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Friday, October 18, Year II

Not counting the 4,000 minor leaguers whose contracts are expiring, we have only 1 player who can be a free agent this off-season: RP Lou Hertzberg (31-L). He has been classified as a Type B free agent and I am tempted to let him go and grab the draft pick as we have quite a few young and talented looking left-handed relievers hanging around. But he is one of my favorites, especially since the scouts don't think he is worth a hoot, and none of the young lefties would probably match his 1.55 ERA in 87 IP. So I made him a contract offer of 3 years at $300,000 per season and he did not haggle at all and said he would consider it. We'll see, but he is probably in the fold.

As far as Arbitration is concerned, we have 6 players eligible. C Tod Schreck (32-R) will be non-tendered, so that leaves 5. I spoke to each of the 5 about a contract extension, but they all want more money that I think they are worth, except RP Don Schmidt (27-R), who wants $330,000 for 1 year. He was on a minimum salary ($50,000) for the past two years. I offered him $300,000 and he is considering it. C Dennis Webb (26-L) is considering an offer of $140,000 for 1 year. He was also on the minimum the past 2 season. RP Barry Chapman (27-R) will be taken to arbitration. SS Dave Lesley (27-R), who has also been paid the minimum, wants $630,000. We'll go to arbitration with him. The last one is C Dave Benya (27-S), who had a great half of a season. He made $65,000 this past year and wants $1 million plus to sign... If I knew that he could hit and play defense the way he did this past season for a full year, I would be happy to pay him the dough. But in Year I, he hit .220 with a .584 OPS... And he missed significant time to injury this year. So we will go to arbitration with him and hope to heck he does not get what he wants...

Owner Mickey Shenker (78) has bumped our budget just a tad to $16 million. It was $15.6 million this year. That leaves us 20th of the 24 teams. The Giants lead the way at $24.4 million. We need to get the fans coming out to see our games so we can have more money when all these great young players we have start needing some serious cash to hang around.

Also, 2B Paul Bouvet (26-R) and 1B Jeff Austin (30-R) are both getting big raises this year. Bouvet will get boosted from $1.1 million to $2 million ($2.9 million next year!) and Austin is getting bumped from $950,000 to $1.1 million. 3B Larry Sinchak (31-R) will hang around for another year at $1.8 million.

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Monday, October 21, Year II

We had bad news on P Lonny Tomski (28-R). He has suffered a setback in his recovery and needs additional surgery... The doctors say he probably will not be able to pitch until next June at the earliest....
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Tuesday, October 22, Year II

Both RP Lou Hertzberg (31-L) and C Dennis Webb (26-L) signed the contract offers we made to them today. Hertzberg will get $300,000 a year for 3 years. Webb will get $140,000 for 1 season.
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Friday, October 25, Year II

RP Don Schmidt (27-R) is signed for next season at $300,000 for 1 year.
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Saturday, October 26, Year II

Gold Gloves were announced to day.

National League
P Brett Davidson, St. Louis (32-L)
C Ivan Meraz, Philadelphia (32-R) 2 time winner
1B Roger Stephenson, Philadelphia (25-L)
2B Pablo Mateo, Chicago (24-R)
3B Ed Sacco, New York (33-R) 2 time winner (1st to win in each league)
SS Jonah Coleman, Philadelphia (34-R)
LF Tom Bolstad, Chicago (33-L)
CF Tom Peavy, Brooklyn (25-L) 2 time winner
RF Dale Ainsworth, New York (28-L) 2 time winner (1st to win in each league)

Pacific Coast League

P Mike Nackley, San Diego (28-L)
C Jose Muniz, Kansas City (28-R)
1B Luis Castillo, Denver (22-L)
2B Rob Douma, Denver (29-R)
3B Bill Valdez, Milwaukee (30-R)
SS Henry Rangel, Oakland (28-R)
LF Tony Baez, Houston (33-R)
CF Ron Nachman, Los Angeles (29-L)
RF Chris Hagerty, Dallas (25-L)

The Beavers, the best fielding team in Baseball, are shutout....
Though two ex-Beavers won (Ainsworth and Hagerty)
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Sunday, October 27, Year II

The Fireman Trophy's were announced today.

