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Old 06-14-2019, 12:59 AM   #61
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1952 MLB Draft

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Emanuel Santistevan was drafted first overall. He does have a fragile injury history but finished in the top 3 for the Johan Velez MVP award twice in High School as well as once for the NCAA Phoenix Amoss MVP award. He was originally drafted 4th overall in 1949 by the Cardinals but failed to sign.

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The top pitcher drafted was Batbilguun Bohrer - your traditional Mongolian college pitcher. That is actually his second nationality as he was born in Santa Fe, TX. He has three almost MLB-ready pitches (fastball, slider, changeup) but his control is lacking quite a bit.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Cincinnati Reds: CF Emanuel Santistevan, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: SP Batbilgüün Bohrer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Baltimore Orioles: LF Kinichi Hamamoto, age 18
Round 1, Pick 4 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Remy Bukharin, age 21
Round 1, Pick 5 - Florida Marlins: SP Wes Sowers, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Oakland Athletics: 1B Hector Boss, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Minnesota Twins: 3B Bobby Avalos, age 18
Round 1, Pick 8 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 2B Alfonso Booker, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Houston Astros: C Nathan Reifsnyder, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Atlanta Braves: 1B Owen Merchant, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Chicago Cubs: SS Cecil Culpepper, age 18
Round 1, Pick 12 - Colorado Rockies: SP Jacob Parsons, age 18
Round 1, Pick 13 - Arizona Diamondbacks: SP Olivier Goulet, age 22
Round 1, Pick 14 - San Francisco Giants: LF Sebastian Yglesias, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Chicago White Sox: 3B Darwin Yi, age 21
Round 1, Pick 16 - Philadelphia Phillies: CF Hernando Bonilla, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Texas Rangers: RF Kolten Bachmann, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Seattle Mariners: SP Cassidy Byers, age 21
Round 1, Pick 19 - Montreal Expos: SP Erik Haney, age 18
Round 1, Pick 20 - Cleveland Indians: SP Christopher Price, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Toronto Blue Jays: 2B Brian Tuttle, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - San Diego Padres: 3B P.J. Lozada, age 21
Round 1, Pick 23 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Peter Erlenbach, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - New York Mets: 3B Danny Leet, age 21
Round 1, Pick 25 - New York Yankees: CF Luke Gonzales, age 21
Round 1, Pick 26 - Kansas City Royals: SP Zak Sullivan, age 21
Round 1, Pick 27 - Boston Red Sox: SP Valerio Bustillos, age 22
Round 1, Pick 28 - Detroit Tigers: LF Scot Bailey, age 21
Round 1, Pick 29 - San Diego Padres: SS Ackley Sedik, age 21
Round 1, Pick 30 - St. Louis Cardinals: SP Val Lathan, age 21
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1952 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
P Leonard Cox 4.73 TEX
CF Osvaldo Botello 4.03 DET
RF Solomon Stubbs 3.82 TEX
P Paul Penisten 3.67 OAK
P Aiden Miller 3.48 LAA
SS Benito Flores 3.33 BOS
P Damien Testa 3.30 KC
1B Landon Smythe 3.28 KC
RF Paul Stevens 3.16 CLE
P Bento Cordero 3.04 DET
3B Oliver Nedelman 2.96 NYY
RF Gene Warner 2.88 MIN
1B Kengo Toyoshima 2.77 TOR
SS Dylan Pierce 2.60 HOU
2B Sandro Vasquez 2.54 TEX
2B Preston Huerta 2.40 CLE
C Jake Joyce 2.39 MIN
P Lincoln Sengul 2.27 OAK
LF Rene Marcillas 2.20 SEA
SS Horacio Quiles 2.18 DET
P Julio Cesar Rosendo 2.08 DET
C Rod Brummet 1.63 NYY
P Herwin Bucciarelli 1.32 TOR
P Leo Ryan 1.15 TEX
P Taylor Stanley 0.80 TB


