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Old 07-22-2019, 01:39 AM   #81
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Some really good players are on the first ballot, you may see some get elected, or some not first ballot people fall off the ballot this time around...

and the results are in...
No one is elected, but a lot of players, including those who was on the ballot for some time were dropped. Perhaps this will give focus for next year.
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Hopefully there will be some expansion soon, the league been the same size for a while... End of this season I might start doing "What happened to the draft" and pick a draft and see how they did.

2016 Draft

Round 1, Pick 1 - Toronto Alouettes: SP David Beukelman, age 21 out of college (Towson; Towson, MD)

Round 1, Pick 2 - Milwaukee Hops: SP Pete Toney, age 19 out of high school (Rainshadow; Reno, NV)

Round 1, Pick 3 - Boston Clippers: SP Josh Stuckmeyer, age 23 out of college (TCU; Fort Worth, TX)

Round 1, Pick 4 - Atlanta Fire: SP Eric Ledford, age 23 out of college (Gonzaga; Spokane, WA)

Round 1, Pick 5 - Philadelphia Biscuits: SP Jim Holderman, age 20 out of college (St. Bonaventure; St. Bonaventure, NY)

Round 1, Pick 6 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Steve Bernardo, age 20 out of college (Miami (FL); Miami, FL)

Round 1, Pick 7 - San Antonio Flying Monkeys: SP David Lollar, age 19 out of high school (Skyline; Oakland, CA)

Round 1, Pick 8 - Detroit Acorns: SP Matt Campbell, age 18 out of high school (Fairfield; Fairfield, AL)

Round 1, Pick 9 - Pittsburgh River Rats: 2B Brian Bresnahan, age 22 out of college (Cal State-Fullerton; Fullerton, CA)

Round 1, Pick 10 - Los Angeles Federals: SS Alex Dorton, age 22 out of college (Notre Dame; South Bend, IN)

Round 1, Pick 11 - Salt Lake City Saints: SS John Klammer, age 18 out of high school (Kennedy; Cleveland, OH)

Round 1, Pick 12 - Salt Lake City Saints: CF Mike Yeager, age 18 out of high school (East Providence; East Providence, RI)

Round 1, Pick 13 - San Francisco Gold: CL Devon Barnes, age 21 out of college (Texas A&M; College Station, TX)

Round 1, Pick 14 - Houston Biplanes: 2B Joe Strickland, age 22 out of college (Western Michigan; Kalamazoo, MI)

Round 1, Pick 15 - Dallas Bluebirds: CF John Butler, age 21 out of college (Nebraska; Lincoln, NE)

Round 1, Pick 16 - Atlanta Fire: 2B David Brewer, age 18 out of high school (Concordia; Concordia, KS)

Round 1, Pick 17 - Detroit Acorns: SS Ben Hayes, age 21 out of college (Ohio State; Columbus, OH)

Round 1, Pick 18 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Brian Flanders, age 21 out of college (Georgia Tech; Atlanta, GA)

Round 1, Pick 19 - Buffalo Bears: SS Pedro Seballos, age 21 out of college (St. John's; New York, NY)

Round 1, Pick 20 - New York Titans: SS Jeremiah Williams, age 20 out of college (Howard College; Big Spring, TX)

Round 1, Pick 21 - Charlotte Copperheads: SP Dean Rutledge, age 18 out of high school (Hillcrest; Midvale, UT)
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Old 07-22-2019, 10:44 AM   #83
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Someone may notice that the pitching is very different, David Robinson is starting to have father time catch up to him and was on the self for a few months as his body is wearing down. Some are talking that Justin DeSantis is now the best player in the league.

