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Old 03-25-2020, 10:22 PM   #561
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1999 College Playoffs

Kentucky secures their first NCAA title!
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Notable News, April/May 1999

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Jason Alexander, Cal State Fullerton, NCAA - 8K, 1BB
Kayden Farnsworth, Peshtigo, WIAA - 9K, 1BB
Mason McCormick, Waupun, WIAA - 17K, 1BB
Derek Donohue, Syracuse, AAA - 14K, 1BB
Tommy Sillmon, Toledo, AAA - 2K, 2BB
Mark Judd, Carbondale, IHSA - 5K, 1BB
Austin Bannon, Sacramento, AAA - 5K, 2BB
Noe Hood, Nazareth Academy, IHSA - 8K, 1BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Kyle Harmon, Minnesota, NCAA - 18K
E.J. Sariana, Loyola Marymount, NCAA - 17K
Patton Cohen, Mississippi, NCAA - 17K
Danys Uribe, Erie, AA - 17K
Charlie Rachman, Elk Grove, CIF - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
John O'Meara, Round Rock, AAA - 29G
Dan Levine, New Mexico State, NCAA - 30G
Tito Crawford, Bradenton, A+ - 32G

4 HR Games:

7 H Games:
Cody Jaremkko, Rose, NCHSAA
Jovan Tobin, Rose, NCHSAA
This was one of those games that got a bit out of hand that thankfully are uncommon. It ended up 55-4 because North Buncombe, the opponent, ran out of pitching I'm guessing.
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1999 MLB Draft

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Benny Mueller was drafted first overall and signed quickly with the Expos. He has elite range in centerfield and tons of power potential.

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Dexter Rivera was the first high schooler off the board. He has balance on offense and good speed but may end up at second base instead of shortstop.

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The first pitcher was Australian Ryker Parker who was originally drafted by the Phillies out of high school but chose instead to attend the University of Kentucky.
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Notable News, June through October 1999

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
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Tomasso Breaux, Dodgers - 3000 H
The first player since Nelson Castro in 1972 to reach the 3,000 hit mark!
Val Messbarger, Twins - 2500H
Nickolas Gurrola, Dodgers - 300HR

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Mark Snider, San Antonio, AAA - 9K, 1BB
Chet Klein, Lexington, A - 7K, 1BB
Toma Yamamoto, Danville, R - 2K, 2BB
Alejandro Francis, Montreal, MLB - 5K, 5BB
Danny Salas, Ottawa, AAA - 10K, 4BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Yancey Gil, Batavia, A- - 18K
Cortez Salazar, Jacksonville, AA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Chunhua Hu, Altoona, AA - 27G
Theodore Romano, Tacoma, AAA - 26G

4 HR Games:

7 H Games:
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1999 MLB Playoffs

The Royals have now won the World Series four times and have made the playoffs in five of the last seven years.
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Records fall

A few records on offense fell this year -

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The longest-standing record to fall was most runs in a year. Salvador Feliciano crossed the plate 149 times, three more than Johan Velez in 1931.

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Vern Yepsen took 164 free passes, 8 more than Sean Burks in 1950.

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Woody Shaw set the new mark for slugging percentage, beating out Aaron Purves and Benjamin Aguirre from the last few years.
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1999 MLB Award Winners

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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Heathcliff Jones, SP, Cleveland Indians - 7.7 WAR, 1.7 WPA, 67 FIP-, 2.8 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Salvador Feliciano, CF, Cincinnati Reds - 7 WAR, 5.7 WPA, 148 wRC+, -7.6 ZR

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AL J.P. Avila Award: Heathcliff Jones, SP, Cleveland Indians - 7.7 WAR, 1.7 WPA, 67 FIP-, 2.8 K/BB

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NL J.P. Avila Award: Callen Black, SP, Montreal Expos - 5.3 WAR, -0.3 WPA, 81 FIP-, 1.7 K/BB
39-years-old and spent the year with two teams but still led the league in WAR.

AL Tim Beckman Relief Award: Allen Colt, RP, Seattle Mariners - 3.1 WPA, 72 FIP-, 2.9 K/BB, 34 SV

NL Tim Beckman Relief Award: Ken Ray, RP, San Diego Padres - 1.7 WPA, 87 FIP-, 2.2 K/BB, 3 SV

AL Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year: Woody Shaw, 1B, Los Angeles Angels - 5 WAR, 4.5 WPA, 152 wRC+, -1.3 ZR

NL Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year: Sebastian Lesage, CF, New York Mets - 1.5 WAR, -0.5 WPA, 88 wRC+, 0.2 ZR
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Jake McCallister, SS

McCallister was a doubles machine and slick-fielding shortstop for the better part of a decade. He was still able to hold onto some value into his mid-to-late 30s, even putting up a 3 WAR season at age 37. He finished second all-time for shortstops in doubles, just between Lester Taylor and Matthew Jiles. His overall value was just around Dodger great Jiles as well.

Initial Acquisition: Number 7 overall pick by the Rockies out of Iowa

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, Paul Vines Slugging Awards - 3, All-Star Appearances - 3, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 9262 PA, 2248 H, 100 HR, 8 SB, 0.319 wOBA, 101 wRC+, 100.9 ZR, 56.4 WAR, 46.3 JAWS

Walton Turner, LHP

Turner begins a group of four very strange pitching Hall of Fame cases. Turner had an incredible peak with seven seasons of 4+ WAR, but almost nothing else in his career. His JAWS score is acceptable for a pitcher but his overall WAR total does not even come close.

