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Old 10-01-2019, 11:28 AM   #381
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Man, what's going on with my Boggs?? His first 1,000 PA have been an absolute trainwreck:



Prior to picking him up, I had scouted that card extensively. One of the benefits of having three teams in different perfect leagues, is a large sample of data to draw from. I checked probably a dozen 89 Boggs cards, and over large samples, they always hit .270-.290 depending on park factors, with OBP from .340-.360. And yet here mine sits at .240/.320 with the ideal park factors. That's pathetic! He really needs to get his act together.
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Old 10-01-2019, 07:17 PM   #382
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Feeling pretty stupid right about now. I generally avoid packs, but on a whim I tried to "take advantage" of the diamond pack sale...and boy did that not work out. Of 11 packs I got 10 live diamonds, a few worth 7-8k tops, and the only historical was 91 Morgan Ensberg worth 6k. One historical gold (worth 3k) and nothing else. Just a total bloodbath. Ugh.
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Old 10-12-2019, 02:52 PM   #383
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Got a little frustrated with myself and took a mini-break after that diamond pack debacle.

But after the dust settled and I sold off everything, I ended up with enough PP to make some impact moves. I finally got that 95 Charlie Gehringer I had my eyes on for so long, for about 25k. Also, last night I managed to snag a really nice bargain (I think) and picked up 96 Ty Cob for only 52k to replace Gwynn at DH. It was one of those auctions that ended in the middle of the night so I was a bit fortunate to get that deal.

So now for the first time ever I have an actual premium base-stealer on the SmallBallers. He's got the on-base skills vs RHP to maximize that speed. It's nice to know I won't have to worry about my leadoff spot ever again.

All three teams have a chance to make the playoffs this week, as of now. The SmallBallers are a lock, with a 12 game division lead. The SaberCats have a decent wild card lead, with 82% playoff odds at the moment, and just 1.5 back in the division. Last week they missed the playoffs by just 1 game. The Balancers are still nowhere near a GOOD team, but they were placed in a horrible division and so they actually have a shot. Currently 75% playoff odds...but I wouldn't be surprised if they falter. Their run differential is -14 on the season.
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Old 10-13-2019, 12:33 PM   #384
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All three teams are in the perfect playoffs! That's a first. The Balancers were pretty lucky to get there with just 88 wins, but they finished the season strong 9-1 to win the division.

The SmallBallers ended up with 99 games and another perfect division title. Gehringer chipped in 4 WAR so that seems to be working out. In game one of the DS, I was up against perfect Walsh, but my Santana outdueled him 1-0. The one run came from a triple by Lenny, who was knocked in by a Ty Cobb single.

The SaberCats had to settle for the wild card, but they survived the 1 game madness and are still alive. They had another fairly steady but unspectacular season, in line with the previous few with a run differential of about +70. Maddux & Glavine at the top of the rotation have been dominant. The offense had a typical season...some guys up and some down (these fairly dramatic swings seem common when relying on HR) but overall I led my league in HR by 30, which was enough for my offense overall to rank middle of the pack despite being dead last in AVG. My run prevention was 5th best overall, so that is still the strength, as it has been for a long time.
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Old 10-14-2019, 11:01 AM   #385
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Both the SaberCats and Balancers lost in the division round, to much better teams.

But the SmallBallers put together another deep playoff run. About as deep as possible...game 7 of the WS...but they fell just short. Hank Aaron hit a grand slam against Johan Santana to seal my fate. That's ten straight playoff appearances since I made the upgrades a while back, and zero titles. Not that I'm counting or anything...

This season I've got the Washington Senators in my division so it looks like a wild card year. I'm excited to see what Ty Cobb can do in a full season, though.
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