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Old 03-15-2017, 04:21 PM   #561
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Something is definitely messed up in AAA. The league leader in ERA has a 9.00, and there have been 14 4-homer games. I think that I'll leave it for this year, and it will just be one of those weird anomalies like 1968 being the year of the pitcher. I'll make some adjustments for next year to bring back the pitching.
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Old 03-15-2017, 04:24 PM   #562
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The crazy thing is that there have already been 2 no-hitters and a slew of 15 K games down there. It's like the pitchers are either un-hittable or the final score is 25-20.
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Old 03-15-2017, 04:26 PM   #563
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I counted and there have been 39 15-K games this season in the minors. The major league season has been alright. I'm not sure why the minors have been so messed up. Tons of runs are being scored despite there being tons of strikeouts and no-hitters, and ridiculous amounts of homers are being hit.
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Old 03-15-2017, 05:00 PM   #564
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I've figured it out. Even though the modifiers were set to 1890 for both leagues, the PL modifiers were different from the SSL. I will adjust them.
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Old 03-15-2017, 05:06 PM   #565
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Trade!

I have made a trade. I have sent Tim Reiss to Pittsburgh. It isn't about getting something in return. It's about forcing a manager who won't let me have a say in my lineup to stop playing him. He has been terrible this year, and we are only one game out of first place. I am hoping that this will be a case of addition by subtraction.

Cincinnati, Pittsburgh Close Deal
Friday, June 13th, 1890
The Cincinnati Abolitionists addressed a concern today, coming to terms with the Pittsburgh Industrialists on a trade that will send 31-year-old 1B Tim Reiss from the Abolitionists to the Industrialists in exchange for 29-year-old RHP Matt Roberts and 22-year-old minor league C Keon Bransford.

This season Reiss is swinging the bat at a .191 rate with 9 hits in 47 at-bats. To date he has hit no home runs, scored 4 runs and driven in 6.

On the season Roberts has 7 wins and 15 losses and a 2.82 ERA.
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Old 03-15-2017, 10:52 PM   #566
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End of June, 1890

As we enter the last month of trading, Cincinnati is holding on to a narrow 1 game lead over Baltimore, and four teams are within 5.5 GB of first. This should make for an exciting month of trading while teams jockey for position.

The hitter, pitcher, and rookie of the year awards have all been awarded to players who previously had not won the awards this season. Carlos Guzman has become a legend around the league since the second baseman is the current record holder for home runs in a season with 26, and he has added to his accomplishments with the hitter of the month award. Meanwhile, JJ Ramirez has been awarded with the pitcher of the month award, and his career has been spotty at best. He has never had an ERA under 3.00 in his entire career. Finally, Randy Maurer won the rookie of the year award at the age of 25 despite having been a part time player for the last few years for Cincinnati and despite never having been a top prospect. It certainly was an odd month.

STARS AND STRIPES LEAGUE STANDINGS
Stars and Stripes League W L PCT GB
Cincinnati Abolitionists 55 29 .655 -
Baltimore Shippers 54 30 .643 1.0
Boston Brahmins 52 32 .619 3.0
New York Immigrants 49 34 .590 5.5
St. Louis Survivors 46 38 .548 9.0
Philadelphia Congress 44 37 .543 9.5
Brooklyn Red Legged Devils 40 43 .482 14.5
New Orleans Rebels 38 46 .452 17.0
Chicago Union 34 50 .405 21.0
Cleveland Eries 33 50 .398 21.5
Pittsburgh Industrialists 29 55 .345 26.0
Buffalo Freedom 27 57 .321 28.0

Stars and Stripes League Names Rookie of Month
Tuesday, July 1st, 1890
Randy Mauer is still a bit shy, but then, who could blame the newest Stars and Stripes League Rookie of the Month honoree? He hasn't been around the league long enough to fully know the ropes yet, despite the fact that he's putting up veteran-like numbers.

In June the Cincinnati hitter tagged opposing pitching for a .382 average with 26 hits, 1 home run and 9 RBIs.

