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Old 05-30-2019, 10:35 PM   #21
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Rex Tildon, CF

Tildon was a great CF for a majority of his career until he turned 33. Instead of becoming a corner outfielder or DH, he was stuck at CF and became a replacement level player. He was originally drafted by the Phillies with the 12th overall pick out of Vanderbilt in 1934 and won the MVP in 1941, two gold gloves, three silver sluggers, and 3 all-stars.

Career Stats: 7626 PA, 2009 H, 80 HR, 116 SB, .338 wOBA, 110 wRC+, 86 ZR, 45.9 WAR, 40.6 JAWS

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Elliot Raprap, 1B

Raprap is originally from Ni-Vanuata - the second MLB player from the nation, behind SS Nelson Avock, who debuted in 1906. He attended high school in Albuquerque, NM at Volcano Vista High School where he was the player of the year three of his four years. In the majors, he went to four all-star games, won three gold gloves as a former CF playing 1B, won four silver sluggers, and two World Series rings with the Expos. He becomes only the second primary first baseman to enter the Hall of Fame behind legendary Royal Aiden Massicotte.

Career Stats: 12197 PA, 2710 H, 222 HR, 192 SB, .354 wOBA, 120 wRC+, -37.6 ZR, 52 WAR, 39.6 JAWS

Vernon Conner, 3B

Conner is the best third baseman not in the Hall of Fame and that decision is based on his very short career which ended when he turned 34. He did have a very high peak after becoming a 5th overall draft pick out of Virginia, culminating in the 1939 AL Tomas Reed MVP award. He also went to two all-star games, won a gold glove, three silver sluggers, and a World Series.

Career Stats: 7243 PA, 1894 H, 146 HR, .354 wOBA, 117 wRC+, 1.4 ZR, 41.9 WAR, 38.4 JAWS

Felix McElroy, RHP

McElroy was very steady for a decade with a solid peak with a maximum WAR of 6.1 in 1941. He went to three all-star games over his career and last played at age 34. McElroy was originally a 2nd overall draft pick out of Ohio State.

Career Stats: 3324.3 IP, 1133 BB, 1292 K, 3.70 FIP, 96 FIP-, 49.8 WAR, 44.8 JAWS

Fred Westbrook, 1B

Westbrook had a legendary year in 1938 when he had back-to-back hitting streaks of 33 and 34 games. Neither were MLB records at the time, but together a 60+game streak would have blown out the record at the time - 37 games by Arnold White. It would also have easily stood up to the test of time as the current record is only 38 games by Courtnay O'Donnell in 1943.

Westbrook was drafted 13th overall out of Michigan and went to three all-star games, won five silver sluggers, and won two World Series with the Devil Rays in 1935 and 1936. He was both the League Championship and World Series MVP in 1936.

Career Stats: 8976 PA, 2452 H, 184 HR, .364 wOBA, 126 wRC+, -11.7 ZR, 41.3 WAR, 35.3 JAWS

Adam Fisher, 3B

Fisher is another borderline 3B candidate similar to Conner but for somewhat the opposite reason. He was a solid contributor in the majors into his age 40 season but never had the high peak needed, sitting between 2-4 WAR for most of his career. Fisher won 5 gold gloves and did make an all-star game. He was an integral part of the Mets 1939 World Series championship and claimed the MVP award for the Fall Classic.

Career Stats: 8951 PA, 2303 H, 128 HR, .329 wOBA, 103 wRC+, 79.6 ZR, 44 WAR, 34.1 JAWS
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1949 Top 100 Prospects

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Parker Whitaker is again the top overall prospect, despite a very probable career as a reliever. He will be starting the season at the back end of the Orioles bullpen and doesn't look to have the pitches necessary for a starting repertoire.

