CBA Owners Page
2009 CBA Draft CBA Infractions 2009

CBA Usage Page

ChatRoom

 

Press

Archive

 

2009 Draft

CBA 2009 Free Agents

2009 Playoffs

 

2009 Restricted Free Agent Page

Strategy

CBA Strategy Link

Super Hall Bullpen Management Help

Netplay Strat-o-matic help

League links

Rob Hite's  FunSite

CBA at Opening Day

2009 Ratings

CBA's honor to the past: Defunct Team Page Click circle logo: 

CBA: International Strat-o-matic Baseball

Your feedback is much appreciated please let us know your results..
We want you to check out our homepage and see some of our team pages and logos.
Our archives are brimming with Strat statistics and career totals back to 1997.
See our records and season by season pages. Maybe some of your friends were here!     
           CBA Committee@yahoogroups.com

The first round is complete.  Stunning upsets, and glorious wins.  The first series pit the Longue Pointe Loggers, Dawson champs against the Ohio Thundercats in their first ever playoff.  It was a hard fought series which was accented by some outstanding pitching perfomances by both teams. Dempster heading the rotation based on his Cy Young type season, was shaky as LP uncharacteristically scored 8 to outlast the T Cats.  Total effort against Volquez who surrendered 7 er.  The game was tied going into the 7th inning.  Theriot's double was the difference. Game 2 was all Rick3 Nolasco in a 6 hitter.  It was a fine performance, stopping LP cold. Game 3 was an extra innings game won by Ohio.  Tied at 2 in the 7th, another tight one. A dramatic ending.  Chris Young walked, Johjima bunted him over, But Balfour came in and promptly walked Guillen, and LP killer Kelly Johnson drew a bases loaded walk.  Texeira  who also had homered, finally walked with the bases loaded off LP closer Grant Balfour. Lincecum K's 8 and Torii Hunter had a big offensive game.  Dempster won game 4 with with some timely hitting and great pitching.  He K'd 9 in the win.  Game 5 saw Carlos Zambrano(1-0) and Ricky Nolasco(1-1) locked horns in a pitcher's duel with Zambrano and the Longue Pointe Loggers coming out on top of the Ohio Thundercats 2 to 1. Zambrano was in control of the game from the outset. He surrendered only 5  hits and 2 walks in 8 and 2/3 innings. Ohio had a chance in the 9th but they came up short against Wilson who earned a save...Game 6 was Lincecum's best.  He K's 13 in a 2 to 1 victory.  Lp will go on to SD for a showdown

Ohio Thundercats Mark Texeira connects against LP


 

San Diego Surf's GM Joe Wallace.  Is out for blood.  Years of losing has made him hungry and a total CBA force to be dealt with.  He dispatched Belfast and JD Adams in 6 games. SD took g 1,2,3 the SD talent just took over.  In game 1 it was the small guys, Kendrick and C Guzman who had the big hits for SD.  In game 2 it was Manny, McCann, Dye.  Game 3 it was the whole lineup just slappin 'em down and scoring runs.  In game 4 Belfast won the game with a run in the bottom of the 9th inning on an Aubrey Huff walk. An Alexei Ramirez single, and a Brandon Moss base-hit. Game 5 Nate McLouth blasted 2 homeruns, and Brawlers won in 10 innings by the score of 8 to 7. That game was deadlocked at 7 after nine full innings. SD took their 4th and the right to play Dennis Concepcion and LP winning game 6.  Dan Haren racked up an impressive total of 10 strikeouts as the San Diego Surf outscored the Belfast Brawlers 7 to 2. Haren(2-0) was in control of the game from the outset. He gave up just 7 hits and 1 walk in 9 innings. San Diego finished with 13 hits, and David Wright had a Homer and 3 RBI's and Wallace is looking like gold. LP and SD will meet to decide Staub.

