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Old 07-16-2019, 10:11 PM   #301
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Achievements, April/May 1975

MLB Owner Changes:
Los Angeles Angels owner Ethan Vadenais passes away, his son Kane Vadenais replaces him.

MLB Career Milestones:
Tony Gratton, Baltimore Orioles - 2000 H
Jameon Spry, San Francisco Giants - 300 HR
Rocky Farris, Detroit Tigers - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Dominic Wehba, Clearwater, A+ - 6K, 1BB
Evan Check, Texas Tech, NCAA - 10K, 3BB
Nelson Mejia, Houston, NCAA - 8K, 0BB, 1HBP
Isaac Hankin, Greensboro, A - 10K, 1BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Gary Toyota, Port St Lucie, FLHSAA - 17K
Bergen Watson, Allatoona, GHSA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Reed Roland, Wesleyan Christian Academy, NCHSAA - 30 G
Devin Wall, Brother Rice, IHSA - 32G
Jimmy Pugh, Florida State, NCAA - 25G
James Schertler, Farmington, NMAA - 29G
Monty Hutchinson, Minnesota, NCAA - 27G
Shawn Roth, Miami, NCAA - 29G
Ezra Romo, Voorheesville, NYSPHAA - 26G

7 H Games:
Reed Roland, Wesleyan Christian Academy, NCHSAA
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The top two draftees were high school pitchers in 1975 and the Brewers selected Reese Chaplin first out of Volcano Vista. He is very raw, needing both the slider and changeup to appear before starting in the big leagues.

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The top college draftee was also a pitcher -- Kolten Triplett out of Villanova. He has five pitches and all nearly ready.

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Tom Moore was the first batter selected. He has no power, but tons of contact and speed.


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1975 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Sheldon Martin 1.84 LAA
C Micah Carmona 1.77 MIN
1B Seth Carey 4.40 MIN
1B Noah Ventura 3.47 TEX
2B Grady Fuller 3.22 KC
3B Herman Adams 4.14 SEA
SS Chi-Wei Weng 3.69 LAA
LF Luke Colon 2.22 KC
CF Tommy Jones 4.53 TOR
CF Esteban Arenas 3.00 BOS
RF Ben Johnson 3.29 TEX
RF Francisco Javier Bea 3.19 SEA
RF Leandro Reynoso 2.99 OAK
SP Keegan Banks 3.88 KC
SP Quinto Cruz 3.76 SEA
SP Giovanni Klein 3.71 TB
SP Silvester Siena 3.62 SEA
SP Earl Mason 3.29 CLE
RP Vern St. Clair 3.26 LAA
SP Yosvany Barona 3.22 MIN
SP Brooks Jones 3.04 TEX
SP Draco Gresham 2.53 SEA
RP Amando Manriquez 1.24 TEX
RP Kayden Yurt 0.94 BOS
RP Eusebio Cajina 0.57 OAK


National League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Davin Hallman 2.56 COL
C Timo Fernandez 2.50 FLA
1B Jonah Bartlett 2.79 ARI
2B Emanuel Teran 2.66 COL
3B Chris Hall 2.48 NYM
SS Rory Benitez 3.66 PIT
SS Rocco Hollinger 2.90 NYM
LF Alexis Backus 2.59 PHI
CF Eiji Kawashima 3.56 SD
CF E.J. Kratz 3.44 STL
RF Sydney Hazard 3.38 LAD
RF Joseph Tucker 3.32 NYM
RF Alister Funk 2.58 MON
SP Levi Rodgers 4.00 COL
SP Ezra Barajas 3.55 STL
SP Thomas Salas 3.53 MIL
SP Jayce Puryear 3.15 STL
SP Dylan Harrell 2.90 CIN
SP A.J. Percey 2.84 SD
SP Aaron Anastasio 2.62 LAD
SP Brian Shannon 2.60 STL
RP Walter Vargo 2.14 SD
RP Jeff Vandermeulen 1.23 PHI
RP Mason Klanke 1.13 SD
RP Dylan Mortenson 0.89 STL
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Achievements, June through October 1975

