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Old 02-22-2019, 01:32 PM   #381
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1917 Hall of Fame

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Yun-ho Chun, CF

Chun was 23 at the beginning of the league and played very well for 9 straight seasons with the Texas Rangers. He won the 1903 MVP, 8 Gold Gloves, and one World Series. He was selected to 5 All-Star games. He is the current career record holder for At-Bats (8507), Runs (1123), and Caught Stealing (603). In his run through the 1909 season, he averaged 157 games played per season with his only serious injury a hamstring strain. Most of his time was spent with the Rangers but he did move around the league a little bit once he turned 36.

Career Stats: 9377 PA, 2011 H, 962 SB, .308 wOBA, 98 wRC+, 174.4 ZR, 54.3 WAR, 48.1 JAWS

Joe Ramage, RHP

Ramage was a 20 year old at Mississippi State in 1900 and won the inaugural NCAA Pitcher of the Year Award, once striking out 17 players. He was drafted 2nd overall by the Giants in 1902 and became the top prospect in 1903. He had a very good career, getting invited to 4 all-star games and providing top of the rotation value for 11 seasons. He was very durable throughout his career, starting 35 or more games throughout 9 of those 11 high value seasons.

Career Stats: 3176.3 IP, 803 BB, 1360 K, 2.48 FIP, 92 FIP-, 54.0 WAR, 45.8 JAWS

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Rob Mosher, CF

Mosher did not win any Gold Glove awards for his work in CF, but he did win 10 Silver Sluggers. He also went to 5 All-Star games, won two World Series, and was the 1910 AL Championship MVP for the Astros. The 10th overall draft pick in 1902 out of San Diego State, Mosher holds the MLB career records for Total Bases (3292), Doubles (287), and Triples (324).

Career Stats: 8425 PA, 2306 H, 683 SB, .370 wOBA, 145 wRC+, -206.5 ZR, 45.0 WAR, 40.2 JAWS

Zhaire Daniel, RHP

Daniel had a short but productive career, playing parts of only 10 seasons but twice finishing in the top 3 for Pitcher of the Year. On a side note, the game messed up Daniel's MLB service time somehow. He should have less that 10 years but it says 15. He did not exist in 1900 when the fake service times were put into place.

Career Stats: 1845.3 IP, 539 BB, 1047 K, 2.47 FIP, 87 FIP-, 35.6 WAR, 36.1 JAWS

Sherwood Conkel, 3B

Conkel was drafted 5th overall out of the University of Georgia in 1903 and became the Dodgers starting 3B in 1904. He had 12 productive seasons in the above average range, making 2 All-Star teams and winning the World Series once.

Career Stats: 8013 PA, 1929 H, .313 wOBA, 105 wRC+, -2.4 ZR, 36.0 WAR, 31.0 JAWS

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Josh Fowler, C

Fowler was the very first draft pick in the very first draft. He was a 4-time All-Star, won a Gold Glove and a Silver Slugger and a World Series winner. He stayed relatively healthy in his career, playing 12 seasons with 10 of those as the primary catcher for his team. He retired at the age of 41 as one of the most productive catchers in MLB history.

Career Stats: 6673 PA, 1448 H, .293 wOBA, 91 wRC+, 26.4 ZR, 34.8 WAR, 29.2 JAWS

Kevin Caperton, LF

Originally from Hawaii, Caperton was drafted 3rd overall in 1902 out of New Mexico State. He made two all-star teams, won three silver sluggers, was the 1910 NL Championship Series MVP, and the 1913 NL Division Series MVP. He had a career year in 1910 with 5.7 WAR and was an above average player for 10 season. He retires with the 7th most hits in MLB history.

Career Stats: 8047 PA, 2064 H, .328 wOBA, 117 wRC+, 7.5 ZR, 30.4 WAR, 26.8 JAWS

Jonathan Hiatt, RHP

Hiatt had a few very dominant years, going to 4 straight all-star games and winning the Reliever of the Year award in 3 of those 4 seasons. He was drafted 18th overall by the Royals in 1902 out of West Babylon High School.

Career Stats: 689 IP, 214 BB, 448 K, 239 SV, 2.08 FIP, 77 FIP-, 34.4 WPA, 15.0 WAR, 24.6 JAWS

Jackson Fetzner, 2B

Fetzner was drafted in 1906 out of Stanford in the Supplemental first round. He led the league in walks four straight years and won the silver slugger each of those four years. He also went to one all-star game.

