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Old 12-31-2018, 10:02 AM   #521
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ABL 2022 Golden Glove Winners



P: Bob Friend (Boston-1st)
C: Frank Snyder (Chicago-3rd)
1B: Albert Pujols (Alabama-2nd)
2B: Snuffy Stirnweiss (New York-2nd)
3B: Mike Schmidt(New York-1st)
SS: Bill Dahlen (Alabama-1st)
LF: Larry Hisle(New York-1st)
CF: Bill Lange (New York-1st)
RF: Al Kaline (Alabama-2nd)





P: Tim Wakefield (Portland-1st)
C: Joe Mauer (New Orleans-1st)
1B: Todd Helton (Phoenix-4th)
2B: Jackie Robinson (San Antonio-2nd)
3B: Billy Werber (Las Vegas-1st)
SS: Billy Rogell (Seattle-1st)
LF: Jose Cruz (Omaha-5th)
CF: Johnny Mostil (Las Vegas-1st)
RF: Elmer Flick (San Antonio-3rd)
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C: Roy Campanella (Memphis - 5th)
..278/.357/.433, 492 AB, 20 HR, 2 SB, 119 wRC+, 4.1 WAR

1B: Lou Gehrig (Chicago - 2nd)
.309/.412/.462, 576 AB, 22 HR, 4 SB, 140 wRC+, 4.5 WAR

2B: Snuffy Stirnweiss (New York - 2nd)
.305/.363/.435, 642 AB, 5 HR, 29 SB, 116 R, 121 wRC+, 5.8 WAR

3B: Al Rosen (Boston - 2nd)
.300/.397/.439, 494 AB, 18 HR, 2 SB, 140 wRC+, 4.7 WAR

SS: Arky Vaughan (New York - 3rd)
.316/.409/.431, 541 AB, 7 HR, 4 SB, 133 wRC+, 4.4 WAR

LF: Jose Cardenal (Chicago - 1st)
.336/.387/.476, 521 AB, 10 HR, 29 SB, 139 wRC+, 4.7 WAR

CF: Mickey Mantle (Chicago - 2nd)
.307/.409/.547, 567 AB, 36 HR, 7 SB, 110 RBI, 8.0 WAR

RF: Sam Crawford (Boston - 2nd)
.331/.369/.464, 599 AB, 9 HR, 24 SB, 130 wRC+, 3.9 WAR

DH: Ken Williams (Charlotte - 1st)
.300/.376/.506, 453 AB, 20 HR, 8 SB, 134 wRC+, 2.7 WAR




C: Gary Carter (Denver - 3rd)
344/.392/.500, 334 AB, 13 HR, 1 SB, 141 wRC+, 3.5 WAR

1B: Todd Helton (Phoenix - 2nd)

.306/.397/.473, 602 AB, 24 HR, 1 SB, 110 R, 143 wRC+, 5.6 WAR

2B: Jackie Robinson (Los Angeles - 3rd)
.296/.395/.492, 575 AB, 25 HR, 30 SB, 107 RBI, 7.4 WAR

3B: Freddie Lindstrom (New Orleans - 1st)
.287/.323/.397, 670 AB, 8 HR, 6 SB, 95 wRC+, 2.5 WAR

SS: Charlie Hollocher (Los Angeles - 1st)

.316/.375/.403, 605 AB, 3 HR, 8 SB, 110 wRC+, 3.5 WAR

LF: Ed Delahanty (San Antonio - 5th)
.313/.392/.443, 594 AB, 16 HR, 27 SB, 101 RBI, 5.5 WAR

CF: Ty Cobb (Denver - 3rd)
.414/.461/.554, 630 AB, 13 HR, 64 SB, 118 R, 101 RBI, 9.8 WAR

RF: Jim Wynn (Omaha - 2nd)

.272/.373/.483, 493 AB, 28 HR, 5 SB, 135 wRC+, 4.6 WAR

DH: Ken Griffey Sr. (Seattle - 1st)
.249/.332/.379, 485 AB, 12 HR, 7 SB, 101 wRC+, 0.2 WAR
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Most Valuable Player
Mickey Mantle (Chicago)
2nd: Jesse Tannehill (Chicago)
3rd: Jose Cardenal (Chicago)

