx10, GGx2 (one of the best players)-future hall famer
CF-Bland-GGx7, ASx2
SP-Carey-ASx1
SP-Gabriel-CYx1, ASx3, GGx2

4. Phildelphia-89-73-Wild Card
SS-Mercedes-ASx2, SSx1
LF-Price-ASx3, GGx1 (one of the best players)
2b-Terry-ASx1, GGx1
3b-Wallace-ASx3
SP-Martin-rising
SP-Winchester-ASx1
SP-Duran-CYx3, ASx9 (trade via Salem)-future hall famer
SP-Pineda-rising
Closer-Rodriquez ASx4
Set-Leach-rising
Prospects: SP-Chang AAA, 2b-Ramirez AAA, SP-corcino AA, CF-Tamura

5. Oklahoma City-94-68-AL West Champ
3b-Purcell-ASx4, SSx3, WSx2
LF-Aybar-ASx3, SSx1, WSx1(one of the best players)
CF-Sandoval-rising
3b-Cabrera-ASx1
2b-Purcell-ASx2, SSx1
SP-Fried-rising
SP-Leucona-ASx1-rising
SP-Gabriel-ASx1
Closer-Reimold-rising

6. Syrcause-93-69-Wild Card
DH-Willamson-ASx3, SSx1
C-Myers-ASx8, SSx5, WSx2 (FA via Dover)
2b-Coles-ASx6, SSx2 (FA via Wash)
3b-Hunter-rising
RF-Bailey-power
LF-Leon-rising
2b-Vasquez-ASx1
CF-Jungman-rising
Closer-Jacquez-ASx8, FYx6
Young SPs-Wacha, Carson, Lightenberg
Prospect: SP-Pinzon AAA

7. Milwaukee-76-86
2b-Crosby-ASx1, WSx4 (FA via SLC)
C-Kane-ASx1
1b-Dunston-RY
3b-Carson-ASx1
1b-Elcano, RF-Hansen-rising
CF-Igelias-GGx1
SP-Nieves-ASx3
SP-Ford-ASx1
SP-Bravo-ASx1
Closer-Cubillan-ASx2, FYx1
Prospect-RF-Sanchez-AAA

8. Boise-80-82
3b-Bolick-ASx5,SSx3 (one of the best players)
1b-Navarro-ASx1
SP-Gomez-ASx2, WSx1
SP-Lee-ASx5, WSx1

9. San Antiono-77-85
LF-Brush-ASx2
3b-Nitching-ASx1, SSx1, GGx1
SP-Sanchez-ASx1-rising
Closer-Ferrer-ASx1
Prospect-2b-Mitchell-AAA

10. Baltimore-61-101
1b-Tomlinson-ASx1-rising
RF-Kuttler
C-Hechavarria-rising
SP-Rios-rising
Prospects: SP-Carreon-AAA, Closer-Cedeno-AA, closer-Ross-AA, SS-Saito-AA

11. Tampa-75-87
SS-Pierynski-rising
SS-Sanchez-rising
3b-Pence-rising
LF-Tanaka-rising
Closer-Champman-ASx1 (FA via Scr)
Closer-Familla-ASx1
Prospects-2b-Bowen AAA, CF-Christian AAA, SP-Alonso AAA, RF-Dewitt AA

12. Columbus 60-102
CF-Story-rising
2b-Espionpa-rising
Young SP-Sanchez and Pasucal-rising
Prospects; AAA-SP-Cook and Balboa, Closer-Tavarez-AAA

13. Salem-70-92
SS-Martin-ASx3, GGx2
3b-Johnston-vet
SP-Gutierrez-ASx1
SP-Kotchman-rising
Prospect:SS-Suzuki AAA

14. Jackson-76-86
2b-Henry-ASx2, GGx3, SSx1
LF-Godfrey ASx2, GGx2, SSx1 (one of the best players)
RF-Cepeda ASx1, WSx4 (FA via SLC)

15. Rochester-64-98
2b-Conroy-rising
C-Vaszquez-rising
SP-Moya-ASx1
Prospects-Closer-Escobar AAA, SP-Carrasequel AA, SP-Fernandez AA, Closer-Velazquez AA

16. Los Angeles-71-91
SP-Nelson-rising
P-Santiago-rising
Prospects-SP-Spagenberg AA, SS-Andino AA, SP-Holmes-AA

NL Rankings:

1. Scottsdale-119-43-World Series Champ and NL West Champ
C-Carew-WSx1-rising
SS-Hutch-MVPx1, ASx5, SSx6, WSx1 (one of the best players)
RF-Burke-WSx1-rising
3b-Barry-MVPx3, Asx3, SSx2, WSx1 (one of the best players)
CF-Bush-WSx1
1b-Ramirez-ASx1
SP-Willamson-CYx1, ASx1, WSx1
SP-Gose-WSx5, ASx1
SP-Martin-ASx1, WSx1
Closer-O'Neill-ASx2, WSx1
Prospects: Closers-Duncan and Harper AAA

2. Pittsburgh-87-75-NL Runner Up and NL East Champ
3b-Maddox-vet
SS-Witasck-GGx3
2b-Neugbaure-ASx1, SSx1
RF-Duensing-ASx2, SSx2, GGx1
1b-Howard-all around hitter
CF-Rando-rising
RF-Fernandez-ASx1 (one of the best players)
SP-Bonham-rising
SP-Montana-ASx4
Prospect-SS Duran AAA

3. New Orleans-91-71-Wild Card
1b-Moore-SSx1
RF-Gonzalez-ASx3, GGx1 (trade via milw)
CF-Brinkley-MVPx1, ASx5, SSx5 (one of the best players)
3b-Jackson-ASx4, GGx2, SSx1
LF-Mateo-ASx2, GGx1
SP-Medina-WSx3 (FA via Dover)
SP-Kearns-CYx1, ASx3, GGx1, WSx1 (trade via TB)
SP-Alexander-CYx2, ASx1

4. Colorado Springs-81-81
CF-Fife-rising
1b-Hamilton-SSx2, WSx2 (trade via Dover)
C-Leary-rising
2b-Hernandez-ASx4, GGx2
3b-Avlves-vet
SP-Soto-CYx1, ASx3
SP-Toca-ASx2, GGx2
Sp-Fernandez-rising
Closer-Latos-ASx1

5, Chicago 85-77-Wild Card
SS-Cortez-ASx1, SSx4
1b-Manship-vet (trade via SF)
LF-Terry-ASx1
SP-Christansen-rising
SP-Beneitz-vet
SP-Hollway-ASx1

