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Old 07-12-2019, 01:35 PM   #281
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Achievements, April/May 1973

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Elias Tompkins, Rome, A - 6K, 2BB
Jordan Woodson, Rice, NCAA - 9K, 1BB
Jonny Juarez, Visalia, A+ - 8K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Cal Martelli, McFarland, WIAA - 19K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Nelson Luo, Seton Hall, NCAA - 25G
Robert Ocampo, Vanderbilt, NCAA - 28G
Randy Stevens, IMG Academy, FLHSAA - 30G
Ray Binyon, Georgia, NCAA - 32G
Corliss Herod, Florida, NCAA - 27G

4 HR Games:
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There were quite a few more hitters taken in the first round this year, but the top draftee was still a pitcher. Meet Dale Kuth, a currently injured starter out of Florida State.

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The second pick was a high school CF from Weatherford, TX - Milan Edwards.


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1973 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Jay Hutton 2.73 TOR
C Roth Hodges 2.11 CLE
1B Marvin Roberts 3.04 HOU
1B Jefry Rosa 2.95 LAA
2B Kent Burchett 4.69 CLE
2B Clancy Carmon 3.83 TOR
2B Walter Tapia 3.16 CHA
3B Aidan Rice 5.14 NYY
SS Chi-Wei Weng 1.78 LAA
LF Greg Woodall 3.20 BAL
LF Morgan Rochette 2.62 KC
CF Steve Winter 1.91 TOR
RF Tony Gratton 2.46 BOS
SP Ira Oropeza 4.08 BOS
SP Giovanni Klein 3.94 TB
SP Rueben Westbrook 3.74 LAA
SP Keegan Banks 3.67 KC
SP Robin Quintero 3.35 TOR
SP Mitchell Wonder 3.29 HOU
SP Tyler McGee 2.69 LAA
RP Vern St. Clair 2.37 LAA
SP Draco Gresham 2.23 CHA
RP Zach Boluktasi 1.68 BAL
RP Karim Cronin 0.94 NYY
RP Daniel Jimenez 0.65 OAK


National League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Timo Fernandez 2.52 FLA
C Davin Hallman 2.17 COL
1B Jonah Bartlett 5.66 ARI
1B Ari Downer 4.02 ATL
2B Arnold Bumgarner 3.45 CIN
3B Beau Berkowitz 3.20 ATL
SS Rocco Hollinger 3.27 NYM
LF Zach Sheppard 2.38 CIN
CF Danilo Salduar 3.60 PIT
CF Eiji Kawashima 3.55 SD
RF Sydney Hazard 4.80 LAD
RF Severio Rolando 4.26 FLA
RF Jeremy Buford 2.78 ARI
SP Cyrus Mossbarger 4.00 FLA
SP Ricky McMullen 3.87 STL
SP Derek Moore 3.47 COL
SP Levi Rodgers 3.15 COL
SP Ancel Clemson 3.05 CIN
SP D.J. Coronado 2.91 CIN
SP Andy Garlock 2.42 NYM
SP Malachi Plachy 2.09 PIT
RP Kenny Urbanski 1.36 CIN
RP Jayden Arnette 1.34 COL
RP Shannon Atterson 0.95 SF
RP Jonathan Commodore 0.42 LAD
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Achievements, June through October 1973

MLB Owner Changes:
Seattle Mariners sold from Avery Langlois to Ronald Rushing
Arizona Diamondbacks sold from Austin Cartner to Victor Pineiro

MLB Career Milestones:
Paul Vines, Minnesota Twins - 300 HR

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Elwin Teran, Salt Lake, AAA - 3K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Collin Lurz, Bowie, AA - 3K, 4BB
Jake Nicholson, Greeneville, R - 4K, 3BB
Erith Cronus, Charleston, A - 11K, 0BB, 2ERR
Bill Heaton, Atlanta, MLB - 2K, 1BB
Linus Wickersham, Texas, MLB - 6K, 4BB

Larry O'Rourke, Fayetteville, A+ - 3K, 2BB
Julino Albino, St. Lucie, A+ - 8K, 8BB
Akoni Dempsey, Altoona, AA - 5K, 2BB
Waylon Gillespie, Beloit, A - 10K, 1BB
Franco Figueroa, Columbus, AAA - 6K, 3BB
John Winter, Arkansas, AA - 8K, 5BB
Connor Opperman, Charleston, A - 11K, 2BB
Adan Tatupu, Indianapolis, AAA - 9K, 6BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Ronan Goss, Goodyear, R - 18K
Jay DeFusco, Vermont, A- - 18K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Elmer Rowell, Modesto, A+ - 29G
Dylan LaPrade, Round Rock, AAA - 25G
Cadman Anson, Memphis, AAA - 25G
Mikey Mark, San Francisco, MLB - 25G