MLB Owner Changes:
San Francisco Giants sold from Owen Mansbach to Jase O'Neil

MLB Career Milestones:
Moe Fay, Cleveland Indians - 300 HR
Rio Aldrich, Pittsburgh Pirates - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Remington Charles, Wilmington, A+ - 5K, 1BB
Larry DiCandia, Harrisburg, AA - 4K, 3BB
Lloyd Washington, Rome, A - 9K, 2BB
Eddie Shrout, Lake Elsinore, A+ - 6K, 2BB
Ben Priebe, Louisville, AAA - 4K, 1BB
Kayden Ferguson, Tampa, R - 16K, 1BB
Stan Sipe, Fort Myers, R - 11K, 1BB
Reid Denton, Hickory, A - 18K, 1BB
Paul Verdin, Oklahoma City, AAA - 6K, 3BB
Drew Giardina, St. Lucie, A+ - 3K, 1BB

17+ Strikeout Games:

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Grady Fuller, Kansas City, MLB - 32G
Felix Larson, Kannapolis, A - 30G
Quentin Kennedy, Boise, A- - 27G
Gabriel Walter, Iowa, AAA - 27G
Harrison Barna, Hickory, A - 28G

4 HR Games:
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1975 MLB Playoffs

The Padres destroyed the Dbacks dreams en route to their 7th World Series victory.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Ben Johnson, RF, Texas Rangers - 6.5 WAR, 145 wRC+, 8.2 ZR

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AL J.P. Avila Award: Keegan Banks, LHP, Kansas City Royals - 6.2 WAR, 82 FIP-, 1.3 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Jonah Bartlett, 1B, Arizona Diamondbacks - 6.3 WAR, 138 wRC+, 15.3 ZR

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NL J.P. Avila Award: Thomas Salas, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers - 5.7 WAR, 84 FIP-, 1.9 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Noah Ventura, 1B, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 5.6 WAR, 140 wRC+, 14.2 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Nelson Luo, CF, Florida Marlins - 6.0 WAR, 142 wRC+, 11.2 ZR
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Tsuneyoshi Yamashida, 1B

Yamashida retires as the best 1B in MLB history. Two teams had their hands on Yamashida until he landed with the Mariners. The Pirates drafted him, he didn't sign, the Cubs drafted him, he did sign, and then he was traded to the Mariners. He stayed with the team from 1956 through 1972 before spending two years with the Phillies in his 40s. He had three uniform numbers with the team, switching about every 8 years. Yamashida spread 10 seasons of 5-6 WAR over his 18 years in the league and is easily the best Japanese player of all-time, becoming the first player born in the country to make the Hall of Fame.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 9th overall in 1953 by the Pirates out of Miami
Drafted 4th overall in 1954 by the Cubs

MLB Awards: 5 Youssef Raadouni GG, 5 AS, 1 SS

Career Stats: 12032 PA, 2764 H, 356 HR, 1 SB, .344 wOBA, 123 wRC+, 227.4 ZR, 81.4 WAR, 62.5 JAWS

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Nelson Castro, RF

Castro finishes his career with the second-most hits all-time, only 19 behind the career record-holder, Arnold White. He is just the third ever to break the 3,000 hit plateau. His contact and speed were elite for many years and his eye was generally above average, but he did not have much power. He did his best to lead the Reds to a title in 1964 when he won MVP recognition in both the Division and League Championship Series, but the team fell short. He was part of the 1971 Rangers World Series team.

Initial Acquisition: Signed in 1951 with the Reds out of Venezuela

MLB Awards: 6 AS, 5 SS, 1 WS, 2 PMVP

Career Stats: 11937 PA, 3234 H, 115 HR, 303 SB, .351 wOBA, 128 wRC+, -108.5 ZR, 58.1 WAR, 46.9 JAWS

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Carlo Arias, RHP

Arias spent his entire career with the Red Sox and was part of the team in their back-to-back World Series wins in 1973 and 1974. In 1968, he pitched two games in which he allowed one hit and one walk, which was the closest he ever got to a no-hitter. In 1969, he pitched 207+ innings and only allowed three home runs.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 2nd overall in 1958 by the Red Sox out of Arizona

MLB Awards: 1 J.P. Avila Award, 1 Youssef Raadouni GG, 3 AS, 2 WS

Career Stats: 3372.3 IP, 1002 BB, 2052 K, 3.36 FIP, 89 FIP-, 62.5 WAR, 59.4 JAWS

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Bama Johnson, C

In this new era of catching productivity, Johnson slots in just below Brantley Mackay and between legends Eddie Lopp and Morton Zepp. He provided solid offense and defense over a 16-year career for the White Sox, Dodgers, and Cardinals.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 50th overall in 1955 by the White Sox out of Steele Canyon

