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20th Century Replay (Current Season: 1908) - 12/9/2008 10:10:42 PM   
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Well, here goes nothing. I'm going to start posting about my managed game association, borrowing liberally and shamelessly from LetsPlay2's format. This first one is going to be rather experimental, so expect to see edits. Criticism and suggestions welcome!


Monthly Report - April 1905


Current Standings



Highlights
Friday, April 14th, Bill Bradley - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored vs. the St. Louis Cardinals

Wednesday, April 19th, Honus Wagner - 5 Hits vs. the St. Louis Cardinals

Saturday, April 22nd, Dan McGann - 5 Hits vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates

Monday, April 24th, Johnny Kling - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates

Wednesday, April 26th, Mike Donlin - 4 Hits, 3 Runs Scored,and 3 Stolen Bases vs. the Cincinnati Reds

My Team




Wrathchild's 1900 Puresim Replay


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RE: 1900 Replay - 12/9/2008 10:16:18 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Wrathchild

borrowing liberally and shamelessly from LetsPlay2's format.....


No shame, this looks good !!

I look forward to following this one !

You can use anything I have. I have the templates if you want them ??

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RE: 1900 Replay - 12/9/2008 10:18:30 PM   
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Sure. Anything you have that you want to share would be appreciated. I don't know how quickly updates will come as I play out each game, but I'm going to try to spend more time playing the games than trying to figure out how I want these updates to look.

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RE: 1900 Replay - 12/17/2008 12:25:06 PM   
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Are you done ??

I am starting in 1903 so we can compare stats !!

This will be cool because you are playing all the games and I am simmimg, however players may not be on their historical teams after the first year !!

See ya !

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RE: 1900 Replay - 12/17/2008 2:04:28 PM   
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I'm almost finished with May, 1905. You're going to surpass me in no time since I'm playing all of the Cardinals' games. I thought about turning them over to the computer but I just couldn't bring myself to do it, not after already playing out every game for 5 seasons. I imagine your results will be much different than mine, as I've tweaked the sliders a little bit each season, trying to get a better deadball era simulation. Having a player hit 45 home runs in 1901 was just killing the immersion for me!

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RE: 1900 Replay - 12/19/2008 4:54:36 PM   
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Monthly Report - May 1905


National League

The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates {29-14} have taken over 1st, with a 3.5 game lead over the Chicago Cubs {26-18}. Our St. Louis Cardinals {23-20} have pushed their way to 4th place and are 6 games out of 1st.

American League

The Cleveland Blues {29-12} have increased their lead to 4.5 games over the Boston Americans {25-17}.

Current Standings



Highlights

Monday, May 1st, Harry Bay - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in an 8-1 win over the New York Highlanders

Tuesday, May 2nd, Charlie Hickman - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 10-1 win over the Boston Beaneaters

Monday, May 8th, Deacon Phillippe {3-2} - 8 Strikeouts in a 4-0 win vs. the Cincinnati Reds

Tuesday, May 9th, Frank Smith {5-4} - 10 Strikeouts in a 5-4 win vs. the New York Highlanders

Thursday, May 11th, Harry Arndt - 4 Hits and 3 Stolen Bases in a 4-1 win vs. the Washington Senators

Saturday, May 13th, Jiggs Donahue - 4 Hits and 3 Doubles in a 7-6 win over the Brooklyn Superbas

Saturday, May 13th, Patsy Dougherty - 4 Hits and 2 Triples in a 5-3 win over the Chicago White Sox

Sunday, May 14th, Frank Baker - 4 Hits, 5 RBI, and 3 Runs Scored in a 12-5 win vs. the Philadelphia Athletics

Saturday, May 20th, Bill Bradley - 5 Hits in an 8-6 win (12 innings) over the Brooklyn Superbas

Saturday, May 20th, Ed Walsh {3-3} - 9 Strikeouts in a 1-0 win over the St. Louis Browns

Sunday, May 21st, Hooks Wiltse {4-4} - 8 Strikeouts in a 4-0 win vs. the Boston Americans

Tuesday, May 23rd, Christy Mathewson {5-3} - 9 Strikeouts in a 1-0 win vs. the Cincinnati Reds

Wednesday, May 24th, Mike Donlin - 4 Hits, 3 Runs Scored,and 2 Triples in 5-2 win over the Brooklyn Superbas

Thursday, May 25th, Sam Crawford - 4 Hits and 5 RBI in 10-2 win over the New York Giants

Wednesday, May 31st, Jeff Pfeffer {3-6} - 10 Strikeouts in a 2-0 loss vs. the Chicago Cubs

Wednesday, May 31st, Eddie Collins - 5 Hits in a 6-3 win over the Philadelphia Athletics


Who's Hot

National League

Bill Bradley - .352 Batting Average, 1 HR, 24 RBI, 63 Hits, 13 Doubles (43 Games)
Harry Lumley - .270 Batting Average, 5 HR, 22 RBI (43 Games)
Jack Taylor - 7 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.67 ERA, 20 Strikeouts (11 Games)
Buttons Briggs - 5 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.02 ERA, 12 Strikeouts (16 Games)

American League

Harry Bemis - .388 Batting Average, 1 HR, 24 RBI (37 Games)
Jim Delahanty - .361 Batting Average, 2 HR, 30 RBI, 61 Hits, 13 Doubles (42 Games)
George Winter - 7 Wins, 2 Losses, 1.59 ERA, 28 Strikeouts (11 Games)
Orval Overall - 6 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.36 ERA, 38 Strikeouts (10 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay - 1/16/2009 3:33:41 AM   
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Monthly Report - June 1905


National League


The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates {47-22} continue to dominate, increasing their lead to 7 games over the Chicago Cubs {40-29}. Our St. Louis Cardinals {35-35} have fought their way to 3rd place but are now 12.5 games out of 1st. They had a difficult month, playing 22 straight days without a break. Other teams have had a rough month, as well. The Boston Beaneaters {30-39} went 7-14 on the road, and though the Cincinnati Reds {29-38} went 12-6 at home they just can't seem to make any progress. The last place New York Giants {28-41} went 8-16 on the road. The Philadelphia Phillies {33-35} fell to 4th place, going 4-15 on the road.

American League

The Boston Americans {43-25} went 18-8 to take over 1st place from the Cleveland Blues {39-27}. The Chicago white Sox {29-39} fell from 4th to last place with a 7-18 record.