National League
Terry Cunningham, Detroit (29-L) 6-7 1.71 ERA 29 SV (Votes: 8-84)

Others receiving votes:
Jack Burnett, Pittsburgh (34-R) 7-5 1.67 ERA 45 SV (10-82)
Eddie Ocean, Pittsburgh (30-R) 9-2 1.27 ERA 0 SV (6-46)
Dave Fesko, Brooklyn (30-R) 8-7 2.24 ERA 40 SV (0-4)

Pacific Coast League
Don Schmidt, Portland (27-R) 12-4 1.72 ERA 23 SV (24-120)

Others receiving votes:
Ernie Auel, Los Angeles (28-R) 6-4 1.50 ERA 37 SV (0-35)
Jack Rose, Kansas City (30-R) 9-7 2.27 ERA 35 SV (0-32)
Mitch Dowdell, Portland (26-L) 5-4 1.51 ERA 12 SV (0-15)
Don Hook, San Diego (31-R) 4-5-1.80 ERA 37 SV (0-12)
Jesse Adcock, San Francisco (29-L) 7-10 2.87 ERA 42 SV (0-2)

No one receiving votes in the NL has received any votes in Year I. The top three in the PCL all received votes last season.
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Monday, October 28, Year II

The Silver Slugger teams were announced today.

National League
(Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
P Rich Bond, New York (23-R .227-66-0-6-.529 8 SB) Rookie
C Roman Arias, New York (24-R .317-464-4-49-.829)
1B Roger Stephenson, Philadelphia (25-L .311-601-29-111-.920 25 SB) 111 R
2B Pablo Mateo, Chicago (24-R .284-595-21-92-.813) 41 2B Gold Glove
3B Rafael Montes, Pittsburgh (31-L .336-599-25-101-.962) 101 R 40 2B 7 3B
SS Broderick Perreault, Pittsburgh (26-L .297-576-21-87-.837 41 SB) 39 2B 2 time winner
LF Lyndon Griffiths, Cleveland (25-L .333-577-28-88-.932)
CF Glenn Brazell, Cincinnati (31-L .280-635-25-99-.784 31 SB)
RF Len White, Chicago (27-L .297-428-30-85-.898 11 SB)

Pacific Coast League
P Bill Avallone, Dallas (31-R .253-83-4-14-.793) 7 2B 1 SB 2 time winner
C Dave Benya, Portland (28-S .286-304-10-40-.776 19 SB)
1B Otis Smith, San Diego (34-L .260-442-29-97-.878)
2B Paul Bouvet, Portland (26-R .313-594-12-83-.827 63 SB) 109 R 18 3B 2 time winner (1st to win in each league)
3B Bill Valdez, Milwaukee (30-R .328-635-2-54-.815 72 AB) 117 R 208 H
SS Alejandro Prieto, Kansas City (27-S .314-449-13-51-.855 40 SB)
LF Steve DeMuro, Dallas (31-L .292-578-23-83-.851 10 SB) 103 R 93 BB 2 time winner
CF Randy Schmitt, Kansas City (26-L .326-619-33-110-.950 62 SB) 104 R 202 H 10 3B
RF Billy Shiyou, Los Angeles (33-L .288-448-23-66-.862) 34 2B
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Tuesday, October 29, Year II

The Rookie of the Year awards were announced today.