MLB Awards: 3 Youssef Raadouni GG, 3 AS, 1 PMVP

Career Stats: 7483 PA, 1678 H, 136 HR, 83 SB, .304 wOBA, 97 wRC+, 18.4 ZR, 39.1 WAR, 32 JAWS

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Frank Elliott, CF

Elliott provided legendary defense at centerfield over a decade for the Pirates, Twins, Yankees, Dbacks, Mariners, and Marlins, winning the Gold Glove for four different teams and in both leagues. His offensive value was primarly based on contact and baserunning but was still slightly below average for his career.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 37th overall in 1956 by the Pirates out of Brother Rice

MLB Awards: 8 Youssef Raadouni GG, 1 AS

Career Stats: 8031 PA, 1886 H, 136 HR, 252 SB, .293 wOBA, 90 wRC+, 185.4 ZR, 49.7 WAR, 40.3 JAWS

Holden Neal, 1B

Neal led the league twice in HR but had a relatively short career of 12 years compared to those who typically make the Hall of Fame, especially in this era. He started nearly every game at 1B for the Royals in the 1960s but began some injury problems in the 1970s with a broken kneecap and strained lat that may have contributed to his shorter career.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 12th overall in 1958 by the Cubs out of San Jose State
Drafted 17th overall in 1959 by the Royals

MLB Awards: 3 AS, 2 SS

Career Stats: 8439 PA, 1937 H, 324 HR, 6 SB, .347 wOBA, 125 wRC+, 18.3 ZR, 43.7 WAR, 36.5 JAWS
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Reliever of the Year Award Name Changes

In 1976 in the real world, the Rolaids Relief Man Award was established to honor the top relief pitcher. We have now reached 1976 in this league and I will be renaming the Reliever of the Year award in each league (excluding the minor leagues) in honor of a particularly memorable pitcher. The pitcher awarded with the honor doesn't necessarily have to have been a reliever in the feeder league as long as they were a reliever in the major leagues.

MLB: Tim Beckman
The MLB Reliever Award was just as easy of a decision as the overall Pitcher Award. Beckman is still the only reliever in the Hall of Fame and with good reason. Beckman no longer holds the record for the most saves in a career but 63 years after retiring, he is still in the top three. He is still easily the reliever with the most career win probability added and WAR. Dave Papcun and C.J. Steiner are the two pitchers with more saves and Jonathan Altamirano, Jonathan Hiatt, Leif Coffey, and Keven Allen are all relievers worth mentioning in the tier below Beckman.

NCAA: Leif Coffey (Stanford Cardinal)
This was a very difficult choice, with many legitimate relievers worthy of the title. In the end, Coffey won because of his sweet (bitter?) name. No, he was the best choice who happens to have a very unique moniker. The second choice was P.J. Clark who had very similar MLB and NCAA career totals to Coffey but slightly lower and over a shorter timeframe. Clark only pitched 12 years in the majors while Coffey pitched for parts of 17. Another option was Keven Allen but his MLB career was also very short and he too recently retired in comparison to the other candidates. Howard Osborne had possibly the best NCAA career of any reliever but didn't show the same success in the Major Leagues. Fabian Ricci, Caiden Sullivan, and Boris St. Laurent were all on the board as well.

California Interscholastic Federation (CIF): Dave Papcun (Elk Grove Thundering Herd)
This award came down to either Papcun or Evan Hartsook. Both were starters in high school who transitioned to relievers as professionals. In Hartsook's case, he went to college at Kentucky after high school, while Papcun went directly to Rookie ball. Hartsook has the edge in some MLB stats and Reliever of the Year awards, but he did pitch in lower leverage situations and finish his career with fewer saves than Papcun. Papcun is the current career record-holder in MLB saves so it seems appropriate to name an award after him. He attended the same high school as the California Pitcher of the Year Award namesake -- Auggie Lee. The two actually played together in 1913 and 1914. 1913 happens to be the second-worst year the Thundering Herd have ever had--they finished 14-26 and dead last in the CIF.