So far this season, Mauer has recorded a .308 batting average with 48 hits, 2 home runs, 15 RBIs, 24 runs scored and a .376 OBP.

Ramirez Cops #1 Pitcher Award in June
Tuesday, July 1st, 1890
J.J. Ramirez's been around the league long enough to appreciate the honor he received today. After going 6-3 in June, the 33-year-old St. Louis hurler has been named Stars and Stripes League Pitcher of the Month.

He fanned 29 in 76.1 innings, logged an ERA of 2.00 and allowed opponents to hit .235 against him.

Ramirez has started 28 times this year, pitched 219.1 innings, fanned 73 batters and walked 68. His current record is 14 wins and 13 losses with a 3.45 ERA.

Guzman Takes Home SSL Top Batter Award
Tuesday, July 1st, 1890
Seasoned by several years of professional experience, 30-year-old Carlos Guzman put together a solid offensive month for Cincinnati and was crowned June's top batter in the Stars and Stripes League.

He batted .388 with 4 home runs, 11 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

For the season Guzman has produced 87 hits in 254 at-bats for a .343 average with 8 home runs and gotten on base at a .424 clip.

LEAGUE LEADERS AVG

Freddy Perez - BAL
.392
2 Kirk Andrews BKLN .359
3 Andy Morgan NY .355
4 Kyle Brandenburg BKLN .345
5 Carlos Guzman CIN .343

LEAGUE LEADERS HR

Mike Catanzaro - NO
9
2 Carlos Guzman CIN 8
2 Freddy Perez BAL 8
4 Mike Gee BAL 6
4 5 more tied with 6

LEAGUE LEADERS RBI

2 tied with
49
1 Sean Barnett BAL 49
1 Mike Catanzaro NO 49
3 Freddy Perez BAL 48
4 Andy Morgan NY 47

LEAGUE LEADERS W

2 tied with
18
1 Danny Kehs BAL 18
1 Xavier Pearl BOS 18
3 Mat Ball CIN 17
3 3 more tied with 17

LEAGUE LEADERS ERA

Xavier Pearl - BOS
2.21
2 Danny Kehs BAL 2.27
3 Mat Ball CIN 2.31
3 Josh Baumann CIN 2.31
5 Shane Coleman PHI 2.54

LEAGUE LEADERS K

Xavier Pearl - BOS
131
2 Mike Kite CHI 127
3 Brian Ohlson NY 126
4 Mat Ball CIN 116
4 3 more tied with 116
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Old 03-15-2017, 10:55 PM   #567
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Milestone Watch

In other news Mike "Doberman" Winchester picked up his 299th career win on June 23rd. It is only a matter of time before he becomes the SSL's first 300 game winner.
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I like this trade for Buffalo. First they drafted veteran pitcher Sean Aldridge in the expansion draft, then they traded him to a contender in July for prospects. That is a good move for an expansion team.

Buffalo -Boston Deal Confirmed
Friday, July 11th, 1890
Today at a press conference the Buffalo Freedom announced a trade has been completed with the Boston Brahmins. The Freedom have shipped 31-year-old RHP Sean Aldridge to the Brahmins for 22-year-old minor league RHP Mike Hopkins, 20-year-old minor league CF Preston Abbott and 20-year-old minor league RHP John Bagwell.

Running the numbers on Aldridge for the year, he has made 40 relief appearances, recorded 1 save and compiled a 7-6 won-lost mark with a 4.93 ERA. In pitching 80.1 innings, he has totaled 29 strikeouts and 15 walks.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:56 AM   #569
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I'm not quite sure what is going on here with Buffalo. Now they are trading for veterans. I also find it interesting that Chicago is still trading vets for prospects. They could be really good down the road if some of these pan out.

Buffalo -Chicago Trade: Corbett for Curry
Thursday, July 24th, 1890
29-year-old LF Bryan Corbett and 22-year-old minor league RHP Mike Hopkins will now be playing for the Chicago Union and 32-year-old RF Doug Curry will be suiting up for the Buffalo Freedom. The trade was announced today at a press conference by club officials.

