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Old 10-04-2014, 01:54 PM   #1
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1871-2035

Simulated the history of the MLB...ask about anything!
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Old 10-04-2014, 06:36 PM   #2
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Old 10-06-2014, 11:49 AM   #3
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Did Babe Ruth stay a pitcher for his entire career?

Did you sit out the War Vets (Bob Feller, Ted Williams, etc) during WWII and the Korean Conflict?

Who is in top Three (3) for Career stats for the following:
Wins
Losses
Strikeouts
Walks
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Who is in top Three (3) for a Season stats for the following:
Wins
Losses
Strikeouts
Walks
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Old 10-06-2014, 02:44 PM   #4
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Did Babe Ruth stay a pitcher for his entire career?

Did you sit out the War Vets (Bob Feller, Ted Williams, etc) during WWII and the Korean Conflict?

Who is in top Three (3) for Career stats for the following:
Wins
Losses
Strikeouts
Walks
Saves

Who is in top Three (3) for a Season stats for the following:
Wins
Losses
Strikeouts
Walks
Saves

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Babe Ruth was not a Pitcher his whole career hitting 746 Home runs

The War Vets were not sat out
Career Wins
1. Sandy Koufax 389
2. Steve Carlton 383
3. Cy Young 383

Career Losses
1. Early Wynn 349
2. Charlie Ferguson 344
3. Jocko Flynn 286

Career Strikeouts
1. Nolan Ryan 5218
2. Randy Johnson 5160
3. Sandy Koufax 5144

Career Walks
Not sure if you meant hitting or pitching, assumed you meant pitching but I can't find the list of leaders

Career Saves
1. Chad Brock 562 (fictional player still only 35 and active)
2. Mariano Rivera 501
3. Trevor Rosenthal 469
4. If you wanted a third active player it's Trevor Hoffman 468

Season Wins
1. Tim Keefe 44
2. John Clarkson 41
3. Tom Lee 40

Season Losses
1. Henry Porter 43
2. Hardie Henderson 41
3. Mike Golden 40

Season Strikeouts
1. Toad Ramsey 467
2. Roscoe Brackett 367 (fictional player)
3. Bill J Sweeney 366
4. 3rd real player Bill J Sweeney again with 365

Season Walks
Same as above

Season Saves
1. Pablo Lopez 53 (fictional)
2. B J Ryan 53
3. Justin De Fratus 51
4. (3rd real player)Bruce Rondon and Dennis Price (fictional) with 49

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Old 10-06-2014, 04:39 PM   #5
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Chase utley, hunter pence, pete rose, roy halladay, cliff lee, and ryan howard
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Chase utley, hunter pence, pete rose, roy halladay, cliff lee, and ryan howard
Chase Utley- Played 14 seasons with the White Sox, Padres, Blue Jays, and Angels Compiling 1973 hits and 301 home runs with a .293 lifetime average, winning 2 gold gloves and being selected to 3 all star games

Hunter Pence- Played 13 seasons with the Nationals, Mariners, Angels, Orioles, Tigers, Brewers, Rays, and Padres compiling 1951 hits, 283 home runs and a .278 batting average and came in second place for 2007 rookie of the year

Pete Rose- played 23 seasons with the Mets, Phillies, Angels, White Sox, Cubs, Reds, Orioles, Red Sox, Blue Jays, Cardinals, Dodgers, and Athletics compiling 2977 hits and a .277 lifetime average and was a 2 time all-star

Roy Halladay- played 16 seasons with the Rockies and Padres going 237-123 with a 3.50 ERA and 2698 strikeouts and was a 6 time all star selection and was nominated to the Hall of Fame in 2019

Cliff Lee- played 16 seasons with the Dodgers, Athletics, Nationals, and Mariners going 171-102 with a 3.16 ERA and 2409 strikeouts and also was a 5 time all-star selection and won 1 Sandy Koufax (Cy Young) award

Ryan Howard- played 15 seasons with the Brewers, Phillies, Rockies, and Athletics hitting 334 home runs winning 1 gold glove and was a 1 time all-star selection
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Hank Aaron- Played 24 seasons with the Braves, Yankees, Reds, and Giants compiling 3351 hits and 640 home runs with a lifetime .288 average, was a 2 time Babe Ruth (best batter) award winner, 4 time Gold Glove, and 13 time all-star selection and elected into HOF in 1982

Dale Murphy- played 17 seasons with the Cardinals, Yankees, Braves, Orioles, Padres, and Dodgers compiling 2017 hits and 334 home runs and was a 2 time all-star selection

Mickey Mantle- played 26 seasons with the Senators(Twins) and the Twins after relocation compiling 3051 hits 652 home runs and a lifetime .305 batting average won 3 gloves 8 Babe Ruth Awards (best batter) and was a 16 time all-star selection, he was elected into the HOF in 1981
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How about Bruce Benedict? He doesn't usually fare well in OOTP, but he was a memorable Braves player from my youth.
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How did Bobby and Barry Bonds do? And Griffeys Sr. and Jr?
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How did Bobby and Barry Bonds do? And Griffeys Sr. and Jr?
I would show how they did but a while ago OOTP magically deleted the replay
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