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Old 12-07-2017, 04:48 PM   #41
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Decent trade for Tekulve. Looks like the Phils will be well represented at the All Star game. Like the breakdown too!
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I was happy with the return. I figure I will try to accumulate as many players as I can and hope 1 or 2 pan out. I try to look for high contact batters and good control pitchers.

The Phils are leading the NL in HRs, but at the bottom of most pitching categories.
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BNN Monthly MLB Report - 7/1/1987
Baseball Network News presents its monthly MLB report

AL Standings:
AL East: Boston 50-27, Milwaukee 43-30, Baltimore 41-35, Toronto 38-38, Detroit 36-38, NY Yankees 37-40,Cleveland 32-44,
AL West: Kansas City 42-33, Seattle 41-34, Texas 37-38, California 37-40, Oakland 34-40, Minnesota 35-42, Chicago WS 25-49

AL League Leaders:
Ave: Wade Boggs .400, Mike Greenwell .374, Don Mattingly .366
HR: Mark McGwire 27, Kent Hrbek 26, Joe Carter 26
RBI: Don Mattingly 70, Joe Carter 65, Mike Greenwell 64
SB: Rickey Henderson 41, Carney Lasford 29, Harold Reynolds 26
WAR: Wade Boggs 5.9, Fred Lynn 4.9, Don Mattingly 4.0

W: Mike Boddicker 14, Roger Clemens 14, Dave Stieb 12
SV: Calvin Schiraldi 19, Dan Plesac 15, DeWayne Buice 14
ERA: Roger Clemens 1.96, Teddy Higuera 2.35, Mike Witt 2.68
K: Roger Clemens 162, Mark Langston 152, Teddy Higuera 127
WAR: Roger Clemens 7.5, Mark Langston 5.4, Teddy Higuera 3.9

AL Awards:
  • AL Player of the Month: Angels 1B, Wally Joyner, .433 with 7 home runs, 28 RBIs and 26 runs scored.
  • AL Pitcher of the Month: Angels SP, Mike Witt, fanned 27 in 50.1 innings, logged an ERA of 1.79 and allowed opponents to hit .197 against him.
  • AL Rookie of the Month: Brewers 3B, Gary Sheffield, .444 with 5 home runs and 19 runs batted in.

NL Standings:
NL East: Chicago Cubs 42-35, Pittsburgh 42-35, Montreal 39-36, St. Louis 37-39, NY Mets 36-40, Philadelphia 30-45
NL West: Cincinnati 47-29, San Diego 45-33, Los Angeles 42-36, Houston 36-40, Atlanta 31-44, San Francisco 31-46

NL League Leaders:
Ave: Tony Gwynn .436, Eric Davis .341, Gerald Perry .340
HR: Eric Davis 25, Howard Johnson 17, Sud Bream 16
RBI: Eric Davis 79, Andres Galarraga 62, Andy Van Slyke 61
SB: Eric Davis 33, Barry Larkin 31, Tony Gwynn 30
WAR: Eric Davis 5.5, Tony Gwynn 5.1, Johnny Ray 3.1

W: G. Mathews 11, Bob Welch 11, Jamie Moyer 11
SV: Lee Smith 20, Roger McDowell 19, Tim Burke 17
ERA: Bob Welch 1.13, John Tudor 2.96, Don Carmen 2.99
K: Bob Welch 127, Mike Scott 118, Fernando Valenzuela 111
WAR: Bob Welch 5.5, Mike Scott 4.3, Eric Show 3.5

NL Awards:
  • NL Player of the Month: Mets 3B, Howard Johnson, .302 with 12 home runs, 37 RBIs and scored 24 runs
  • NL Pitcher of the Month: Cubs CL, Lee Smith, threw 14 innings over 14 relief appearances and collected a 3-0 record with 15 strikeouts and 8 saves while etching his 0.64 ERA
  • NL Rookie of the Month: Expos RF, Larry Walker, .329 with 5 doubles, 2 triples and 6 home runs, scored 16 times and drove in 23 runs.

Achievements:
6/1/1987 - Red Sox SP Roger Clemens strike out 17 Twins.
6/30/1987 - Tigers 2B Lou Whitaker hits 3 HR in game against the Brewers.