National League:

position name war team
P E.J. LaFleur 4.54 NYM
P Justin Glatfelter 4.25 COL
P Jackson Muhs 3.79 SD
P Ichabod Rogers 3.68 PIT
P Mark Perry 3.64 SF
SS Charlie Bruce 3.51 COL
3B Desmond Bell 3.39 FLA
SS Steward Menendez 3.38 ATL
P Kurt Albanese 3.14 PHI
2B Levi Owen 3.06 COL
CF Brady Sheard 3.01 FLA
1B Edison Krolikowski 2.95 NYM
1B Lindsay Waters 2.89 SF
2B Hatsuhiko Matsunaga 2.77 ATL
RF Cherif Langevin 2.76 SD
1B Ryan Rishell 2.69 COL
LF Dustin Perkins 2.63 PHI
3B Desmond Turner 2.58 PHI
1B Randy Cannon 2.53 FLA
C Karl Hofer 2.42 ATL
C Teddy Pence 2.21 MIL
P Nick Fells 1.46 CIN
P Gavin Felix 1.28 ATL
P John Rafael 1.18 NYM
P Rob Spiliotis 0.79 MIL
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Achievements, June through October 1952

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Tim Janus, Rome, A - 3K, 5BB
Norbert Bastien, Jupiter, R - 6K, 2BB
Jason Bennett, Rome, A, 5K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Joshua Joyce, San Antonio, AAA - 3K, 5BB
Tim Sweeney, South Bend, A - 6K, 1BB
Sandy Savage, Jupiter, A+ - 5K, 5BB
Dave Swartz, Inland Empire, A+ - 2K, 2BB
Penn Daniel, Port St. Lucie, R - 7K, 3BB
Clyde Wilson, Harrisburg, AA - 5K, 1BB
Rusty Murphy, St. Louis, MLB - 7K, 3BB
Mark Perry, San Francisco, MLB - 7K, 3BB

Dewald Riemer, Tampa, R - 12K, 1BB
Kurt D'Arcy, Southern Maryland, IND - 3K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Devante Clark, Albuquerque, AAA - 25G
Owen Theroux, Missoula, R - 25G
Jesus Castillo, Erie, AA - 25G
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1952 MLB Playoffs

The Yankees have been slightly below .500 in team history at 4292-4297 and have won two World Series. Their first championship was in 1907 led by Hall of Famers Alfredo Cruz and Murray Gunnell.
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1952 MLB Award Winners

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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Osvaldo Botello, CF, Detroit Tigers - 6.4 WAR, 132 wRC+, 6.7 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 6.8 WAR, 68 FIP-, 2.8 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Steward Menendez, SS, Atlanta Braves - 5.9 WAR, 118 wRC+, 5.0 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: E.J. LaFleur, RHP, New York Mets - 6.5 WAR, 77 FIP-, 3.0 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Simon Brice, 2B, New York Yankees - 4.2 WAR, 117 wRC+, 2.0 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Santiago Mendoza, LHP, San Diego Padres - 4.8 WAR, 90 FIP-, 1.3 K/BB
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Bond Lott, LHP

Lott's wipeout slider carried him through his major league career as a dominant pitcher - 8th all-time in WAR and 5th all-time in JAWS. He is one of four pitchers to ever pass the 2,000 K mark, behind J.P. Avila, Zach Jensen, and Devon McFadden. Lott was drafted 8th overall by the Phillies in 1930 out of Carbondale High School in Illinois and spent time with the Phillies, Mets, Blue Jays, and Indians in his career. He won four Pitcher of the Year awards and was a 5-time all-star.

Career Stats: 3716.7 IP, 1241 BB, 2007 K, 3.24 FIP, 86 FIP-, 75.2 WAR, 67.5 JAWS

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Dale Estrada, CF

Estrada was drafted by the Brewers 1st overall in 1932 out of Rice University. Most of the value in his career came as a member of the Brewers but he spent more years as a member of the Braves. He never won an MVP award but was a three-time all-star, gold glove winner, and playoff MVP. His career stats place him solidly in the top-10 CF all-time, with similar numbers to Jax Slaughter. Estrada's 2,808 hits are fifth all-time, slotting him just behind Lester Taylor.

