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BNN Monthly MLB Report - 6/1/1988
Baseball Network News presents its monthly MLB report

AL Standings:
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AL League Leaders:
Ave: Ivan Calderon .356
HR: Pete Incaviglia 17
RBI: Pete Incaviglia 43
SB: Rickey Henderson 32
WAR: DWade Boggs 2.7

W: Mark Langston 8
SV: Dennis Eckersley 13
ERA: Mark Langston 1.52
K: Teddy Higuera 90
WAR: Roger Clemens 3.3

AL Awards:
  • AL Player of the Month: A's 1B, Mark McGwire, .326 average, 10 HRs, 22 RBIs and 18 runs scored
  • AL Pitcher of the Month: Mariners SP, Mark Langston, went 5-0, fanned 44 in 44.2 innings, logged an ERA of 1.461 and allowed 30 hits and 14 walks
  • AL Rookie of the Month: Brewers 1B, Joey Meyer, .266 with 5 home runs, 21 runs batted in and 16 runs scored. This is his second Rookie of the Month award.

NL Standings:
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NL League Leaders:
Ave: Lenny Dykstra .345
HR: Eric Davis 16
RBI: Glenn Davis 53
SB: Vince Coleman 21
WAR: Eric Davis 3.0

W: Bob Welch 8
SV: John Franco 15
ERA: John Smotlz 1.51
K: Nolan Ryan 89
WAR:Nolan Ryan 3.7

NL Awards:
  • NL Player of the Month: Reds CF, Eric Davis, .378 with 11 home runs, 31 RBIs and scored 26 runs and .462 OBP
  • NL Pitcher of the Month: Mets SP, Ron Darling, went 5-0 with a 2.32 ERA; and fanned 46 in 54.1 innning
  • NL Rookie of the Month: Cardinals C, Todd Zeile, .261 with 4 HR and 13 RBI

Achievements:
None

Power Rankings:
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (142.6, +)
  • New York Met> (128.4, +)
  • Boston Red Sox (126.2, -)
  • Kansas City Royals (117.2, +)
  • Cincinnati Reds (114.7, ++)
  • San Diego Padres (111.0, +)
  • Toronto Blue Jays (109.9, -)
  • California Angels (106.2, +)
  • Houston Astros (103.0, --)
  • Chicago Cubs (99.3, ++)
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 6/1/1988
Record: 19-31, 5th 15 GB (3-5)
Power Ranking: 2oth, 61 points
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 62/Below Average
Owner Mood: Undecided
Attendance: 29,158 per game

Injuries:
  • None

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It was a tough strenth to end the month of May, the Los Angeles Dodgers, took 2 of 3, outscoring us 10-3 in the lossses. We one a 2-1 game, where Steve Cummings pitched 8 IP, give up 1 run on 8 hits, walked 1 and struck out 1. It was his fifth start since moving into the rotation and in all 5 he give up 2 runs or less in at least 6.2 IP. Then we took 2 of 3 from the San Francisco Giants. Ricky Jordan made his debut and went 1 for4 with a double and Louie Meadows added 2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and a SB. We won a 7-6 game in 12 innings where Darren Daulton had 5 hits, including 2 HRs and 4 RBIs. We were shut out in the finale. Then we ended May with 2 losses to the San Diego Padres, 4-2 and 5-4. In, the 1st game, Steve Cummings had his worst game, 4 ER in 8 IP, 3 of which were in the 8th inning. Dave Gallagher went 3 for 4 with both RBis. IN the 2nd, Mike Schmidt went yard, Milt Thompson added an RBI triple, but it wasn't enough as Tom Newell give up 4 ER in 6.2 IP. Gary Varsho made his MLB debut this week, going 3-24.

After going 11-11 in April, we plummeted to 8-20 in May. THe offense ranks at or near the bottom in most categories while the Ptiching is all over the place. Hopefully, June and the draft bring better luck.
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 6/6/1988
Record: 20-35, 5th 15 GB (1-4)
Power Ranking: 20th, 62.5 points
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 62/Below Average
Owner Mood: Undecided
Attendance: 29,158 per game

Injuries:
  • RF Keith Miller, chronic back soreness, out 3-4 weeks

Notes:
June did not start better than May, as we dropped the first 4 games before winning our 5th. The San Diego Padres finsihed off the sweep with a 6-3 victory. Louie Meadows, went 2-4 with a HR, while Walt Weiss, Ricky Jordan and Cecil Fielder pitched in doubles. Bruce Ruffin picthed well, 2 ER in 7 IP, but CL Ed Nunez give up 4 runs in 1/3 of inning picking up his 4th BS and 3 loss. The St. Louis Cardinals came to town and pounding our pitching staff for the 1st 3 games, 19-1, 8-7 and 9-2. Kevin Gross (5 IP, 4 ER), Rob Hicks (1 IP, 6 ER), Steve Howe (3.1 IP, 4 ER),Michael Jacksons (1 IP, 2 ER), Mike Maddux (6IP, 6ER), Steve Cummings (5IP, 4ER) and Ed Nunez (1.2IP, 5ER) were the culprits. Rob Hicks was brought up when Keith Miller went on the DL and was rocked in his debut. The final game of the 4 game series, was a 5-2 win for the Phillies. Louie Meadows, Milt Thompson and Mike Schmidt all went deep and Tom Newill pikced up his first ML win going 6.1 IP, giving up 2 ER on 3 its.

Tom Barrett was ejected for charging the mound after getting hit and was suspended for 3 games. i will need to send Rob Hicks back down and bring up a hitter.
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As I preparing for the MLB Draft, my laptop had some major issues and a new one is on the way. I will continue the season once my new laptop arrives this week.
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BBN News Draft Recap - 6/7/1988
The 1988 June Amateur Draft concluded today in New York City. After much debate and mock drafts by the analysts, we finally know who the Chicago White Sox took with the first pick: Mike Piazza, a 19 year old C from a high school in Florida. He projects as a power hitter who may develop into a decent hitter as well.

The Philadelphia Phillies had the 5th pick in today's and had a pick of three different power hitters, Frank Thomas, Jim Thome and Jeff Bagwell. Their GM, Davos Seaworth, explained why then went with Thome: " We liked all three of these guys, but Jim is a 3B with a lot of power who could be the heir apparent to Mike Schmidt, though as a lefty we could envision a move across the diamond to first. He is three years younger than the other two and just as close as being ready."

