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Old 04-04-2018, 03:15 PM   #1
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1946: MLB Revitalized

Here is the premise for my new dynasty:
The year was 1916 and the U.S. was very close to entering World War I, the Summer Olympics were cancelled and Major League Baseball was shut down and disbanded. This included all affiliated minor league teams.

Now, 30 years later, and in the aftermath of World War I, the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl and World War II, baseball fans across the country yearned for the great American pastime, baseball. They got their wish when Major League Baseball was resumed in 1946. Baseball gurus agreed to start fresh, with new statistics and history.
This will be random debut historical MLB league with an inaugural draft date of January 1946. I have come up with this name, 1946: MLB Revitalized.

In addition to random Major League players as selected by the game each year, I am manually drafting players from the below listed sources. Any player that only had a short MLB career, like Satchel Paige, will be eligible to be randomly selected. So, Paige, for instance, will be drafted as a young man. Maybe he will have a real impact on the game. Without the color barrier, he would have played 20 to 25 years in the big leagues.

Negro League Players (NLP)
Mexican Professional Baseball Hall of Fame (MEX)
Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame (PCL)
International League Hall of Fame (IL)
Texas League Hall of Fame (TEX)

The 13 players below were manually and randomly selected and added to the inaugural draft pool:
  1. Alejandro Oms (NLP)
  2. Andrew Porter (NLP)
  3. Carlos Etchegoyen (NLP)
  4. Cecil Kaiser (NLP)
  5. Izzy Leˇn (NLP)
  6. Jesse Douglas (NLP)
  7. Mule Miles (NLP)
  8. Pop Lloyd (NLP)
  9. Frank Verdi (IL)
  10. Alfredo Ortiz (MEX)
  11. Brooks Holder (PCL)
  12. Kid Mohler (PCL)
  13. Clarence Kraft (TEX)
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Real life stuff: Josh Hamilton won the 2010 AL MVP, hitting .359 with 32 HR and 100 RBI

On Deck - AL pitching leaders
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Real Life Stuff: Ray Crone, at age 22, had a 2.02 ERA in 49 IP for the 1954 Milwaukee Braves and a 3.00 ERA in 87 IP for the Triple-A Toledo Sox

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Real Life Stuff: Connie Johnson - at age 32 had a 3.45 ERA in 99 IP for the 1955 Chicago White Sox and a 3.05 ERA in 121 IP for the Triple-A Toronto Maple Leafs

On Deck - AL Batting Leaders
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Real Life Stuff: Buck Freeman - at age 32 hit seven home runs in 157 games for the 1904 Boston Americans

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Real life stuff: Pancho Herrera, at age 25, hit .329 with 37 HR and 128 RBI with the 1959 Buffalo Bisons of the International League (AAA). He won the Triple Crown and was the IL MVP.

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Real Life Stuff - Tony Lazzeri, at age 22, hit .275 with 18 HR & 117 RBI for the 1926 New York Yankees. It was his rookie season and he finished 10th in the MVP voting. There was no ROY award.

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Real Life Stuff ~ Vern Stephens, at age 26, hit .279 with 15 HR & 83 RBI for the 1947 St. Louis Browns. He finished 31st in the MVP voting.

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I will be holding the 1947 draft shortly. MLB players were randomly selected by the game. I then added extra non-MLB players from the following sources:

Negro League Players (NLP)
Mexican Professional Baseball Hall of Fame (MEX)
Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame (PCL)
International League Hall of Fame (IL)
Texas League Hall of Fame (TEX)

These players were selected randomly and put into the draft pool manually:
  1. Dutch Mele (IL)
  2. Rudy Sandoval (MEX)
  3. Jimmy Ford (NLP)
  4. Willie Wells (NLP)
  5. Oscar Charleston (NLP)
  6. Mule Suttles (NLP)
  7. Hal Turpin (PCL)
  8. Harold Hillin (TEX)
  9. Snipe Conley (TEX)

Including the above players, the draft pool has 105 total players.
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George Wright played five years in the big leagues, mostly for the Texas Rangers. In his most notable year, he hit 18 home runs with a .276 average for the 1983 Texas Rangers.

T.J. Rivera began playing in the New York Mets minor league system in 2011. He was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2011.


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