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The Wailing Wahoos

Starting Lineup
  1. '06 Grady Sizemore, CF: .290/.375/.533/.907, 28 HR, 53 2B, 134 R, 11 3B, 22 SB, 6.6 bWAR
  2. '99 Omar Vizquel, SS: .333/.397/.436/.833, 5 HR, 36 2B, 112 R, 42 SB, 6.0 bWAR
  3. '18 Jose Ramirez, 2B: .270/.387/.552/.939, 39 HR, 38 2B, 105 RBI, 110 R, 34 SB, 7.9 bWAR
  4. '95 Albert Belle, RF: .317/.401/.690/1.091, 50 HR, 52 2B, 126 RBI, 121 R, 377 TB, 7.0 bWAR
  5. '59 Minnie Minoso, LF: .302/.377/.468/.846, 21 HR, 32 2B, 92 RBI, 92 R, 5.5 bWAR
  6. '59 Tito Francona, DH: .363/.414/.566/.980, 20 HR, 17 2B, 79 RBI, 4.8 bWAR
  7. '78 Andre Thornton, 1B: .262/.377/.516/.893, 33 HR, 22 2B, 105 RBI, 97 R, 5.4 bWAR
  8. '48 Ken Keltner, 3B: .297/.395/.522/.917, 31 HR, 24 2B, 119 RBI, 91 R, 6.1 bWAR
  9. '70 Ray Fosse, C: .307/.361/.469/.830, 18 HR, 17 2B, 61 RBI, 5.2 bWAR
I feel like this lineup is pretty well balanced. Sizemore, Vizquel, Minoso, and Fosse are all gold-glove fielders, Sizemore, Ramirez, Belle, Thornton, and Keltner can all smack 30+ home runs for me, Sizemore, Vizquel, Ramirez, and Minoso are all threats on the basepaths. The only guy that doesn't really hit for a great average is Thornton, and the lowest OPS on the team is my gold glove catcher at .830. Five of my nine guys have a .900+ OPS, and three of the four that don't are gold glove guys who still have plus bats.

Bench
  1. '14 Yan Gomes, C: .278/.313/.472/.785, 21 HR, 25 2B, 74 RBI, 4.0 bWAR
  2. '80 Miguel Dilone, OF: .341/.375/.432/.807, 30 2B, 9 3B, 82 R, 61 SB, 3.0 bWAR
  3. '04 Ronnie Belliard, IF: .282/.348/.426/.774, 12 HR, 48 2B, 78 R, 3.4 bWAR
  4. '95 Paul Sorrento, 1B/LF: .235/.336/.511/.847, 25 HR, 79 RBI, 0.4 bWAR
My bench isn't super deep, but I still think I have a few players here. Gomes is one of the better backup catching options that was drafted, Dilone is able to reach and steal bases at an extremely high rate, despite being a subpar fielder. Belliard can cover third, second, and first base for me along with providing solid gap power, and Sorrento provides a great pinch hitting power bat off of my bench, along with being able to spot start at both 1B and LF.

Starting Rotation
  1. '17 Corey Kluber, RHP: 18-4, 2.25 ERA, 2.50 FIP, 0.86 WHIP, 5 CG, 3 SHO, 11.7 K/9, 1.6 BB/9, 8.1 bWAR
  2. '65 Sam McDowell, RHP: 17-11, 2.18 ERA, 2.08 FIP, 1.13 WHIP, 14 CG, 3 SHO, 10.7 K/9, 5.9 H/9, 8.2 bWAR
  3. '18 Trevor Bauer, RHP: 12-6, 2.21 ERA, 2.44 FIP, 1.09 WHIP, 11.3 K/9, 6.9 H/9, 0.5 HR/9, 5.7 bWAR
  4. '19 Shane Bieber, RHP: 15-8, 3.28 ERA, 3.32 FIP, 1.05 WHIP, 3 CG, 2 SHO, 10.9 K/9, 1.7 BB/9, 5.0 bWAR
  5. '54 Mike Garcia, RHP: 19-8, 2.64 ERA, 2.55 FIP, 1.12 WHIP, 13 CG, 5 SHO, 0.2 HR/9, 4.9 bWAR
I think my rotation is pretty deep, especially my top-3. Lot of strikeout guys in there, with Garcia serving as my "Tomlin-esque" guy that is going to rely on his control and fielders to get him deep into games. All five guys can go extremely deep into games if need be, and outside of McDowell, have pretty solid overall control. McDowell makes up for his lack of command with near-unhittable stuff. My main flaw is that I lack a dominant lefty starter, but Cleveland lore isn't very rich in those anyways, so I'll let it slide.