Power Rankings:
  • Boston Red Sox (118.6, o)
  • Cincinnati Reds (108.4, o)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (107.5, o)
  • Chicago Cubs (107.0, ++)
  • Kansas City Royals (103.6, ++)
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (103.5, +)
  • Baltimore Orioles (102.3, ++)
  • San Diego Padres (101.8, -)
  • Seattle Mariners (97.6, --)
  • Montreal Expos (97.2, +)
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I thought Ricky Jordan was going to be a stud for the Phils after hitting over .300 his rookie year in 1988, and had a nice 1992 season, but then by 1996(missed all of 1995?), his career was over. Finished with dreadful Seattle. What a way to end your career!
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I thought Ricky Jordan was going to be a stud for the Phils after hitting over .300 his rookie year in 1988, and had a nice 1992 season, but then by 1996(missed all of 1995?), his career was over. Finished with dreadful Seattle. What a way to end your career!
I was 10 in '88 and Ricky Jordan was a guy I really liked. I thought he was going to be great, but sadly it didn't work out that way.
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Phillies: Monthly Organizational Report - 7/1/1987
It is midseason for the full season leagues and as such, as part of evaluation, I will promote/demote some of the prospects based no their play.

AAA - Maine Guides (IL) Record: 18-51, Last place, 26.5 GB Power Ranking: 8/8
The Guides were brutal last month (5-20). They now rank last in all categories except Defensive Efficiency (5th). CL Jeff Calhoun,SP Tom Newell and SS Ron Jackson are out for the year. #4 prospect, Keith Miller, who has been their best hitter was called up to majors. Len Watts, has been their best pitcher so far this year. He is 4-8 with a 4.73 ERA, 4.42 FIP, 7.5 K/9, 4.5 BB/9 and 1.5 WAR. He has not been great, but not terrible either. Outside of Watts, only Joe Cowley has been serviceable in the rotation.

Rich Gale, a FA signee in April, has been terrible in 8 starts (1-6, 8.64 ERA, 7.1 BB/9, 0.9 K/9) and will be released. As will Juan Eichelberger (16.22 ERA, 10.1 BB/9 in 2.2 IP), a FA signee in June. Newly acquired Jose Bautista, who has picked up 2 saves in 3 games, will be moved into the rotation. Stan Kyles, (17.0 IP, 10.06 ERA, 7.50 FIP, 14 BB, 8 K) who was acquired in the John Russell trade, was demoted to AA Reading along with RP Bruce Long (47.1 IP, 8.56 ERA, 5.64 FIP, 5.1 K/9, 46 BB/9). John McLarnan, after his demotion from the majors came here instead of AA Reading, will be the new closer.

On the offensive side, FA signee, Rick Lancellotti, .239, 12 HR, 36 RBI, .796 OPS, 0.7 WAR has been their best batter. C Brian Harper, has struggled since coming over, goinvg 5 for 30, no XBH and 3 RBI. He's thrown out 3 of 9 would be base stealers. SS Brian Giles, .229, 3HR, 11 RBI, .723 OPS, 2 SB, 0 WAR, has also struggled. 3B Mike Gallego, .333, with a HR and 7 RBI and only 3 Ks in 33 PAs has done well since his trade.

CF Darrell Brown, a FA signee in April, .206, 2 HR, 13 RBI, 7 SB, 16 K/5 BB, -1.0 WAR in 161 PA; and 1B Tim Corcoran, .178, 0 HR, 7 RBI, 13 K/11 BB, .031 ISO in 145 PAs will be released.
Here are how the top prospects have done so far at AAA:

#5 Prospect - Gary Varsho - 3/5 .600, 1 HR, 1 RBi, 1 SB
#8 Prospect - Rob Nelson - 32 PA, .185, 3 HR, 3 RBI, 5 BB, 5 K, .831 OPS, 1.035 Def Eff,
#9 Prospect - Jim Olander .281, 3 HR, 24 RBI, 5 SB, .720 opS, .100 ISO, .356 BABIP, 1.004 Def Eff,
#17 Prospect - Ken Dowell .239, 0 HR, 11 RBI, 11 BB, .062 ISO, .605 OPS, 1.085 Def Eff, +4.5 ZR, 5.05 RNG.

AA - Reading Phillies (EL) Record: 45-24, 1st Power Ranking: 1/8
Reading has kept it up with another good month, going 16-8; they lead the league in the Runs, AVE, OBP and Defensive Efficieny. They are 2nd in HRs, 3rd in SB. They have been average on the pitching side: 4th in Runs Against and Bullpen ERA and 5th in Starter's ERA. They have some injury issues as SP Marvin Freeman (5-1, 5.74 FIP), is out 3-4 weeks, RF Kevin Ward, is still out another 2 weeks and CF Todd Soares ,.255 4 HR, 11 RBI, is out 8 weeks. 3B Howard Nichols is getting promoted to AAA Maine

