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Old 01-16-2019, 10:00 AM   #41
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You're welcome! I've noticed some problems that you may want to look into - all the player contracts are at league minimum in 1900 and when I tried to fix it the first offseason, none of the teams had money for free agents.
If I just let this play out past the first season, it should be OK, shouldn't it? I don't have a problem with no free agent movement in the first year.

I am so impressed by all the work that went into this. This truly is a quickstart, with the teams ready to roll, stadiums all set, very deep minors, and all the college feeder leagues.

After just five games, I'm already trying to figure out how to deal one of the best HR hitters in the game because he's made four errors at 1b already.
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If I just let this play out past the first season, it should be OK, shouldn't it? I don't have a problem with no free agent movement in the first year.

I am so impressed by all the work that went into this. This truly is a quickstart, with the teams ready to roll, stadiums all set, very deep minors, and all the college feeder leagues.

After just five games, I'm already trying to figure out how to deal one of the best HR hitters in the game because he's made four errors at 1b already.
Thanks again! I believe the stats are going to be close to 1900's so 4 errors might be good defensively? I haven't specifically looked at how that first year works with the contracts and I believe it will matter if they are just 1-year contracts or if they are all starting out in their first year of team control. I haven't seen any long-term problems with the league running out of money so it should get fixed on its own at some point.
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Old 01-16-2019, 08:10 PM   #43
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NAME SCANDAL ROCKS LEAGUE!

In shocking news far overshadowing opening day in 1901, a massive conspiracy to hide the identities of Dominican and Cuban players was uncovered. At the center of it was last year's top prospect, formerly known as Apsuhomya Prusko. His real name is Yago Pimentel and there are some who believe that his current UCL injury, causing him to miss the entire season, is not an accident.

In total, over 140 Dominican and Cuban players were found to be mixed up in this scandal. Also of note was the pitcher who threw the first pitch in league history, Louis-Alexandre Darger, now known as Bernaldino Loma.
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1901 Top Prospects

The 1901 Top 100 Prospect List is out, led by Tampa Bay's Nate Verity, the 4th overall pick in last year's draft. The top 9 are all batters and the top pitcher is Bulgarian Eleneki Gumlaw, selected 30th in the 1900 draft by the Baltimore Orioles.

*I would like to format these top prospect lists differently in the future.
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Ah, I was considering trying one of these a year ago for a fictional setting, but had another year long project get in the way last year.

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Players come in at age 14 and all players are created at that age. Most of the high potential high schoolers get drafted into the MLB right away and very few end up in college. I couldn't find a way around this without creating way too many leagues.
How many players are you creating for each HS team?

With MLB and 7 levels of minors, you will probably have to run a full 1200 player draft each year, and thus, you'll have to make 1200 new players per year.

Considering that some of these kids will be golden boys, and some will be crap, you'll probably want more than that so better players can separate themselves from the chaff that get weeded out at the HS and College level before professional.

So to keep more players through the leagues:
1. Set an Age Minimum for the MLB. This will keep the MLB from grabbing the younglings before some College.
2. Drop the number of Minor Leagues to 3 levels. This should cut the number of players needed for the draft in half, meaning more stick around in College and less move directly from HS.
3. Greatly increase the number of players going through the HS system. Most HS teams are made of Seniors, Juniors, and have only the occasional superstar Freshman or Sophomore, when not using them for benchwarmer/game experience.
4. Increase the number of injuries, substitutions, and relievers both the HS and College teams use. This will increase the chance that normally benched feeder players get to play and help to separate the good and bad players.
5. Increase the number of HS teams (Not what you desire)
6. Allow the game to create Free Agents for College and Pros (It's not what you desire either, but will assure that created players will have some level of competence when selected to a team).

I really got a lot out of this quick reference for HS->College->Pro numbers. It is probably the most insightful site concerning the number of players I would need to make: http://www.hsbaseballweb.com/probability.htm .

For reference, I was going to do an average of 10 new players per HS team each year, with 256 HS teams, 100 College teams, feeding 64 Professional Teams in a Three Tier Promotion/Relegation Ladder (Because my fictional nation's national sport was Soccer, the League's professional teams would match up with the soccer clubs and keep the same pro/rel format). I really wanted to get close to the percent of players that traveled from one league to the next.
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1901 NCAA All-Stars

The 1901 NCAA All-Stars have been announced.