Bullpen
  1. '16 Andrew Miller, LHP: 4-0, 1.55 ERA, 1.53 FIP, 0.55 WHIP, 14.3 K/9, 4.3 H/9, 1.4 bWAR
  2. '95 Jose Mesa, RHP: 3-0, 1.13 ERA, 2.70 FIP, 1.03 WHIP, 46 SV, 8.2 K/9, 3.9 bWAR
  3. '11 Vinnie Pestano, RHP: 1-2, 2.32 ERA, 2.67 FIP, 1.04 WHIP, 12.2 K/9, 2.2 bWAR
  4. '18 Brad Hand, LHP: 0-1, 2.28 ERA, 3.23 FIP, 1.15 WHIP, 8 SV, 13.3 K/9, 0.9 bWAR
  5. '97 Paul Assenmacher, LHP: 5-0, 2.94 ERA, 3.25 FIP, 1.18 WHIP, 9.7 K/9, 1.5 bWAR
  6. '66 Gary Bell, RHP: 14-15, 3.22 ERA, 2.98 FIP, 1.14 WHIP, 6.9 K/9, 4.2 bWAR
  7. '16 Dan Otero, RHP: 5-1, 1.53 ERA, 2.33 FIP, 0.91 WHIP, 7.3 K/9, 2.6 bWAR
My bullpen is anchored by the best reliever in Indians history in Andrew Miller, along with Jose Mesa, one of the very best righty relievers. Pestano and Hand are the next two up as RHP/LHP guys, followed then by Assenmacher and Otero. Gary Bell provides me an excellent long relief and spot starter option.


So I think I did alright overall. Would've liked to get a lefty in the rotation instead of maybe Mike Garcia, and my bench depth isn't the greatest. Guys like Dilone and Sorrento weren't good fielders, so the days where they are out there might not be the best for my defense. I do really like my starting rotation.
 

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Finally had enough time to run these teams through a simulation in MLB The Show 19. Putting rosters together was a major pain the ass, but I think the simulation came out as accurately as possible in terms of transitioning players, some of them playing more than 100 years apart from each other.

Unfortunately, there were seven teams, so I had to split teams up within divisions to make things as fair as I could. It wasn't a perfect system, but I did the best that I could to give as many teams a chance to make the playoffs as possible.

I took the best rated team in each division out and replaced them with one of our teams. Since Derek threw a team in at the end as well, I put him in the AL West, which ended up being the only division with two of our teams. This basically means players like Justin Verlander, Anthony Rendon, Christian Yelich, Cody Bellinger, etc. were completely absent from this simulation since their teams were wiped and replaced with ours - they were not thrown into the FA pool for other teams to scoop up.

My Team - Cleveland Indians
@Derek - Oakland A's
@sportscoach - Houston Astros
@JDailey23 - New York Yankees
@PIP - Washington Nationals
@daddywags - Milwaukee Brewers
@Kevalier - LA Dodgers

Again, I know this isn't perfect since some divisions are better than others which would give some teams easier paths to the playoffs, but this is the best way I could think of to balance everything out.

Our teams finished as following:

@Stark - Cleveland Indians: 97-65, 1st in AL Central
@Derek - Oakland A's: 91-71, 1st in AL West
@sportscoach - Houston Astros: 89-73, 2nd in AL West, 2nd AL WC spot
@JDailey23 - NY Yankees: 79-83, 3rd in AL East
@daddywags - Milwaukee Brewers: 85-78, 2nd in NL Central, 2nd NL WC spot
@PIP - Washington Nationals: 101-61, 1st in NL East
@Kevalier - LA Dodgers: 117-45, 1st in NL West - one of the best single season records I've ever seen in this game

Six of our seven teams made the playoffs, with Dailey's team being the only one to come up a bit short. @daddywags had to play a game 163 to snag the second WC spot in the NL.

The AL was led by the 2019 Boston Red Sox who went 100-62, followed by my Cleveland squad that went 97-65, and the AL West winner, @Derek and the Oakland A's who went 91-71. The two wild card spots were made up by the 2019 Tampa Bay Rays who won 94 games and @sportscoach and his Astros, who went 89-73.