Current Standings



Highlights

Thursday, June 1st, Ed Walsh {7-4} - 10 Strikeouts in a 7-0 win at New York

Saturday, June 3rd, Fred Clarke - 4 Hits and 3 Doubles in a 3-2, 10 inning win over the Chicago Cubs

Saturday, June 3rd, Myron Grimshaw - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in an 11-6, 11 inning win at New York

Tuesday, June 6th, Frank Smith {10-6} -7 Strikeouts in a 1-0 win over the St. Louis Browns

Saturday, June 7th, Pat Moran - 5 Hits in a 9-7, 10 inning win at Chicago

Thursday, June 8th, Bill Coughlin - 5 Hits in a 6-8 loss at Philadelphia

Sunday, June 11th, Jimmy Sheckard - 3 Runs Scored and 4 Stolen Bases in a 5-0 win at St. Louis

Sunday, June 11th, Joe McGinnity {5-3} - 1 Hit Allowed in a 5-0 win at St. Louis

Monday, June 12th, Harry Lumley - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 12-2 win at St. Louis

Saturday, June 17th, Ed Walsh {7-4} - 11 Strikeouts in a 3-1 win over the Detroit Tigers

Saturday, June 17th, Frank Smith {10-6} - 7 Strikeouts in a 2-0 win over the Detroit Tigers

Thursday, June 22nd, Wid Conroy - 5 Hits in a 4-5, 16 inning loss to the New York Giants

Friday, June 30th, Honus Wagner - 5 Hits and 3 Triples in an 8-7, 10 inning win over the St. Louis Cardinals

Friday, June 30th, Jimmy Williams - 4 Hits and 5 RBI in an 8-7, 10 inning win over the St. Louis Cardinals



Who's Hot

National League

Mike Donlin - .347 Batting Average, 14 RBI, 24 SB, .468 SLG, .853 OPS (55 Games)
Bill Bradley - .329 Batting Average, 1 HR, 34 RBI, .393 OBP (66 Games)
Addie Joss - 11 Wins, 2 Losses, 2.53 ERA, 68 Strikeouts, 142.1 IP (19 Games)
Buttons Briggs - 7 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.30 ERA, 24 Strikeouts (26 Games)

American League

Ossee Schreckengost - .305 Batting Average, 4 HR, 14 RBI (62 Games)
Jim Delahanty - .354 Batting Average, 2 HR, 47 RBI, 96 Hits (68 Games)
George Winter - 10 Wins, 4 Losses, 1.67 ERA, 42 Strikeouts, 7 CG, 3 Shutouts (17 Games)
Ed Walsh - 7 Wins, 4 Losses, 2.25 ERA, 107 Strikeouts (18 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay - 1/23/2009 3:45:49 PM   
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1905 All Stars


National League



Tommy Leach, SS* Jimmy Williams, 3B Jake Stahl, 1B Claude Ritchey, 2B Addie Joss, SP* Jack Chesbro, RP



Bill Bradley, 3B* Cozy Dolan, RF



Mike Donlin, CF*! Bill Keister, 2B Chappie McFarland, CL Cy Young, SP



Nap Lajoie, 2B* Jimmy Slagle, CF Joe Harris, RP



Jimmy Sheckard, LF* Bill Donovan, RP Harry Howell, RP



Pat Moran, C* Buck Freeman, RF Bill Dineen, SP



Sam Crawford, RF* Jake Beckley, 1B*



Christy Mathewson, SP Jake Weimer, SP




American League


Jim Delahantey, CF* Frank Smith, SP Ed Walsh, SP



John Anderson, 1B* Doc Gessler, RF* George Winter, SP* Walter Johnson, SP



George Stone, LF* Eddie Collins, 2B* Tom O'Brien, 1B



Dave Brain, 3B Bill Bernhard, RP



Tom Needham, C* Fred Raymer, 2B



Jim Buchanan, CL Barney Pelty, SP Jim St. Vrain, RP



Bobby Wallace, SS* Frank Baker, 3B Bill Grahame, RP



Bill Coughlin, 3B* Tex Pruiett, RP


* indicates a starter.
! indicates the most votes for the current year.





1905 All Star Game Most Valuable Player

Sam Crawford, 3 Hits, 2 RBI, 1 Run Scored, 1 Double, 1 Triple

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RE: 1900 Replay - 2/5/2009 3:10:34 AM   
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Monthly Report - July 1905


National League


The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates {63-34} are starting to look unbeatable, increasing their lead to 9 games over the Chicago Cubs {54-43}. Our St. Louis Cardinals {49-48} are still holding on to 3rd place, but have fallen to 14 games out of 1st. My own future with the organization may be in jeopardy if I can't turn this team around and get them moving forward instead of backward. The Boston Beaneaters {46-51} went 6-2 on the road to preserve their 6th place position. The New York Giants {43-54} went 13-6 at home (2-7 on the road) to move up to 7th place. The Cincinnati Reds {39-56} went 5-15 away from home to continue their descent, ending the month with the worst record in the association.

American League

The Cleveland Blues {55-39} have taken back 1st place from the Boston Americans {55-40}, though the lead is only .5 games. The New York Highlanders {47-47} fell from 3rd to 4th, due to a 6-14 record on the road. (They went 6-1 at home.) The Washington Senators {44-51} went 4-2 at home to move up one spot to 5th place. The Philadelphia Athletics {43-51} went 5-1 at home but 7-14 on the road to drop one place to 6th. The Chicago White Sox {43-52} went 3-6 on the road, which wasn't bad enough to keep them moving from last place to 7th. The St. Louis Browns {42-54} went 2-4 on the road, which helped drop them to last place in their league.