15+ strikeouts

05/27/1916 David Robinson 17 K, 2 BB and 9.0 IP versus Milwaukee while playing for Charlotte

Cycle
07/20/1916 Alfredo Valdez 4 Hits in 4 AB, 1 HR and 6 RBI versus San Francisco while playing for Boston

No hitters

06/19/1916 Jay Brown 1 K, 9 BB and 9 IP versus San Antonio while playing for New York
06/21/1916 Justin DeSantis 5 K, 5 BB and 9 IP versus Salt Lake City while playing for Baltimore
09/30/1916 Dan Rollins 3 K, 0 BB and 9 IP versus Boston while playing for Baltimore

Triple Crown

1916 Justin DeSantis 29-7, 1.09 ERA, 345.2 IP, 73 BB and 227 K

Milestones

04/15/1916 John Barber 2000 Hits, while playing for Charlotte
05/17/1916 Jack Evans 200 Wins, while playing for Philadelphia
05/24/1916 Edwin Villegas 1000 Runs Scored, while playing for Charlotte
05/28/1916 Eric Sullivan 250 Wins, while playing for Charlotte
06/01/1916 Brad Voelker 200 Wins, while playing for Milwaukee
06/11/1916 Edwin Villegas 1000 Runs Batted In, while playing for Charlotte
07/21/1916 John Barber 1000 Runs Scored, while playing for Charlotte
07/29/1916 Dan Rollins 200 Wins, while playing for Baltimore
08/15/1916 Jesus Monge 1000 Runs Scored, while playing for Milwaukee

Hitting Streak

05/25/1916 John Barber 39 Games, while playing for Charlotte
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The Copperheads won the world series again, but it was a close faught affair that was in doubt till game seven in the sixth inning when Charlotte scored six on a Dallas Relief pitcher.
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And we have our first inductee to the Hall of fame. Congrats to Brenton Brown.
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Brown entered the league as the 2nd overall pick of the Inaugural draft.

Highlights include two no hitters, 7 time NL all star, 2 time pitcher of the year, winner of the 1900 world series, and from 1900-1907 was simply one of the best pitchers in baseball.

However in 1907 he tore his ulnar collateral ligament, an in 1908 he ruptured a finger tendon, and quite simply he was not the same, and went from a all star to someone who struggled to stay in the majors.

After the fire dumped his contract to the Titans, he was cut, then bounced from team to team. in 1910 he was a AAA all star, but age had caught up to him and when he found himself playing AA ball, he decided to hang up the cleats, and now is enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
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Lets look back to the 1900 Draft

Round 1, Pick 1 - Toronto Alouettes: CF Josh Marks, age 21 out of college (Northeastern; Boston, MA)

Retired in 1915, Rookie of the Year, six time all star, 12 years of service in the Majors.


Round 1, Pick 2 - Philadelphia Biscuits: SP David Rice, age 22 out of college (Marshall; Huntington, WV)

Retired in 1916, 4 time all star, 13 years of service


Round 1, Pick 3 - New York Titans: CF Emilio Perez, age 21 out of college (Washington; Seattle, WA)

4 time all star, retired in 1912, 8 years service

Round 1, Pick 4 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Dane Maynard, age 18 out of high school (StoneGate Christian Academy; Irving, TX)

1908 reliever of the year, still playing, 9 years service

Round 1, Pick 5 - Dallas Bluebirds: SP Chris Duhon, age 21 out of college (San Diego State; San Diego, CA)

Currently in AA, 11 years of major service

Round 1, Pick 6 - Salt Lake City Saints: SP Tyler Fouse, age 22 out of college (Pepperdine; Malibu, CA)

Retired in 1915, 100 days of majors service

Round 1, Pick 7 - San Francisco Gold: CF Brian McCoy, age 21 out of college (Texas; Austin, TX)

Retired in 1911, 10 years of major service

Round 1, Pick 8 - St. Louis Blues: CF Fernando Fernandez, age 21 out of college (Bryant; Smithfield, RI)

Retired in 1915, 7 time all star, 14 years of service in majors

Round 1, Pick 9 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Ben D'Emilio, age 18 out of high school (Van Arsdale; Brooklyn, NY)

Retired 1916, 7 years of service

Round 1, Pick 10 - Atlanta Fire: SP Scott Kish, age 21 out of college (Akron; Akron, OH)

retired 1915, 10 years of service

Round 1, Pick 11 - Charlotte Copperheads: SP David Taylor, age 22 out of college (Eastern Michigan; Ypsilanti, MI)