Kevin Caperton, NMSU; Josh Bendolph, TEX; Jaquan Pryear, CLE; Jeremy Fechner, OK; and Mike Durante, FSB were all repeat all-stars.
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Achievements, April 1901

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Mike Kelley, Stockton Ports, A+ - 6H
Jim Zablocki, Florida Marlins, MLB - 6H
Brad Beadnell, Albuquerque Isotopes, AAA - 6H

3+ HR Games:
Stu Frazier, New Hampshire Fisher Cats, AA - 3 HR
Jiri Blackburne, Florida Fire Frogs, A+ - 3 HR

Cycles:
Mike Goodale, Volcano Vista Hawks, NMAA
Tim Shriver, BYU Cougars, NCAA
Rhandall Kuk, South Bend Cubs, A
Zelalem Purter, South Carolina Gamecocks, NCAA
Jerry Knight, Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA
Ken Durgan, Palm Beach Cardinals, A+
Jim Leighton, Auburn Tigers, NCAA
Brad Adams, Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Jamie Hart, Volcano Vista Hawks, NMAA - 25 games
Stephon Muskelly, Sheldon Irish, OSAA - 26 games
Chris Spinner, Carmel Corsairs, IHSA - 29 games
Tim Winward, Apopka Blue Darters, FLHSAA - 30 games
Zaire Ancrum, Dunedin Blue Jays, A+ - 29 games
Cameron Miller, Indiana Hoosiers, NCAA - 25 games
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1901 Draft Top 100

It's 1901 Draft Pool Announcement time! LF Jonathan Burleson of the Washington Huskies is the number one draft prospect and LHP Joe Herberholz (Buford Wolves, GHSA) is the overall top high schooler.

Last year, Herberholz finished second in the pitcher of the year voting, while Burleson was an NCAA All-Star and the best hitting left fielder. It remains to be seen what, if any awards they will win this year.

All of the free agents that are draft-eligible this year are players who failed to sign from the draft in 1900. For those players that are too old to return to college, that's kind of too bad for them. They return the next year and will typically sign. There are some players that will fail to sign but could still go to college (e.g. Mike Southworth). I will be watching out for those players now and manually put them into college instead of having them sit out a year and return to the draft.
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1901 College and High School Champs/Awards

NCAA
Champion: St Marys Gaels
MVP: Joe Hubbard, Illinois Fighting Illini
Top Pitcher: Joe Hubbard, Illinois Fighting Illini
Top Reliever: Cooper Brayden, Cal State Fullerton

California
Champion: Central Grizzlies
MVP: Erik King, Clayton Valley Charter Ugly Eagles
Top Pitcher: Kevin Glenn, Central Grizzlies
Top Reliever: Imad Sapir, Clayton Valley Charter Ugly Eagles

Florida
Champion: Osceola Kowboys
MVP: Tim Winward, Apopka Blue Darters
Top Pitcher: Luis Guajardo, Sarasota Sailors
Top Reliever: Napoleon Hardy, Naples Golden Eagles

Georgia
Champion: Buford Wolves
MVP: Josh Spieth, Buford Wolves
Top Pitcher: Germano Cardenas, Marist War Eagles
Top Reliever: Mike Knox, Buford Wolves

Illinois
Champion: Carbondale Terriers
MVP: Nate Satterfield, Teutopolis Wooden Shoes
Top Pitcher: Simon Walker, Brother Rice Crusaders
Top Reliever: Steve Webb, Carmel Corsairs

New York
Champion: Fredonia Hillbillies
MVP: Jon Wilbur, Sachem East Flaming Arrows
Top Pitcher: Jon Wilbur, Sachem East Flaming Arrows
Top Reliever: Steve Rigg, Island Trees Bulldogs

New Mexico
Champion: Volcano Vista Hawks
MVP: Mike Goodale, Volcano Vista Hawks
Top Pitcher: Jon Lyle, Volcano Vista Hawks
Top Reliever: Juan Ocampo, Farmington Scorpions

North Carolina
Champion: Wesleyan Christian Academy Trojans
MVP: Jati Mutton, South Mecklenburg Sabres
Top Pitcher: Eric Lund, Conley Vikings
Top Reliever: Sergio Andrade, Conley Vikings

Oregon
Champion: Henley Hornets
MVP: Aiden Shelton, Pendleton Buckaroos
Top Pitcher: Imari Xiong, Valley Catholic Valiants
Top Reliever: Sean Sanders, Central Catholic Rams

