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Old 07-12-2019, 09:54 PM   #641
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Tuesday, July 1, Year III

Portland Beavers (54-26 .675 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Diego Padres (44-32 .579 8 GB in 2nd place in the PCL West)

POR: Dave Sutton (25-L 3-0 2.38) Rookie vs. SD: Mike Nackley (28-L 9-4 2.86) 2 time All-Star Gold Glove PCL CY (Yr I)

Sutton has won all 3 starts that he has made for the Beavers.

In Years I and II, we whooped up on Nackley, but he is 2-0 against this year, giving us only 3 runs in 17 IP.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: CF Jeff Schottler (26-R .308-299-6-37-.801)
2: SS Dave Lesley (28-R .300-263-2-26-.754)
3: RF Woody Griesbach (25-R .300-213-5-29-.803)
4: 2B Pablo Mateo (25-R .253-186-6-24-.721) Silver Slugger Gold Glove
5: 1B Damien Carr (29-L .289-135-4-21-.821) 2 time All-Star
6: LF Tony Casarez (21-L .298-289-12-50-.845)
7: C Phil Parker (29-S .265-132-3-19-.728)
8: 3B Larry Sinchak (32-R .214-84-0-6-.497)
9: P Dave Sutton (24-L .125-8-0-0-.375) Rookie

SAN DIEGO
1: CF Hal Baumgardner (28-R .239-243-2-24-.638) All-Star
2: RF Butch Nelson (27-R .222-27-1-3-.620)
3: 2B Roger Rojas (26-R .321-302-9-59-.900)
4: 1B Ernesto Najarro (24-L .296-251-8-44-.785)
5: 3B Mike Fahy (32-L .292-305-7-44-.761) All-Star (Yr I)
6: C Harold McMillan (33-R .225-151-2-11-.615)
7: LF Tom Borden (31-L .206-131-2-14-.651) Ex-Beaver
8: SS Frank Birch (34-L .277-220-0-28-.669)
9: P Mike Nackley (28-L .136-44-0-2-.315) 2 time All-Star Gold Glove PCL CY (Yr I)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Jack Murphy Stadium
Weather: 62 F, Partly Cloudy, with a 13 MPH wind blowing out to right.
Attendance: 29,307

Top of the First:
Jeff Schottler strikes out looking... Dave Lesley strikes out swinging on 3 pitches... Woody Griesbach swings at the first pitch and hits a home run to left center! 1 to 0, Beavers! Pablo Mateo grounds out to 2nd.

Bottom of the First:
Hal Baumgardner grounds out to 2nd. Butch Nelson takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Roger Rojas grounds a hit to center. They try for a double steal and C Phil Parker throws the ball into left field and Nelson scores and Rojas is on 3rd... Tie game: 1 to 1. A passed ball scores Rojas... 2 to 1, Padres. Parker is in there for his defense, believe it or not... Ernesto Najarro swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 2nd. 2 outs. Mike Fahy hits a home run to right... 3 to 1, Padres. Harold McMillan grounds out to 1st, 3-1.

Bottom of the Second:

Tom Borden swings at a 3-2 pitch and doubles down the left field line. Frank Bitch swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left and Borden scores without a throw... 4 to 1, Padres. The Bullpen is loosening... P Mike Nackley bunts the runner over. Hal Baumgardner lines out to deep right. 2 outs. Butch Nelson doubles down the right field line and Birch scores... 5 to 1, Padres. Call to the Bullpen: Mitch Dowdell (26-L). Dennis Webb is in to catch in a double switch. Roger Rojas strikes out.

Top of the Third:
With 1 out, Dennis Webb triples to right center. Jeff Schottler strikes out looking... Dave Lesley grounds a hit to left and Webb scores. 5 to 2, Padres. Woody Griesbach grounds out to 3rd.

Top of the Sixth:
With 1 out, Pablo Mateo beats out an infield hit. Damien Carr grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and Mateo goes to 2nd. Tony Casarez grounds a hit to center and Mateo beats the throw home. 5 to 3, Padres. PH Tim Segal (38-R) pops out to short.

Top of the Seventh:
With 2 outs, Jeff Schottler grounds a hit to center. He goes to 2nd when P Mike Nackley makes a bad throw on a pickoff attempt. Dave Lesley hits a home run to right center to tie the game at 5 all!! That does it for P Mike Nackley. New Pitcher: Emerson Wright (23-R), rookie with a 1.29 ERA in 7 IP with 7 SO. Woody Griesbach flies out to center.

