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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/25/2009 3:55:13 AM   
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Heading into the last month of the season, it's obvious that the Dodgers have several needs to address. The pitching staff is aging, and there are holes in the lineup. I will be aggressive in adding youth/potential to our team.

With war having broken out in Europe, I don't know how this might affect MLB. I'll monitor this crisis on a day-to-day basis. I've already contacted the commissioner's office to determine our status if conscription is enacted.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/25/2009 7:10:35 PM   
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New York, Saturday Sept 2. Hamlin (18-10, 2.84) vs Lohrman (4-8, 4.11). 79 degrees at the Polo Grounds, with a 4 mph breeze out to RF. The Giants win it 2-1. WP: Brown LP: Hamlin
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Sunday Sept 3. Pressnell (6-11, 3.48) vs Hubbell (11-10, 3.61). Overnight we get the first hint of autumn. 65 degrees, with a 9 mph breeze blowing in from LF. The Giants win 5-2. WP, CG: Hubbell LP: Pressnell

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/26/2009 11:58:54 PM   
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Brooklyn, Monday Sept 4. A doubleheader with the Boston Bees.

Game 1. Fitzsimmons (2-5, 2.87) vs Fette (10-13, 3.57). 81 degrees, with a light breeze out to CF. Boston wins 2-1. WP: Fette LP: Fitzsimmons SV: Lanning

Game 2. Casey (12-11, 3.04) vs Shoffner (8-4, 2.50). 70 degrees. The Dodgers win 6-1. WP, CG: Casey LP: Shoffner

We are off for the next two days.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/27/2009 12:53:25 AM   
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KG,
I wonder who will show up in the Ammy Draft that you could grab. Seems like in my leagues alot of good pitchers were not picked each year.
Don

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/27/2009 1:07:24 AM   
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Thursday, Sept 7. The Cards lead the Reds by 7 games. The Dodgers are out of the pennant race, being 25.5 GB. In the AL, the Yankees lead the Indians by 9 games. We have a four-game homestand, and then hit the road for 17 days.

On a positive note, Luke Hamlin is within two starts of winning 20 games. He will be given ample opportunity to reach this goal.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/27/2009 1:17:45 AM   
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quote:

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KG,
I wonder who will show up in the Ammy Draft that you could grab. Seems like in my leagues alot of good pitchers were not picked each year.
Don


Don, several good players will be available in 1940. Hal Newhouser is amongst them. Given my house rules on trading, I may be able to acquire some talent during spring training. The Dodgers' main goal THIS year is to reach .500. I'm 11 games under .500, with 26 games left to play. So, rather than giving young players many starts, I'm gonna go "die hard".

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/27/2009 1:25:22 AM   
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Brooklyn, Thursday Sept 7. We host the Phillies for two. Hamlin (18-11, 2.84) vs Pearson (5-5, 3.22). 77 degrees, with the wind swirling @ 18 mph. Hamlin gets his 19th victory as the Dodgers win 2-1. LP: Pearson SV: Hutchinson
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Friday Sept 8. Casey (13-11, 2.97) vs Mulcahy (9-14, 3.30). 71 degrees. The Phillies win 2-0. WP: Mulcahy LP: Casey SV: Al Smith

The Cardinals' magic number is 15. The Reds are 8 GB, and the Pirates are 15.5 GB. We are locked in a three-way battle for 4th place with the Giants and the Phillies.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/27/2009 2:51:38 PM   
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Go Cardinals!

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J.G. Wrathchild, Manager, St. Louis Cardinals (1900-1906), Brooklyn Superbas (1907, 1908)

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/28/2009 10:00:13 PM   
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Go Cardinals!


