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Old 05-11-2019, 05:42 PM   #1
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The Impossible Infinity Gauntlet

What a daunting title!

What is the Impossible Infinity Gauntlet?

What I have done is taken every team from 1901 to 2018 and seeded them by victory total. Then loss total. Then year record was achieved. And lastly by alphabetical order.

Then the very last seeds will face each other in a Best of Seven 2-3-2 format. The winner will face the next higher seed and so forth.

Each series settings will be based on the year of the higher seeded team. This includes use of the designated hitter.

Yes, this seeding rules will be unfair to teams in strike-shortened or war-shortened seasons but sometimes life isn't fair.

Opening Day rosters will be used.

I am not listing all the seeds at this time. That's too damn many!

But I will tell you the gauntlet will begin with the 1916 Philadelphia Athletics taking on the 1919 Philadelphia Athletics. Based on 1919 settings.

The winner will face the 1981 Toronto Blue Jays.

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1916 PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS VS 1919 PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS

The 1916 Philadelphia Athletics finished with a record of 36-117 and are in the conversation for Worst Team of All Time. As Bad As It Gets is a book that details the story of the 1916 Philadelphia Athletics.

The 1919 Athletics also won only 36 games while losing 104. They are, however, largely forgotten thanks in no small part to the Black Sox Scandal.

GAME ONE
Fittingly, this battle went into extra innings. Walt Kinney did not give up an earned run in the first nine innings but the 1919 Athletics committed four errors in those nine innings and the game headedinto the tenth tied at two. In the bottom of the tenth, Red Shannon hit an RBI single with runners at first and second and one out to give 1919 the walk off win.
Final score: 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 3 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 2 10 innings.

GAME TWO
1916 just crushed 1919! The 1916 Athletics scored eight runs in the second inning and rolled to an easy win.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 11 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 4.

GAME THREE
What comes around goes around. The 1919s jumped out to a 9-0 lead, beginning with a four run first and cruised to a 2-1 series lead.
Final score: 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 12 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5.

GAME FOUR
The 1916s broke open a close game with a four run fifth and held on to even the series again. Wally Schang hit a two run single that was the big blow of the inning.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 7 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 4.

GAME FIVE
The 1916s went into the bottom of the ninth down by two. Rube Oldring tied the game with a two run double. Nap Lajoie then won it with a two out RBI single.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 4.

GAME SIX
The first elimination game of the gauntlet is decided by a single run. Amos Strunk hit an RBI double in the top of the fifth and the 1916s held on to eliminate the 1919s.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 3 1919 Philadelphia Athletics 2.

1916 Philadelphia Athletics win the series 4-2.

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1916 PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS VS 1981 TORONTO BLUE JAYS
The 1981 Toronto Blue Jays went 37-69 in the strike shortened season. This will be the first series to see the DH in play. The winner will face the 1935 Boston Braves.

GAME ONE
The Athletics made it four wins in a row. They doubled the Blue Jays hit total to go up 1-0 in the series.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 2.

GAME TWO
The Athletics overcame an early 5-0 deficit to force extra innings. But, in the bottom of the tenth, Otto Velez sent the Canadian fans home happy with a walk off RBI single.
Final score: 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 6 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5 10 innings.

GAME THREE
Mark Bomback didn't need much run support but that didn't stop the Blue Jays from pouring it on. Otto Velez hit a double and a home run as the Blue Jays crushed the Athletics.
Final score: 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 10 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 2.

GAME FOUR
In the opening series of the gauntlet, the 1916 Philadelphia Athletics found themselves down 2-1 before winning three straight. Now, they find themselves down 2-1 again. Despite committing four errors, they out hit the Blue Jays 11-5 to win.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 2.

GAME FIVE
The Athletics are one win away from advancing again. Bullet Joe Bush went the distance.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 7 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 2.

GAME SIX
The Blue Jays must have gone back on strike.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 14 1981 Toronto Blue Jays 3.

1916 Philadelphia Athletics win series 4-2.

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You have gone mad. You are truly mad.

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1916 PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS VS 1935 BOSTON BRAVES
The Braves were almost as bad as the Athletics, posting an abysmal record of 38-115. 40 year old Babe Ruth signed with the 1935 Braves. The winner moves on to face the 1904 Washington Senators.