Top of the Eighth:
Pablo Mateo lines a hit to center and then Damian Carr doubles to center. They bring the infield in, but that does not stop Tony Casarez from beating out an infield hit! Mateo scores and Carr goes to 3rd! 6 to 5, Beavers! PH Omar Flores (22-L) swings at the first pitch and lines a hit to right and Carr scores! 7 to 5, Beavers! PH Gordon Saunderson (28-L) strikes out. Dennis Webb grounds out to short and the runners move up. 2 outs. Jeff Schottler draws a walk to load them up. Dave Lesley grounds out to short.

Top of the Ninth:

Woody Griesbach leads off with a home run down the left field line! 8 to 5, Beavers. His second home run today! Pablo Mateo takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. That finally does it for P Emerson Wright. New Pitcher: John King (28-L) with a 3.29 ERA in 41 IP. Damien Carr strikes out. King tries to pick off Mateo and throws the ball away and Mateo goes to 2nd. Tony Casarez strikes out. Omar Flores grounds out to 1st, unassisted.

Won - 8 to 5

We had 13 hits and made 3 errors
San Diego had 8 hits and made 2 errors

Dave Sutton went 1.2 innings, allowed 5 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk and struck out no one.
LHP Mitch Dowdell went 3.1 scoreless innings, allowed 2 hits, 1 walk and struck out 3.
LHP Dave Perez (W 3-1) went 2 perfect innings and struck out 1.
RHP Ernie Auel (SV 5) went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 1. He threw a WP.

Mike Nackley went 6.2 innings, gave us 5 runs, 8 hits, 2 home runs, 2 walks and struck out 5.
RHP Emerson Wright (L 0-1) went 1.1 innings, gave us 3 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 1.

SS Dave Lesley had 2 hits with his 3rd home run of the season and had 3 RBI. RF Woody Griesbach hit 2 home runs, giving him 7 on the season. 2B Pablo Mateo had 2 hits and 2 walks and scored 2 runs. 1B Damien Carr hit a double and scored a run. LF Tony Casarez had 2 hits, drew a walk and had 2 RBI. PH/3B Omar Flores had a hit and an RBI. C Dennis Webb had 2 hits with a triple and scored a run.
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Monthly Awards for June, Year III

NL Player of the Month: Conrad Morris, 1b, Chicago (28-L) .352/.423/.741 108 AB, 12 2B, 0 3B, 10 HR, 14 BB, 25 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 32 RBI in 28 G (2nd straight PoM)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Sam Bradford, rhp, St. Louis (27-R) 4-0 2.23 ERA 6 GS, 40.1 IP, 29 H, 1 HR, 11 BB, 27 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Sam Bradford, rhp, St. Louis

PCL Player of the Month: Edwin Juan, 2b, Dallas (26-R) .421/.468/.632 114 AB, 15 2b, 0 3b, 3 HR, 11 BB, 9 SO, 7 SB, 7 CS, 21 R, 22 RBI in 30 G (29 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Angel Gaspar, rhp, Portland (24-R) 5-0 1.44 ERA 6 GS, 50 IP, 32 H, 4 HR, 16 BB, 40 SO (2nd career PoM)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Hank Anderson, c, Dallas (24-L) .325/.361/.455 77 AB, 4 2B, 0 3B, 2 HR, 4 BB, 16 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 14 R, 12 RBI in 23 G (19 GS) (2nd RoM)

Monthly Awards for May, Year III

NL Player of the Month: Conrad Morris, 1b, Chicago (28-L) .346/.420/.663 104 AB, 4 2B, 1 3B, 9 HR, 13 BB, 18 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 30 RBI in 27 G
NL Pitcher of the Month: Ken Overly, rhp, Baltimore (36-R) 2-1 2.08 ERA 9 SV 16 G, 17.1 IP, 14 H, 0 HR, 8 BB, 10 SO (ho hum)
NL Rookie of the Month: Clay Stasik, 1b, Philadelphia (28-R) .262/.394/.345 84 AB, 4 2B, 0 3B, 1 HR, 18 BB, 17 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 12 R, 8 RBI in 26 G (24 GS)