National League
OF/1B Joe Ellis, Washington (26-R .296-514-16-42-.779 39 SB) (Voting: 24-120)

Others receiving votes:
LF Len Klett, Detroit (25-S .291-4790-16-51-.789 31 SB) (0-63)
SP Juan Orta, Chicago (22-R 14-10 2.91 ERA 31 GS 207 IP 174 H 19 HR 64 BB 150 SO) (0-19)
CF John Lind, Chicago (24-R .262-439-6-42-.756 36 SB) 13 3B (0-6)
SP Jeff Groves, Cleveland (29-L 17-9 3.37 ERA 35 GS 237.2 IP 228 H 18 HR 65 BB 174 SO) (0-5)
CF Bob Rankin, New York (27-L .252-611-13-72-.682 33 SB) 11 3B (0-3)

Pacific Coast League
3B Rick Dill, Houston (24-R .279-545-19-79-.776) 37 2B (24-120)

Others receiving votes:
OF Woody Griesbach, Portland (25-R .265-355-9-37-.753 23 SB) (0-31)
LF Tony Casarez, Portland (21-L .250-448-18-55-.739) (0-25)
SP Angel Gaspar, Portland (24-R 17-10 3.29 ERA 34 GS 235 IP 187 H 19 HR 86 BB 184 SO) (0-21)
RF Bob Draper, Portland (23-L .296-307-9-46-.791 10 SB) (0-12)
CF Dan Fortino, San Francisco (25-R .263-448-7-40-.692 21 SB) (0-4)
C Steve Coker, Houston (23-R .265-325-6-35-.725) (0-3)
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Wednesday, October 30, Year II

The Cy Young Awards were announced today.

National League
SP Ron Bozeman, Boston (33-L 19-12 3.06 ERA 262 IP 261 H 9 HR 62 BB 161 SO) (Voting: 15-137) 2 time winner

Others receiving votes:
SP Ricky Davalos, Brooklyn (27-R 18-11 2.55 ERA 254 IP 211 H 18 HR 68 BB 154 SO) (5-110)
RP Eddie Ocean, Pittsburgh (30-R 9-2 1.27 ERA 0 SV 58 G 106.1 IP 61 H 5 HR 45 BB 92 SO) (4-53)
SP Juan Orta, Chicago (22-R 14-10 2.91 ERA 207 IP 174 H 19 HR 64 BB 150 SO) Rookie (0-33)
SP Jeff Groves, Cleveland (29-L 17-9 3.37 ERA 237.2 IP 228 H 18 HR 65 BB 174 SO) Rookie (0-27)
SP Gene Reynolds, Chicago (25-R 13-5 2.85 ERA 180 IP 145 H 9 HR 56 BB 126 SO) (0-25)
SP Jamie Cleveland, Pittsburgh (31-L 11-2 1.63 ERA 2 SV 50 G 17 GS 157.1 IP 125 H 17 HR 50 BB 127 SO) (0-8)
RP Jack Burnett, Pittsburgh (34-R 7-5 1.67 ERA 45 SV 76 G 80.2 IP 49 H 3 HR 28 BB 70 SO) (0-5)
SP Andy Byers, Boston (33-R 17-14 3.57 ERA 249.1 IP 267 H 17 HR 50 BB 106 SO ) (0-4)
SP Jim Stroughter, Pittsburgh (33-R 16-11 4.03 ERA 234.2 IP 221 H 24 HR 99 BB 195 SO) (0-4)
SP Jeff Johnson, Washington (26-R 14-6 3.55 ERA 190.1 IP 174 H 23 HR 65 BB 149 SO) (0-1)
RP Armando Ortiz, Baltimore (26-L 3-3 1.68 ERA 7 SV 64 G 85.2 IP 70 H 2 HR 32 BB 80 SO) (0-1)

Pacific Coast League
SP Bill Avallone, Dallas (31-R 20-9 2.59 ERA 268 IP 254 H 16 HR 71 BB 95 SO) (15-141) Silver Slugger