In 81 games Corbett is hitting .243 this season with 67 hits, 3 home runs, 17 RBIs, 19 walks, .301 OBP and has scored 28 runs.

This year Curry has socked 22 hits in 61 at-bats for a .361 average with no home runs. He is getting on base at a .391 pace and his totals also include 8 RBIs and 3 runs scored.
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This trade worries me. The preseason predictions predicted that my team would end up tied with Baltimore, and they have been correct. To this point in the season, my team and Baltimore are tied for first. Now, Baltimore, who has a great offense, is trading offense for pitching. This is scary.

Baltimore Trades Cairns to New Orleans for Lund
Saturday, July 26th, 1890
In a hastily called press conference, Baltimore announced today a trade with New Orleans that will send 30-year-old 1B Danny Cairns to the Rebels in exchange for 31-year-old RHP Matt Lund and 19-year-old minor league 1B Corey Graden. All players are expected to be in their respective new cities in time for today's games.

This season Cairns is hitting .326 with 31 hits, no home runs, 15 RBIs, scored 10 runs and played in 84 games.

Checking out his stats for the year, Lund has racked up 13 wins and 16 losses in 32 starts, 4.02 ERA and struck out 83 batters in 239.2 innings.
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In another interesting trade, Baltimore has acquired a player from Boston for minor leaguers. What makes this trade interesting is that Boston is only 2.5 games out of first and in third place.

Boston, Baltimore Swap Players
Wednesday, July 30th, 1890
A trade between Boston and Baltimore was made official this morning. The Brahmins have sent 26-year-old C Mike King to the Shippers in exchange for 33-year-old minor league RHP Chris Cacciatore and 23-year-old minor league RHP Davey Rees.

Thus far this season King is hitting .306 with 2 home runs, 24 RBIs and 18 runs scored. He has 53 hits in 173 at-bats and has played in 57 games.

In his lifetime totals Cacciatore has 47 saves with a 42-27 record and a 3.48 ERA.
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The trade deadline has come and gone, and Baltimore has a narrow lead over Cincinnati and Boston. Baltimore has been busy acquiring talent at the trade deadline, and Boston has been shedding it. Cincinnati has chosen to stand pat.


STARS AND STRIPES LEAGUE STANDINGS
Stars and Stripes League W L PCT GB
Baltimore Shippers 72 41 .637 -
Cincinnati Abolitionists 71 42 .628 1.0
Boston Brahmins 69 43 .616 2.5
New York Immigrants 63 49 .562 8.5
St. Louis Survivors 63 50 .558 9.0
New Orleans Rebels 56 55 .505 15.0
Philadelphia Congress 57 56 .504 15.0
Brooklyn Red Legged Devils 56 57 .496 16.0
Cleveland Eries 45 68 .398 27.0
Chicago Union 44 69 .389 28.0
Pittsburgh Industrialists 42 71 .372 30.0
Buffalo Freedom 38 75 .336 34.0

Stars and Stripes League Names Rookie of Month
Friday, August 1st, 1890
Mike Haas's eyes seem to light up whenever he sees the baseball. The young Cincinnati first baseman has been hitting everything in sight for the better part of a month.

In July he was voted the Rookie of the Month Award.

During the month he hit .291 with 3 doubles, no triples and 2 home runs. Haas also scored 15 times and drove in 8 runs.

Thus far this year Haas is hitting .257 with 4 home runs, 31 RBIs and 39 runs scored.

SSL's Premier Starter is Pearl
Friday, August 1st, 1890
Xavier Pearl's been around the league long enough to appreciate the honor he received today. After going 8-2 in July, the 27-year-old Boston hurler has been named Stars and Stripes League Pitcher of the Month.

He fanned 43 in 76 innings, logged an ERA of 2.61 and allowed opponents to hit .216 against him.

This season-to-date, Pearl has fashioned a 26-7 mark and 2.31 ERA in 291.2 innings. Opposing clubs are batting .211 against him and he has logged 174 strikeouts.

