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Old 08-24-2018, 09:51 PM   #1
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Major League Madness of Sports

I'm going to run a Mixed Fictional-Historical League which will focus on Baseball and Football, So here's what were going to use

Baseball - Using OOTP19 starting in 1901 with Fictional Players mixed in Real Players from that Year however OOTP will generate fictional players into the Draft Class followed Real Players into the draft class annually but there will be more surprises when we get there.

Football - Beginning in 1960, Using Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 18 (from Wolverine Studios) however I'm expecting to add Real CFL, USFL & WFL Players as the years go by along with the NFL Players with even more surprises so I'm going to start with a 24 Team League beginning in that year and expand as we move forward.

However we can do it like a Sports Almanac of Something, So we could make it historically accurate as planned.
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The Year is 1901: Major League Baseball is now formed the Original 16 Teams competing in the leagues inaugural season.

American League
Baltimore Orioles
Boston Americans
Buffalo Bisons
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland Spiders
Detroit Wolverines
New York Highlanders
Washington Senators

National League
Brooklyn Superbas
Chicago Orphans
Cincinnati Reds
Milwaukee Brewers
New York Giants
Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates
St. Louis Cardinals

There will be a 10-Round Amateur Draft which will take place in June, 154 Game Schedule will be used and at the end of the season the team with the worst record will take one MLB Player via Time Portal and draft as the top pick in the Following Season's Amateur Draft.
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LOOKING BACK AT 1901

The Final Standings
AL: Chicago (90-64), New York (82-72), Boston (79-75), Cleveland (79-75), Buffalo (73-81), Washington (72-82), Baltimore (71-83), Detroit (70-84)
NL: Philadelphia (102-52), Chicago (92-62), Pittsburgh (79-75), Cincinnati (72-82), New York (70-84), Brooklyn (70-84), St. Louis (68-86), Milwaukee (63-91)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (PIT) .412
Home Runs - Sam Crawford (CIN) 21
RBI - Nap Lajoie (PIT) 126
Stolen Bases - Jonathan Blankenship (CLE) 95
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (PIT) 1.036
Batter WAR - Nap Lajoie (PIT) 9.9
ERA - Doc White (BAL) 2.15
Wins - Jesse Tannehill (PHI) 31
Strikeouts - Noodles Hahn (CHO) 278
Pitcher WAR - Noodles Hahn (CHO) 10.7
Saves - Sergio Villarreal (BUF) & Li Sellick (CIN) 6

PLAYOFFS (Note: Top 2 Teams in Each League qualify for the LCS)
ALCS: Chicago def. New York 4-3
NLCS: Philadelphia def. Chicago 4-2
WS: Chicago WS def. Philadelphia 4-1
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Old 08-24-2018, 10:55 PM   #4
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LOOKING BACK AT 1902

Offseason Changes: Active Roster Size now changes to 24 Players
However the 1902 Draft took place despite of bringing the Flux Capacitor that will allow travel thanks to Emmett Brown: The Milwaukee Brewers got their 1st pick by drafting Robin Yount (CF) from 1972.

THE FINAL STANDINGS
AL: Washington (94-60), Buffalo (86-68), New York (84-70), Cleveland (80-74), Chicago (71-83), Baltimore (69-85), Detroit (67-87), Boston (65-89)
NL: Chicago (95-59), New York (82-72), Milwaukee (79-75), Philadelphia (77-77), Brooklyn (75-79), Pittsburgh (72-82), St. Louis (72-82), Cincinnati (64-90)

LEAGUE LEADERS
Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .377
Home Runs - George Davis (CIN) 13
RBI - Honus Wagner (CLE) 87
Stolen Bases - Jonathan Blankenship (CLE) 78
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .882
Batter WAR - Jesus Gomez (CHO) 6.5
ERA - Jesse Tannehill (CHO) 1.26
Wins - Jesse Tannehill (CHO) 28
Strikeouts - Noodles Hahn (MIL) 243
Pitcher WAR - Noodles Hahn (MIL) 10.0
Saves - Jamie Van Meter (BAL) 8

PLAYOFFS

ALCS: Washington def. Buffalo 4-1
NLCS: Chicago def. New York 4-1
WS: Washington def. Chicago 4-2
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Old 08-24-2018, 11:28 PM   #5
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LOOKING BACK AT 1903

BEFORE THE SEASON

Major League Baseball will now create a new minor league made up of 16 teams in 2 leagues (each league will have 8 teams)

American Association: Kansas City Cowboys (BUF), Indianapolis Indians (CLE), Louisville Colonels (CIN), St. Paul Apostles (NYG), Toledo Mud Hens (STL), Minneapolis Millers (BAL), Charleston Senators (WAS), Columbus Buckeyes (BRO)
International League: Montreal Royals (PIT), Providence Grays (BOS), Newark Sailors (CHW), Toronto Maple Leafs (NYH), Rochester Bronchos (MIL), Worcester Hustlers (CHO), Richmond Virginians (PHI), Jersey City Skeeters (DET)

The League will be placed at Triple-A Level and will run 144 Games followed by the League Championship Series and the Junior World Series to decide who wins the Triple-A National Title.