Initial Acquisition: Number 205 overall pick by the Giants out of Steele Canyon

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 1, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 5, World Series Championships - 0, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 2249.2 IP, 849 BB, 1674 K, 3.68 FIP, 88 FIP-, 43.2 WAR, 55.9 JAWS

Rick Nelson, LHP

Nelson has solid JAWS and WAR numbers, but doesn't have anything that sticks out as a Hall of Fame pitcher. He just pitched a lot of games for 17 years and only finished in the top-3 J.P. Avila voting once. He started 30+ games 13 times, maxing out at 37 games started three times.

Initial Acquisition: Number 15 overall pick by the Diamondbacks out of Michigan

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 3, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 3836 IP, 1016 BB, 1889 K, 3.98 FIP, 95 FIP-, 59.5 WAR, 53.2 JAWS

Tommy Butler, RHP


Butler is in a somewhat similar boat to Turner, but somehow different. His JAWS numbers are fine for the Hall, but total WAR is much too low. He does seem to actually have a better case than Turner, even though his numbers are worse. He had consistent 4-5 WAR seasons over 8 years but didn't provide enough value otherwise.

Initial Acquisition: Number 10 overall pick by the Orioles out of Buford

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 1, All-Star Appearances - 5, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 1

Career Stats: 2911.2 IP, 1140 BB, 1946 K, 3.99 FIP, 95 FIP-, 44.5 WAR, 50.3 JAWS

Solomon Davis, LHP

Despite having some of the worst value stats of the group, Davis almost has the best Hall of Fame case. He did win the J.P. Avila award and had six seasons of over 5 WAR, but again didn't provide much value otherwise.

Initial Acquisition: Number 15 overall pick by the White Sox out of Wichita State

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 1, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 6, World Series Championships - 3, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 2765.1 IP, 749 BB, 1873 K, 3.58 FIP, 85 FIP-, 56.2 WAR, 47.3 JAWS

Winston Cruz, RH Reliever

Cruz almost seemed to be a lock as the next Hall of Fame reliever behind Tim Beckman, but somehow decided to retire at age 34. He won Beckman's award four times and was a yearly all-star. He actually finished in the top three of the J.P. Avila Award twice. But again, not enough total value there to warrant induction as a reliever.

Initial Acquisition: Number 256 overall pick by the White Sox out of Apopka

MLB Awards: Tim Beckman Relief Awards - 4, All-Star Appearances - 7, World Series Championships - 2, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 782.1 IP, 340 SV, 181 BB, 840 K, 2.5 FIP, 58 FIP-, 27 WPA, 28.8 WAR, 26.3 JAWS

Merlin Wallace, SS


Initial Acquisition: Number 2 overall pick by the Yankees out of Allatoona

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, Paul Vines Slugging Awards - 3, All-Star Appearances - 1, World Series Championships - 0, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 7798 PA, 1968 H, 185 HR, 69 SB, 0.342 wOBA, 113 wRC+, -80.1 ZR, 35.7 WAR, 30.7 JAWS

Silas Rascon, 3B


Initial Acquisition: Number 48 overall pick by the Astros out of Central Catholic

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, Paul Vines Slugging Awards - 2, All-Star Appearances - 2, World Series Championships - 0, Playoff MVPs - 1

Career Stats: 6096 PA, 1612 H, 170 HR, 13 SB, 0.337 wOBA, 110 wRC+, -41.9 ZR, 27.6 WAR, 25.6 JAWS

Johan Ruvalcaba, RHP

Initial Acquisition: Number 226 overall pick by the Rockies out of New Mexico State

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 1, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 2782 IP, 1496 BB, 2285 K, 4.41 FIP, 104 FIP-, 30.2 WAR, 24.3 JAWS

Ethan Laurence, RH Reliever


Initial Acquisition: Number 92 overall pick by the White Sox out of Buford

MLB Awards: Tim Beckman Relief Awards - , All-Star Appearances - 1, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 813.2 IP, 195 SV, 308 BB, 608 K, 4.18 FIP, 100 FIP-, 5.8 WPA, 4.2 WAR, 14.7 JAWS

Ethan Shaw, RH Reliever

Initial Acquisition: Number 46 overall pick by the Mariners out of Hortonville

MLB Awards: Tim Beckman Relief Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 2, World Series Championships - 1, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 725.1 IP, 231 SV, 326 BB, 643 K, 3.8 FIP, 91 FIP-, 8.2 WPA, 7.7 WAR, 14.5 JAWS

Nathan Harrison, LHP

Initial Acquisition: Number 475 overall pick by the Indians out of Walton

MLB Awards: Tomas Reed MVP Awards - 0, J.P. Avila Awards - 0, Timo Fernandez Rookie of the Year Award - 0, Youssef Raadouni Gold Glove Awards - 0, All-Star Appearances - 0, World Series Championships - 0, Playoff MVPs - 0

Career Stats: 1700.2 IP, 420 BB, 1431 K, 3.66 FIP, 88 FIP-, 29.9 WAR, 21.4 JAWS
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