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Old 05-23-2019, 09:58 PM   #1
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Stealofhome's Fictional Feeder Leagues and MLB Extravaganza

The League moved to OOTP 20 and along with the move comes significant changes.

1. Automatically adjust league strategy
2. Automatically import historical player creation modifiers
3. Import adjusted financial settings after each year

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This seems to make things a bit more realistic. I've updated the current financials in both the MLB and Indy league but I'm worried a bit about the interaction between the two. I purposefully set the Indy league to have the superstar salary equal to an MLB average salary, but I don't know if that will hold every year. I'll have to keep checking to make sure.

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1947 Top 100 Prospects

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Noah Sylvain, the 18-year-old selected first in last year's draft, is the top prospect.

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Jeremy Fischer has worked his way up from minor league free agent to top pitching prospect.
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1947 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
CF Mel Blank 2.3 DUK
1B Gustavo Luna 2.26 KAN
LF Leon Wheeler 1.97 FLA
P Eli Talkington 1.77 ASU
P Luther Young 1.73 SCG
RF Noah Blanco 1.68 WF
2B Vince Mulligan 1.62 MIS
SS Jay Theisen 1.61 PUR
1B Elvis Bauerewski 1.6 ARK
C Wascar Ruiz 1.56 FLA
P Johnny Cupp 1.51 GH
P Jonathan van Halteren 1.5 LBSU
3B Normandy Tooke 1.48 TEX
P Waylon Wallick 1.32 GEO
SS Bali Nalls 1.27 UNM
CF Matt Hammond 1.16 MSU
P Jeb Vidal 1.03 MSU
C Severiano Mijangos 0.96 WASH
P Theo Jenkins 0.71 AUB
P Mauricio Fernandez 0.33 ASU


Team 2:

position name war school
P Theodore Fettinger 2.23 UA
P Austin Gamez 2.15 VAN
P Rider Sandoval 1.9 OSU
CF Teddy Ruben 1.63 ND
1B Alex Colley 1.62 UCLA
LF Billy Heidel 1.56 WV
CF Avelino Saldarriaga 1.37 NEB
C Adrian Moses 1.34 PEP
SS Simon Jarvis 1.28 FLA
RF Andrew Swan 1.28 USC
P Ivory Gardner 1.28 WSU
P Linden Leib 1.28 TEX
2B Jace Tait 1.26 NCST
3B Kyle Nelson 1.25 KAN
P Sil Harry 1.23 KEN
LF Ladarius Hightower 1.18 DUK
1B Edison Krolikowski 1.08 NEB
C Rick Wright 1.04 PUR
P Peter Palmer 0.52 OK
P Alejandro Rivera 0.38 ECP

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1947 College Playoffs

Fordham comes up with their first national championship in school history.
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Achievements, April/May 1947

MLB Owner Changes:
Arizona Diamondbacks owner Brad Cartner Jr. passed away and his son Austin Cartner took over.
Texas Rangers owner Anthony Looney passed away and his son Sheppard Looney took over.

MLB Career Milestones:
Elliot Raprap, Seattle Mariners - 2500 Hits
A great example of how fun feeder leagues can be. Raprap is now a 38 year-old future HOF in the majors and I remember voting him in as a high school MVP award winner.
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The top two draftees this year were pitchers. Eli Talkington, a dominant starter who won the Phoenix Amoss MVP award and pitcher of the year was taken first.

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A high school lefty - Isaac Arnold - went second overall and