I have to play the Cards a few more times, and believe me, I'll be looking to knock them down. IF St. Louis wins the pennant, I'll definitely be rooting for them in the World Series.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/28/2009 10:11:46 PM   
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Brooklyn, Saturday Sept 9. The Giants visit for the weekend, and then we embark on a three-week road trip. Pressnell (6-12, 3.58) vs Salvo (0-2, 5.08). 79 degrees, with a 10 mph wind blowing out to RF. Pressnell throws two pitches and then suffers a minor injury. Tamulis relieves him. The Dodgers win 2-1. WP: Tamulis LP: Salvo SV: Jeffcoat

Pressnell will miss a couple of starts. Van Mungo replaces him in the rotation.
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Sunday Sept 10. Fitzsimmons (2-6, 2.79) vs Hubbell (12-11, 3.57). Indian summer. 85 degrees, with the wind blowing in from RF @13 mph. "Fat Freddie" holds the Giants scoreless through 9 innings. The Giants win 1-0 in 10. WP: Brown LP: Fitzsimmons SV: Vandenberg
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We have Monday off as a travel day. After other games, the Cardinals' magic number is 13. The Yankees' is 10.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/29/2009 1:47:57 AM   
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Cincinnati, Tuesday Sept 12. Hamlin (19-11, 2.79) vs Whitey Moore (5-4, 2.64). 68 degrees, with the wind out to RF @15 mph. Moore gives up 10 hits but still gets a 5-0 shutout. Hamlin loses.
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Wednesday Sept 13. Casey (13-12, 2.96) vs Derringer (14-5, 2.09). 78 degrees. The Reds win 5-4. WP: Riddle LP: Hutchinson

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/31/2009 12:37:30 AM   
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Pittsburgh, Thursday Sept 14. Fitzsimmons (2-7, 2.62) vs Klinger (11-12, 2.92). 70 degrees at Forbes Field. The Pirates win 2-1. WP: Bowman LP: Tamulis
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Friday Sept 15. Mungo (1-2, 5.09) vs Sewell (13-10, 2.26). 64 degrees, with a 14 mph wind blowing in from LF. The Dodgers win 6-4. WP: Mungo LP: Sewell SV: Hutchinson
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Saturday Sept 16. Hamlin (19-12, 2.83) vs Swift (9-10, 3.24). 63 degrees, with a light breeze out to LF. Hamlin gets his 20th victory as the Dodgers win it 3-1. Swift takes the loss.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 1/31/2009 5:58:44 PM   
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Chicago, Sunday Sept 17. Casey (13-12, 2.91) vs Dean (6-11, 4.20). 59 degrees, with a 10 mph wind blowing out to RF. Casey pitches a 4-0 CG shutout. Dean loses.

The Reds win their 8th straight, but are still six and a half behind the Cardinals. The Yankees are within 3 games of clinching the AL.

Injury note: Whit Wyatt comes off the DL, but we put him back on the 15-day DL. He is done for the year.
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Monday Sept 18. Fitzsimmons (2-7, 2.56) vs Passeau (9-9, 2.81). 76 degrees, with a 5 mph breeze out to RF. The Cubs win 7-5. WP, CG: Passeau LP: Fitzsimmons

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/1/2009 3:36:52 AM   
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St. Louis, Tuesday Sept 19. Here's our chance to bloody the nose of the frontrunners. Tamulis (4-7, 3.84) vs Weiland (13-6, 2.54). 66 degrees, with an 18 mph wind blowing in from LF. The Cardinals win 6-1. WP, CG: Weiland LP: Tamulis

The Yankees clinch the AL pennant.
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Wednesday Sept 20. Hamlin (20-12, 2.74) vs Raffensberger (7-3, 3.12). 75 degrees, with a 14 mph wind blowing in from CF. Raffensberger pitches a 4-0 CG shutout. Hamlin loses.

The Cardinals' magic number is 5.
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Thursday Sept 21. Casey (14-12, 2.81) vs Davis (13-9, 3.18). 80 degrees in Sportsman's Park. We go scoreless through 9 innings. Hugh Casey pulls off an iron man performance as the Dodgers win 1-0 in 11 innings! Casey gets an 11-inning CG shutout. He gives up 6 hits and 1 BB while striking out 3. He throws 144 pitches, 106 of them being strikes. Paul Dean takes the loss.

My Dodgers are now playing the "spoiler" role. We have Friday off. The Cards defeat the Cubs, so their magic number is 3.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/2/2009 4:20:56 AM   
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Philadelphia, Saturday Sept 23. The first of two consecutive doubleheaders against the Phillies.