Others receiving votes:
SP Ricardo Avalos, Los Angeles (25-R 15-10 2.58 ERA 248 IP 206 H 20 HR 64 BB 160 SO) (5-104)
SP Ray Bankston, Milwaukee (32-L 21-9 3.51 ERA 269 IP 237 H 35 HR 64 BB 224 SO) (3-52)
RP Don Schmidt, Portland (27-R 12-4 1.72 ERA 23 SV 60 G 1 GS 99.1 IP 63 H 7 HR 23 BB 86 SO) (1-51)
SP Don Panighetti, Portland (26-L 13-9 2.86 ERA 214.1 IP 196 H 23 HR 61 BB 113 SO) (0-37)
RP Mike Bates, Kansas City (27-R 4-4 1.59 ERA 0 SV 48 G 1 GS 96 IP 65 H 4 HR 35 BB 88 SO) (0-7)
SP Angel Gaspar, Portland (24-R 17-10 3.29 ERA 34 GS 235 IP 187 H 19 HR 86 BB 184 SO) (0-7)
RP Lou Hertzberg, Portland (31-L 7-5 1.55 ERA 5 SV 52 G 87 IP 52 H 5 HR 17 BB 59 SO) (0-6)
SP Mike Nackley, San Diego (28-L 13-14 3.37 ERA 256.1 IP 229 H 23 HR 73 BB 189 SO) (0-2)
SP Bill Dixon, San Francisco (35-R 10-6 3.16 188 IP 168 H 19 HR 22 BB 131 SO) (0-1)
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Thursday, October 31, Year II

The MVP Awards were announced today.

National League
3B Rafael Montes, Pittsburgh (31-L .336-599-25-101-.962 101 R 201 H 40 2B) (Voting: 24-336)

Others Receiving Votes:
3B Damien Carr, Detroit (28-L .305-610-35-116-.906 107 R) (0-206)
LF Lyndon Griffiths, Cleveland (25-L .333-577-28-88-.932) (0-176)
1B Roger Stephenson, Philadelphia (25-L .311-601-29-111-.920 25 SB 111 R) Gold Glove (0-171)
SS Broderick Perreault, Pittsburgh (26-L .297-576-21-87-.837 41 SB 39 2B) (0-154)
LF Tom Bolstad, Chicago (33-L .324-608-20-79-.876 15 SB 116 R) Gold Glove (0-106)
3B Steve Merritt, Brooklyn (27-L .311-607-22-90-.840) (0-78)
RF Jerry Claycomb, Washington (26-L .365-345-13-52-.993 24 2B 46 BB 19 SO) (0-51)
LF Tom Rosenthal, Pittsburgh (24-L .310-578-14-75-.860 24 SB 102 R) (0-41)
1B Conrad Morris, Chicago (27-L .274-614-36-119-.846 96 R) (0-32)
2B Pablo Mateo, Chicago (24-R .284-595-21-92-.813) Gold Glove (0-18)
1B Tim Vigen, St. Louis (28-L .276-580-24-91-.848 14 SB 116 R 38 2B 89 BB) (0-18)
RF Dave Arceneaux, Pittsburgh (27-L .290-617-19-87-.833 25 SB 102 R 83 BB) (0-16)
C Ramon Arias, New York (24-R .317-464-4-49-.829) (0-7)
RF Len White, Chicago (27-L .297-428-30-85-.898 11 SB) (0-2)
SP Ron Bozeman, Boston (33-L See Cy Young announcement) (0-1)
OF/1B Joe Ellis, Washington (26-R .296-514-16-42-.779 39 SB) Rookie (0-1)
RP Eddie Ocean, Pittsburgh (30-R See Cy Young announcement) (0-1)
RF Jonah Sivertson, Cleveland (24-L .321-496-20-84-.875) (0-1)

Pacific Coast League
CF Randy Schmitt, Kansas City (26-L .326-619-33-110-.950 62 SB 6 CS 104 R 202 H 10 3B) (24-336)