Outstanding Hitter

Mickey Mantle (Chicago)
2nd: Sam Crawford (Boston)
3rd: Oscar Gamble (Charlotte)

Outstanding Pitcher
Eppa Rixey (Chicago)
2nd: Jesse Tannehill (Chicago)
3rd: Vinegar Bend Mizell (St. Louis)

Rookie of the Year
Wiley Piatt (Orlando)
2nd: Wally Joyner (Charlotte)
3rd: Bill Dahlen (Alabama)


Reliever of the Year
Dan Plesac (New York)
2nd: Dennis Eckersley (Orlando)
3rd: Keith Foulke (Chicago)

Manager of the Year
Joe Altobelli (Orlando)




Most Valuable Player
Ty Cobb (Denver)
2nd: Jackie Robinson (Portland)
3rd: Steve Carlton (Denver)

Outstanding Hitter

Ty Cobb (Denver)
2nd:
Jackie Robinson (Portland)
3rd: Todd Helton (Phoenix)

Outstanding Pitcher

Danny Darwin (Sacramento)
2nd: Chief Bender (Denver)
3rd: Steve Carlton (Denver)

Rookie of the Year
Johan Santana (Las Vegas)
2nd: Jack Quinn (Las Vegas)
3rd: Wally Judnich (Omaha)


Reliever of the Year
Bryan Harvey (New Orleans)
2nd: Tom Henke (Denver)
3rd: BJ Ryan (Omaha)

Manager of the Year
Joe Maddon (Denver)
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Columbus Has High Hopes For Hughie
Crushers make shortstop Jennings top pick in amateur draft
Weeks after locking up 15-game winner Chief Bender as the free agency period began, the Columbus Crushers addressed their lineup in the amateur draft, taking Hughie Jennings with the top overall pick.

Jennings, considered a gap hitter as well as a slick fielder, will immediately slot into new manager Chuck Tanner's lineup as the Crushers look to improve from a tumultuous first season that saw the expansion club post the worst record in ABL history (53-107) and fire manager Jerry Manuel after one season.

Columbus was reportedly torn between Jennings and five-tool centerfielder Mike Trout, who went second to a Seattle Grinders squad that batted .223 as a team in its inaugural season.

"With [George] Burns and [Enos] Slaughter in the outfield, we ultimately decided bolstering the infield was the way to go," said Columbus general manager Tim Allen. "We know Seattle got a great player in Mike."

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Round 1
Round 1, Pick 1 - Columbus Crushers: SS Hughie Jennings, age 22
Round 1, Pick 2 - Seattle Grinders: CF Mike Trout, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Las Vegas Bosses: SP Red Ames, age 22
Round 1, Pick 4 - Sacramento Stingers: SS Barry Larkin, age 22
Round 1, Pick 5 - Portland Robins: 2B Roberto Alomar, age 20
Round 1, Pick 6 - New Orleans Knights: C Luis Santop, age 23
Round 1, Pick 7 - Charlotte Cougars: RF Paul Waner, age 23
Round 1, Pick 8 - Phoenix Scorpions: CF Jim Edmonds, age 24
Round 1, Pick 9 - Louisville Thorougbreds: RF Paul O'Neill, age 24
Round 1, Pick 10 - Chicago Hitmen: 2B Ben Zobrist, age 25
Round 1, Pick 11 - Boston Riders: RP Francisco Cordero, age 25
Round 1, Pick 12 - San Antonio Stallions: SS Donie Bush, age 22
Round 1, Pick 13 - New York Heroes: C Gene Tenace, age 24
Round 1, Pick 14 - Omaha Pioneers: RP Dellin Betances, age 26
Round 1, Pick 15 - Orlando Orcas: SP Tim Keefe, age 23
Round 1, Pick 16 - Denver Pilots: SP Bob Rush, age 22