Current Standings



Highlights

Saturday, July 1st, Ed Walsh {12-5} - 8 Strikeouts in a 2-0 win over the Washington Senators

Thursday, July 6th, Rube Waddell {8-7} - 8 Strikeouts in a 5-0 win at Chicago

Friday, July 7th, Hobe Ferris - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 5-1 win over the Brooklyn Superbas

Friday, July 7th, Jake Beckley - 4 Hits and 3 Doubles in a 5-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals

Friday, July 7th, Cozy Dolan - 5 Hits in a 3-2, 16 inning win over the Pittsburgh Pirates

Monday, July 10th, Charlie Babb - 5 Hits in a 7-8, 14 inning loss at Detroit

Wednesday, July 19th, Cy Young {13-3} - 7 Strikeouts in a 6-0 win at Boston

Friday, July 21st, Bill Keister - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in an 11-7 win at New York

Saturday, July 22nd, Fred Crolius - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 16-3 win over the Chicago Cubs

Monday, July 24th, Frank Smith {14-9} - 7 Strikeouts in a 3-0 win at Detroit





Who's Hot

National League

Mike Donlin - .360 Batting Average, 2 HR, 28 RBI, 62 Runs Scored, 29 SB, .491 SLG, .409 OBP, .900 OPS (82 Games)
Sam Crawford - .307 Batting Average, 3 HR, 53 RBI, 15 Triples (95 Games)
Addie Joss - 14 Wins, 4 Losses, 2.88 ERA, 90 Strikeouts (27 Games)
Buttons Briggs - 11 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.77 ERA, 36 Strikeouts (31 Games)

American League

Eddie Collins - .330 Batting Average, 3 HR, 34 RBI, .457 SLG, .830 OPS (92 Games)
Jim Delahanty - .328 Batting Average, 3 HR, 52 RBI (95 Games)
Frank Smith - 14 Wins, 9 Losses, 1.94 ERA, 104 Strikeouts, 200 IP, 9 CG, 5 Shutouts (27 Games)
George Winter - 13 Wins, 6 Losses, 1.75 ERA, 62 Strikeouts, 9 CG (24 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay - 2/19/2009 9:12:02 PM   
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Monthly Report - August 1905


National League


The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates (79-47} have lost a little ground to the Chicago Cubs {71-53}, who went 10-4 at home, leaving Pittsburgh with only a 7 game lead going into the final stretch of the season. Our St. Louis Cardinals {58-66} have fallen to 5th place, going 9-18 for the month, including 2-11 at home. My resignation letter just needs a signature. I've been given the condition that if I can get the team to finish in at least 3rd place I might still have a job. The Boston Beaneaters {65-60} went 19-9 to move into 3rd place. The Brooklyn Superbas {56-67} went 3-10 at home to drop to 6th, and are currently on a 5 game losing streak.

American League

The Cleveland Blues {65-55} and Boston Americans {67-54}, continue to trade 1st place back and forth, partially due to Cleveland going 4-10 at home this month. Boston currently leads Cleveland by 1 game. The Philadelphia Athletics {60-61} went 10-4 at home, which helped them move to within 7 games of 1st place. The final weeks are going to be fierce in the American League, with the top 6 teams all having good chances of getting 1st place. The Chicago White Sox {60-61} went 17-9 for the month, including a 8-4 home record, enough to move them up 2 more places to 4th.

Current Standings



Highlights

Monday, August 7th, Hooks Wiltse {9-11} - 11 Strikeouts in a 5-6 loss at New York

Friday, August 11th, Ben Koehler - 5 Hits in a 5-1, 16 inning win at New York

Sunday, August 20th, Davey Crockett - 5 Hits in a 14-1 win over the New York Highlanders

Sunday, August 27th, Tom Jones - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 5-4 win at St. Louis

Monday, August 28th, Bill Collins - 4 Hits, 5 RBI, and 3 Doubles in an 8-7 win over the Chicago Cubs

Tuesday, August 29th, Sam Mertes - 4 Hits and 3 Runs Scored in a 12-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals





Who's Hot

National League

Mike Donlin - .330 Batting Average, 2 HR, 41 RBI, 74 Runs Scored, .381 OBP (109 Games)
Bill Bradley - .330 Batting Average, 2 HR, 64 RBI, 157 Hits, .383 OBP (120 Games)
Carl Lundgren - 17 Wins, 10 Losses, 3.05 ERA, 102 Strikeouts, 10 CG (33 Games)
Jesse Tannehill - 13 Wins, 4 Losses, 1.79 ERA, 45 Strikeouts (43 Games)

American League

Patsy Dougherty - .339 Batting Average, 3 HR, 33 RBI, .445 SLG, .404 OBP, .849 OPS (117 Games)
Davey Crockett - .286 Batting Average, 6 HR, 46 RBI (117 Games)
Frank Smith - 16 Wins, 11 Losses, 1.95 ERA, 132 Strikeouts, 5 Shutouts (34 Games)
Ed Walsh - 14 Wins, 6 Losses, 1.70 ERA, 181 Strikeouts, 5 Shutouts (33 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay - 2/26/2009 3:05:10 PM   
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Monthly Report - September/October 1905


National League


The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates {99-55} are returning to the World Series for the 3rd time in as many seasons, but this time they are returning as the defending champions. They have also achieved the best record of any team to date, winning 99 games this season. Our St. Louis Cardinals {66-88} finished in dead last. My bags are packed and I am scanning the classifieds.

American League

The Boston Americans {87-67} are going to their first World Series, after a tough 3 way battle between them, the Cleveland Blues {81-73}, and the Detroit Tigers {83-71}.

Final Standings



Highlights

Saturday, September 2nd, Doc Casey - 5 Hits in a 17-4 win at Boston

Monday, September 4th, Fielder Jones - 5 Hits in a 7-6 win at Boston

Wednesday, September 6th, Eddie Collins - 5 Hits in a 5-8 loss at Washington

Thursday, September 7th, Bill Collins - 2 HR in a 5-6, 11 inning loss at New York

Saturday, September 9th, Heinie Burger {5-2} - 9 Strikeouts in a 1-0 win at Detroit

Saturday, September 9th, Bill Bradley - 4 Stolen Bases in a 2-0 win at St. Louis

Tuesday, September 12th, Harry Davis - 5 Hits in an 8-7, 10 inning win over the Cleveland Blues

Tuesday, September 26th, Kitty Bransfield - 5 Hits in a 12-1 win at New York

Wednesday, October 4th, John Dobbs - 4 Stolen Bases in a 1-2 loss at St. Louis


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RE: 1900 Replay - 2/26/2009 4:00:40 PM   
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Final Report 1905


Pittsburgh Pirates - repeat as World Champions (2nd Championship)
{defeated the Boston Americans ~ 4 to 2}


Award Winners

Best Pitcher
Ed Walsh {16-9/1.75}
Christy Mathewson {19-9/2.01}


Most Valuable Player
Charlie Babb {.301/4/46}
Jimmy Sheckard {.302/5/56}

Best Rookie Pitcher
Walter Johnson {15-9/2.21}
Ed Summers {13-16/3.31}

Best Rookie Player
Eddie Collins {.317/3/65}
Ed Abbaticchio {.294/1/52}

New Records
Ed Walsh breaks his own single season ERA record (1.95) {1.75}
Chappie McFarland breaks Jack Chesbro's single season Saves record (34) {38}
Bill Bernhard breaks Elmer Stricklett's single season Appearances record (91) {98}
Mike Lynch breaks Bill Dineen's single season Games Started record (44) {45}