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The top hitter is 1B Noah Sylvain, the top draftee in 1946.
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1949 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
LF Maddox Albright 1.89 OSU
SS Hilton Roach 1.88 PSU
3B Gerry Rhode 1.88 SJRS
LF Colin Kelley 1.84 ND
C Tom Foote 1.83 FLA
P Isaac Finley 1.74 UA
CF Rick Harris 1.69 ASU
P Vic Lobe 1.66 NCST
P Titus Slaughter 1.58 VIL
RF Donovan Greer 1.52 TUL
2B K.J. Cote 1.49 UA
1B Fabian Kemp 1.47 WSS
2B Isiah Hunt 1.32 NEB
P Johnny Cupp 1.25 GH
SS Vladimir Strnad 1.25 MSU
C Christian Ambriz 1.23 SDSU
P Jaxson Bower 1.12 IOWA
P Ryan Michael 1.1 BAY
P Paul Jourdan 0.45 PSU
P Scout Lowery 0.45 OSU

Team 2:

position name war school
P Ross Campbell 1.7 SDSU
LF Leon Wheeler 1.62 FLA
2B Parker Lyons 1.58 FLA
1B Helmut Tigner 1.52 SCB
P Miguel Abrego 1.46 KAN
P Cory Murray 1.38 RO
RF Carson Pearson 1.37 SJSU
2B Erick Calvin 1.36 OK
LF Hernando Bonilla 1.35 TEX
3B Ethan Carter 1.25 LOY
2B Simon Brice 1.2 USC
SS Artie Sanford 1.18 TCU
C Curtis Noll 1.18 MICH
P Kendrick Lisenko 1.16 PIT
P Valerio Bustillos 1.11 TUL
C Jonah Snedeker 1.09 OK
P Greg Barror 1.09 STAN
CF Matt Hammond 1 MSU
P Hiromichi Kuroki 0.44 VIL
P Tom Kropf 0.16 UCSB
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1949 College Playoffs

Penn State wins their first National Championship after getting into the tournament 24 times.
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Achievements, April/May 1949

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
Jeremiah Locust, Seattle Mariners - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Peter Sullivan, Mississippi State, NCAA - 6K, 1BB
Leonard Dodds, Duke, NCAA - 6K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Warnel Fernandez, Arkansas, NCAA - 17K
Brian Santiago, St Mary Central, WIAA - 18K
Desmond Moon, Sachem East, NYSPHSAA - 17K
Josh Barenberg, Cape Fear, NCHSAA - 18K
Dean Weston IMG Academy, FLHSAA - 18K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
P.J. Hogan, Arizona, NCAA - 29G
Jason Perrone, Notre Dame, NCAA - 28G
Ugueth Cordero, Michigan State, NCAA - 26H
Alex Salaiz, Peoria, A - 26G
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Owen Theroux, Carlsbad, NMAA - 31G
Lindsay Waters, San Francisco Giants, MLB - 27G
Lyle Watson, The Woodlands, TUIL - 25G
Lucas Kudo, Fordham, NCAA - 25G
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Dale Dorsa, Southlake Carroll, TUIL - 34G
Ferris Ratliff, Santa Clara, NCAA - 26G
Starley Amuesca, Kinston, A+ - 25G
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Last year, the first high school player was selected 7th. This year, Andy Woodlin of the Walton Raiders was selected 1st overall.

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The 2nd overall pick Matt Hammond was originally drafted out of Naples High School in 1946 but failed to sign and went to Michigan State.