GAME ONE
Aren't the Athletics supposed to be the worst team of all time? Nap Lajoie hit a two run double in the top of the third and Bullet Joe Bush went the distance.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 6 1935 Boston Braves 2.

GAME TWO
Damn! Jing Johnson gets the complete game shutout. And that's just the beginning of the problems for the Braves.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 15 1935 Boston Braves 0.

GAME THREE
And home team falls to 0-3 in the series. The Braves rally from down 2-0 to win late.
Final score: 1935 Boston Braves 4 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 3.

GAME FOUR
The Athletics continue to find success in Game Fours. Elmer Myers allows just four hits and Amos Strunk scores four times.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 10 1935 Boston Braves 2.

GAME FIVE
For the first time in the gauntlet, the Athletics failed to finish a team off in an elimination game. Fred Frankhouse two hit the Athletics.
Final score: 1935 Boston Braves 1 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 0.

GAME SIX
The Braves fail to win a single game at home in the series. Jing Johnson allowed just one run and the Athletics continue to climb the gauntlet.
Final score: 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 4 1935 Boston Braves 1.

1916 Philadelphia Athletics win the series 4-2.



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1916 PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS VS 1904 WASHINGTON SENATORS
The Senators lost 113 games in 1904 while winning just 38. The winner of this series will face the 1981 Chicago Cubs.

GAME ONE
Can the Athletics run finally be brought to an end? In the bottom of the eighth, Jake Stahl tied the game with an RBI double and Jack Thoney brought Stahl home with a single to give the Senators the series opener.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 6 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5.

GAME TWO
The Senators appeared on their way to a 2-0 series lead. But, in the top of the ninth, Wally Schang hit a bases loaded triple with two out to tie the score. Then, in the bottom of the eleventh, Patsy Donovan hit a bases loaded single and the Senators took a walk off win.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 6 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 5 11 innings.

GAME THREE
The Athletics committed six errors, three in the ninth inning and now face the possibility of being swept.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 4 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 3.

GAME FOUR
The sweep is complete and the Athletics are finally eliminated! The Senators out hit Philadelphia 13-6.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 7 1916 Philadelphia Athletics 4.

1904 Washington Senators win the series 4-0

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Interesting concept. Do you reset the pitching rotation between each series?
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Interesting concept. Do you reset the pitching rotation between each series?
Yes. It starts over each series.

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1904 WASHINGTON SENATORS VS 1981 CHICAGO CUBS
These are last two teams left in the gauntlet who won less than 40 games. The Cubs are the second team in the gauntlet from the 1981 split season strike year. The winner will face the expansion 1962 New York Mets.

GAME ONE
Casey Patten pitched eight solid innings to lead the Senators to an opening game win on the road. He got great offensive support as the Senators collected 13 hits. Bill Coughlin led the hit parade with three singles.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 5 1981 Chicago Cubs 1.

GAME TWO
The Senators end up taking both games in Chicago and head home with a 2-0 lead in the series. Bill Coughlin broke a 2-2 tie with a two-run double in the top of the sixth and the Senators put it away in the eighth thanks to two Cubs errors.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 7 1981 Chicago Cubs 2.

GAME THREE
The Senators are one win away from sweeping this series and winning the Under 40 Wins Bracket of the gauntlet. The Senators scored all five runs in the third inning. The Cubs committed three more errors and have not scored more than two runs in any of the games of this series.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 5 1981 Chicago Cubs 2.

GAME FOUR
The Cubs found some offense to stay alive. Leon Durham went 3 for 4, including a two-run triple in the top of the seventh with the Cubs clinging to a 4-3 lead.
Final score: 1981 Chicago Cubs 7 1904 Washington Senators 3.

GAME FIVE
Still facing elimination, the Cubs scored twice in the top of the fifth to take a 2-0 lead. The Senators answered with three in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead for good. The Cubs were held to two runs or less in all four losses.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 5 1981 Chicago Cubs 2.

1904 Washington Senators win the series 4-1.

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1904 WASHINGTON SENATORS VS 1962 NEW YORK METS
The Senators have only lost one game in two series combined. The Mets were an expansion team in 1962 and went 40-120. The winner will face the 1981 San Diego Padres.