Valdez Takes SSL's Best Bat Award
Friday, August 1st, 1890
When Fernando Valdez stepped up to the plate in July, he did it with confidence and today he was honored with the Stars and Stripes League Batter of the Month award.

The young Boston right fielder posted a .356 batting average with 3 home runs, 27 RBIs and scored 17 runs. Valdez also worked pitchers for 7 walks to post a .400 on-base percentage.

Valdez is hitting .320 so far this season with 62 RBIs and 63 runs scored. He has 133 hits including 3 home runs, 49 walks and .416 OBP.
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It finally happened! For the first time, the SSL has a 300-game winner! Mike "Doberman" Winchester, aged 45, has 300 career wins!

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Jon Griffin has become the sixth player in history to hit for the cycle when he did so against New Orleans.

Red-Hot Bat: Griffin Collects Cycle

Most fans have never seen a player hit for the cycle, and most players have never done it -- but it happened today at Rebels Ballpark. Jon Griffin of the New York Immigrants accomplished the feat against New Orleans Rebels.

Griffin went 4-for-4 with 1 single, 1 double, 1 triple and 1 home run in the 6-0 New York victory.

"That was one for the grandkids, am I right?" Griffin said after the game.

Griffin also scored 2 runs and had 2 runs batted in in a day to remember for both Griffin and the crowd at Rebels Ballpark.

Jon Griffin hit an RBI double in the 2nd, singled in the 4th, tripled in the 6th and hit a solo-shot off Tim Weinstock in the 8th.

This season in 63 games Griffin is batting .243 with 2 home runs, 11 RBIs and has scored 18 times.

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The end of 1890

The 1890 baseball season will go down in history as the best so far. With 6 games to play, Cincinnati held a 1 game lead on Baltimore and a 3 game lead on Boston. Cincinnati proceeded to be swept for three games against New York, which led to the three teams entering the final three games of the season with Cincinnati tied with Baltimore and Boston one game back. Cincinnati took two of three, and Boston only managed one win. Baltimore, however, swept Pittsburgh to win the SSL title, and that isn't where the excitement ends.

Over those last six games, Baltimore's Freddy Perez managed 9 hits, 5 RBI, and 1 home run, which helped him secure the first hitting triple crown in history. Perez hit .363 for the season with 17 home runs and 88 RBI. He also led the league in hits with 158, slugging percentage with .574, OPS with .981, and WAR with 7.2. At just 24 years old, Perez has a chance to be one of the best hitters in the history of the league.

STARS AND STRIPES LEAGUE STANDINGS
Stars and Stripes League W L PCT GB
Baltimore Shippers 84 48 .636 -
Cincinnati Abolitionists 83 49 .629 1.0
Boston Brahmins 82 50 .621 2.0
New York Immigrants 75 57 .568 9.0
St. Louis Survivors 74 58 .561 10.0
Brooklyn Red Legged Devils 69 63 .523 15.0
Philadelphia Congress 66 66 .500 18.0
New Orleans Rebels 64 68 .485 20.0
Chicago Union 53 79 .402 31.0
Cleveland Eries 49 83 .371 35.0
Buffalo Freedom 47 85 .356 37.0
Pittsburgh Industrialists 46 86 .348 38.0
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Season ending odds and ends

My final score for the season was 75 out of 100.

Owner Josh Guy is happy with my performance despite my not improving the first base position or the farm system. He is extending my contract by four years.

The Philadelphia Congress have been sold to Ian Susanti, who is demanding but charitable.

David Calabro has been fired as manager of the Cleveland Eeries. In two years with Cleveland, Calabro had a record of 90-74 and never finished higher than ninth.
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Gilded Glove Awards

This year's Gilded Glove award winners include some old and some new faces. The crazy thing about the award this year is that none of the award winners has a nickname.

