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Old Yesterday, 09:34 PM   #681
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End of July 1892

July has come to an end, and three teams are within one game of each other in the SSL, and two are within two games of each other in the GABL. This is going to be one heck of a finish.

In other news Chicago was eliminated on the last day of the month.

STARS AND STRIPES LEAGUE STANDINGS
Stars and Stripes League W L PCT GB
Cincinnati Abolitionists 66 45 .595 -
St. Louis Survivors 66 45 .595 -
Philadelphia Congress 65 46 .586 1.0
Baltimore Shippers 61 50 .550 5.0
Boston Brahmins 59 52 .532 7.0
New York Immigrants 46 65 .414 20.0
Chicago Union 44 67 .396 22.0
Brooklyn Red Legged Devils 37 74 .333 29.0

GREAT AMERICAN BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Great American Baseball League W L PCT GB
New Orleans Rebels 73 38 .658 -
Cleveland Eries 71 40 .640 2.0
Buffalo Freedom 61 50 .550 12.0
Pittsburgh Industrialists 54 55 .495 18.0
Washington Presidents 54 56 .491 18.5
Detroit Electric 47 64 .423 26.0
Newark Leathers 43 67 .391 29.5
Milwaukee Germans 39 72 .351 34.0
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July 1892 Award winners

SSL Batter of the month- Fernando Valdez, Philadelphia Congress- 45 hits, 3 HR, 21 RBI, 33 Runs scored

GABL Batter of the month- Mike Daniel, New Orleans Rebels- .371, 5 HR, 20 RBI, 27 Runs scored

SSL Pitcher of the month- Caleb Korp, New York Immigrants- 36 K , 22 BB, 72.1 IP

GABP Pitcher of the month- Sean Aldridge, Detroit Electric- 47 K, 80.2 IP, 2.01 ERA, .239 OPP Ave

SSL Rookie of the month- Jack Motz, Brooklyn Red Legged Devils- .407, 1 HR, 16 RBI

GABL Rookie of the month- Ken McMillan, Newark Leathers- .404, 4 2B, 3 HR
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In the Pioneer League, Louisville has won the western division. Providence currently leads the eastern division. Louisville has never won a title of any kind in the PL. I think that I did a good thing in switching managers.
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Old Today, 12:29 AM   #684
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Pittsburgh has been eliminated in the GABL.
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Old Today, 12:45 AM   #685
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Six to play

We are down to the last two series of the year, and here is how the standings shake out.

GABL
New Orleans 84-41 0 GB
Cleveland 80-46 5 GB

SSL
Philadelphia 77-49 0 GB
Cincinnati 76-50 1 GB
St Louis 71-55 6 GB
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Old Today, 12:52 AM   #686
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Results

August 18
Brooklyn 6 Cincinnati 4
Philadelphia 3 Chicago 1
St Louis vs Baltimore rained out

Cleveland 12 Buffalo 1
New Orleans 9 Washington 8

August 19
Brooklyn 3 Cincinnati 1
Baltimore 4 St Louis 2 (St Louis eliminated)
Philadelphia 14 Chicago 1

Cleveland 7 Buffalo 1
Washington 3 New Orleans 0

August 20
Brooklyn 4 Cincinnati 3 (Cincinnati eliminated)
Philadelphia 3 Chicago 2

Cleveland 9 Buffalo 8 (Cleveland eliminated)
New Orleans 1 Washington 0

Philadelphia vs New Orleans for the World Series.

Oh well, I guess that I will have to have an even better team next year.
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Old Today, 12:54 AM   #687
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No-Hitter!

Cleveland's Josh "Country" Watts has no-hit the Newark Leathers. This is only the third no-hitter in the history of baseball.

04/18/1871 Chad Barden 15 K, 0 BB and 9 IP versus Chicago while playing for Brooklyn

08/04/1889 George Shilling 3 K, 3 BB and 5 IP versus Cleveland while playing for Boston

08/21/1892 Josh Watts 12 K, 3 BB and 9 IP versus Newark while playing for Cleveland
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Old Today, 12:57 AM   #688
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Regular season over

With the regular season over, there are a few notable accomplishments. For one, Cory Boldt finished the season with a .400 batting average. His .405 season average is the new record for batting average in a season. For another, Josh "Country" Watts won the GABL pitching triple crown by going 27-11 with a 2.21 ERA and 325 strikeouts. The batting average leader in the GABL was New Orlean's Gary Bassett, who hit .348 for the Rebels. All three had great season.
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World Series Results 1892

Philadelphia 5 New Orleans 4 - Jason Garrett hit a 2-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth

Philadelphia 1 New Orleans 0- Shane Coleman shut out the Rebels

New Orleans 9 Philadelphia 7- Mike Daniels goes 2 for 4 with 2 doubles for the Rebels.