Texas
Champion: Southlake Carroll Dragons
MVP: Bentley Eaton, College Station Cougars
Top Pitcher: Bentley Eaton, College Station Cougars
Top Reliever: Chris Giesler, Reagan Rattlers

Wisconsin
Champion: Hortonville Polar Bears
MVP: Ronnie Mekonnen, Hortonville Polar Bears
Top Pitcher: Ronnie Mekonnen, Hortonville Polar Bears
Top Reliever: Jaret Hokanson, Milwaukee Lutheran Red Knights
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Achievements, May 1901

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Dashawn Pyant, Clearwater Threshers, A+ - 0 H, 10 K, 6 BB
Wilfredo Brion, Clinton LumberKings, A - 0 H, 10 K, 3 BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Zach Ramsden, Rome Braves, A - 6H
Chad Wild, Marist War Eagles, GHSA - 6H
Theodosio Zetek, Long Island Ducks, IND - 6H

3+ HR Games:

Cycles:
Gart Bersosa, Erie Seawolves, AA
Liam Fouts, Missouri Tigers, NCAA
Kevin Miller, Santa Clara Broncos, NCAA
Mike Werner, San Antonio Missions, AA
Lutfu Wohlfarth, Boston Red Sox, MLB

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Tristan Hunsinger, Florida Gators, NCAA - 26 games
Steve Barkley, Frisco RoughRiders, AA - 25 games
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1901 MLB Draft

RHP Joe Ramage was selected first overall in the draft by the San Francisco Giants. He was the NCAA Pitcher of the Year in 1900 but finished out of the top 3 this year. His performance hadn't diminished much, but it's Joe Hubbard's show now.

(I'm going to have to make sure that the draft order is correct since the Giants had the 1st pick last year as well. It does appear that this is correct as they had only 61 wins last year.)

Round 1, Pick 1 - San Francisco Giants: SP Joe Ramage, age 21
Round 1, Pick 2 - Baltimore Orioles: LF Jonathan Burleson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - New York Mets: 3B Jonathan Sexton, age 21
Round 1, Pick 4 - Chicago Cubs: SP Joe Herberholz, age 18
Round 1, Pick 5 - Seattle Mariners: 3B Tim Shriver, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - Boston Red Sox: SP Mike Morley, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Montreal Expos: LF Toribio Mussaw, age 18
Round 1, Pick 8 - Philadelphia Phillies: CF Tim Winward, age 18
Round 1, Pick 9 - Detroit Tigers: SP Tim Cherenfant, age 23
Round 1, Pick 10 - Arizona Diamondbacks: CF Mike Southworth, age 19
Round 1, Pick 11 - Cleveland Indians: SP Caleb McLaughlin, age 21
Round 1, Pick 12 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Dusty Finamore, age 21
Round 1, Pick 13 - Colorado Rockies: CL Erik Parker, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Texas Rangers: CF Jorge Aneda, age 18
Round 1, Pick 15 - New York Yankees: RF Mike Goodale, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - St. Louis Cardinals: CF Mica Turner, age 18
Round 1, Pick 17 - Toronto Blue Jays: LF Alex Tilley, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Milwaukee Brewers: 1B Ben Trowers, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Los Angeles Angels: SP Yanyong Cross, age 23
Round 1, Pick 20 - Chicago White Sox: 3B Akeno Eilola, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Cincinnati Reds: CL Ken Pryce, age 24
Round 1, Pick 22 - Houston Astros: SP Jon Wilbur, age 18
Round 1, Pick 23 - Kansas City Royals: CF Jim Joseph, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Milwaukee Brewers: 1B Juan Polanco, age 19
Round 1, Pick 25 - Pittsburgh Pirates: CL Bob Dykes, age 18
Round 1, Pick 26 - Oakland Athletics: SP Mike Rose, age 18
Round 1, Pick 27 - Florida Marlins: CF Jimmy Messer, age 22
Round 1, Pick 28 - San Diego Padres: SP Victoro Hargiss, age 18
Round 1, Pick 29 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 1B Jed Kupetz, age 21
Round 1, Pick 30 - Minnesota Twins: RF Kevin Peyton, age 21
Round 1, Pick 31 - Atlanta Braves: SP Andy Rideaux, age 18
Round 1, Pick 32 - Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Chris Farney, age 18

Brewers Top 5 Picks: Ben Trowers, 1B; Juan Polanco, 1B; Andy Pearcy, RF; Eric Cummings, SS; Giorgio Napoleoni, RHP.
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Achievements, June 1901