Career Stats: 5323 PA, 1149 H, .360 wOBA, 131 wRC+, -89.5 ZR, 21.3 WAR, 20.9 JAWS

Kurt Bridges, RHP

Bridges was part of the initial 1900 MLB season, pitching 40 games for the Cardinals. He won two World Series Championships, one with the Pirates and the other with the Phillies. He led the league in saves in 1911 as the Yankees closer and his 363 career saves are second only to Tim Beckman.

Career Stats: 997.3 IP, 310 BB, 413 K, 363 SV, 2.69 FIP, 96 FIP-, 26.6 WPA, 8.1 WAR, 15.0 JAWS

Treyton Murph, RHP

Murph was drafted in the 8th round by the Blue Jays out of IMG Academy in 1904. He was then traded to the Reds for Alfredo Cruz and then to the Astros for Yago Pimentel. The Astros finally called him up and he spent his entire major league career on the team, winning the World Series with them in 1910 and making the 1913 All-Star team. He also finished in the top 3 for Reliever of the Year twice.

Career Stats: 498.3 IP, 181 BB, 316 K, 186 SV, 2.48 FIP, 86 FIP-, 17.7 WPA, 8.0 WAR, 13.2 JAWS
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1917 Hall of Fame Special Selection - Pitchers

Better late than never, they all said. These players truly belong in the Hall of Fame and were specially selected to be so, even though they had previously been rejected.
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1917 Hall of Fame Special Selection - Hitters

Better late than never, they all said. These players truly belong in the Hall of Fame and were specially selected to be so, even though they had previously been rejected.
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1917 Top Players Under Age 30

Walker Rosen, LF

The 3rd overall pick in 1911 out of Michigan played half a season in the majors in 1912 and then started producing in 1912. He won the 1916 MVP, 4 Silver Sluggers, 1 Gold Glove, and has made 4 All-Star teams. the Rangers inexplicably placed him on waivers in 1916 and the Astros snatched him up.

Mitsuo Azuma, CF

Azuma has had injury problems but is still capable of providing value. He was drafted 7th overall by the Brewers in 1906 out of Hardaway High School and made his debut in 1911. He has gone to two all-star games and was the 1915 World Series MVP with the Championship Brewers.

Brantley Kriegel, CF

Drafted 8th overall in 1912 from the University of Minnesota. He won the 1917 MVP award and has won both a gold glove and silver slugger. He has also made two all-star teams.

Librado Dorado, LHP

A lefty pitcher discovered out of the Dominican Republic by the Expos in 1908. He debuted in 1913 and by 1915 was one of the top pitchers in the league. He has made three all-star teams and finished 2nd in the 1917 NL Pitcher of the Year voting.

Samuela Fakahua, 2B

A 1st round draft pick by the Braves in 1909 out of Oklahoma State. He was an all-star and silver slugger in 1915 and won the World Series with the Braves this past year.

Shawn Pirkle, 2B

Pirkle was on the 1912 Royals Championship team having been drafted by them in the 1st round of 1909 out of Arizona. He has provided solid above-average value for 6 years.

Dino Reyes, RHP

Another good young Expos pitcher after spending most of his time with the Rangers. He was an international discovery from the Dominican Republic in 1904 and debuted in 1910.

Tyler Arant, 2B

Also on the Montreal Expos, Arant was drafted by them 5th overall in 1912 from the Kansas Jayhawks. He took over the starting job in 1913, has made 2 all-star teams, and provided above average value every year.
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Lester Barlow signed for one year with the Phillies

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while Jeff Stevens signed a 5-year deal with the Rangers.
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1918 Top 100 Prospects

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This year's top prospect is Blake Martin - the 1st overall draft pick in 1917.

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The top pitching prospect is Francis Leonard who is expected to spend time with the Brewers this season, though most likely as a reliever.
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1918 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

