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Old 02-22-2019, 08:33 PM   #401
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Hall of Fame

To determine HOF players, this is what I've done:

First, I looked at the real life MLB and calculated the percentage of players in the HOF compared to how many players have played that position. In general that comes out to about 1.5%, but the number is higher for outfielders than for relievers. Then I ran a long-term simulation of my league and figured out the HOF level for each position based on both JAWS and raw WAR. I then use a combination of the long-term levels as well as the percentage of players at each position to determine which players should get elected.

Those limits are somewhere around 30-35 JAWS for batters and relievers and 50 JAWS for starting pitchers.

I'm also using this workaround so that all players have a team (no Free Agents in the Hall of Fame): Actions, Unretire Player. Then Editor, Select New Team - League MLB, Set really any team, it doesn't matter if they show up initially in a minor league uniform. Then go back and retire the player and they will show up in their top team's uniform. I also like to go into the history tab and delete the history of what I just did. This is basically just like having a player sign a one day contract with a team before retiring.
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Old 02-22-2019, 09:24 PM   #402
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Andrejs Silamikelis, 2B

His career seemed to be in jeopardy at first as he very quickly became fragile, missing chunks of games every year. He was however able to put together a solid career with very high levels of performance at his peak. He was the 1st overall pick in 1903 out of Kansas and moved so quickly that he actually played 5 major league games that year. He then proceeded to put up 12 straight seasons of above average to MVP level value, with the exception of one year that was mostly ruined with injury.

He won the Rookie of the Year, went to 3 all-star games, and won 3 silver slugger awards.

Career Stats: 7116 PA, 1778 Hits, 757 SB, .344 wOBA, 126 wRC+, 85.0 ZR, 57.3 WAR, 49.9 JAWS

Chris Russell, RHP

Russell was drafted in the 12th round of the 1903 draft but what a find he was. He had a peak as good as almost anyone, with multiple years of at least 6 WAR, including a career year at 8.5. He went to three all-star games and finished second in both the MVP and Pitcher of the Year voting.

Career Stats: 2012.7 IP, 354 BB, 1000 K, 2.32 FIP, 85 FIP-, 41.4 WAR, 43.5 JAWS

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Dan McKee, C

McKee retires as the most valuable catcher in Major League history. He is also known as the catcher who first wore shin guards and helped improve catcher defense forever. He played 15 seasons, all of them with the Red Sox, making 5 all-star teams, winning one gold glove and two silver sluggers, and helping the Red Sox to their World Series victory in 1905 as the MVP.

Career Stats: 6443 PA, 1559 H, .300 wOBA, 94 wRC+, 42.4 ZR, 37.9 WAR, 32.9 JAWS

Yago Pimentel, LHP

Pimentel would be the prime example of what could have been if he didn't keep coming back so much. He was the first #1 prospect way back in 1900 but could not stay healthy. He also could not give up on the game, no matter how many times he wrecked his body. He won two World Series Championships and was the 1909 NL Division Series MVP.

He missed 3,590 days due to 95 different injuries in his career, six of which were over 6 months long, and of those six, four were more than 10 months worth of recovery time. What was incredible was that no matter how much time he spent off in his peak, he would come right back and dominate. His last Major League season was in 1916, but he went over to the Atlantic League and played two more seasons over there.

Career Stats: 1340.7 IP, 210 BB, 682 K, 2.00 FIP, 72 FIP-, 36.6 WAR, 29.9 JAWS

Kuma Fukumoto, LHP

Fukumoto was drafted in the 16th round out of high school but really took off in the minor leagues. He made his debut in 1909 and had 3 well above-average seasons, resulting in two All-Star team appearances and one gold glove.

Career Stats: 1521.7 IP, 389 BB, 815 K, 2.60 FIP, 91 FIP-, 26.9 WAR, 29.7 JAWS

Marvin Munoz, LHP

Munoz was around since the beginning of the league and was still providing end of the bullpen value into his late 30s. His last appearance in the major leagues was in 1911, but he was willing to stick it out in the minor leagues for another 7 years before retiring in 1918. He made 5 all-star teams and was the 1900 NL Reliever of the Year.

Career Stats: 716.3 IP, 238 BB, 694 K, 269 SV, 1.45 FIP, 50 FIP-, 29.1 WPA, 21.1 JAWS

Sean Wardell, LHP

Wardell was also pitching in the major leagues in 1900 but he stuck around until 1913. The past 4 years were spent in the minor leagues and he did not pitch in 1918 before retiring. He made two all-star teams and won the World Series with the Padres in 1911.

Career Stats: 846.7 IP, 267 BB, 427 K, 266 SV, 2.32 FIP, 84 FIP-, 22.5 WPA, 15.9 JAWS

Mike Knox, RHP

Mike Knox was drafted in the 5th round by the Red Sox in 1901, failed to sign, and attended the University of Kentucky. He was then drafted by the Mariners in the 9th round of the 1904 draft and made his debut in 1906. He made one all-star team in 1915 but was generally a middle relief bullpen arm.