6. St Louis-94-68-NL South Champ
CF-Newfield-vet
RF-Espoito-rising
C-Houston-ASx2, Ssx2
RF-Hatcher-ASx2, SSx4 (one fo the best players)
SP-Matthews-rising
Closer-Ackely-ASx7, FYx5

7. Cleveland-85-77-NL North Champ
3b-Molina-MVPx1, ASx1, SSx2
RF-Martinez-vet
SS-Nicholas-ASx1
LF-Lopez-ASx2, SSx2
SP-Valenzula-ASx2
SP-Post-vet
Prospect: 1b-Ruiz AAA

8.Scranton 84-78
1b-Stull SSx1
SP-Tillman-ASx4, WSx4 (FA via OKC)
Closer-Jacquez-rising

9. Santa Fe-81-81
3b-Peguero-ASx4, SSx1
1b-Workman-GGx1, RY
RF-Murton-ASx1
Prospect: Closer-Surkamp AA

10. Arizona 69-93
2b-Veras-vet
LF-Campbell-ASx2
LF-Chang-rising
2b-Mulholland-vet
CF-Romero ASx1, WSx3
SP-Byrne-ASx3
Prospect-SS-Mori AAA

11. Hartford-60-102
LF-Camacho WSx4 (FA via Dover)
RF-Brinkley-rising
1b-Hukata-ASx4, SSx4, WSx1 (FA via Boise)
2b-Pearson-rising
3b-Lopez-GGx3
C-Miley-RY Candidate
Closer-Hatteberg-ASx2, WSx2 (FA via Dover)
Prospects-2b-Unamuno AAA, RF-Pelaez AAA

12. Atlanta-80-82
2b-Ruf-rising
RF-Withem-ASx1
CF-Wickman-ASx2, GGx2
Closer-McRae-ASx2
Prospects-SS-Barker AAA, LF-Reyes AAA

13. Toronto-75-87
2b-Stull-ASx1
C-Kingland-ASx2, SSx3, WSx1
2b-Jaso-ASx1, SSx1
P-DiMaggio-ASx1
Closer-Aoki-Asx3, WSx1
Closer-Henriquez-ASx1-rising

14.Cincinnati 69-93
1b-Vanguri-vet
SP-Brinkley-rising
Prospect-RF-Curtis AAA

15. Salt Lake-61-101
SP-Reyes-RY Candidate
SS-Ruiz-RY Candidate
Propsect-3b-Conway AAA

16. Pawtucket--66-96

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Season 34 Historical Rankings

10 pts=WS title  5 pts=Pennant  3pts=LCS app  2pt=Div Title 1pt=playoffs 1/2pt=winning season

AL

1. Vancouver-254.5 pts
WS-5 (S 3,4,10,15,26)
AL-10
ALCS-18
Div-27 (4 straight)
Playoff-31 (4 straight)
Winning Seasons-31 (4 straight)
100 wins-22
100 loss-1
Owners: 3 (current owner 31 out of last 32 yrs)

2. Washington-117 pts
 WS-3 (13,14,17)
AL-5 (1 straight)
ALCS-7 (1 straight)
Div-10 (3 straight)
Playoffs-12 (3 straight)
Winning Seasons-18 (4 straight)
100 wins-8
100 loss-3
Owners; 9 (8 yrs)

3. Rochester-110 pts
WS-2 (2,23)
AL-4
ALCS-10
Div-12
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-20
100 wins-10
100 loss-5
Owners: 10 (6 yrs)

4. Dover-96.5 pts
WS-3 (19,30,32)
AL-3
ALCS-4 (2 straight)
Div-11 (4 straight)
Playoffs-11 (4 straight)
Winning Seasons-21 (7 straight)
100 wins-6
100 loss-3
Owners-6 (18 yrs)

5. Richmond-93.5 pts
WS-1 (12)
AL-2
ALCS-3
Div-18 (8 straight)
Playoffs-18 (8 straight)
Winning Seasons-21 (9 straight)
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners; 8 (15 yrs)

6. Baltimore-91 pts
WS-2 (6,8)
AL-3
ALCS-5
Div-8
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-4
100 loss-6
Owners: 8 (4 yrs)

7. Milwaukee-70 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-9
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-4
100 loss-0
Owners-2 (23 yrs)

8. Boise-60 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-5
Playoffs-13
Winning Seasons-24
100 wins-6
100 loss-4
Owners-9 (9 yrs)

9. Syracuse-48 pts
AL-1
ALCS-3
Div-7
Playoffs-11 (2 straight)
Winning Seasons-18 (2 straight)
100 wins-3
100 loss-3
Owners: 10 (16 yrs)

10. Columbus-45 pts
ALCS-2
Div-8
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-3
100 loss-6
Owners:3 (31 yrs)

11. San Antonio-27.5 pts
Div-7
Playoffs-8
Winning Seasons-11
100 wins-0
100 loss-10
Owners: 7 (4 yrs)

12. Phildelphia-25 pts
ALCS-1
Div-2
Playoffs-9 (3 straight)
Winning Seasons-16 (6 straight)
100 wins-3
100 loss-8
Owners: 12 (6 yrs)

13. Salem-24.5 pts
ALCS-3
Div-1
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-13
100 wins-0
100 loss-6
Owners: 10 (6 yrs)

14. Tampa-16.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-9
100 wins-0
100 loss-7
Owners: 6 (4 yrs)

15. Jackson-15.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-7
100 wins-0
100 loss-3
Owners-12 (4 yrs)

16. Los Angeles-4.5 pts
Playoffs-1
Winning Seasons-7
100 wins-0
100 loss-8
Owners-7 (3 yrs)

NL:

1. Scottsdale-142.5 pts
WS-3 (18,20,33)-1 straight
NL-4 (1 straight)
NLCS-6 (2 straight)
Div-19 (3 straight)
Playoffs-22 (7 straight)
Winning Seasons-29 (9 straight)
100 wins-5
100 loss-0
Owners-9 (7 yrs)

2. Atlanta-126 pts
WS-1 (5)
NL-6
NLCS-10
Div-14
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-8
100 loss-3
Owners-4 (6 yrs)

3. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS-3 (9,11,22)
NL-4
NLCS-6
Div-11
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners: 3 (2 yrs)

4. Chicago-98 pts
WS-2 (21,25)
NL-3
NLCS-7
DIv-10
Playoffs-12 (1 straight)
Winning Seasons-26 (3 straight)
100 wins-3
100 loss-4
Owners: 9 (18 yrs)