GAME ONE
The Mets scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to break a 2-2 tie and the Senators stranded the bases loaded in the topof the eighth. It was the Senators first road loss of the gauntlet.
Final score: 1962 New York Mets 5 1904 Washington Senators 3.

GAME TWO
Extra innings. In the top of the twelfth, Joe Cassidy hit a three run homer with two out as the Senators tied the series.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 4 1962 New York Mets 1 12 innings.

GAME THREE
The Senators want to forget this game ever happened. The Mets put up six runs in two different innings to take a 2-1 series lead.
Final score: 1962 New York Mets 16 1904 Washington Senators 5.

GAME FOUR
The Senators fell behind 3-0 in the first inning but rallied with a 5-run fifth to even the series again.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 7 1962 New York Mets 5.

GAME FIVE
Casey Patten pitched a 3-hit shutout and the Senators gave him plenty of run support to take a 3-2 series lead.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 7 1962 New York Mets 0.

GAME SIX
Al Orth pitched a two hit shutout to send the Senators into the next round in the gauntlet. The Mets failed to score a single run in the final 19 innings of the series.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 1 1962 New York Mets 0.

1904 Washington Senators win the series 4-2.

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1904 WASHINGTON SENATORS VS 1981 SAN DIEGO PADRES
The Senators have already beaten the 1981 Chicago Cubs. The Padres went 41-69 in the strike year of 1981. The winner will face the 1981 Minnesota Twins.

GAME ONE
Casey Patten continued to dominate the gauntlet, pitching eight innings of shutout ball. The Padres avoided the shutout with a couple runs in the bottom of the ninth but the Senators took Game One.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 5 1981 San Diego Padres 2.

GAME TWO
Juan Bonilla hit a one-out RBI single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Padres a series-evening walk off win.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 2 1904 Washington Senators 1.

GAME THREE
Rick Wise allowed just one run in nine innings to lift the Padres to a 2-1 series lead. Terry Kennedy had three hits and 3 RBI.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 6 1904 Washington Senators 1.

GAME FOUR
Tim Lollar and Gary Lucas combined to shut out the Senators and push the Padres to a 3-1 series lead.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 3 1904 Washington Senators 0.

GAME FIVE
The Senators broke away late, putting the game away with a four-run eighth to stay alive.
Final score: 1904 Washington Senators 8 1981 San Diego Padres 3.

GAME SIX
A five-run fourth put the game away early and sent the Padres into the next round.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 9 1904 Washington Senators 3.

1981 San Diego Padres win the series 4-2.

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1981 SAN DIEGO PADRES (41-69) VS 1981 MINNESOTA TWINS (41-68)

GAME ONE
Juan Eichelberger pitched eight innings of shutout ball and the Padres took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the ninth. But the Twins got three runs off Gary Lucas in the bottom of the ninth to take a 1-0 series lead. With the bases loaded and two out, Gary Ward hit a walk off two-run single.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 3 1981 San Diego Padres 2.

GAME TWO
The tables reversed. Three Twins relievers combined to blow a 5-1 lead in the top of the ninth.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 6 1981 Minnesota Twins 5.

GAME THREE
There would be no blown leadthis time. The Padres out hit the Twins 15-6 as Chris Welsh allowed just one run in 8.1 innings.
Final score: 1981 San Diego Padres 7 1981 Minnesota Twins 1.

GAME FOUR
Roger Erickson pitched a complete game shutout. Dave Engle hit a two-run homer.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 7 1981 San Diego Padres 0.

GAME FIVE
Dave Engle had a double, home run and three RBI to put the Twins one win away from advancing in the gauntlet.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 8 1981 San Diego Padres 2.

GAME SIX
Steve Mura pitched 7.2 scoreless innings and Ozzie Smith had three hits as the Padres forced a Game 7.
Final score 1981 San Diego Padres 6 1981 Minnesota Twins 0.

GAME SEVEN
It was fitting that the deciding game came down to a comeback. Trailing 7-1, the Twins scored seven in the sixth to advance to face the 1981 New York Mets.Dave Engle had a bases-loaded double in that sixth inning.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 9 1981 San Diego Padres 7.

