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Old 04-20-2013, 12:30 AM   #21
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1880 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 1st, 1880

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 23-year-old reliever Tim Keefe of the Cleveland Blues is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) MR Tim Keefe, 23, Cleveland Blues
2) 1B Roger Connor, 22, Boston Red Caps
3) SP Old Hoss Radbourn, 25, Brooklyn Atlantics
4) CF George Gore, 22, Cincinnati Reds
5) CF Harry Stovey, 23, St. Louis Brown Stockings
6) C Buck Ewing, 20, Chicago White Stockings
7) MR Larry Corcoran, 20, Philadelphia Athletics
8) MR Stump Wiedman, 19, Philadelphia Athletics
9) MR Charlie Guth, 23, Baltimore Orioles
10) MR Mickey Welch, 20, Cleveland Blues



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1880 World Series



Brooklyn wins for the first time.
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1881 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Friday, April 1st, 1881

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old right fielder Ed Swartwood of the Boston Red Caps is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) RF Ed Swartwood, 22, Boston Red Caps
2) SP Jim Whitney, 23, Cincinnati Red Stockings
3) MR Jack Lynch, 24, Chicago White Stockings
4) SS Sam Wise, 23, Brooklyn Atlantics
5) SS Arlie Latham, 21, Boston Red Caps
6) SP George Derby, 23, Baltimore Orioles
7) SP Tim Keefe, 24, Cleveland Blues
8) SS Hugh Nicol, 23, Philadelphia Athletics
9) MR Denny Driscoll, 25, Brooklyn Atlantics
10) 3B Jerry Denny, 22, Cincinnati Red Stockings



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1881 World Series and Expansion


Team Moves
St Louis Brown Stockings move to Louisville and are named Eclipse

New Teams
Boston Americans
Chicago White Sox
Detroit Wolverines
New York Gothams
Philadelphia Quakers
Pittsburgh Alleghenys
St Louis Brown Stockings
Washington Nationals
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1882 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Friday, April 7th, 1882

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 20-year-old center fielder Pete Browning of the Detroit Wolverines is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Pete Browning, 20, Detroit Wolverines
2) SP Charlie Sweeney, 18, Boston Americans
3) SS Yank Robinson, 22, Pittsburg Alleghenys
4) MR Bert Dorr, 20, Louisville Eclipse
5) MR Bill J Sweeney, 23, Philadelphia Quakers
6) 2B Bid McPhee, 22, Chicago White Stockings
7) SP Charlie Buffinton, 20, Washington Nationals
8) RF Chicken Wolf, 19, Cincinnati Red Stockings
9) MR James Burke, 21, Cincinnati Red Stockings
10) 3B Jack K O'Brien, 21, Baltimore Orioles



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1883 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Friday, April 6th, 1883

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 23-year-old first baseman Dave Orr of the Boston Americans is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) 1B Dave Orr, 23, Boston Americans
2) C Dell Darling, 21, Brooklyn Atlantics
3) SP Bob Emslie, 24, Pittsburg Alleghenys
4) RF Billy Sunday, 20, Detroit Wolverines
5) SP Jack Jones, 22, Chicago White Sox
6) SP Ren Deagle, 24, Boston Beaneaters
7) SP Hardie Henderson, 20, Detroit Wolverines
8) SP Charlie Hodnett, 21, Philadelphia Quakers
9) SP Dupee Shaw, 23, Washington Nationals
10) MR Bill Wise, 22, Cincinnati Red Stockings



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Failures

Tony Mullane
One of the great pitchers of the early years of baseball was Tony Mullane.
Mullane was 284-220 while playing for 8 different ball clubs. In this world
he did not pitch at all. 1881 saw him become a minor league free agent.

Joe Start
Joe lasted only seven years as in real life he saw action until 1886.
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Baltimore sweeps White Stockings
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Failures

Tony Mullane
One of the great pitchers of the early years of baseball was Tony Mullane.
Mullane was 284-220 while playing for 8 different ball clubs. In this world
he did not pitch at all. 1881 saw him become a minor league free agent.

Joe Start
Joe lasted only seven years as in real life he saw action until 1886.
I'm not sure I would call these failures. You have the game set up to use Development and whatnot don't you? If you do, right away things will be different.
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I'm not sure I would call these failures. You have the game set up to use Development and whatnot don't you? If you do, right away things will be different.
I would like to see the big guys get close to how they performed in real life.
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Do you use real players?

How do you know when to expand the league or do you just set it to random?
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Do you use real players?

How do you know when to expand the league or do you just set it to random?
Using the real players of the time. I also use the auto expansion that is built into the rules.

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So how do you control Babe Ruth? Is he a P or OF in your league. What determines this?
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So how do you control Babe Ruth? Is he a P or OF in your league. What determines this?
I let OOTP engine do all the work. So when Babe Ruth debuts in 1914 he wil imported as pitcher. The next year the engine will see what he did in real life and import as a pitcher until the 1918 season and he will imported as a left fielder.
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1884 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 7th, 1884

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 21-year-old starting pitcher Bob Black of the Philadelphia Quakers is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) SP Bob Black, 21, Philadelphia Quakers
2) CF Henry Larkin, 24, Philadelphia Athletics
3) RF Oyster Burns, 19, St. Louis Browns
4) SP Charlie Geggus, 22, St. Louis Browns
5) SP Daisy Davis, 25, Washington Nationals
6) 3B Billy Nash, 18, Detroit Wolverines
7) SS Henry Moore, 21, Louisville Eclipse
8) C Tom P Daly, 18, Brooklyn Atlantics
9) SP Lady Baldwin, 24, Boston Americans
10) SP Ed Morris, 21, Detroit Wolverines



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Louisville cap White Stockings for their 6th title.
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1885 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 6th, 1885
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 25-year-old right fielder Sam Thompson of the New York Giants is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) RF Sam Thompson, 25, New York Giants
2) SP Toad Ramsey, 20, Chicago White Sox
3) MR Pete Conway, 18, Washington Nationals
4) 3B Denny Lyons, 19, Pittsburg Alleghenys
5) C Fred Carroll, 20, Boston Beaneaters
6) MR Egyptian Healy, 18, Philadelphia Quakers
7) SP Charlie J Ferguson, 21, Cleveland Blues
8) 3B Jimmy Ryan, 22, St. Louis Browns
9) 3B Piggy Ward, 17, Cincinnati Red Stockings
10) SP Fleury Sullivan, 22, Cincinnati Red Stockings



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White Stockings notch their second title.
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1886 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Tuesday, April 6th, 1886

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 21-year-old second baseman Hub Collins of the St. Louis Browns is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) 2B Hub Collins, 21, St. Louis Browns
2) 1B Otto Schomberg, 21, Detroit Wolverines
3) MR Mike E Smith, 18, Philadelphia Quakers
4) SP Matt Kilroy, 19, Philadelphia Athletics
5) SP Cannonball Titcomb, 19, Chicago White Sox
6) MR Silver King, 18, Washington Nationals
7) MR Nat Hudson, 17, New York Giants
8) CF Lefty Marr, 23, Pittsburg Alleghenys
9) 3B Piggy Ward, 18, Boston Beaneaters
10) SP John Kirby, 21, Brooklyn Grays


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