The NL had their shit absolutely stomped by @Kevalier and his Dodger squad, who won an amazing 117 games in the regular season. @PIP had a great regular season as well, winning 101 ballgames. The NL Central was claimed by the 2019 Chicago Cubs who put together a 92-win campaign, and the two wild card slots were filled by the 2019 Atlanta Braves who had 88 wins, and @daddywags and the Brewers, who snagged 85 wins after a game 163 win against Arizona to get the last WC spot.

Wild Card Round
In the American League, it was the 2019 Tampa Bay Rays squad against @sportscoach and his Astros. Charlie Morton and Mike Clevinger were the two starters in a game that the Astros took 7-4. A seventh inning three run home run by Carlos Santana clinched the game for sportscoach, who moved on to the division series.

In the National League, @daddywags and his Milwaukee Brewers took on the 2019 Atlanta Braves. The pitching matchup was Stan Coveleski and Mike Soroka. This game honestly wasn't even close - the Brewers jumped on Soroka for five in the first inning and then four more in the second. Final score ended up being 16-2. Al Rosen slugged two home runs for the Brewers, who also advanced to the division series.

Division Series
In the American League, the first matchup was the 2019 Boston Red Sox and sportscoach's Astros. Game 1 was Sale vs. Joss and ended in a 7-1 Boston win. Game 2 was Price vs. Swindell and ended in a 3-0 win for Boston. Sportscoach avoided the sweep in Game 3, as Mike Clevinger went 8 scoreless in a 4-0 win for Houston. Boston ended up prevailing in Game 4 however, as Chris Sale went six scoreless on short rest and J.D. Martinez hit two home runs to finish sportscoach and his Astros off, 8-2.

Matchup #2 was my Cleveland Indians and @Derek and his Oakland A's. Bert Blyleven and Corey Kluber went blow for blow in the Game #1, neither team scoring a run until the 8th inning. Unfortunately for me, it was a two run home run by Milton Bradley and the A's took G1 2-0. Game #2 went my way, as Sam McDowell threw a 2-hit (and 5-walk) shutout. Albert Belle and Ken Keltner added home runs for me in a 3-0 victory. Game #3 was another barn-burner - Trevor Bauer vs. Chuck Finley. Bauer gave up seven runs over four innings, but Finley was lit up for seven runs himself over five innings. Andrew Miller and Jose Mesa combined for three huge scoreless innings and I was able to get an eighth inning home run from Jose Ramirez to put me ahead for good. Final score: 11-9. Derek's squad started Bert Blyleven on short rest in G4, as my squad countered with Shane Bieber. Derek jumped out with four runs in the first five innings, headlined by a three-run home run by Jody Gerut, but Albert Belle and company began to pick apart the Oakland pen in the late game, which ended in a 8-5 victory for the Indians, eliminating Derek and his hard-fighting Oakland squad.

In the National League, @Kevalier and his Dodgers faced off against @daddywags and the Brewers. Kevalier, a 117-win regular season team, was the heavy favorite, but they dropped G1 7-5 in a matchup between Bob Lemon and Gaylord Perry. Kevalier's squad rebounded in G2 however, and blitzed the Brewers by a final of 17-4, headlined by two home run game by Jim Thome. G3 went the Dodgers way, in a clean 7-1 victory. Dennis Martinez went seven strong innings in that one for Kevalier's group. Facing elimination, daddywags' squad pulled out a gutsy 3-2 victory headlined by a home run by none other than Leon Wagner to force a game five. Game five was one for the ages and went down to the wire, it was a great pitching performance for both squads and was 1-1 going into the bottom of the 9th, but Kevalier ended the series after a walk-off two run home run by Jim Thome to punch his ticket to the NLCS, and eliminate @daddywags and the Milwaukee Brewers.

The other matchup in the NL was @PIP and his Nationals against the 2019 Chicago Cubs. This wasn't even close and was a clean sweep for PIP's squad, with final scores of 9-1, 7-2, and 13-0. Manny Ramirez had four home runs over the three game series to push PIP over the edge.