SP Fuller Burns (IND) - 4-0, 1.54 ERA, 35.0 IP, 0.83 WHIP, 5.7 K/9, 1.5 WAR
SP Hasan Bustamante (SDSU) - 3-1, 1.37 ERA, 39.1 IP, 0.76 WHIP, 9.6 K/9, 2.2 WAR
SP Crosby Hassebrock (TUL) - 3-1, 0.53 ERA, 34.0 IP, 0.79 WHIP, 8.5 K/9, 1.8 WAR
SP Malcolm Jablonowski (FSU) - 4-0, 0.50 ERA, 36.0 IP, 0.83 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 1.2 WAR
SP Thomas Olesen (PIT) - 3-1, 1.54 ERA, 35.0 IP, 0.83 WHIP, 3.9 K/9, 1.1 WAR
SP Mason Raye (TTU) - 3-2, 2.41 ERA, 41.0 IP, 0.98 WHIP, 4.0 K/9, 1.6 WAR
CL Hanford Jones (ALA) - 1-0, 2 SV, 0.00 ERA, 8.2 IP, 0.46 WHIP, 2.1 K/9, 0.3 WAR
CL Solomon Van Hoosier (SCB) - 1-0, 3 SV, 1.53 ERA, 17.2 IP, 1.02 WHIP, 11.7 K/9, 0.8 WAR
C Colin Hostetler (WF) - .373/.411/.675, 83 AB, 6 HR, 192 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
C Aiden Ryles (WSU) - .295/.368/.462, 78 AB, 1 HR, 132 wRC+, 0.8 WAR
1B Daniel Blair (WF) - .474/.561/.846, 78 AB, 8 HR, 268 wRC+, 2.1 WAR
2B Neil Attard (PIT) - .386/.443/.578, 83 AB, 5 SB, 173 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
2B Barton Thom (UA) - .294/.390/.682, 85 AB, 5 HR, 3 SB, 178 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
3B Porter Dry (TTU) - .383/.425/.691, 94 AB, 4 HR, 2 SB, 198 wRC+, 1.8 WAR
SS Jimmy Canales (MSB) - .398/.427/.602, 88 AB, 1 HR, 5 SB, 172 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
LF J.R. Murphy (FOR) - .400/.420/.871, 85 AB, 7 HR, 5 SB, 241 wRC+, 1.8 WAR
CF Ash Garner (SJRS) - .346/.426/.642, 81 AB, 3 HR, 1 SB, 192 wRC+, 1.6 WAR
CF Woody Hopes (ALA) - .378/.520/.770, 74 AB, 6 HR, 1 SB, 239 wRC+, 2.1 WAR
CF Harley Smither (MIA) - .404/.459/.607, 89 AB, 3 HR, 187 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
RF Joel Green (MSU) - .330/.389/.588, 97 AB, 5 HR, 166 wRC+, 1.3 WAR

Team 2:

SP Aiden Bochinski (PIT) - 2-1, 1.85 ERA, 34.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 6.9 K/9, 1.8 WAR
SP Phipat Bunyong (SCB) - 3-2, 2.01 ERA, 40.1 IP, 0.99 WHIP, 3.8 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP P.J. Corona (RO) - 3-1, 2.11 ERA, 42.2 IP, 1.20 WHIP, 8.2 K/9, 1.7 WAR
SP Lewis Nguyen (AUB) - 2-0, 1.08 ERA, 25.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 6.8 K/9, 1.1 WAR
SP Christian Tacker (OK) - 3-1, 1.25 ERA, 36.0 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 3.8 K/9, 1.3 WAR
SP Angel Williams (NMSU) - 3-0, 1.93 ERA, 32.2 IP, 1.01 WHIP, 5.8 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Don Gizzarelli (SJSU) - 2-0, 5 SV, 2.38 ERA, 11.1 IP, 0.97 WHIP, 7.1 K/9, 0.7 WAR
CL Tony Williamson (GH) - 2-0, 5 SV, 2.13 ERA, 12.2 IP, 1.42 WHIP, 7.1 K/9, 0.6 WAR
C Tommy Brooks (TAMU) - .266/.360/.500, 64 AB, 4 HR, 136 wRC+, 0.7 WAR
C Everett Tucker (LBSU) - .333/.432/.536, 69 AB, 1 HR, 170 wRC+, 1.0 WAR
1B Jake Duarte (MSU) - .402/.481/.575, 87 AB, 3 HR, 193 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
1B Colt Richter (GEO) - .325/.417/.602, 83 AB, 5 HR, 179 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
2B Peyton Morgan (BAY) - .384/.459/.651, 86 AB, 4 HR, 1 SB, 205 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
2B Thurman Schicker (SJSU) - .337/.376/.523, 86 AB, 2 HR, 6 SB, 137 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
3B Niels Dempsey (MIA) - .321/.394/.605, 81 AB, 4 HR, 169 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
SS Noah Giles (PENN) - .306/.406/.494, 85 AB, 3 HR, 146 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
LF Shinya Ueda (SCG) - .416/.430/.697, 89 AB, 4 HR, 3 SB, 188 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
CF Lawrence Philip (TAMU) - .386/.427/.705, 88 AB, 2 HR, 205 wRC+, 1.3 WAR
CF Albert Plantz (PUR) - .407/.470/.651, 86 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 204 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
RF Miles Frutis (PUR) - .440/.452/.580, 100 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 186 wRC+, 1.4 WAR
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Achievements, April 1918