PCL Player of the Month: Roger Rojas, 2b, San Diego (26-R) .361/.448/.574 108 AB, 7 2b, 2 3b, 4 HR, 15 BB, 14 SO, 8 SB, 5 CS, 17 R, 26 RBI in 26 G
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Rich Morquecho, lhp, Oakland (31-L) 4-0 0.73 ERA 6 GS, 49.1 IP, 27 H, 3 HR, 12 BB, 20 SO
PCL Rookie of the Month: Herb Leavitt, c, Seattle (25-R) .322/.408/.424 59 AB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 1 HR, 10 BB, 12 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 9 R, 6 RBI in 20 G (19 GS)

Monthly Awards for April, Year III


NL Player of the Month: Nobuhiko Matsuda, rf, St. Louis (24-L) .492/.569/.705 61 AB, 4 2B, 0 3B, 3 HR, 10 BB, 5 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 12 R, 12 RBI in 19 G (16 GS)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Andy Fowler, rhp, Cincinnati (34-R) 5-0 1.14 ERA 5 GS, 39.1 IP, 37 H, 3 HR, 8 BB, 24 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Darrel Gray, 1b, Cincinnati (29-R) .311/.392/.644 45 AB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 4 HR, 5 BB, 6 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 8 R, 8 RBI in 13 G (12 GS)

PCL Player of the Month: Alejandro Prieto, ss, Kansas City (28-S). 365/.432/.682 85 AB, 4 2b, 1 3b, 7 HR, 10 BB, 10 SO, 19 SB, 2 CS, 23 R, 14 RBI in 23 G (20 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Danny Adame, rhp, Los Angeles (32-R) 5-0 2.27 ERA 5 GS, 39.2 IP, 43 H, 2 HR, 3 BB, 22 SO
PCL Rookie of the Month: Hank Anderson, c, Dallas (24-L) .293/.305/.379 58 AB, 2 2B, 0 3B, 1 HR, 1 BB, 14 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 6 R, 9 RBI in 15 G (14 GS)

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Editor's Note: We waited one day before posting the stats so that they would reflect the complete first half (81 games).
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Wednesday, July 2, Year III

Portland Beavers (55-26 .679 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Diego Padres (44-33 .571 9 GB in 3rd place in the PCL West)

POR: Angel Gaspar (24-R 8-2 1.92) vs. SD: Jim Stroughter (33-R 2-6 5.42)

Gaspar has had 5 straight starts of allowing 2 or fewer runs, allowing 5 total runs.

Stroughter won 33 games for the Pirates in Years I and II. We have faced him twice and he pitched well both times, but had no decisions.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 3B Omar Flores (22-L .349-269-2-35-.892)
2: CF Jeff Schottler (26-R .307-303-6-37-.799)
3: RF Woody Griesbach (25-R .303-218-7-31-.831)
4: 1B Damien Carr (29-L .286-140-4-21-.814) 2 time All-Star
5: LF Tony Casarez (21-L .300-293-12-52-.849)
6: 2B Pablo Mateo (25-R .259-189-6-24-.737) Silver Slugger Gold Glove
7: C Dennis Webb (27-L .293-82-0-4-.814)
8: SS Dave Lesley (28-R .302-268-3-29-.766)
9: P Angel Gaspar (24-R .250-44-0-6-.494)

SAN DIEGO
1: CF Hal Baumgardner (28-R .238-248-2-24-.634) All-Star
2: RF Tom Borden (31-L .207-135-2-14-.655)
3: 1B Ernesto Najarro (24-L .294-255-8-44-.781)
4: 2B Roger Rojas (26-R .319-307-9-59-.892)
5: 3B Mike Fahy (32-L .291-309-8-45-.768) All-Star (Yr I)
6: LF Ichiro Kato (32-L .188-48-3-10-.632)
7: C John Pauley (27-R .164-140-0-14-.455)
8: SS Frank Birch (34-L .277-224-0-29-.666)
9: P Jim Stroughter (33-R .250-32-0-4-.544)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Jack Murphy Stadium
Weather: 69 F, Clear Skies, with a 7 MPH wind blowing out to left.
Attendance: 25,492

Top of the First:

Omar Flores lines a hit to right. He steals 2nd. Jeff Schottler grounds out to short. Flores gets caught stealing 3rd. Woody Griesbach grounds out to the pitcher...

Bottom of the First:
Hal Baumgardner pops out to 3rd. Tom Borden grounds out to 1st, unassisted. Ernesto Najarro grounds out to 2nd! 1-2-3!