Here is the entire first round:
Round 1, Pick 1 - Chicago White Sox: C Mike Piazza, age 19
Round 1, Pick 2 - Cleveland Indians: 1B John Olerud, age 19
Round 1, Pick 3 - Minnesota Twins: 2B Jeff Kent, age 20
Round 1, Pick 4 - San Francisco Giants: 1B Mo Vaughn, age 20
Round 1, Pick 5 - Philadelphia Phillies: 3B Jim Thome, age 17
Round 1, Pick 6 - Toronto Blue Jays: 1B Frank E Thomas, age 20
Round 1, Pick 7 - Chicago Cubs: 3B Jeff Bagwell, age 20
Round 1, Pick 8 - Montreal Expos: CF Marty Cordova, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - Texas Rangers: 2B Chuck Knoblauch, age 19
Round 1, Pick 10 - Detroit Tigers: LF Brian S Giles, age 17
Round 1, Pick 11 - Atlanta Braves: C Carlos Delgado, age 15
Round 1, Pick 12 - Baltimore Orioles: LF Tim Salmon, age 19
Round 1, Pick 13 - California Angels: SP Shane Reynolds, age 20
Round 1, Pick 14 - St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Ryan Klesko, age 16
Round 1, Pick 15 - Montreal Expos: C Ivan Rodriguez, age 16
Round 1, Pick 16 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 2B Eric Young, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Kansas City Royals: 3B Chad Curtis, age 19
Round 1, Pick 18 - San Diego Padres: SS Damion Easley, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - New York Yankees: SP Andy Benes, age 20
Round 1, Pick 20 - Cleveland Indians: 3B Robin Ventura, age 20
Round 1, Pick 21 - Chicago White Sox: SP Jim Abbott, age 20
Round 1, Pick 22 - Seattle Mariners: 1B Tino Martinez, age 20
Round 1, Pick 23 - New York Yankees: CF Brian L Hunter, age 17
Round 1, Pick 24 - New York Mets: LF Darrell Sherman, age 21
Round 1, Pick 25 - Montreal Expos: 1B J T Snow, age 20
Round 1, Pick 26 - Milwaukee Brewers: CF Marquis Grissom, age 21

Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 1 - Chicago White Sox: SP Chris Nabholz, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 2 - Cleveland Indians: CF Bill Masse, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 3 - Minnesota Twins: SP Charles Nagy, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 4 - San Francisco Giants: SP Denny Neagle, age 19
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 5 - Chicago Cubs: 3B Butch Huskey, age 16
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 6 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Ben McDonald, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 7 - Detroit Tigers: SP Pedro Astacio, age 19
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 8 - Montreal Expos: SP Scott Erickson, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 9 - St. Louis Cardinals: RF Tom Goodwin, age 19
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 10 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 2B Mickey Morandini, age 22
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 11 - Oakland Athletics: SP Rheal Cormier, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 12 - New York Yankees: 3B Matt Stairs, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 13 - New York Mets: SS Gary Disarcina, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 14 - California Angels: 3B Ed Sprague, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 15 - Seattle Mariners: RP John H Doherty, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 16 - Kansas City Royals: LF Deion Sanders, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 17 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Sterling Hitchcock, age 17
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 18 - Montreal Expos: LF Billy Lott, age 17
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 19 - Oakland Athletics: 1B Omar Garcia, age 16
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 20 - New York Mets: SS Tim Barker, age 19
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 21 - California Angels: SP Jerry Dipoto, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 22 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Pat Rapp, age 20
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 23 - Montreal Expos: CF Ted Wood, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 24 - Oakland Athletics: 2B Matt Howard, age 20
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Phillies Draft Report - 6/7/1988
Here are the Phillies top ten draft picks from the draft:

Jim Thome 3B(1)
Darrin Beer RP(2)
Paul Quantrill SP (3)
Craig Paquette 3B (4)
German Jimenez SP (5)
Ray Ortiz RF (6)
Trevor Hoffman SS(7)
Jose Martinez SP (8)
Dennis Wiseman SP (9)
Greg Perschke RP (10)
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 6/6/1988
Record: 23-38, 5th 18 GB (3-3)
Power Ranking: 22nd, 64.9 points
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 62/Below Average
Owner Mood: Undecided
Attendance: 18,269 per game

Injuries:
  • None

Notes:
We started the week off on the road against the Montreal Expos. We won the first game 4-3, with Bruce Ruffin earning the win, going 6.1 IP giving up 3 runs striking our 7. David Wells and Michael Jackson finished the last 2.3 IP with 0 runs, 1 hit, 1 BB and 4 Ks. The offense was paced by
Mike Gallego going 4 for 4 with a 2B, 1 R and 1 RBI. The we took the second game behing 7 strong innings from Kevin Gross (1 R, 5 H, 2 BB, 10 K). Daren Daulton and Mike Schmidt went deep. We lost the final game 11-7 as Mike Maddux (5.2IP, 7 ER), and Jim Corsi (1.IP, 3ER) were lit up.

Then we went to Pittsburgh and lost 2 of 3 to the Pirates. Steve Cummings and Bruce Ruffin gave up 5 runs in their starts. The one win was 2-0 gem by Tom Newell, who went 8 shutout innings, giving up 4hits, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts.
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Phillies Phodder: Weekly Report - 8/1/1988
Record: 39-66, 5th 32.5 GB
Power Ranking: 23rd, 63.9 points
Fan Interest/Loyalty: 60/Below Average
Owner Mood: Worried
Attendance: 16,103 per game

Transaction:
  • Traded minor league pick up Mike Easler to Chicago Cubs for Rich Amaral, a AAA utility guy.
    [*}Traded CF Tack Wilson to Baltimore gettign CF JIm Traber and C Frank Bellino
    {*}Traded 2B Mike Gallego, SP Darren Coutler, RP Ed NUnex to LA Dodgers for SP John Wetteland, 1b Eric JOhnson, OF Ismael Ceparo and RP Lee Langley
    (*]SP Paul Gibson come off DL and went to rehab in minors, He is now up in the majors.
  • RP Bill Brueger was DFA's, cleared waivers and sent to AAA.

Notes:
July was a tough month as we wnt 10-18, but we brought up some prospects. We let Rule 5 pick Steve Howe go and brought up Jim Campbell. in 6.1 IP, he's giving up 1 run on 6 hits, 3 Ks. Todd Frohwirth was also brought up and he is 01- with 2 saves in 10.1 with 1 ER, 11, hits, 3 BB and 9 Ks. Steve Ontiveros made his debut pitching 6 strong innning but he was lit up in his next start. The Philies brightest star, Kevin Appier is 2-0 in 2 starts with 14 IP, 4 ER, 9 H, 3 BB and 11 K. All in all it was good for their development.
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I was finally able to spend some time playing so i simmed to the end of the season.

BNN End of Year MLB Report - 10/25/1988
Baseball Network News presents its season end MLB report

AL Standings:
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AL League Leaders:
Ave: Wade Boggs .345 (4th straight year)
HR: Jose Canseco 48
RBI: Don Mattingly 150 (2nd straight year)
SB: Rickey Henderson 67 (9th straight year)
WAR: Wade Boggs 8.3 (4th straight year)

W: Teddy Higuera 22
ERA: Mark Langston 2.40
K: Mark Langston 284
WAR: Roger Clemens 8.2 (2nd straight year)
SV: Dan Pleasac 33

NL Standings:
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NL League Leaders:
Ave: Tony Gwynn .349 (2nd straight year)
HR: Eric Davis 34 (2nd straight year)
RBI: kevin McReynolds 125
SB: Vince Coleman 68
WAR: Lenny Dykstra 7.7

W: Dwight Gooden 21
ERA: Nolan Ryan 2.02
K: Sid Fernandex 229
WAR: Nolan Ryan 8.3
SV: Mark Davis 44


Achievements:
Cycles - None
No Hitters:
  • 7/7/1988 Royals SP Mark Gubicza (4 K, 1 BB)
  • 8/24/1988 Mariners SP Mike Moore (4 K, 1 BB)
  • 8/24/1988 Mets SP Dwight Gooden (4 K, 1 BB), this was in the playoffs
50 HR Seasons: None
150 RBI Seasons: Yankess 1B Don Mattingly
20 Win Seasons:
  • Mets SP Dwight Gooden 21-5
  • Brewers SP B]Teddy Higuera[/B] 22-6
  • Royals SP Danny Jackson 21-6
Triple Crowns: None
Longest Hitting Streak: Expos 1B Andres Galarraga - 30 games

Single Season Records:
Strikeouts: 198 Royals CF Bo Jackson

Power Rankings:
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[B]BBN - 1988 MLB Playoff Report[B]
While it was not as wild 1987, 1988 saw 2 of the divisions come down to the final week.