Supplemental Round 1
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 1 - Boston Riders: SP William Whyte, age 23
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 2 - Portland Robins: 1B Mule Suttles, age 22
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 3 - Alabama Slammers: C Javy Lopez, age 24
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 4 - Memphis Sounds: RF Chuck Klein, age 24
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 5 - Los Angeles Lightning: SP J R Richard, age 23
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 6 - San Antonio Stallions: CF Chet Lemon, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 7 - Phoenix Scorpions: LF Charlie Keller, age 23
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 8 - Denver Pilots: SP Webster McDonald, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 9 - Memphis Sounds: LF Lefty O'Doul, age 26
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 10 - Denver Pilots: CF Pete Browning, age 21
Round 1 (Suppl.), Pick 11 - Memphis Sounds: SP Andy Benes, age 22
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Major ABL 2022 Offseason Free Agent Signings
A year after a whopping 14 contracts worth more than $100 million were doled out by Alltime Baseball League franchises, the brakes were pumped a bit this offseason. Only two contracts worth more than $100 million were given out, but one of those topped $200 million, Chicago locking up Eastern League MVP Mickey Mantle.


Big winners in the offseason (WAR gained)
Las Vegas (15.2), Seattle (12.8), Columbus (11.9)


Big losers in the offseason (WAR lossed)
Denver (-21.2), Alabama (-14.3), Orlando (-12.2)


Mickey Mantle, Chicago (7 years, $209.6M) - Re-signing

Chief Bender, Columbus (7 years, $184M)

Jose Oquendo, St. Louis (6 years, $92.4M)

Roy Campanella, Seattle (4 years, $76M)

Andre Dawson, Charlotte (6 years, $71.4M)

Greg Maddux, Las Vegas (5 years, $69.3M)

Gary Carter, Las Vegas (5 years, $62.4M)

Shoeless Joe Jackson, Alabama (6 years, $60.6M)

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ABL Around the Horn April 2023
  • In 2022, the St. Louis Steamers stepped up as the first of the four expansion clubs to make an impact, managing to break .500 (81-79) in their inaugural season. One month into 2023, it looks like the Seattle Grinders are next in line. Seattle went 15-11 in April, led by a staff sporting the league's best ERA (3.48) and strong starts from free agent pickup Roy Campanella (.311-7-18) and their latest first-round pick Mike Trout (.270-8-16).
  • Prognosticators thought the four-time division winning Denver Pilots would be in for a rough season after free agency took P Chief Bender (second in the Outstanding Pitcher voting), C Gary Carter (Silver Slugger) and 1B Jason Thompson and ABL alltime wins leader Cole Hamels was traded to Charlotte. Then came word P Billy Pierce would miss the 2023 season to undergo elbow surgery. But the Pilots have soared out of the gate, particularly offensively where Gabby Hartnett, acquired in the Hamels deal, has replaced Carter by batting .361 in the season's opening month, and the league batting leader is a Pilot outfielder NOT named Ty Cobb, as Joe Medwick is batting .377.
  • St. Louis achieved its surprising first season despite a poor effort from the No. 1 pick in the draft, Bryce Harper. The lefty slugger batted only .225 despite 20 homers, and had long droughts during the season. But he's started 2023 by showing he was worth the pick, posting a .964 OPS with 8 homers and 26 RBI in the season's opening month.
  • The free agent signing period was two days old when the first chip fell, and it was a huge one. The biggest contract of the offseason went to the player whose team wouldn't let him get away, as the Chicago Hitmen locked up MVP Mickey Mantle with a 7-year, $209.6 million deal. And Mantle has come out swinging to open 2023 for the first-place Hitmen, blasting an ABL-leading 13 homers in the season's opening month.