Florida High School Athletic Association (FLHSAA): Treyton Murph (IMG Academy Ascenders)
Murph was a beast of a starter in high school who made an MLB all-star team as a reliever in 1913. In high school, he was Pitcher of the Year and MVP his Sophomore year and was in the running for the top pitching award in his freshman and junior seasons as well. He finished in the top three for MLB Reliever of the Year twice and won a World Series with the Astros in 1910.

Georgia High School Association (GHSA): Patrick Trezeguet (Lovett Lions)
Trezeguet also won both Pitcher of the Year and MVP in high school, but unlike Murph, his took place in his junior season. He turned from starter to reliever in professional ball, though he did have a few games started in the minors and one in the majors. In 1914, he was awarded the AL Reliever of the Year and throughout his career he made three all-star teams for the Orioles, Dbacks, and Padres.

Illinois High School Association (IHSA): Corbin Cuva (Mount Carmel Caravan)
The Brewers retired Cuva's number 11 in 1947 in honor of his distinguished career. He went to four all-star games and won two Reliever of the Year awards, finishing in the top three in three other years.

New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA): Jonathan Hiatt (West Babylon Eagles)
Hiatt had an impressive MLB WPA total of 34.4, which is still third all-time for relievers behind Beckman and Altamirano. Most of his value took place in four dominant years with the Royals from 1907 through 1910 where he made the all-star team every year and won Reliever of the Year three times. Eduardo Gonzalez edged him out in 1908. As a high school starter, Hiatt wasn't terribly impressive--he didn't finish in the top three of any awards--but he did only attend for three years.

New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA): Dominic Burkhardt (Farmington Scorpions)
Burkhardt didn't have a high MLB WAR total but he was a dependable closer and is currently 19th all-time in career saves. He made two all-star teams with the Tigers and finished the top three for AL Reliever of the Year twice. He was actually a reliever in High School as well and won the NMAA Reliever of the Year award twice. Lawrence Salmons and Zach Dresner were other possibilities but both are still active, while Burkhardt retired 49 years ago.

North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA): Courtland Stufflebeam (Edenton Holmes Aces)
Another Reliever of the Year Award namesake who wins just on name alone. His resume is pretty good too, though. He went to four MLB all-star games and was a four time Reliever of the Year winner in the Majors. He won NCHSAA Reliever of the Year three times also and repeated the feat in the minors one year as well. No other NCHSAA pitcher has come close to Stufflebeam's award total but Clement Link and Charlie Dwyer both had similar MLB value.

Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA): Borya Yevgenyan (Sheldon Irish)
Yevgenyan is the only non-American reliever to have an award named after him. He was born in Kajaran, Armenia. Like Wyatt Overton, the OSAA Gold Glove award namesake, he too played for Sheldon, though Yevgenyan is 37 years Overton's senior. He was a four-time MLB all-star and three-time reliever of the year, and won the award twice in high school.

Texas University Interscholastic League (TUIL): C.J. Steiner (El Dorado Aztecs)
Steiner's number 7 was retired by the San Francisco Giants, thanks to his contributions to the team throughout the 1930s and early 1940s. He was a five-time all-star and did win Reliever of the Year in 1941. He also won the honor once in high school and finished in the top three once. In 1926 as a Sophomore, he finished second in the Pitcher of the Year voting when he started the only five games of his career.

Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA): Tupac Kenan (Ashwaubenon Jaguars)
Kenan's Major League resume is admittedly one of the lightest of this list but he is the most deserving of the Wisconsin-based relievers. He finished with 237 career MLB saves and twice finished third in the AL Reliever of the Year voting. He did win the award once in high school. Tupac's crowning achievement was in 1925 as a member of the World Champion Atlanta Braves.
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Finn Bishop moved into the major leagues which opened up the top spot for Negron D'Angelo. His power is still not showing up but he'll finally get his chance in full-season ball with Fort Wayne this year.

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Reese Chaplin, the Brewers' first overall pick from 1975 is now the top pitching prospect. He has three pitches outside of his changeup but definitely struggles with control.