As for the Draft: The Cincinnati Reds decided to draft Johnny Bench (C) from 1963 as the #1 Pick

THE FINAL STANDINGS
AL: New York (86-68), Washington (83-71), Buffalo (81-73), Boston (76-78), Cleveland (76-78), Detroit (73-81), Baltimore (72-82), Chicago (69-85)
NL: Chicago (99-55), Milwaukee (92-62), Brooklyn (86-68), Philadelphia (77-77), New York (74-80), St. Louis (72-82), Pittsburgh (59-95), Cincinnati (57-97)
Note: Despite Cincinnati getting to draft one player from the real world to 1903, The Second Worst-Record of 1903 in all teams went to Pittsburgh they will time warp by taking one player to 1903 as well.

LEAGUE LEADERRS
Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .402
Home Runs - Pop Foster (MIL) 17
RBI - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 113
Stolen Bases - Davy Jones (NYG) 71
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .989
Batter WAR - Nap Lajoie (BRO)
ERA - Christy Mathewson (WAS) 1.44
Wins - Christy Mathewson (WAS) 28
Strikeouts - Claude Elliott (CLE) 298
Pitcher WAR - Noodles Hahn (MIL) 11.7
Saves - Vinny Pessotto (BAL) 8

PLAYOFFS
ALCS: Washington def. New York 4-1
NLCS: Chicago def. Milwaukee 4-1
WS: Chicago def. Washington 4-2
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Old 08-24-2018, 11:56 PM   #6
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LOOKING BACK AT 1904

When the MLB Draft took place: Both the Reds and the Pirates had the rely by bringing the Time Machine Bandwagon after falling dead last from last season, The Reds have just chose Joe Morgan (1969 - 2B) while the Pirates chose Willie Stargell (1957 - LF)

FINAL STANDINGS
AL: Washington (94-60), Baltimore (84-70), Boston (82-72), Buffalo (76-78), Cleveland (72-82), Detroit (71-83), New York (70-84), Chicago (67-87)
NL: Brooklyn (95-59), New York (84-70), Milwaukee (80-74), Chicago (74-80), Cincinnati (74-80), St. Louis (73-81), Philadelphia (70-84), Pittsburgh (66-88)
Note: Chicago White Sox & Pittsburgh will draft a player from all-time for the 1905 Draft

LEAGUE LEADERS
Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .337
Home Runs - Joe Marshall (PHI) 15
RBI - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 85
Stolen Bases - Davy Jones (NYG) 57
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .848
Batter WAR - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 6.9
ERA - George Craig (CHO) 1.66
Wins - Christy Mathewson (WAS) & Jack Chesbro (BRO) 25
Strikeouts - Claude Elliott (CLE) 319
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (WAS) 13.6
Saves - Sam McGeorge (CHW) 7

PLAYOFFS
ALCS: Washington def. Baltimore 4-0
NLCS: New York def. Brooklyn 4-3
WS: New York G def. Washington 4-1
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LOOKING BACK AT 1905

The Pittsburgh Pirates and The Chicago White Sox are going to repair the damage, The Pirates got their first pick to get Bill Mazeroski from 1952 while the White Sox decided to stab on "The Big Hurt" Frank Thomas from 1984

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Washington (89-65), Detroit (83-71), Cleveland (80-74), Boston (78-76), Buffalo (78-76), Baltimore (75-79), New York (73-81), Chicago (60-94)
NL: St. Louis (100-54), Philadelphia (84-70), Brooklyn (78-76), Pittsburgh (75-79), Chicago (74-80), Milwaukee (73-81), Cincinnati (71-83), New York (61-93)

LEAGUE LEADERS
Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .371
Home Runs - Mike Grady (CW) 12
RBI - Jim Larson (CLE) 85
Stolen Bases - Art Kruger (BOS) 59
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .879
Batter WAR - Jim Larson (CLE) 8.4
ERA - Rube Waddell (STL) 1.48
Wins - Rube Waddell (STL) 29
Strikeouts - Rube Waddell (STL) 317
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (WAS) 13.6
Saves - Mario Huertas (BAL) 7

PLAYOFFS
ALCS: Washington def. Detroit 4-3
NLCS: Philadelphia def. St. Louis 4-3
WS: Washington def. Philadelphia 4-3
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LOOKING BACK AT 1906

The Chicago White Sox and the New York Giants are ready to re-alter what went wrong Last Season as the White Sox have hired Luke Appling from 1923 while the New York Giants have got Willie Mays from 1947