Career Stats: 524.3 IP, 169 BB, 310 K, 197 SV, 2.21 FIP, 81 FIP-, 2.7 WPA, 6.3 JAWS
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1918 Top Players Under Age 30

Eitor Armijo, 2B

Armijo was a scouting discovery from the Dominican Republic in 1910 and he debuted in 1914. He won the MVP his first full season in 1915 and after a couple years of only well-above average production, he won the MVP again in 1918. He has also made two all-star teams, won two gold gloves, and a silver slugger.

Kendall Bradford, SS

The 12th overall draft pick in 1910 out of the New Mexico High School League and an elite defensive shortstop. He set the record for WAR in a season his first full year in the league and won the MVP award. He has made three all-star teams, won three gold gloves and a silver slugger.

Deion Lee, 3B

Lee is a switch-hitting 3B with a cannon for an arm and a well-balanced offensive attack. He was drafted 4th overall in 1912 out of Loyola Marymount and has been a solid above average contributor in 5 full MLB seasons, winning Rookie of the Year, two gold gloves, one silver slugger, and attending two all-star games.

Sheik James, CF

James was drafted 13th overall by the Cardinals out of West Virginia in 1911. He has made two all-star teams, won a silver slugger, and has been an above average CF on both sides of the ball for 5 years.

Kangi Bossart, RHP

Bossart was drafted 10th overall by the Angels in 1913 out of Pepperdine and is the 2-time reigning Pitcher of the Year. He tore his labrum back in 1915 which caused him to miss some time but picked up right where he left off in 1917.

Josiah Sittig, RF

Sittig was drafted 4th overall by the Astros in 1908 out of Mount Carmel High School. He spent 3 full seasons in the minor leagues and then debuted in 1911, starting 55 games in RF. He has made one all-star team, won one gold glove and one silver slugger.

Rory Shew, SS

Shew is another elite defensive shortstop but has missed a few months due to injury in his career. He has still been above average, winning two gold glove awards and a silver slugger. He was drafted 6th overall in 1912 out of UC Santa Barbara.

Gene Frink, 2B

Frink was drafted in the 3rd round out of St Marys in 1912 and had 4 very good seasons as a starting 2B. His defense is well above average, but his offense is lacking which may limit his value in the future.

D.J. Leverton, CF

Leverton's greatest asset is his center field defense, but he is no slouch at the plate either. He was the 1st pick in the 1912 draft out of Weatherford, Texas and has made three all-star teams, won two gold gloves, one silver slugger, and was named the 1916 AL Championship Series MVP.
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1918 FA Summary

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Devon McFadden signed for 4 years with a team option after the 3rd year. If he completes the contract, he will be entering free agency again in his age 36 season.

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Sheik James signed for 6 years with the Reds which will take him through his peak years.
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1919 Top 100 Prospects

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Once again, the top draftee is the top prospect - Arnold White.

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And the top pitching draftee is the top pitching prospect - Crosby Hassebrock.

I've been playing with the scouting accuracy so I've turned it down and am interested to see if that makes a difference with this.
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1919 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

SP Mathijs de Fluyt (LOY) - 4-0, 1.75 ERA, 36.0 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 6.0 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Gus Esparza (UNM) - 4-0, 1.36 ERA, 39.2 IP, 1.03 WHIP, 6.4 K/9, 1.6 WAR
SP Adam Gies (SHP) - 3-2, 1.25 ERA, 43.1 IP, 0.74 WHIP, 6.9 K/9, 2.1 WAR
SP Chase Mangham (WSU) - 3-0, 1.30 ERA, 34.2 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 5.2 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Mason Raye (TTU) - 4-0, 1.29 ERA, 35.0 IP, 0.86 WHIP, 4.6 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Bob Thurman (PEP) - 2-1, 3.21 ERA, 42.0 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 6.2 K/9, 1.3 WAR
CL Loren Chandler (SJRS) - 1-0, 5 SV, 0.00 ERA, 13.2 IP, 0.59 WHIP, 7.9 K/9, 0.8 WAR
CL Caleb Enos (UC) - 0-0, 3 SV, 3.00 ERA, 12.0 IP, 1.25 WHIP, 7.5 K/9, 0.3 WAR
C T.J. Mena (SCG) - .364/.450/.545, 66 AB, 1 HR, 170 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
C Sherman Scanlon (STAN) - .360/.410/.520, 75 AB, 2 HR, 156 wRC+, 0.9 WAR
1B Samuel Perez (STAN) - .378/.441/.600, 90 AB, 3 HR, 3 SB, 184 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
2B Huston Harmon (FLA) - .344/.379/.656, 96 AB, 3 HR, 5 SB, 177 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
3B Hitman Sargent (TEN) - .394/.436/.585, 94 AB, 2 HR, 186 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
SS Shane Brumett (ASU) - .398/.455/.591, 88 AB, 1 HR, 190 wRC+, 1.6 WAR (Injured)
SS Jimmy Canales (MSB) - .341/.374/.560, 91 AB, 2 HR, 7 SB, 154 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
SS Cam Caruso (BYU) - .442/.543/.663, 86 AB, 4 HR, 230 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
LF Boyce Estrada (AUB) - .372/.473/.705, 78 AB, 6 HR, 220 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
CF Gary Finkle (UNM) - .403/.489/.558, 77 AB, 1 HR, 7 SB, 197 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
CF Woody Hopes (ALA) - .439/.500/.768, 82 AB, 3 HR, 5 SB, 235 wRC+, 2.0 WAR
RF Brandon Pillay (STAN) - .354/.465/.671, 79 AB, 5 HR, 4 SB, 204 wRC+, 1.8 WAR