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The first pitcher was not taken until pick 8 - Kendrick Lisenko, a lefty from the University of Pittsburgh.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Minnesota Twins: 2B Andy Woodlin, age 18
Round 1, Pick 2 - Texas Rangers: CF Matt Hammond, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Pittsburgh Pirates: LF Ryan Udaya, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - St. Louis Cardinals: CF Emanuel Santistevan, age 18
Round 1, Pick 5 - Philadelphia Phillies: LF Nathan Fuccillo, age 18
Round 1, Pick 6 - Milwaukee Brewers: CF Rick Harris, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Florida Marlins: SS Sean Cirino, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Chicago Cubs: SP Kendrick Lisenko, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Jaxson Bower, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Kansas City Royals: 1B Elvis Bauerewski, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Houston Astros: CF Avelino Saldarriaga, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - Cincinnati Reds: LF Brad Ramberg, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - Chicago White Sox: 1B Jeremy Glass, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Chicago Cubs: SP Paul Seelbinder, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Atlanta Braves: SP Connor Pribula, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - Montreal Expos: SP Miguel Abrego, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Dodo Green, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Baltimore Orioles: SP Greg Barror, age 21
Round 1, Pick 19 - Atlanta Braves: RF Simon Cutrone, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - Toronto Blue Jays: LF Andrew Swan, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Detroit Tigers: RF Finn Tullos, age 22
Round 1, Pick 22 - Arizona Diamondbacks: LF Ladarius Hightower, age 21
Round 1, Pick 23 - Montreal Expos: SP Ennis Dahl, age 18
Round 1, Pick 24 - New York Mets: SP Cassidy Byers, age 18
Round 1, Pick 25 - Colorado Rockies: RF J.J. Hoffmann, age 18
Round 1, Pick 26 - Cleveland Indians: SP Desmond Moon, age 18
Round 1, Pick 27 - Oakland Athletics: 3B Thomas Lyke, age 21
Round 1, Pick 28 - San Francisco Giants: LF Leon Wheeler, age 21
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1949 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
CF Silvino Ortega 4.9 SEA
P Elias Landroche 4.4 MIN
P Aiden Miller 4.09 LAA
P Skyler Wilkerson 3.88 TB
P Ryan Phillips 3.81 DET
P Ponce Osornio 3.81 SEA
RF Kasen Jones 3.77 CHA
LF T.J. Langley 3.5 NYY
3B Brandon Scoresby 3.49 TEX
RF Solomon Stubbs 3.26 TEX
P River Burnes 3.24 TOR
2B Theodore Gonzales 2.9 BOS
2B Aron Perez 2.83 TB
1B Waymon Lehman 2.82 TB
RF Atilio Vasquez 2.8 TOR
C Theodore Servideo 2.79 KC
CF Diego Silva 2.67 OAK
RF Pedro Thomas 2.41 SEA
3B Bryce Collins 2.26 CLE
SS E.J. Peterson 1.86 CHA
C Diego Rivas 1.76 BAL
P C.J. Steiner 1.11 BOS
P Merlin Smith 0.43 CHA
P Todd Worsley 0.4 BAL
P Alex Perez 0.23 TOR

National League:

position name war team
P Justin Glatfelter 4.69 COL
P Nicky Waitman 4.14 SF
1B Rudy Duell 3.9 STL
P Teodosio Reyes 3.89 PHI
3B Stormy Guerra 3.66 SD
P William Perez 3.27 STL
P Mario Landaverde 2.96 ATL
3B Desmond Turner 2.94 PHI
P Ryan McFadden 2.8 PHI
LF Nativi Reymundo 2.6 TOR
CF Dale Estrada 2.59 ATL
C Frank Key 2.55 STL
2B Geraldo Soler 2.32 MON
CF Lee Klapper 2.32 ARI
1B Dante Morris 2.29 PIT
2B Sean Burks 2.27 NYM
CF Victor Martin 2.25 MIL
SS Joseph Badger 2.25 ARI
P Jim Campbell 2.23 CHC
C Benjaman Snowton 1.98 CIN
RF Aron Allen 1.96 CIN
LF Leo McCanna 1.68 FLA
P Kameron Moczynski 1.21 PHI
P Evan Hartsook 0.47 LAD
P Kouyou Sano 0.46 MON
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Achievements, June through October 1949

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
Maxwell Williford, Cincinnati Reds - 2000 H
Blake Gribler, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 2500 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Rivo Marin, Chicago White Sox, MLB - 2K, 1BB
Jay McKelvie, San Diego Padres, MLB - 5K, 5BB

Jake Pitts, Portland, AA - 4K, 2BB
Luhan Crane, Brooklyn, A- - 10K, 2BB
Dean McGuire, San Jose, A+ - 3K, 6BB
Hernando Sarabia, Clinton, A - 8K, 4BB
Raymon Ontiveros, Scranton WB, AAA - 5K, 5BB
Colt Winchester, Fayetteville, A+ - 6K, 8BB
Nicolas Guillen, Arkansas, AA - 4K, 4BB

6+ Hit Games:
Aslan Green, Lehigh Valley, AAA - 7 H
Derrick Ranucci, Chattanooga, AA - 6H
Denis Newcomer, Detroit Tigers, MLB - 6H
Hugo Urbina, Cincinnati Reds, MLB - 6H

Danny Baum, Billings, R - 6H
Brian Cantrell, Visalia, A+ - 6H
Kingston McGhee, Boise, A+ - 6H

17+ Strikeout Games:

Hitting Streaks Ended:
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Tommy Filippello, Salem, A+ - 31 G
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R.J. McGinley, Las Vegas, AAA - 31G
Alex Salaiz, Peoria, A - 28G
Corey Yeater, Albuquerque, AAA - 26G
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1949 MLB Playoffs

The World Series this year was a crosstown matchup held in the Windy City, with the White Sox claiming their second championship.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Silvino Ortega, CF, Seattle Mariners - 6.4 WAR, 133 wRC+, 9.5 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 6.8 WAR, 82 FIP-, 2.7 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Desmond Turner, 3B, Philadelphia Phillies - 5.9 WAR, 147 wRC+, 4.1 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: Justin Glatfelter, RHP, Colorado Rockies - 7.8 WAR, 77 FIP-, 1.2 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: David Findlay, RF, Kansas City Royals - 3.8 WAR, 128 wRC+, 6.3 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Roger Galindo, RHP, St. Louis Cardinals - 4.0 WAR, 94 FIP-, 0.5 K/BB
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1949 Hall of Fame

Bonk Maurello, C

Maurello is another example of the low threshold of catching talent in the majors. He had 9 very good MLB seasons of mostly 3-4 WAR value at catcher and is a borderline HOF candidate. He won one gold glove, went to two all-star games, and was a three-time silver slugger. Maurello was originally drafted with the 20th overall pick in 1935 out of Hobbs High School and retired at the age of 32.

Career Stats: 4948 PA, 1224 H, 58 HR, .322 wOBA, 103 wRC+, -3.8 ZR, 26.6 WAR, 25.4 JAWS

Michal Delaney, CF

Delaney had a good long career as an above-average CF and was also drafted out of a New Mexico High School. He was taken in the 2nd round of the 1929 draft by the White Sox and spent a few years on the team before signing with the Padres. Delaney won one gold glove and made 6 all-star games throughout his career.

Career Stats: 6592 PA, 1624 H, 44 HR, 243 SB, .318 wOBA, 96 wRC+, 166.1 ZR, 39.8 WAR, 33.9 JAWS

Gavin Thornton, LHP

Thornton was another high school pick but was drafted much later than the other two on this list - a 10th round gem. He went to two all-star games in his career and was on the 1946 Florida Marlins championship team. In 1945, Thornton took second in the Pitcher of the Year voting.

Career Stats: 2172.3 IP, 649 BB, 922 K, 3.22 FIP, 89 FIP-, 40.4 WAR, 41.0 JAWS
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The first top prospect in the decade of the 1950's is Santiago Mendoza, a left-handed pitching scouting discovery for the Padres out of Nicaragua.

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The first 7 prospects are pitchers and the top hitting prospect is Bali Nalls, the 3rd overall pick in 1948.
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1950 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Alley Harsh 2.52 UA
1B Judd Clark 2 NMSU
P Wes Sowers 1.93 GEO
P Warren Widdows 1.91 UNM
RF Donovan Greer 1.88 TUL
C Oren Adams 1.83 FSB
SS Vladimir Strnad 1.81 MSU
CF Joe Mapes 1.72 RO
CF Diego Taboada 1.72 IND
P J. Paul Jenkins 1.71 MIN
3B Elijah Pyle 1.7 LBSU
2B Alfonso Booker 1.66 AUB
P Cory Murray 1.59 RO
P Bill Sullivan 1.48 OK
RF Steve Krupin 1.4 UA
2B Simon Brice 1.36 USC
C Vincent Baker 1.17 FOR
LF Alvaro Echevarria 1.11 NEB
P Alfredo Pytel 0.53 WV
P Matthias Preminger 0.3 SJRS

Team 2:

position name war school
P Dalcio Rocha 2.31 WV
1B Darragh Hennessy 1.83 KEN
CF Romeo Nishimoto 1.71 CSF
CF Riley Harris 1.69 ECP
2B K.J. Cote 1.66 UA
C Christian Ambriz 1.65 SDSU
P Shawn Mileto 1.63 MSU
P Wilbert Baldwin 1.6 NEB
P Jordan Berger 1.51 OSU
1B Cooper Gandy 1.44 AUB
P Seamus Smith 1.41 TTU
3B Myron Kalloe 1.4 KEN
LF Cooper Aguirre 1.39 SJSU
SS Dorian Dailey 1.36 ND
RF Simon Cutrone 1.34 SHP
P Batbilguun Bohrer 1.19 BC
1B Owen Merchant 1.08 ECP
C Vinny Polanco 1.07 AUB
P Sydney Hudson 0.75 PSU
P Hernando Mercado 0.46 PIT
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1950 College Playoffs

UC Santa Barbara has made the tournament every year since 1940 and they finally won their first championship this year.
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Achievements, April/May 1950

MLB Owner Changes:
Los Angeles Angels owner Mike Vadenais Jr. passed away and his son Ethan Vadenais takes over the team.