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Washington (105-49), Cleveland (82-72), Detroit (77-77), New York (72-82), Baltimore (72-82), Buffalo (70-84), Chicago (69-85), Boston (66-88)
NL: Brooklyn (88-66), Milwaukee (80-74), Philadelphia (79-75), Cincinnati (78-76), Pittsburgh (77-77), St. Louis (77-77), New York (69-85), Chicago (68-86)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Mike Donlin (CLE) .349
Home Runs - Socks Seybold (NYH) 13
RBI - Mike Donlin (CLE) 81
Stolen Bases - Sherry Magee (PIT) 54
OBP + Slugging % - Mike Donlin (CLE)
Batter WAR - Johnny Evers (WAS) 8.6
ERA - Al Carson (CIN) 1.37
Wins - Christy Mathewson (WAS) 31
Strikeouts - Claude Ellitot (CLE) 297
Pitcher WAR - Chrity Mathewson (WAS) 12.6
Saves - Arch McCarthy (CIN) & Li Sellick (PHI) 8

PLAYOFFS

ALCS: Washington def. Cleveland 4-2
NLCS: Milwaukee def. Brooklyn 4-1
WS: Milwaukee def. Washington 4-2
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LOOKING BACK AT 1907

Now It's Boston turn with the Top Pick as Roger Clemens (SP - 1978) was chosen as the first pick however here's how the 1907 Season Turned Out in Short

AL: Washington (85-69), Cleveland (83-71), New York (82-72), Baltimore (79-75), Buffalo (76-78), Boston (72-82), Chicago (72-82), Detroit (67-87)
NL: Brooklyn (101-53), Chicago (90-64), Milwaukee (88-66), Philadelphia (75-79), Cincinnati (72-82), St. Louis (68-86), New York (65-89), Pittsburgh (57-97)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Jimmy Williams (BUF) .322
Home Runs - Butch Rementer (CHW) & Harry Lumley (CHO) 6
RBI - Gavvy Cravath (BUF) & Harry Steinfeltdt (WAS) 73
Stolen Bases - Harry Lord (PIT) 50
OBP + Slugging % - Jimmy Williams (BUF) .799
Batter WAR - Robin Yount (MIL) 9.8
ERA - Jesse Tannehill (CHO) 1.46
Wins - Tom Hughes (BRO) 31
Strikeouts - Rube Waddell (BAL) 291
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (WAS) & Noodles Hahn (MIL) 11.1
Saves - Joe Koukalik (PIT) 9

PLAYOFFS

AL: Washington def. Cleveland 4-3
NL: Chicago def. Brooklyn 4-1
WS: Chicago def. Washington 4-1

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1908 SEASON IN REVIEW

However the Pittsburgh Pirates had the Worst Record from Last Season they are going to hire Roberto Clemente (1951) as the Top Draft Choice in the 1908 Draft

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Baltimore (95-59), Detroit (84-70), Cleveland (82-72), Washington (80-74), Chicago (72-82), Buffalo (70-84), New York (69-85), Boston (64-90)
NL: Milwaukee (98-56), Brooklyn (90-64), Chicago (81-73), Cincinnati (78-76), St. Louis (72-82), Philadelphia (70-84), Pittsburgh (64-90), New York (63-91)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .314
Home Runs - Joe Marshall (CLE) 8
RBI - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 72
Stolen Bases - Davy Jones (NYG) 43
OBP + Slugging % - Tris Speaker (CIN) .736
Batter WAR - Alpha Jenkins (CHO) 7.3
ERA - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 1.20
Wins - Noodles Hahn (MIL) & Christy Mathewson (CIN) 29
Strikeouts - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 292
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 13.9
Saves - Arch McCarthy (CIN) 14

AL: Detroit def. Baltimore 4-1
NL: Brooklyn def. Milwaukee 4-1
WS: Brooklyn def. Detroit 4-1
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1909 SEASON IN REVIEW

Despite the New York Giants are the Worst of Last Season, The team will now kidnap one player based on Real World Franchise History, The Giants will get Barry Bonds (1980) to boost the team for a Championship in the 1910's

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Detroit (91-63), Chicago (90-64), Buffalo (82-72), Washington (75-79), New York (72-82), Baltimore (70-84), Boston (70-84), Cleveland (66-88)
NL: Chicago (95-59), Brooklyn (94-60), Milwaukee (89-65), Philadelphia (73-81), New York (70-84), St. Louis (69-85) Cincinnati (66-88), Pittsburgh (60-94)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .362
Home Runs - Ed Konetchy (CHW) 9
RBI - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 75
Stolen Bases - Sherry McGee (PIT) 47
OBP + Slugging % - Nap Lajoie (BRO) .815
Batter WAR - Nap Lajoie (BRO) 6.4
ERA - Claude Elliott (BRO) 1.24
Wins - Claude Elliott (BRO) & Jesse Tannehill (CHO) 29
Strikeouts - Rube Waddell (BAL) 333
Pitcher WAR - Rube Waddell (BAL) 13.3
Saves - Rube Kisinger (STL) 10

PLAYOFFS
AL: Chicago def. Detroit 4-1
NL: Brooklyn def. Chicago 4-2
WS: Brooklyn def. Chicago 4-3

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LOOKING BACK AT 1910

Pittsburgh had bad luck last season hopes to make it good by acquiring Willie Stargell (LF - 1956) as the Top Pick in the Draft