Team 2:

SP Aiden Bochinski (PIT) - 1-2, 3.12 ERA, 34.2 IP, 1.18 WHIP, 6.5 K/9, 1.5 WAR
SP Hasan Bustamante (SDSU) - 3-0, 2.75 ERA, 39.1 IP, 1.27 WHIP, 7.3 K/9, 1.7 WAR
SP Samuel Fernández (LOY) - 3-1, 1.32 ERA, 34.0 IP, 0.88 WHIP, 6.1 K/9, 1.5 WAR
SP Quetzal García (LBSU) - 4-0, 1.01 ERA, 35.2 IP, 0.98 WHIP, 5.0 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Isaac Lannon (GEO) - 5-0, 1.80 ERA, 40.0 IP, 1.07 WHIP, 4.7 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP P.J. Rose (SJRS) - 3-0, 0.79 ERA, 34.0 IP, 0.71 WHIP, 3.4 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Paul Moore (MSU) - 1-0, 2 SV, 0.00 ERA, 11.1 IP, 0.53 WHIP, 11.1 K/9, 0.6 WAR
CL Lazlo Myers (OSU) - 1-0, 2 SV, 3.06 ERA, 17.2 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 5.1 K/9, 0.3 WAR
C Tommy Brooks (TAMU) - .328/.427/.426, 61 AB, 143 wRC+, 0.7 WAR
C Theodore Silver (ND) - .368/.422/.487, 76 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 157 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
1B Joshua Rhorer (NEB) - .284/.376/.557, 88 AB, 5 HR, 151 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
2B Vardan Abelyan (PSU) - .366/.443/.527, 93 AB, 3 HR, 168 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
2B Hal Chisum (UHC) - .380/.447/.511, 92 AB, 1 HR, 167 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
2B Eric Richards (VIR) - .375/.400/.719, 96 AB, 4 HR, 1 SB, 201 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
3B Yoshinori Fukuda (ECP) - .344/.412/.511, 90 AB, 3 HR, 158 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
SS Clay Shockley (IOWA) - .409/.465/.795, 88 AB, 9 HR, 236 wRC+, 1.8 WAR
LF Scott Burns (SDSU) - .386/.443/.670, 88 AB, 3 HR, 200 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
LF Christian Grass (WV) - .405/.429/.696, 79 AB, 3 HR, 2 SB, 204 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
CF Marc Antony Torres (TEN) - .352/.424/.545, 88 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 172 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
RF Jack Rogers (SDSU) - .341/.400/.568, 88 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 159 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
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Achievements, April 1919

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Devon McFadden, Atlanta Braves - 1500 K

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Rand Escobedo, New Mexico, NCAA - 4K, 2BB
Jessie Latour, Ohio State, NCAA - 2K, 0BB, 1ERR
Bob Silva, Lake Oswego, OSAA - 1K, 1BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Todd Peak, UC Santa Barbara, NCAA
Grizzly Anders, La Cueva, NMAA
Bill Mitrano, Minnesota, NCAA
Zach Gavula, Apopka, FLHSAA

3+ HR Games:
Kev Harsh, Colorado Springs, AAA

Cycles:
Hunter Kelly, North Carolina State, NCAA
Dave Martin, Lake Oswego, OSAA
Tucker Emmanuel, Temecula Valley, CIF
Todd Peak, UC Santa Barbara, NCAA
Fabian Elden, Arizona, NCAA
Ian Loyd, El Paso, AAA
Wyatt Wilson, Stanford, NCAA
Bob Jensen, Wiregrass Ranch, FLHSAA
Zach Potucek, Oregon State, NCAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Indra Kok, Central, CIF - 31G
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The top draft prospect in 1919 is LF Scott Burns.

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The top pitcher is very highly ranked on the list at #4, also out of San Diego State - Hasan Bustamante.