MLB Career Milestones:
Boston Wright, Seattle Mariners - 2000 H

7+ Hit Games:
Helmut Tigner, Santa Clara, NCAA - 7H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Boson Silman, Albuquerque, AAA - 2K, 3BB
Michael McDonald, UCLA, NCAA - 12K, 1BB
Gregory Newman, Texas, NCAA - 8K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Brian Santiago, St Mary Central, WIAA - 18K
Marvin Frausto, Mississippi, AA - 17K
Dale Parrish, UC Santa Barbara, NCAA - 17K
Lou Schaetz, Denmark, WIAA - 17K
Warren Widdows, New Mexico, NCAA - 18K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Bryson Herpin, Santa Clara, NCAA - 27G
Judd Clark, New Mexico State, NCAA - 25G
Lucas Burton, Weatherford, TUIL - 25G
Tex Lane, Farmington, NMAA - 28G
Luka Picard, Pittsburgh, NCAA - 34G
Cortez Orellana, Limestone, IHSA - 32G
Josiah Steele, Nashville, AAA - 25G
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Mexico talent edit

I looked at the comparisons between my league and the real-life MLB in terms of nationality percentages. I'm a little more US-heavy, most likely because I reduced the amount of international discoveries because of the talent discrepancy between them and the feeder league players. The 1950 league currently has 78.2% US, 5.4% Dominican, 3.5% Venezuelan, and 1.5% Canadian. In 2018, the MLB was 71% US, 9.6% Dominican, 8.4% Venezuelan, etc. The only nation that appeared to be slightly out of order was Mexico - In real life, the MLB talent is somewhere between Cuba and Japan but my universe had them around Guam and Costa Rica. I upped the talent level of the country to Excellent instead of Good.
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Vernon Conner, 3B

Conner is the best third baseman not in the Hall of Fame and that decision is based on his very short career which ended when he turned 34. He did have a very high peak after becoming a 5th overall draft pick out of Virginia, culminating in the 1939 AL Tomas Reed MVP award. He also went to two all-star games, won a gold glove, three silver sluggers, and a World Series.

Career Stats: 7243 PA, 1894 H, 146 HR, .354 wOBA, 117 wRC+, 1.4 ZR, 41.9 WAR, 38.4 JAWS
I'm curious- did Conner's career end prematurely due to a career ending injury or was he just one of those guys with a crazy early decline? (Or some other reason?)
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I'm curious- did Conner's career end prematurely due to a career ending injury or was he just one of those guys with a crazy early decline? (Or some other reason?)

Seems like it was mostly just an early decline. He was actually pretty durable with mostly 150-160 games per year and would just miss a few weeks here and there. His career actually looks like a good ramp up, peak, ramp down -- just short. I still wonder if the career arcs are impacted by the feeder leagues, since I believe they count as Major League service. For example, Conner's profile states 16 years of Major Service, but only 12 in MLB. 1 Indy + 3 college = 16.
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The top player was another high school pitcher - Bradford Baugh, a lefty out of Limestone High School in Illinois.