FINAL STANDINGS FOR 1910

AL: Chicago (94-60), Baltimore (90-64), Detroit (89-65), Washington (79-75), New York (71-83), Buffalo (67-87), Boston (63-91), Cleveland (63-91)
NL: Brooklyn (102-52), Chicago (93-61), Cincinnati (84-70), Milwaukee (79-75), Philadelphia (75-79), St. Louis (67-87), New York (62-92), Pittsburgh (54-100)

LEAGUE LEADERS
Batting Average - Tris Speaker (CIN) .363
Home Runs - Joe Morgan (CHW) 12
RBI - Nap Lajoie (BRO) & Del Pratt (CHO) 79
Stolen Bases - Hans Lobert (CHW) 45
OBP + Slugging % - Tris Speaker (CIN) .933
Batter WAR - Bobby Veach (MIL) 6.6
ERA - Manny Miranda (CHW) & Rube Waddell (BAL) 1.82
Wins - Claude Elliott (BRO) 29
Strikeouts - Rube Waddell (BAL) 318
Pitcher WAR - Rube Waddell (BAL) 13.5
Saves - John Jackson (BRO) 16

PLAYOFFS
AL: Baltimore def. Chicago 4-3
NL: Brooklyn def. Chicago 4-2
WS: Brooklyn def. Baltimore 4-3

OFFSEASON CHANGES FOR 1911

Boston Americans rename into Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Superbas rename into Brooklyn Dodgers
Chicago Orphans rename into Chicago Cubs
Chicago White Sox move to Comiskey Park
Detroit Wolverines rename into Detroit Tigers
Milwaukee Brewers move to Borchert Field
Philadelphia Phillies move to Shibe Park
Pittsburgh Pirates move to Forbes Field
Washington Senators move to Griffith Stadium I

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RECAPPING 1911 IN BASEBALL

After the Pirates got Doug Drabek (P) as the Top Pick, The Results look like this.

AL: Baltimore (95-59), Washington (85-70), Detroit (84-71), Chicago (81-73), Buffalo (79-75), New York (74-80), Cleveland (65-89), Boston (54-100)
NL: Brooklyn (95-59), Cincinnati (94-60), Chicago (84-70), St. Louis (82-72), Philadelphia (76-78), Milwaukee (71-83), Pittsburgh (57-97), New York (57-97)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Sam Rice (BAL) .359
Home Runs - Home Run Baker (BRO) 17
RBI - Home Run Baker (BRO) 100
Stolen Bases - Duke Reilley (BRO) 46
OBP + Slugging % - Tris Speaker (CIN)
Batter WAR - Ernie Johnson (BUF) 69
ERA - Gene Moore Sr. (BRO) 1.93
Wins - Frank E Smith (BAL) 25
Strikeouts - Jack Pfiester (NYH) 292
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 14.0
Saves - Charlie Rhodes (CHC) 15

PLAYOFFS

AL: Baltimore def. Washington 4-2
NL: Brooklyn def. Cincinnati 4-1
WS: Brooklyn def. Baltimore 4-0

CHANGES

Boston Red Sox move to Fenway Park I
Cincinnati Reds move to Crosley Field
Detroit Tigers move to Navin Field
Triple-A Baseball Changes: Rochester Bronchos change name into Rochester Hustlers while the Worchester Hustlers move to Reading, PA and became the Aces as a Result the Aces will affiiate the Phillies while the Richmond Virginians get the Chicago Cubs.
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1912 IN REVIEW

The New York Giants got the Punishment by taking someone from the Mets by Drafting Dwight Gooden (P) while the Boston Red Sox get the Top Choice by acquiring Dwight Evans (RF)

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Baltimore (95-59), Buffalo (88-66), New York (80-74), Chicago (76-78), Cleveland (74-80), Detroit (71-83), Washington (71-83), Boston (61-93)
NL: Brooklyn (98-56), Cincinnati (90-64), Milwaukee (78-76), Philadelphia (78-76), Chicago (78-76), St. Louis (76-78), Pittsburgh (60-94), New York (58-96)

As a Result both: NY Giants and Boston will get punished to acquire one all-time great each for the 1913 Draft for finishing dead last in each league

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Tris Speaker (CIN) .377
Home Runs - Ed Konetchy (CHW) & Ping Bodie (STL) 10
RBI - Sam Rice (BAL) 89
Stolen Bases - Tris Speaker (CIN) 44
OBP + Slugging % - Tris Speaker (CIN) .957
Batter WAR - Squanto Wilson (BRO) & Tris Speaker (CIN) 5.4
ERA - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 1.59
Wins - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 29
Strikeouts - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 313
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 12.9
Saves - Carlos Ruiz (BUF) 21

PLAYOFFS

AL: Baltimore def. Buffalo 4-2
NL: Brooklyn def. Cincinnati 4-3
WS: Brooklyn def. Baltimore 4-2

MOVES FOR NEXT SEASON

Brooklyn Dodgers to Ebbets Field
New York Yankees to Polo Grounds IV
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1913 SEASON IN REVIEW

DRAFT: Although the Giants and Red Sox had fell worse the Giants Willie McCovey (1B/LF) as the Top Pick while Boston inherit Dustin Pedroia (2B)