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1976 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Logan Galloway 1.87 OKST
P Collin Yanero 1.83 SDSU
P Kevin Hartwick 1.74 ASU
P Butch Lerma 1.71 RO
P Prophet James 1.65 NEB
P Milton Arredondo 1.59 TUL
P Nicky Smith 0.28 AUB
P Mark Alamo 0.25 TCU
C Jacob Greer 1.08 OSU
C Afandi Nazari 0.59 GH
1B Robert Bennett 1.81 FSU
2B Hunter Griffith 1.70 UNC
3B Gunnar Hinton 1.39 PSU
3B Randy Stevens 1.08 ARK
SS Landon Long 1.62 GEO
SS Blake Pratt 1.31 MICH
LF Hendrix Brantley 1.63 UCLA
LF Taylor Shea 1.27 USC
CF Milan Edwards 1.02 MICH
RF Cristian Tolon 1.59 ECP


Team 2:

position name war school
P Alex Bryant 2.13 DUK
P Phil Clauss 1.64 CLE
P Zion Phillip 1.62 LOY
P J.D. Hudak 1.46 WV
P Lew Sewell 1.27 UNM
P Todd George 1.07 SJRS
P Rich Graham 0.57 SCB
P Steny Parsons 0.08 VAN
C Theodore Sullivan 1.10 SJRS
C Cristian Hazlett 0.97 BYU
1B Lloyd Bailey 1.43 SHP
1B Nicky Tarwater 1.40 OK
1B Jeremy Enriquez 1.35 WSS
2B Owen Higgins 1.23 UC
3B Cooper Ellison 1.45 ECP
SS Felix Macri 1.54 UC
LF Scott Barrett 1.57 NEB
LF Abdullah Allen 1.21 STAN
CF Clark Hornsby 1.33 MD
RF Sosa Maeda 1.43 KAN
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1976 College Playoffs

Hugh Carey graduated from St. John's in 1942 and received his law degree from the school in 1951. He spent 14 years as a member of the U.S House of Representatives and was just elected governer of New York in 1974. This is St. John's record-tying (Florida, Ohio State) 4th Championship.
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Achievements, April/May 1976

MLB Owner Changes:
Minnesota Twins owner Archie Armendariz passes away, his son Archie Armendariz Jr. replaces him

MLB Career Milestones:
Jaden Guerrero, Pittsburgh - 2000 H
Chuck Allison, Boston - 2000 H
Sherman Deganello, Atlanta - 2000 H
Tony Snow, San Francisco - 2000 H
Geraldo Boyun, New York Mets - 2500 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Theodosio Vega, Cypress, CIF - 8K, 0BB, 1ERR
Paul Rovner, Fresno State, NCAA - 8K, 0BB, 1ERR
Montana Batie, Southlake Carroll, TUIL - 10K, 2BB
Matthew DiGennaro, Hidden Valley, OSAA - 8K, 3BB
Avery Henson, North Cobb, GHSA - 8K, 3BB
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Silvester Siena, Seattle, MLB - 6K, 1BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Jeremiah Rowe, Plant, FLHSAA - 17K
Drake Calcavecchia, Carmel, IHSA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Shawn Brown, Volcano Vista, NMAA - 25G
J.J. Bernard, Clemson, NCAA - 25G
Connor Malin, Denmark, WIAA - 33G
Francisco Rocha, Limestone, IHSA - 27G
Lincoln Burton, Rice, NCAA - 25G
Marco Huizar, Lake Elsinore, A+ - 25G
Jack Travis, Leesville Road, NCHSAA - 29G
Warner Pulliam, Fordham, NCAA - 26G
Marcos Gallegos, Buffalo, AAA - 30G
Frederic Duch, Rochester, AAA - 25G

4 HR Games:
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The top draftee this year was an injured high school pitcher -- Benjamin Belford. He already signed with the Dodgers and has five possible pitches with elite stuff.

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The top college draftee was a familiar hitter -- Milan Edwards. He was drafted second overall by the Cardinals in 1973 but did not sign and went to the University of Michigan, where he won the Phoenix Amoss MVP award in 1975.