5. Pittsburgh-97 pts
WS-2 (7,16)
NL-3
NLCS-5 (1 straight)
Div-11 (3 straight)
Playoffs-16 (3 straight)
Winning Seasons-18 (3 straight)
100 wins-4
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (4 yrs)

6. Toronto-95.5 pts
WS-2 (1,24)
NL-4
NLCS-7
Div-9
Playoffs-10
Winning Seasons-13
100 wins-2
100 loss-3
Owners-1

7. Salt Lake- 94 pts
WS-4 (27,28,29, 31)
NL-4
NLCS-5
DIv-4
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-8
100 wins-1
100 loss-8
Owners-17 (15 yrs)

8.Santa Fe-55.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-10
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners: 10 (6 yrs)

9. Scranton 47.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-6
Playoffs-12
Winning Seasons-18 (2 straight)
100 wins-0
100 loss-3
Owners-10 (5 yrs)

10. Cleveland-47.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-8 (1 straight)
Playoffs-10 (4 straight)
Winning Seasons-18 (7 straight)
100 wins-2
100 loss-5
Owners-3 (16 yrs)

11. New Orleans-47 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Playoffs-12 (4 straight)
Winning Seasons-14 (4 straight)
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners-2 (5 yrs)

12. St Louis-36 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-3 (1 straight)
Playoffs-7 (2 straight)
Winning Season-18 (3 straight)
100 wins-1
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (8 yrs)

13. Colorado Springs-35 pts
NLCS-4
Div-4
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-12
100 wins-4
100 loss-5
Owners-8 (16 yrs)

14. Arizona-29 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-16
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owners-1

15. Pawtucket-26 pts
NLCS-1
Div-5
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-12
100 wins-3
100 loss-6
Owners-7 (2 yrs)

16. Hartford-25.5 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-6
Winning Seasons-15
100 wins-0
100 loss-6
Owners-13 (new)

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Best Players by position for Season 33

Stats for hitters avg, hr, rbl, runs, sb:
Stats for pitchers; W-L,ip, so, era, sv

AL:

C:
Myers Dover-286-52-113
Kane Milwaukee 288-15-70 (Rookie)
Hechavarria 291-16-56

1b-
Ramsay Dover 313-58-149-124
Dunston Milwaukee 284-33-99 (Rookie)
Tomlinson Baltimore 264-28-96 (Rookie)
Michaels Richmond 281-43-117

2b-
Henry Texas 303-35-114-114

SS-
Coles Washington 272-21-62-101-32
Mota Richmond 288-29-85   23
Martin Salem 295-16-63

3b-
Hunter Syracuse 332 21-98-107
Carson Milwaukee 294-31-88
Wallace Phildelphia 313-25-85-100-22
Santiago Richmond 298-43-133-131-27
Bolick Boise 285-32-87
Johnston Salem 294-40-94

LF-
Nathan Dover 286-40-90-121
Leon Syracuse 293-38-100
Price Phildelphia 285-34-136
Aybar Vancouver 296-42-104
Hukata Boise 292-57-124-107

CF-
Pizzaro Dover 250-38-86-105-31
Story Columbus 304-14-68
White Washington 264-34-99-100-20
Sandvol Vancouver 273-7-55    44

RF-
Bailey Syracuse 265-35-100
Jensen Washington 311-24-85
Abercombie Richmond 310-29-104
Brush Charlotte 296-28-122    24
Godfrey Texas 307-28-85-113-24
Fuentes Vancouver 347-19-86

DH-
Hamilton Dover 287-53-130-104
Willamson Syracuse 287-29-76
Brooks Washington 309-34-99

SP-
Guzman Dover 19-4 218-202-2.06
Olmedo Dover 18-5 203-165-3.59
Wacha Syracuse 11-4 131-101 3.09 (Rookie)
Pendleton Washington 18-3 221-145 2.57
Manusco Washington 17-9 211-185-3.67
Tatum Washington 17-8 206-156 4.02
Winchester Phildelphia 19-6 204-181-2.47
Gabriel Richmond 17-7 219-188 3.82
Jenkins Richmond 16-8 213-168 3.66
Sanchez Charlotte 15-12 244-166 3.53
Tillman Vancouver 13-7 165-191 2.72
Gabriel Vancouver 15-14 229-176 4.36
Cummings Boise 15-10 220-146 3.52
Gomez Boise 11-12 228-191 3.94
Gutierrez Salem 14-9 214-143 3.07

Closer-
Hatteberg Dover 3-7 3.45 42
Jacquez Syracuse 3-2 3.23 43
Melcanon Washington 4-3 3.04 40
Rodriquez Phildelphia 5-3 1.97 38
Ferrer Charlotte 2-5 3.88 39
Perez Vancouver 4-1 2.75 27

NL:

C-
Kingland Toronto 337-27-108
Houston St Louis 269-47-123-103
Leach Santa Fe 326-20-72
Carew Scottsdale 298-16-80

1b-
Stull Scranton 332-41-155-132
Howard Pittsburgh 280-32-107  32
Goya Pawtucket 317-23-104
Moore New Orleans 302-25-99-110
Ramirez Scottsdale 321-51-136-115

2b-
Jaso Toronto 308-20-94
Neugebauer Pittsburgh 266-37-124
Martin Scottsdale 279-39-95

SS-
Nicholas Burlington 268-24-70-118-36
Cortez Chicago 315-43-124-108-22
Peguero Santa Fe 329-35-125-137-41
Hutch Scottsdale 287-32-91-153-57

3b-
Molina Burlington 301-27-90
Maddox Pittsburgh 284-26-100   23
Jackson New Orleans 287-26-71-109-28
Murton Santa Fe 310-29-123-114-24
Barry Scottsdale 318-51-148-142-35
Duran Colorado Springs 286-39-122

LF-
Lopez Burlington 286-47-131-107
Terry Chicago 265-50-108
Jensen Toronto 317-22-101
Mateo New Orleans 290-30-115
Silva Santa Fe 300-30-123
Chavez Scottsdale 300-37-116-110
Chang Arizona 287-23-79-132-37

CF-
Rando Pittsburgh 263-35-93   21
Brinkley Boston 268-30-112-121-25
Newfield St Louis 247-24-72-114-47
Brinkley New Orleans 293-43-122-127-20
James Santa Fe 277-18-78-104-31
Wickman Atlanta 278-9-74-127-61
Bush Scottsdale 292-33-95
Fife Colorado Springs 288-22-62-107-21