FINAL STANDINGS
AL: Baltimore (96-58), Cleveland (93-61), Chicago (92-62), Detroit (86-68), New York (77-77), Boston (62-92), Washington (58-96), Buffalo (52-102)
NL: Brooklyn (98-56), Philadelphia (88-66), Cincinnati (83-71), Pittsburgh (82-72), Milwaukee (72-82), Chicago (71-83), St. Louis (67-87), New York (55-99)

Both Buffalo and the NY Giants are going to face a Punishment for the 1914 Draft

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Tris Speaker (CLE) .332
Home Run - Fred Merkle (PIT) 11
RBI - Emil Hughn (CLE) 89
Stolen Bases - Shoeless Joe Jackson (DET) 42
OBP + Slugging % - Tris Speaker (CLE) .886
Batter WAR - Luke Appliing (CHW) 6.0
ERA - Rick Adams (CHW) 1.70
Wins - Rick Adams (CHW) 28
Strikeouts - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 278
Pitcher WAR - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 11.9
Saves - Arch McCarthy (PHI) 15

PLAYOFFS
ALCS: Cleveland def. Baltimore 4-1
NLCS: Brooklyn def. Philadelphia 4-3
WS: Brooklyn def. Cleveland 4-2

CHANGES AFTER SEASON

Buffalo Bisons relocate to Bison Field (Braves Field)
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1914 SEASON IN REVIEW

Punishment for Buffalo crowning the Pick: The Bisons will have to rely on Drafting Players from the Real World Expansion Years since 1961 by getting P Trevor Hoffman as the Top Pick as for the NY Giants they get Chili Davis (CF)

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Detroit (94-60), Baltimore (93-61), Chicago (86-68), Cleveland (77-77), Washington (75-79), New York (72-82), Buffalo (65-89), Boston (54-100)
NL: Brooklyn (95-59), Cincinnati (89-65), Pittsburgh (88-66), Philadelphia (80-74), St. Louis (70-84), Chicago (67-87), Milwaukee (64-90), New York (63-91)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Eddie Collins (BRO) .359
Home Runs - Otto Jacobs (WAS) 11
RBI - Stuffy McInnis (CIN) 76
Stolen Bases - Bill Sweeney (CLE) 54
OBP + Slugging % - Shoeless Joe Jackson (DET) .828
Batter War - Eddie Collins (BRO) 7.7
ERA - Carlos Ruiz (CHW) 1.23
Wins - George Kaiserling (PIT) 28
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (NYH), Frank Smith (BAL) 281
Pitcher WAR - Frank Smith (BAL) 11.2
Saves - Arch McCarthy (CHW) 26

PLAYOFFS

ALCS: Detroit def. Baltimore 4-2
NLCS: Brooklyn def. Cincinnati 4-3
WS: Brooklyn def. Detroit 4-0

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1915 SEASON IN REVIEW

The Boston Red Sox and the New York Giants take their first 2 picks in the draft Jonathan Papelbon (P) to Boston and the NYG gets Bob Ojeda (P)

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Cleveland (93-61), Chicago (88-66), Detroit (82-72), Baltimore (82-72), New York (73-81), Washington (72-82), Boston (69-85), Buffalo (57-97)
NL: Philadelphia (102-52), Cincinnati (97-57), Pittsburgh (78-76), Chicago (77-77), Brooklyn (73-81), New York (63-91), St. Louis (63-91), Milwaukee (63-91)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Shoeless Joe Jackson (DET) .379
Home Runs - Jim Galloway (CHW), Joe Harris (BOS), Pete Compton (STL), Carl Zamloch (BRO) 7
RBI - Emil Huhn (CLE) 87
Stolen Bases - Cristobal Torriente (BOS) 36
OBP + Slugging % - Shoeless Joe Jackson (DET) .884
Batter WAR - Shoeless Joe Jackson (DET) 7.7
ERA - Al Clauss (CLE) 1.43
Wins - Dad Hale (NYG) 23
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (NYH) 311
Pitcher WAR - Harry Howell (CIN) 9.8
Saves - Carlos Ruiz (CHW) 21

CHANGES FOR 1916

New York Highlanders name change into New York Yankees
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1916 SEASON IN REVIEW

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Cleveland Spiders (93-61), Detroit Tigers (85-69), Boston Red Sox (84-70), Chicago White Sox (84-70), Baltimore Orioles (83-71), New ork Yankees (72-82), Buffalo Bisons (58-96), Washington Senators (57-97)
NL: Cincinnati Reds (97-57), Philadelphia Phillies (96-58), Pittsburgh Pirates (84-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (73-81), Milwaukee Brewers (70-84), Chicago Cubs (66-88), New York Giants (65-89), St. Louis Cardinals (65-89)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Eddie Collins (NYY) .324
Home Runs - Benny Kauff (BOS) 9
RBI - Emil Huhn (CLE) & Ossie Vitt (CLE) 74
Stolen Bases - Ray Chapman (NYG) 44
OBP + Slugging - Benny Kauff (BOS) .852
Batter WAR - Leo Callahan (PIT) 7.4
Hitting Streak - Jimmy Johnston (DET) 18
ERA - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 1.55
Wins - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 27
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (NYY) 261
Pitcher WAR - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 9.3
Saves - Josh Henderson (CHW) 21