Championship Series
My Cleveland Indians were the lone remaining squad in the AL from our project, and went up against the 2019 Boston Red Sox. I snagged the first two games of the series, where Corey Kluber and Trevor Bauer combined for fifteen scoreless innings. Boston randomly tore me up 15-4 in G3 and 11-3 in G4, but I was able to seal the deal over G5 & G6 to punch my ticket to the World Series. Not much to say about this series since it was a bunch of one-sided blowouts and it only featured one of the project's teams.

The National League Championship Series featured @Kevalier and his 117-win Dodgers and @PIP and his 101-win Nationals.
  • Game #1: Gaylord Perry vs. Bartolo Colon - ended in a 4-3 victory for PIP and the Nationals; Nap Lajoie went 4-4 with 3 2B
  • Game #2: Orel Hershieser vs. Cliff Lee - ended in a 7-5 victory for PIP and the Nationals; Robby Alomar slugged 2 HR for PIP's squad
  • Game #3: Dennis Martinez vs. Cy Young - ended in a 7-0 victory for PIP and the Nationals; Cy Young - 9 IP, 4 H, 0 BB, 5 K
  • Game #4: Carlos Carrasco vs. Dennis Eckersley - ended in a 4-2 victory for Kevalier and the Dodgers; Larry Doby went 2-4 with 2 HR, 3 RBI
  • Game #5: Gaylord Perry vs. Bartolo Colon - ended in a 12-1 victory for Kevalier and the Dodgers; Perry went eight scoreless with 14 K
  • Game #6: Orel Hershieser vs. Cliff Lee - ended in a 4-1 victory for PIP and the Nationals, sending his squad to the World Series. Cliff Lee went eight innings and gave up 1 run on 3 hits, while striking out 11.
World Series - @Stark's Cleveland Indians vs. @PIP's Washington Nationals
  • Game #1: Corey Kluber vs. Bartolo Colon - ended in a 7-2 victory for me and my Indians; G. Sizemore, 2-4, 2 HR, 3 RBI; C. Baerga, 2-R HR
  • Game #2: Sam McDowell vs. Cliff Lee - ended in a 5-0 victory for PIP and the Nationals; Lee - 9 IP, 2 H, 13 K; M. Ramirez, 2 HR, 5 RBI
  • Game #3: Trevor Bauer vs. Cy Young - ended in a 13-5 victory for PIP and the Nationals; M. Ramirez, 2 HR, 7 RBI
  • Game #4: Corey Kluber vs. Dennis Eckersley - ended in a 2-0 victory for me and my Indians; C. Kluber - 7 IP, 5 H, 7 K; A. Miller - 2 IP, 0 H, 6 K
  • Game #5: Shane Bieber vs. Bartolo Colon - ended in a 7-4 victory for PIP and the Nationals; R. Colavito, 3-4, HR, 3 RBI
  • Game #6: Sam McDowell vs. Cliff Lee - ended in a 9-7 victory for me and my Indians; J. Ramirez, 2-5, 2 HR, 5 RBI
  • Game #7: Corey Kluber vs. Cy Young - ended in a 7-6 victory for PIP and the Nationals; R. Colavito walk-off home run off Jose Mesa in the 10th inning
World Champions: @PIP and the Washington Nationals
World Series MVP: Rocky Colavito

So, the man famously known for the Curse of Rocky Colavito hit a walk-off home run to win the World Series off of none other than Jose Mesa, a man infamously known for giving up a World Series winning hit in 1997.

Statistical Leaders (among our teams, don't care about the rest of the MLB):

Batting Average - Tris Speaker, .331
Home Runs - Manny Ramirez, 52
RBI - Albert Belle, 138
Doubles - Francisco Lindor, 50
Triples - Kenny Lofton, 13
Stolen Bases - Kenny Lofton, 52
W-L Record - Gaylord Perry, 25-6
Saves - Cody Allen, 57
ERA - Corey Kluber, 2.28
WHIP - Corey Kluber, 0.91
Strikeouts - Bob Feller, 279
WAR (batters) - Manny Ramirez, 10.9
WAR (pitchers) - Corey Kluber, 10.1

If you want a statline for a specific player, let me know and I'll get it to you. I just didn't feel like listing 150+ players individual statlines. Nobody cares what Miguel Dilone did in this simulation (at least I think so).

So to wrap:
- Champion: @PIP
- Regular season monster: @Kevalier

@Derek and @daddywags had really scrappy teams that fought hard in the playoffs. My squad just got overmatched at the end by a better team. @sportscoach got wrecked by the present day Red Sox, and @JDailey23 finished under .500.