RF-
Coles Scranton 286-36-129
Fernandez Pittsburgh 313-17-61-112-45
Hatcher St Louis 299-36-110-106-30
Workman Santa Fe 293-26-103-135 (rookie)
Withem Atlanta 307-25-103   37
Burke Scottsdale 319-48-131-112

SP-
Post Burlington 17-8 210-140 3.84
Holloway Chicago 13-9 197-155 3.56
Beneitz Chicago 15-14 200-170 3.38
Bonham Pittsburgh 13-9 230-186 3.52
Montana Pittsburgh 15-9 230-146 3.59
Burgess New Orleans 16-5 193-138 2,84
Alexander Santa Fe 17-7 218-160 4.24
Willamson Scottsdale 19-1 218-161 2.63
Martin Scottsdale 15-3 178-125 3.13
Villa Scottsdale 15-5 202-157 3.48
Toca Colorado Springs 18-7 202-192 3.15
Byrnes Arizona 11-6 215-158 3.18

Closer-
Henriquez Toronto 0-2 3.57 32
Ackley St Louis 3-9 2.11 48






Playoff Preview-Season 33

Playoff Preview:

AL:

1. Dover 110-52 Avg-4th, HR-1st, Runs-1st, sb-11th, ERA-1st, Fielding-2nd
4th straight division title
Defending WS Champ (won 2 out of the last 3 WS titles)

2. Washington 105-57-Avg-6th, HR-2nd, Runs-3rd, Sb-8th, ERA-3rd, Fielding-4th
3rd straight division title

3. Richmond 104-58-Avg-2nd, HR-4th, Runs-2nd, Sb-5th,ERA-4th, Fielding-1st
8th straight division title

4. Vancouver 94-68-Avg-3rd, HR-10th, Runs-7th, Sb-8th, ERA-2nd, Fielding-13th
4th straight division title

5. Syracuse 93-69-Avg-5th, HR-3rd, Runs-6th, Sb-16th, ERA-6th, Fielding-15th
2nd straight playoff apperance

6. Phildelphia 89-73-Avg-9th, HR-5th, Runs-5th, Sb-7th, ERA-5th, Fielding-16th
3rd straight playoff apperance

3-Richmond vs 6-Phildephia
Richmond with a little better offense and better fielding will be the difference over a very good phily team. Richmond wins in 5.

4-Vancouver vs 5-Syracuse
Syracuse pulls an upset with a young improving team.  Syracuse wins in 4.

1-Dover vs 5-Syracuse
Dover continues their great run against their division rival.  Dover wins in 4.

2-Washington vs 3-Richmond
Washington finally breaks thru with their great pitching depth against a very good Richmond team.  Washington wins in 5.

1-Dover vs 2-Washington
Dover wins in a great series which could go towards Washington with their great pitching but need to go with the champ until proven otherwise. Dover wins in 7

NL:

1. Scottsdale 119-43- Avg-1st, HR-1st, Runs-1st, Sb-2nd, ERA-1st, Fielding-8th
3rd Straight divison title and 7th straight playoff apperance
NL record 119 wins

2. St Louis 94-68-Avg-16th, HR-6th, Runs-14th, Sb-5th, ERA-2nd, Fielding-5th
3rd straight playoff apperance and lst division title since season 13

3. Pittsburgh 87-75-Avg-13th, HR-3rd, Runs-7th, Sb-1st, ERA-7th, Fielding-11th
3rd straight division title

4. Burlington 85-77-Avg-9th, HR-5th, Runs-11th, Sb-16th, ERA-4th, Fielding-9th
4th straight playoff apperance and 1st division title since season 32

5. New Orleans 91-71-Avg-8th, HR-9th, Runs-12th, Sb-11th, ERA-3rd, Fielding-1st
4th straight playoff apperance
Defending NL Champ

6. Chicago 85-77-Avg-11th, HR-4th, Runs-13th, Sb-13th, ERA-5th, Fielding-3rd
1st playoff apperance since season 25

3-Pittsburgh vs 6-Chicago
Very even series against two improving team.  Chicago wins in 5 because of veteran acquired during the season.

4-Burlington vs 5-New Orleans
Another even series against two playoff tested teams.  New Orelans wins in 5 which could either way.

1-Scottsdale vs 5-New Orleans
Scottsdale is trying to finish one of the great seasons in league history.  Scottsdale wins in 4.

2-St Louis vs 6-Chicago
This is a even series but St Louis wins in 5 due to the home field and closer ackley.

1-Scottsdale vs 2-St Louis
Scottsdale is the more complete team but St Louis is on the upswing. Scottsdale wins in 6.

World Series
1-Dover vs 1-Scottsdale
One of the greatest World Series matchups in league history.  Scottsdale trying to break thru with a title with this great group but Dover wins their 3rd title in 4 years,  Dover wins in 7.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

All Star Power Rankings-Season 33

AL Power Rankings:  Previous Ranking ( ),  All Stars listed with all star selections

1. Dover 55-36 (2)
#3 seed
All Stars: (4)-SP-Guzman (3x), C-Myers (8x), 1b-Ramsasy (6x), CF-Pizzaro (3x)

2. Richmond 56-35 (1)
#2 seed
All Stars: (3)-Sp-Jenkins (2x), 3b-Santiago (8x), SS-Mota (2x)

3. Washington 59-32 (3)
#1 seed
All Stars: (5)-P-Melcanon (2x), Sp-Pendleton (1x), 2b-Coles (6x), CF-White (3x), DH-Brooks (2x)

4. Vancouver 51-40 (5)
#4 seed
All Stars; (1)-P-Lecuona (1x)

5. Phildelphia 51-40 (9)
#5 seed
All Stars: (4)-Closer-Rodriquez (4x), Sp-Winchester (1x), 3b-Wallace (3x), LF-Price (3x)

6. Syracuse 46-45 (7)
All Stars; (1)-Closer-Jacquez (8x)

7. Texas 49-42 (6)
#6 seed
All Stars:(3)- Closer-Piper (1x), 2b-Henry (2x), RF-Godfrey (2x)

8. Boise 49-42 (8)
#6 Seed
All Stars:(2)- P-Cummings (1x), LF-Hukata (4x)

9. Milwaukee 43-48 (4)
All Stars;(1) C-Kane (1x)

10. Salem 42-49 (11)
All Stars: (2)- SP-Gutierrez (1x), SS-Martin (3x)

11. Columbus 37-54 (10)

12. Tampa 40-51 (15)

13. Baltimore 41-50 (16)
All Stars: (1)-1b-Tomlinson (1x)

14. Charlotte 41-50 (14)
All Stars: (2)-SP-Sanchez (1x), RF-Brush (2x)

15. Los Angeles 38-53 (12)

16. Rochester 39-52 (13)

NL Power Rankings

1. Scottsdale 67-24 (1)
#1 seed
All Stars: (7)-SP-Willamson (1x), SP-Martin (1x), SP-Terrero (5x), 1b-Ramirez (3x), 3b-Barry (3x),  SS-Hutch (5x), LF-Chavez (1x)