Career Stats: 12195 PA, 2808 H, 239 HR, 284 SB, .333 wOBA, 105 wRC+, 79.7 ZR, 57 WAR, 46.6 JAWS

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K.J. Wright, SS

Wright was the MVP in 1941, won two gold gloves, three silver sluggers, went to four all-star games, was a two-time playoff MVP, and won the ultimate award -- a World Series championship. He was drafted 10th overall by the Tigers in 1936 out of Boston College. Both his WAR and JAWS totals are 7th all-time for shortstops.

Career Stats: 7274 PA, 1767 H, 65 HR, 123 SB, .350 wOBA, 114 wRC+, 88.9 ZR, 51.2 WAR, 45.3 JAWS

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Luciano Hutson, SS

Hutson is an interesting case - he is the only Hall of Fame player to have fewer than 1,000 hits and one of two (Oliver Finnie) to have fewer than 5,000 PA. However, when comparing his career to other SS, it rises to the top as elite, primarily on the strength of his defense. Hutson was drafted with the 659th overall pick by the Marlins in 1936 out of Island Trees High School in Levittown, NY. He won three gold gloves, went to 6 all-star games, was a silver slugger, and World Series champ.

Career Stats: 4968 PA, 929 H, 23 HR, 185 SB, .340 wOBA, 112 wRC+, 134.5 ZR, 46 WAR, 43.1 JAWS

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Anthony Taubman, 2B

Taubman spent his entire 15 year career with the Braves after getting drafted 1st overall in 1937. He was on the Washington State national championship team his final year of college - a pretty good first week of June for the young Anthony. He then won the Rookie of the Year award in 1938, along with his first of two gold gloves and first of two silver sluggers. He was a three-time all-star and 1945 NLCS MVP.

Career Stats: 8337 PA, 2008 H, 170 HR, 138 SB, .338 wOBA, 111 wRC+, 68.9 ZR, 47.8 WAR, 41.1 JAWS
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1953 Top 100 Prospects

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The Orioles' Juan Alonzo is the top prospect in baseball this year. He is an all-around hitter with a good chance to stay in CF for a while. Alonzo was originally a scouting discovery out of the Dominican Republic.

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The number one pitcher is Jordan Berger -- the first pitcher selected in both the 1948 and 1951 drafts. He is already major league ready and would start the season on the Twins' roster but is currently out with a strained hamstring.
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Love that Hutson goes into the Hall after having been picked with the 659th pick of the draft. Going in with a couple of #1's, a #8 and a #10.
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1953 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
1B Drew McDowell 2.16 STAN
CF Roger Rosario 2.00 OK
3B Victor Quezada 1.98 MD
CF Isidro Kraft 1.96 MICH
2B J.D. Moreno 1.84 UHC
LF Harrison Holmes 1.76 LBSU
P Rich Migliore 1.76 STAN
RF Meredith Applewhite 1.75 UCLA
SS Noah Brandmeyer 1.71 HCC
C Ramell Freeman 1.70 SMG
1B Tsuneyoshi Yamashida 1.69 MIA
CF Shinichiro Kitagawa 1.43 UHC
P Vicente Rocha 1.41 UCSB
P Jase Pekarek 1.36 MIN
P Nicky Henslee 1.35 MIS
C Mose Jeter 1.32 TEN
P Bradford Baugh 1.09 FLA
P Russ Tobin 1.05 CSF
P Caleb Bathauer 0.82 GAT
P Owen Jaquess 0.58 TCU