4 HR Games:
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1973 MLB Playoffs

The Reds returned to the World Series this year but lost in 6 games to the Red Sox.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Aidan Rice, 3B, New York Yankees - 7.1 WAR, 142 wRC+, 0.1 ZR

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AL J.P. Avila Award: Giovanni Klein, RHP, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 5.8 WAR, 79 FIP-, 3.3 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Jonah Bartlett, 1B, Arizona Diamondbacks - 10.0 WAR, 176 wRC+, 23.8 ZR
Bartlett's WAR to two decimal places was actually 9.99. There have been two 10+ WAR seasons - Kendall Bradford (10.6 in 1916) and Brian Sanchez (10.1 in 1945).

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NL J.P. Avila Award: Cyrus Mossbarger, RHP, Florida Marlins - 7.2 WAR, 76 FIP-, 2.4 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Jefry Rosa, 1B, Los Angeles Angels - 4.0 WAR, 117 wRC+, 17.1 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Ari Downer, 1B, Atlanta Braves - 6.4 WAR, 124 wRC+, 21.5 ZR
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Vito FernŠndez, LF

Inner Circle, meet your newest leader. Fernandez accumulated over 20 more WAR than the previous career record holder, Johan Velez. He came quite close to becoming the first position player and only second ever MLB player to pass the 100 WAR mark. 3 times in his career (1963, 1965, and 1970) he won both the Silver Slugger and Gold Glove in LF. He had four seasons of 40+ HR, two seasons of 8 WAR, and two seasons of 9 WAR. The numbers would be even greater had he not struggled with injuries. Over his first 16 MLB seasons, he averaged only 139 games per year in a time when many players play almost every game for their team.

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

MLB Awards: 4 Tomas Reed MVP, 1 ROY, 6 Youssef Raadouni GG, 13 AS, 9 SS, 1 WS, 1 PMVP

Career Stats: 10213 PA, 2239 H, 466 HR, 43 SB, .378 wOBA, 144 wRC+, 119.3 ZR, 98.8 WAR, 76.1 JAWS

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Brantley MacKay, C

Mackay's career totals surpass those of Eddie Lopp and Morton Zepp and he retires as the 4th best catcher in history. Two of the players ahead of him are still active (Timo Fernandez and Rocky Farris) and one is already in the Hall of Fame (Nathan Reifsnyder). Mackay was a doubles machine and his solid bat paired with elite defense and durability gave him a great career with the Padres, Red Sox, and White Sox.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 4th overall in 1956 by the Padres out of Pittsburgh

MLB Awards: 2 Youssef Raadouni GG, 4 AS, 2 SS, 2 WS, 1 PMVP

Career Stats: 7691 PA, 1728 H, 142 HR, 1 SB, .309 wOBA, 100 wRC+, 25.6 ZR, 43.8 WAR, 36.3 JAWS

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Ulysses Gleeson, 1B

Gleeson relied more on walks and doubles than a traditional slugging first baseman, but he did quite well for himself. His career peaked in 1958 with an MVP award but he had a few seasons of 5+ WAR scattered throughout his career. A natural-born DH, Gleeson struggled defensively, thankfully not getting a chance on his one-third of an inning at shortstop as a 37-year old. He was born in Carrick-on-Shannon in Ireland and becomes the first Irish-born player in the Hall of Fame.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 2nd overall in 1953 by the Blue Jays out of Santa Clara
Drafted 1st overall in 1954 by the Devil Rays out of Santa Clara

MLB Awards: 1 Tomas Reed MVP, 6 AS, 6 SS, 1 PMVP1 aq

Career Stats: 10549 PA, 2424 H, 258 HR, 51 SB, .359 wOBA, 134 wRC+, -68.2 ZR, 55.2 WAR, 44.0 JAWS

SebastiŠn Vargas, 1B

Vargas was incredibly consistent for 13 years as the Cubs first baseman. He played over 160 games in 11 of those seasons and put up 2-5 WAR in 11 as well. His poor defense pulled away much of the impact he had on offense. He retires with the 5th most home runs in MLB history and continues the trend of high HR hitters with very low career WAR totals.