New Orleans 6 Philadelphia 4- Jimmy Wager goes 3 for 5 with 3 singles for New Orleans.

New Orleans 4 Philadelphia 2- John Waltke goes the distance for the Rebels.

New Orleans 5 Philadelphia 2- Gary Bassett goes 4 for 5.

Gary Bassett wins the series MVP.

The SSL's dominance is over.
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Old Today, 09:28 AM   #690
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Josh Guy is satisfied with my performance so I will still be the Cincinnati general manager in 1893.
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Brooklyn has fired manager Jeremy Thibodeau. Thibodeau was 49-83 in one season as Brooklyn's manager. That must be pretty disappointing for a a guy who had rarely faced failure before becoming a manager. He was a career .303 hitter in the 1870s for Philadelphia.

Detroit has fired manager Dave Calabro. He was 59-73 in one season in Detroit. HIs two seasons in Cleveland were worse. Cleveland was competitive as soon as they fired him. Maybe Detroit will do the same.

Milwaukee has fired general manager Jose Sanchez. Sanchez has never had a team finish closer than 39 games back in two seasons in Milwaukee.

Newark has fired general manager Wally Thompson. Newark went 48-84 in Thompson's one year there.
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I might have two future stars on my hands. I had the top two players in the PL for MVP.

1st- Case Thompson
2nd- Francisco de los Angeles
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Philadelphia manager Chris Vandeveer retires. Vandeveer was a legend. He finished his career with a 654-440 record for a .598 winning percentage. After being fired as bench coach in Boston after the 1880 season, he reemerged as the manager for Philadelphia in 1884. He guided Philadelphia to the pennant in 1886, 1888, and 1889 and won the manager of the year award in each of those season. He most recently managed them to the 1892 pennant before losing in the World Series. The 1892 manager of the year award has not been awarded yet.

Brooklyn GM Alex Fernandez retires. Brooklyn hasn't finished in the top half of the standings since 1888, so they will need to replace him with someone who can turn their franchise around.

Philadelphia GM Zach Barnes retires. The Barnes/ Vandeveer led to great success and four pennants in Philly.

St Louis manager David Ramires retires. In an outstanding career, David Ramires was 900-726 as a manager for a .554 winning percentage. He managed Chicago from 1871-1888 and won the SSL pennant and the manager of the year award in 1877, 1884, and 1887 before surprisingly being fired after the 1888 season. He finished his career with two winning seasons in St Louis in 1891 and 1892.
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Gilded Glove Awards

GABL Gilded Glove Award Winners Named
Monday, September 12th, 1892
"Hit 'em where they ain't" is a great hitting philosophy, but it doesn't always work when a fielder can seemingly appear out of nowhere to make the play. These magicians are often taken for granted as the season grinds along, but today they take center stage. The Great American Baseball League Gilded Glove Award selections for 1892 are:


Pitcher
Sean Aldridge (Detroit Electric) (2x)

Catcher
Mike Haas (Cleveland Eries)

First Baseman
Caleb Beebe (Newark Leathers)

Second Baseman
Tim Porrett (Washington Presidents) (4x)

Third Baseman
Vince Hicks (Pittsburgh Industrialists)

Shortstop
Guillermo "The Rat" Arias (Cleveland Eries)

Left Fielder
Allen Corbin (Milwaukee Germans)

Center Fielder
Josh "Roo" Doll (Pittsburgh Industrialists)

Right Fielder
Phil Weaver (Pittsburgh Industrialists) (2x)

Gilded Glove Award Winners in SSL Announced
Monday, September 12th, 1892
What does it take to win a Gilded Glove Award? It's a combination of good hands, knowing how to play the hitters, all-out hustle and a willingness to sacrifice your body to make a play. Good speed and a good arm never hurt, either, but not always required. This year's all-defense team in the Stars and Stripes League consists of:


Pitcher
Brad Simons (Boston Brahmins)