PLAYOFFS
AL: Detroit def. Cleveland 4-2
NL: Cincinnati def. Philadelphia 4-0
WS: Cincinnati def. Detroit 4-0

1917

The Draft Class Added in addition to those HS Grads of 1917 who went on to play in the Baseball World are Fred Astaire (Chad Curtis) who were chosen in the 4th Round to the Cleveland Spiders, James Cagney (Torey Lovullo) & Humphrey Bogart (Chili Davis) who were chosen in Round 3 to the Milwaukee Brewers

(Clones in Parenthesis)

FINAL STANDINGS
AL: New York Yankees (92-62), Baltimore Orioles (85-69), Cleveland Spiders (84-70), Chicago White Sox (82-72), Boston Red Sox (76-78), Detroit Tigers (72-82), Washington Senators (63-91), Buffalo Bisons (62-92)
NL: Cincinati Reds (99-55), Philadelphia Phillies (97-57), Pittsburgh Pirates (83-71), New York Giants (81-73), Brooklyn Dodgers (75-79), St. Louis Cardinals (68-86), Milwaukee Brewers (58-96), Chicago Cubs (55-99)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Zack Wheat (CHC) .396
Home Runs - Elmer Miller (PIT) 8
RBI - Ed Barney (WAS) 76
Stolen Bases - Joe Evers (PHI) 48
OBP + Slugging % - Zack Wheat (CHC) .861
Batter WAR - Whitey Witt (BRO) 8.7
Hitting Streak - Hank Severeid (NYY) 23
ERA - Frank E. Smith (CHW) 1.55
Wins - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 31
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (NYY) 260
Pitcher WAR - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 11.4
Saves - Josh Henderson (CHW) & Eddie Baird (STL) 17

PLAYOFFS

AL: New York def. Baltimore 4-2
NL: Philadelphia def. Cincinnati 4-2
WS: New York def. Philadelphia 4-1

1918

STANDINGS

AL: New York Yankees (87-67), Boston Red Sox (82-73), Washington Senators (82-73), Detroit Tigers (81-74), Cleveland Spiders (81-74), Chicago White Sox (73-81), Buffalo Bisons (68-86), Baltimore Orioles (64-90)
NL: Cincinnati Reds (99-55), Pittsburgh PIrates (94-60), Philadelphia Phillies (87-67), New York Giants (84-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (79-75), Chicago Cubs (66-88), Milwaukee Brewers (56-98), St. Louis Cardinals (51-103)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Ross Youngs (CHC) .351
Home Runs - Fred Merkle (NYY) & Babe Ruth (DET) 7
RBI - Dave Bancroft (NYY) 86
Stolen Bases - Lefty Russell (PIT) 38
OBP + Slugging % - Ross Youngs (CHC) .845
Batter War - Whitey Witt (BRO) 7.2
Hitting Streak - Bill Lamar (CLE) 21
ERA - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 1.68
Wins - Christy Mathewson (CIN) 29
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (NYY) 270
Pitcher WAR - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 9.4
Saves - Ed Henderson (BOS) 19

PLAYOFFS

AL: New York def. Boston 4-1
NL: Cincinnati def. Pittsburgh 4-2
WS: New York def. Cincinnati 4-3

1919

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Chicago White Sox (83-71), New York Yankees (83-72), Cleveland Spiders (82-73), Detroit Tigers (79-75), Washington Senators (77-77), Baltimore Orioles (75-79), Buffalo Bisons (73-81), Boston Red Sox (65-89)
NL: Cincinnati Reds (91-63), Philadelphia Phillies (86-68), New York Giants (84-70), Milwaukee Brewers (83-71), Chicago Cubs (75-79), Brookyln Dodgers (75-79), Pittsburgh Pirates (64-90), St. Louis Cardinals (58-96)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Alejandro Oms (CHC) .341
Home Runs - Oscar Charleston (PIT) 13
RBI - Babe Ruth (DET) 82
Stolen Bases - Lefty Russell (PIT) 42
OBP + Slugging % - Ed Barney (WAS) .852
Batter WAR - Stuffy McInnis (CIN) 5.7
Hitting Streak - Ray Bates (MIL) 24
ERA - Harley Dillinger (PHI) 1.93
Wins - Harry Howell (BUF) 24
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 286
Pitcher WAR - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 9.2
Saves - Sam Ferraris (BOS) & Josh Henderson (CHW) 18

PLAYOFFS
AL: New York def. Chicago 4-1
NL: Cincinnati def. Philadelphia 4-1
WS: New York def. Cincinnati 4-1
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GOING INTO 1920

Talking About a Mixed Era League, It will have 8 teams (all of which are named after Negro League Teams) the league will be called the Mixed National League (MNL)

The Teams Playing in the league are

Birmingham Black Barons
Chicago American Giants
Detroit Stars
Homestead Grays
Indianapolis ABC's
Kansas City Monarchs
Memphis Red Sox
St. Louis Stars