#1 Prospect - Kevin Ward .315, 9 HR, 35 RBI, 5 SB, .580 SLG, .981 OPS, 2.5 WAR, +8 ZR in 43 Games
#3 Prospect - Walt Weiss .312,2 HR, 31 RBI, 13 2B, 3 SB, 33 K/16 BB, .763 OPS, .083 ISO, 1.8 WAR, +8.8 ZR
#6 Prospect - Steve De Angelis .298, 27 HR, 77 RBI, 7 SB, 34 BB/33 K, .366 ISO, 1.044 OPS, 2.8 WAR
#7 Prospect - Jose Leiva .245, 3 HR, 23 RBI, 22SB, .084 ISO, .647 OPS, -0.6 WAR
#10 Prospect - Tony Brown .260, 9 HR, 37 RBI, 6 SB, .147 ISO, .717 OPS, -0.1 WAR
#11 Prospect - Howard Nichols .384, 8 HR, 37 RBI, 7 SB, .550 SLG, 25 BB/24 K, .999 OPS, 2.8 WAR
#12 Prospect - Gib Seibert .247, 2 HR, 10 RBI, 1 SB, 19 BB/22 K, .082 ISO, .697 OPS, -0.1 WAR
#13 Prospect - Ricky Jordan .342, 18 HR, 56 RBI, 5 SB, 10 BB, .575 SLG, .936 OPS, 1.9 WAR, 10.4 RNG
#16 Prospect - Ken Jackson .216, 4 HR, 16 RBI, 23 BB/25 K, .127 ISO, .674 OPS .238 BABIP, -0.2 WAR

A - Clearwater Phillies (FSL - North) Record: 47-22, 2nd, 1.5 GB Power Ranking: 1/14
The Clearwater Phillies have been playing great this month (19-6) and they lead the league in Runs Against and Defensive Efficiency, 2nd in Starter ERA, 3rd in AVE and 4th in Runs score.

The offense is in the top half of the league in each category, Runs (4th), AVE (2nd), OBP (5th) and HR (5th). 3B Tom Schwarz, .326, 11 HR, 55 RBI, 30 K/31 BB, .910 OPS, +8.5 ZR, 3.5 WAR; has been tearing up A ball and will be promoted to AA Reading. Their top pitcher has been SP Scott Service, 9-3, 4.34 FIP, 111.1 IP, 6.8 K/9, 2.7 BB/9, 1.7 WAR.

#14 Prospect - Rick Parker .280, 4 HR, 30 RBI, 7 SB, .743 OPS, 28 K/28 BB, 1.3 WAR
#19 Prospect - Bill Stevenson .469, 6 HR, 15 RBI, 4 K/6 BB, 39 PA, 1.0 WAR

A - Spartanburg Phillies (SAL) Record:36-34, 3rd, 6.5 GB Power Ranking: 4/12
Spartanburg improved this month going 16-9. They have been led by the offense who are first in Runs, 2nd in AVE, 3rd in HR and 4th in OBP. They could run more (10th in SBs). LF Shawn Abner,2B Luis Iglesias and C Jeff Grotewold .303, 16 HR, 56 RBI, 1.7 WAR has been a big part of the offense.

A below average starting staff, 9th in runs against and ERA, has been anchored by Mark Sims (7-4, 3,75 FIP, 6.3 K/9) and Fred Christopher (7-3, 3.97 FIP, 8.2 K/9). Sims will be promoted to Clearwater. The bullpen, 2nd in ERA, has been much better. CL Robert Fingers, who came over in the Rawley trade, is 4-4 with 17 SV, 3.37 FIP, 7.3 K/9 has been better than expected. The 3.1 BB/9 is too high for him to elite.

#15 Prospect - Shawn Abner .318, 14 HR, 63 RBI, 4 3B, 9 SB, .600 SLG, .282 ISO, .960 OPS, 1.9 WAR
#20 Prospect - Luis Iglesias .300, 10 HR, 44 RBI, 33 K/28 BB, .181 ISO, .856 OPS, 1.8 WAR

B&C - Utica Blue Sox (NYPL-East) Record:21-13, 1st Power Ranking: 4/12
The Blue Sox offensive has been great over the first 6 weeks of the season. They are currently first in Runs, AVE and OBP, 3rd in SB and 5th in HR.2B Jim Vatcher has been the star and will be promoted to Spartanburg. 1B Jimmy Barragan .336 7 HR, 23 RBI, .948 OPS and C Doug Lindsay .330 4 HR, 23 RBI, 1.3 WAR and provided some fire power as well.

Even with SP Timothy Peek out for the season, the starting pitching has been good and they are 3rd in ERA and 4th in runs against; Andy Ashby (5-3, 4.26 FIP) and Andy Carter (2-2, 3.03 FIP) have lead the staff. The bullpen needs to improve though (10th in ERA).

#2 Prospect - Jim Vatcher .403 6 HR, 22 RBI, 5 SB, .667 SLG, 1.176 OPS, 15 K/29 BB, 2.4 WAR.