Top of the Second:
With 1 out, Tony Casarez swings at the first pitch and beats out an infield hit. Pablo Mateo doubles down the left field line and Casarez scores from 1st! 1 to 0, Beavers! The next two make outs, though.

Bottom of the Third:

With 1 out, Tom Borden, the ex-Beaver who cannot hit a lick, triples to right... Ernesto Najarro lines a hit to center and Borden scores to tie the game at 1 all.

Bottom of the Fifth:
Hal Baumgardner leads off with a hit and then Tom Borden doubles to center and Baumgardner scores... 2 to 1, Padres. Ernesto Najarro flies out to right and Borden tags up and beats the throw to 3rd. Roger Rojas loops their 9th hit of the game to left and Borden scores... 3 to 1, Padres. The Bullpen is up. Mike Fahy hits a home run to left center.... 5 to 1, Padres.

Bottom of the Sixth:
New Pitcher: Dave Perez (25-L). Frank Birch takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4... P Jim Stroughter bunts him to 2nd. Hal Baumgardner grounds a hit to center and Birch stops at 3rd. Tom Borden grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4, and Birch scores. 6 to 1, Padres.

Top of the Seventh:
With 1 out, Pablo Mateo lines a hit to right. Dennis Webb grounds a double over the 1st base bag. Dave Lesley grounds a hit to left and both runners score! 6 to 3, Padres. PH Gordon Saunderson (28-L) grounds a hit to center and Lesley beats the throw to 3rd. Omar Flores draws a walk to load the bases up with 1 out. Jeff Schottler grounds into a force at home, 6-2. Woody Griesbach strikes out looking....

Lost - 6 to 3

We had 7 hits and made no errors
San Diego had 13 hits and made 1 error

Angel Gaspar (L 8-3) went 5 innings, allowed 5 runs, 10 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks and struck out 3. He threw a WP.
LHP Dave Perez went 1 inning, allowed 1 run, 2 hits and 1 walk.
RHP Don Schmidt went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 1 hit, 1 walk and struck out 2.

Jim Stroughter (W 3-6) went 8 innings, gave us 3 runs, 7 hits, 3 walks and struck out 4.
Dale Bradley (SV 12) pitched a perfect 9th with 1 strikeout.

LF Tony Casarez had a hit and 2 walks and scored a run. 2B Pablo Mateo had 2 hits with a double, scored a run and had an RBI. C Dennis Webb hit a double and scored a run. SS Dave Lesley had a hit and 2 RBI. PH Gordon Saunderson had a hit.

For the Padres, LF Ichiro Kato had 3 hits.
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Friday, July 4, Year III

Independence Day!

We are in San Francisco to play 4 games in 3 days over the weekend. They were just swept in 3 games here by Seattle and have lost 7 in a row. We are 9-1 so far against them this season and swept them in 3 games the first time we were in Candlestick Park, the opening series of the season, April 8-10. The Seals are 12th (last) in scoring in the PCL with 3.65 runs per game (Portland is #3 with 4.66). They are 8th in fewest runs allowed with 4.58 per game (Portland is #1 with 3.24). We have allowed over 50 runs fewer than anyone else. Scoring is way up this year in the PCL (NL, too). We are the only team with an ERA under 3.50 and ours is 2.79. The Seals finished 2nd to us in both Year I and Year II. They won 91 games last year, but have the worst record in Baseball right now.

Portland Beavers (55-27 .671 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Francisco Seals (30-51 .370 24.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Don Panighetti (27-L 8-2 2.48) 2 time All-Star vs. SF: Lee Redden (30-R 4-4 4.17)

Panighetti had not allowed more than 2 runs in any of his last 4 starts. He's 3-0 in those games.

We beat Redden the only time we faced him this season, scoring 4 runs in 7 innings.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 3B Omar Flores (22-L .349-272-2-35-.891)
2: CF Jeff Schottler (26-R .303-307-6-37-.789)
3: RF Woody Griesbach (25-R .297-222-7-31-.816)
4: LF Tony Casarez (21-L .302-295-12-52-.854)
5: 2B Pablo Mateo (25-R .266-192-6-25-.751) Silver Slugger Gold Glove
6: 1B Dave Lesley (28-R .301-272-3-31-.762)
7: SS Eddie Thomas (27-R .245-102-3-17-.781) Gold Glove (Yr I)
8: C Dennis Webb (27-L .291-86-0-4-.811)
9: P Don Panighetti (27-R .139-36-0-3-.302) 2 time All-Star

