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Old 02-23-2019, 05:14 PM   #421
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1919 Top Players Under Age 30

J.R. Donahoe, RHP

Won the 1919 AL Pitcher of the Year award after putting up 4 well above-average seasons in a row. He has also made two all-star teams. Donahoe was drafted with the 2nd pick in the 1914 draft out of Minnesota.

Ynilo Tristan, 2B

Tristan was drafted in the 6th round in 1909 out of Sue Cleveland High School in New Mexico and saw a surge in value in 1912. He just narrowly missed out on the MVP this season as he only played in 130 games, missing a month with a high ankle sprain. He has been to two all-star games and won a gold glove.

Mike Sandoval, 2B

Sandoval came out of the Texas High School system as a 1st round pick in 1909 and his career has been impacted heavily by injury. Despite this, he has been to 3 all-star games and was part of the 1919 Phillies Championship team.

Augustin Fernandez, RHP

A scouting discovery out of Venezuela in 1908 and has turned into a valuable pitcher. He has made two all-star teams and won the World Series in 1918.

Thomas Hagan, CF

The Braves got a good one with Hagan, drafted 5th in 1913 from the NCHSAA. In 1917, he won Rookie of the Year and the CF Gold Glove and finished 2nd in the MVP voting. He won the MVP in 1918 and has been to 3 all-star teams.
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1919 FA Summary

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The Dbacks really put a lot of their eggs in Dorado's basket for the next 6 years. He is durable but did just recently lose a couple of months to injury in 1919.

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Kriegel signed with the Phillies for 6 years.
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A Look Back - MLB Records

I have a sneaking suspicion that things are going to change quite quickly in the major leagues in the upcoming years. The baseball now has a cork center, spitballs are outlawed, and players are starting to talk about this thing called the home run. Now is a good time to look back at the first 20 years of the league and reminisce about the pioneers in baseball history.

Noel Garcia hit 18 home runs in 1900, a mark that has seemed insurmountable. The top 3 home run seasons and 5 of the top 7 all took place in 1900 . Levi Bryant hit 15 in 1913 and Nate Clements hit 14 in 1901, but neither came close to breaking the record. There have been two players to hit 3 home runs in a major league game - Bryant in 1913 and Mike Bayerle back in 1901.

Nate Clements is the current career home run record holder with 95 - not quite able to push into the triple digit mark.

Stolen bases have been plentiful without regard for caught stealing numbers, with two players pushing past the four digit mark - Aiden Massicotte and Aiden Shelton. The season record for stolen bases is 152 by Gelacio Arcos and the game record is 7 - Lochlan Collyer on 9/27/1910. Toussaint Antoine and Joe Vencill both had 6 in a game.

Neal Worthington's 35 game hitting streak in 1912 still stands as the record and Cezar Castaneda's 29-game streak is the most recent challenger.

Aiden Shelton has recently pushed past Nate Clements as the most valuable batter of the Deadball Era. He is still only 34 and should have a few good years left to add to his total.

On the pitching side, Celio Cabedo is the only pitcher to have 15 strikeouts in a game, a feat he performed twice in 1904. Freddy Fleischer and Jameson Worren have pitched the only perfect games. There have been 27 other no-hitters.

The era was dominated by J.P. Avila, the best player in baseball history up to this point. He is the only player to have over 100 WAR, had 229 complete games, and 73 shutouts. He also holds the record for strikeouts with 2,318 - fellow Hall of Famer Zach Jensen is the only other pitcher with more than 2,000.
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A Look Back - Top Players

29 players have been inducted into the Hall of Fame with another 28 well on their way. I want to look at where they came from and how the first few generations of players are interacting.

Of these 57 elite players, 22 were part of the initial league creation - 19 were in the major leagues in 1900. Only 3 were part of the initial feeder league creation - 2 college, 1 high school. All 3 were drafted within the first 32 picks.

