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Season 1872 wrap-up

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Posted 11-07-2016 at 05:50 AM by TheEquinox
Updated 11-07-2016 at 05:51 AM by TheEquinox (moved to proper blog categories)

Another season is in the books. Surprisingly, this season had 50 games instead of 30. I didn't see that coming, but after all, my last 'mid-season' post was a bit too early I guess.

Whatever, lets have a look at the regular season results first:

Once again, we managed to end the season with a positive W/L ratio, but we didn't really stand a chance against Chicago this time. This is mostly due to an injury of Levi Meyerle who missed about 10 games, which really hurt out performance.

In the American League, the Canaries were leading for quite a while, but fell apart towards the end and narrowly missed last season's playoff rematch by being intercepted by St.Louis.

Despite his injury, Levi had a fantastic season as the next screenshot proves:

I really wonder where he'd have ended up without that injury. Well, maybe we'll get to see next year!

The playoff series turned into a demonstration of superiority:

Chicago managed to clinch the first title for the National League without any difficulty. Their LF, Charly Pabor, who had played an average regular season at most, picked up MVP honors.

Looking back at the season, it was an unspectacular year for Boston. Levi won the batter crown again, but other than that, there were no really outstanding performances.

A ray of hope comes from the Great Glove award ceremony this year:

Levi wasn't able to defend his title, due to his injury, but with 1B Joe Start, RF George Bechtel and 2B Santiago Uribe, three of our players picked up the title for their defensive efforts. That's certainly some good news which gives a little hope for the new season.

The platinum stick provided another image:

With Levi being to only player in MLB to hit and AVG > 0.4 in the 50 game season, this once again didn't come as a surprise. This guy's a real asset when it comes to producing hits and driving in runs and we'll have to do anything to keep him in Boston.

Manager of the year went to the Chicago skipper this season, and rightfully so. To be honest, the guy deserved it last season already, but lets not talk about that any more.

This concludes the season, but there are many areas which need improvements in our team, so stay tuned for the upcoming transfers and draft picks. I hope I can already tease you a bit by promising, there will be huge changes!
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