1981 Minnesota Twins win the series 4-3.

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1981 MINNESOTA TWINS (41-68) AT 1981 NEW YORK METS (41-62)

GAME ONE
Jerry Koosman faced off against his old team. Koosman came just one out shy of a complete game shutout.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 5 1981 New York Mets 0.

GAME TWO
Brad Havens pitched a 5-hit shutout as the Mets failed to score a single run in two home games.
Final score: 1981 Minnesota Twins 3 1981 New York Mets 0.

GAME THREE
Dave Kingman broke a 21 inning scoreless drought for the Mets with a three run homer in the top of the fourth. The Twins rallied to tie the game at 5. In the top of the seventh, Kingman put the Mets back in the lead for good with a two run homer. The Mets scored seven runs in that seventh inning to cut the Twins lead to 2-1.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 12 1981 Minnesota Twins 5.

GAME FOUR
Home teams were now 0-4 in the series after four games. Hubie Brooks went 3 for 5 with a home run and 5 RBI as the Mets tied the series.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 7 1981 Minnesota Twins 3.

GAME FIVE
This was the last chance for the Twins to win a home game in this series. The Twins sent Jerry Koosman to the mound again but were out hit 12-6 as the road teams improved to 5-0 in the series.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 5 1981 Minnesota Twins 1.

GAME SIX
The good news for the Mets? They were one win away from advancing. The bad news? They were back home where they had not been able to score a single run in this series. But, going into the ninth inning, it was the Mets with the 1-0 lead. However, in the top of the ninth, the Twins loaded the bases with nobody out. Dave Engle tied the game with an RBI single. One out later, Ron D Jackson gave the Twins the lead with a two run single. Down by two in the bottom of the ninth, the Mets loaded the bases with nobody out. John Stearns hit an RBI single to make it a 1-run game. Mike Jorgensen tied the game with a sacrifice fly. With the bases loaded and two out, Joel Youngblood singled to send the Mets into the next series where they will face the 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 4 1981 Minnesota Twins 3.

1981 New York Mets win the series 4-2.

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1981 NEW YORK METS (41-62) AT 1952 PITTSBURGH PIRATES (42-112)

GAME ONE
The Mets were in great shape to make a decent run as the next several teams would have been seeded below the Mets had the Mets not played in a strike-shortened season. Pete Falcone went the distance to take the opener as the Pirates committed four errors.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 6 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 1.

GAME TWO
Pitcher's duel. Mike Scott and Bob Friend took their teams into the ninth inning of a scoreless tie. In the top of the eleventh, Mike Cubbage hit an RBI single off of Woody Main to break the scoreless tie and give the Mets a 2-0 series lead.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 1 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 11 innings.

GAME THREE
The Pirates came into the game having been held scoreless for 18 straight innings. The drought reached 21 innings before Ralph Kiner hit a solo home run in the top of the fourth. Trailing 4-0 in the bottom of the sixth, the Mets loaded the bases with nobody out but could only bring one of the runners home. The Mets continued to struggle in home games in the gauntlet, falling to 1-3 as the home team as the Pirates cut the Mets lead in the series to 2-1.
Final score: 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 6 1981 New York Mets 2.

GAME FOUR
Like the previous series, road teams were dominating this series. Dave Kingman was determined to end that trend as he hit a 3-run homer in the bottom of the first. Given a 4-0 lead after one, Pat Zachry put the Mets one win away from eliminating the Pirates.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 6 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 3.

GAME FIVE
With the Pirates facing elimination, Murry Dickson pitched a 5-hit shutout to force a Game Six.
Final score: 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 2 1981 New York Mets 0.

GAME SIX
The Mets held a 3-2 series lead and came into this game with a 5-0 record as the road team in the gauntlet. Mike Scott and Bob Friend matched up again. For seven innings, Scott matched his performance from Game Two. Bob Friend not so much. John Stearns and Hubie Brooks each had three hits to send the Mets into the next round to face the 1909 Washington Senators.
Final score: 1981 New York Mets 6 1952 Pittsburgh Pirates 1.

1981 New York Mets win the series 4-2.

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