Team 2:

position name war school
1B Ulysses Gleeson 2.06 SCB
SS Payton Freeman 2.04 FSB
RF Rafael Eberhardt 1.83 ALA
CF Michael Oduro 1.80 ND
3B Jacques Edwards 1.70 RO
CF Erick Cortez 1.70 NCST
P B.J. Fischer 1.68 FSB
2B Noah Gaarder 1.61 IOWA
LF K.J. Gusatu 1.60 WASH
P P.J. Godwin 1.57 SJRS
P Brendon Gorgas 1.57 ASU
RF Louie Cotto 1.50 MIN
P Alijah Georgian 1.44 MD
P Bryce Hayes 1.29 PIT
P Freddie Ryan 1.29 TEN
LF Pete Pals 1.28 IND
C Max Stamm 1.05 SCG
C Jackson Wagner 0.97 DUK
P Julen Cordero 0.39 WV
P Yale McGlynn 0.25 MIN
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1953 College Playoffs

The Holy Cross Crusaders won their very first National Championship in team history.
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Achievements, April/May 1953

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Harry Simons, Stanford, NCAA - 7K, 2BB
Arturo Armani, Arizona State, NCAA - 12K, 2BB
Elbert Calamia, Holy Cross, NCAA - 10K, 4BB
Jake Richman, El Capitan, CIF - 16K, 3BB
Yoshida Yamamoto, St Johns, NCAA - 15K, 0BB, 1HBP
Arturo Armani, Arizona State, NCAA - 7K, 1BB
Kevin Cook, Valley Catholic, OSAA - 14K, 2BB
Landon Jones, Pennsylvania, NCAA - 12K, 0BB, 1HBP

17+ Strikeout Games:
R.C. Riehl, Hobbs, NMAA - 17K
Tim Yo, Evanston, IHSA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Joshua Rennick, Nazareth Academy, IHSA - 35G
Alexander Patin, Lehigh Valley, AAA - 28G
Lyle Stein, Down East, A+ - 27G
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Bradford Baugh - the 1st overall pick in 1950 - failed to sign and went to the University of Florida. Well he was drafted 1st overall again this year.

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The top hitter drafted was Ulysses Gleeson - most of his offensive tools are coming of age but his discipline is still lacking.

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Farah Antunes--born in Wesport, MA--but with family history in Somalia, was the first high-schooler off the board. He has quite a few pitches but none of them are quite ready yet.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Bradford Baugh, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Toronto Blue Jays: 1B Ulysses Gleeson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: SP Jon Merfeld, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: SP Batbilgüün Bohrer, age 22
Round 1, Pick 5 - Houston Astros: RF Meredith Applewhite, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Milwaukee Brewers: CF Roger Rosario, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Florida Marlins: SP Yoshida Yamamoto, age 21
Round 1, Pick 8 - Minnesota Twins: SP Farah Antunes, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 1B Tsuneyoshi Yamashida, age 21
Round 1, Pick 10 - Chicago Cubs: SS Steffen Eckman, age 18
Round 1, Pick 11 - Chicago White Sox: SS Noah Brandmeyer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - Chicago Cubs: SS Latrell Plummer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 13 - Oakland Athletics: SS Rafioby Palacios, age 18
Round 1, Pick 14 - Montreal Expos: SP Kazuhiko Takahashi, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Los Angeles Angels: SP B.J. Fischer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 16 - Cincinnati Reds: SP Dakota Tripp, age 21
Round 1, Pick 17 - Baltimore Orioles: SP Aaron Bjorgo, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - New York Mets: CF Peter Young, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Texas Rangers: SP Bill Sullivan, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - Colorado Rockies: 3B Aaron Burr, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - St. Louis Cardinals: CF Erick Cortez, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - San Francisco Giants: RF Roman Vandenberg, age 18
Round 1, Pick 23 - Atlanta Braves: RF Landon Ballard, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Kansas City Royals: 3B Ric Avila, age 18
Round 1, Pick 25 - Detroit Tigers: SP Henry Chorkin, age 18
Round 1, Pick 26 - Philadelphia Phillies: SP Felipe Solis, age 21
Round 1, Pick 27 - Boston Red Sox: CL Andres Padron, age 22
Round 1, Pick 28 - New York Yankees: SP D.J. Ponce, age 21
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1953 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
P Ponce Osornio 6.17 SEA
LF Matt Hammond 4.47 TEX
P Finn Loconte 4.45 NYY
P Moses Lawson 4.20 BOS
LF Wade Castleberry 4.15 MIN
3B Donovan Rogers 3.69 HOU
1B Eddie Miguel 3.44 TEX
2B Simon Brice 3.38 NYY
LF Andrew Swan 3.35 LAA
P Aiden Miller 3.29 LAA
3B Oliver Nedelman 3.27 NYY
P Ronnie Struemph 3.16 NYY
CF Tadeu Ruelas 3.11 KC
RF Solomon Stubbs 3.10 TEX
RF David Findlay 2.78 KC
P Lucas Reillo 2.73 NYY
CF Osvaldo Botello 2.46 DET
1B Kasper Chase 2.29 DET
C Peter Cleare 2.05 OAK
SS Sandro Vasquez 1.68 TEX
P Nemesio Padilla 1.67 OAK
C Tony Jewell 1.54 CHA
P David Saler 1.35 MIN
P Sebastian Turner 0.79 SEA
P Parker Whitaker 0.04 BAL