Retired 1908 (Injuries), 1+ year of service

Round 1, Pick 12 - Pittsburgh River Rats: CF Ahaziahu Lip****s, age 20 out of college (Sacramento State; Sacramento, CA)

The name that the fourm hates
retired in 1916, 7 time world series champion, 3 time all star, 13 years of service


Round 1, Pick 13 - Detroit Acorns: SP Jake Johnson, age 22 out of college (Washington; Seattle, WA)

Retired 1913, 8 years of service

Round 1, Pick 14 - Milwaukee Hops: 2B Danny Browers, age 23 out of college (Louisville; Louisville, KY)

Retired in 1911, 10 years of major service

Round 1, Pick 15 - Buffalo Bears: 2B Mike Garcia, age 21 out of college (Cal State-Fullerton; Fullerton, CA)

Retired 1914, 8 years of major service

Round 1, Pick 16 - Boston Clippers: SP Dave Keppler, age 20 out of college (New Jersey Tech; Newark, NJ)

Still playing (AAA), 69 days of major service.

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1917 Draft

Round 1, Pick 1 - Los Angeles Federals: SP Chris Schlag, age 21 out of college (Cal State-San Bernardino; San Bernardino, CA)

Round 1, Pick 2 - Toronto Alouettes: SP Ryan Mollema, age 20 out of college (Clemson; Clemson, SC)

Round 1, Pick 3 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Jason Allen, age 18 out of high school (Sprague; Salem, OR)

Round 1, Pick 4 - Boston Clippers: CF Jared Corbin, age 21 out of college (Cincinnati; Cincinnati, OH)

Round 1, Pick 5 - San Antonio Flying Monkeys: 3B Marco Rivera, age 19 out of high school (Sho-Ban; Fort Hall, ID)

Round 1, Pick 6 - Philadelphia Biscuits: 3B Ryan Barton, age 22 out of college (Rice; Houston, TX)

Round 1, Pick 7 - Atlanta Fire: 2B Tim Hansen, age 22 out of college (Stanford; Stanford, CA)

Round 1, Pick 8 - Pittsburgh River Rats: SP David Kunz, age 22 out of college (Clemson; Clemson, SC)

Round 1, Pick 9 - Salt Lake City Saints: CF Scott Recht, age 21 out of college (Wake Forest; Wake Forest, NC)

Round 1, Pick 10 - Detroit Acorns: SP Josh Stuckmeyer, age 24 out of college (TCU; Fort Worth, TX)

Round 1, Pick 11 - Houston Biplanes: 1B Ryan Williams, age 18 out of high school (Caliche; Iliff, CO)

Round 1, Pick 12 - New York Titans: SS Mike O'Brien, age 21 out of college (Boston College; Boston, MA)

Round 1, Pick 13 - Buffalo Bears: 2B Bronson Phillips, age 21 out of college (Tennessee; Knoxville, TN)

Round 1, Pick 14 - Boston Clippers: CL Eric Fell, age 22 out of college (Valparaiso; Valparaiso, IN)

Round 1, Pick 15 - San Francisco Gold: 2B Isaiah Yearby, age 18 out of high school (Cypress; Cypress, CA)

Round 1, Pick 16 - Dallas Bluebirds: 2B Dave Farrar, age 21 out of college (Washington; Seattle, WA)

Round 1, Pick 17 - Milwaukee Hops: 3B Jonathon Nowak, age 21 out of college (San Diego State; San Diego, CA)

Round 1, Pick 18 - Dallas Bluebirds: SP Pat Fales, age 19 out of high school (Luther North; Chicago, IL)

Round 1, Pick 19 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Jon Lloyd, age 18 out of high school (Paideia; Atlanta, GA)

Round 1, Pick 20 - Charlotte Copperheads: CF Jeremy Parker, age 18 out of high school (Pleasant Grove Christian Academy; Fountain Inn, SC)
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Loons make the playoffs!