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Bobby Murphy, Toronto Blue Jays - 200 Doubles

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Frisky Aparicio, Monterey, TUIL - 4K, 3BB
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Jameson Worren, Baltimore Orioles, MLB - 4K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Mason Fiorenza, Modesto, A+ - 9K, 2BB
Ashton Bird, Chattanooga, AA - 8K, 0BB, 1HBP

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Omar Aragon, Ashwaubenon, WIAA
Juvenal Young, Hortonville, WIAA
Phil Jenkins, Jupiter, FLHSAA
Vincente Ingersoll, Rochester, AAA

3+ HR Games:
Josh Moreland, Frisco, AA
Fabian Elden, Arizona, NCAA
Ervin Hall, Rome, A
Kalvin Bishop, Corpus Christi, AA
Sonny Nicolai, Stockton, A+

Cycles:
J.R. Murphy, Fordham, NCAA
Lawrence Philip, Texas AM, NCAA
Niels Dempsey, Miami, NCAA
Prospero Almanza, Clemson, NCAA
Ross Ozari, San Diego State, NCAA
Pascal Taboada, Stockton, A+
Nicolas Newton, Wesleyan Christian Academy , NCHSAA
Hiromu Bando, California, NCAA
Nick Florez, Rye, NYSPHSAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Colin Martin, Farmington, NMAA - 25G
Henri Avramenko, North Cobb, GHSA - 27G
Yasushi Nishimoto, Charlotte, AAA - 26G
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The top draftee in 1918 is Arnold White, CF, Kentucky.

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The number one high school draftee is Gilson Cravoa, SS, Wiregrass.

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The top pitcher is out of Tulane - Crosby Hassebrock.
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1918 College and High School Champs/Awards

NCAA
Champion: San Diego State Aztecs
MVP: Jimmy Canales, Mississippi State Bulldogs
Top Pitcher: Crosby Hassebrock, Tulane Green Wave

California
Champion: Central Grizzlies
MVP: Sean Keller, Central Grizzlies
Top Pitcher: Fairooz Yoosuf, Steele Canyon Cougars

Florida
Champion: Apopka Blue Darters
MVP: Gilson Cravoa, Wiregrass Ranch Bulls
Top Pitcher: Colton Anderson, Jupiter Warriors

Georgia
Champion: Walton Raiders
MVP: Soma Honda, Walton Raiders
Top Pitcher: Eduardo Santiago, Gainesville Red Elephants

Illinois
Champion: Mount Carmel Caravan
MVP: Joshua Ham, Brother Rice Crusaders
Top Pitcher: Jeremiah Fischetti, Carbondale Terriers

New York
Champion: Island Trees Bulldogs
MVP: Jude McCullough, West Babylon Eagles
Top Pitcher: Jude McCullough, West Babylon Eagles

New Mexico
Champion: Carlsbad Cavemen
MVP: Danny Inman, Mayfield Trojans
Top Pitcher: Danny Inman, Mayfield Trojans

North Carolina
Champion: North Buncombe Black Hawks
MVP: Kelsey Coralic, North Buncombe Black Hawks
Top Pitcher: Kelsey Coralic, North Buncombe Black Hawks

Oregon
Champion: Crater Comets
MVP: Derek Shinsky, Crater Comets
Top Pitcher: Marlon Pepper, Jesuit Crusaders

Texas
Champion: The Woodlands Highlanders
MVP: Jamison Beagle, The Woodlands Highlanders
Top Pitcher: Woody Garner, Reagan Rattlers

Wisconsin
Champion: Milwaukee Lutheran Red Knights
MVP: Harley Watts, Milwaukee Lutheran Red Knights
Top Pitcher: Gabe Morton, Denmark Vikings
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Achievements, May 1918

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Kadin Henderson, Philadelphia Phillies - 200 Doubles
Lou Thornton, Minnesota Twins - 200 Triples
Jim Slack, Chicago White Sox - 700 SB
Joe Hubbard, Toronto Blue Jays - 1500 K