The New York Mets won 111 games and won the NL East by 25 games.

In the NL West, the Cincinnati Reds held off the San Diego Padres and won the division with a week left in the season.

In the AL East, Boston Red Sox had 2.5 game lead over the Toronto Blue Jays on September 23rd, with 10 games left. The Red Sox won their next 3 but followed that up with 5 straight losses. Meanwhile the Blue Jays won all 9 of their games from the 23rd on to win the division by 2 games. In true Boston fashion, after they were eliminated, they won their final 2 games

In the AL West, the Kansas City Royals trailed the California Angels by 2 games with 10 games left. They went 8-2 in that stretch. Unlike like year, they did not play the Angels, who went 9-1 to win the division by 1.

In the NLCS, the Reds easily took care of the Mets in a rematch of the 1987 NLCS. They won the series 4-1 with only loss a
1-0 loss to Dwight Gooden, who throw a no hitter. Gooden allowed onbe baserunner on a walk and he was erased on a double play. Reds SS Barry Larkin hit .353 with 1 HR and 2 RBI and was named Series MVP.

The ALCS was a much closer series with the Blue Jays and Angels spliting the 1st two games. Then Toronto won Games 3 and 4 to take a commanding lead and put them 1 win away from their 1st World Series appearance. California took the next two games to set up a win or go home Game 7. In Game 7, the Angels jumped out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back, winning the game 7-3 and advancing to the World Series verse the Cincinnati Reds. Angels SP Mike Witt went 2-0, with 0.00 ERAm 4 hits, 5 BB and 12 Ks in 15.2 to win Series MVP.

The Cincinnati Reds took Game 1 of the World Series 2-1. In Game 2, the California Angels evened the series by winning 6-2. The Reds bounced back in Game 3 winning 6-3. The Angels turned thier pithcing up a notch, winning Game 4 (2-1), Game 5 (7-4) and Game 6 (1-0) to their first ever championship. CF Devon White, hit .318 with 1 HR and 3 RBIs to win the World Series MVP.

Congrats to the California Angels on their 1st World Series
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Phillies Phodder: Down on the Farm - 10/25/1988
This yearly report is a look back at the Phillies minor leagues teams to review their seasons and check on the progress of the prospects:

AAA - Scranton Wilkes-Barre Red Barons (IL - East) Record: 84-58, 1st Place, Power Ranking: 1/8 , LOST CHAMPIONSHIP 4-2
In the teams first year in Scranton, the Red Barons went from 58 wins to 84. This team was well balance as they rank first in AVE, HRs, Runs against, Starter ERA, Bullpen ERA and Defensive Efficiency. This season saw some of the top prospects make it to majors. They had 2 Gold Glove Winners: 1B Rob Nelson , SP Greg Hibbard

Pitcher of the Year: SP Len Watts - He went 11-5 with a 3.37 ERA, 3.49 FIP and a 4.4 WAR.
Player of the Year: 1B Rob Nelson

AA - Reading Phillies (EL) Record: 76-64 2nd 4 GB Power Ranking: 2/8 - Lost in Finals
Reading came in second in the Eastern League and secured the wildcard. They lost to the williamsport Bills 4-2. THey struggled on offense ranking last or next to last in Runs, AVE and OBP, but 2nd in HR. Their pitching was much better ranking first in Runs VS, Starters ERA and 3rd in Bullpen ERA. THey had 2 Gold Glove Winners: 1B Dave Myers, 3B Jose Leiva. While not considerd a top prospect, SP Brad Brink came in second in Pitcher of the Year for the Eastern League, going 12-6 with a 2.85 ERA, 3.75 FIP, with a 4.5 K/9 over 183 innings before a late season promotion to AAA.

Player of the Year: 1B Bill Stevenson

A - Clearwater Phillies (FSL - West) Record: 75-68, 3rd, 6 GB Power Ranking: 6/14
The Clearwater Phillies were an average team this season, being much better on offense than with pitching. Their defensive was atrocious, with the exception of Gold Glove LF Jeff Stark. SPs Mark Sims and Willie Blair finished 2nd and 3rd in Pitcher of the Year voting.

A - Spartanburg Phillies (SAL) Record:62-81, last, 17 GB Power Ranking: 12/12
Even though Spartanburg had a terrible year, they manage to have 7 All-Stars and a Gold Glover: 3B Jim Thome, who also finsihed second in MVP voting despite only playing half a season.

B&C - Batavia Clippers (NYPL- Stedler) Record:50-30, 1st [I]Power Rankings:[/B] 1/14 - LOST CHAMPIONSHIP
The Clippers were the second straight Phillies minor league to make it to the NYPL finals, but unlike the Utica Blue Sox last year, they fell short. THey lost the series 4-3 to the Elmira Pioneers. The Clippers had 9 All-Stars, 3 Gold Glovers: 3B Nicio Martinez, LF Brian Cornelius and P Marc Lopez.

Pitcher of the Year: 17 year old SP Jose Martinez, an 8th round pick this year. He went 12-1 with 2.14 ERA, 8.8 K/9 and a 3.5 WAR.
MVP: RF Ray Ortiz, a 6th round pick this year, hit .369, 8 HR, 46 RBI, 8 SB, .451 OBP, 1.1019 OPS, 185 wRC+ and a 4.2 WAR.

B&C - Martinsville Phillies (Appalachian North) Record:47-25, 2nd, 8 GB Power Ranking: 2/8
The Martinsville Phillies missed out on the playoffs despite winning 65% of their games. They had 10 All-Stars this year, 1b Jimmy Roso and 2B Andy Mesa won Gold Gloves, but they were led by RF Mike Little and SP Ron Weber, who finished second in MVP and Pitcher of the Year voting respectively.
2nd Round pick [B}Darrin Beer[/B] went 9-3 with 14 saves, 2.15 ERA, 8.8 K/9, 2.4 BB/9, 2.71 FIP and 0.8 WAR. A good start

Phillies Top Prospects
Here is how the top 20 prospects in the Phillies Farm system are doing. The ones not listed spent all season in the majors.