SAN FRANCISCO
1: CF Dan Fortino (26-R .359-312-8-32-.902)
2: LF Gary Halbert (30-R .270-204-3-13-.713)
3: 1B Chris Greenwald (30-S .233-292-8-38-.655) All-Star
4: 3B Tim Roberts (30-R .248-286-8-40-.686)
5: RF Ron Chestnut (32-L .253-257-4-36-.724)
6: 2B Clint Graham (30-R .190-79-1-12-.545)
7: SS Bill Giffin (25-S .205-195-1-15-.503)
8: C Felix Vargas (30-S .163-98-1-10-.444)
9: P Lee Redden (30-R .107-28-0-2-.281)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Candlestick Park
Weather: 57 F, Clear Skies, with a 10 MPH wind blowing right to left.
Attendance: 26,671

Top of the First:
Omar Flores grounds out to 3rd. Jeff Schottler beats out an infield hit. He tries to steal, but they have a pitchout on and he is out. Woody Griesbach swings at a 3-2 pitch and pops out to shallow right.

Bottom of the First:

Dan Fortino flies out to center. Gary Halbert pops out to short. Chris Greenwald strikes out! 1-2-3!

Bottom of the Second:

With 1 out, Ron Chestnut doubles to left center. With 2 outs, Bill Giffin, grounds a hit to left and Chestnut scores. 1 to 0, Seals. Giffin tries to steal, but C Dennis Webb throws him out!

Top of the Third:
With 1 out, P Don Panighetti swings at the first pitch and grounds a hit to left. Omar Flores gets plunked. Jeff Schottler skies one to right, but Ron Chestnut drops the ball for a 2 base error and Panighetti scores to tie the game at 1 all! Woody Griesbach takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 to load the bases up with 1 out. Tony Casarez doubles down the right field line and two runs score! 3 to 1, Beavers! Pablo Mateo grounds out to short and Griesbach scores. 4 to 1, Beavers. Dave Lesley flies out to right.

Bottom of the Fourth:

With 1 out, Chris Greenwald doubles to left and then a wild pitch sends him to 3rd. Tim Roberts lines out to right and Woody Griesbach throws to 3rd to double off Greenwald!!

Bottom of the Eighth:
Bill Giffin swings at a 3-2 pitch and doubles to left. The Bullpen is ready. With 1 out, PH Sandy Mojica (26-R) doubles to left center and Giffin scores. 4 to 2, Beavers. Call to the Bullpen: Ernie Auel (29-R). Dan Fortino swings at the first pitch and grounds out to 3rd. Gary Halbert grounds out to 3rd!

Bottom of the Ninth:
Chris Greenwald leads off with a double to left center. Tim Roberts swings at the first pitch and grounds out to 3rd. Ron Chestnut swings at the first pitch and flies out to the wall in right and Greenwald trots to 3rd. PH Dave DiMeglio (30-L) grounds out 1st, unassisted, and THIS Ball Game Belongs to the Beavers!

Won - 4 to 2

We had 5 whole hits and made no errors
San Francisco had 8 hits and made 1 error

Don Panighetti (W 9-2) went 7.1 innings, allowed 2 runs, 7 hits, no walks and struck out 1. He threw a WP. At bat, he had a hit and scored a run. He is not striking anyone out anymore, but as long as he keeps winning, I guess we should be happy (but we are not).
RHP Ernie Auel (SV 6) went 1.2 scoreless innings and allowed 1 hit.

Lee Redden (L 4-5) went 6 innings, gave us 4 runs (2 earned), 4 hits, 1 walk, 1 HB and struck out 3.

LF Tony Casarez hit a double and had 2 RBI. 2B Pablo Mateo hit a double and had an RBI.

For the Seals, 1B Chris Greenwald had 3 hits with 2 doubles, but no runs or RBI.
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Saturday, July 5, Year III

Portland Beavers (56-27 .675 in 1st place in the PCL West) at
San Francisco Seals (30-52 .366 25.5 GB in 6th (last) place in the PCL West)

POR: Tom Wagner (35-L 6-2 2.29) All-Star (Yr I) vs. SF: A.J. Yates (27-R 4-7 3.63)

Panighetti had not allowed more than 2 runs in any of his last 4 starts. He's 3-0 in those games.