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Emmanuel Carreon, Birmingham Barons, AA - 8K, 7BB
Luke Tozier, Pendleton, OSAA - 6K, 3BB
Mickey Spadafora, Holy Cross, NCAA - 6K, 5BB
Fred Hasenbeck, Chattanooga, AA - 5K, 3BB
Nathan Donnell, Wichita State, NCAA - 5K, 3BB
Stevenson Jones, Kannapolis, A - 7K, 1BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Nic Coleman, Michigan, NCAA
Braeden Rooks, West Babylon, NYSPHSAA
Matthew Jiles, North Cobb, GHSA
Ray Williams, Southlake Carroll, TUIL
Tom Layne, Lexington, A

3+ HR Games:
Damian Wedekind, Michigan, NCAA
Luis Bedoya, Salt Lake, AAA
Reider Flesland, Las Vegas, AAA

Cycles:
Felix Todd, Reno, AAA
Kristofer Tracy, Springfield, AA
Tom St. Paul, Volcano Vista, NMAA
Jimmy Canales, Mississippi State, NCAA
Dave McGonagle, Midland, AA
Anderson Geier, Lakewood, A

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Daniel Hammond, Volcano Vista, NMAA - 28G
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The first selection in the 1918 draft was Arnold White.

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The top high school player taken was Gilson Cravoa

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and Crosby Hassebrock was the top pitcher this year at number 7.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Chicago White Sox: CF Arnold White, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Los Angeles Angels: SS Gilson Cravoa, age 18
Round 1, Pick 3 - St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Daniel Blair, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - Texas Rangers: 3B Denley Wright, age 21
Round 1, Pick 5 - Milwaukee Brewers: LF Ronnie Barrera, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 1B R.J. Walsh, age 18
Round 1, Pick 7 - Cincinnati Reds: SP Crosby Hassebrock, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Los Angeles Dodgers: LF Lacey Cuvilje, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Arizona Diamondbacks: LF Selme Santiago, age 22
Round 1, Pick 10 - San Francisco Giants: LF J.R. Murphy, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - New York Yankees: SS V.J. Lacourse, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - Baltimore Orioles: 1B Ricky Allen, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - San Diego Padres: 2B Barton Thom, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - New York Mets: CF Joshua Ham, age 18
Round 1, Pick 15 - Detroit Tigers: SP Fairooz Yoosuf, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - Florida Marlins: 1B Boyce Elliott, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Oakland Athletics: 3B Wyatt Cominos, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Seattle Mariners: 2B Dennis Williams, age 21
Round 1, Pick 19 - Chicago Cubs: SP Gerald Cherry, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - Houston Astros: SP Cain Lockhart, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Minnesota Twins: CF Mark Izarraraz, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - Philadelphia Phillies: CF Juvenal Young, age 18
Round 1, Pick 23 - Montreal Expos: 3B Phoenix Escobedo, age 18
Round 1, Pick 24 - Toronto Blue Jays: SP Nick Brooks, age 18
Round 1, Pick 25 - Colorado Rockies: 3B Celestino Cruz, age 21
Round 1, Pick 26 - Boston Red Sox: C Xander Butler, age 18
Round 1, Pick 27 - Kansas City Royals: LF Wilson Myers, age 21
Round 1, Pick 28 - Atlanta Braves: 3B Aydan Rowe, age 18
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1918 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