National League:

position name war team
P Delano Dania 4.23 MON
P Justin Glatfelter 3.57 COL
3B Vasili Ermakov 3.55 MIL
3B Desmond Turner 3.50 PHI
CF Dave Jordon 3.48 LAD
RF Guy Hubbell 3.40 ARI
P Marlon Schooley 3.37 CIN
1B Alex Colley 3.35 CIN
2B Maverick Nugent 3.04 SF
3B Caleb Caldwell 2.89 ARI
P Mark Perry 2.87 SF
CF J.T. Chubb 2.82 NYM
P Elijah Shavers 2.76 CHC
P Dodo Green 2.74 LAD
LF Ladarius Hightower 2.56 ARI
C Dallas Nissen 2.44 CHC
C Michael Remak 2.42 PHI
LF Ryan Udaya 2.30 PIT
LF Dustin Perkins 2.25 PHI
3B Emilio Forrest 2.23 SD
SS Bali Nalls 1.76 STL
P Jermaine Allen 1.71 STL
P Rudolf Haney 1.15 MON
P Paul Seelbinder 1.05 CHC
P John Rafael 0.90 NYM
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Achievements, June through October 1953

MLB Owner Changes:
Baltimore Orioles owner Moe Young Jr. passed away, his son Bradon Young takes over.
Cincinnati Reds were sold to Henry Roebuck.
Los Angeles Dodgers were sold to Connor Cetin.

MLB Career Milestones:
Ponce Osornio, Seattle Mariners - Won the pitching triple crown
Osornio is the first pitcher to win the triple crown since Justin Zygmunt did so for the second time in 1920.

7+ Hit Games:
Landen George, Bowie, AA - 7H

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Marcel Doe, Syracuse, AAA - 3K, 3BB
Christian Rose, Peoria, R - 9K, 4BB
Batbilguun Bohrer, Montgomery, AA - 10K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME
Stew Aurilia, Winston-Salem, A+ - 0K, 2BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Gabriel Van Fleet, Bowling Green, A - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Gaman Hutchcraft, Scottsdale, R - 27G
Aiden Polesky, Pennsylvania, IND - 29G
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1953 MLB Playoffs

The Brewers finally made it back into the playoffs but lost to the Rangers in the World Series. This was the Rangers' 4th win.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Wade Castleberry, LF, Minnesota Twins - 6.8 WAR, 168 wRC+, -6.8 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 8.7 WAR, 73 FIP-, 3.4 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Emilio Forrest, SS, San Diego Padres - 5.5 WAR, 128 wRC+, 3.3 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: Mark Perry, RHP, San Francisco Giants - 6.1 WAR, 85 FIP-, 1.3 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Hector Boss, 1B, Oakland Athletics - 5.2 WAR, 158 wRC+, 5.3 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Dave Jordon, CF, Los Angeles Dodgers - 5.2 WAR, 104 wRC+, 25.6 ZR
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Gabe Longoria, RHP