That leaves 35 out of 57 elite players that were not part of the initial league creation, which hopefully means talent level out of the feeders is not an issue (or at least it is self-regulating).

Now to break down those 35 players - 26 came from college, 5 from high school, and 4 international. 24 were 1st round draft picks, 30 were somewhere in the top 4 rounds, and only one was drafted later than the 4th round - Zach Jensen.

15 are starting pitchers and only 1 reliever. The breakdown of batters are as follows:

C - 3
1B - 1
2B - 9
3B - 9
SS - 5
LF - 5
CF - 7
RF - 2

Ever since 1903, none of the elite players have been drafted past the 2nd round. It was only in the early years where some of the lower draft picks made it to Hall of Fame caliber. I could even dare to say that none of the players created since 1900 and drafted in the 2nd round or later have had a chance at the Hall. Really the only player who could say that is Luke McCaffrey, but catchers break the rules come HOF time.

Really the only elite high schooler since 1900 is Devon McFadden. I have noticed that teams tend to keep these players in the minor leagues longer, even if they should be promoted a little faster. This still happens even if the player attended college after high school. Since many elite high school prospects fail to sign and go to college, they are then left in the minor leagues until they are 23/24, robbing them of valuable productive time in the major leagues.
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A Look Back - Top Teams

MLB

The best franchises so far by winning percentage are the Royals (.552), Padres (.540), Phillies (.531), Red Sox (.523), and Yankees (.519). The Phillies, Brewers, Dodgers, and Padres have all won the World Series twice. The Expos (.518) are the best team to not yet win it all.

The Diamondbacks are by far the worst franchise (.440), followed by the Cardinals (.468), Devil Rays (.475), Rangers (.478), and Angels (.480). Every team has made the playoffs at least once (literally once in the case of the Dbacks) and 16 different teams have been victorious in the Fall Classic.

NCAA

3 Teams have won multiple championships in the NCAA, which is pretty impressive considering the playoffs are full of one-game knockout rounds - San Diego State, Michigan, and Ohio State. The top colleges to play for if you really want to win are Pittsburgh, St Johns, UC Santa Barbara, Tulane, and North Carolina. If the opposite is true, try out Minnesota, Arizona, Maryland, Nebraska, or UCLA. Baylor has made the playoffs an impressive 14 times but has never hoisted a championship banner.

High School

California is all about Central High School in Fresno. They have been to 8 State Championships and have won 6 of them. Steele Canyon has yet to win one.

Florida is more balanced, though the Osceola Kowboys have won 15 more games than the next best team and made 7 finals.

Georgia has two teams with no championships - North Cobb and Lambert. Gainesville has the best winning percentage and Allatoona has the most championships.

In Illinois, every team has had a chance as the top dog, but Carmel has made it to more finals than anyone else.

Archbishop Molloy has been dominant in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association with 9 playoffs and 6 championships. Pine Bush has the 2nd best winning percentage but has only made 2 playoffs and won zero.

New Mexico doesn't have a dominant team but Eldorado has the best winning percentage and most championships. La Cueva has the worst winning percentage but has made 4 playoffs and won 3 championships.

North Carolina's teams have been pretty well-balanced with no team winning more than 4 or fewer than 1 championships. Wesleyan Christian Academy has the best winning percentage.

In Oregon, the Central Catholic Rams have been the team to beat - a .535 WPCT, 7 playoffs, and 5 championships.

The Woodlands Highlanders of the Texas University Interscholastic League have a .572 WPCT over 20 seasons.

In Wisconsin, both Peshtigo and Denmark are tops in winning percentage and playoffs, but Denmark has won more championships. The Ashwaubenon Jaguars have been to more playoffs but won fewer times than Denmark.
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I'm trying to learn a little bit of R while playing with this league. Here's a graph of the ratings value in MLB by age - a quick look at aging. If I remember correctly from some real-life MLB aging studies, it is better to look at these values weighted by PA and normalized for overall career value since better players are more likely to stick around for longer - survivor bias? But I also remember that there was not a ton of difference once corrected.
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A couple plots on catchers - the arm plot makes sense - catchers with a better arm tend to throw out more runners. The ability plot seems backwards - catchers with more ability have a higher catcher ERA?