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the first hitter taken was Normandy Tooke, a 3B who went to Texas after failing to be drafted in 1944 from high school.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Chicago Cubs: SP Eli Talkington, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - San Francisco Giants: SP Isaac Arnold, age 18
Round 1, Pick 3 - Montreal Expos: 3B Normandy Tooke, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - New York Yankees: 3B Blake John, age 18
Round 1, Pick 5 - Minnesota Twins: SP Dedric Melvin, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Arizona Diamondbacks: C Severiano Mijangos, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Boston Red Sox: SP Jeb Vidal, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Kansas City Royals: SP Isaac Finley, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - New York Mets: 1B Edison Krolikowski, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Marlon Schooley, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Toronto Blue Jays: 1B Everett Wolf, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - St. Louis Cardinals: 2B Nolan Richards, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - Houston Astros: 1B Roger Bronger, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Oakland Athletics: SS Jay Theisen, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Philadelphia Phillies: SP Eddie Parker, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - Cincinnati Reds: SP Nick Fells, age 18
Round 1, Pick 17 - Milwaukee Brewers: SP Hunter McCracken, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Chicago White Sox: 2B K.J. CotÚ, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Cleveland Indians: SP Jermaine Allen, age 18
Round 1, Pick 20 - Atlanta Braves: SP Tarrik Robinson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Giorvis Angeles, age 22
Round 1, Pick 22 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Sil Harry, age 21
Round 1, Pick 23 - Baltimore Orioles: SP Irving Williams, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Seattle Mariners: SP Theodore Fettinger, age 21
Round 1, Pick 25 - Florida Marlins: SS Jeremy Baringer, age 21
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1947 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
P E.J. LaFleur 4.76 DET
P Scottie Castillo 4.26 BOS
P Chong-Il Sim 4.02 TB
CF Mark Marquez 3.84 TEX
LF Jerolin Alderson 3.32 CHA
P Ryan Phillips 3.28 DET
1B Maxwell Williford 3.23 TEX
1B Chase Watson 3.22 TOR
CF Nick Reed 3.22 CLE
2B Wes Bow 3.16 TOR
P Josiah Owens 3.11 BAL
1B Elliot Raprap 3.07 SEA
SS Wyatt Overton 2.88 OAK
P Dave Cyr 2.85 BAL
3B Connor Phelps 2.82 BAL
3B Bryce Collins 2.61 CLE
1B Trevor Whaley 1.94 MIN
1B Mac Anders 1.8 TB
P Alex Perez 1.74 TOR
C Dallas Nissen 1.66 TEX
RF Kasen Jones 1.55 CHA
C Alan Deines 1.32 CHA
P Terek Williams 1.32 OAK
P Kipp Seymour 0.53 BOS
P B.J. Pruski 0.19 MIN

National League:

position name war team
P Bond Lott 5.01 NYM
LF Jade Baccus 4.67 MON
P Kirby Westbrook 4.38 CIN
P Prospero Herrera 4.3 SD
P Gavin Thornton 3.68 FLA
P Jeremy Brook 3.48 PIT
SS Isaiah Querido 3.45 SF
P Caleb Fonte 3.27 LAD
CF Sawyer Russell 3.24 COL
LF Leo McCanna 3.09 FLA
SS Wesley Haley 3.08 MIL
C Eddie Lopp 3.02 SD
C Theodore Servideo 2.88 MIL
C Cole Lawrence 2.83 CHC
1B Zachary Holmes 2.77 FLA
1B V.J. Bergeron 2.76 CHC
LF Ryan Thorsteinnsson 2.73 STL
RF Joe Murray 2.7 CIN
RF Dale Haynes 2.36 ARI
3B Karim Gardner 2.33 LAD
P Howard Osborne 1.99 FLA
2B William Williams 1.63 COL
P Silas Cotone 1.41 MIL
P Dusan Krejci 0.92 PHI
P Kouyou Sano 0.23 MON

I wanted to remake the format of these but wasn't able to come up with anything easy. The BBCode required for the forum doesn't really work for HTML style tables and I don't want to make images.
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Achievements, June through October 1947

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
Dean Grenier, Houston Astros - 2000 H
Rey Cora, Minnesota Twins - 2000 H
George Gonzales, Atlanta Braves - 2000 H
Rex Tildon, St. Louis Cardinals - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Liao Tsao, Fort Myers, R - 7K, 1BB
Hudson Cates, Vermont, A- 4K, 5BB
Paul Templeton, Lansing, A - 7K, 1BB
Esdras Brando, West Virginia, A- 10K, 1BB
Bernardo Wickers, Salem-Keizer, A- 8K, 2BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
Matt DeMeester, Peoria, R - 17K
Mick Kuepper, Rochester, AAA - 15K
Ted Guy, Boise, R - 15K
Jack Cash, Arizona, R - 17K
I've started receiving more emails about 15K games, but I don't know if more are happening or if I'm just getting notified more about them.