2. New Orelans 53-38 (5)
#5/6 seed
All Stars: (4)-SP-Melo (8x), SP-Burgess (1x), 3b-Jackson (4x), CF-Brinkley (4x)

3. Santa Fe 54-37 (4)
#2 seed
All Stars: (4)-C-Leach (3x), 2b-Peguero (4x), LF-Silva (4x), RF-Murton (1x)

4. Pittsburgh 47-44 (2)
#3/4 seed
All Stars: (1)-SP-Montana (4x)

5. St Louis 53-38 (2)
#5/6 seed
All Stars; (2)-Closer-Ackley (7x), P-Ortiz (1x)

6. Chicago 47-44 (6)
#4 seed

7. Burlington 47-44 (9)
#4 seed
All Stars: (1)-2b-Nicholas (1x)

8. Scranton 46-45 (3)
All Stars: (1)-SS-Willams (1x)

9. Colorado Springs 42-49 (10)
All Stars: (1)-SP-Toca (2x)

10. Atlanta 46-45 (12)
All Stars: (4)-Closer-McRae (2x), SP-Guerrero (1x), CF- Wickman (2x), RF-Withem (1x)

11. Toronto 41-50 (7)
All Stars: (2)-C-Kingland (2x), Closer-Henriquez (1x)

12. Cincinnati 41-50 (13)

13. Arizona 36-55 (15)
All Stars; (1)-1b-Campbell (2x)

14. Pawtukcet 41-50 (11)
All Stars: (2)-Closer-Jackson (1x), P-Cruz (2x)

15. Salt Lake 30-61 (14)

16. Boston 28-63 (16)

Monday, December 1, 2014

Quarterly Power Rankings

AL: Previous Rankings (  ) Players listed added since the start of the season

1. Richmond 31-16 (4)
2nd Seed
2. Dover 30-17 (1)
3rd seed
3. Washington 32-15 (2)
1st seed
4. Milwaukee 27-20 (5)
6th seed
5. Vancouver 26-21 (3)
4th seed
6. Texas 30-18 (15)
5th seed
Biggest Suprise
7. Syracuse 25-23 (7)
8. Boise 26-22 (8)
1b-Grimsley (via Atlanta)
9. Phildelphis 22-26 (6)
10. Columbus 19-29 (9)
11. Salem 18-30 (12)
12. Los Angeles 18-29 (16)
13. Rochester 23-25 (14)
14. Charlotte 17-31 (10)
15. Tampa 18-29 (11)
16. Baltimore 18-29 (13)

NL:

1. Scottsdale 35-13 (1)
1st Seed
2. Pittsburgh 28-20 (3)
4th Seed
1b-Duensing (via Roch)-All Star power
1b-Howard (via Van)-All Star power
3. Scranton 29-18 (8)
3rd Seed
4. Santa Fe 30-17 (13)
2nd Seed
Biggest Suprise
5. New Orleans 26-22 (2)
6. Chicago 27-21 (9)
6th Seed
SS-Cortez (via Chi)-All Star power
7. Toronto 25-23 (6)
8. St Louis 28-20 (4)
5th seed
9. Burlington 25-23 (5)
10. Colorado Springs 19-28 (7)
SP-Toca (via Roch)-All star ace
11. Pawtucket 25-23 (16)
12. Atlanta 23-24 (12)
13. Cincinnati 19-28 (15)
SP-Medina (via SLC)-WS pitcher
14. Salt Lake 18-29 (10)
15. Arizona 17-31 (11)
16. Boston 7-40 (14)

Monday, November 10, 2014

Preseason Rankings-Season 33

AL Power Rankings: (last year's finish)
Best Players listed with awards

1. Dover: WS Champ and AL North Champ
Best Team with a powerful offense and a very good pitching
CF-Pizzaro-AS x2 (one of the best players in the game)
1b-Hamilton-SS
RF-Purcell-AS x5, SS x2
C-Myers-AS x7, SS x4
1b-Ramsay MVP x2, AS x5, SSx5 (one of the best players in the game)
SS-Camacho WS rings x4
LF-Nathan-AS x3, SS
2b-Crosby-AS x2, GG
SP-Guzman-CY x2, AS x2 (one of the best pitchers in the game)
SP-Gose WS rings x4, AS
Closer-Lui-AS x2

2. Washington-AL East Champ
Young and Dangerous Team with playoff experience and deep pitching
LF-Olivo-rising young player
CF-White-AS x2, SSx2
SS-Coles-ASx5, SSx2 (one of the best players in the game)
1b-Jensen-vet hitter
DH-Brooks-AS
SP-Manusco-rising pitching ace
SP-Gallardo-ASx2,GG
SP-Tatum-AS,GG
SP-Pendelton-rising pitching ace
Closer-Melancon-AS

3. Vancouver-AL Runner Up and AL West Champ
Deep Veteran Team with Top level starting pitching
2b-Purcell-ASx7, SS
LF-Abyar-ASx3, SS
SS-Sandoval-RY candidate
1b-Howard-very good power hitter
SP-Gabriel-AS
SP-Tillman, ASx4, WS ringsx4
SP-DeRojas-CYx9, ASx13, GG (future hall famer)
Closer-Reimold-young closer

4. Richmond-AL South Champ
Very good veteran team with some top end talent in an improving division
3b-Santiago-MVPx3, ASx8,SSx9, GGx2 (one of the best players in the game)
LF-Martin-AS, SS
SS-Mota-AS
SP-Gabriel-CY, ASx3, GG (one of the best pitchers in the game)
SP-Carey-AS

5. Milwaukee
Young improving team with deep starting pitching
RF-Gonazales ASx3, GG
3b-Carson-AS
DH-Eveland-ASx2
LF-Elcano-young rising player
CF-Igelsias-GG
SP-Nieves ASx3 (one of the best pitchers in the game)
SP-Bravo AS
SP-Ford AS
Closer-Cubillan ASx2, FY (one of the best closers)

6. Phildelphia-Wild Card
Pitching led team with some good offensive pieces
SS-Merceded-ASx2, SS
LF-Price-ASx2, GG (one of the best players in the game)
2b-Terry-AS, GG
3b-Wallace-AS
SP-Martin-young rising pitcher
SP-Winchester-ace of the staff
SP-Pineda-young rising pitcher
Closer-Rodriquez-ASx3 (one of the best closers)