Catcher
Myon-ki Kim (Brooklyn Red Legged Devils)

First Baseman
Tim Mecklenburg (Brooklyn Red Legged Devils)

Second Baseman
Jason Michalski (Philadelphia Congress)

Third Baseman
Justin Perkins (Philadelphia Congress) (4x)

Shortstop
Chris Frazier (Chicago Union)

Left Fielder
Joe Gebert (Boston Brahmins) (2x)

Center Fielder
Darren Chariton (Chicago Union)

Right Fielder
Andy Morgan (New York Immigrants) (3x)
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Carlos Moreno's streak of SSL reliever of the year awards has ended. The GABL has awarded its award. Also, two pretty good players have switched teams.

Immigrants, Shippers Confirm Deal
Tuesday, September 13th, 1892
The New York Immigrants announced a deal with the Shippers today, sending 31-year-old 3B Bobby Tarantino to Baltimore for 34-year-old 1B Susumu Noguchi. It had been talked about for the past few weeks and everything came together late last night. All players are expected to be joining their respective clubs shortly.

Tarantino is batting .283 lifetime with 868 hits, 137 doubles, 6 triples, 39 home runs, 331 RBIs to date. He has also scored 318 runs.

Over his career Noguchi is batting .274 with 134 doubles, 16 triples, 27 home runs, 321 RBIs and scored 273 runs in 1041 games.

Lemley Wins Award for GABL Dominance
Tuesday, September 13th, 1892
At the age of 24, Eddie Lemley says he still has a lot to learn about life in American Association of Baseball Clubs.

But he certainly seems to be a quick study, as the Washington Presidents reliever was better than all others this year and has captured the 1892 Great American Baseball League Reliever of the Year Award.

"I hope to win this a few more times before all is said and done in my career," the Warren, Michigan native said.

For the season, Lemley had 16 saves in 55 relief appearances, which totaled 97.2. He fanned 54 betters, while walking 38 and put up a record of 8-5 to go with his 2.03 ERA.

Ruben Franco of the Cleveland Eries finished second in voting, while Matt Jones of the New Orleans Rebels finished third.

Rodriguez Gets Award for Relief Work
Tuesday, September 13th, 1892
When Gary Rodriguez jogged in from the bullpen this season, opposing teams knew they were going to have a tough time putting up runs.

The Boston Brahmins reliever turned in a dominant campaign and has been named the Stars and Stripes League Reliever of the Year Award winner for 1892.

His award-winning season saw the bullpen ace get 13 saves in 46 relief appearances, 53 strikeouts in 72 innings and only 16 walks. He had a record of 11 wins and 8 losses to go with his 3.00 ERA.

"I hope I can pitch like this every year," he said.

Carlos Moreno of the St. Louis Survivors finished second in voting, while Willie Suniga of the Chicago Union finished third.
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Big Hitters Get Named GABL Clang Alexander Award Winners
Wednesday, September 14th, 1892
The Great American Baseball League Clang Alexander Award for 1892 has been awarded to those players that showed standout offensive performances in the past year. The winners are:

Pitcher
Sean Aldridge (Detroit Electric)
.322/.346/.372, 121 AB, 1 HR, 85 wRC+, 0.9 WAR

Catcher
Mike Haas (Cleveland Eries)
.338/.412/.466, 382 AB, 8 HR, 3 SB, 161 wRC+, 4.6 WAR

First Baseman
Adam Milligan (Washington Presidents)
.342/.385/.482, 500 AB, 11 HR, 14 SB, 152 wRC+, 4.0 WAR

Second Baseman
Nigel Tedrow (New Orleans Rebels)
.343/.388/.494, 536 AB, 13 HR, 18 SB, 158 wRC+, 6.1 WAR

Third Baseman
Tom Norman (Buffalo Freedom)
.308/.402/.456, 445 AB, 13 HR, 1 SB, 157 wRC+, 4.8 WAR

Shortstop
Mike Daniel (New Orleans Rebels)
.332/.411/.543, 497 AB, 18 HR, 52 SB, 105 R, 181 wRC+, 8.5 WAR

Left Fielder
Jimmy Wager (New Orleans Rebels)
.316/.399/.423, 376 AB, 3 HR, 39 SB, 142 wRC+, 3.6 WAR