Others receiving votes:
SS Alejandro Prieto, Kansas City (27-S .314-449-13-51-.855 40 SB) (0-211)
3B Bill Valdez, Milwaukee (30-R .328-635-2-54-.815 72 SB 117 R 208 H 40 2B) Gold Glove (0-161)
3B Chris Greenwald, San Francisco (29-S .326-481-16-69-.888 39 2B) (0-160)
2B Paul Bouvet, Portland (26-R .313-594-12-83-.827 63 SB 109 R 18 3B) (0-122)
CF Ron Nachman, Los Angeles (29-L .291-628-21-61-.797 25 SB) Gold Glove (0-108)
LF Randy Hobson, Seattle (26-L .312-564-17-73-.851 24 SB) (0-83)
LF Steve DeMuro, Dallas (31-L .292-578-23-83-.851 10 SB 103 R 93 BB) (0-71)
1B Otis Smith, San Diego (34-L .260-442-29-97-.878) (0-44)
CF Hal Baumgardner, San Diego (27-R .290-483-8-47-.784 49 SB) (0-42)
1B Luis Castillo, Denver (22-L .326-574-5-58-.817 82 SB 103 R 12 3B) Gold Glove (0-25)
SP Bill Avallone, Dallas (31-R See Cy Young announcement) (0-19)
1B Jeff Austin, Portland (30-R .261-609-23-93-.754 43 SB) (0-16)
1B Don Duggan, Milwaukee (27-L .306-494-23-93-.838) (0-7)
LF Ricky Rodriguez, Kansas City (31-R .289-409-15-73-.839) (0-7)
RF John Dobosh, Denver (29-R .289-536-13-65-.789 48 SB 10 3B) (0-2)
RP Don Schmidt, Portland (27-R See Cy Young announcement) (0-1)
2B Bob Webster, Houston (23-S .293-615-11-69-.768 42 SB) (0-1)

Editor's Note:
I do not pick any of the awards, nor do I vote for them. They are all strictly chosen by the A.I.

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Friday, November 8, Year II

Arbitration Hearings results:
Last Year's Salary - This Year's Salary - Losing offer
SS Dave Lesley (27-R) $50,000 - $625,000 - Club: $400,000
C Dave Benya (28-S) $65,000 - $1,000,000 - Club: $650,000
RP Barry Chapman (27-R) $50,000 - $75,000 - Player: $122,000

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Saturday, November 9, Year II

Free agents files today. There are 9 Type A free agents, the same as last season. But whereas there were 56 Type B Free Agents last year, there are only 29 this year. It will make keeping track of the draft order a lot easier!

The Beavers are not in the market for any free agents. We would like to get a catcher that can hit left-handers, but there are no free agents that would do. I am not sure if I will trade for one or not, as I don't want to get rid of any of the catchers we have. Maybe Dave Benya and his million dollar salary, but I am afraid he might live up to it... Otherwise, our team is pretty much set for Year III already. But you never know; I may get to coveting someone....
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Monday, November 18, Year II

Two of the nine Type A free agents were signed today. C Ivan Meraz (32-R) of Philadelphia was signed by Chicago to a 5 year, $11.2 million contract. The last year is a vesting option, requiring 480 PA. C Dan Kaczmarek (30-R) of Dallas was signed by Philadelphia to replace Meraz. He signed a 7 year, $13.6 million deal, with the final year a vesting option requiring 480 PA.
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3B Bill Valdez (30-R) of Milwaukee, the Year II Batting Champion, signed with Oakland for 6 years and $11.5 million. He can opt out after three seasons.
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The Rule V Draft was held today and lasted just as long as it took 24 men to say "Pass" in succession.
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RP Dave Fesko (31-R) of Brooklyn signed with Pittsburgh for 3 years at $316,000 per season. He was 8-7 with a 2.24 ERA and 40 SV for the Dodgers. The Pirates now have a 123 saves from Year II in their Bullpen.
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SP Jim Stroughter (33-R) of Pittsburgh signed with San Diego for 5 years and $10.8 million. The final season is a vesting option requiring 180 IP. He has won 33 games over the last 2 season and led the NL in strikeouts in Year II (195).
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RP Jack Rose (30-R) of Kansas City, who did a number on the Beavers last season, signed with Minnesota for 1 year at $830,000.
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SP Adrian Oliver (33-L) of Dallas signed with Minnesota for 5 years and $11.6 million. He is the second Type A free agent signed by Minnesota this off-season. They also signed Kansas City's closer, Jack Rose (30-R).
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SP Brad Simpson (36-R) of San Francisco signed with New York for 3 years and $7.1 million. The final year is a vesting option requiring 180 IP.
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