Game 1. Fitzsimmons (2-8, 2.98) vs Butcher (9-17, 3.65). 68 degrees, with the wind blowing out to CF @ 19 mph. The Phillies win 4-3 in 11 innings. WP: Beck LP: Crouch

Game 2. Pressnell (6-12, 3.58) vs Pearson (5-7, 3.21). 69 degrees, no wind. The Phillies win 4-3 in 12 innings. WP: Burkart LP: Doyle

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/3/2009 11:56:01 PM   
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Philadelphia, Sunday Sept 24.

Game 1. Hamlin (20-13, 2.75) vs Mulcahy (10-14, 3.31). A late spell of summer, as it's 88 degrees in Shibe Park, with the wind in from LF @13 mph. The Dodgers win 4-2. WP: Hamlin (his 21st victory) LP: Mulcahy SV: Jeffcoat

Game 2. Tamulis (4-8, 4.27) vs Higbe (10-14, 3.51). 73 degrees. The Phillies win 4-1. WP, CG: Higbe LP: Tamulis
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Monday, Sept 25. Mungo (2-2, 5.18) vs Johnson (6-8, 2.54). 68 degrees, with a 9 mph wind out to RF. Philly wins 5-4. WP: Henry LP: Doyle

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/5/2009 4:29:02 AM   
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New York, Tuesday Sept 26. Casey (15-12, 2.71) vs Salvo (1-4, 4.56). 74 degrees at the Polo Grounds, with a swirling 13 mph wind. The Dodgers win 6-3. WP, CG: Casey LP: Salvo

The Cardinals clinch the NL pennant. So, it will be the Cards vs the Yankees in the World Series.

We still have 5 games left to play. I hold a brief meeting with the players. "Next season starts today. There's gonna be some changes. Any of you who want to stay here, and help me build a winning team, start showing me NOW." A few guys nodded in agreement. Others just sat and stared at their shoes.
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Wednesday Sept 27. Fitzsimmons (2-8, 2.91) vs Hubbell (13-12, 3.38). 72 degrees, with an 18 mph wind blowing in from LF. Hubbell shuts us out 3-0. Fitzsimmons loses.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/5/2009 1:23:30 PM   
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My Cardinals need some of that magic! Maybe I could trade up some of my players for these future players.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/6/2009 10:44:25 PM   
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Boston, Thursday Sept 28. Hamlin (21-13, 2.71) vs Posedel (10-17, 3.81). 75 degrees, with the wind blowing out to LF @20 mph. The Dodgers win 5-4 as Babe Phelps hits 2 homers and Hamlin gets his 22nd victory. Posedel loses.
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Friday Sept 29. Pressnell (6-12, 3.50) vs Fette (12-17, 3.66). 81 degrees, with a swirling 19 mph wind. The Dodgers commit 3 errors and the Bees win 4-1. WP: Fette LP: Pressnell SV: Shoffner

In Chicago, the Cardinals win their 100th game, defeating the Cubs 8-5.

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/7/2009 5:41:00 PM   
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Brooklyn, Saturday Sept 30. We host the Phillies in the final weekend of the regular season. Casey (16-12, 2.72) vs Pearson (6-7, 3.06). 78 degrees, with a 12 mph wind blowing in from RF. Casey pitches a 4-hit 7-0 shutout. Pearson loses.
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Sunday Oct 1. Fitzsimmons (2-9, 2.95) vs Mulcahy (10-15, 3.28). 61 degrees, with a 16 mph wind blowing out to RF. We end the season with a 4-2 win. WP: Fitzsimmons LP: Mulcahy SV: Crouch

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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/7/2009 7:49:27 PM   
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The final standings:




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RE: The Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-? - 2/7/2009 7:55:56 PM   
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In the World Series, the Yankees defeat the Cardinals 4 games to 1.

Awards:

AL MVP: Joe DiMaggio

NL MVP: Johnny Mize

This ends my reports for 1939. A new decade begins, and the saga continues...

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