Milestones

04/17/1917 Edwin Villegas 2000 Hits, while playing for Charlotte
05/11/1917 Ernie Barela 1000 Runs Batted In, while playing for Charlotte
05/11/1917 Marcell Luciani 2000 Hits, while playing for Charlotte
05/30/1917 David Robinson 5000 Strikeouts, while playing for Charlotte
09/09/1917 Gary Mullen 200 Wins, while playing for San Francisco
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Another year, another win by Charlotte,
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Two players are elected to the Hall of fame. a third one almost made it as well.
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Selected in the 6th round of the inaugural draft, Troy Rowe is a 1st ballot hall of fame inductee. A star with the Biscuits quite simply from 1903 to 1910 he was the best, or one of the best AL pitchers.

3x pitcher of the year
8x all star
2x best hitter in position
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Entered the league by the 1st round of the inaugural draft (8th overall), he became a free agent signing for the San Fran Gold (Sox) and was a key part of their run in the 1900s. He entered the hall on his 5th ballot.

4x All star
1x championship winner
3x playoff series MVP
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Looking back at the 1901 first round

Draft first round is as follows for the year of 1901

Round 1, Pick 1 - Salt Lake City Saints: SP Josh Leighton, age 22 out of college (Auburn; Auburn, AL)

Retired in 1914, 11 years of service

Round 1, Pick 2 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Chris Duhon, age 22 out of college (San Diego State; San Diego, CA)

Retired 1917, 11 years of service

Round 1, Pick 3 - Pittsburgh River Rats: SP Casey Jones, age 21 out of college (UIC; Chicago, IL)

Retired in 1907, 2 years service (ulnar collateral ligament tear ended his playing days)

Round 1, Pick 4 - St. Louis Blues: 2B Jimmy Swedenburg, age 22 out of college (Dallas Baptist; Dallas, TX)

Retired in 1913, 1x all star, 8 years of service

Round 1, Pick 5 - Toronto Alouettes: CF Joe Bickford, age 22 out of college (South Florida; Tampa, FL)

Rookie of the year, 2x world series champ, 2x all star, retired in 1913 after 11 years of service.

Round 1, Pick 6 - Dallas Bluebirds: SP Eric Sullivan, age 23 out of college (Radford; Radford, VA)

Still in league, 1916 pitcher of the year, 2x playoff series mvp, 2x all star, 6x world series winner. 14+ years of service

Round 1, Pick 7 - San Francisco Gold: SP Nick Murphy, age 20 out of college (Stanford; Stanford, CA)

Retired in 1913, 9 years of service

Round 1, Pick 8 - Philadelphia Biscuits: CF Frank Kincaid, age 19 out of high school (Plano East; Plano, TX)

Free agent , ROY, 4x all star

Round 1, Pick 9 - Charlotte Copperheads: SP Jake Johnson, age 23 out of college (Washington; Seattle, WA)

Retired in 1913, 8 years of service


Round 1, Pick 10 - Detroit Acorns: CL Robby Babinski, age 22 out of college (Alcorn State; Fayette, MS)

Still in league, 3x all star 10+ years of service

Round 1, Pick 11 - Buffalo Bears: SP Josh Vines, age 18 out of high school (Olney Friends; Barnesville, OH)


Retired in 1916, 1x all star, 2x world series champ. 10 years of service

Round 1, Pick 12 - Boston Clippers: SP Dave Bragg, age 21 out of college (Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA)

Retired in 1916, 9 years of service

Round 1, Pick 13 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Victor Barrientos, age 23 out of college (North Carolina State; Raleigh, NC)

Retired 1913, 6 years of service

Round 1, Pick 14 - Detroit Acorns: SP Matt Wright, age 22 out of college (North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC)


Retired 1909, 163 days of service (just was a bust)