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

MLB Awards: 3 AS, 3 SS, 1 WS, 2 PMVP

Career Stats: 10923 PA, 2375 H, 451 HR, 2 SB, .347 wOBA, 126 wRC+, -86.1 ZR, 41.7 WAR, 36.0 JAWS

Charlie Barry, CF

Speaking of big HR hitters not in the Hall of Fame...Charlie Barry is the king of them all. Barry's 474 career count is two more than Solomon Stubbs, setting a new record. However, he inexplicably played in centerfield his entire career, despite a 20/80 defensive rating. He lost so much value on defense that his career totals are embarrassingly low for a legend.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 7th overall in 1950 by the Brewers out of Farmington

MLB Awards: 4 SS

Career Stats: 9225 PA, 1958 H, 474 HR, 16 SB, .345 wOBA, 125 wRC+, -245.3 ZR, 22.7 WAR, 22.5 JAWS
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The top three prospects this year are all pitchers. Finn Bishop is still at the top. He is still only in Single-A but his skill level is steadily rising.

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The top hitting prospect is kind of a shocker - Negron D'Angelo, the most talented but still very raw, hitter. He has a ton of offensive potential and should be a great baserunner. He also has the ability to play second base, left field, and right field.


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1974 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Ethan Howry 1.97 UCLA
P Logan Galloway 1.96 OKST
P Phil Clauss 1.56 CLE
P Alex Bryant 1.52 DUK
P Joel Kirkpatrick 1.45 ND
P Rick Grady 1.29 SFD
P Zach Zimmer 0.73 OK
P David Hodges 0.23 MIA
C Travis Whisler 1.33 FLA
C Luke Aslakson 1.14 KAN
1B Kaiden Vieyra 2.09 ECP
2B Diego Tapia 1.76 IOWA
3B Cooper Ellison 2.33 ECP
SS Lucas Valle 1.37 MIS
SS Derek Perry 1.35 VAN
LF Mick Berry 1.67 RO
LF Russ Hodge 1.42 MIS
CF Milan Edwards 2.23 MICH
CF Monty Hutchinson 1.54 MIN
RF Xavier Osborn 1.57 IND


Team 2:

position name war school
P Vince Keech 2.51 BAY
P T.J. Greenwald 1.57 ALA
P James Honeycutt 1.47 VIR
P Lachlan Manning 1.39 FOR
P Eddie Sau 1.32 PUR
P Patrick Espinoza 1.20 WASH
P Cameron Mullins 0.75 TEX
P Justin Pray 0.45 PUR
C Grover Rhodes 1.26 SHP
C Ric Curtis 1.05 WASH
1B Brock Wels 1.42 OKST
2B Noah Dannenberg 1.68 ND
3B Randy Stevens 1.23 ARK
SS Hestio Landeros 1.44 OSU
SS Eric Hilman 1.44 KAN
SS Felix Macri 1.37 UC
LF Sam Cummings 1.66 KEN
LF Lyle Edmondson 1.45 SDSU
CF Oz Berry 2.13 STAN
RF Rich Owen 1.22 SFD
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USC is the national champion for the very first time.
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Achievements, April/May 1974

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Cal Martelli, McFarland, WIAA - 14K, 3BB
Isaiah Bullard, De Pere, WIAA - 9K, 1BB
Damon Shenck, North Carolina State, NCAA - 6K, 4BB
Anthony Hartzell, Virginia, NCAA - 10K, 2BB
Montana Batie, Southlake Carroll, TUIL - 7K, 0BB, 1HBP
Milo Warlick, Fort Myers, A+ - 4K, 1BB
Steve Piper, Wisconsin, A - 7K, 2BB
Alec Peters, Greensboro, A - 10K, 6BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Russ Kunz, Purdue, NCAA - 17K
Travis Anderson, Apopka, FLHSAA - 17K
Ken Johnson, Southern California, NCAA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Logan Dimitroff, San Jose State, NCAA - 26G
Midre Fugere, Hortonville, WIAA - 36G

4 HR Games:
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In perhaps a big shift, the first two draftees in 1974 were hitters. Russ Hodge was the first pick. He is a LF with elite contact potential.

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James Honeycutt was the first pitcher drafted. He was originally drafted in the 1st round in 1971 out of Weatherford High School but failed to sign and went to Virginia. He is currently out with a torn UCL and will rely on his changeup to be a starter.

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The first high school draftee was Dave Noble, a right-handed pitcher out of Jupiter High School at pick 9. He has a bunch of middle-of-the-road pitches.