When plotted just against rating at Catcher, it does seem to make some sense.
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Here's a comparison of pitcher talent/actual ratings for fastballs and changeups. It does seem that the changeup is much more likely to fail.
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1920 Top 100 Prospects

At the beginning of a new decade, the top prospect list looks much different - neither was drafted in the first round.

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Joey Arredondo is the top prospect - he was a scouting discovery by the White Sox in 1918 out of the Dominican Republic.

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The top pitcher is Kendall Yarbrough, a 5th round draft pick by the Twins in 1917.
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1920 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

SP Jack Barnhart (MSB) - 4-0, 1.27 ERA, 42.2 IP, 0.77 WHIP, 4.9 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Quetzal García (LBSU) - 2-1, 1.69 ERA, 37.1 IP, 1.02 WHIP, 8.2 K/9, 1.8 WAR
SP Andrew Gefell (MD) - 2-3, 2.81 ERA, 41.2 IP, 1.39 WHIP, 4.1 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Jonathan McGraw (IND) - 2-2, 2.78 ERA, 32.1 IP, 1.55 WHIP, 6.4 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Conrad Paredes (MIS) - 3-1, 2.18 ERA, 33.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 4.9 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Titus Sims (UCLA) - 3-1, 2.38 ERA, 34.0 IP, 1.06 WHIP, 4.8 K/9, 1.4 WAR
RP Damian Phillips (WASH) - 4-0, 1.13 ERA, 8.0 IP, 1.25 WHIP, 3.4 K/9, 0.1 WAR
CL Koy Luster (BYU) - 2-0, 5 SV, 0.54 ERA, 16.2 IP, 0.84 WHIP, 8.6 K/9, 0.8 WAR
C Richard Basch (TEX) - .328/.446/.433, 67 AB, 146 wRC+, 0.9 WAR
C Gus Sánchez (ALA) - .369/.423/.607, 84 AB, 4 HR, 157 wRC+, 0.9 WAR
1B Nick Barkley (TEX) - .361/.476/.723, 83 AB, 7 HR, 202 wRC+, 1.6 WAR
1B Garth Daniels (LBSU) - .404/.460/.573, 89 AB, 1 HR, 2 SB, 175 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
2B Brian Cabanel (SFD) - .329/.406/.553, 85 AB, 4 HR, 157 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
3B D.J. Boucher (SMG) - .364/.406/.511, 88 AB, 2 HR, 149 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
SS Mohammed Cocker (PUR) - .395/.447/.593, 81 AB, 3 HR, 175 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
SS Clay Shockley (IOWA) - .382/.424/.764, 89 AB, 8 HR, 201 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
LF Danny Cliff (FSB) - .342/.475/.582, 79 AB, 5 HR, 188 wRC+, 1.3 WAR (Injured)
CF Woody Farrell (MIS) - .397/.548/.526, 78 AB, 1 HR, 9 SB, 185 wRC+, 1.8 WAR
RF Paul Jackson (ASU) - .429/.505/.738, 84 AB, 5 HR, 1 SB, 220 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
RF Jack Rogers (SDSU) - .463/.511/.675, 80 AB, 2 SB, 204 wRC+, 1.3 WAR (Injured)

Team 2:

SP Jack McCain (SCB) - 2-3, 3.21 ERA, 42.0 IP, 1.14 WHIP, 3.6 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Ray Miller (VIR) - 4-0, 2.75 ERA, 36.0 IP, 1.03 WHIP, 8.0 K/9, 1.7 WAR
SP Woodrow Radke (SHP) - 3-1, 2.25 ERA, 36.0 IP, 1.11 WHIP, 3.5 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Ajani Thompson (OSU) - 1-2, 3.16 ERA, 31.1 IP, 1.21 WHIP, 5.5 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Bob Thurman (PEP) - 2-2, 2.79 ERA, 42.0 IP, 1.12 WHIP, 5.4 K/9, 1.4 WAR
SP Sean Young (USC) - 3-1, 2.36 ERA, 42.0 IP, 1.19 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 1.3 WAR
CL Jaiden Alexander (CSF) - 1-0, 6 SV, 3.27 ERA, 11.0 IP, 1.27 WHIP, 3.3 K/9, 0.2 WAR
CL Wesley Michalewicz (IND) - 1-0, 4 SV, 0.00 ERA, 12.2 IP, 0.87 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 0.4 WAR
C Jace DeLongchamp (VIR) - .350/.373/.600, 60 AB, 2 HR, 151 wRC+, 0.7 WAR
C T.J. Mena (SCG) - .325/.423/.525, 80 AB, 2 HR, 147 wRC+, 0.8 WAR
1B Charlie Powers (ASU) - .360/.436/.652, 89 AB, 3 HR, 190 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
1B Joshua Rhorer (NEB) - .346/.455/.519, 81 AB, 2 HR, 163 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
2B Mervin Holmes (OSU) - .398/.440/.516, 93 AB, 6 SB, 158 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
2B Zach Potucek (OSU) - .337/.413/.522, 92 AB, 3 HR, 2 SB, 151 wRC+, 1.4 WAR (Injured)
3B Antonio Moya (STAN) - .359/.433/.511, 92 AB, 2 HR, 157 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
SS Barry Thompson (ARK) - .338/.429/.506, 77 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 146 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
LF Adrian Ellerman (NCST) - .372/.438/.628, 94 AB, 7 HR, 187 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
CF Marc Antony Torres (TEN) - .325/.465/.455, 77 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 156 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
RF Diego Aldrete (WSU) - .333/.412/.655, 84 AB, 5 HR, 181 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
RF D.J. Duarte (SJRS) - .360/.446/.593, 86 AB, 5 HR, 182 wRC+, 1.2 WAR

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Achievements, April 1920

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Simao Santana, Buies Creek, A+ - 8K, 4BB
Danny Ouellette, Columbia, A - 8K, 2BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
William Mantis, Pine Bush, TUIL - 17K

6+ Hit Games:
Samuel Friedman, St. Lucie, A+
Mitch Cornejo, Houston, NCAA
Les Wilke, Georgia Tech, NCAA
Don Quixote Cruz, Texas AM, NCAA
Steven Heston, Island Trees, NYSPHSAA

3+ HR Games:
Dan Stone, Wesleyan Christian Academy, NCHSAA
Benjamin Hinds, Fond du Lac, WIAA
Warwick Torbit, LSU, NCAA

Cycles:
Elmo Tuma, Boston College, NCAA
Damien Waggoner, St Mary Central, WIAA
Harold Bach, McFarland, WIAA
Mohammed Cocker, Purdue, NCAA
T.J. Lacey, St Marys, NCAA
D.J. Vetter, Los Angeles Angels, MLB
Zeke Gomez, Buford, GHSA
Nadav Hudson, Indianapolis, AAA
Charles Stevens, Jefferson, GHSA
Hiromu Bando, Colorado Springs, AAA
Hank Blaydes, St Mary Central, WIAA
Don Quixote Cruz, Texas AM, NCAA
Martin Ponce, College Station, TUIL

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Mauricio Cory, Mississippi State, NCAA - 26G
Evertt Hanson, Temecula Valley, CIF - 37G
Silvester Manson, Sarasota, FLHSAA - 25G
Hordu Ingi Eythorsson, Texas, NCAA - 26G
Reece Robinson, Wake Forest, NCAA - 26G
Issam Victor, Round Rock, AAA - 30G

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The top hitter is Jake Duarte, a slugging 1B out of Michigan State.