Yates is their #1 with Bill Dixon hurt. He is 1-0 against us in 2 starts and pitched better in the no decision than the win.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: 3B Omar Flores (22-L .345-275-2-35-.884)
2: CF Jeff Schottler (26-R .302-311-6-37-.786)
3: RF Woody Griesbach (25-R .293-225-7-31-.809)
4: 1B Damien Carr (29-L .278-144-4-21-.793) 2 time All-Star
5: LF Tony Casarez (21-L .301-299-12-54-.853)
6: SS Dave Lesley (28-R .297-276-3-31-.751)
7: 2B Pete Frey (24-L .286-7-0-3-.762) 1st Major League start
8: C Dennis Webb (27-L .292-89-0-4-.807)
9: P Tom Wagner (35-L .238-21-0-6-.571) All-Star (Yr I)

SAN FRANCISCO
1: CF Dan Fortino (26-R .354-316-8-32-.891)
2: LF Gary Halbert (30-R .264-208-3-13-.700)
3: 1B Chris Greenwald (30-S .240-296-8-38-.672) All-Star
4: 3B Tim Roberts (30-R .245-290-8-40-.676)
5: RF Ron Chestnut (32-L .253-261-4-36-.725)
6: 2B Clint Graham (30-R .183-82-1-12-.527)
7: SS Bill Giffin (25-S .212-198-1-16-.520)
8: C Chip Carpenter (30-R .184-179-2-19-.526)
9: P A.J. Yates (27-R .091-33-0-0-.209)

Game Start: 2:05 PM
Ballpark: Candlestick Park
Weather: 74 F, Clear Skies, with a 10 MPH wind blowing right to left.
Attendance: 27,891

Top of the First:

Omar Flores lines out to deep center. Jeff Schottler swings at a 3-2 pitch and triples to right center. Woody Griesbach flies out to deep center and Schottler trots home. 1 to 0, Beavers! Damien Carr grounds out to 1st, 3-1.

Bottom of the First:

Dan Fortino grounds out to short. Gary Halbert lines a hit to center. Chris Greenwald doubles down the left field line... Tim Roberts grounds out to 1st, unassisted, and the runners hold. 2 outs. Ron Chestnut grounds a hit to right and both runners score... 2 to 1, Seals. Clint Graham grounds out to the pitcher.

Top of the Third:
Dennis Webb leads off with a double to right center. He now has 9 doubles and 3 triples in 90 AB. P Tom Wagner bunts him to 3rd. Omar Flores lines a hit to center and Webb scores to tie the game at 2 all! Flores steals 2nd. Jeff Schottler loops a hit into left and Flores beats the throw home! 3 to 2, Beavers! Woody Griesbach grounds into a force at 2nd, 6-4. 2 outs. Damien Carr beats out an infield hit. Tony Casarez swings at the first pitch and hits a home run to right!!! 3 runs! 6 to 2, Beavers!

Bottom of the Third:
With 1 out, Gary Halbert lines a hit to center. Chris Greenwald grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6. Tim Roberts doubles down the right field line and Greenwald scores from 1st without a throw. 6 to 3, Beavers. Ron Chestnut grounds a hit to left and Roberts scores without a throw... 6 to 4, Beavers. The knuckler is not dancing today....

Top of the Fourth:
New Pitcher: Ray Studer (29-R) with a 5.30 ERA in 37.1 IP. With 1 out, Dennis Webb singles to right and makes 2nd when Ron Chestnut overruns the ball for an error. P Tom Wagner doubles to right and Webb scores! 7 to 4, Beavers! Omar Flores strikes out looking on 3 pitches... Jeff Schottler swings at a 3-2 pitch and lines a hit to left and Wagner scores without a throw! 8 to 4, Beavers!

Top of the Ninth:
On the Hill: Gus Hanauer (30-R), beginning his second inning of work. With 2 outs, Woody Griesbach draws a 4 pitch walk. Damien Carr lines a hit to left. Tony Casarez reaches base when 1B Chris Greenwald boots his ground ball and the bases are loaded with 2 outs for SS Eddie Thomas (27-R). He beats out an infield hit and Griesbach scores! 9 to 4, Beavers! Pete Frey swings at a 3-2 pitch and lines a hit to left center and 2 runs score! 11 to 4, Beavers! Dennis Webb swings at the first pitch and grounds out to short.

Won - 11 to 4

We had 15 hits and made 1 error
San Francisco had 7 hits and made 2 errors

Tom Wagner (W 7-2) went 9 innings (CG), allowed 4 runs, 7 hits, 1 walk, 1 HB and struck out no one. 106 pitches. At bat, he had 2 hits with a double, scored a run and had an RBI.