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RE: 1900 Replay - 3/1/2009 6:53:35 PM   
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St. Louis Cardinals 1906 Amateur Draft Picks



Round 1 - Bob 'Hickory Bob' Harmon, 19 year old pitcher from Liberal, Missouri
Round 2 - George 'Rube' Ellis, 21 year old outfielder from Downey, California
Round 3 - Steve Melter, 20 year old pitcher from Marcus, Iowa
Round 4 - Grover 'Slim' Lowdermilk, 21 year old pitcher from Sandborn, Indiana
Round 5 - Ed Zmich, 22 year old pitcher from Cleveland, Ohio


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Monthly Report - April 1906


National League


The Cincinnati Reds {13-5} are off to an early lead this season, garnering an 8-2 home record for a 2 game lead over the Brooklyn Superbas {10-6}, who went 6-2 at home. Our St. Louis Cardinals {7-10} are off to a slow start, which may only get worse, as the transition from April to May sees us in the middle of 33 straight games without a day off. The 3rd place Chicago Cubs {9-7} had a nice 7-3 month at home. The 4th place New York Giants {8-8} had a mixed month, going 6-2 at home but countering that with a 6-2 road record. All other teams in the league are below .500, with the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates {5-12} dead last.

American League

The Philadelphia Athletics {11-3} are leading the league at the end of the month, going 8-3 at home and 3-0 on the road, and are leading the Cleveland Blues {8-4} by 2 games. 3rd place is held by the Detroit Tigers {8-6}, who went 2-5 at home but 6-1 on the road. The league champion Boston Americans {8-7} went 3-1 at home to claim 4th and the last team over .500.

Current Standings



Highlights

Wednesday, April 18th, Jim Delahanty - 5 Hits in a 10-2 win over the New York Highlanders

Thursday, April 19th, Jim Delahanty - 5 Hits in a 5-4, 13 inning win over the New York Highlanders

Thursday, April 26th, Orval Overall {3-0} - 1 Hit Shutout in a 6-0 win at Detroit







Who's Hot

National League

Sam Mertes - .415 Batting Average, 10 RBI, 27 Hits, 4 Triples, 4 Stolen Bases, .615 SLG, .465 OBP, 1.080 OPS (16 Games)
Jimmy Sheckard - .333 Batting Average, 14 RBI, 3 Triples, 5 Stolen Bases, .423 OBP (16 Games)
Ed Karger - 4 Wins, 0 Losses, 2.55 ERA, 12 Strikeouts, 4 GS, 3 CG (4 Games)
Doc Newton - 4 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.13 ERA, 10 Strikeouts, 40 IP, 5 GS (5 Games)

American League

Danny Murphy - .386 Batting Average, 10 RBI, .491 SLG, .410 OBP, (14 Games)
Tom Needham - .261 Batting Average, 13 RBI (13 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 4 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.21 ERA, 15 Strikeouts, 37.1 IP, 5 GS (5 Games)
Elmer Stricklett - 4 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.62 ERA, 6 Strikeouts (7 Games)


My Team




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Monthly Report - May 1906


National League


The Cincinnati Reds {29-16} went 4-1 on the road to help maintain their 2 game lead over the Brooklyn Superbas {26-17}. Our St. Louis Cardinals {16-31} are an utter disgrace, with a 9-21 record for the month of May, including a 6-18 record at home. This puts them in dead last, 14 games out of 1st place. The Philadelphia Phillies {17-25} remain the team we are chasing.With a 3-6 home record they aren't doing much better than we are.

American League

The Philadelphia Athletics {28-14} are still in 1st place at the end of the month, leading the Cleveland Blues {24-17}, who went 9-4 at home, by 3.5 games. The Chicago White Sox {16-24} went 8-15 on the road to fall from 5th to 7th place. Like their counterparts in the National Leauge, the St. Louis Browns {13-28} are in last place, with an 8-20 record for the month, with all but one loss occurring on the road.

Current Standings



Highlights

Tuesday, May 1st, Harry Steinfeldt - 5 Hits in a 11-5 win versus the Pittsburgh Pirates

Monday, May 7th, Dave Brain - 5 Hits in a 5-2 win at Cleveland

Wednesday, May 9th, Fred Beebe {4-1} - 12 Strikeouts in a 6-1 win over the Detroit Tigers

Wednesday, May 16th, Sport McAllister - 5 Hits in a 13-0 win at New York

Thursday, May 17th, Ed Walsh {3-5} - 9 Strikeouts in a 1-2 loss to the Cleveland Blues

Monday, May 21st, Malachi Kittridge - 2 Home Runs in a 12-3 win versus the St. Louis Browns






Who's Hot

National League

Honus Wagner - .366 Batting Average, 13 RBI, .445 OBP (41 Games)
Jimmy Sheckard - .352 Batting Average, 29 RBI, 33 Runs, 62 Hits, 14 Doubles, 16 Stolen Bases, .417 OBP (43 Games)
Ed Karger - 9 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.87 ERA, 33 Strikeouts, 6 CG (12 Games)
Jack Taylor - 5 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.36 ERA, 17 Strikeouts, (9 Games)

American League

Danny Murphy - .368 Batting Average, 22 RBI, 60 Hits, .403 OBP, (42 Games)
Tom Needham - .271 Batting Average, 30 RBI (37 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 9 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.97 ERA, 40 Strikeouts, 96 IP, 13 GS (13 Games)
Chief Bender - 6 Wins, 1 Loss, 0.95 ERA, 39 Strikeouts (9 Games)


My Team




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Monthly Report - June 1906


National League


The Chicago Cubs {45-25} have switched places with the Cincinnati Reds {40-31}, taking over 1st place after going 18-7 in June, including 7-0 record at home. They lead the Brooklyn Superbas {41-28}, who went 12-6 at home, by 3.5 games. Our St. Louis Cardinals {24-47} just get worse and worse, going 8-16 for the month, and ending June on a 7 game losing streak and 21.5 games out of 1st place. The New York Giants {38-31} are still in 4th place and the last team above .500 this season.

American League

The Detroit Tigers {41-27} have taken over 1st place, going 15-7 at home. They lead the Philadelphia Athletics {41-28} by only 0.5 games, however.