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The top high schooler is ranked second overall - Devin Bennett from New Mexico.

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The overall best pitcher is 4-time pitcher of the year hailing from Jesuit High School - Marlon Pepper
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1920 College and High School Champs/Awards

NCAA
Champion: Tennessee Volunteers
MVP: Paul Jackson, Arizona State Sun Devils
Top Pitcher: Conrad Paredes, Missouri Tigers

California
Champion: Central Grizzlies
MVP: De Van Gijn, Valhalla Norsemen
Top Pitcher: Mario Campbell, Elk Grove Thundering Herd

Florida
Champion: Apopka Blue Darters
MVP: Reece Emery, Naples Golden Eagles
Top Pitcher: Elroy Walker, Wiregrass Ranch Bulls

Georgia
Champion: Marist War Eagles
MVP: Henri Avramenko, North Cobb Warriors
Top Pitcher: Freddie Barnes, Lambert Longhorns

Illinois
Champion: Nazareth Academy Roadrunners
MVP: Jeremiah Fischetti, Carbondale Terriers
Top Pitcher: Jeremiah Fischetti, Carbondale Terriers

New York
Champion: Pine Bush Bushmen
MVP: Jorrin Romero, Voorheesville Blackbirds
Top Pitcher: Jude McCullough, West Babylon Eagles

New Mexico
Champion: Sandia Matadors
MVP: Connor Newkirk, Rio Rancho Rams
Top Pitcher: Ellis Barnhart, Farmington Scorpions

North Carolina
Champion: Conley Vikings
MVP: Lester Taylor, North Buncombe Black Hawks
Top Pitcher: Aidan Peacock, Rose Rampants

Oregon
Champion: Lake Oswego Lakers
MVP: Boyd Johnson, Pendelton Buckaroos
Top Pitcher: Marlon Pepper, Jesuit Crusaders

Texas
Champion: Weatherford Kangaroos
MVP: Woody Garner, Reagan Rattlers
Top Pitcher: Woody Garner, Reagan Rattlers

Wisconsin
Champion: Fond du Lac Cardinals
MVP: Youssef Raadouni, Fond du Lac Cardinals
Top Pitcher: Hudson Kesler, McFarland Spartans
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Achievements, May 1920

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Mason Arellano, New York Yankees - 300 SV
Jim Slack, Chicago White Sox - 2000 Hits
Kendrick Kalamari, Minnesota Twins, 200 Doubles
D.J. Vetter, Los Angeles Angels - 700 SB

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Javy Padilla, Tennessee, AA - 11K, 2BB
Michael Tejada, Tulsa, AA - 4K, 2BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Vignir Sigurdsson, BYU, NCAA

3+ HR Games:
Vincent DiSanto, Las Vegas, AAA

Cycles:

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Karl Alfarisi, Leesville Road, NCHSAA - 26G
Rush Hemmes, Cleveland Indians, MLB - 26G
D.J. Duarte, St Johns, NCAA - 25G
Joshua Rhorer, Nebraska, NCAA - 34G
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1B Jake Duarte was drafted 1st overall out of Michigan State.

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The top high school pick was Youssef Raadouni from Fond du Lac High School.