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1974 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Rocky Farris 2.50 DET
C Isaac Holl 2.14 TB
1B Devan Quade 4.52 BAL
1B Jefry Rosa 3.29 LAA
1B Brock DeGoey 2.99 SEA
2B Clancy Carmon 3.84 TOR
2B P.J. Simpson 3.00 BOS
3B Aidan Rice 3.31 NYY
SS Johnny Wilson 3.36 NYY
LF Franklin Garcia 4.23 BOS
LF Esteban Arenas 2.82 BOS
CF Victor Valenzuela 3.63 HOU
RF Leandro Reynoso 2.33 OAK
SP Tyler Eagan 4.47 CHA
SP Gabriel Moffitt 4.02 MIN
SP Rueben Westbrook 3.89 LAA
SP Jayden Grimsley 3.63 CLE
SP J.J. Fieming 3.54 TEX
SP Axton Wheeler 3.35 SEA
SP Yosvany Barona 3.23 MIN
SP Isaac Porter 2.69 NYY
RP John Baker 2.22 CHA
RP Gianni Scott 1.87 BOS
RP Zach Dresner 1.56 CLE
RP Vern St. Clair 1.21 LAA


National League:

Position Name WAR Team
C Timo Fernandez 2.72 FLA
C George Sanders 2.29 CHC
1B Wade Shaull 2.87 COL
2B Adrian Erhard 3.40 CHC
2B Stewie Reid 3.07 SF
3B Beau Berkowitz 3.90 ATL
3B Aiden Green 3.30 PHI
SS Rory Benitez 3.53 PIT
LF Bryson Pollock 3.22 CIN
LF Cody McMillen 3.10 SF
LF Peter Fuller 3.09 SD
CF Dwaine Knapp 5.21 COL
RF Ichiyo Kano 2.06 ATL
SP A.J. Percey 3.81 SD
SP Cyrus Mossbarger 3.75 FLA
SP D.J. Coronado 3.73 CIN
SP Ricky McMullen 3.53 STL
SP Karl Zorrilla 3.30 PHI
SP Jake Wood 3.04 MON
SP Jayce Puryear 2.91 STL
SP John DeWees 2.52 MON
RP Elder Perez 1.67 LAD
RP Kenny Urbanski 1.53 CIN
RP Victor Behian 1.14 CHC
RP D.J. Woods 0.14 PIT
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Achievements, June through October 1974

MLB Owner Changes:
St. Louis Cardinals owner Zidan Wirey Jr. passes away, his son Alex Wirey replaces him
Baltimore Orioles sold from Bradon Young to Isaiah Herron
Cleveland Indians sold from Bobby Hodgkin to Austin Nedd

MLB Career Milestones:
Robinson Barquero, Los Angeles Dodgers - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
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John DeWees, Montreal, MLB - 2K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Just the 5th perfect game in MLB history! The last was Nick Casas in 1966 for the Cubs.
Danny Thomas, Fort Wayne, A - 5K, 2BB
Ash Reeves, Fort Myers, A+ - 5K, 2BB
Bogey Olson, Fayetteville, A+ - 10K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Jaden Aspeitia, Clearwater, A+ - 2K, 2BB
Kaison Beach, Brooklyn, A- - 13K, 2BB
Mike Cummings, Tampa, R - 15K, 0BB, 1HBP
Jacob Capano, Staten Island, A- - 9K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Robert Lucas, Arkansas, AA - 27G
Perry Cockerham, Columbia, A - 27G
Krispen Archer, St. Louis, MLB - 25G
Hunter Volz, Greenville, A - 26G

4 HR Games:
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The Red Sox are repeat champions, sweeping the Expos this year.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Devan Quade, 1B, Baltimore Orioles - 7.6 WAR, 142 wRC+, 21.5 ZR

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AL J.P. Avila Award: Jayden Grimsley, LHP, Cleveland Indians - 6.0 WAR, 77 FIP-, 2.5 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Rocco Hollinger, SS, New York Mets - 7.5 WAR, 126 wRC+, 16.0 ZR

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NL J.P. Avila Award: Cyrus Mossbarger, RHP, Florida Marlins - 7.4 WAR, 74 FIP-, 1.9 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: R.J. Gutierrez, CF, Seattle Mariners - 5.0 WAR, 126 wRC+, 6.1 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Dwaine Knapp, CF, Colorado Rockies - 6.5 WAR, 118 wRC+, 16.8 ZR
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Paul Vines, RF

Vines had elite speed, an elite eye, and was at best average on defense. He split time between LF and RF throughout his career and never impressed at either spot. His league-leading walk, triple, stolen base, and OBP totals were certainly very impressive. His best 6-7 WAR years came with the Brewers but he continued to be an above average contributor well into his late 30s with the White Sox and Expos. He retires with the most impressive career for a RF since...ever, surpassing his contemporary Meredith Applewhite who retired a few years ago.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 1st overall in 1951 by the Brewers out of El Dorado