Again, I've got this entire save file still in my records for a while, so if you want a specific statline or want to know something, hit me up and I'll be glad to find it.
 
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@Stark I am curious what ya rated my players on my team. Also is there any way to do anything for overall team stats for the season for all 7 teams?
 

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@Stark I am curious what ya rated my players on my team. Also is there any way to do anything for overall team stats for the season for all 7 teams?
Addie Joss - 98 ovr
Tris Speaker - 99 ovr
Lou Boudreau - 97 ovr
Earl Averill - 98 ovr
Jim Hegan - 83 ovr
Hal Trosky - 93 ovr
Carlos Santana - 90 ovr
Bobby Avila - 92 ovr
Mike Clevinger - 92 ovr
Greg Swindell - 90 ovr
Shin-Soo Choo - 87 ovr
Matt Lawton - 81 ovr
Casey Blake - 83 ovr
Sonny Siebert - 84 ovr
Mel Harder - 83 ovr
George Uhle - 84 ovr
Steve Olin - 81 ovr
Bryan Shaw - 85 ovr
Don Mossi - 86 ovr
Joe Smith - 84 ovr
Guy Morton - 85 ovr
Dan Spillner - 82 ovr
Joe Azcue - 78 ovr
Ray Chapman - 85 ovr
Terry Turner - 84 ovr

Again, overall ratings don't tell the whole story. There are some 89's that can play better than a 95, some 97s aren't nearly as good as other 97s, etc.

In terms of overall team statistics, I have no way of bringing up team stats for our teams unfortunately. I had to select one blanket team for the entire thing and only have access to that one team's statistics.
 

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When you have Cy Young & Bartolo you’re obviously poised to win it all.
 

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Addie Joss - 98 ovr
Tris Speaker - 99 ovr
Lou Boudreau - 97 ovr
Earl Averill - 98 ovr
Jim Hegan - 83 ovr
Hal Trosky - 93 ovr
Carlos Santana - 90 ovr
Bobby Avila - 92 ovr
Mike Clevinger - 92 ovr
Greg Swindell - 90 ovr
Shin-Soo Choo - 87 ovr
Matt Lawton - 81 ovr
Casey Blake - 83 ovr
Sonny Siebert - 84 ovr
Mel Harder - 83 ovr
George Uhle - 84 ovr
Steve Olin - 81 ovr
Bryan Shaw - 85 ovr
Don Mossi - 86 ovr
Joe Smith - 84 ovr
Guy Morton - 85 ovr
Dan Spillner - 82 ovr
Joe Azcue - 78 ovr
Ray Chapman - 85 ovr
Terry Turner - 84 ovr

Again, overall ratings don't tell the whole story. There are some 89's that can play better than a 95, some 97s aren't nearly as good as other 97s, etc.

In terms of overall team statistics, I have no way of bringing up team stats for our teams unfortunately. I had to select one blanket team for the entire thing and only have access to that one team's statistics.
it would take too much time probably but a spreadsheet of all the players would be kind of cool! You did put a ton of effort into this so thanks!
 

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it would take too much time probably but a spreadsheet of all the players would be kind of cool! You did put a ton of effort into this so thanks!
I can probably get to it tomorrow, shouldn’t be too difficult.
 

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I told ya'll @PIP had the best team.

Manny Ramirez. Nuff said.

Also, the fact that three of you had worse records than me is embarrassing. Step it up.
 

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Per request of @sportscoach - here's what every player was rated. Again, ratings don't tell the whole story, especially when comparing across positions (like a CF versus a C), but it does help out a bit:

JDailey23's Squad
Bob Feller - 99
Kenny Lofton - 98
Sandy Alomar Jr. - 93
C.C. Sabathia - 98
Travis Hafner - 93
Joe Carter - 90
Doug Jones - 88
Brook Jacoby - 86
Charles Nagy - 91
Odell Hale - 85
Julio Franco - 85
Eddie Murray - 86
Fausto Carmona - 82
Coco Crisp - 84
Jake Westbrook - 84
Bob Wickman - 87
Rick Manning - 83
Brian Giles - 79
Brandon Phillips - 67
Einar Diaz - 77
Nick Goody - 83
David Riske - 82
Matt Miller - 83
Jack Kralick - 84
Mike Aviles - 77