Current Standings



Highlights

Tuesday, June 5th, Ed Walsh {6-8} - 11 Strikeouts in a 4-3, 12 inning win at Cleveland

Thursday, June 7th, Tim Jordan - 2 Home Runs in a 4-3 win versus the Boston Americans

Friday, June 8th, Dutch Jordan - 2 Home Runs and 8 RBI in a 10-1 win versus the St. Louis Cardinals

Saturday, June 9th, Topsy Hartsel - 5 Hits in an 11-7, 11 inning win at New York

Saturday, June 9th, Tom O'Brien - 2 Home Runs in a 16-7 win at Chicago

Saturday, June 16th, Ed Walsh {6-8} - 9 Strikeouts in a 3-4 loss in Chicago

Monday, June 18th, Bill Dahlen - 5 Hits in a 2-0, 11 inning win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Monday, June 25th, Doc Gessler - 5 Hits and 2 Home Runs in a 9-2 win at Detroit

Monday, June 25th, Ed Karger {14-2} - 11 Strikeouts in a 4-5, 12 inning loss in Boston

Tuesday, June 26th, Red Dooin - 2 Home Runs in a 5-3 win at New York

Thursday, June 28th, Hobe Ferris - 5 Hits in a 7-1 win at Boston






Who's Hot

National League

Chick Stahl - .356 Batting Average, 1 HR, 19 RBI, .488 SLG, .893 OPS (53 Games)
Willie Keeler - .333 Batting Average, 4 HR, 28 RBI, 94 Hits (69 Games)
Ed Karger - 14 Wins, 2 Losses, 1.84 ERA, 58 Strikeouts, 147 IP, 8 CG (19 Games)
Ed Reulbach - 7 Wins, 5 Losses, 1.72 ERA, 65 Strikeouts (19 Games)

American League

Danny Murphy - .357 Batting Average, 1 HR, 29 RBI, 44 Runs (68 Games)
Roy Hartzell - .325 Batting Average, 5 HR, 26 RBI (66 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 13 Wins, 2 Losses, 1.63 ERA, 68 Strikeouts, 148.2 IP, 20 GS, 2 Shutouts (20 Games)
George Winter - 10 Wins, 4 Losses, 1.90 ERA, 59 Strikeouts, 3 Shutouts (18 Games)


My Team




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1906 All Stars


National League




Chick Stahl, CF* Vic Willis, SP



Ed Karger, SP*! Jimmy Sheckard, LF



Sammy Strang, 3B* Johnny Evers, 2B* Joe Tinker, SS* Jack Taylor, SP Bob Wicker, CL Ed Reulbach, SP



Harry Steinfeldt, 3B Bill Burns, RP



Sam Mertes, LF* Roger Bresnahan, C* Dan McGann, 1B* George Browne, RF Fred Snodgrass, CF Hobe Ferris, 2B Christy Mathewson, SP



Nap Lajoie, 2B Joe Harris, RP



Honus Wagner, RF* Jimmy Williams, 3B Doc Scanlan, RP



Cy Young, RP






American League


Ed Walsh, SP Elmer Stricklett, RP



Danny Hoffman, CF* Larry Doyle, 2B George Disch, RP



Terry Turner, SS* Roy Hartzell, LF John Anderson, 1B George Winter, SP



Dave Brain, 3B* Tom Fisher, SP* Earl Moore, SP Bill Bernhard, RP



George Stone, LF* Tom O'Brien, 1B Eddie Collins, 2B



Davy Jones, LF* Danny Murphy, 2B* Frank Isbell, 1B* Chief Bender, SP Walter Clarkson, CL Jimmy Dygert, RP



Sport McAllister, C* Charlie Jones, CF



Socks Seybold, RF



* indicates a starter.
! indicates the most votes for the current year.




1905 All Star Game Most Valuable Player

Chick Stahl, 4 Hits, 1 RBI, 2 Runs Scored, 1 Double, 1 Stolen Base

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Monthly Report - July 1906


National League


The Chicago Cubs {66-32} had a great month, with 21 wins and only 7 losses (13-5 at home, 8-2 on the road), have stretched their league lead to 8.5 games, with the New York Giants {57-40} taking over 2nd place after going 19-9 in July (8-4 at home, 11-5 on the road). Our St. Louis Cardinals {36-63} continue to move farther and farther from 1st. The only team doing worse in baseball is the other team from St. Louis.

American League

The Philadelphia Athletics{59-36} have retaken 1st place from the Detroit Tigers {56-38}, going 15-7 at home and 18-8 overall for the month. The New York Highlanders {40-55} went 5-11 at home, 9-17 overall, to fall one place to 7th. The worst team in baseball, the St. Louis Browns {32-63} went 6-15 on the road, 6-20 overall, to hold last place in their league, just like their National League counterparts.

Current Standings



Highlights

Tuesday, July 3rd, Willie Keeler - 2 Home Runs in a 15-16, 10 inning loss at New York

Tuesday, July 3rd, Sam Mertes - 2 Home Runs in a 16-15, 10 inning win versus Brooklyn

Tuesday, July 3rd, Roger Bresnahan - 2 Home Runs and 9 RBI in a 16-15, 10 inning win versus the Brooklyn Superbas

Wednesday, July 4th, Bill Dahlen - 2 Home Runs in an 11-9 win at New York

Wednesday, July 4th, Lew Ritter - 3 Home Runs in an 11-9 win at New York

Wednesday, July 4th, George Browne - 2 Home Runs in a 9-11 loss versus the Brooklyn Superbas

Wednesday, July 4th, Bill Dahlen - 2 Home Runs in an 7-15 loss at New York

Wednesday, July 4th, Fred Snodgrass - 2 Home Runs in a 15-7 win versus the Brooklyn Superbas

Wednesday, July 4th, Doc White {10-13} - 9 Strikeouts in a 7-0 win at Boston

Friday, July 6th, Dan McGann - 2 Home Runs in an 11-10 win versus the Boston Beaneaters

Monday, July 9th, Ed Reulbach {10-7} - 9 Strikeouts in a 7-3 win over the Boston Beaneaters

Monday, July 9th, Bill Hogg {10-10} - 9 Strikeouts in a 2-1, 10 inning win over the St. Louis Browns

Thursday, July 12th, Nap Lajoie - 5 Hits in a 7-3 win at St. Louis

Thursday, July 19th, Orvall Overall {13-6} - 10 Strikeouts in a 9-8, 11 inning win at New York