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1976 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Sheldon Martin 2.84 LAA
C Dusty Antunez 2.70 SEA
1B Seth Carey 3.52 MIN
2B Marcus Davis 2.99 SEA
3B Herman Adams 3.53 SEA
SS Andrew Boyce 4.52 CHA
SS Patrick Paz 4.12 NYY
SS Flint Baker 3.74 TEX
LF Franklin Garcia 5.19 BOS
CF R.J. Gutierrez 4.73 SEA
CF Tommy Jones 4.18 TOR
CF Esteban Arenas 4.11 BOS
RF Ben Johnson 4.22 TEX
SP Yosvany Barona 4.79 MIN
SP Elvin Hayward 3.71 TOR
SP Rueben Westbrook 3.52 LAA
SP Silvester Siena 3.35 SEA
SP Joe Rhodes 3.23 CHA
SP Tyler Eagan 3.00 CHA
SP Aiden Weeks 2.93 LAA
SP John H. Evans 2.50 BOS
RP Zach Dresner 1.71 KC
RP Lee Metzmeier 1.64 TEX
RP Matthew Yoo 1.62 CLE
RP Declan Wagner 0.42 BOS


National League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Geno Pippin 2.65 MON
C Rocky Farris 1.81 NYM
1B Lee Boilard 2.94 SD
2B Kent Burchett 3.74 SD
2B Henry Conrad 3.05 ATL
3B Sawyer Daw 3.26 ARI
SS Rocco Hollinger 4.82 NYM
SS Rory Benitez 4.16 PIT
LF Heath Houser 2.92 PIT
CF Victor Valenzuela 3.27 CIN
RF Tony Snow 3.59 SF
RF Alister Funk 3.14 MON
RF Joseph Tucker 3.02 NYM
SP Ezra Barajas 5.21 STL
SP Levi Rodgers 4.04 COL
SP Jo Ibuado 3.65 PHI
SP Hunfredo Hinostroza 3.49 ARI
SP Kenneth Hall 3.16 PIT
SP Cyrus Mossbarger 3.06 FLA
SP Jo Jo Rinehart 2.96 SF
SP Austin Amaya 2.85 CIN
RP Peter Skinner 2.25 COL
RP Cristian Jimenez 1.59 SF
RP James Short 1.31 NYM
RP Peter Bidot 1.00 CHC
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Achievements, June through October 1976

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MLB Career Milestones:
Timo Fernandez, Florida - 2500 H
Rio Aldrich, Milwaukee - 400 HR
Tony Gratton, Cincinnati - 300 HR
Julian Foreman, Houston - 2000 H
Ezra Barajas, St. Louis - Pitching Triple Crown
Despite the win being an incredibly flawed stat and ERA having its own issues, this is still a great achievement. Justin Zygmunt did it twice (1916, 1920) and Ponce Osornio did it once (1953).

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Wade Mercado, Fort Wayne, A - 7K, 4BB
Dave Barnes, West Virginia, A - 6K, 1Bb
Zach Cranfield, Sacramento, AAA - 2K, 3BB
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J.C. Hansen, Viera, R - 10K - PERFECT GAME
Jason Jennings, Charleston, A - 8K, 1BB
Alex Zacarias, Toledo, AAA - 3K, 4BB
Jim Gordon, Fort Myers, R - 5K, 1BB
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Ryan Steffens, Buffalo, AAA - 5K - PERFECT GAME
Ben Morrison, San Diego, MLB - 5K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Alfonso Zandoval, Charleston, A - 17K
Jess McAvoy, Lakewood, A - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Dalt McLaughlin, Oklahoma City, AAA - 27G
Gavin McAllister, Lancaster, A+ - 29G
Nathan Caldera, Tampa Bay, MLB - 26G

4 HR Games:
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1976 MLB Playoffs

The Padres made it back to yet another World Series, but the Red Sox beat them and got their revenge for the 1951 matchup in which the Padres won four games to three. This is the Red Sox third championship in four years.
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1976 MLB Award Winners

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AL Tomas Reed MVP: R.J. Gutierrez, CF, Seattle Mariners - 9.0 WAR, 129 wRC+, 18.3 ZR

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AL J.P. Avila Award: Yosvany Barona, RHP, Minnesota Twins - 8.2 WAR, 69 FIP-, 3.4 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Ezra Barajas, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals - 8.2 WAR, 72 FIP-, 4.7 K/BB
Barajas's triple crown season makes him the first NL pitcher to win an MVP since Hall of Famer John Kalinoski in 1936.