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The number one high school prospect is LF Marcus Miller.
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1919 College and High School Champs/Awards

NCAA
Champion: Loyola Marymount Lions
MVP: Woody Hopes, Alabama Crimson Tide
Top Pitcher: Quetzal Garcia, Long Beach State University

California
Champion: Central Grizzlies
MVP: Sean Keller, Central Grizzlies
Top Pitcher: Donnie Billings, Central Grizzlies

Florida
Champion: Sarasota Sailors
MVP: Jeff Durrant, Sarasota Sailors
Top Pitcher: Jeff Durrant, Sarasota Sailors

Georgia
Champion: Hardaway Hawks
MVP: Tokichi Kawakami, Jefferson Dragons
Top Pitcher: Eduardo Santiago, Gainesville Red Elephants

Illinois
Champion: Limestone Rockets
MVP: Tug Back, Limestone Rockets
Top Pitcher: Damien Connor, Carmel Corsairs

New York
Champion: West Babylon Eagles
MVP: Hunter Stamm, Fredonia Hillbillies
Top Pitcher: Adrian Granger, Rye Garnets

New Mexico
Champion: Carlsbad Cavemen
MVP: Devin Bennett, Sandia Matadors
Top Pitcher: Ellis Barnhart, Farmington Scorpions

North Carolina
Champion: Leesville Road Pride
MVP: Eli Sweeney, South Mecklenburg Sabres
Top Pitcher: Eli Sweeney, South Mecklenburg Sabres

Oregon
Champion: Pendleton Buckaroos
MVP: Bryce Stephens, Jesuit Crusaders
Top Pitcher: Marlon Pepper, Jesuit Crusaders

Texas
Champion: Deer Park Deer
MVP: Tommy McQuan, The Woodlands Highlanders
Top Pitcher: Tommy McQuan, The Woodlands Highlanders

Wisconsin
Champion: Hortonville Polar Bears
MVP: Johan Velez, Denmark Vikings
Top Pitcher: Rylie Hawker, Waupun Warriors
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Achievements, May 1919

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Trent Dyer, Mississippi, NCAA - 4K, 3BB
Lucas Pauling, Gainesville, GHSA - 3K, 1BB
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Isaiah Guani, New York Mets, MLB - 2K, 3BB
Caleb Batson, Somerset, IND - 4K, 0BB, 1ERR
Ervin Grant, Columbia, A - 8K, 2BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Jalen White, Portland, AA

3+ HR Games:
Mario Speers, Harrisburg, AA
Celestino Cruz, Asheville, A

Cycles:
Carlos Medina, Las Vegas, AAA
Bailey Ross, Kannapolis, A
Gus Sanchez, Alabama, NCAA
C.J. Ventura, Peoria, A
Nate Fuller, Colorado Springs, AAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Jon Charbonneau, Milwaukee Lutheran, WIAA - 28G
Chester Hannah, Toledo, AAA - 30G
Craig Gammer, Arizona, NCAA - 25G
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Woody Hopes was taken 1st overall in the draft, this year's NCAA MVP.

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Bustamante was the first pitcher off the board

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and the first high schooler was D.J. Boucher down at pick 8.



Round 1, Pick 1 - Texas Rangers: CF Woody Hopes, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Chicago White Sox: CF Albert Plantz, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Chicago Cubs: SP Hasan Bustamante, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - Florida Marlins: RF Brandon Pillay, age 21
Round 1, Pick 5 - Colorado Rockies: LF Scott Burns, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Detroit Tigers: SS Jimmy Canales, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 3B Kevin Rorke, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Minnesota Twins: 3B D.J. Boucher, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - Los Angeles Dodgers: 2B Jace Stueve, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Milwaukee Brewers: CF Hiromu Bando, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Philadelphia Phillies: 3B Micah Lazenby, age 18
Round 1, Pick 12 - Toronto Blue Jays: CF Lawrence Philip, age 21
Round 1, Pick 13 - St. Louis Cardinals: LF Lacey Cuvilje, age 22
Round 1, Pick 14 - Los Angeles Dodgers: LF Marcus Miller, age 18
Round 1, Pick 15 - Arizona Diamondbacks: CF Jeff Mills, age 21
Round 1, Pick 16 - San Diego Padres: C Dominic Ferguson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Oakland Athletics: CF Ash Garner, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Pittsburgh Pirates: CF Tug Back, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Baltimore Orioles: 3B Hitman Sargent, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - Seattle Mariners: 1B Elvis Odong, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Cleveland Indians: C Colin Hostetler, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - Kansas City Royals: SP B.J. Barnes, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Montreal Expos: C Sherman Scanlon, age 21
Round 1, Pick 25 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Adam Gies, age 21
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1919 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