7. Syrcause-Wild Card
Young team coming from an unexcepted playoff berth
DH/C-Willamson-ASx3, SS
RF-Leon-rookie of year
CF-Jungmann-young rising player
3b-Bailey-great power
2b-Vazquez-AS
LF-Terry-AS
SP-Ligthenberg-young rising pitcher
Closer-Jacquez-ASx7, FYx5 (one of the best closers)

8. Boise
Good Top level talent led by pitching staff
LF-Hukata-ASx3, SSx2
SS-Bolick-ASx5, SSx3 (one of the best players in the game)
SP-Lee-ASx5
SP-Gomez-ASx2

9. Columbus
Young rising team with the following young talent
CF-Story
2b-Espionzia
SP-Sanchez and Pascual

10. Charlotte
Another young rising with the following young talent
RF-Padilla GG
2b-Brush AS
CF-Bonilla
SP-Sanchez
Closer-Ferrer AS

11. Tampa
Young team which added some Vet pitchers in FA
LF-Tanka-RY candidate
2b-Cairo-young talent
3b-Barden-vet
SP-Kearns-ASx3, CY, GG
SP-Gardner-ASx2

12. Salem
Veteran team led by their pitching
1b-Sanders-AS
3b-Johnston-solid vet
SS-Martin-ASx2, GGx2
SP-Kotchman-rising young pitcher
SP-Duran-CYx3, ASx9 (future hall famer)

13. Baltimore
Young improving team with the following talent
1b-Tomlinson-RY candidate
RF-Kuttler
CF-Zimmerman
SP-Rios-RY candidate

14. Rochester
Rebuilding team with some good vets
1b-Duesning-ASx2, GG, SS
SP-Toca-AS, GG
SP-Moya-AS

15. Texas
Rebuidling team with some good vets
2b-Henry-AS, GGx3
OF-Godfrey-AS, GGx2

16. Los Angeles
Owner improving the depth of the team

NL Rankings:

1. Scottsdale-NL West Champs and NL Runner Up
Very good veteran team with a good offense and pitching
SS-Hutch MVP, ASx4, SSx5 (one of the best players in the game)
2b-Barry-MVPx2, ASx2, SS (one of the best players in the game)
C-Carew-young rising player
CF-Bush-all around CF
1b-Ramirez-ASx2, SSx2
SP-Villa ASx5
SP-Martin-good vet

2. New Orleans-NL Champ and NL South Champ
Very good team lead by offense and cy young pitcher
CF-Brinkley-MVP, ASx3, SSx4 (one of the best players in the game)
2b-Arias-SS
1b-Moore-SS
3b-Jackson-ASx3, GGx2, SS
LF-Mateo-ASx2, GG
SP-Melo-ASx7
SP-Alexander-CYx2, AS (one of the best pitchers in the game)

3. Pittsburhg-NL East Champ
Young improving team with playoff experience
3b-Maddox-solid
SS-Witasck-GGx2
2b-Neubauger-AS, SS
SS-Rando-young rising player
RF-Fernandez-AS
SP-Bonham-rising young ace
SP-Montana-ASx3

4. St Louis-Wild Card
Young improving team with playoff experience and looking for a breakthrough
CF-Newfiled-solid
RF-Esposito-RY candidate
C-Houston-ASx2, SSx2
RF-Hatcher-ASx2, SSx3 (one of the best players in the game)
SP-Matthews-rising young ace
Closer-Ackley-ASx7, FYx4 (best closer in NL)

5. Burlington-Wild Card
Good nucleus with playoff experience
3b-Molina-MVP, AS, SSx2
SS-Nicholas-good solid
LF-Lopez-ASx2, SSx2
SP-Valenzula-ASx2
SP-Post-solid pitcher

6. Toronto
Veteran team looking for another run
2b-Stull AS
C-Kingland-AS, SSx2
2b-Jaso-AS, SS
LF-Jensen, MVP, ASx6, SSx5
SP-Henriquez-young rising ace
P-DiMaggio-AS
Closer-Aoki-ASx3 (one of the best in the game)

7. Colorado Springs
Young team looking for a playoff push
RF-Aviles
CF-Fife-young rising player
CF-Hernandez-ASx4, GG
SP-Soto CY, ASx3
SP-Fernandez-young rising pitcher

8. Scranton- NL North Champ
Solid veteran team lead by offense
1b-Stull-young power hitter
RF-Coles-AS
2b-Tehrean-AS, SSx2
Closer-Jacquez-young closer

9. Chicago
Young rising team with the following talent
SS-Sanchez
SS-Martin
SP-Christiansen
SP-Holloway-AS

10. Salt Lake
Former Dynasty looking for last run with vets
RF-Cepeda-WSx4, AS
1b-Sanez-WSx3, ASx4, SSx3, GG
3b-Wingo-WSx4, Ss
2b-Crosby-WSx4, AS
Sp-Medina-WSx3

11. Arizona
Team with alot of young talent looking to put it together
2b-Veras
2b-Muholland
LF-Campbell-Rookie of year, AS
LF-Chang
SP-Byrne-ASx3

12. Atlanta
Rebuilding Team lead by a young outfield
CF-Wickman-AS
LF-Ruf
RF-Withem

13. Santa Fe
Rebuilding team lead by a veteran offense
SS-Peguero-ASx3
LF-Silva ASx3
1b-Manship

14. Boston
New owner lead by some good power bats
SS-Cortez AS, SSx4
CF-Brinkley-young rising star
RF-Cabera-AS

15. Cincinnati
New owner starting a rebuild
SP-Alvarez-young rising pitcher
SS-Hunter-young rising player

16. Pawtucket
New owner will a rebuilding team

Thursday, October 30, 2014

History of Morgan thru Season 32

Power Rankings:

10 pts-WS title 5pts-AL/NL Pennant 3pts-LCS apps 2pt-Div title 1pt-Playoffs 1/2 pt-Winning Seasons

NL:

1. Atlanta-126 pts
WS-1
NL-6-Most in NL
NLCS-10-Most in NL
Div-14
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-8-Most in NL
100 loss-3
Owners; 4 (last 5 yrs)

2. Scottsdale-121 pts
WS-2
NL-3
NLCS-5 (1 straight)
Div-18-Most in NL (2 straight)
Playoffs-21-Most in NL (6 straight)
Winning Seasons-28-Most in NL (8 straight)
100 wins: 4
100 loss-0
Owners-9 (6 yrs0

3. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS-3
NL-4
NLCS-6
Div-11
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners; 3 (new)

4. Chicago 96.5 pts
WS-2
NL-3
NLCS-7
Div-10
Playoffs-11
Winning Seasons-19 (2 straight)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 4
Owners; 9 (17 yrs)

5. Toronto 95.5 pts
WS-2
NL-4
NLCS-7
Div-9
Playoffs-10
Winning seasons-13
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 3
Owners: 1

6. Salt Lake- 94 pts
WS-4-Most in NL
NL-4
NLCS-5
Div-4
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-8
100 wins-1
100 loss-7 Most in NL
Owners: 17 (14 yrs)

7. Pittsburgh-80.5 pts
WS-1
NL-3
NLCS-4
Div-10 (2 straight)
Playoffs-15 (2 straight)
Winning Seasons-17 (2 straight)
100 wins: 4
100 loss: 4
Owners: 8 (3 yrs)

8. Santa Fe-55.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-10
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins; 2
100 loss: 1
Owners: 10 (5 yrs)

9. Scranton-47 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-6 (1 straight)
Playoffs-12 (1 straight)
Winning Seasons-17 (1 straight)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 3
Owners: 10 (4 yrs)

10. New Orleans-45.5 pts
NL-1 (1 straight)
NLCS-3 (1 straight)
Div:7 (3 straight)
Playoffs;11 (3 straight)
Winning Seasons-13 (3 straight)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 1
Owners: 2 (4 yrs)

11. Burlington-44 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-7
Playoffs-9 (3 straight)
Winning seasons-17 (6 straight)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 5
Owners; 3 (15 yrs)

12. Colorado Springs-35 pts
NLCS-4
Div-4
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-12 (1 straight)
100 wins: 4
100 loss; 5
Owners; 8 (15 yrs)

13. St Louis- 32.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-2
 Playoffs-6 (2 straight)
Winning Seasons-17 (2 straight)
100 wins: 1
100 loss: 4
Owners: 8 (7 yrs)

14. Arizona-29 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons: 16 (1 straight)
100 wins: 2
100 loss: 2
 Owners: 1

15. Pawtucket-26 pts
NLCS-1
Div-5
Playoffs-7
Winning seasons-12
100 wins; 3
 100 loss: 6
 Owners: 7 (new)

16. Boston-25.5 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-6
Winning Seasons-15
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 5
owners; 12 (new)

AL Rankings

1. Vancouver-251 pts
WS-5-Most in AL
AL-10-Most in AL
ALCS-18-Most in AL (2 straight)
Div-26-Most in AL (3 straight)
Playoffs-30-Most in AL (3 straight)
Winning seasons-30-Most in AL (3 straight)
100 wins: 22-Most in AL
100 loss: 1
Owners: 3 (30 out of last 31 yrs)

2. Rochester-120 pts
WS-3
AL-4
ALCS-10
Div-12
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-20 (1 straight)
100 wins: 10
100 loss: 5
 Owners: 10 (5 yrs)

3. Washington-105.5 pts
WS-3
AL-4
ALCS-6
Div-9 (2 straight)
Playoffs-11 (2 straight)
Winning seasons-17 (3 straight)
100 wins: 7
100 loss-3
Owners: 9 (7 yrs)

4. Baltimore-91 pts
WS-2
AL-3
ALCS-5
Div-8
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins: 4
100 loss: 5
Owners: 8 (3 yrs)

5. Dover-90 pts
WS: 3 (1 straight)
AL: 3 (1 straight)
ALCS: 3 (1 straight)
Div: 10 (3 straight)
Playoffs-10 (3 straight)
Winning Seasons-20 (6 straight)
100 wins: 5
100 loss: 3
Owners; 6 (17 yrs)

6. Richmond-90 pts
WS-1
AL-2
ALCS-3
Div-17 (7 straight)
Playoffs-17 (7 straight)
Winning Seasons-20 (8 straight)
100 wins: 1
100 loss: 1
owners:8 (14 yrs)

7. Milwaukee-70 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-9
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-22 (2 straight)
100 wins; 4
100 loss: 0
Owners: 2 (22 yrs)

8. Boise-60 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-5
Playoffs-13
Winning seasons-24 (8 straight)
100 wins;6
100 loss;4
Owners: 9 (8 yrs)

9. Syracuse 46.5 pts
AL-1
ALCS-3
Div-7
Playoffs-10 (1 straight)
Winning Seasons-17 (1 straight)
100 wins-3
100 loss-3
Owners: 10 (15 yrs)

10. Columbus-45 pts
ALCS-2
Div-8
Playoffs-14
 Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-3
100 loss-5
Owners; 3 (30 yrs)

11. Charlotte-27.5 pts
Div-7
Playoffs-8
Winning seasons-11
100 wins-0
100 loss-10-Most in AL
Owners:7 (3 yrs)

12. Salem-24.5 pts
ALCS-3
Div-1
 Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-13 (4 straight)
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 6
Owners; 10 (5 yrs)

13. Phildelphia-23.5 pts
ALCS-1
Div-2
 Playoffs-8 (2 straight)
Winning Seasons-13 (5 straight)
100 wins: 3
100 loss: 8
Owners: 12 (5 yrs)

14. Tampa-16.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-9
100 wins; 0
100 loss:7
Owners; 6 (3 yrs)

15. Texas-15.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-7
100 wins-0
100 loss-3
 Owners: 12 (3 yrs)

16. Los Angeles-4.5 pts
Playoff-1
Winning Seasons-7
100 wins: 0
100 loss: 8
Owners: 7 (2 yrs)

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Player Award Watch

AL Player Award Watch:

1. Dover
C-Myers 278 avg 24 hrs 77 rbl
1b-Ramsay 349 avg 53-136 (mvp candidate)
Cf-Pizzaro 315 28-112 (mvp candidate)
RF-Purcell 319 35-88
DH-Hamilton 292 42-110
SP-Guzman 20-4 2.42 era 197 ip (CY Young candidate)
SP-Gardner 18-5 2.81 164
Closer-Hatterberg 43 sv (Fireman candidate)
SS-Xavier (Rookie of Year candidate)

2. Washington
SS-Coles 272 12-54
RF-Jensen 292 20-67-22 sb
DH-Brooks 312 35-109
SP-Pendelton 17-4 3.10 191 (CY Young Candidate)
SP-Tatum 14-8 3.05 180
Closer-Melcancon 33 sv