Longoria was stable and steady with 13 seasons of between 3 and 6 WAR. He started 454 games over that span, putting him 9th all-time in the stat. Recent inductee John Kalinoski holds the record with 610 games started in his career. Longoria won two gold gloves and a World Series and spent his entire time in the majors with the Expos. He was an international discovery out of the Dominican Republic in 1931.

Career Stats: 3993 IP, 1167 BB, 1322 K, 3.55 FIP, 97 FIP-, 59.1 WAR, 53.3 JAWS

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Maxwell Williford, 1B

Williford jumped around a couple of times and split his career evenly between the Reds, Marlins, and Rangers. He was a 5-time all-star, 5-time silver slugger, gold glove winner, and World Series champion and MVP. He was drafted 23rd overall by the Marlins in 1935.

Career Stats: 9641 PA, 2327 H, 233 HR, .358 wOBA, 121 wRC+, 104.3 ZR, 52.3 WAR, 42 JAWS

Jaden Breaux, RHP

Breaux had a great borderline HOF career and was especially good for a pitcher drafted in the middle of the 2nd round. He was taken out of Pendleton High School by the Rockies, where he spent two long stints. He went to three all-star games and lacked the peak that Gabe Longoria had that pushed him into the Hall.

Career Stats: 3329.7 IP, 1023 BB, 1035 K, 3.53 FIP, 91 FIP-, 57.6 WAR, 41.5 JAWS
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If Bradford Baugh stays healthy, he's going to be the top pitching prospect for the next few years as he has just made it to Single-A.

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The Brewers have the first overall hitting prospect after their first overall draft pick a few years ago. Paul Vines has been working hard in the minor leagues and is getting close to MLB-ready.
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1954 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
LF Jase Willis 2.62 FOR
1B Patrick Arzuaga 2.15 NCST
SS Drew McDowell 2.00 STAN
P Freddie Ryan 1.69 TEN
P Jeremiah Tomasi 1.68 TCU
RF Bentley Drake 1.65 BC
P P.J. Godwin 1.63 SJRS
P Con Azar 1.54 PIT
2B Daniel Ravin 1.51 PIT
CF Rob Buckley 1.51 MD
P Maurice Luciano 1.40 SCB
CF Javi Gallardo 1.37 OKST
3B Mickey Owens 1.30 TAMU
C Wes Evangelista 1.25 MIN
C Max Stamm 1.22 SCG
P Alijah Georgian 1.21 MD
CF Shinichiro Kitagawa 1.08 UHC
SS Cecil Culpepper 0.91 LOY
P Terrence Aoki 0.75 ILL
P Hyo-Jin Park 0.52 UA


Team 2:

position name war school
C Jackson Wagner 1.53 DUK
LF Javorn Lee 1.53 SMG
CF Sebastian Essig 1.51 UA
P J.D. Carter 1.49 MSU
RF Carl Hooker 1.48 MIS
P Jack Teager 1.48 OKST
3B Jeff Carragher 1.47 UHC
P Pat Spencer 1.39 PSU
SS Payton Freeman 1.37 FSB
SS Kaiden Watson 1.31 PSU
P Robert Rogers 1.27 WASH
RF Christopher Palacios 1.18 GAT
P Russ Tobin 1.14 CSF
P Mohamade Thela 1.13 UNM
C T.J. Stremel 1.11 MSU
P Jeremy Corson 1.10 PIT
2B Noah Gaarder 1.01 IOWA
1B Ulysses Gleeson 1.00 SCB
1B Jaden Guerrero 0.91 SHP
P Pete Woodard 0.63 BAY
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The St Johns Red Storm become just the third school to win at least three national championships - Ohio State (4), Florida (3).
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