SP J.R. Donahoe (TEX) - 7-9, 2.20 ERA, 168.0 IP, 1.16 WHIP, 4.0 K/9, 4.0 WAR
SP Augustin Fernández (CLE) - 9-8, 3.05 ERA, 174.0 IP, 1.18 WHIP, 3.6 K/9, 4.4 WAR
SP Thomas Garrett (CLE) - 12-6, 2.27 ERA, 158.2 IP, 1.13 WHIP, 3.2 K/9, 3.0 WAR
SP Glenn Ginsburg (HOU) - 8-8, 2.32 ERA, 162.2 IP, 1.27 WHIP, 3.5 K/9, 3.1 WAR
SP Ronnie Mekonnen (LAA) - 9-12, 2.73 ERA, 181.0 IP, 1.16 WHIP, 2.5 K/9, 2.9 WAR
SP Jeremy Thompson (MIN) - 12-3, 2.08 ERA, 172.2 IP, 1.16 WHIP, 2.8 K/9, 4.1 WAR
CL Delmar Edwards (DET) - 2-1, 22 SV, 1.52 ERA, 41.1 IP, 1.19 WHIP, 7.0 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Ronald Marthe (BAL) - 2-2, 27 SV, 2.01 ERA, 53.2 IP, 1.14 WHIP, 5.0 K/9, -0.0 WAR
CL Brian Ramsey (HOU) - 8-3, 19 SV, 2.86 ERA, 50.1 IP, 1.39 WHIP, 4.6 K/9, 0.8 WAR
CL Caiden Sullivan (KC) - 0-3, 30 SV, 1.05 ERA, 51.1 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 4.9 K/9, 1.6 WAR
C Judd Ray (SEA) - .275/.332/.362, 240 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 113 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
C Scott Taylor (TEX) - .319/.384/.380, 213 AB, 2 HR, 136 wRC+, 2.0 WAR
1B Eduardo Llamas (MIN) - .354/.429/.421, 254 AB, 2 HR, 161 wRC+, 3.1 WAR
2B Eitor Armijo (BAL) - .356/.387/.462, 418 AB, 42 SB, 157 wRC+, 5.3 WAR
2B Rush Hemmes (CLE) - .295/.362/.391, 312 AB, 27 SB, 131 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
2B Jonathan Quiroga (TB) - .314/.342/.383, 347 AB, 2 HR, 2 SB, 118 wRC+, 3.1 WAR
2B Ynilo Tristan (LAA) - .318/.352/.436, 296 AB, 1 SB, 133 wRC+, 4.4 WAR
3B Oliveiro Mendez (CLE) - .337/.399/.416, 356 AB, 4 HR, 146 wRC+, 3.9 WAR
3B Mohamed Sabry (BOS) - .302/.360/.374, 364 AB, 3 HR, 5 SB, 124 wRC+, 2.8 WAR
SS Daulin Jiménez (KC) - .301/.359/.373, 375 AB, 127 wRC+, 4.4 WAR (Injured)
LF Anakin Daley (MIN) - .286/.337/.423, 364 AB, 3 HR, 37 SB, 129 wRC+, 3.1 WAR
LF Yan Stifter (CLE) - .291/.310/.359, 368 AB, 3 HR, 102 wRC+, 2.7 WAR
CF Phoenix Amoss (CLE) - .293/.366/.394, 376 AB, 4 HR, 17 SB, 123 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
CF Joaquin De Los Santos (MIN) - .298/.323/.394, 416 AB, 1 HR, 52 SB, 110 wRC+, 3.6 WAR
RF Grady Valdes (SEA) - .295/.367/.389, 332 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 133 wRC+, 2.2 WAR

National League:

SP Danny Brozoski (CIN) - 10-7, 2.13 ERA, 169.0 IP, 1.12 WHIP, 4.0 K/9, 3.3 WAR
SP Librado Dorado (MON) - 14-2, 2.03 ERA, 155.1 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 4.7 K/9, 3.2 WAR
SP Blaise Duarte (SD) - 8-8, 2.66 ERA, 176.0 IP, 1.07 WHIP, 2.9 K/9, 3.8 WAR
SP Lee Leary (SF) - 12-7, 2.12 ERA, 161.0 IP, 1.04 WHIP, 2.9 K/9, 3.6 WAR
SP Devon McFadden (ATL) - 9-5, 2.72 ERA, 135.2 IP, 1.20 WHIP, 4.1 K/9, 2.9 WAR (Injured)
SP Justin Zygmunt (MON) - 13-8, 1.72 ERA, 178.0 IP, 0.96 WHIP, 4.5 K/9, 4.1 WAR
CL P.J. Clark (SD) - 2-5, 24 SV, 1.38 ERA, 52.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 5.4 K/9, 1.5 WAR
CL Robert Galbreath (LAD) - 2-1, 27 SV, 1.53 ERA, 47.0 IP, 1.19 WHIP, 3.6 K/9, 0.2 WAR
CL Boris St. Laurent (NYM) - 2-2, 7 SV, 0.69 ERA, 39.1 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 5.0 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Courtland Stufflebeam (ATL) - 3-2, 26 SV, 1.29 ERA, 48.2 IP, 1.11 WHIP, 4.6 K/9, 0.5 WAR
C Franly Abreu (ATL) - .236/.335/.324, 216 AB, 3 HR, 103 wRC+, 1.9 WAR
C Micah Cohen (PIT) - .282/.325/.348, 287 AB, 3 HR, 103 wRC+, 2.2 WAR
1B Jon Folsom (ARI) - .305/.384/.401, 374 AB, 6 HR, 125 wRC+, 2.5 WAR
2B Jason Hunnicutt (NYM) - .274/.308/.379, 343 AB, 2 HR, 9 SB, 106 wRC+, 3.5 WAR
2B Mike Sandoval (PHI) - .290/.354/.351, 359 AB, 1 HR, 15 SB, 115 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
2B Nic Wiener (STL) - .283/.346/.372, 368 AB, 3 HR, 28 SB, 110 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
3B Zack Benson (SF) - .289/.329/.438, 349 AB, 4 HR, 14 SB, 134 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
SS Collin Abbot (CHC) - .314/.334/.376, 303 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 114 wRC+, 3.4 WAR (Injured)
SS Kendall Bradford (MON) - .301/.327/.417, 216 AB, 7 SB, 127 wRC+, 2.7 WAR (Injured)
SS Lance Jennings (LAD) - .330/.360/.390, 349 AB, 5 SB, 130 wRC+, 3.5 WAR
LF Darian Wilson (TEX) - .281/.346/.398, 374 AB, 31 SB, 126 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
CF Thomas Hagan (ATL) - .351/.407/.443, 393 AB, 4 HR, 36 SB, 148 wRC+, 5.9 WAR
CF Jeremiah Inman (ARI) - .262/.347/.436, 275 AB, 2 HR, 16 SB, 136 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
CF Brantley Kriegel (LAD) - .307/.359/.456, 283 AB, 2 HR, 17 SB, 146 wRC+, 3.7 WAR
RF Max Huber (LAD) - .281/.333/.387, 377 AB, 5 HR, 7 SB, 125 wRC+, 2.7 WAR
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Achievements, June/July 1919

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Cameron Miller, Pittsburgh Pirates - 2000 Hits
Jim Slack, Chicago White Sox - 200 Doubles
Aiden Shelton, Detroit Tigers - 1000 SB
Caiden Sullivan, Kansas City Royals - 300 SV
Alvino Gonzaga, St. Louis Cardinals - 300 SV
Joe Hubbard, Toronto Blue Jays - 1500 K

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Marcus Marlow, St. Lucie, A+ - 6K, 1BB
L.J. Ramsey, Pawtucket, AAA - 13K, 2BB
Otilio Fernandez, Fort Myers, A+ - 9K, 1BB
Eugene Kent, Southern Maryland, IND - 3K, 5BB
Fionn Salton, Staten Island, A- - 2K, 3BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
Wesley Petillo, Peoria, A - 17K

6+ Hit Games:
Jaiden Palacos, New Britain, IND
Keshawn Monroe, Great Lakes, A
John Hilton, Auburn, A-
Bryn Sanders, Boston Red Sox, MLB
Bryson Mason, Arizona, R

3+ HR Games:
Aleix Diego, New Orleans, AAA
Heath Little, Scranton WB, AAA
Caden Dixon, Sacramento, AAA
Boyce Elliot, Greensboro, A
Ryan Gerstner, Montgomery, AA
Xander Butler, Fort Myers, R
Rey Miller, Clearwater, A+

Cycles:
Duarte Nunez, Kinston, A+
Joel Lathan, Missoula, R
Andy Thoennes, Spokane, A-
Colin Tuan, State College, A-
Vic Steinmetz, Oklahoma City, AAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Evan Parrett, Colorado Springs, AAA - 32G
Bryson Mason, Lancaster, A+ - 26G
Ward Dellafera, Sacramento, AAA - 32G
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Achievements, August/September/October 1919

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Alonso Carvajal, New York Yankees - 700 SB
Ryder Jackson, Philadelphia Phillies - 1500 K

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
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Randy Childress, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, MLB - 4K, 3BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
Shannon Oralle, Kannapolis, A

6+ Hit Games:
Rush Hemmes, Cleveland Indians, MLB

3+ HR Games:
Boyce Elliott, Greensboro, A
Grayson Davis, Colorado Springs, AAA
Vincent Irias, Reading, AA

Cycles:
Lester Tuttle, Aberdeen, A-
Joshua Ham, Kingsport, R
Chicharito Reyes, Kane County, A
Herb Esprit, Ogden, R
Dilan McBeath, Binghamton, AA
Klement Michaelis, Bradenton, R
Kai Marino, Johnson City, R
Dale Neal, St. Lucie, A+
Gavin Benitez, Tampa, R

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Vladimiro Trejo, Florida Marlins, MLB - 27G
Christian Grass, Lowell, A-
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1919 MLB Playoffs

The Phillies have been one of the top teams in the league so far and solidified that with their second World Series Championship.
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AL MVP: Eitor Armijo, 2B, Baltimore Orioles (3) - 7.0 WAR, 151 wRC+, 16.2 ZR
All three of the top AL MVP candidates this year are 2B. I believe there is an issue with the way the game creates defensive skills for players leading to a lot of this behavior.