SP Chris Adams (SEA) - 12-6, 2.08 ERA, 181.1 IP, 1.09 WHIP, 3.6 K/9, 4.4 WAR
SP Beltran Aguilar (SEA) - 8-11, 2.41 ERA, 179.0 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 2.6 K/9, 3.9 WAR
SP Kangi Bossart (LAA) - 11-7, 2.26 ERA, 167.1 IP, 1.12 WHIP, 3.5 K/9, 4.8 WAR
SP J.R. Donahoe (TEX) - 10-9, 2.80 ERA, 177.0 IP, 1.28 WHIP, 3.5 K/9, 3.7 WAR
SP Rick Vandervelde (SEA) - 9-5, 2.34 ERA, 134.2 IP, 1.13 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 3.6 WAR
SP Noah Vilchez (TOR) - 9-5, 1.52 ERA, 154.1 IP, 1.13 WHIP, 4.6 K/9, 4.1 WAR
RP Sebastian Ochoa (DET) - 10-5, 2.76 ERA, 166.1 IP, 1.29 WHIP, 1.7 K/9, 2.0 WAR
RP Koby Webb (CLE) - 8-2, 1.35 ERA, 100.0 IP, 0.75 WHIP, 2.3 K/9, 1.8 WAR
CL Dylan Vice (NYY) - 3-2, 25 SV, 1.99 ERA, 45.1 IP, 1.24 WHIP, 5.6 K/9, 1.3 WAR
CL Noah Woodson (TOR) - 4-2, 15 SV, 1.69 ERA, 53.1 IP, 1.11 WHIP, 4.2 K/9, 1.3 WAR
C Igor Brown (BAL) - .290/.360/.330, 200 AB, 1 HR, 5 SB, 113 wRC+, 1.8 WAR
C Leyfer Cordero (KC) - .332/.384/.378, 193 AB, 138 wRC+, 2.0 WAR
1B Nate Berg (CLE) - .249/.345/.319, 382 AB, 3 HR, 24 SB, 115 wRC+, 4.0 WAR
2B Jonathan Quiroga (TB) - .303/.341/.341, 337 AB, 1 HR, 2 SB, 113 wRC+, 4.0 WAR
3B Wilbur Primm (LAA) - .297/.378/.354, 350 AB, 3 HR, 137 wRC+, 3.5 WAR
SS Saturnin Baez (DET) - .270/.293/.367, 319 AB, 1 HR, 18 SB, 108 wRC+, 3.9 WAR
SS Daulin Jiménez (KC) - .291/.343/.356, 351 AB, 2 SB, 127 wRC+, 3.8 WAR (Injured)
SS Benny Wurdeman (OAK) - .278/.368/.343, 277 AB, 23 SB, 125 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
LF Yada Adisimah (BAL) - .358/.399/.487, 316 AB, 1 HR, 50 SB, 174 wRC+, 3.8 WAR
LF Frank Clarke (SEA) - .288/.334/.358, 358 AB, 1 HR, 22 SB, 124 wRC+, 4.0 WAR
CF Jim Alexander (KC) - .295/.343/.372, 366 AB, 2 HR, 45 SB, 130 wRC+, 5.2 WAR
CF Toussaint Antoine (SEA) - .304/.367/.376, 404 AB, 58 SB, 139 wRC+, 4.4 WAR
CF Joaquin De Los Santos (MIN) - .300/.335/.407, 383 AB, 1 HR, 33 SB, 136 wRC+, 3.6 WAR
CF D.J. Leverton (TOR) - .241/.300/.351, 390 AB, 3 HR, 40 SB, 110 wRC+, 4.5 WAR
RF Peyton Stedman (TB) - .299/.358/.386, 321 AB, 1 HR, 2 SB, 142 wRC+, 3.1 WAR

National League:

SP Bryce Adams (ATL) - 11-5, 1.81 ERA, 144.0 IP, 1.15 WHIP, 3.3 K/9, 3.2 WAR
SP Librado Dorado (MON) - 10-2, 1.46 ERA, 160.2 IP, 0.95 WHIP, 4.7 K/9, 4.3 WAR
SP Zeke Gabe (MIL) - 7-9, 1.44 ERA, 156.0 IP, 1.06 WHIP, 2.4 K/9, 3.0 WAR
SP Lee Leary (ATL) - 14-3, 1.85 ERA, 165.1 IP, 0.91 WHIP, 3.0 K/9, 4.1 WAR
SP Everett Williams (LAD) - 10-7, 1.80 ERA, 165.0 IP, 1.10 WHIP, 2.5 K/9, 3.4 WAR
SP Justin Zygmunt (MON) - 12-8, 2.33 ERA, 185.2 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 4.5 K/9, 4.2 WAR
RP Rod Lynn (CIN) - 4-2, 24 SV, 1.28 ERA, 49.1 IP, 1.18 WHIP, 2.7 K/9, 0.4 WAR
CL P.J. Clark (MON) - 3-5, 21 SV, 1.09 ERA, 49.2 IP, 1.25 WHIP, 4.7 K/9, 1.4 WAR
CL David Izquierdo (PIT) - 2-5, 26 SV, 1.73 ERA, 57.1 IP, 1.12 WHIP, 6.3 K/9, 1.7 WAR
CL Seth Rau (STL) - 1-4, 25 SV, 0.91 ERA, 49.1 IP, 1.01 WHIP, 4.2 K/9, 0.8 WAR
C Austin Lowery (MON) - .287/.342/.321, 268 AB, 118 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
C Morton Zepp (CHC) - .302/.334/.338, 308 AB, 116 wRC+, 2.4 WAR
1B Hermes Segura (ATL) - .293/.375/.350, 294 AB, 8 SB, 140 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
2B Lenny Clark (ARI) - .241/.306/.345, 357 AB, 1 HR, 27 SB, 109 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
2B Jason Hunnicutt (NYM) - .291/.320/.397, 340 AB, 1 HR, 14 SB, 123 wRC+, 5.5 WAR
2B Nic Wiener (STL) - .269/.331/.341, 308 AB, 2 HR, 34 SB, 109 wRC+, 4.8 WAR
3B Deion Lee (ARI) - .287/.334/.364, 376 AB, 3 HR, 29 SB, 125 wRC+, 2.8 WAR
SS Kendall Bradford (MON) - .230/.285/.287, 348 AB, 14 SB, 81 wRC+, 3.6 WAR
SS Jase Srednicki (SD) - .289/.342/.347, 380 AB, 29 SB, 116 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
LF Callisto Rosado (CIN) - .281/.346/.378, 370 AB, 2 HR, 39 SB, 135 wRC+, 2.7 WAR
CF Thomas Hagan (ATL) - .297/.360/.397, 401 AB, 1 HR, 44 SB, 137 wRC+, 6.1 WAR
CF Sheik James (STL) - .295/.322/.395, 400 AB, 3 HR, 33 SB, 126 wRC+, 3.8 WAR
CF Brantley Kriegel (PIT) - .247/.286/.366, 344 AB, 2 HR, 29 SB, 108 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
RF Carl Adams (LAD) - .272/.374/.393, 305 AB, 4 HR, 18 SB, 140 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
RF Vladimiro Trejo (FLA) - .273/.327/.408, 282 AB, 1 HR, 33 SB, 135 wRC+, 2.8 WAR (Injured)
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Achievements, June/July 1918

Injury News:

MLB Career Milestones:
Justus Whitham, San Francisco Giants - 500 SB

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Alejandro Daza, Mississippi, AA - 7K, 2BB
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Tucker Phillips, Lakewood, A - 9K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Vince Cummings, Arkansas, AA - 12K, 4BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:

3+ HR Games:
Erik Jonsson, Charlotte, AAA
John Lee-Jones, Memphis, AAA
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Tristan Hunsinger, New Orleans, AAA - 4 HR
Sure, he was on a rehab assignment, but still.
Jase Bartovich, Springfield, AA
Andrew Thielen, Harrisburg, AA
Dwayne Lobdell, Asheville, A
Josh Moreland, Frisco, AA
Emilio Lemus, Gwinnett, AAA

Cycles:
Pete Gonzalez, Lynchburg, A+
Tony Huber, Ogden, R
John Saastad, Goodyear, R
Wilson Myers, Idaho Falls, R
D.J. Stewart, Augusta, A

Hitting Streaks Ended:
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MLB Career Milestones:
Aiden Shelton, Detroit Tigers - 2000 Hits
Seigi Guizar, Minnesota Twins - 2000 Hits
Murray Gunnell, New York Yankees - 2000 Hits
Aiden Massicotte, Kansas City Royals - 1100 SB
Nic Wiener, St. Louis Cardinals - 600 SB
Vladimiro Trejo, Florida Marlins - 500 SB

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Francis Alcon, Elizabethton, R - 10K, 2BB
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Simon David, Seattle, MLB - 4K, 2BB
Teddy Moorhouse, Columbus, AAA - 8K, 1BB

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Frederic Harris, Pawtucket, AAA - 7 HITS
Brandan Rye, Batavia, A-

3+ HR Games:
Danijel Hocevar, Bowie, AA
Carl Kennedy, Cedar Rapids, A
Cory Copeland, Greensboro, A
Jamal Hamilton, Asheville, A
Brandan Rye, Batavia, A-

Cycles:
Lenny Recker, Aberdeen, A+
Jacob Weakley, Bristol, R
Rod Holloway, Mesa, R
Colin Draper, Port St. Lucie, R
Joshua Gedeon, Peoria (SEA), R

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Elvin Kirby, Trenton, AA - 32G
Eitor Armijo, Baltimore, MLB - 25G
Hobert Hendershot, Chicago White Sox, MLB - 28G