#1 Prospect (#48 MLB)- SP Kevin Appier - (AAA) 8-3, 3.53 ERA, 3.46 FIP, 14 GS, 112.1 IP, 0.7 HR/9, 7.9 K/9, 3.2 BB/9, 2.7 WAR. (AA) 1-4, 3.60 ERA, 3.86 FIP, 6 GS, 50 IP, 0.7 HR/9, 3.1 BB/9, 6.3 K/9, 0.8 WAR. He finished the season with 12 starts in the bigs. He figures to be in the rotation there next season.
#3 Prospect (#66)- RF Keith Miller - 23 G, 104 PA, .275, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 4 SB, .356 OBP, .418 SLG, .773 OPS, 0.6 WAR, 114 wRC+ - He was called up in May and spent most of the season in Philadelphia. He struggled in MLB and may spend some time in AAA next year.
#4 Prospect (#78) - 2B Rich Amaral - 28 G, 137 PA, .228, 1 HR, 10 RBI, 11 SB, .346 OBP, .325 SLG, .670 OPS, 0.3 WAR, 88 wRC+ - He came over in a July trade with the Cubs and will be given a chance to make the team next next.
#6 Prospect (#109) 1B Rob Nelson - 117 G, 519 PA, .283, 33 HR, 82 RBI, 1 SB, .389 OBP, .551 SLG, .940 OPS, 4.4 WAR, 150 wRC+ - He made his MLB debut in July and bounced back and forth for the 2nd half. He struggled in the majors but was a stud at AAA. He was MVP of the league, won a Gold Glove and lead the league in HRs and OPS. He'll fight for a role at 1B next year.
#7 Prospect (#126)- LF Steve De Angelis - 126 G, 544 PA, .280, 10 HR, 62 RBI, 10 SB, .362 OBP, .418 SLG, .781 OPS, 1.5 WAR, 118 wRC+ - He made the majors this year and will be given a chance to win a bench spot next year.
#9 Prospect - 1B Bill Stevenson 122 G, 527 PA, .269, 27 HR, 75 RBI, .376 OBP, .521 SLG, .897 OPS, 3.8 WAR, 152 wRC+ - He will need to be added to the 40 man roster to avoid the rule 5 draft. His power alone makes it worth it.
#10 Prospect - Ricky Jordan - 57 G, 254 PA, .329, 8 HR, 37 RBI, 5 SB, .366 OBP, .511 SLG, .877 OPS, 1.6 WAR, 137 wRC+ - After winning MVP of the Eastern League (AA), he raked at AAA this year. He too bounced from AAA to MLB all season spending close to 60 games at each level. He will be given a chance to make the team next year but he has an option remaining.
#11 Prospect - Howard Nichols (20/20) .340, 7 HR, 30 RBI, 5 SB, .938 OPS, 2.2 WAR
#12 Prospect - 3B Jose Leiva 123 G, 558 PA, .193, 0 HR, 31 RBI, .280 OPB, .215 SLG, .495 OPS, -0.5 WAR, 49 wRC+ - Despit ehsi GG defense at 3rd, his offense is so far from average that he will most likely be released or traded.
#13 Prospect - 2B Luis Iglesias (AAA) 36 G, 140 PA, .277, 3 HR, 16 RBI, 6 SB, .371 OBP, .387 SLG, .758 OPS, 1.2 WAR, 119 wRC+ - He will most likely open in AAA. He is Rule 5 eligible. (AA) 80 G, 310 PA, .229, 15 HR, 42 RBI, 4 SB, .332 OBP, .462 SLG, .795 OPS, 1.5 WAR, 108 wRC+ - He will most likely open in AAA. He is Rule 5 eligible.
#14 Prospect - SP Greg Hibbard - 15-11, 3.58 ERA, 3.82 FIP, 31 GS, 242.2 IP, 0.9 HR/9, 5.6 K/9, 2.1 BB/9, 4.8 WAR. He finished second in Pither of the Year voting. He will most likely make his big league debut next season.
#15 Prospect - LF Frank Bellino 32 G, 113 PA, .248, 2 HR, 20 RBI, .319 OBP, .347 SLG, .665 OPS, 0.2 WAR, 89 wRC+ - He came over in a July trade with Baltimore. Most likely he spend next year in AAA as at best he is a utlity player in the majors.
#16 Prospect - RF Tony Brown 94 G, 390 PA, .235, 3 HR, 32 RBI, 14 SB, .300 OBP, .314 SLG, .614 OPS, -0.3 WAR 73 wRC+ - He is a minor league FA, and will probably be let go.
#17 Prospect - C Derek Parks 106 G, 435 PA, .201, 11 HR, 42 RBI, 1 SB, .309 OBP, .324 SLG, .633 OPS, 1.5 WAR, 84 wRC+ - At 20, he is very young for AA and struggled offensively. He will repeat AA and should fare much better.
#18 Prospect - 1B Jeff Grotewold 121 G, 512 PA, .270, 10 HR, 83 RBI, .316 OBP, .416 SLG, .732 OPS, 2.2 WAR, 112 wRC+ - He had a fairly good year in his second professtional season. His flexibility to play C and 1B will help his progress.
#19 Prospect - SSKen Jackson (AAA) 30 G, 88 PA, .111, 0 HR, 5 RBI, 1 SB, .182 OBP, .160 SLG, .342 OPS, -0.5 WAR, 0 wRC+ - He is a minor league FA this offseason.
(AA) 24 G, 98 PA, .213, 1 HR, 11 RBI, 3 SB, .276 OBP, .315 SLG, .590 OPS, 0.1 WAR, 66 wRC+ - He was promoted in mid-May to AAA
#20 Prospect - C Mark Verstandig (AA) 7 G, 28 PA, .368, 2 HR, 3 RBI, .556 OBP, .789 SLG, 1.345 OPS, 0.6 WAR, 252 wRC+ (A) 104 G, 432 PA, .266, 3 HR, 39 RBI, .415 OBP, .371 SLG, .787 OPS, 3.0 WAR, 132 wRC+ - In his second he was promoted to AA at the end of the season and had a great debut there. He will most likely stay at this level for a full season next year.
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11/11/1988 - End of Year GM Report
It was another tough year for the Phillies as we finished 63-99, which was tied for last in the division and tied for the 5th worst in the majors. We scored 599 runs and allowed 796. A staggering differnce of -197. Our final Power Ranking was 23rd. This was a major disappointment as I expected to imporve towards 80 wins, but the season started off rough when we lost Von Hayes for season in the first week. We had some ups and downs and some of our younger players made some strides, whihc gives me hope for next year.