Saturday, July 21st, Jim Delahanty - 5 Hits in a 17-2 win versus the Cleveland Blues

Saturday, July 21st, Chief Bender {14-5} - 11 Strikeouts in a 2-0 win over the Chicago White Sox

Thursday, July 26th, Fred Snodgrass - 3 Home Runs in a 14-9 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Thursday, July 26th, Frank Bowerman - 2 Home Runs and 7 RBI in a 14-9 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Thursday, July 26th, Honus Wagner - 2 Home Runs in a 15-4 win at Philadelphia

Thursday, July 26th, Jack O'Connor - 2 Home Runs in a 15-4 win at Philadelphia

Friday, July 27th, Sam Mertes - 2 Home Runs in a 13-15 loss to the Cincinnati Reds

Saturday, July 28th, Bill Keister - 2 Home Runs in a 7-4 win versus the St. Louis Cardinals

Saturday, July 28th, Admiral Schlei - 2 Home Runs in a 17-8 win at New York

Saturday, July 28th, Ed Delahanty - 2 Home Runs in a 12-4 win versus the Pittsburgh Pirates

Monday, July 30th, Russ Ford {5-2} - 10 Strikeouts in an 8-4, 14 inning win at Chicago

Monday, July 30th, Dick Hoblitzel - 2 Home Runs in an 11-22 loss at New York

Monday, July 30th, Sam Mertes - 5 Hits in a 22-11 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Monday, July 30th, Charlie Hickman - 5 Hits in a 22-11 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Monday, July 30th, Dan McGann - 2 Home Runs in a 22-11 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Monday, July 30th, John Knight - 2 Home Runs in an 11-10 win at Philadelphia

Tuesday, July 31st, Ty Cobb - 2 Home Runs in a 9-7 win at New York

Tuesday, July 31st, Sammy Strang - 2 Home Runs in a 9-3 win at Philadelphia

Tuesday, July 31st, Lave Cross - 5 Hits in a 12-4 win at Detroit




Who's Hot

National League

Chick Stahl - .361 Batting Average, 2 HR, 27 RBI, .412 OBP (80 Games)
Fred Snodgrass - .320 Batting Average, 11 HR, 54 RBI (97 Games)
Ed Karger - 18 Wins, 3 Losses, 2.10 ERA, 80 Strikeouts, 201 IP, 12 CG (26 Games)
Jack Taylor - 16 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.81 ERA, 40 Strikeouts (23 Games)

American League

Danny Murphy - .351 Batting Average, 1 HR, 34 RBI, 65 Runs, .411 OBP (94 Games)
Roy Hartzell - .299 Batting Average, 6 HR, 35 RBI (92 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 15 Wins, 5 Losses, 1.81 ERA, 82 Strikeouts (29 Games)
George Winter - 15 Wins, 7 Losses, 2.43 ERA, 84 Strikeouts (26 Games)


My Team




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Monthly Report - August 1906


National League


The New York Giants {70-53} used an 8-3 home record to move within 7 games of the 1st place Chicago Cubs {78-47} as we go into the final weeks of the 1906 season. The season is all but over for our St. Louis Cardinals {43-82} as we go into September 35 games out of 1st place. But the other team from St. Louis is still doing worse. The Cincinnati Reds {67-58} had an 8-4 home record in August to move into 3rd place, 11 games behind the Cubs. They were helped by the Brooklyn Superbas {63-60} going 8-18 for the month, including a 3-11 home record. Brooklyn is the last team in the league to finish the month above .500. The Philadelphia Phillies {57-65} had an amazing month, winning 20 of 26 games (11-3 at home, 9-3 on the road), moving up to 6th place.

American League

The Philadelphia Athletics {77-45} increased their lead to 9 games, going 10-3 at Columbia Park (18-9 overall). The Detroit Tigers {64-56} did just the opposite, going 3-10 on the road and 8-18 overall to fall from 2nd place to 4th. All other teams in the American League have a winning percentage of less than .500. The New York Highlanders {57-65} went 10-5 at home to move back up to 6th place. St. Louis is still the most shameful city
in baseball, with it's American League team, the St. Louis Browns {41-80} went 4-8 on the road, 9-17 overall, to hold their position as the worst team in the association.


Current Standings



Highlights

Wednesday, August 1st, Alan Storke - 3 Home Runs in an 18-12 victory at New York

Wednesday, August 1st, Ty Cobb - 4 Home Runs and 7 RBI in an 18-12 victory at New York

Wednesday, August 1st, Sam Mertes - 5 Hits in a 12-18 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals

Thursday, August 2nd, Johnny Kling - 5 Hits in a 21-2 victory Philadelphia

Saturday, August 4th, Fred Snodgrass - 3 Home Runs in a 9-7 win versus the Chicago Cubs

Saturday, August 4th, Sherry Magee - 5 Hits and 5 Runs Scored in a 21-5 win versus the St. Louis Cardinals

Friday, August 17th, Davy Jones - 4 Stolen Bases in a 4-1 win versus the Cleveland Blues

Saturday, August 18th, Red Murray - 5 Hits in a 1-2, 19 inning loss at Boston

Sunday, August 19th, Johnny Kling - 5 Hits in a 13-0 win versus the New York Giants

Sunday, August 19th, Sammy Strang - 5 Hits in a 13-0 win versus the New York Giants

Friday, August 24th, Chick Stahl - 4 Stolen Bases in a 4-0 victory at St. Louis

Saturday, August 25th, Jeff Pfeffer {6-1} - 9 Strikeouts in a 5-1 Complete Game win over the New York Giants

Monday, August 27th, Ed Delahanty - 5 Hits in a 12-2 victory at Pittsburgh




Who's Hot

National League

Honus Wagner - .341 Batting Average, 4 HR, 58 RBI, 34 Doubles, .408 OBP (121 Games)
Fred Snodgrass - .308 Batting Average, 20 HR, 74 RBI (123 Games)
Ed Karger - 20 Wins, 7 Losses, 2.48 ERA, 102 Strikeouts, 254 IP, 15 CG (33 Games)
Jack Taylor - 16 Wins, 3 Losses, 2.04 ERA, 46 Strikeouts (28 Games)

American League

Danny Murphy - .338 Batting Average, 1 HR, 43 RBI, 74 Runs, 149 Hits, .394 OBP, .834 OPS (120 Games)
Frank Isbell - .329 Batting Average, 1 HR, 60 RBI, 72 Runs, 168 Hits, 13 Triples, .829 OPS (120 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 22 Wins, 5 Losses, 1.71 ERA, 111 Strikeouts, 258.1 IP (42 Games)
Walter Johnson - 11 Wins, 7 Losses, 1.91 ERA, 97 Strikeouts (27 Games)


My Team




Wrathchild's 1900 Puresim Replay


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RE: 1900 Replay - 4/23/2009 9:32:02 PM   
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Monthly Report - September/October 1906


National League


The Chicago Cubs {99-55} are making their first trip to the World Series. They have also tied the record for most wins in a season (99). They won exactly 50 more games than our St. Louis Cardinals {49-105}, who finished the season with more losses than team in history. Their one season total for losses is higher than the one season record for wins.