My Squad
Corey Kluber - 99
Albert Belle - 99
Jose Ramirez - 94
Sam McDowell - 98
Andrew Miller - 97
Omar Vizquel - 96
Grady Sizemore - 91
Trevor Bauer - 93
Andre Thornton - 84
Yan Gomes - 81
Tito Francona - 86
Shane Bieber - 87
Ken Keltner - 86
Jose Mesa - 92
Mike Garcia - 87
Vinnie Pestano - 83
Minnie Minoso - 85
Brad Hand - 85
Paul Assenmacher - 81
Gary Bell - 84
Miguel Dilone - 77
Ray Fosse - 86
Dan Otero - 82
Ronnie Belliard - 79
Paul Sorrento - 75

sportscoach's Squad
Addie Joss - 98
Tris Speaker - 99
Lou Boudreau - 97
Earl Averill - 98
Jim Hegan - 83
Hal Trosky - 93
Carlos Santana - 90
Bobby Avila - 92
Mike Clevinger - 92
Greg Swindell - 90
Shin-Soo Choo - 87
Matt Lawton - 81
Casey Blake - 83
Sonny Siebert - 84
Mel Harder - 83
George Uhle - 84
Steve Olin - 81
Bryan Shaw - 85
Don Mossi - 86
Joe Smith - 84
Guy Morton - 85
Dan Spillner - 82
Joe Azcue - 78
Ray Chapman - 85
Terry Turner - 84

daddywags' Squad
Stan Coveleski - 98
Bob Lemon - 94
Al Rosen - 99
Shoeless Joe Jackson - 98
Joe Sewell - 92
Joe Gordon - 86
Luis Tiant - 98
Elmer Flick - 90
Jeff Heath - 92
John Romano - 89
Early Wynn - 94
Ed Morgan - 89
Michael Jackson - 90
Herb Score - 95
Sid Monge - 81
Jim Kern - 84
Toby Harrah - 89
Dave LaRoche - 85
Chris Perez - 80
Duke Sims - 80
Brett Butler - 82
Leon Wagner - 77
Johnny Allen - 84
Derek Lilliquist - 82
Jordan Luplow - 75

PIP's Squad
Manny Ramirez - 99
Nap Lajoie - 98
Roberto Alomar - 97
Rocky Colavito - 92
Carlos Baerga - 95
David Justice - 91
Bartolo Colon - 87
Cliff Lee - 94
Dennis Eckersley - 88
Cy Young - 92
Asdrubal Cabrera - 85
Jhonny Peralta - 85
Richie Sexson - 79
Roberto Perez - 86
Buddy Bell - 83
Rafael Perez - 80
Mike Hargrove - 83
Dave Burba - 76
Ricardo Rincon - 82
Steve Karsay - 80
Danys Baez - 77
Brian Anderson - 74
Mark Whiten - 76
Joel Skinner - 73
Chad Ogea - 79

Kevalier's Squad
Francisco Lindor - 98
Jim Thome - 99
Larry Doby - 96
Gaylord Perry - 99
Orel Hershiser - 83
Victor Martinez - 93
Dennis Martinez - 86
Travis Fryman - 91
Michael Brantley - 92
Jason Kipnis - 86
Tom Candiotti - 85
Carlos Carrasco - 89
Cody Allen - 88
Ellis Burks - 86
Rafael Betancourt - 88
Rico Carty - 82
Eric Plunk - 82
Ray Narleski - 84
Paul Shuey - 78
Oliver Perez - 84
Woodie Held - 83
Vic Power - 83
Steve O'Neill - 85
Justin Masterson - 82
Lonnie Chisenhall - 76

Derek's Squad
Bert Blyleven - 96
Rick Sutcliffe - 88
Chuck Finley - 83
Bud Black - 84
Len Barker - 85
Nick Wittgren - 78
Kyle Crockett - 79
Tony Sipp - 76
Tyler Olson - 83
Zach McAllister - 80
Tyler Clippard - 81
Jesse Orosco - 86
Jorge Orta - 78
Milton Bradley - 85
George Vukovich - 82
Ben Broussard - 79
Jody Gerut - 82
Jerry Browne - 79
Russell Branyan - 75
Kelly Shoppach - 83
Cory Snyder - 76
Felix Fermin - 79
Jack Hannahan - 74
Tyler Naquin - 80
 
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