Here is a position by position overview of the players who played for the Phils this season:

Catchers
  • Darren Daulton (Age: 27) - 399 AB, .208, 12 HR, 43 RBI, 4 SB, 14.7 BB%, 17.3 K%, .322 OBP, .668 OPS, .306 wOBA, 100 wRC+, 2.3 WAR, 0.8 ZR, 38.7 CS%
  • Tom Prince (24) - 125 AB, .224, 3 HR, 15 RBI, .300 OBP, 8.6 BB%, 15.7 K%,.304 wOBA, .668 OPS, 98 wRC+, 0.8 WAR, 0.5 ZR, 33.3 CS%
  • Lance Parrish - 102 AB, .260, 4 HR, 16 RBI, 3.9 BB%, 25.5 K%, .294 OBP, .721 OPS, .321 wOBA, 110 wRC+, 0.7 WAR, 0.5 ZR, 34.8 CS% Traded in May
  • Ronald Nelson (24) - 3 for 14, .214, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 5 K, 0.2 WAR, 0.5 ZR, 50% CS

While, the counting stats were the same,Daulton cut his K% by 5% and improve his walk rate by 3 %. He will be the starter next year with Nelson, and [b}Prince[/b] fighting for the backup spot. I will look to add some FAs or some of the guys form my upper minors into the mix as well.
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Infielders
  • Cecil Feilder (25) - 1B - 440 AB, .224, 13 HR, 47 RBI, 1 SB, 6.8 BB%, 23.4 K%, .632 OPS, .283 wOBA, 82 wRC+, -0.5 WAR, -0.5 ZR
  • RIcky Jordan (23) - 1B - 151 AB, .225, 1 HR, 14 RBI, 3 SB, 5.0 BB%, 11.9 K%, .567 OPS, .245 wOBA, 54 wRC+, -0.5 WAR, -0.4 ZR
  • Rob Nelson (24) - 1B - 71 AB, .169, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 16.3 BB%, 16.3K%, .553 OPS, .266 wOBA, 69 wRC+, -0.2 WAR, -0.6 ZR
  • Mike Schimdt (39) - 3B - 400 AB, .265, 18 HR, 60 RBI, 12.4 BB%, 10.2 K%, .819 OPS, .361 wOBA, 140 wRC+, 4.1 WAR, +3.6 ZR
  • Rich Amaral (26) - 3B - 64 AB, .172, 1 HR, 26 RBI, 4 SB, 8.3 BB%, 20.8 K%, .500 OPS, .235 wOBA, 47 wRC+, -0.4 WAR, -2.0 ZR
  • Mike Gallego (28) - 2B - 249 AB, .249, 1 HR, 16 RBI, 5 SB, 9.3 BB%, 12.8 K%, .655 OPS, .297 wOBA, 93 wRC+, 0.5 WAR - Traded in July
  • Walt Weiss (25) - SS - 489 AB, .268, 1 HR, 38 RBI, 21 SB, 8.5 BB%, 13.4 K%, .677 OPS, .308 wOBA, 101 wRC+, 3.2 WAR, +5.1 ZR
  • Greg Legg (28) - 2B - 38 AB, .152, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 0 SB, 10.5 BB%, 5.3 K%, .449 OPS, .215 wOBA, 32 wRC+, -0.3 WAR, -0.4 ZR
  • Brian Giles (28) - 2B - 76 AB, .184, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 SB, 17.2 BB%, 24.7 K%, .662 OPS, .306 wOBA, 99 wRC+, 0.5 WAR - Traded in May
  • Tom Barrett (28) - 2B -351 AB, .251, 1 HR, 26 RBI, 26 SB, 11.4 BB%, 12.4 K%, .704 OPS, .322 wOBA, 111 wRC+, 2.4 WAR, +2.3 ZR
  • Gary Varsho (27) - 2B - 122 AB, .180, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 9 SB, 6.8 BB%, 18.9 K%, .483 OPS, .223 wOBA, 38 wRC+, -0.1 WAR, +2.9 ZR

The infield was a mix of good and bad. After a slow start Walt Weiss caught fire in June and never looked back, finishing 3rd in ROY voting. Schmidt declined offensively but had a fantastic season defensively. Second base was a struggle until Tom Barrett took over. He played well, both offensively and defensively. I prefer him as a utility guy as he played well at 2B, 3B and LF. Plus with Weiss's lack of power, I'd like a better offensive 2B. All 3 of my first basemen were below average on offensive and defensive. I will probably keep Fielder as he has a ton of raw power and look to trade one of the other two. Amaral and Varsho will be fighting for bench spots. Legg most likely will be cut or in minors.
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1989 Season Review

BBN - 1989 MLB Year End Report
Here is an overview of the 1989 Season

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
New York Mets 109 53 .673 - 770 475
Pittsburgh Pirates 91 71 .562 18 704 637
Chicago Cubs 80 82 .494 29 692 656
Montreal Expos 69 93 .426 40 635 764
St. Louis Cardinals 69 93 .426 40 638 756
Philadelphia Phillies 59 103 .364 50 560 750

LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
Los Angeles Dodgers 100 62 .617 - 732 556
San Diego Padres 98 64 .605 2 821 658
Houston Astros 90 72 .556 10 717 627
Cincinnati Reds 81 81 .500 19 700 738
San Francisco Giants 73 89 .451 27 669 706
Atlanta Braves 53 109 .327 47 558 873

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
Milwaukee Brewers 95 67 .586 - 808 624
New York Yankees 94 68 .580 1 691 601
Boston Red Sox 89 73 .549 6 781 700
Cleveland Indians 81 81 .500 14 716 663
Toronto Blue Jays 69 93 .426 26 597 714
Detroit Tigers 68 94 .420 27 647 745
Baltimore Orioles 55 107 .340 40 638 874

LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
Kansas City Royals 104 58 .642 - 732 559
California Angels 102 60 .630 2 773 559
Oakland Athletics 92 70 .568 12 747 631
Seattle Mariners 86 76 .531 18 803 741
Texas Rangers 76 86 .469 28 710 718
Chicago White Sox 65 97 .401 39 587 775
Minnesota Twins 58 104 .358 46 584 910

In the NLCS, the Los Angeles Dodgers swept the New York Mets.
In the ALCS, the Milwaukee Brewers swept the Kansas City Royals
In the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3, winning their 6th championship.

NL Awards:
  • MVP: Barry Bonds (PIT) - .330/.413/.568, 563 AB, 29 HR, 28 SB, 114 R, 114 RBI, 8.5 WAR
  • Cy Young: David Cone (NYM) - 22-7, 2.28 ERA, 225.1 IP, 1.06 WHIP, 8.5 K/9, 6.6 WAR
  • Rookie of the Year: Bernanrd Gilkey - .297/.365/.435, 508 AB, 9 HR, 35 SB, 134 wRC+, 4.6 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Rob Dibble (CHC) - 6-2, 1.81 ERA, 84.1 IP, 1.03 WHIP, 13.8 K/9, 2.9 WAR

AL Awards:
  • MVP: Howard Johnson (KC) - .322/.421/.625, 472 AB, 33 HR, 21 SB, 102 R, 177 wRC+, 7.0 WAR
  • Cy Young: Frank Viola (CAL) - 23-8, 2.05 ERA, 267.2 IP, 0.96 WHIP, 5.9 K/9, 7.0 WAR
  • Rookie of the Year: Chad Curtis (KC) - 239/.304/.343, 414 AB, 5 HR, 50 SB, 87 wRC+, 1.6 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Dan Plesac (MLW) - 11-7, 27 SV, 2.26 ERA, 83.2 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 9.1 K/9, 1.6 WAR

NL League Leaders
  • AVG: Lenny Dykstra .343
  • HR: Kevin Mitchell 38
  • RBI: Kevin Mithcell 127
  • SB: Delino DeSheilds 45
  • WAR: Lenny Dykstra 10.0
  • WINS: Dave Cone, John Smiley 22
  • SAVES: Dave Smith 42
  • ERA: Dwight Gooden 2.27
  • K'S: Sid Fernandez 236
  • WAR: Dwight Gooden 7.8

AL League Leaders
  • AVG: Ellis Burks .347
  • HR: Andre Dawson 41
  • RBI: Andre Dawson 142
  • SB: Otis Nixon 62
  • WAR: Ellis Burks 8.9
  • WINS:Frank Viola 23
  • SAVES: Tom Henke 45
  • ERA: Frank Viola 2.05
  • K'S: Roger Clemens 251
  • WAR: Roger Clemens 10.6


Achievements:
Cycles: Ron Gant, Billy Hatcher, Geronimo Pena, Dante Bichette
No Hitters: Bruce Hurst, Ed Whitson
50 HR Seasons: None
150 RBI Seasons: None
20 Win Seasons: David Cone, Dwight Gooden, John Smiley, Frank Viola
Triple Crowns: None
Longest Hitting Streak: Ellis Burks - 29 games

Single Season Records:
Walks: Jack Clark - 184
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Phillies Phodder: Year in Review 1989
This is a quick overview of the 1989 season:

Record: 59-103, last place, 50 GB
Attendance: 846,788; 10,454 per game
Runs Scored/Allowed: 560/750

It was a terrible year.