MLB Awards: 2 Tomas Reed MVP, 10 AS, 10 SS, 3 WS, 1 PMVP

Career Stats: 12003 PA, 2702 H, 302 HR, 425 SB, .377 wOBA, 144 wRC+, -63.5 ZR, 88.9 WAR, 66.8 JAWS

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Calvin Curtis, LHP

Curtis was a durable iron man of an ace, never once appearing in fewer than 35 games in a season throughout his illustrious 16-year career. His last year in the majors, he was mostly a reliever and only started six games but appeared in 44. He routinely crossed the 5 WAR threshold. He never won the J.P. Avila award but he did place in the top three five times over the span of a decade.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 6th overall in 1957 by the Reds out of Arizona State

MLB Awards: 8 AS

Career Stats: 4178.7 IP, 1206 BB, 2218 K, 3.34 FIP, 88 FIP-, 78.5 WAR, 67.9 JAWS

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Jayden Fraile, SS

The Reds finally broke their World Series drought but neither of these legends was on the team that did it. Fraile won the championship the year after he left the team and joined the Giants. He was a defense-first player with a few seasons of above-average hitting production. His career stats list him as having 2,135 impossible plays made throughout his career of 2,407 games played. That sure brings a whole new meaning to someone making a highlight play every time out there.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 7th overall in 1951 by the Reds out of Elk Grove

MLB Awards: 4 Youssef Raadouni GG, 2 AS, 1 WS, 2 PMVP

Career Stats: 10210 PA, 2587 H, 86 HR, 255 SB, .303 wOBA, 92 wRC+, 138.9 ZR, 58.8 WAR, 43.9 JAWS

Jonathan Hayden, RHP

Hayden put up a good amount of value over his career but it was spread too thin and he lacked the high peak of a Hall of Famer. He pitched for 17 years and put up 3-5 WAR nearly every single year, but never put up any more than 5.0. That season, his age-34, was also the only time he cracked 4.5 WAR.

Initial Acquisition: Drafted 1st overall in 1955 by the Orioles out of Michigan

MLB Awards: 1 AS

Career Stats: 4278.7 IP, 1301 BB, 2110 K, 3.66 FIP, 98 FIP-, 60.6 WAR, 47.9 JAWS
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This year's list is much the same as last year's. Finn Bishop remains the number one prospect. He is starting the season in AAA and should break the MLB rotation very soon. He will always struggle with control but his stuff and movement are both elite.

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Negron D'Angelo stays the top hitter as well. He was just promoted to the Padres' Rookie League team.


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1975 NCAA All-Stars

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position name war school
P Zion Phillip 1.98 LOY
P Ari Johannesen 1.88 WV
P Floyd Arty 1.52 ND
P T.J. Drass 1.40 ECP
P Deelon Taylor 1.33 FSU
P Patrick Espinoza 0.93 WASH
P Bill Chatfield 0.73 ND
P Abderrahmane Jaziri 0.62 UHC
C Tanner Helwig 1.17 TCU
C Dax Paquette 0.89 SCB
1B Kaiden Vieyra 1.74 ECP
2B Moe DeManche 2.09 ARK
3B Hudson Padgett 1.80 MSB
SS Mitch Trujillo 1.42 ARK
SS Drew Jacobson 1.36 BYU
LF Pascal Rubio 1.63 CLE
LF Jared Knaub 1.37 MIA
CF Milan Edwards 2.11 MICH
RF Ethan Clark 1.40 DUK
RF Sosa Maeda 1.34 KAN


Team 2:

position name war school
P Toby Wheeler 1.65 OSU
P Gael Gehman 1.53 CSF
P Sekgabo Mosweu 1.52 TEN
P Logan Matthis 1.40 MSB
P Kordell Metzger 1.29 WSS
P Isaiah White 1.24 PSU
P Pokie Ryan 0.69 TAMU
P Easton Patti 0.28 MSB
C Jacob Greer 1.27 OSU
C Justin Paxson 0.66 PSU
1B Rey Chavera 1.25 KEN
2B Tony Baker 1.65 MICH
3B Brantley Courter 1.54 WSS
SS Alexander Webb 1.62 ND
LF Flash Yde 1.44 HCC
LF Jimmy Ray 1.00 SCB
CF Ronald Bernardus 1.51 WV
CF Derrell Slack 1.39 GAT
CF Luca Lawton 1.18 OSU
RF Warren Miller 1.34 UCSB
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1975 College Playoffs

The NCAA Championship remains in California as the Golden Bears win it this year for the first time.
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