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NL MVP: Brantley Kriegel, CF, Los Angeles Dodgers (2) - 6.9 WAR, 134 wRC+, 25.4 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: J.R. Donahoe, RHP, Texas Rangers - 7.0 WAR, 79 FIP-, 2.1 K/BB

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NL Top Pitcher: Lee Leary, LHP, San Francisco Giants - 6.5 WAR, 80 FIP-, 2.5 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Rainer Aguilar, SS, Toronto Blue Jays - 3.6 WAR, 97 wRC+, 15.4 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Pascal Del Rio, LHP, Arizona Diamondbacks - 3.4 WAR, 94 FIP-, 1.2 K/BB

AL Reliever of the Year: Delmar Edwards, LHP, Detroit Tigers - 5.4 WPA, 89 FIP-, 1.4 K/BB
NL Reliever of the Year: Courtland Stufflebeam, RHP, Atlanta Braves - 5.4 WPA, 89 FIP-, 1.4 K/BB
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A very big free agent year, led by 5-time all-star Librado Dorado

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and 2-time MVP Brantley Kriegel.
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1919 Unsigned Draftees

D.J. Boucher, one of the top high schoolers in the draft, failed to sign and will be going to college.
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1919 Where Are They Now?

Top Prospects:
Kyle Matthews - He was the top prospect again in 1914 and had another good year in 1919 with 4.0 WAR. He's currently on the free agent market.

Kangi Bossart - Went from top draftee to top prospect and his value fell off a little bit in 1919 after winning two straight pitcher of the year awards - only 4.5 WAR.

Draftees:
Jon Folsom - He failed to sign out of college and was drafted again in 1914. He repeated his above average 1918 season with another in 1919, attending his second all-star game.

Ryder Froehling - A top high school draftee, he made his debut in 1918 and has been below average so far but still with plenty of room to improve.

J.R. Donahoe - The top pitcher in the draft just won the Pitcher of the Year in 1919.

Chad Beighley - He was the first high schooler selected as his center field defense is very good. He spent his first mostly full season with the Cardinals in 1919 and was slightly above average. He has had injury problems, a common theme with Cardinals first-rounders (Silamikelis, Wiener, Beighley)

Award Winners:
Henry Angelbeek - Angelbeek's peak year was in 1914 but he still has been somewhere around a #2 starter for 10 years and is pushing for a Hall of Fame finish.

Timothy Foot - The AL Rookie of the Year has maintained steady above average production for most of his career.

Other:
Jeff Garcia - The top unsigned draftee. He was drafted in the 4th round originally and didn't sign, but then after spending some time in college was taken 3rd overall by the Brewers. He had a pretty good season in the majors in 1919 despite playing only 92 games with the big league club.
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Zach Jensen, RHP

Drafted in the 6th round out of Wake Forest in 1903, his potential really shot up after the draft leading to three Pitcher of the Year Awards. He also went to 6 All-Star games and helped the Royals win the 1912 World Series. He was named the 1908 AL Division Series MVP and spent his entire 16 year career with the Royals, staying healthy with the exception of a few weeks worth of injuries. He slots in very solidly behind J.P. Avila as the second best pitcher ever to play the game.

Career Stats: 4201 IP, 1326 BB, 2285 K, 2.45 FIP, 90 FIP-, 76.9 WAR, 78.9 JAWS

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Jonathan Kinnunen, RHP

Kinnunen was drafted 4th overall in 1904 out of UC Santa Barbara, shot through the minor league, and debuted the same year with the Athletics. 15 years, one Pitcher of the Year Award, and 5 All-Star teams later, he enters the Hall of Fame. He pitched a no-hitter in college and threw 92 shutouts in the major leagues.

Career Stats: 3446 IP, 902 BB, 1594 K, 2.47 FIP, 92 FIP-, 59.7 WAR, 62.8 JAWS

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Ash Ingle, 3B

Ingle was drafted 4th overall out of Florida State in 1903. He always had a great eye and led the league in walks three times, finishing with 1,029 career base on balls. He went to two all-star games and won three silver sluggers.

Career Stats: 8410 PA, 1842 H, .327 wOBA, 115 wRC+, 0.8 ZR, 49.8 WAR, 41.3 JAWS

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Joe Hubbard, RHP

Hubbard burst onto the scene first in college at the University of Illinois, easily winning the NCAA Pitcher of the Year all 3 seasons. He never won that award in the major leagues but did finish 3rd twice and was a 4-time all-star. He also won a gold glove. The Mariners took him 2nd overall and he spent 9 seasons with them before getting traded to the Dodgers and then signing with the Astros and Blue Jays.