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Marlon Pepper went 4th overall to the Cubs after his 5th straight Pitcher of the Year award.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 1B Jake Duarte, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Colorado Rockies: SS Youssef Râadouni, age 18
Round 1, Pick 3 - Texas Rangers: RF Devin Bennett, age 18
Round 1, Pick 4 - Chicago Cubs: SP Marlon Pepper, age 19
Round 1, Pick 5 - Florida Marlins: RF Brandon Pillay, age 22
Round 1, Pick 6 - Oakland Athletics: SS Virgil Elliott, age 18
Round 1, Pick 7 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: SS Thad Cruz, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Florida Marlins: RF Jack Rogers, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Minnesota Twins: SP Ethan Fossier, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - New York Mets: RF Adrian Knecht, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Kansas City Royals: 1B Joshua Rhorer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Elroy Walker, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - Cincinnati Reds: SP Yun-Bok Choy, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Chicago White Sox: RF Indra Kok, age 18
Round 1, Pick 15 - Seattle Mariners: SP Hasan Bustamante, age 22
Round 1, Pick 16 - New York Yankees: SP Courtnay Odachowski, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - San Francisco Giants: 2B Jon Charbonneau, age 18
Round 1, Pick 18 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Jeremiah Fischetti, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Houston Astros: SP Dalton Castor, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - San Diego Padres: SP Max Dennis, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Chicago Cubs: SP Alex Welch, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - Cleveland Indians: C Raimundo Teixeira, age 18
Round 1, Pick 23 - Atlanta Braves: LF Craig Gammer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Los Angeles Dodgers: RF Jim Beehler, age 18
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1920 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

SP Henry Angelbeek (MIN) - 11-8, 3.24 ERA, 177.2 IP, 1.24 WHIP, 2.9 K/9, 3.7 WAR
SP Theodore Della Francesca (CHA) - 11-8, 2.82 ERA, 175.1 IP, 1.13 WHIP, 2.6 K/9, 3.8 WAR
SP Augustin Fernández (CLE) - 10-7, 2.21 ERA, 171.1 IP, 1.12 WHIP, 3.3 K/9, 4.1 WAR
SP Glenn Ginsburg (HOU) - 11-8, 2.85 ERA, 161.1 IP, 1.06 WHIP, 2.7 K/9, 3.1 WAR
SP Adrián Morales (LAA) - 9-9, 2.61 ERA, 162.1 IP, 1.27 WHIP, 2.4 K/9, 2.9 WAR
SP Vicente Valles (TB) - 10-6, 2.80 ERA, 167.0 IP, 1.32 WHIP, 2.7 K/9, 3.3 WAR
CL Kyle DeGroot (TB) - 3-2, 27 SV, 1.53 ERA, 47.0 IP, 0.94 WHIP, 5.9 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Delmar Edwards (DET) - 4-2, 14 SV, 1.20 ERA, 45.0 IP, 1.40 WHIP, 5.6 K/9, 1.2 WAR
CL Ronald Marthe (BAL) - 3-2, 30 SV, 1.43 ERA, 50.1 IP, 1.07 WHIP, 5.5 K/9, 1.2 WAR
CL Yovany Muñiz (CLE) - 3-2, 25 SV, 1.40 ERA, 51.1 IP, 1.25 WHIP, 2.5 K/9, 1.0 WAR
C Leyfer Cordero (KC) - .332/.366/.403, 238 AB, 124 wRC+, 2.0 WAR
C Jordan Hoffa (CHA) - .288/.354/.429, 233 AB, 6 HR, 123 wRC+, 2.1 WAR
1B Drake McPhee (OAK) - .287/.350/.414, 362 AB, 8 HR, 1 SB, 124 wRC+, 3.1 WAR
2B Rush Hemmes (CLE) - .360/.410/.527, 364 AB, 25 SB, 166 wRC+, 5.2 WAR
3B Danny Hurst (OAK) - .343/.373/.439, 353 AB, 6 HR, 2 SB, 143 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
SS Rainer Aguilar (TOR) - .286/.372/.378, 325 AB, 1 HR, 2 SB, 120 wRC+, 4.2 WAR
SS Daulin Jiménez (KC) - .303/.378/.383, 366 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 130 wRC+, 4.6 WAR
SS Jahsiiyah Lora (CHA) - .309/.366/.425, 285 AB, 2 HR, 9 SB, 128 wRC+, 4.0 WAR
SS Rory Shew (HOU) - .314/.358/.396, 331 AB, 14 SB, 116 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
LF Yada Adisimah (BAL) - .362/.403/.475, 417 AB, 2 HR, 40 SB, 157 wRC+, 3.8 WAR
CF Phoenix Amoss (CLE) - .317/.385/.454, 366 AB, 3 HR, 15 SB, 141 wRC+, 3.7 WAR
CF Joaquin De Los Santos (MIN) - .296/.332/.390, 351 AB, 1 HR, 31 SB, 104 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
CF D.J. Leverton (TOR) - .285/.329/.433, 390 AB, 8 HR, 30 SB, 120 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
RF Kenneth Shah (OAK) - .343/.359/.453, 382 AB, 18 SB, 135 wRC+, 3.1 WAR
RF Yan Stifter (CLE) - .316/.346/.392, 339 AB, 4 HR, 119 wRC+, 2.8 WAR