The League will have all teams play a 116 Game Season capped off with playoffs and a Mixed World Series Game with Random Eras will be placed in Amateur Draft as years progress.
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LOOKING BACK AT THE ROARING 20'S (PART 1)

1920 SEASON IN REVIEW

FINAL STANDINGS IN THE MLB

AL: Chicago White Sox (89-65), New York Yankees (86-68), Cleveland Spiders (83-71), Baltimore Orioles (82-72) Detroit Tigers (78-76), Washington Senators (74-80), Boston Red Sox (69-85), Buffalo Bisons (55-99)
NL: Philadelphia Phillies (93-61), Milwaukee Brewers (91-63), Cincinnati Reds (84-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (79-75), New York Giants (73-81), Pittsburgh Pirates (69-85), Chicago Cubs (67-87), St. Louis Cardinals (60-94)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Benny Kauff (BOS) .346
Home Runs - Claude Hendrix (MIL) 13
RBI - Red J. Smith (CHW) 87
Stolen Bases - Sam Covington (CHW) 33
OBP + Slugging % - Benny Kauff (BOS) .899
Batter WAR - Benny Kauff (BOS) 6.5
Hitting Streak - Maurice Archdeacon (DET) 25
ERA - Robbie Cabal (CIN) 1.78
Wins - Doc Manser (BRO) 25
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 267
Pitcher WAR - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 9.1
Saves - John X. Johnson (PHI) 17

PLAYOFFS
AL: New York def. Chicago 4-1
NL: Philadelphia def. Milwaukee 4-2
WS: New York def. Philadelphia 4-3

Elsewhere in 1920: In the Mixed World Series the St. Louis Stars def. Birmingham Black Barons 4-1 to win it all, 2B Cesar Pirovano was the MVP.

1921

Added Celebs in the Draft Class: Greta Garbo (Jeff Mutis) was picked in the 3rd Round of the 1921 MLB Draft to the New York Giants becoming the first woman to play baseball, ever.
As for the Boston Red Sox: They Get Roy Hobbs (Ted Williams) in which he is chosen as the 5th pick in the 1921 MLB Draft.

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Chicago White Sox (88-66), Boston Red Sox (88-67), Cleveland Spiders (87-68), New York Yankees (80-74), Washington Senators (80-74), Detroit Tigers (69-85), Baltimore Orioles (65-89), Buffalo Bisons (60-94)
NL: Philadelphia Phillies (87-67), Brooklyn Dodgers (83-71), St. Louis Cardinals (79-75), Chicago Cubs (77-77), Cincinnati Reds (76-78), Milwaukee Brewers (74-80), New York Giants (74-80), Pittsburgh Pirates (66-88)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Oscar Charleston (PIT) .394
Home Runs - Bob Meusel (BOS) 15
RBI - Bill Lamar (CLE) 105
Stolen Bases - Sam Covington (CHW) 30
OBP + Slugging % - Oscar Charleston (PIT) .988
Batter WAR - Jimmy Dykes (NYG) 5.6
Hitting Streak - Bill Lamar (CLE) 34
ERA - Happy Foreman (BUF) 2.61
Wins - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) & Hiroki Yamashiro (NYG) 22
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 225
Pitcher WAR - Smoky Joe Wood (PHI) 8.7
Saves - Orlando Pineda (STL) 22

PLAYOFFS
AL: Chicago WS def. Boston 4-2
NL: Philadelphia def. Brooklyn 4-2
WS: Philadelphia def. Chicago WS 4-3

In the Mixed World Series: The Birmingham Black Barons beat the Homestead Grays 4-3 to win the title, MVP went to SS Angel Calvo

1922

Added Rookie: Henry Fonda (Steve Frey) was NOT choen in the 1922 Rookie Draft.

FINAL STANDINGS
AL: Chicago White Sox (90-64), Cleveland Spiders (81-73), Boston Red Sox (80-74), Baltimore Orioles (76-78), Detroit Tigers (76-78), Buffalo Bisons (73-81), Washington Senators (71-83), New York Yankees (69-85)
NL: Philadelphia Phillies (102-52), Brooklyn Dodgers (91-63), Cincinnati Reds (87-67), New York Giants (83-71), Chicago Cubs (66-88), St. Louis Cardinals (65-89), Milwaukee Brewers (62-92), Pittsburgh Pirates (60-94)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Roy Hobbs (BOS) .356
Home Runs - Oscar Charleston (PIT) 20
RBI - Bill Lamar (CLE) 92
Stolen Bases - Bill Lamar (CLE) 29
OBP + Slugging % - Roy Hobbs (BOS) .976
Batter WAR - Roy Hobbs (BOS) 6.0
Hittng Streak - Ed Barney (WAS) 33
ERA - James Sweeney (PHI) 1.88
Wins - Ed Gerner (NY) 25
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 235
Pitcher WAR - Ed Gerner (NYY) 7.7
Saves - Marsh Williams (CIN) 18