Career Stats: 2939.7 IP, 662 BB, 1508 K, 2.30 FIP, 85 FIP-, 60.1 WAR, 54.2 JAWS

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Kadin Henderson, LF

Henderson was the 46th overall pick in 1903 to the Phillies and stayed in their organization his entire career. He made three all-star teams, won a gold glove and a silver slugger, and was on the 1909 World Series team.

Career Stats: 7542 PA, 1869 H, 421 SB, .321 wOBA, 112 wRC+, 72.7 ZR, 35.6 WAR, 32.6 JAWS

Elijah Turner, LHP

Turner is right on the cusp of the Hall of Fame by JAWS, but the absence of awards and his total career WAR keep him out. He did have a good peak and kept up solid above average contribution for 13 years. He was drafted in the 4th round of the 1903 draft out of Kansas.

Career Stats: 3036.7 IP, 833 BB, 1223 K, 2.58 FIP, 94 FIP-, 48.9 WAR, 50.6 JAWS

Dean Davidson, LHP

Davidson may have had a chance at a Hall of Fame career but his talent level dropped sharply once he turned 30. He made 3 all-star teams and was the 1916 NL Division Series MVP, and finished in the top 3 Pitcher of the Year voting three times. He was drafted in the 9th round out of Springfield High School in Oregon.

Career Stats: 1883.3 IP, 445 BB, 832 K, 2.56 FIP, 89 FIP-, 35.2 WAR, 40.6 JAWS

Aykan Nagaraja, LHP

Nagaraja was drafted in the 1st round of the 1902 draft out of St Johns and had a long and solid career with the Astros, Orioles, Marlins, Tigers, Cardinals, and Pirates. He won a gold glove and was the 1915 AL Division Series MVP. He also pitched a no-hitter in AAA in 1903.

Career Stats: 2849.7 IP, 972 BB, 1269 K, 2.82 FIP, 104 FIP-, 32.3 WAR, 36.2 JAWS

Jon Wilbur, RHP

Wilbur was drafted 22nd overall by the Astros in 1901 out of Sachem East High School, where he won both the MVP and Pitcher of the Year. He also won the 1910 World Series as a member of the Houston club.

Career Stats: 2930.7 IP, 934 BB, 1424 K, 2.65 FIP, 97 FIP-, 42.3 WAR, 34.5 JAWS

Eric Walton, RHP

Walton completed a pretty good career for someone drafted in the 18th round out of Florida State in 1903. He made 4 all-star games and won a gold glove. He was part of the 1906 Dodgers Championship team in his rookie season. 1909 was his career year with 6.8 WAR, but he wasn't able to keep it all together for the long term.

Career Stats: 1916.3 IP, 505 BB, 858 K, 2.56 FIP, 96 FIP-, 29.0 WAR, 31.9 JAWS

Fabian Ricci, LHP

Ricci was one of the top closers in the game for many years - 7 all-star teams, a reliever of the year, and a World Series Championship all on his resume. The Brewers drafted him in the 3rd round of the 1904 draft out of Holy Cross.

Career Stats: 731.7 IP, 289 BB, 593 K, 280 SV, 1.79 FIP, 66 FIP-, 29.0 WPA, 19.3 JAWS

Vic Dobie, RHP

Dobie was a mainstay in the Yankees bullpen for 11 seasons, filling in as needed when injury struck. He was on the path to greatness early in his career but lost it when he turned 28. He made two all-star teams and won the World Series in 1907. He was drafted in the 4th round of the 1903 draft out of Penn State.

Career Stats: 1723.7 IP, 502 BB, 853 K, 2.44 FIP, 93 FIP-, 28.1 WAR, 27.8 JAWS

Logan Junco, RHP

Junco had a good long career as a reliever, appearing in 500 games and winning a World Series with the White Sox in 1914. He was the #90 prospect in 1900 and pitched in 41 games that year for the Indians.

Career Stats: 651.3 IP, 189 BB, 331 K, 125 SV, 2.30 FIP, 82 FIP-, 16.0 WPA, 14.7 JAWS

Lütfü Wohlfarth, 1B

Wohlfarth was one of the first players to 2,000 career hits, but he never provided a ton of value at 1B. His offense was above average, but his defense was so atrocious it wiped out everything that the offense provided. He won three silver sluggers and helped the Red Sox win the 1905 World Series as the AL Division Series MVP. He currently holds the record for most career RBI - 960.

Career Stats: 9123 PA, 2228 Hits, .329 wOBA, 113 wRC+, -121.4 ZR, 10.6 WAR, 13.3 JAWS

Tommy Irwin, RHP

Irwin was drafted in 1903 by the Angels with the 58th overall pick out of Alabama. He made the 1911 all-star team and even tried to revive his career as a starter in the Atlantic League at the age of 37.

Career Stats: 704 IP, 244 BB, 366 K, 214 SV, 2.47 FIP, 92 FIP-, 11.6 WPA, 9.5 JAWS
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