SSL Honors Outstanding Fielders
Saturday, August 30th, 1890
On the defensive side of the game pitchers always get the glory, but the best pitchers know their success hinges on the gloves behind them. The defensive dream team in the Stars and Stripes League for 1890 has been announced, and the Gilded Glove Award trophies will be presented to these outstanding fielders:


Pitcher
Danny Kehs (Baltimore Shippers) (2x)

Catcher
Rob McCollough (Pittsburgh Industrialists) (2x)

First Baseman
Jose Corona (Chicago Union)

Second Baseman
Grant Thompson (Chicago Union)

Third Baseman
Mike Kiker (Cincinnati Abolitionists) (4x)

Shortstop
Bobby Dark (St. Louis Survivors)

Left Fielder
Gregg Mann (New York Immigrants) (2x)

Center Fielder
Dustin Lee (St. Louis Survivors)

Right Fielder
Andy Morgan (New York Immigrants)
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In a move that should surprise no one, Carlow Moreno won the reliever of the year award. This is the third year in a row that he haw won the award.

Moreno Named Top Reliever for SSL

St. Louis Survivors reliever Carlos Moreno said he loves to come into the game when the outcome is in jeopardy.

He certainly did a good job of impacting his team's outcomes this season, as he has been named the winner of the 1890 Reliever of the Year Award for the Stars and Stripes League.

"There's no better feeling than running in from the bullpen with the game on the line and your heart pumping," Moreno said.

On the season, the Waipahu, Hawaii native had 22 saves in 62 relief appearances, 49 strikeouts in 87 innings and a record of 6 wins and 3 losses to go with his 1.55 ERA.

Gary Rodriguez of the Boston Brahmins finished second in voting, while Devin Camargo of the Cincinnati Abolitionists finished third.
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The highlight of the Clan Alexander awards for 1890 is obviously Freddy Perez's triple crown, but Greg Mann winning both the Clang Alexander award and the Gilded glove in left field should also be noted.

SSL Clang Alexander Award Winners Selected
Monday, September 1st, 1890
The Stars and Stripes League Clang Alexander Award for 1890 has been awarded to those players that showed standout offensive performances in the past year. The winners are:

Pitcher
Josh "Country" Watts (Cleveland Eries)
.241/.248/.310, 116 AB, 1 HR, 44 wRC+, 0.1 WAR

Catcher
Brian "Wolfman" DuPlantis (New York Immigrants) (4x)
.321/.400/.415, 424 AB, 7 HR, 5 SB, 152 wRC+, 6.0 WAR

First Baseman
Tom Norman (Philadelphia Congress) (2x)
.303/.397/.403, 439 AB, 8 HR, 3 SB, 146 wRC+, 4.5 WAR

Second Baseman
Carlos Guzman (Cincinnati Abolitionists) (4x)
.356/.429/.485, 421 AB, 10 HR, 1 SB, 175 wRC+, 5.0 WAR

Third Baseman
Sean Barnett (Baltimore Shippers)
.324/.385/.396, 472 AB, 3 HR, 27 SB, 136 wRC+, 3.5 WAR

Shortstop
Mike Daniel (New Orleans Rebels)
.283/.346/.417, 544 AB, 6 HR, 38 SB, 127 wRC+, 4.2 WAR

Left Fielder
Gregg Mann (New York Immigrants) (2x)
.348/.418/.454, 339 AB, 3 HR, 40 SB, 169 wRC+, 4.7 WAR

Center Fielder
Mike Catanzaro (New Orleans Rebels) (3x)
.321/.409/.508, 476 AB, 12 HR, 31 SB, 179 wRC+, 5.7 WAR

Right Fielder
Freddy Perez (Baltimore Shippers) (2x)
.363/.427/.554, 435 AB, 17 HR, 3 SB, 200 wRC+, 7.2 WAR
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Jose Urias of Chicago beat out a couple of Abolitionists for the Rookie of the Year award.

SSL's Best Rookie Announced

The 1890 Stars and Stripes League Rookie of the Year Award winner is Jose Arias of the Union.

In the 1890 season the 22-year-old Chicago shortstop played in 101 games, recording a .289 batting average with 6 home runs, 32 RBIs and 30 runs scored.

Erik Manning of the Cincinnati Abolitionists finished second in voting, while Randy Mauer of the Cincinnati Abolitionists finished third.
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