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Bruce Belinger, Reno Aces, AAA - 26G
Jared Wimmer, Montgomery, AA - 27G
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1947 MLB Playoffs

The Indians make it back to the World Series after their win in 1944 and beat the Rockies this time for their 4th championship.
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1947 MLB Award Winners

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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Mark Marquez, CF, Texas Rangers - 5.7 WAR, 150 wRC+, -6.3 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 7.1 WAR, 64 FIP-, 3.8 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Jade Baccus, LF, Montreal Expos - 6.0 WAR, 136 wRC+, 8.6 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: Bond Lott, LHP, New York Mets - 7.2 WAR, 76 FIP-, 2.5 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 7.1 WAR, 64 FIP-, 3.8 K/BB
NL Rookie of the Year: Rayan Del Cid, SS, New York Mets - 2.9 WAR, 102 wRC+, 10.7 ZR
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Lester Taylor, SS

Taylor was among the best batters to ever play in the major leagues, holding his own against the careers of Tomas Reed and Johan Velez. Like Reed, he was a 1st overall pick. Like Velez, he was a high school selection - from North Buncombe, not Denmark as Velez was. He won two MVP awards, one gold glove, and 6 silver sluggers. His performance sent him to 10 all-star games. Unfortunately for him, the Marlins World Series win happened in 1946 after he had left the team.

Career Stats: 10652 PA, 2888 H, 207 HR, 167 SB, .358 wOBA, 116 wRC+, 143.3 ZR, 73.5 WAR, 59.0 JAWS

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Steve Flores, RHP

Flores was an elite pitcher throughout his career and finished with similar JAWS numbers as other Hall-of-Famers Verne Rodriquez and Devon McFadden. He was the Pitcher of the Year once, won two World Series championships, and was selected to 7 all-star games, all as a member of the New York Mets. Flores originally signed a contract out of Colombia as a 16-year-old.

Career Stats: 3702.7 IP, 1205 BB, 1251 K, 3.45 FIP, 95 FIP-, 58.2 WAR, 63.1 JAWS

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Ted Lowe, 3B

Lowe was the Phillies 1st overall pick in 1927 out of Apopka High School and became a top-10 3B in MLB history with similar numbers to Mohamed Sabry and Deion Lee. He won two gold gloves, two silver sluggers, and went to one all-star game.

Career Stats: 8967 PA, 1900 H, 175 HR, .333 wOBA, 106 wRC+, 58.4 ZR, 45.7 WAR, 45.3 JAWS

Ezequias Flores, 2B

Flores was drafted 3rd overall out of Fresno State in 1928 by the Dodgers and spent nearly his entire career with the organization. He made four all-star teams, won 5 silver sluggers, three World Series, and was a two-time playoff MVP. He was especially instrumental in the Dodgers' 1934 championship. When compared to other 2B in MLB history, he falls just below the HOF line, near Esteban Moreno and Cezar Castaneda.

Career Stats: 7862 PA, 1944 H, 136 HR, 96 SB, .350 wOBA, 116 wRC+, -12.9 ZR, 42.8 WAR, 36.3 JAWS

Hart Dykeman, RHP

Dykeman had an impressive career with the Orioles but didn't quite have the needed peak for the HOF. He had a career somewhat similar to Martin Knisley, who also just missed out on the Hall. Dykeman was drafted 4th overall by the Orioles out of Monterey High School in 1926 and became the best pitcher in team history. He went to two all-star games and won a gold glove.

Career Stats:4270.3 IP, 1093 BB, 1030 K, 3.54 FIP, 95 FIP-, 67.2 WAR, 45.3 JAWS
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The third overall pick in 1946 jumps into the first overall prospect spot this year - Power pitching starter Parker Whitaker.

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Oliver Nedelman came out of nowhere this offseason when his potential increased from absolutely nothing to an 80/80 potential third baseman.
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1948 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Ronin Joseph 2.89 SDSU
3B Kyle Nelson 2.32 KAN
CF Rick Harris 2.12 ASU
2B Jimmy Warman 1.98 GEO
RF Finn Tullos 1.76 NEB
3B Caleb Caldwell 1.69 FOR
SS Gary Hunter 1.67 ARK
CF J.T. Chubb 1.59 BYU
P Logan Kohlmeier 1.57 UC
LF Noah Blanco 1.52 WF
P Dalcio Rocha 1.48 WV
C Jonah Snedeker 1.41 OK
P Feargal Reed 1.35 BYU
P Ivory Gardner 1.29 WSU
SS Artie Sanford 1.27 TCU
P Paul Seelbinder 1.27 TTU
1B Gustavo Luna 1.21 KAN
C Samuel Roder 1.03 SDSU
P Ian Gideon 0.68 BYU
P Colton Back 0.56 STAN