American League

The Philadelphia Athletics {99-55} are going to their second World Series, having won the contest in 1903.

Final Standings



Highlights

Monday, September 3rd, Lew Ritter - 5 Hits in a 12-0 victory at Philadelphia

Wednesday, September 19th, John Titus - 3 Home Runs in a 23-10 win versus the St. Louis Cardinals

Friday, September 21st, Fred Clarke - 5 Hits in a 13-5 victory at Boston

Friday, September 21st, Jimmy Dygert {5-2} - 1 Hit Shutout in a 5-0 win at St. Louis

Friday, September 21st, Miller Huggins - 5 Hits in an 8-9, 12 inning loss at Philadelphia

Monday, October 1st, Ty Cobb - 4 Stolen Bases in a 12-4 victory at New York

Tuesday, October 2nd, Mike Donlin - 5 Hits in a 14-6, 11 inning victory at New York

Tuesday, October 2nd, George Browne - 5 Hits in a 6-14, 11 inning loss to the St. Louis Cardinals

Tuesday, October 2nd, Nap Lajoie - 5 Hits and 5 Runs Scored in a 17-8 win versus the Chicago Cubs

Friday, September 21st, Jimmy Dygert {5-2} - 1 Hit Shutout in a 5-0 win at St. Louis


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Final Report 1906


Chicago Cubs - 1906 World Champions (1st Championship)
{defeated the Philadelphia Athletics ~ 4 to 0}



Award Winners

Best Pitcher
Jimmy Dygert {26-8/2.03}
Ed Karger {23-8/2.60}



Most Valuable Player
Frank Isbell {.331/2/76}
Sam Mertes {.336/19/88}


Best Rookie Pitcher
Vive Lindaman/i] {11-16/2.48}
none selected

Best Rookie Player
Frank Delahanty {.265/0/43}
Fred Snodgrass {.302/20/88}


New Records
Jimmy Dygert breaks Rube Waddell's single season Wins record (24) {26}
Harry McIntire breaks Irv Young's single season Losses record (25) {26}
Jimmy Dygert breaks Orval Overall's single season Innings Pitched record (326) {327.1}
Bill Hogg ties Mike Lynch's single season Games Started record (45)
Ed Karger ties Noodles Hahn's and Rube Waddell's single season Complete Games record (18)
Christy Mathewson ties Deacon Phillippe's single season Shutouts record (8)




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RE: 1900 Replay - 4/25/2009 3:56:13 AM   
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......................... 1907 Association News .........................


The Boston Beaneaters have changed their name to the Boston Doves and adopted a new logo.

The St. Louis Cardinals have fired manager J.G. Wrathchild. He has been picked up to manage the Brooklyn Superbas.



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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 4/26/2009 6:27:00 AM   
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Brooklyn Superbas 1907 Amateur Draft Picks



Round 1 - George 'Farmer' Bell, 33 year old pitcher from Greenwood, New York
Round 2 - Clarence Brunson, 29 year old first baseman from Miami, Florida
Round 3 - Tommy Weiss, 26 year old infielder from Enid, Oklahoma
Round 4 - Steven Frazer, 36 year old pitcher from Sacramento, California
Round 5 - Jason Paradise, 31 year old outfielder from Springfield, Illinois


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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/3/2009 6:55:10 PM   
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Monthly Report - April 1907


National League


The Pittsburgh Pirates {12-4} are off to an early lead for 1st place, 3.5 games ahead of any other team. Our Brooklyn Superbas {7-10} are off to a slow start, ending the month in 7th place. The St. Louis Cardinals{10-9} went 3-8 at home, but 7-1 on the road, to end the month in 5th place and the last team with doing .500 or better. The World Champion Chicago Cubs {5-13} are in last place, doing a terrible 3-8 on the road.

American League

The Philadelphia Athletics {12-5} are in 1st place, just 0.5 games ahead of the Detroit Tigers {11-5}.

Current Standings



Highlights

Thursday, April 18th, Patsy Dougherty - 5 Hits in a 7-2 win versus the Philadelphia Athletics

Tuesday, April 23rd, Christy Mathewson {1-2} - 9 Strikeouts in a 5-1 Complete Game win at Boston

Tuesday, April 23rd, Rube Waddell {2-1} - 10 Strikeouts in a 5-1 Complete Game win at Boston

Friday, April 26th, Billy Sullivan - 5 Hits in a 12-1 win at Brooklyn





Who's Hot

National League

Jiggs Donahue - .435 Batting Average, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 16 Runs, 27 Hits, 7 Doubles, .677 SLG, .462 OBP, 1.139 OPS (15 Games)
Nap Lajoie - .389 Batting Average, 4 RBI, 13 Runs, 28 Hits (17 Games)
Christy Mathewson - 1 Win, 2 Losses, 4.50 ERA, 24 Strikeouts (5 Games)
Slim Sallee - 2 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.00 ERA, 4 Strikeouts (2 Games)

American League

Kid Elberfield - .406 Batting Average, 8 RBI, 28 Hits, .461 OBP, .953 OPS (16 Games)
Sport McAllister - .328 Batting Average, 1 HR, 17 RBI, 3 Triples, .531 SLG (17 Games)
Harry McIntire - 5 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.58 ERA, 20 Strikeouts (5 Games)
Eddie Plank - 1 Win, 1 Loss, 0.39 ERA, 13 Strikeouts (4 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/13/2009 9:03:25 PM   
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Monthly Report - May 1907


National League


The Pittsburgh Pirates {35-9} had an amazing 23-5 month (8-0 at home, 15-5 on the road) to increase their 1st place lead to 12.5 games. Our Brooklyn Superbas {17-28} are the worst team in baseball (4-10 at home in May), falling to last place in the National League.