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Luis Carrera, Myrtle Beach Pelicans, A+ - 0 H, 7 K, 5 BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Emilson Valladeres, Gwinnett Stripers, AAA - 6H
Gerrie Luiting, Fort Wayne TinCaps, A - 6H
Jim Toombs, Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA - 6H
Rufino Gomez, Detroit Tigers, MLB - 6H
Kody Bahler, Oklahoma City Dodgers, AAA - 6H

3+ HR Games:

Cycles:
Chad Boyles, Salt Lake Bees, AAA
Jon White, Fresno Grizzlies, AAA
Kevin Cook, Daytona Tortugas, A+
Derek Clemmons, Iowa Cubs, AAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Emmanuel Guzman, Chattanooga Lookouts, AA - 28 games
Chris Arellano, Portland Sea Dogs, AA - 28 games
Corby Friscia, Detroit Tigers, MLB - 26 games
Van Hood, Lancaster Barnstormers, IND - 26 games
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1901 MLB All-Stars

Celio Cabedo, Josh Hills, Jim Nelson, Chris Gardner, Bin-Ying Chua, Marvin Munoz, and Luis Navarro are all making their second appearance in the all-star game.

Cabedo is 28 years old and the Pride of Angola, born in Luanda. After two all-star appearances, a pitcher of the year award, and a world championship, he is on track to be one of the most memorable players from the early moments of this league.


American League:

SP Celio Cabedo (MIN) - 8-5, 1.96 ERA, 174.1 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 4.8 K/9, 4.7 WAR
SP Roberto Castellon (TB) - 9-6, 2.86 ERA, 154.1 IP, 1.10 WHIP, 4.7 K/9, 3.5 WAR
SP Benjamino Lazalde (KC) - 10-6, 1.88 ERA, 153.0 IP, 1.05 WHIP, 7.8 K/9, 5.4 WAR
SP Shemar Myrie (TB) - 11-4, 2.05 ERA, 166.2 IP, 1.04 WHIP, 5.4 K/9, 4.8 WAR
SP Arturo Salas (BOS) - 15-4, 2.18 ERA, 177.2 IP, 1.14 WHIP, 3.8 K/9, 4.2 WAR (Injured)
SP Ben Schmidt (NYY) - 6-11, 3.22 ERA, 156.1 IP, 1.29 WHIP, 3.7 K/9, 3.9 WAR
CL Jeremy Darnell (KC) - 4-2, 19 SV, 1.04 ERA, 43.1 IP, 1.02 WHIP, 7.3 K/9, 1.5 WAR
CL Josh Hills (BAL) - 3-3, 16 SV, 3.23 ERA, 39.0 IP, 1.41 WHIP, 6.5 K/9, 1.2 WAR (Injured)
CL Luis Longoria (CHA) - 5-2, 12 SV, 1.45 ERA, 43.1 IP, 0.88 WHIP, 5.0 K/9, 0.9 WAR
CL Eugen Mall (NYY) - 7-1, 15 SV, 1.63 ERA, 49.2 IP, 0.95 WHIP, 6.7 K/9, 1.9 WAR
CL Jim Nelson (CLE) - 2-0, 21 SV, 1.13 ERA, 39.2 IP, 1.01 WHIP, 7.7 K/9, 1.8 WAR
C Butch Bangoura (CHA) - .302/.337/.390, 172 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 111 wRC+, 1.5 WAR
C Colt Lawson (OAK) - .247/.306/.373, 324 AB, 3 HR, 1 SB, 102 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
C Ernesto Puha (TB) - .277/.327/.356, 303 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 105 wRC+, 1.2 WAR
1B Shoichi Mareno (HOU) - .363/.409/.477, 237 AB, 1 HR, 9 SB, 156 wRC+, 2.4 WAR (Injured)
2B Luis Morales (CLE) - .294/.335/.387, 326 AB, 3 HR, 7 SB, 116 wRC+, 2.7 WAR
3B Jody Davison (BOS) - .373/.415/.464, 373 AB, 4 HR, 1 SB, 150 wRC+, 4.4 WAR
3B Juan Navarro (SEA) - .314/.351/.386, 404 AB, 2 HR, 1 SB, 119 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
SS Aga Abdo (KC) - .306/.354/.429, 385 AB, 1 HR, 40 SB, 126 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
SS Rufino Gómez (DET) - .331/.370/.442, 396 AB, 2 HR, 40 SB, 135 wRC+, 5.4 WAR
LF Kevin Brown (TEX) - .329/.390/.449, 383 AB, 6 HR, 11 SB, 146 wRC+, 3.7 WAR
CF Yun-ho Chun (TEX) - .273/.339/.443, 406 AB, 5 HR, 61 SB, 126 wRC+, 3.9 WAR
CF Chris Gardner (CLE) - .301/.383/.507, 345 AB, 8 HR, 31 SB, 150 wRC+, 3.9 WAR
CF Luis Trujillo (SEA) - .284/.347/.373, 391 AB, 1 HR, 32 SB, 114 wRC+, 3.0 WAR
RF Freddy Ramírez (MIN) - .309/.376/.474, 369 AB, 11 HR, 41 SB, 140 wRC+, 2.4 WAR