Team 2:

position name war school
CF Brady Sheard 2.02 USC
P Eloi Girard 1.88 VIR
3B Thomas Lyke 1.76 UA
CF Adam Peters 1.73 LSU
LF Billy Heidel 1.65 WV
P Madinson Martines 1.6 UHC
RF Colin Kelley 1.55 ND
P Linden Leib 1.51 TEX
1B Liam Harber 1.47 UC
SS Henry Crippen 1.46 UC
P Charlie Kmiec 1.44 WSS
P Tyler Provost 1.44 PEP
C Justen McFarland 1.43 NMSU
P Anthony Farrell 1.42 ARK
CF Matt Hammond 1.37 MSU
3B Vasili Ermakov 1.33 IOWA
2B Taylor Mariano 1.31 PIT
P Mark Ardner 0.86 ILL
C Nick Abell 0.75 SJSU
P Devon Bradley 0.03 RO
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1948 College Playoffs

Clemson claimed their second championship and first since 1915.
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Achievements, April/May 1948

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
Titus Laubach, San Francisco Giants - 2000 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Adam Carter, Florida State, NCAA - 7K, 2BB
Chong-Il Sim, Tampa Bay, MLB - 4K, 3BB
Jeremy Aubin, Asheville, A - 1K, 4BB

15+ Strikeout Games:
Waylon Wallick, Georgia, NCAA - 15K
Alley Harsh, Hortonville, WIAA - 15K
Tyler Provost, Pepperdine, NCAA - 15K
Albie Santiago, Clayton Valley Charter, CIF - 15K
Feargal Reed, BYU, NCAA - 17K
Logan Kohlmeier, California, NCAA - 15K
Wyatt Weigl, Carlsbad, NMAA - 15K
Rudy Pierce, Teutopolis, IHSA - 17K
Frank Schreck, Vandebilt, NCAA - 16K
Braylen Whitaker, Pensacola, AA - 16K
Gines Mejia, Virginia, NCAA - 15K
Wayne Cordero, Central Catholic, OSAA - 15K
Ryder Koon, Mississippi, AA - 17K
Isaac Finley, Arizona, NCAA - 16K
Cecil Williams, North Cobb, GHSA - 15K
Aaron Craft, UC Santa Barbara, NCAA - 16K
Isaac Finley, Arizona, NCAA - 15K
Dean Weston, IMG Academy, FLHSAA - 15K
Edward Quick, Long Beach State, NCAA - 16K
B.J. Fischer, Sachem East, NYSPHSAA - 15K
Chris Shain, North Buncombe, NCHSAA - 17K
Reggie Bradshaw, St Mary Central, WIAA - 17K
Tommy Turben, Long Beach State, NCAA - 17K
Victor Krause, Oklahoma, NCAA - 16K
Bonadona Ocasio, Osceola, FLHSAA - 16K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Jeffery Oeser, St Mary Central, WIAA - 25G
Kendall Moneymaker, Tampa Bay, MLB - 25G
Josiah Steele, Down East, A+ - 26G
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Billy Heidel, West Virginia, NCAA - 33G
Hanleth Bayo, Plant, FLHSAA - 27G
Anthony Tampungu, Waupun, WIAA - 26G
Keith Carpenter, Huntington Beach, CIF - 29G
Skull LIner, Oklahoma State, NCAA - 27G
Owen DeSosa, Augusta, A - 27G
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The first overall pick in the draft was Ivory Gardner, who according to some scouts, has the "talent of a future multiple-time pitcher of the year award winner."

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The top bat selected was Gustavo Luna out of Kansas and