American League

The Detroit Tigers {30-13} went 19-8, including 13-6 at home, to take over 1st place. They are 1.5 games ahead of the Philadelphia Athletics {29-15}. The Washington Senators {18-26} went 9-18 (4-8 at home, 5-10 away) to fall from 4th place to 6th place.

Current Standings



Highlights

Friday, May 10th, Danny Murphy - 5 Hits in a 4-2, 12 inning victory at Chicago

Saturday, May 11th, John Ganzel - 5 Hits in a 6-9 loss at Brooklyn

Thursday, May 16th, Sherry Magee - 3 Home Runs in an 8-7 win versus the Cincinnati Reds

Tuesday, May 28th, Rube Waddell {9-1} - 11 Strikeouts in a 1-0 win at St. Louis

Friday, May 31st, Jack Coombs {4-2} - 9 Strikeouts in a 13-4 win at St. Louis





Who's Hot

National League

Jiggs Donahue - .364 Batting Average, 2 HR, 14 RBI (40 Games)
Elmer Flick - .314 Batting Average, 7 HR, 28 RBI, 8 Triples, .546 SLG (45 Games)
Rube Waddell - 9 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.17 ERA, 70 Strikeouts (12 Games)
Addie Joss - 10 Wins, 1 Loss, 2.78 ERA, 33 Strikeouts (12 Games)

American League

Kid Elberfield - .369 Batting Average, 14 RBI, 59 Hits, 16 Stolen Bases, .433 OBP, .864 OPS (41 Games)
Dave Brain - .271 Batting Average, 4 HR, 24 RBI (40 Games)
Howie Camnitz - 3 Wins, 0 Losses, 1.16 ERA, 22 Strikeouts (24 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 9 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.46 ERA, 14 Starts, 58 Strikeouts (14 Games)


My Team




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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/21/2009 1:24:00 PM   
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I'm contemplating abandoning this report. I'm not going to drop the association but I'm probably not going to be taking it as seriously as I was or playing it as much. It's a tough decision, though, since I'm so obsessive, anal-retentive, and hate to leave anything uncompleted. At the present time, my enthusiasm has been overshadowed by my frustration. Maybe if I just take a few days off I will get the fever again, and risk running into the issues I've been having with the game.

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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/21/2009 10:52:38 PM   
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Hang in there Wrathchild. Maybe Shaun will stop in help you with a fix.
Don

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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/22/2009 12:15:54 AM   
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I'm already going through withdrawal!  I could probably be placated with some more screenshots of the new game.  Lately I've been doing a lot of analyzing and learning about baseball in general, resulting in some of my questions on this forum, and all it makes me want to do is play again! Maybe a couple days off will be enough. There's just something about Puresim that always makes me want to start the next game in the season, just to see what my team is going to do, or not do as the case usually is for me. I still think I can turn this Brooklyn team around. Maybe I'll compromise: if my team is winning I won't touch any player cards and mess around with the lineup card too much, just in case I cause it to lock up. However, if I'm losing, well....

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RE: 1900 Replay (Currently in 1907 Season) - 5/24/2009 2:06:41 PM   
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Well, I've decided to jump right back in. Thanks to some advice from KG, which mostly came down to 'Leave the player cards alone during the game!' I think I can avoid any lockups.  I realize that scouring player cards during a game isn't going to make a difference between a win and a loss so now that I can handle that I can just get back to having a good time!

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RE: 20th Century Replay (Current Season: 1907) - 5/24/2009 2:12:05 PM   
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Monthly Report - June 1907


National League


The Pittsburgh Pirates {52-20} had another good month, going 13-7 on the road to maintain their 1st place position by 11 games. The Cincinnati Reds {41-31} had an incredible 20-7 June, including 17-6 at home, to move from 5th place to 2nd. Our Brooklyn Superbas {27-43} are no longer the worst team in baseball, but are still in last place in the National League. The Chicago Cubs {34-38} also turned up the power, as they moved from 7th place to 4th place. The New York Giants {32-38} dropped from 3rd place to 5th, mostly due to an unimpressive 6-14 road record. The Boston Doves {30-38} spent the whole month on the road, though it wasn't a good month. They lost 16 and won only 7 to drop from 2nd place to 7th place.


American League

The Detroit Tigers {43-27} maintain their 1.5 game lead of the Philadelphia Athletics {41-28}. The Chicago White Sox {27-46} had another miserable month, 9-18, including 7-14 on the road, to fall further into last place.

Current Standings



Highlights

Saturday, June 1st, Tommy Leach - 4 Stolen Bases in a 5-4, 11 inning win versus the Chicago Cubs

Thursday, June 6th, Ted Easterly - 5 Hits in a 10-3 win versus the New York Giants

Thursday, June 20th, Sammy Strang - 5 Hits in a 2-3 loss to the Boston Doves

Thursday, June 20th, Lefty Leifield {10-5} - 9 Strikeouts in a 6-2 CG win over the Philadelphia Phillies

Monday, June 24th, Ed Walsh {5-6} - 9 Strikeouts in a 4-2 win over the New York Highlanders

Wednesday, June 26th, Red Ames {7-5} - 11 Strikeouts in a 3-2 win over the Cleveland Blues

Saturday, June 29th, Homer Smoot - 5 Hits in a 7-0 win at Cincinnati

Saturday, June 29th, Rube Waddell {14-2} - 9 Strikeouts in a 0-9 loss at Chicago





Who's Hot

National League

Jiggs Donahue - .342 Batting Average, 2 HR, 21 RBI (63 Games)
Elmer Flick - .310 Batting Average, 8 HR, 39 RBI, 10 Triples, .514 SLG, .860 OPS (70 Games)
Rube Waddell - 14 Wins, 2 Losses, 1.07 ERA, 103 Strikeouts (19 Games)
Addie Joss - 13 Wins, 3 Losses, 2.77 ERA, 49 Strikeouts (19 Games)

American League

Kid Elberfield - .326 Batting Average, 21 RBI, .410 SLG, .381 OBP, .790 OPS (65 Games)
Otis Clymer - .326 Batting Average, 15 RBI, .363 OBP (69 Games)
Earl Moore - 8 Wins, 1 Loss, 1.39 ERA, 57 Strikeouts (17 Games)
Jimmy Dygert - 12 Wins, 5 Losses, 1.53 ERA, 164.1 IP, 21 Starts, 96 Strikeouts (22 Games)


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