Off Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made before the season began:
  • Rule 5 picks: SS Kevin Elser, SP Mark Leiter, C Erik Pappas
  • Free Agents: SS Tony Phillips (1 Year)
  • Minor League FAs: RP Rich Garces, RP Darren Oliver, RP Johnny Ruffin, CL Mark Wohlers, SP Daryl Kile, OF Jeff Conine, OF Billy Ashley, 1b Greg Pirkl
  • NOTE: I think by pushing the original draft back to the second season caused some players to show up as undrafted free agents in the off season.
  • Traded SP Kevin Gross, 1B Von Hayes, 1B Rob Nelson, C Mark Vestandig to Houston for RP Cris Carpenter, C Tony Eusebio, OF Lou Frazier, OF Tuffy Rhodes, SS Royce Clayton
  • Traded SS Rafael Ramirez to Minnesota for SP Shawn Boskie
  • Traded SP Mike Maddux to Detroit for SP Allen Morlock, SP Kevin Ritz

Top Five Batters:
Here are were my 5 best batters this season.
Pos Player Age G GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO AVG OBP SLG OPS wRC+WAR
3B Tony Phillips 30 154 149 566 82 167 23 6 7 47 10 13 93 101 .295 .394 .394 .788 133 4.2
C Darren Daulton 27 131 131 490 54 113 23 2 15 65 1 2 45 78 .231 .296 .378 .674 95 3.2
1B Cecil Fielder 25 151 133 505 78 130 17 0 30 75 1 0 78 137 .257 .356 .469 .826 126 2.2
SS Walt Weiss 25 123 113 454 44 115 22 0 2 37 2 4 39 59 .253 .315 .315 .629 85 1.5
CF Dave Gallagher 28 137 122 468 47 124 13 1 4 40 4 4 30 58 .265 .307 .323 .629 80 1.4

Top Five Pitchers:
Here are were my 5 best pitchers this season.
Player Age W L Pct G GS SV IP H ER HR BB SO ERA FIP WAR
Greg Hibbard 24 1310 0.565 31 31 0 209.1 192 58 9 57 118 2.49 3.23 4.7
Kevin Appier 21 4 14 0.222 32 29 0 183.1 184 91 15 73 149 4.47 3.56 3.2
Bruce Ruffin 25 6 12 0.333 32 32 0 179.0 190 74 7 76 100 3.72 3.61 3.0
Michael Jackson 24 5 9 0.357 62 0 25 81.1 76 25 4 25 92 2.77 2.46 1.8
David Wells 26 4 2 0.667 60 0 5 80.0 83 32 6 20 63 3.60 2.94 1.3

In-Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made during the season.
  • Traded SP Len Watts to Houston for SP Bruce Prybylinski
  • Traded 2B Tom Barrett to New York Yankees for 1B Orestes Destrade, RP Alan Mills
  • Traded SP Marvin Freeman to Boston for SP Tom Bolton
  • Traded 1B Bill Stevenson to California for SP Dan Freed
  • Traded OF Milt Thompson to Detroit for 2B Tim Leiper
  • Traded 1B Bill Stevenson to California for SP Dan Freed
  • Notable Draft Picks: OF Rondell White, OF Darrell Whitmore, 1B Tim Costo, 2b Kevin Jordan, C Brook Fordyce
  • Free Agents: OF Tony Armas (1 year)
  • Minor League FAs: RP Troy Percival, RP Ramon Ortiz, RB Rusty Meacham, RP Heatrhcliff Slocumb, SS Dickie Thon

Awards:
Here are the awards we won during the season:
  • All-Stars: RP Michael Jackson
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BBN - 1990 MLB Year End Report
Here is an overview of the 1990 Season

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
New York Mets 101 61 .623 - 693 519
Chicago Cubs 90 72 .556 11 793 647
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 .512 18 681 705
Pittsburgh Pirates 82 80 .506 19 616 638
Philadelphia Phillies 76 86 .469 25 663 696
Montreal Expos 64 98 .395 37 517 733


LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
Los Angeles Dodgers 96 67 .589 - 707 624
San Diego Padres 95 68 .583 1 759 613
Cincinnati Reds 85 77 .525 10½ 688 629
Houston Astros 71 91 .438 24½ 594 645
Atlanta Braves 68 94 .420 27½ 697 824
San Francisco Giants 62 100 .383 33½ 604 739

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
Toronto Blue Jays 99 63 .611 - 784 633
Milwaukee Brewers 98 64 .605 1 844 745
New York Yankees 89 73 .549 10 830 698
Cleveland Indians 85 77 .525 14 834 829
Detroit Tigers 72 90 .444 27 817 868
Boston Red Sox 67 95 .414 32 758 871
Baltimore Orioles 66 96 .407 33 632 795

LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
California Angels 114 48 .704 - 895 564
Kansas City Royals 93 69 .574 21 843 677
Seattle Mariners 88 74 .543 26 797 667
Oakland Athletics 79 83 .488 35 757 713
Minnesota Twins 68 94 .420 46 681 857
Chicago White Sox 60 102 .370 54 588 870
Texas Rangers 56 106 .346 58 695 968

In the NLCS, the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the New York Mets 4-1.
In the ALCS, the Califonia Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-1.
In the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Califonia Angels 4-2, winning their 7th championship and 2nd in a row.

