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Someone has to figure out a way to condense career and peak values into a single strat card so we can run a 365 team tournament.
The "career average" cards Dan mentioned have the merit of requiring less work.
Do they era adjust - or would a team with deadball pitchers and bats from the 1890s/1930s necessarily kill? Do others agree that this is something we should deal with?
as far as the game's concerned, Kevin Rhomberg is a .383 hitter and that's that.
Not sure if this includes accounting for dead-ball pitcher usage.
If you really wanted to, you could play HoJo at short
Or McAuliffe, which would be somewhat less appalling. Looks like Joe Orengo could play second in that case, or he could play short as well.
Dan I can help with the January teams, Though I think we should have each month play out a season and its champ goes to a 12 team play off.
Mickey Livingston taking a comprehensive full-time course of shortstop lessons.
Madlock will probably be a starter, but you know what I mean.
“So when I was 7 years old, I was taken to my first Cubs games, and my brother Brian said, “Wait, Billy,” and he put his hands over my eyes, and he walked me up the stairs. And then he took his hands away. [He begins to get choked up.] And there was Wrigley Field, in green. There was this beautiful grass and this beautiful ivy. I’d only seen it in black and white. It was like I was a blind man made to see. It was something.”
My team's big power threat is John Vander Wal, and the "ace" is Noodles Hahn.
Good coaching staff, though, in Tom House & Ron Washington. That's gotta be worth something, right?
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