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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Here I come to save the day!!


Toledo, OH

Toledo closer Jerami Evans broke the single season record in Saves with 51! Previously held by Teddy Collier, Evans managed to beat the record by 2 making it pretty much out of reach for others in the future. I feel this record will stand for a long time.

Call the Police! Stolen Base RECORD!!!


San Diego, CA

2B Fonzie Puffer shattered the single season stolen base record! He surpassed the previous record of 128 held by now retired Javier Pineiro. A ceremony will be held later today in San Diego in honor of the record breaking moment!




San Fransisco (79-83) vs. New York (95-67): San Fransisco the obvious under dog here with a pretty tough offense led by C George Forrest won a weak division. Last season they surprised everyone by defeating the Jacksonville Suns (Boston Beaneaters) moving on to the DCS. New York on the other hand has great pitching combined with several offensive studs. New York pulled off 2nd place in a tough AL East so I give the nod to New York. 3-1.


Philadelphia (97-65) vs. Jacksonville (93-69): Jacksonville's much improved pitching didn't win them the Division. With a 4-6 record vs. Philly this season it's pretty safe to say this series could go down to the last game. I predict Jacksonville wins 3-2.


Omaha (88-74) vs. Louisville (93-69): Very evenly matched teams here.. I give the veteran experience of Louisville coach Rbedwell the edge in this tough series. Omaha's pitching will be strong but I feel Louisville's offense is just that damn good. Louisville 3-2.


Ottawa (90-72) vs. Richmond (92-70): Richmond's poor offense will be tough to beat the offense led by Jermaine Pierre! I predict Ottawa wins 3-1 all close games.

Season 6 Done! Random stuff !


1.) Seattle has it's best record in Franchise History. 81-81 tops former high record of 73-89.

2.) San Francisco reports that George Forrest had his 4th straight .300+ season. Forrest is among the best hitters in DD history with a career average of .313.

3.) San Diego's offense was last in league in Strikeouts and last in the league in Walks!

4.) Philadelphia's Bernie Alvarez has 24 CG's in 71 starts for Philly. Approx. every 3rd start is a CG.

5.) Kansas City's Magglio Alvarado was a rule 5 pick last season. Became All Star in season 6 playing CF for KC.

6.) Huntington's worst finish ever!

7.) Cleveland posted the best record in Franchise History this season!

8.) Despite 2 seasons with Albert Wall and Spike Logan, Chicago has yet to make the playoffs in the last 2 seasons.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Break out performances!


Every player has a season where they produce exceptionally more then they have in the past. Whether their team is winning or losing I'd like to point out a few break out season performances.

Gary Mateo (1B,HUN): 31 HR, 111 RBI and .313 BA. Mateo's previous highs are 23 HR, 101 RBI and .288 BA.

Mark Post (Sp,MON): 22-1, 2.25 era and 179 k's. Post's previous highs are 21-4, 2.71 era and 201 k's.

Junior Cerveza (Sp, STL): 21-2, 2.13 era and 178 k's. Cerveza's previous highs are 16 wins, 2.87 era and 215 k's.

Robinson Dreifort (Sp, NY): 20-8, 2.79 era and 181 k's. Dreifort's previous highs are 17 wins, 3.66 era and 200 k's.

Fonzie Puffer (2b,SD): 132 SB's and 5 3b's. Puffer's previous highs are 110 SB's and 5 3b's.

Jeremi Evans (Closer, TOL): 46 saves, 1.59 era. Evans previous highs are 46 saves and 2.16 era.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

After 120 games!



We've had a quiet season here on the blog and this update is basically to talk about random thing's happening in the world. A few surprises in the American league would be 1.) New York holding down 2nd place in the AL East. We all knew it would happen eventually but the Jacksonville team has it's strongest team since being in that division. New York has one true MVP on their team and it's SP ROBINSON DREIFORT! Dreifort going 15-7 with a 2.90 era is keeping them towards the top of the division and will be a huge help if they are to catch Philly.

Las Vegas is in 2nd place in the AL West however not going to make a playoff spot they've managed to get a good draft this season and are attempting to bring in young talent for the future.

Disappointments: Salt Lake City, SLC has a very solid team and has been the main team pushing to take Montreal out in the AL North. This season they haven't been playing to the potential that they are capable of. That offense is pretty solid with great players like Kid Sadler, Bob Scutaro and Carlos Gandarillas. Hopefully they will figure out what's happening soon and fix it.


4 great division battles going on currently. Ottawa with only a 3 game lead of Chicago in the North, Toledo up by 3 over the very very tough Pittsburgh, Austin up 6 over Louisville and Omaha over Honolulu by 5. The Surprise team in the NL is certainly Pittburgh. Pitt has now moved up to be considered one of the hardest teams to play in the world. Nolan Cain has been a disappointment since being brought up to the ML level but luckily for Pitt they have solid pitching and an amazing Closer in Matthews. Christopher Matthews appears to be a big name in other areas too.. As the races come down to the wire I will be discussing possible scenarios and make my predictions of who is in and who is out.