NL J.P. Avila Award: Ezra Barajas, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals - 8.2 WAR, 72 FIP-, 4.7 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Roger Naylor, SS, Texas Rangers - 2.9 WAR, 113 wRC+, 8.5 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Allen Thompson, 1B, San Francisco Giants - 4.0 WAR, 116 wRC+, 17.6 ZR
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1976 Hall of Fame

Ryuzaburo Yamazaki, 2B

Yamazaki was born in Sakai, Japan and in 1957 went to college in the United States. He had a very up-and-down career with the Royals, some years putting up below-average production, some putting up MVP-level stats. He was primarily a contact hitter and was at best average at second base. Once he turned 33, his defense was so bad, he may have served the team better as a DH. He did lead the league in SLG in 1971.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 40th overall in 1960 by the Royals out of Arkansas

MLB Awards: 3 AS, 4 SS, 1 PMVP

Career Stats: 7951 PA, 1972 H, 216 HR, 189 SB, .336 wOBA, 117 wRC+, -62.2 ZR, 43.1 WAR, 39.0 JAWS

Christian Lonergan, RHP

Lonergan had a steady and elite career but it wasn't quite long enough for the Hall of Fame. He won two J.P. Avila Awards in 1970 and 1971 and came in 2nd for the Tomas Reed MVP in 1970. However, when he turned 32, his production really started to drop off a cliff. He did have an elbow strain that may have pushed his decay along more quickly, but that was his only extended injury in his career.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 134th overall in 1961 by the Brewers out of Texas Tech

MLB Awards: 2 J.P. Avila, 2 AS

Career Stats: 2931.7 IP, 533 BB, 1690 K, 3.24 FIP, 90 FIP-, 53.5 WAR, 43.9 JAWS

Edgardo Brito, LF

Brito signed with the Twins as a 17-year old with average potential. His contact fully developed and it brought a surprising amount of power along with it. He set the Twins record for doubles and finished fourth in HR in team history. He did have a few injuries, fracturing his thumb, straining his back multiple times, and fracturing his hand. Altogether though, he did have a very strong peak and a career of which to be proud.

Initial Acquisition: Signed in 1957 with the Twins out of the Dominican Republic

MLB Awards: 1 ROY, 2 AS

Career Stats: 7600 PA, 1949 H, 195 HR, 28 SB, .340 wOBA, 120 wRC+, 4.3 ZR, 40.1 WAR, 34.5 JAWS
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1977 has the same top two prospects as 1976 and in the same order. Negron D'Angelo has moved up to Triple-A and will more than likely make his MLB debut this year with the Padres (like they need help).

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Reese Chaplin is only in A+ this year but he's honestly ready for the upper levels of the minors already. That changeup probably isn't going to happen but his sinker, cutter, and slider are all nearly there.


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1977 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Collin Yanero 1.97 SDSU
P Jay Garcia 1.72 WASH
P Gabriel Paquette 1.57 MIA
P Caleb Regan 1.47 TAMU
P Timo Alvarez 1.31 LBSU
P Kordell Metzger 1.12 WSS
P Marcel Bryant 0.83 TCU
P Troy Schmidt 0.64 WV
C Axel McKinney 1.17 MSU
C Afandi Nazari 0.83 GH
1B Nicolas Cruz 1.45 VIR
2B Lonnie Bauer 1.57 SCG
3B Gunnar Hinton 2.62 PSU
SS Ben Brizzee 1.62 UCSB
SS Jeff Kent 1.27 CLE
LF Jimmy Ray 2.10 SCB
LF Abdullah Allen 1.91 STAN
LF Taylor Shea 1.50 USC
CF Jaxson Cybulski 1.86 WSU
RF Logan Carlson 2.09 FOR


Team 2:

position name war school
P Liam Ferrell 1.97 BAY
P John Moala 1.42 IOWA
P Tony Champagne 1.32 IND
P J.D. Hudak 1.31 WV
P Deelon Taylor 1.26 FSU
P Donovan Mullins 1.25 ASU
P Antonio Germain 0.34 VIL
P Regis Rivera 0.27 BC
C Thomas Nunez 1.02 SDSU
C Cristian Hazlett 1.00 BYU
1B Robert Bennett 1.05 FSU
2B Joel O'Connor 1.77 PIT
3B Cooper Ellison 1.52 ECP
SS Dylan Austin 1.39 PIT
SS Owen Shawn 1.33 ILL
SS Logan Eager 1.29 UHC
LF Hendrix Brantley 1.96 UCLA
LF Jackson Leggett 1.53 ECP
CF Jake Pristinja 1.06 PENN
RF Ben Slack 1.67 HCC
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