A.J. Yates (L 4-8) went 3 innings, gave us 6 runs, 6 hits, 1 home run, no walks and struck out no one.

3B Omar Flores had 2 hits, stole a base, scored a run and had an RBI. CF Jeff Schottler had 3 hits with a triple, scored a run and had 2 RBI. RF Woody Griesbach had a hit and a walk, stole a base, scored 2 runs and had an RBI. 1B Damien Carr had 2 hits and scored 2 runs. LF Tony Casarez hit his 13th home run of the season, scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI. SS Eddie Thomas had a hit in his only AB and had an RBI. 2B Pete Frey, in his first Major League start had a hit and 2 RBI. C Dennis Webb had 2 hits with a double and scored 2 runs.

For the Seals, RF Ron Chestnut had 2 hits and 3 RBI.
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Gaspar has had 5 straight starts of allowing 2 or fewer runs, allowing 5 total runs.
Now you see, here's where you went wrong. By inciting the baseball sim gods' spiteful wrath they bestowed poor stuff and static movement upon dearest Gaspar.

I did the same - won 21-2 and expressed happiness. Lost five games on the bounce.

All jokes aside, you're at a .675 at the halfway point in the season. If Flores isn't an All-Star after starring on a team with those numbers, there's no justice in this world.
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All jokes aside, you're at a .675 at the halfway point in the season. If Flores isn't an All-Star after starring on a team with those numbers, there's no justice in this world.
Yep, we are at .675....

Most people would be happy about that, wouldn't they?
But me, it just makes me want to ditch the whole thing and start over....

If we had spent years struggling and then busted through with this great team, it would be cool as can be....
But we won 95 games in our first season after taking over a team that lost 95 games....
Won 100+ games the next year and on our way to 110 wins this year....

And this team is very young and will be very good for years....

Plus, there are other decisions I made in creating this League that I regret....

Scouts and big minor league systems are the main thing....

Sooooo.....

I am rebooting with a new concept.....

Sorry....
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Hahahaha. Understandable though. Westheim seems to have gotten the balance righ t - I wonder quite frequently how he's gone so long and each season still feels so... hard. You know, unless there are good years, but there's always a downturn after those.
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I am - as always - sad to see this one go. I am also surprised to be held up as a positive example which rarely happens to me. I tell you, there are boons to being the third- or fourth-worst OOTP player in history.

I know exactly what keeps the Coons from taking off into the stratosphere on a consistent basis. Rapid, ruthless roster reboots keep great teams great. Me however I clung onto Mark Roberts, Rafael Gomez, Abel Mora, and the rest of the bunch, and rode them right into the abyss. And, well, Matt Nunley has been the third baseman since before fire was first invented with decent-to-good results, but oh how high the ceiling would have been at third base in the last almost 20 years...

I remember Orcin's great tales and how he would win a pennant or come up just short, and then traded two stars for elite prospects that kept the whole machine running. Rapid, ruthless roster reboots. It tore my heart out. I can't do it. Saito, Toner, Brownie, Cookie, Hall, Reece, and countless others could have been traded for great benefits while they were still productive. All retired either as lame duck Coons or left as old free agents with no compensation attached.

So my recommendation to Questdog would be to play dumb and emotional and make stupid moves or no moves at all! Ask yourself what I would do, and we should have a perennial loser in no time!

Also, no trades before July of the first season after taking over a terrible team.
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I am also sad to see this dynasty go, but I'm excited to see what you come up with next!
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I like this setup, so I am going to reuse it, but fast forward 50 or so years into the future. It kinda bothered me that we relocated two of the stalwart franchises of the PCL to make 6 team divisions. So some time in the 50 years, the Majors have expanded by 8 more teams to allow us to add back in the Sacramento Solons and Hollywood Stars and have 8 team divisions.

Toronto and Montreal will be added to the NL East.
Atlanta and Miami to the NL West (They are both west of any team in the East and west of Pittsburgh, too).
San Antonio and Salt Lake City to the PCL East.
Salt Lake City was chosen over maybe more attractive MLB cities because it was a member of the PCL from 1915-1925. It was an ancestor of the PCL San Diego Padres.
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I get it as to why your doing a reset, but I enjoyed it and am sad to see it go. Will look forward to the next iteration as I’m an old PCL guy as well.
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