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no high school player was taken until pick 7 - Jordan Berger, a lefty out of Volcano Vista High School.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Ivory Gardner, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - New York Yankees: 1B Gustavo Luna, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - St. Louis Cardinals: SS Bali Nalls, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - Chicago White Sox: 3B Kyle Nelson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 5 - Arizona Diamondbacks: 3B Caleb Caldwell, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Milwaukee Brewers: 3B Vasili Ermakov, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Chicago Cubs: SP Jordan Berger, age 18
Round 1, Pick 8 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Linden Leib, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Kansas City Royals: SP Alley Harsh, age 18
Round 1, Pick 10 - Kansas City Royals: SP Samuel Keeland, age 18
Round 1, Pick 11 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Russ Portell, age 18
Round 1, Pick 12 - Minnesota Twins: SP Alex Yokum, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - Detroit Tigers: SS Henry Crippen, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Atlanta Braves: RF Finn Tullos, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Montreal Expos: 1B Pablo Ward, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - Colorado Rockies: SP Ronin Joseph, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Texas Rangers: SP Amos Keppy, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Toronto Blue Jays: CL Jack Gillson, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Chicago White Sox: CF Malietoa Vou, age 18
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1948 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
LF Dave Wright 4.21 CLE
P Bob Mitkowsky 3.97 SEA
P Luca Foreman 3.87 TB
P Skyler Wilkerson 3.71 TB
P Chong-Il Sim 3.69 TB
CF Diego Silva 3.56 OAK
P Tomas Montero 3.43 LAA
CF Hack Hunter 3.4 BAL
2B Jack Schofield 3.32 SEA
P Randal Hunter 3.27 OAK
CF Omar Escovar 3.23 TB
1B Van Fuhrman 3.22 CLE
RF Kenny Drago 3.17 LAA
CF Nick Reed 3.15 CLE
RF Jonas Soler 3.06 OAK
LF T.J. Langley 3.02 NYY
C Mark Petrov 2.62 LAA
2B Melvin Longoria 2.51 DET
C Maximo Solorio 2.48 BOS
3B Connor Phelps 2.14 BAL
SS Leon Fowlston 1.9 SEA
P Dominic Richardson 1.38 HOU
P Terek Williams 1.21 OAK
P D.J. Mayers 0.93 OAK
P Tom Edwards 0.66 TB

National League:

position name war team
P Nicky Waitman 4.57 SF
P Justin Glatfelter 3.9 COL
P Paul Penisten 3.79 COL
CF Courtnay O'Donnell 3.66 NYM
P Teodosio Reyes 3.66 PHI
CF Sawyer Russell 3.56 COL
LF Jade Baccus 3.52 MON
SS Noah Garcia 3.18 COL
P Matt Olstad 3.07 CIN
2B Sean Burks 2.86 NYM
LF Leo McCanna 2.68 FLA
LF Dan Louks 2.64 ATL
3B Normandy Tooke 2.61 MON
1B Honorio Valdizon 2.59 MIL
2B Bruce Mercer 2.59 LAD
P Rodrigo Solis 2.39 SD
1B Lindsay Waters 2.23 SF
RF Dale Haynes 2.11 ARI
C Eddie Lopp 2.03 SF
LF Noel Linnen 1.98 SF
C Cole Lawrence 1.77 CHC
P Alfredo Puentes 1.46 MIL
P Howard Osborne 1.33 FLA
P Evan Hartsook 1.02 LAD
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Achievements, June through October 1948

MLB Owner Changes:
Seattle Mariners owner Julio Villalobos passed away and his son Joshua Villalobos took over.
Colorado Rockies were sold to Aron Christian.

MLB Career Milestones:
Dale Estrada, Atlanta Braves MLB - 2500 H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
William Penn, Jacksonville, AA - 11K, 3BB
Antonis Athanassios, Quad Cities, A - 5K, 2BB
Camden Leister, Charlotte, AAA - 3K, 6BB
Reuben Herold, Mobile, AA - 8K, 1BB
Timothy Kirchner, Pensacola, AA - 11K, 2BB
Angel Martin, Springfield, AA - 3K, 8BB
Noah Naghavi, Jacksonville, AA - 6K, 5BB

16+ Strikeout Games:
Liam Gross, Mesa, R - 16K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Tucker Kent, Las Vegas, AAA - 27G
Reggie Seymour, Ogden, R - 29G
Sonny Lucas, Reno, AAA - 27G
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The Rockies make it to their second straight World Series, this time winning it all. Strangely enough, the two World Series teams both had ownership changes immediately following the season.
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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 7.8 WAR, 79 FIP-, 2.9 K/BB

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NL Top Pitcher: Nicky Waitman, RHP, San Francisco Giants - 7.0 WAR, 78 FIP-, 1.4 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Ronnie Struemph, LHP, New York Yankees - 5.6 WAR, 87 FIP-, 1.2 K/BB
NL Rookie of the Year: Faber DePriest, RF, Philadelphia Phillies - 4.7 WAR, 139 wRC+, 1.6 ZR
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