National League:

SP J P. Avila (PIT) - 12-5, 2.15 ERA, 159.0 IP, 1.08 WHIP, 4.8 K/9, 4.7 WAR
SP Mike Banister (PHI) - 12-5, 2.28 ERA, 154.0 IP, 1.21 WHIP, 4.3 K/9, 4.1 WAR
SP Bin-ying Chua (SD) - 10-5, 2.23 ERA, 145.0 IP, 1.10 WHIP, 3.2 K/9, 3.6 WAR
SP C.J. García (SF) - 13-4, 1.68 ERA, 150.0 IP, 1.04 WHIP, 3.8 K/9, 3.8 WAR
SP Luis Magallanes (MIL) - 11-8, 2.67 ERA, 175.0 IP, 1.17 WHIP, 3.0 K/9, 4.1 WAR
SP Nicolás Ramírez (MON) - 15-3, 1.42 ERA, 164.1 IP, 1.05 WHIP, 4.5 K/9, 4.4 WAR
RP Jon Parker (MON) - 4-0, 0.82 ERA, 22.0 IP, 0.73 WHIP, 2.9 K/9, 0.5 WAR
CL Arturo Arce (CIN) - 2-3, 22 SV, 1.15 ERA, 47.0 IP, 1.09 WHIP, 5.2 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Marvin Muñoz (COL) - 4-1, 20 SV, 2.98 ERA, 45.1 IP, 1.28 WHIP, 9.3 K/9, 1.1 WAR
CL Luis Navarro (SD) - 3-2, 20 SV, 1.60 ERA, 45.0 IP, 1.09 WHIP, 4.0 K/9, 1.0 WAR (Injured)
CL Art Roach (LAD) - 4-3, 19 SV, 0.76 ERA, 47.1 IP, 0.87 WHIP, 6.8 K/9, 2.0 WAR
C Abdallah Bothum (CHC) - .297/.357/.388, 209 AB, 1 HR, 1 SB, 121 wRC+, 1.9 WAR
C Alfredo Fundora (PIT) - .267/.328/.312, 311 AB, 90 wRC+, 1.1 WAR
C Steve Wallis (LAD) - .282/.325/.351, 305 AB, 1 HR, 93 wRC+, 1.7 WAR
1B Tyrese Spottsville (MIL) - .330/.383/.435, 370 AB, 5 HR, 5 SB, 139 wRC+, 2.9 WAR
2B Alfredo Cruz (CIN) - .316/.363/.405, 316 AB, 12 SB, 124 wRC+, 3.4 WAR
2B Kinnon Duford (CHC) - .349/.399/.492, 372 AB, 3 HR, 28 SB, 158 wRC+, 5.2 WAR
2B Ben Klink (COL) - .320/.351/.425, 372 AB, 1 HR, 67 SB, 122 wRC+, 3.3 WAR
3B Jon White (LAD) - .364/.408/.471, 242 AB, 2 HR, 11 SB, 152 wRC+, 1.9 WAR
SS Branden Popham (MON) - .318/.357/.413, 349 AB, 2 HR, 14 SB, 124 wRC+, 2.7 WAR
LF Dave Wilson (SD) - .357/.380/.494, 409 AB, 2 HR, 47 SB, 148 wRC+, 3.0 WAR
CF Dana Clavez (ATL) - .303/.351/.375, 357 AB, 69 SB, 115 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
CF Zion Urrutia (FLA) - .329/.390/.446, 368 AB, 1 HR, 37 SB, 138 wRC+, 3.7 WAR
RF Chris Hunter (MON) - .337/.375/.495, 392 AB, 39 SB, 149 wRC+, 3.0 WAR
RF T.J. Shoupe (SF) - .353/.414/.511, 329 AB, 6 HR, 19 SB, 166 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
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Achievements, July 1901

