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Old 01-30-2020, 07:32 PM   #1
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Battle of the Ages: All-Decade Teams

Hoping to get back into dynasty writing, and trying to figure out what kind I want to do (besides possibly trying to rekindle my old Austin James dynasty!).

Anyone who ever read my Alltime Baseball Alliance and Pastime Baseball League dynasties knows I am a huge fan of cross-era matchups. I love history, but I don't like historical replays...I know what DID happen. I'm far more interested in the what ifs.

Which brings me to the Battle of the Ages, which will be setup as follows:

24 teams: NL and AL teams from the 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, etc. through the 2010s.

50 players: Rosters will be uniform. 3 catchers, 3 at each infield position, 9 outfielders, 15 starting pitchers and 10 relievers. They are evaluated based on WAR during the decade and fit into the position they played more than 50% of their games at. Same for pitchers. I wanted teams to include relievers, like real teams, rather than be loaded with 10-12 starters. That's not a team to me. It also gets some sleepers into the set. The only exception is the 1900-1909 teams, where the relief threshold had to be cut to 25%. That all makes 49 players. The highest WAR player of the decade, regardless of position, who did not fit into one of those positions, gets spot number 50. Active roster will be 25, reserve squad will be another 25.

Level playing field: All players will be rated using Davenport Translations, which adjust for era. They will start with the age they were when they first made the majors, but their rookie ratings will be based on the best of their first three seasons. Their potential will be the average of their best 3 seasons.

Real splits:
All ratings will have proper, real-life split adjustments for both pitchers and hitters. GB% will also be factored for pitchers where available (post 1950, I believe).

Assignments: Players are assigned to a decade based on which decade their WAR was highest. So, while Ted Williams was a top 9 outfielder for both the 1940s and 1950s AL teams, the AL 1940s team gets him because his WAR was higher during that decade.

Similarly, players who perhaps had a higher WAR or played more years in one decade but didn't crack the top slots to qualify for that decade based on the competition may make it into another decade's team. Jerry Reuss, for example, doesn't make the 1970s NL team despite pitching every year of the decade because he ranks too low on the depth chart. But he slips into the 1980s team with a similar WAR.

Players also can end up in a league you wouldn't expect by virtue of playing time. For example, Fred McGriff's best years were with the Blue Jays. But he started in '86 and doesn't crack the 80s 1B lineup, and in the 90s did most of his damage in the NL for the Braves and Padres. So he's on the NL 90s squad.


League Setup: Each league will consist of two divisions of six teams each. No wild cards. Two division champs play to advance to World Series from their league.


I'll go through rosters here in this thread as I do them, and if you have any questions let me know. Love talking about the players, eras, etc.

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The 1960s NL roster - probably the strongest on the NL side

POS

C Torre 36.3
C Haller 25.9
C McCarver 20.8
1B McCovey 44.5
1B Cepeda 37.8
1B B White 33.1
2B Lefebvre 13.7
2B Mazeroski 27.6
2B Hunt 19
3B Santo 57.6
3B Allen 35.2
3B K Boyer 38.1
SS Wills 36.6
SS Groat 25.3
SS Alley 21
OF Mays 84.2
OF Aaron 81
OF Clemente 66.4
OF F. Robinson 40.3
OF Pinson 41.7
OF B Williams 41.1
OF Callison 39.5
OF Flood 39.1
OF F. Alou 36.9






SP Marichal 55.3
SP Gibson 54.2
SP Koufax 47.9
SP Drysdale 44.7
SP La Jackson 35.8
SP Maloney 35.2
SP Bunning 29.6
SP Short 28.8
SP Friend 25.3
SP Veale 25.2
SP O Toole 20.8
SP K Johnson 20.7
SP Ellsworth 19.6
SP D LeMaster 18
SP Dierker 17.2






RP Farrell 22.9
RP Perranoski 14.8
RP Bolin 14.3
RP McBean 14.1
RP McDaniel 13.4
RP B Shaw 13
RP Abernathy 12.5
RP O Dell 11.5
RP Regan 11
RP Face 10.5



50th Man Willie Davis 34.1


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The 1960s AL roster - Harmon Killebrew is a great 50th man to have, as he's the unusual star player who didn't play 50% of his games at any one position. So he makes it on his overall WAR for the decade.