Playoffs

AL: Cleveland def. Chicago WS 4-0
NL: Philadelphia def. Brooklyn 4-3
WS: Cleveland def. Philadelphia 4-0

In the MNL World Series: The St. Louis Stars swept Homestead 4-0, MVP is Grover Baichley

1923

Added Rookie: Cab Calloway (Cecil Fielder) was chosen in the ROund 1 Supplemental Draft by the Brooklyn Dodgers

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Cleveland Spiders (89-65), Buffalo Bisons (84-70), Washington Senators (78-76), Detroit Tigers (76-78), Boston Red Sox (76-78), Chicago white Sox (73-81), New York Yankees (71-83), Baltimore Orioles (69-85)
NL: New York Giants (99-55), Philadelphia Phillies (86-68), Brooklyn Dodgers (83-71), Pittsburgh Pirates (81-73), Cincinnati Reds (78-76), Milwaukee Brewers (67-87), St. Louis Cardinals (64-90), Chicago Cubs (58-96)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Bill Lamar (CLE) .365
Home Runs - Freddy Leach (NYG) 15
RBI - Lefty O'Doul (BUF) 102
Stolen Bases - Bill Lamar (CLE) 41
OBP + Slugging % (BOS) .929
Batter WAR - Lazaro GOmez (CLE) 5.4
Hitting Streak - Curt Walker (PHI) 28
ERA - John Halla (CLE) 2.26
Wins - Clay Roe (NYG) 25
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 216
Pitcher WAR - Ed Gerner (CHC) 8.2
Saves - John Middleton (BRO) 18

PLAYOFFS
AL: Cleveland def. Buffalo 4-3
NL: NY Giants def. Philadelphia 4-1
WS: NY Giants def. Cleveland 4-1

MNL WS: Memphis def. Homestead 4-3

1924

Added Rookie to the Mix of Other Rookies: John Wayne (JT Snow) didn't get selected in the draft.

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Chicago White Sox (92-62), Boston Red Sox (90-64), Detroit Tigers (83-71), Cleveland Spiders (83-71), Buffalo Bisons (72-82), Baltimore Orioles (69-85), New York Yankees (66-88), Washington Senators (61-93)
NL: Brooklyn Dodgers (92-62), St. Louis Cardinals (85-69), Milwaukee Brewers (78-76), New York Giants (76-78), Cincinnati Reds (75-79), Chicago Cubs (71-83), Pittsburgh Pirates (70-84), Philadelphia Phillies (69-85)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Buck Weaver (CHC) .372
Home Runs - Babe Ruth (DET) 19
RBI - Wade Lefler (BRO) 101
Stolen Bases - Bill Lamar (CLE) 47
OBP + Slugging % - Babe Ruth (DET) .945
Batter WAR - Oscar Charleston (PIT) 5.4
Hitting Streak - Buck Weaver (CHC) 28
ERA - Bill Foster (PIT) 1.90
Wins - Cliff Best (BOS) 25
Strikeouts - Dick Crutcher (MIL) 249
Pitcher WAR - Bill Foster (PIT) 11.6
Saves - Chris Little (MIL) 18

PLAYOFFS
AL: Boston def. Chicago WS 4-0
NL: Brooklyn def. St. Louis 4-1
WS: Brooklyn def. Boston 4-3

MNL: St. Louis def. Memphis 4-3

1925

ADDED ROOKIES IN ADDITION TO THE MAJOR LEAGUERS OF THAT YEAR: Milton Berle (Todd Burns) didn't get selected in the 1925 Amateur Draft

FINAL STANDINGS

AL: Cleveland Spiders (88-66), Buffalo Bisons (87-67), Boston Red Sox (82-72), New York Yankees (78-76), Baltimore Orioles (74-80), Detroit Tigers (70-84), Chicago White Sox (69-85), Washington Senators (68-86)
NL: New York Giants (96-58), Brooklyn Dodgers (89-65), Chicago Cubs (79-75), Philadelphia Phillies (78-76), Pittsburgh Pirates (77-77), Cincinnati Reds (75-79), St. Louis Cardinals (72-82), Milwaukee Brewers (50-104)

LEAGUE LEADERS

Batting Average - Ray Hobbs (BOS) .381
Home Runs - Del Bissonette (DET) 18
RBI - Fred Lear (CLE) 115
Stolen Bases - Bill Lemar (CLE)
OBP + Slugging & - Roy Hobbs (BOS) 1.067
Batter WAR - Roy Hobbs (BOS) 6.8
Hitting Streak - Edd Roush (CHW) & Scott Calvert (BOS) 21
ERA - Clay Roe (NYG) 1.87
Wins - Clay Roe (NYG) 26
Strikeouts - Bill Foster (PIT) 220
Pitcher WAR - Bill Foster (PIT) 11.5
Saves - Guy Cantrell (WAS) 18

PLAYOFFS
AL: Buffalo def. Cleveland 4-0
NL: NY Giants def. Brooklyn 4-2
WS: Buffalo def. NY Giants 4-3

MNL WS: Homestead def. St. Louis 4-3
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