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The top hitter was also the top college draftee - Alvaro Echevarria, drafted by the Brewers out of Nebraska.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Minnesota Twins: SP Bradford Baugh, age 18
Round 1, Pick 2 - Milwaukee Brewers: LF Alvaro Echevarria, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Cleveland Indians: SP Brian Santiago, age 18
Round 1, Pick 4 - Pittsburgh Pirates: CF Rick Harris, age 22
Round 1, Pick 5 - St. Louis Cardinals: SP Isaac Finley, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - New York Mets: CF J.T. Chubb, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Milwaukee Brewers: CF Charlie Barry, age 18
Round 1, Pick 8 - New York Yankees: CF Max Fugard, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - Oakland Athletics: 2B K.J. CotÚ, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Cincinnati Reds: SP Vic Lobe, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Kansas City Royals: 1B Elvis Bauerewski, age 22
Round 1, Pick 12 - San Francisco Giants: SS Hilton Roach, age 21
Round 1, Pick 13 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Dale Parrish, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Texas Rangers: SS Artie Sanford, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Arizona Diamondbacks: SP Michael McDonald, age 21
Round 1, Pick 16 - Kansas City Royals: RF Gabe Dolan, age 18
Round 1, Pick 17 - Montreal Expos: SP Lafit Tovar, age 18
Round 1, Pick 18 - Los Angeles Dodgers: RP Jack Covarrubias, age 22
Round 1, Pick 19 - Florida Marlins: CF Brady Sheard, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - Atlanta Braves: RF Simon Cutrone, age 22
Round 1, Pick 21 - Toronto Blue Jays: CF Diego Taboada, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - Atlanta Braves: LF Andrew Swan, age 22
Round 1, Pick 23 - Colorado Rockies: RF Mike Nelson, age 18
Round 1, Pick 24 - Philadelphia Phillies: LF Huey Azucar, age 18
Round 1, Pick 25 - New York Mets: SS VladimÝr Strnad, age 21
Round 1, Pick 26 - Chicago Cubs: CL Jake Spenner, age 18
Round 1, Pick 27 - Detroit Tigers: LF Jake Gillespie, age 21
Round 1, Pick 28 - Toronto Blue Jays: SS Bryan Inboden, age 21
Round 1, Pick 29 - San Diego Padres: SP Kazuhiko Takahashi, age 18
Round 1, Pick 30 - Seattle Mariners: SP Dalcio Rocha, age 21
Round 1, Pick 31 - Chicago White Sox: SS Gary Hunter, age 21
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I finally got these tables looking a little better - they should have some format to them on the forum now.

American League:

position name war team
3B Brandon Scoresby 5.02 TEX
P Aiden Miller 4.43 LAA
P Simon Ward 4.40 CLE
RF Solomon Stubbs 4.38 TEX
P Ponce Osornio 4.05 SEA
C Diego Rivas 3.97 BAL
P Cole Davison 3.87 CHA
P Feargal Reed 3.66 TB
CF Diego Silva 3.59 OAK
1B Kasper Chase 3.26 DET
CF Omar Escovar 3.24 TB
RF Paul Stevens 3.22 CLE
CF Nick Reed 3.16 CLE
P Spike Giles 3.16 HOU
SS E.J. Peterson 3.14 CHA
CF Silvino Ortega 3.10 SEA
2B Geraldo Espinal 2.98 KC
LF Wade Castleberry 2.81 MIN
LF Adler Antone 2.70 CLE
1B Roger Bronger 2.44 HOU
C Wiki Gomez 2.09 CLE
P Alex Perez 1.77 TOR
P Nemesio Padilla 1.34 OAK
P Parker Whitaker 0.63 BAL
P Merlin Smith 0.49 DET


National League:

position name war team
P Justin Glatfelter 4.34 COL
3B Emilio Forrest 3.73 SD
P Jody Casey 3.56 STL
P Roger Galindo 3.42 STL
SS Wesley Haley 3.21 STL
RF Santiago Lamberti 3.21 ARI
SS Robert Chisenhall 3.18 CIN
3B Stormy Guerra 3.18 STL
P Mario Landaverde 3.10 ATL
3B Vasili Ermakov 3.04 MIL
P Julio Cesar Rosendo 3.01 FLA
CF Regan DiPasquale 2.98 SF
SS Steward Menendez 2.80 ATL
RF Jonas Soler 2.74 COL
C Eddie Lopp 2.67 SF
C Bucky Kelly 2.63 COL
1B Danny Kirsch 2.54 PIT
RF Guy Hubbell 2.53 ARI
P Terrence Mahan 2.51 TOR
2B Dylon Simmons 2.33 ARI
LF Malquior Pomares 2.25 MIL
P Jack Mount 0.97 SF
P Steve Haynes 0.72 PIT
P Silverio Perez 0.70 MIL
P Frank Chagnon 0.65 STL
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