POS
C Freehan 24.9
C Howard 21.6
C Romano 19.8
1B Cash 42.9
1B Powell 20.8
1B Gentile 16.4
2B Lumpe 12.9
2B Knoop 14.2
2B Green 10.7
3B Robinson 53.9
3B Boyer 20.1
3B McMullen 21.2
SS Fregosi 37.5
SS Aparicio 34.7
SS McAuliffe 28.8
OF Yastrzemski 53.3
OF Kaline 48.7
OF Alison 32.7
OF Oliva 31.9
OF Colavito 27.4
OF Maris 26.3
OF Tresh 22
OF Howard 21.3
OF Fl Robinson 18.5

POS
SP Chance 33.6
SP mcDowell 30.2
SP Stottlemyre 26.3
SP Pascual 24.6
SP J Perry 24.3
SP Horlen 23.7
SP Monboquette 22.4
SP McLain 22.1
SP Peters 21.3
SP Wilson 19.9
SP Siebert 19.6
SP Kralick 18.4
SP John 17
SP Barber 16.7
SP Pappas 16.6


RP Wilhelm 23.6
RP Aguirre 17.3
RP Radatz 17.8
RP Ramos 14.1
RP Hall 14.2
RP Drabowsky 13.1
RP Miller 12
RP Stange 12.1
RP Wyatt 10.8
RP Bell 10.4

50th Man Killebrew 48.6
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The 1970s AL Roster


C
Munson
45.7
C
Fisk
35.8
C
Porter
25.5
1B
Scott
29.3
1B
Mayberry
22.6
1B
Hargrove
20
2B
Carew
56.3
2B
Grich
46.9
2B
Wills
12.3
3B
Nettles
54.5
3B
Bando
49
3B
B Bell
31.4
SS
Campaneris
36.1
SS
Harrah
31.6
SS
Belanger
33.3
OF
Jackson
51.3
OF
Otis
40.8
OF
R White
38.2
OF
Rudi
27.1
OF
Lynn
27.4
OF
Murcer
25.4
OF
Rivers
26.4
OF
Rice
24.5
OF
Singleton
24.1



POS


SP
Palmer
54.1
SP
Blyleven
49.5
SP
Ryan
40
SP
G Perry
41.6
SP
Wood
43.2
SP
Tiant
39.4
SP
Lolich
32.6
SP
Tanana
32.4
SP
Blue
30.4
SP
Hunter
28
SP
Eckersley
27.7
SP
Goltz
24.5
SP
Kaat
23.4
SP
Guidy
20.7
SP
J Coleman
20.6






RP
Hiller
27.3
RP
Drago
18.2
RP
Lyle
18
RP
Gossage
14.9
RP
Kern
14.2
RP
Fingers
12.8
RP
Campbell
12.7
RP
Forster
12.1
RP
LaRoche
11.3
RP
Lindblad
10.3

50th Man: Don Money 24.7

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NL 1970s

NOTE: Pete Rose has been removed from the 1960s NL team as his WAR was higher in the 70s.He's an OF for the 70s squad. Jim Lefebvre takes his place at 2B on the 1960s team.

POS

C Bench 58.9
C Simmons 39.9
C Sanguillen 23.5
1B Perez 36.2
1B Garvey 29.8
1B Watson 23.7
2B Morgan 67
2B Lopes 30.5
2B Cash 25.1
3B Cey 35.6
3B D Evans 32.9
3B Hebner 25.3
SS Concepcion 30.1
SS Speier 22.2
SS Russell 19.6
OF Rose 50.6
OF Cedeno 44.2
OF Parker 32.4
OF Foster 32
OF Maddox 31.6
OF Bo Bonds 29
OF Winfield 28.2
OF Wynn 27.7
OF Oliver 25.3






SP Seaver 67.1
SP Niekro 64.5
SP Carlton 44.6
SP Reuschel 40.8
SP Sutton 34.5
SP Hooton 29.2
SP Rogers 27.8
SP Koosman 27.7
SP Jenkins 26.6
SP Matlack 26.5
SP Barr 26.5
SP Messersmith 23.6
SP D Roberts 20.2
SP D Wilson 20
SP R Jones 19.8






RP R Reed 16.7
RP K Forsch 16.4
RP Sutter 15.2
RP Lavelle 12.9
RP McGraw 11.8
RP Carroll 10.7
RP Marshall 8.8
RP C Taylor 8.7
RP J Niekro 8.4
RP Giusti 7.8



50th Man Jose Cruz 25.2
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