National League:

SP Beltran Aguilar (SD) - 10-8, 2.21 ERA, 179.1 IP, 1.09 WHIP, 2.8 K/9, 3.3 WAR
SP A.J. Aranha (NYM) - 12-3, 1.80 ERA, 170.0 IP, 1.04 WHIP, 3.9 K/9, 3.3 WAR
SP Librado Dorado (ARI) - 7-4, 2.68 ERA, 131.0 IP, 1.31 WHIP, 4.9 K/9, 3.8 WAR
SP M.L. Morgan (PIT) - 9-7, 2.77 ERA, 146.1 IP, 1.25 WHIP, 3.9 K/9, 3.2 WAR
SP Koby Webb (ATL) - 10-6, 2.65 ERA, 159.1 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 2.0 K/9, 3.5 WAR
SP Justin Zygmunt (MON) - 14-6, 2.06 ERA, 188.0 IP, 1.06 WHIP, 3.6 K/9, 5.1 WAR
CL David Izquierdo (PIT) - 4-6, 20 SV, 2.04 ERA, 53.0 IP, 1.26 WHIP, 8.0 K/9, 2.0 WAR
CL Boris St. Laurent (NYM) - 6-1, 18 SV, 0.91 ERA, 49.1 IP, 1.05 WHIP, 5.7 K/9, 1.5 WAR
CL Caiden Sullivan (MIL) - 6-3, 16 SV, 1.93 ERA, 56.0 IP, 0.88 WHIP, 4.8 K/9, 1.8 WAR
CL Mitchell Williams (ATL) - 3-1, 21 SV, 0.94 ERA, 47.2 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 1.0 WAR
C Brandon Peres (SD) - .275/.365/.364, 280 AB, 5 HR, 118 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
C Nathan Sanford (FLA) - .314/.357/.381, 299 AB, 1 HR, 117 wRC+, 2.6 WAR
1B Conly Devinn (SF) - .333/.421/.460, 363 AB, 7 HR, 161 wRC+, 4.1 WAR
2B Christian Anderson (CIN) - .286/.343/.358, 388 AB, 3 HR, 105 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
2B Nic Wiener (STL) - .334/.394/.476, 374 AB, 5 HR, 16 SB, 153 wRC+, 4.6 WAR
3B Kyle Matthews (STL) - .275/.386/.392, 342 AB, 4 HR, 6 SB, 132 wRC+, 2.2 WAR
SS Carter Dinn (NYM) - .307/.355/.394, 368 AB, 3 HR, 14 SB, 122 wRC+, 2.8 WAR
SS Bobby Helfer (PIT) - .297/.334/.346, 364 AB, 2 SB, 97 wRC+, 3.0 WAR
LF Leifur Aagaard (PIT) - .373/.413/.479, 263 AB, 4 HR, 4 SB, 163 wRC+, 3.0 WAR
LF Kelsey Sallee (SF) - .367/.403/.441, 381 AB, 2 HR, 146 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
CF Jeff Garcia (MIL) - .277/.348/.437, 350 AB, 2 HR, 37 SB, 117 wRC+, 3.4 WAR (Injured)
CF Thomas Hagan (ATL) - .318/.383/.454, 368 AB, 7 HR, 15 SB, 136 wRC+, 4.3 WAR
CF Jeremiah Inman (ARI) - .290/.372/.425, 414 AB, 2 HR, 13 SB, 133 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
RF Max Huber (LAD) - .311/.375/.435, 386 AB, 6 HR, 7 SB, 140 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
RF Vladimiro Trejo (FLA) - .281/.388/.412, 342 AB, 33 SB, 125 wRC+, 3.1 WAR (Injured)
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Achievements, June/July 1920