Round 1, Pick 15 - Milwaukee Hops: 2B Steve Malm, age 21 out of college (Long Beach State; Long Beach, CA)


retired 1915, 9 years of service


Round 1, Pick 16 - Atlanta Fire: SP Ben Ehrlich, age 19 out of college (Miami (FL); Miami, FL)

Retired 1915, 1 year of service


Round 1, Pick 17 - Boston Clippers: SP Dave Chaidez, age 22 out of college (Tennessee; Knoxville, TN)

Still playing (A Ball), 3x all star, 14 years service

Round 1, Pick 18 - Dallas Bluebirds: SS Eric Mann, age 21 out of college (Georgia Tech; Atlanta, GA)
retired in 1915, 8 years service

Round 1, Pick 19 - New York Titans: CF Josh Summers, age 18 out of high school (Carver; Columbus, GA)

Retired 1917, 1x MVP, 4x all star
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1918 Draft

Round 1, Pick 1 - New York Titans: SP Pedro Rodriguez, age 21 out of college (Arizona State; Tempe, AZ)

Round 1, Pick 2 - Los Angeles Federals: SP Steve DeMarco, age 20 out of college (Louisville; Louisville, KY)

Round 1, Pick 3 - Atlanta Fire: SP Chris Schlag, age 22 out of college (Cal State-San Bernardino; San Bernardino, CA)

Round 1, Pick 4 - Milwaukee Hops: CF Trevor McFarland, age 18 out of high school (Palmetto Ridge; Naples, FL)

Round 1, Pick 5 - Pittsburgh River Rats: SP Jason Alvarado, age 22 out of college (St. John's; New York, NY)

Round 1, Pick 6 - Detroit Acorns: SP David Irish, age 21 out of college (California; Berkeley, CA)

Round 1, Pick 7 - Houston Biplanes: SS Jamie Calderon, age 23 out of college (Memphis; Memphis, TN)

Round 1, Pick 8 - Los Angeles Federals: SP Tim Yoder, age 21 out of college (Muhlenburg; Allentown, PA)

Round 1, Pick 9 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Ryan Kot, age 23 out of college (West Virginia; Morgantown, WV)

Round 1, Pick 10 - Philadelphia Biscuits: RF Tyler Hayslett, age 21 out of college (UNC Charlotte; Charlotte, NC)

Round 1, Pick 11 - Salt Lake City Saints: SP Will Ruffing, age 21 out of college (North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC)

Round 1, Pick 12 - Buffalo Bears: 2B Jaylen Moore, age 18 out of high school (Boyne Falls; Boyne Falls, MI)

Round 1, Pick 13 - Dallas Bluebirds: SP John Scherer, age 21 out of college (Southern; Baton Rouge, LA)

Round 1, Pick 14 - Boston Clippers: SS Rafael Roque, age 21 out of college (Florida International; Miami, FL)

Round 1, Pick 15 - San Francisco Gold: SP Scott Pennington, age 23 out of college (Maryland; College Park, MD)

Round 1, Pick 16 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Justin Reagan, age 19 out of high school (Golden Gate; Naples, FL)

Round 1, Pick 17 - Toronto Alouettes: SS Josh West, age 22 out of college (Butler; Indianapolis, IN)

Round 1, Pick 18 - San Antonio Flying Monkeys: SP Calvin Dority, age 18 out of college (Rutgers; New Brunswick, NJ)

Round 1, Pick 19 - Charlotte Copperheads: CF Terry Ruscio, age 18 out of high school (Dutch Fork; Irmo, SC)
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For those who were wondering, David Robinson who dominated the pitching world for 10 years blew out his elbow.