NL Awards:
  • MVP: David Cone (NYM) - 23-8, 2.06 ERA, 274.2 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 8.7 K/9, 9.0 WAR
  • Cy Young: David Cone (NYM) - 23-8, 2.06 ERA, 274.2 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 8.7 K/9, 9.0 WAR
  • Rookie of the Year - Paul Russo (HOU) - .218/.297/.437, 197 AB, 12 HR, 113 wRC+, 1.6 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Rob Dibble (CHC) - 4-5, 23 SV, 1.67 ERA, 75.1 IP, 0.93 WHIP, 15.9 K/9, 3.1 WAR

AL Awards:
  • MVP: Roger Clemens (CAL) - 23-5, 1.72 ERA, 282.2 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 8.7 K/9, 10.9 WAR
  • Cy Young: Roger Clemens (CAL) - 23-5, 1.72 ERA, 282.2 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 8.7 K/9, 10.9 WAR
  • Rookie of the Year: Jon Olerud (CLE) - .323/.419/.553, 619 AB, 33 HR, 107 R, 108 RBI, 6.4 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Duane Ward (TOR) 12-4, 29 SV, 1.30 ERA, 76.1 IP, 0.94 WHIP, 10.4 K/9, 2.8 WAR

NL League Leaders
  • AVG: Brian Harper .352
  • HR: Eric Davis 37
  • RBI: Eric Davis 116
  • SB: Roberto Alomar 44
  • WAR: Barry Larkin 8.5
  • WINS: Dave Cone 23
  • SAVES: Scott Terry 39
  • ERA: David Cone 2.06
  • K'S: David Cone 266
  • WAR: David Cone 9.0

AL League Leaders
  • AVG: Rickey Henderson .335
  • HR: Howard Johnson 42
  • RBI: Jose Canseco 132
  • SB: Marqueis Grissom 69
  • WAR: Ellis Burks 8.6
  • WINS: Roger Clemens 23
  • SAVES: Doug Jones 36
  • ERA - Roger Clemens 1.72
  • K'S: Randy Johnson 284
  • WAR - Roger Clemens 10.9


Achievements:
Cycles: Randy Washington, George Brett, Ron Gant
No Hitters: Tom Candiotti, Mike Skinner
50 HR Seasons: None
150 RBI Seasons: None
20 Win Seasons: David Cone, Tom Candiotti, Roger Clemens, Kevin Gross
Triple Crowns: David Cone
Longest Hitting Streak: Ozzie Guillen - 25 games

Single Season Records:
None
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Phillies Phodder: Year in Review 1990
This is a quick overview of the 1990 season:

Record: 76-86, 5th place, 25 GB
Attendance: 1,294,064; 15,978 per game
Runs Scored/Allowed: 663/696

It was a better year, but still not good.

Off Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made before the season began.
  • Free Agents Lost: SS Tony Phillips, OF Tony Armas
  • Rule 5 picks: 1B Gary Redus
  • Free Agents: SP Charlie Hough (1 YR), 3B Mike Paglarulo (2 YR)
  • Minor League FAs: OF Mitch Webster
  • Traded OF Louie Meadows, SP Mark Leiter, RP German Jimenez, RP Michael Jackson to California for OF Dante Bichette
  • Traded SP Joe Skalski to Boston for SP Travis Buckley, RP Mike Amer

Top Five Batters:
Here are were my 5 best batters this season.
Pos Player Age G GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO AVG OBP SLG OPS wRC+WAR
1B Cecil Fielder 26 138 134 503 88 150 24 0 30 83 2 5 83 115 .298 .398 .525 .923 162 4.6
SS Walt Weiss 26 132 127 493 52 128 22 0 3 49 20 10 52 65 .260 .330 .323 .653 95 2.8
2B Carlos Baerga 21 68 65 249 35 76 14 1 7 35 3 2 15 42 .305 .351 .454 .805 143 2.1
3B Chris James 27 125 94 416 42 119 17 4 10 54 2 1 17 41 .286 .316 .418 .734 115 1.9
CF Mitch Webster 31 39 35 138 23 40 8 1 5 18 15 4 10 19 .290 .340 .471 .811 143 1.7


Top Five Pitchers:
Here are were my 5 best pitchers this season.
Player Age W L Pct G GS SV IP H ER HR BB SO ERA FIP WAR
Kevin Appier 22 7 10 0.412 27 27 0 181.0 166 56 9 55 158 2.78 2.94 5.1
Bruce Ruffin 26 13 7 0.650 30 30 0 197.2 177 81 11 79 116 3.69 3.81 3.2
Jose de Jesus 25 8 11 0.421 29 29 0 176.2 154 80 10 110 142 4.08 4.06 2.3
Greg Hibbard 25 7 6 0.538 19 19 0 117.1 125 40 5 32 46 3.07 3.63 2.2
David Wells 27 6 9 0.400 73 0 38 73.0 64 23 5 13 62 2.84 2.71 1.5

In-Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made during the season:
  • Waiver Claims: 2B Carlos Baerga
  • Notable Draft Picks: SP Andy Pettitte, SP Salomon Torres, SP Cory Lidle, 2B Eddy Diaz, 2B Homer Bush
  • Free Agents:
  • Minor League FAs: SP Scott Lewis, SP Dave Beard, 2B Glenn Hubbard, RP Jim Bennett, OF Otis Nixon
  • Extensions: C Darren Daulton (4 yrs , $2.35M); OF Gary Redus (4 yrs, $2.236M)
  • Traded SP Dave Beard to St. Louis for OF Eric Alexander
  • Traded SP Tom Bolton to Cleveland for RP Robb Nen, SP Rick Shackle
  • Traded SP Randy Hennis to St. Louis for 2B Craig Wilson
  • Traded SP Charlie Hough, OF Darrell Whitmore to New York Yankess for OF Turner Ward, OF Rickey Ledee, SP Royal Clayton, 2B Hector Vargas
  • Traded OF Keith Miller, SS Luis Iglesias to Houston for 3B Ken Caminiti
  • Traded SS Dickie Thon to San Francisco for SS Mike Benjamin, SP Gil Heredia
  • Traded OF Mitch Webster to Pittsburgh for OF Tony Longmire, RP Orlando Lind, RP Martin Hernandez

Awards:
Here are the awards we won during the season.
  • All-Stars: 1B Cecil Fielder
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BBN - 1991 MLB Year End Report
Here is an overview of the 1991 Season

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
Chicago Cubs 90 72 .556 - 689 649
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 .512 7 611 617
Pittsburgh Pirates 80 82 .494 10 586 605
New York Mets 71 91 .438 19 615 677
Philadelphia Phillies 67 95 .414 23 604 673
Montreal Expos 66 96 .407 24 664 820

LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
San Diego Padres 98 64 .605 - 751 559
Los Angeles Dodgers 97 65 .599 1 724 535
San Francisco Giants 93 69 .574 5 666 619
Atlanta Braves 82 80 .506 16 682 695
Houston Astros 81 81 .500 17 660 664
Cincinnati Reds 64 98 .395 34 659 798

LEAGUE STANDINGS EAST DIVISION
Toronto Blue Jays 108 54 .667 - 844 668
Detroit Tigers 90 72 .556 18 766 735
Milwaukee Brewers 87 75 .537 21 859 733
New York Yankees 83 79 .512 25 820 753
Boston Red Sox 70 92 .432 38 763 838
Cleveland Indians 68 94 .420 40 769 855
Baltimore Orioles 61 101 .377 47 684 839


LEAGUE STANDINGS WEST DIVISION
California Angels 101 61 .623 - 869 654
Kansas City Royals 84 78 .519 17 788 784
Oakland Athletics 81 81 .500 20 793 743
Minnesota Twins 80 82 .494 21 715 744
Seattle Mariners 80 82 .494 21 755 786
Texas Rangers 80 82 .494 21 743 818
Chicago White Sox 61 101 .377 40 613 831

In the NLCS, the San Diego Padres beat the Chicago Cubs 4-1.
In the ALCS, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Califonia Angels 4-1.
In the World Series, the San Diego Padres defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2, winning their 1st championship.