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MLB Career Milestones:
Kendrick Neely, Toronto Blue Jays - 2000 Hits

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Mano Maya, Wisconsin, A - 5K, 3BB
Freddy Whetstone, Lexington, A - 11K, 3BB
Menudo Sandoval, Inland Empire, A+ - 16K, 2BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
Menudo Sandoval, Inland Empire, A+ - 16K

6+ Hit Games:
Elijah Schneider, St. Louis Cardinals, MLB
Jesse Ray Thompson, Pennsylvania, IND

3+ HR Games:
Jim Nachreiner, Fort Wayne, A
Todd Stubbs, Louisville, AAA
Charles Crawford, Richmond, AA
Lisandro Santiago, Albuquerque, AAA

Cycles:
Dante Epps, San Jose, A+
Asier Consuegra, Mahoning Valley, A-
Billy Mapp, Helena, R
Jack Asher, Iowa, AAA
Nick Henderson, Kingsport, R
Elvis Odong, Clinton, A

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Leifur Aagaard, Pittsburgh Pirates, MLB - 26G
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Chris Adams, former top pitching prospect had a lot of injury issues in his career and retired as a result of a torn labrum.

MLB Owner Changes:
Baltimore Orioles sold from Chad Carroll to Moe Young
Oakland Athletics sold from Isamu Prezado to Jacob Garrison

MLB Records:
Yada Adisimah, Baltimore Orioles - 245 Hits in a season
Justin Zygmunt, Montreal Expos - His second pitching triple crown

MLB Career Milestones:
Aiden Massicotte, New York Mets - 2500 Hits
Aiden Shelton, Detroit Tigers - 250 Doubles
Vladimiro Trejo, Florida Marlins - 200 Triples
Samuela Fakahua, Atlanta Braves - 200 Triples

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Eric Shipp, Memphis, AAA - 7K, 3BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
George Reese, Rome, A
Josk Boban, Tampa(NYA), R
Bobby Murphy, York, IND
Audie Moreno, Memphis, AAA
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3+ HR Games:
Brantley Paddock, Bowling Green, A
Richard Colvin, Modesto, A+

Cycles:
Joshua Gedeon, Modesto, A+
Justin Rosales, West Virginia, A-

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Nolan Jenema, Long Island, IND - 31G
Nick Case, Grand Junction, R - 27G
Vince Hakonen, Albuquerque, AAA - 26G
Logan Spaulding, Omaha, AAA - 25G
Joshua Ham, Columbia, A - 31G
Wilin Donez, Charlotte, AAA - 30G
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1920 MLB Playoffs

The New York Mets win their first World Series.
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AL Top Pitcher: Theodore Della Francesca, RHP, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 6.5 WAR, 83 FIP-, 1.6 K/BB

NL Top Pitcher: Justin Zygmunt, RHP, Montreal Expos - 8.4 WAR, 74 FIP-, 3.7 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Jimmy Canales, SS, Detroit Tigers - 5.2 WAR, 107 wRC+, 26.7 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Branson McNair, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals - 4.6 WAR, 84 FIP-, 1.8 K/BB

AL Reliever of the Year: Kyle DeGroot, RHP, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 4.7 WPA, 82 FIP-, 1.3 K/BB
NL Reliever of the Year: Boris St. Laurent, RHP, New York Mets - 4.6 WPA, 73 FIP-, 2.0 K/BB
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