No Hitters (including the playoffs of 1917)

10/15/1917 Rico de la Cruz 3 K, 2 BB and 9 IP versus Toronto while playing for Charlotte
04/08/1918 Chris White 3 K, 2 BB and 9 IP versus Houston while playing for Philadelphia
06/02/1918 Matt McGoldrick 2 K, 1 BB and 9 IP versus Toronto while playing for Atlanta

Milestones

05/09/1918 Isaiah Robertson 2000 Hits, while playing for Toronto
06/12/1918 Eric Sullivan 300 Wins, while playing for San Francisco
06/13/1918 Marcell Luciani 1500 Runs Scored, while playing for Charlotte
08/16/1918 Jack Evans 2000 Strikeouts, while playing for Charlotte
08/27/1918 John Barber 2500 Hits, while playing for Charlotte
09/08/1918 John Barber 1000 Runs Batted In, while playing for Charlotte
09/29/1918 Mitch Harpine 2000 Hits, while playing for Atlanta
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Congrats to the 1918 Dallas Bluebirds for winning the world series.
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Willie Castejon enters the hall of fame.
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Entered the league in the inaugural draft from the 6th round.

6x all star, 2x world series, 1x Playoff MVP

For 14 years Castrejon was the bedrock starting pitcher for the Toronto franchise, leading them to the first real dynasty winning twice in three years the world championship.
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Looking back at the 1902 draft

Round 1, Pick 1 - Pittsburgh River Rats: SP Tyrell Breaux, age 17 out of high school (Plano; Plano, TX)

Retired in 1918, 11 years of service, 1x all star

Round 1, Pick 2 - Salt Lake City Saints: SP Brad Gearhart, age 18 out of high school (Gunn; Palo Alto, CA)

Still playing (AAA), 7 years of service.

Round 1, Pick 3 - Detroit Acorns: SP Rich Baker, age 22 out of college (Vanderbilt; Nashville, TN)
Retired 1910, 100 days of service

Round 1, Pick 4 - Toronto Alouettes: 2B Juan Duran, age 22 out of college (Florida; Gainesville, FL)
Retired in 1917, 8x all star, 2x world champ, 14 years of service.

Round 1, Pick 5 - Charlotte Copperheads: SP Alex Fielding, age 19 out of college (Rockhurst; Kansas City, MO)

Retired in 1909, 2 years of service.

Round 1, Pick 6 - St. Louis Blues: SP Brad Voelker, age 18 out of high school (Flint Hill; Oakton, VA)

Still in league, 2x all star, 13+ years of service

Round 1, Pick 7 - San Francisco Gold: CF Antonio Checo, age 22 out of college (Oklahoma State; Stillwater, OK)

Retired in 1914, 5x all star

Round 1, Pick 8 - Philadelphia Biscuits: SP Steve Rauschenberger, age 18 out of high school (Providence Academy/Heritage Christian Academy/Calvin Christian; Plymouth, MN)

Unsigned but not retired, 9 years of service in journeyman duty.

Round 1, Pick 9 - New York Titans: SS Alex Jacobs, age 21 out of college (Kent State; Kent, OH)
Retired 1911, 7 years of service

Round 1, Pick 10 - Dallas Bluebirds: SP Scott Lundell, age 21 out of college (Texas Tech; Lubbock, TX)
retired in 1916, 11 years of service

Round 1, Pick 11 - Baltimore Black Sox: SP Dan Rollins, age 18 out of high school (Kecoughtan; Hampton, VA)

Still in league, 5x all star


Round 1, Pick 12 - Buffalo Bears: SP Andy Adragna, age 19 out of high school (Wabasso; Wabasso, MN)

Still playing (AAA), 42 days of service (pulling a bull durham.)

Round 1, Pick 13 - Milwaukee Hops: SS Kevin Rosenbluth, age 21 out of college (St. Louis; St. Louis, MO)
retired in 1916, 2x world series, 1x all star, 7 years service


Round 1, Pick 14 - Boston Clippers: SP Dan Nichols, age 18 out of high school (Bishop Timon-St. Jude; Buffalo, NY)

Retired in 1917, 3x all star, 10 years service

Round 1, Pick 15 - Atlanta Fire: SP Preston Olson, age 18 out of high school (Savannah; Savannah, GA)
Still in league, 12+ years of service

Round 1, Pick 16 - Brooklyn Loons: SP Kyle Dampier, age 18 out of high school (Derby; Derby, KS)

Retired in 1918, 2 years of service.
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