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Ken Franklin, Lake Elsinore Storm, A+ - 0 H, 12 K, 2 BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Bobby Fendley, Arizona White Sox, R - 6 H
Tim Rhorer, Bradenton Pirates, R - 6 H

3+ HR Games:
Mike Cole, Augusta GreenJackets, A - 3 HR
Mike Howell, Peoria Padres, R - 3 HR
Luis Fiero, Colorado Springs Sky Sox - 3 HR

Cycles:
Jadon Cogshell, Lansing Lugnuts, A
Jarrod Hill, Missoula Osprey, R
Ben Sneed, Lancaster Barnstormers, IND

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Franklin Popoca, Northwest Arkansas Naturals, AA - 31 games
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MLB Career Milestones:
Yun-Ho Chun, 200 SB
Gelacio Arcos, 200 SB

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:
Tim Rose, Tampa Yankees, R - 6H
Emiliano Fischetti, Myrtle Beach Pelicans, A+ - 6H
Pete Shields, Northwest Arkansas Naturals, AA - 6H
Putra Geilfuss, New Britain Bees, IND - 6H

3+ HR Games:
Tim Shriver, Everett AquaSox, A- - 3 HR

Cycles:
Chris Tinker, Danville Braves, R
Tim Rose, Tampa Yankees, R
-Rose won a Gold Glove at SS in the NCAA in 1900 and was drafted in the 5th round in 1901 prior to this 6-hit cycle day.
Luis Salgado, Tacoma Rainiers, AAA

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Luis Ayala, Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA - 30 games
Jim Fraley, Jupiter Marlins, R - 27 games
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Achievements, September 1901

The Brewers are in a tight race in the NL Central for first place - Cincinnati, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Milwaukee are all within 1 game of each other with 5 games left in the year. In the midst of all of this, the Brewers extended star pitcher Luis Magallanes--last year's pitcher of the year--for 5 years.

MLB Career Milestones:
Jimmy Graber, 200 SB
Dana Clavez, 200 SB

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Ted Galmore, Boise Hawks, A-, 0 H, 5 K, 2 BB

15+ Strikeout Games:

6+ Hit Games:

3+ HR Games:
Mike Bayerle, Texas Rangers, - 3 HR
-This marks the first time a Major League player has hit 3 HR in one game! Home runs are tough to come by in this league as the season record from last year stands at 18.

Cycles:
Josh Blake, Arizona Diamondbacks, MLB

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After a 3-2 month of October, the Brewers found themselves in a one and done game with the Florida Marlins. Mike Schneider and not Luis Magallanes was on the hill for the Brewers, who promptly lost the game and had all their hopes destroyed.
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1901 MLB Playoffs

The Angels defeated the Padres 4 games to 3 in the 1901 World Series. Game 7 was out of reach for much of the game after a 4-run 1st by the Angels. The Padres were able to claw back to a 5-4 deficit in the 6th, but the Angels added runs in the 7th and 8th to seal a 7-4 win.
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1901 MLB Award Winners

AL MVP: Benjamino Lazalde, RHP, Kansas City Royals - 9.8 WAR, 1.95 FIP, 60 FIP-, 4.2 K/BB
NL MVP: Kinnon Duford, 2B, Chicago Cubs - 7.4 WAR, .386 wOBA, 143 wRC+, 6.2 ZR

AL Top Pitcher: Benjamino Lazalde, RHP, Kansas City Royals - 9.8 WAR, 1.95 FIP, 60 FIP-, 4.2 K/BB
NL Top Pitcher: J.P. Avila, LHP, Pittsburgh Pirates - 7.9 WAR, 2.26 FIP, 70 FIP-, 3.02 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Nico Verano, RF, Houston Astros - 3.1 WAR, .371 wOBA, 133 wRC+, 2.9 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Alfredo Cruz, 2B, Cincinnati Reds - 3.8 WAR, .335 wOBA, 111 wRC+, 16.6 ZR

AL Reliever of the Year: Eugen Mall, LHP, New York Yankees - 6.6 WPA, 1.56 FIP, 49 FIP-, 4.3 K/BB
NL Reliever of the Year: Luis Navarro, LHP, San Diego Padres - 5.1 WPA, 2.25 FIP, 71 FIP-, 2.1 K/BB
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