NL Awards:
  • MVP: Barry Bonds (PIT) - .301/.407/.543, 595 AB, 37 HR, 119 R, 91 RBI, 45 SB, 8.8 WAR
  • Cy Young: Tom Candiotti (LAD) - 18-9, 2.04 ERA, 282.0 IP, 0.84 WHIP, 7.2 K/9, 8.6 WAR
  • Rookie of the Year - Juan Guzman (STL) - 17-8, 2.92 ERA, 213.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 8.3 K/9, 5.0 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Rob Dibble (CHC) - 7-2, 39 SV, 0.99 ERA, 91.1 IP, 0.92 WHIP, 14.0 K/9, 3.8 WAR

AL Awards:
  • MVP: Fred McGriff (TOR) - .311/.401/.588, 614 AB, 48 HR, 119 R, 119 RBI, 4 SB, 7.6 WAR
  • Cy Young: Roger Clemens (CAL) - 21-7, 2.31 ERA, 257.2 IP, 0.97 WHIP, 8.2 K/9, 8.5 WAR
  • Rookie of the YearPaul Sorrento (MIN) - .286/.370/.443, 447 AB, 16 HR, 57 R, 63 RBI, 2.5 WAR
  • Reliever of the Year: Duane Ward (TOR) 8-4, 42 SV, 2.00 ERA, 67.2 IP, 1.02 WHIP, 10.0 K/9, 2.4 WAR

NL League Leaders
  • AVG: Will Clark .328
  • HR: Barry Bonds, Ron Gant 37
  • RBI: Kevin Mitchell 130
  • SB: Roberto Alomar 67
  • WAR: Barry Bonds 8.8
  • WINS: Tom Candiotti 18
  • SAVES: Rob Dibble 39
  • ERA: John Smilry 1.91
  • K'S: David Cone 269
  • WAR: Tom Candiotti 8.6

AL League Leaders
  • AVG: Rickey Henderson .335
  • HR: Howard Johnson 42
  • RBI: Jose Canseco 132
  • SB: Marqueis Grissom 69
  • WAR: Ellis Burks 8.6
  • WINS: Roger Clemens, Chuck Finley, Jim Abbott 21
  • SAVES: Duane Ward 42
  • ERA - Roger Clemens 2.31
  • K'S: Randy Johnson 260
  • WAR: Roger Clemens 8.5


Achievements:
Cycles: Tom Dodd, Kevin Mitchell, Mickey Tettleon
No Hitters: Tom Candiotti (Perfect Game)
50 HR Seasons: None
150 RBI Seasons: None
20 Win Seasons: Roger Clemens, Chuck Finley, Jim Abbott
Triple Crowns: None
Longest Hitting Streak: Junior Felix - 27 games

Single Season Records:
Opponents AVG: Tom Candiotti - .161
Hits Per 9 IP: Tom Candiotti - 5.04
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Phillies Phodder: Year in Review 1991
This is a quick overview of the 1991 season:

Record: 67-95, 5th place, 23 GB
Attendance: 1,425,678; 17,600 per game
Runs Scored/Allowed: 604/673

Off Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made before the season began.
  • Free Agents Lost: 3B Mike Pagliarulo (option declined), RP Steve Ontiveros
  • Rule 5 picks:
  • Free Agents: SP Frank Tanana (1 yr)
  • Minor League FAs: OF Mike Kingery, OF Delwyn Young, RP Matt Grott
  • Traded SS Rich Amaral, SP Scott Lewis to Houston for RP Jim Gott, SP Mike Trombley
  • Traded OF Dave Gallagher to New York Mets for 1B Pete Callas, SS Tim Bogar
  • Traded OF Kevin Ward to Texas for OF Melvin Nieves, RP Woody Williams
  • Traded RP Paul Gibson to St. Louis for 1B Drew Denson, SP Greg Mathews

Top Five Batters:
Here are were my 5 best batters this season.
Pos Player Age G GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO AVG OBP SLG OPS wRC+WAR
3B Ken Caminiti 28 144 142 555 70 141 25 4 14 59 1 1 44 102 .254 .309 .389 .698 97 3.1
C Darren Daulton 29 131 124 443 57 100 19 1 9 29 5 2 65 94 .226 .328 .334 .662 90 2.6
RF Dante Bichette 27 68 65 289 38 95 22 1 9 35 8 9 7 53 .329 .348 .505 .853 141 2.3
CF Mark Whiten 24 91 91 391 53 114 11 3 14 42 16 7 29 71 .292 .340 .442 .783 121 2.0
1B Cecil Fielder 27 153 137 548 74 139 18 0 27 84 0 0 58 133 .254 .327 .434 .762 112 1.8

Top Five Pitchers:
Here are were my 5 best pitchers this season.
Player Age W L Pct G GS SV IP H ER HR BB SO ERA FIP WAR
Kevin Appier 23 9 13 0.409 32 32 0 208.1 190 81 12 64 185 3.50 2.91 6.1
David Wells 28 12 8 0.600 32 32 0 207.1 169 55 12 40 124 2.39 3.12 5.4
Curt Schilling 24 7 6 0.538 51 16 2 118.0 99 45 8 57 96 3.43 3.69 1.8
Cris Carpenter 26 7 5 0.583 63 0 18 73.0 78 24 5 17 52 2.96 3.10 1.2
Jose de Jesus 26 6 10 0.375 25 25 0 143.2 132 57 7 100 80 3.57 4.58 1.0

In-Season Transactions:
Here are the moves I made during the season:
  • Waiver Claims: RP Xavier Hernandez, OF John Vander Wal, 2B Mark Lemke
  • Notable Draft Picks: OF Shawn Green, SP Rene Arocha, OF Chad Mottola, OF Ben Candeleria, SP Don Wengert, SP Brien Taylor
  • Free Agents:
  • Minor League FAs: 1B Von Hayes
  • Extensions: C Darren Daulton (4 yrs , $2.35M); OF Gary Redus (4 yrs, $2.236M)
  • Traded OF Otis Nixon to Oakland for 1B Andres Galarraga, SP Alan Embree, RP Bob Wells
  • Traded SP Frank Tanana, SP Bruce Ruffin, CL Jim Gott, SS Kevin Elster to Toronto for OF Mark Whiten, OF Jim Vatcher. OF Miguel Batista
  • Traded OF Mike Kingery to Baltimore for SP Mike Williams, Todd Benzinger
  • Traded C Frank Bellino to Cincinnait for SP Orel Hershiser
  • Traded SP Miguel Batista, OF Steve De Angelis to Chicago White Soz for RP Mike Mimbs
  • Traded SP Orel Hershiser to San Diego for C Steve Beiser
  • Traded OF Chris James to Detroit for 3B Scott Livingstone, SP Jeff Juden
  • Traded SP Orel Hershiser to San Diego for C Steve Beiser
  • Traded OF Todd Benzinger, OF Jenny Diaz to Pittsburgh for OF Wes Chamberlain
  • Traded 1B Andres Galarraga to Toronto for SP Steve Trachsel, OF Darnel Hawkins
  • Traded 1B Von Hayes to New York Yankees for 2B Andy Stankiewicz

Awards:
Here are the awards we won during the season.
  • All-Stars: None
  • Rookie of the Month: Mark Whiten (2)
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