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  • The Seattle Grinders are the league's top story through two months, as a 19-10 May has put them in first place in the Western League North with the second-best record in the ABL. They are being driven by pitching (league best 3.10 team ERA) and defense (league best .752 defensive efficiency), as Schoolboy Rowe continues his incredible start to 2023 after missing the entire 2022 season with a torn elbow ligament. It's hard to blame Charlotte for letting him go, having paid him $19 million for nothing last year, but Seattle - which inked him to a two-year, $20M deal this offseason - is being handsomely rewarded at the moment, as his 7-2, 1.37 start has led their unexpected charge.
  • The Chicago Hitmen have profited from a similar situation, where Nolan Ryan - whose 2022 campaign was limited to 10 starts due to a torn labrum - was allowed to leave by the New York Heroes, for whom he had an erratic four years. The promise was always there, but the 5 walks per 9 innings always seemed to derail Ryan's progress. Chicago has tapped into his potential though after signing him to a two-year, $14.8 million deal this offseason. Ryan has gone 7-0 with a 1.34 ERA, striking out 13 per nine innings and trimming his walk rate to 4 per 9 - less than ideal but manageable when opponents are missing as much as they are so far.
  • George Brett's all-star 2022 campaign was ended when he was struck in the face with a pitch, and ultimately needed surgery to repair the damage. There's now concern that Brett may not return to form, as he's struggled to a .261 mark so far this season. The panic, Brett says, is coming too quickly, and he's certain he'll return to top form shortly.
  • Jumping out in the Rookie of the Year race is a second-round pick: Bobby Bonds, of the Louisville Thoroughbreds. Bonds leads the Eastern League in homers (18) and RBI (48). Rookie Jim Edmonds, taken 8th overall by Phoenix, is doing the same in the Western League with 20 homers and 56 RBI.
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West Gets Even in All-Star Duel
Phoenix's Youngs named MVP as Midsummer Classic record evens at 3-3


CHARLOTTE - Bank of America Ballpark saw the Alltime Baseball League's best gather for the 6th Annual All-Star Game, and were treated to a tale of two games.


Western League starter Schoolboy Rowe (8-5, 1.70) and Eastern League hurler Nolan Ryan (10-0, 1.57) each struggled through the game's first two innings, which saw the Eastern League ahead 3-2 on the strength of homers from Chicago's Jose Cardenal and St. Louis' Mike Scioscia.


But the West, who plated its pair in the second inning on RBI groundouts from Phoenix's Frank Chance and Orlando's Rafael Furcal after loading the bases against Ryan, would tag Columbus' Jake Westbrook for a pair in the third on RBI knocks from Portland's Bill Freehan and Phoenix's Ross Youngs.


Youngs would take home Most Valuable Player honors, going 2-for-2 with a pair of runs scored and what proved to be the game-winning RBI, as both sides' bats went cold from there on.


Portland's Jackie Robinson stroked an RBI single in the top of the ninth against Orlando closer Dennis Eckersley for an insurance run the West wouldn't need, as Seattle's Brandon Morrow closed it out.

Westbrook would be tagged with the loss, while Las Vegas lefty Johan Santana, the 2022 Rookie of the Year, earned the win with a perfect inning of work.

MVP: Ross Youngs, Phoenix (2-for-2, 2 runs, RBI)
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Its going to be a fun league. The league has a website, and a forum which both of which look awesome. I believe this league once filled will be a very active league so please sign up so we can start up soon enough
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  • The Sacramento Stingers didn't enjoy their June travels, going 2-11 on the road during the month en route to a 7-14 overall record that undid much of their strong start over the first two months. Sweeps at the hands of division rivals Portland and Omaha were not what the Stingers, now in the familiar position of fourth place - where they've finished each of the past three years - were counting on.

  • The Alabama Slammers were thought to have taken a big hit in free agency, losing the second most WAR in the league during the offseason. But their big investment in Shoeless Joe Jackson has paid off, to the tune of a .343 average, second in the Eastern League. But if you're looking for the reason the Slammers are atop the Eastern League South, the biggest may be a less heralded signing. Jerry Koosman, considered a disappointment until this season (45-46, 4.84 ERA), was signed as a minor league free agent and has blossomed at age 30, going 11-3 with a 2.78 ERA and earning his first All-Star appearance.

  • It seemed impossible to fathom that Ty Cobb could follow up his remarkable 2022 campaign in which he hit .414 with anything similar. But a .450 June has lifted Cobb's Western League-leading average to .377 and it seems a pretty good shot that the centerfielder will, at 25, win his third straight MVP Award.

  • What's most scary about the Chicago Hitmen? It's not their ABL best 52-37 mark, or the fact they have the likely Eastern League MVP in Mickey Mantle (.327-27-71) AND Outstanding Pitcher in Nolan Ryan (10-0, 1.57 ERA). It's that Lou Gehrig (.261-15-52) hasn't even hit a hot streak yet. The Hitmen already lead the North by 12 1/2 games and will likely be on cruise control come August.
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