3. Vancouver
1b-Howard 283 33-101
LF-Hukata 280 50-132
CF-Bolick 335 37-110 (MVP candidate)
SP-DeRojas 14-6 3.76 184

4. Richmond
3b-Santiago 303-38-123-32 (MVP candidate)
SP-Gabriel 15-5 2.94 200 (CY young candidate)
SP-Carey 15-5 2.61 175

5. Boise
1b-Aybar 275 50-106 (MVP candidate)
SP-Lee 14-11 3.17 232
SP-Gomez 13-11 3.65 214

6. Milwaukee
SS-Ortiz 270 14-63
DH-Eveland 281 32-103
SP-Nieves 14-9 3.00 201
Closer-Cubillan 30 sv

7. Syracuse
LF-Leon 317 21-77 (Rookie of Year Candidate)
RF-Terry 270 34-82
Closer-Jacquez 44 sv (Fireman Candidate
SP-Ligetnberg (Rookie of Year Candidate)

8. Phildelphia
C-Sutton 347 13-54
3b-Wallace 271 19-69
LF-Price 287 25-100
Closer-Rodriquez 33 sv

9. Rochester
1b-Duensing 289 38-111
Closer-Outman 34 sv

10. Tampa
3b-Barden 309 22-94-23
Closer-Familla 34 sv

11. Salem
SP-Duran 11-5 2.93 169

12. Columbus
CF-Story 316 16-46
Closer-Mayne 34 sv

13. Texas
2b-Godfrey 312 21-79-29

14. Charlotte
2b-Brush 264 33-87-20
Closer-Ferrer 33 sv (Rookie of Year candidate)

15. Baltimore
C-Hecharriva (Rookie of Year candidate)

16. Los Angeles
None

NL Award Watch

1. Scottsdale
C-Carew 273 16-72 (Rookie of Year Candidate)
1b-Ramirez 340 35-101
2b-Barry 319 52-140-33 (MVP candidate)
SS-Hutch 324 26-97-58 (MVP Canidate)
CF-Bush 261 28-80
SP-Villa 16-5 3.49 191 (CY Young Candidate)
SP-Terrero 14-4 3.33 165

2. New Orleans
1b-Moore 305 38-105
3b-Jackson 312 19-61-25
LF-Mateo 299 38-122
CF-Brinkley 293 52-119-21 (MVP candidate)
SP-Alexander 16-7 3.53 211 (CY young candidate)
SP-Melo 16-5 3.36 192 (CY Young candidate)
Closer-Lui 32 sv

3. Pittsburgh
2b-Neubauger 300 36-113 (MVP candidate)
RF-Fernandez 2901 19-54-45
SP-Montana 13-10 3.53 219
Closer-Unanamo 25 sv

4. Scranton
C-Aramas 283 28-81
1b-Stull 291 33-92-21
2b-Teheraan 283 26-73-27
RF-Coles 295 40-127 (MVP Candidate)

5. Burlington
2b-Nicholas 283 24-73-35
3b-Molina 292 28-87
LF-Lopez 284 39-99
SP-Valenzula 11-7 2.60 180

6. St Louis
C-Houston 279 41-101
RF-Hatcher 309 28-78-24
SP-Matthews 12-5 3.30 173
Closer-Ackley 41 sv (fireman of the year)

7. Chicago
1b-Molina 297 20-73

8. Colorado Springs
RF-Aviles 298 35-89
SP-Soto 11-6 3.51 161

9. Salt Lake
2b-Crosby 280 20-69-24
ss-Wingo 299 23-77

10. Huntington
SS-Cortez 316 54-172 (MVP Candidate)
RF-Cabera 308 26-68-36
LF-Brinkley (Rookie of Year Candidate)

11. Toronto
C-Kingland 300 26-87
LF-Jensen 334 31-80
Closer-Aoki 37 sv

12. Jacksonville
C-Willamson 335 27-90

13. Arizona
3b-Mulholland 304 28-98
LF-Chang 281 20-71-28 (Rookie of Year Candidate)
1b-Campbell (Rookie of Year Candidate)

14. Atlanta
RF-Withem 263 26-91-45
Closer-McRae 24 sv

15. Santa Fe
SS-Peguro 348 28-96-36

16. Toledo
RF-Duran 288 20-83-35
1b-Pritchett (Rookie of Year candidate)

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Power Rankings-120 games

AL Power Rankings:  Previous Rankings ( )  PreSeason: P

1. Dover 87-36 (1) P-3
#1 seed
Best Record since last poll: 30-12

2. Vancouver 71-52 (2) P-2
#3 seed

3. Richmond 71-53 (4) P-5
#4 seed

4. Washington 75-49 (3) P-4
#2 seed

5. Milwaukee 65-58 (5) P-1
#6 seed

6. Phildelphia 64-60 (6) P-6

7. Syracuse 65-59 (11) P-11

8. Boise 68-56 (10) P-7
#5 seed

9. Tampa 65-58 (8) P-15
#6 seed

10. Rochester 65-59 (7) P-12

11. Salem 61-63 (13) P-8

12. Columbus 58-65 (9) P-10

13. Texas 52-72 (12) P-9

14. Charlotte 53-70 (14) P-13

15. Baltimore 45-78 (15) P-14
Worst Record since last poll: 12-31

16. Los Angeles 40-83 (16) P-16

Best Division: AL North
Biggest Suprise: Tampa
Biggest Disappointment:Texas
Favorite: Dover
Biggest Question: 2 Wild Card Teams?

NL Power Rankings:

1. Scottsdale 79-45 (1) P-1
#1 seed

2. New Olreans 71-53 (2) P-3
#2 seed

3. Burlington 67-56 (3) P-2
#3/6 seed

4. St Louis 68-55 (6) P-6
#5 seed

5. Scranton 67-56 (7) P-11
#3/6 seed

6. Pittsburgh 67-57 (5) P-4
#4 seed

7. Salt Lake 60-63 (11) P-9

8. Colorado Springs 57-66 (4) P-11

9. Toronto 59-65 (8) P-8

10. Huntington 62-62 (13) P-13

11. Chicago 58-65 (10) P-7

12. Jacksonville 61-62 (14) P-10
Best Record since last poll: 27-16

13. Arizona 51-73 (9) P-5

14. Atlanta 51-72 (12) P-14

15. Santa Fe 51-73 (15) P-15

16. Toledo 42-82 (16) P-16
Worst Record since last poll: 14-29

Best Division: NL North
Biggest Suprise: Scranton
Biggest Disappointment: Arizona
Favorite: Scottsdale
Biggest Question: All 6 Playoffs Secured?