Will Miller, Reno, AA - 27G

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1918 MLB Playoffs

The Indians win their first World Series in team history after making the playoffs 5 different times. 16 out of the 30 teams have won a World Series through the first 19 years of the league.
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AL MVP: Eitor Armijo, 2B, Baltimore Orioles (2) - 8.3 WAR, 131 wRC+, 26.8 ZR

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NL MVP: Thomas Hagan, CF, Atlanta Braves - 8.6 WAR, 120 wRC+, 21.4 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Kangi Bossart, RHP, Los Angeles Angels (2) - 7.3 WAR, 75 FIP-, 1.8 K/BB

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NL Top Pitcher: Justin Zygmunt, RHP, Montreal Expos (4) - 7.1 WAR, 80 FIP-, 3.4 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: D.J. Hammonds, 2B, Kansas City Royals - 5.4 WAR, 154 wRC+, 16.6 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Hermes Segura, 1B, Atlanta Braves - 5.1 WAR, 13* wRC+, 13.5 ZR

AL Reliever of the Year: L.J. Anthony, RHP, Tampa Bay Devil Rays - 3.6 WPA, 82 FIP-, 1.4 K/BB
NL Reliever of the Year: David Izquierdo (3), LHP, PIttsburgh Pirates - 5.2 WPA, 72 FIP-, 2.0 K/BB
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1918 Free Agency

This year we do have some elite guys looking for a spot.

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The NCAA was in really good shape this year, in fact there were more unsigned draftees than there were spots to put on a team.
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1918 Where Are They Now?

Top Prospects:
Kyle Matthews - He was the top overall prospect in 1913 as well as 1912. He had a very good year in 1918, winning the silver slugger at 3B and amassing 4.8 WAR.

Tito Miller - He took over as the top pitching prospect in 1913 and has had a good career so far with 2 all-star appearances. He has missed quite a bit of time due to injury, most recently a 9 month period with a partially torn labrum.

Draftees:
Jon Folsom - The top draft prospect and overall 4th pick in the 1913 draft. He made the 1916 all-star team and has been solidly above average since his debut in 1916.

Seth Lawson - The top high school draft prospect but was not the top high school draftee. He finally got to the major leagues in 1917 after putting up some huge numbers in AA.

Kangi Bossart - The top pitcher in the 1913 draft has won the the last two Pitcher of the Year awards and made two all-star teams.

Andy Qumi - He was actually drafted 1st in 1913 and has been an above average LF for the Rockies. He has won 4 silver sluggers, gone to two all-star games, and was the 1915 NL Division Series MVP.

Thomas Hagan - He was the top high school draftee. His debut year was less than stellar but in both 1917 and 1918 he has put up over 8 WAR. He won the Rookie of the Year, MVP, gold glove, has gone to two all-star games, and is a World Series champ. All before turning 24.

Rory Loos - Loos was the top pitcher drafted and got to the major leagues very quickly. He has been a middle of the rotation starter for the Blue Jays.

Award Winners:
Ryder Jackson - After winning Pitcher of the Year in 1913, his performance dropped down to middle of the rotation level.

Darian Dumond - He was the 1913 AL Rookie of the Year and followed that up with a very good 1914. In 1915, he had a ruptured Achilles tendon and a ruptured medial collateral ligament which put him out for over a year. Following that, he has had a whole slew of injuries.

Other:
Levi Bryant - He had only the second 3 HR game in the majors. He's still around, playing for the Rockies with a few good years and a few bad years.

Scott Resley - Resley had a 41 game hitting streak that never ended as he graduated from college. He's currently on the Cubs AAA team and has yet to play a major league game.

Freddy Fleischer - He pitched the first perfect game in MLB history. 1913 was the best year of his career - 5.9 WAR, all-star team, and AL Division Series MVP. In 1914, he was still above average, but then his career started to fall apart alongside should injuries and he retired in 1918.

Jack Gilkey - The top free agent in the 1913 offseason has been a mid-rotation starter for the White Sox with still two more years left on his contract.

Smack Housand - He was the top hitter on the market. He had one average year for the Royals followed by a few bad ones. He's back on the market heading into his age 33 season.

Dominic Streeper - The top unsigned draftee is already in the Majors. He played 3 years at TCU and was drafted again in 1916. He spent most of the 1918 season with the White Sox as their starting RF.
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