B&C - Bend Phillies (Northwest) Record:5-4, 2nd, .5 GB Power Ranking: 4/8
The season is only 9 games in so I will wait until the August report to do a mid-season analysis or make any transactions for this team.

#18 Prospect - Dave Willes .419, 2 HR 9 RBI, 4 SB, 2 K/5 BB in 37 PAs.
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 7/1/1987
Record: 30-45, 6th Place 11 GB (3-5)
Power Ranking: 24th, 68.5 pts
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 73/Below Average
Owner Mood: Ecstatic
Hot Players:
  • SP Don Carman - 2-1, 33 IP, 19 K, 1.64 ERA
  • 3B Mike Schmidt - 8-20 .400, 2 HR, 4 RBI
Cold Players:
  • 1B Von Hayes - 3-20 .150, 0 HR, 3 RBI
  • SP Craig McMurtry - 1-1, 18.1 IP, 12 K, 8.84
  • 1B Rich Schu - 7-46 .152, 0 HR 1 RBI
Injuries:
  • None

Transactions:
  • Activate RP Doug Bair (20/20) from 60 Day DL
  • Demoted RP Jon McLarnan (20/20) to AAA Maine
  • Activate C Lance Parrish (65/65) from 15 Day DL
  • Traded C Jamie Quirk (20/20) to Chicago for 2B Gary Varsho (30/30)
  • Assigned 2B Gary Varsho (30/30) to AAA Maine

Notes:
The Phillies went 10-17 during the month June which prompted the fire sale of some of the veterans. There are still more pieces that will be sold off. Offensively, they have been middle of the ranking between 4th and 8th in most categories in the NL. They are 1st in HRs and next to last in Ks. THe pitching has been atrocious and the are last or next to last in each category exepct HRs allowed (7th) and Ks (t-10th). They are alos next to last in Defensive Efficency. The one positive so far is they are 21-19 at home.



Division Leaders:
AL East: Boston 50-27
AL West: Kansas City42-33
NL East: Pittsburgh & Chicago 42-35
NL West: Cincinnati 47-29

Notable MLB News:
Giants trade SP Atlee Hammaker (30/30) to Tigers for minor league SP Mike Wilkins (26/60)
Astros sign SP RP Bob Knepper (50/50) to 2 year extension worth 1.46 million per year
Angels SS Gary Pettis fractured knee, out for season
Pirates SP Rick Rueschel, torn archillies tendon, now out for season
Reds CL John Franco sore shoulder, out 6-7 weeks

All-Star Voting:
C Lance Parrish leads catchers
1B Von Hayes is 3rd for first base
2B Juan Samuel leads second base
3B Mike Schmidt leads third base
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 7/6/1987
Record: 34-36, 6th Place 9.5 GB (4-1)
Power Ranking: 18th, 82.5 pts
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 72/Below Average
Owner Mood: Delighted
Hot Players:
  • SP Don Carman - 3-1, 41 IP, 25 K, 1.76 ERA
  • 3B Mike Schmidt - 14-28 .500, 3 HR, 8 RBI
Cold Players:
  • SP Craig McMurtry - 1-1, 18.1 IP, 12 K, 8.84
  • LF Keith Miller - 2-21 .095, o HR 1 RBI
Injuries:
  • None

Transactions:
  • Added SP Joe Cowley (20/20) to 40 man roster
  • Demoted LF Keith Miller (25/25) to AAA Maine
  • Purchased contract of SP Joe Cowley (20/20) from AAA Maine
  • Signed LF Ben Oglivie (20/2) to a minor league contract
  • Signed RP Chris Cauley (20/20) to a minor league contract
  • Assigned LF Ben Oglivie to AA Reading
  • Signed RP Chris Cauley to B&C Bend

Notes:
This was a better week as the pitching improved somewhat. The free agent signings were organizational depth moves to cover injuries. I also shuffled some of the other FA signees to different levels. About half of my personnel contracts are expiring, I need to decide who to extend. I brought up an extra pitcher of the last before All-Start break.

Division Leaders:
AL East: Boston 51-31
AL West: Kansas City 45-35
NL East: Pittsburgh & Chicago 44-37
NL West: Cincinnati 49-32

Notable MLB News:
Tigers SP Steve Searcy fractured elbow,out for season
Cardinals 1B Jack Clark, torn labrum, out for season
Angels SP Willie Fraser, torn labrum, out for season
A's 2B Tony Phillips, concussion, out for season
Tigers CL Mike Henneman elbow imflammation, out 6-7 weeks

All-Star Voting:
C Lance Parrish leads catchers
1B Von Hayes is 3rd for first base
2B Juan Samuel leads second base
3B Mike Schmidt leads third base

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Gonna have to be patient with this team. Free agent signings really haven't panned out. Appears you have some decent prospects though. But will those Philly fans be patient?
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