Center Fielder
Josh Doll (Pittsburgh Industrialists)
.291/.327/.464, 412 AB, 12 HR, 29 SB, 133 wRC+, 4.2 WAR

Right Fielder
Phil Weaver (Pittsburgh Industrialists)
.335/.387/.436, 514 AB, 3 HR, 43 SB, 143 wRC+, 5.8 WAR

Top SSL Hitters Honored with Clang Alexander Award
Wednesday, September 14th, 1892
A Clang Alexander Award honors "the pinnacle of offensive performance at a respective position," the American Association of Baseball Clubs commissioner stated. The Stars and Stripes League winners for 1892 are:

Pitcher
James Sprague (Philadelphia Congress)
.235/.287/.357, 98 AB, 1 HR, 59 wRC+, 0.4 WAR

Catcher
Brian DuPlantis (New York Immigrants)
.332/.417/.433, 379 AB, 5 HR, 1 SB, 160 wRC+, 5.2 WAR

First Baseman
Mike Barajas (St. Louis Survivors)
.304/.371/.433, 520 AB, 11 HR, 3 SB, 140 wRC+, 4.1 WAR

Second Baseman
Jason Michalski (Philadelphia Congress)
.335/.392/.439, 510 AB, 8 HR, 19 SB, 143 wRC+, 5.5 WAR

Third Baseman
Chris Lloyd (St. Louis Survivors)
.338/.423/.516, 399 AB, 17 HR, 1 SB, 177 wRC+, 5.7 WAR

Shortstop
Brian Wilson (Boston Brahmins)
.322/.378/.427, 475 AB, 6 HR, 8 SB, 138 wRC+, 4.2 WAR

Left Fielder
Scott Bryan (Cincinnati Abolitionists)
.319/.385/.482, 442 AB, 11 HR, 17 SB, 162 wRC+, 5.1 WAR

Center Fielder
Mike Gee (Baltimore Shippers)
.340/.448/.489, 462 AB, 12 HR, 55 SB, 104 R, 183 wRC+, 7.6 WAR

Right Fielder
Sean Hughes (St. Louis Survivors)
.364/.441/.464, 379 AB, 6 HR, 51 SB, 169 wRC+, 2.6 WAR
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Rookies of the Year 1892

Stars and Stripes League- Tom Zysk, RF, Cincinnati Abolitionists- .328 AVE- 79 Runs scored, 67 RBI, 35 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR

Great American Baseball League- Adam Fahey, SS, Buffalo Freedom- .297 AVE, 114 H, 10 HR, 54 BB, .405 OBP, 57 RBI, 62 R
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Managers of the Year

SSL- Bill Todd, Cincinnati Abolitionists- Led the Abs to a second place finish with a 78-54 record. He had previously won the award in 1890 when he led Baltimore to the pennant.

GABL- Jerry Kerr, New Orleans Rebels- He has led the Rebels to every World Series that has ever happened, and he won the 1892 World Series. He won the Manager of the Year award both years. He previously won the award in 1872, 1874, and 1875 with St Louis, and he led St Louis to pennants in 1874 and 1875.
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Pitchers of the Year

SSL- John Baumann, Cincinnati Abolitionists- He was 25-12 in 355.2 IP. He allowed 331 hits and 80 walks. He struck out 170 and had a 2.38 ERA. His wins, ERA, and 1.16 WHIP led the SSL. This is his first time winning the award.

GABL- Josh "Country" Watts, Cleveland Eries- He was 27-11 with a 2.21 ERA. In 383.2 IP he struck out 325, allowed 287 hits, and walked 144. Opposing batters only hit .214 against him. He led the league in ERA, wins, walks, strikeouts, K/9 with 7.6, and WAR with 11.8. This is also his first time winning the award.
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SSL- Fernando Valdez, CF, Philadelphia Congress- Had 154 hits, 26 doubles, 4 triples, 6 homers, 69 RBI, and 99 runs scored. He hit .338 with a .474 OBP. His OBP and 8.4 WAR led the SSL. This is his first MVP.

GABL- Mike Daniel, SS, New Orleans Rebels- He hit .332 with a .411 OBP, 165 hits, 33 doubles, 9 triples, 18 homers, 86 RBI, and 105 runs scored. He led the league in runs scored, triples, homers, steals with 52, OBP, SLG with .543, OPS with .955, and WAR with 8.5. This is his first MVP.
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