Indiana Brooklyn was tougher than it looked.  The Redbirds took that series 4 to 1. Game 1 was a pitchers duel with Halladay and Oswalt going on into extras. In the end Brooklyn didn't hit, but Reyes did launching a HR for the Indy win.  Indy won game 2 by a large margin 14-5.  The big boys, Pujols, ARod, Josht Hamilton  (5 RBI) did major damage, but in Game 3 Brooklyn's Dice K went the distance.  Doumit and Howard Homered. Game 4 a key game went into the 12th inning .  Brooklyn rode a Howard HR into the 9th with a 1 run lead.  Maglio Ordonez forever the Brooklyn Buckner, dropped a flyball for 2 bases (Why was Denorfia not out there?) to allow Indy to tie and eventually win in the 12thSizemore smashed a solo-shot out of the park (his 2nd of the season) resulting in a mighty exciting win for Indiana and the 50,370 home town fans in attendance. For that matter it was all Indiana needed as the Superbas spit the bit once again in 2009. Wait till next year 

 

On Left: It's an off day for the Red Birds following their victory over the Brooklyn Superbas.  Here, slugger Albert Pujols discusses strategy with Red Birds skipper Bob Fidler for their upcoming Clemente pennant showdown with Eric Lindner's Southwest Lizard Kings.

On right: shows Brooklyn's Ryan Doumit blocking Sizemore from Scoring a key run.

 

Not To Touch The Earth....Lizard King Eric Lindner is setting on his hot rock after a Philly playoff win. Controversial Center fielder David Dejesus had 2 base hits and 2 RBI as the Southwest Lizard Kings defeated the Philly Phantastics by the score of 5 to 3 in game 1 at Philly's Stadium.  Philly was unable to claim the lead after Southwest went ahead in the top of the 3rd inning scoring a single run using 2 hits. Southwest out-hit Philly for the game, Cliff Lee(1-0) who went 8 innings, allowing 3 runs. Joakim
Soria gained credit for his 1st save. Cole Hamels(0-1) lost.  In Game 2 Second baseman Orlando Hudson had 4 hits and 2 RBI as the Southwest Lizard Kings beat the Philly Phantastics by a score of 8 to 6. Southwest had the winning rally in the 8th inning when they scored 4 runs on 4 hits. Another controversial OF, Matt Holliday  rifled a three-run blast
Southwest had 17 hits for the game and Philly had 13. Right back came Rob Hite and the high scoring Philly Phantastics.  Center fielder Rick Ankiel HR'd and had 5 RBI as the Phantastics won 13 to 5 at Jim Morrison Memorial.
The Southwest fans didn't appreciate the big day Ankiel had. He doubled which scored a run in the 2nd inning, doubled plating three runs in the 7th inning and cracked a solo homerun in the 9th inning. Philly had 12 hits overall, while Southwest had 6. 

 

Phantastic Rob Hite  The Lizard King

In game 4, The Philly Phantastics came roaring back in the top of the ninth to spoil the anticipated celebration of the hometown fans. The final score, was 6 to Philly scored the decisive runs in a big 9th inning with 2 runs using 3 hits.
Carlos Lee led off and keyed the rally when he lined a one-base hit. Evan Longoria came next and he doubled. Lance Berkman struck out, unable to help the rally. Kelly Shoppach stepped in and he doubled. Philly won despite being out-hit by Southwest 10 hits to 7. Kerry Wood(1-0) picked up the victory,  The loss was charged to Cliff Lee(1-1).   Game 5 David Dejesus touched them all and had 2 RBI at Morrison Memorial where the Southwest Lizard Kings beat the Philly Phantastics by the score of 2 to 1. Southwest brought 2 runs across the plate in the 2nd inning when they had 3 base hits. That scoring would be all that was needed. Philly threatened in the 9th but Southwest was able to put down the rally.

In Game 6 The Philly Phantastics nipped the Southwest Lizard Kings 5 to 4 back in Philly Field in a hard fought contest.Southwest fell behind quickly as the Philly offense came through in the first inning with 3 runs utilizing 3 base hits. After an out was recorded, Derek Jeter began the Philly spurt when he drew a walk. Chase Utley next to the plate and he banged out a single. After another out, Rick Ankiel hit his 3rd CBA playoff HR of the series.  Former first round pick Evan Longoria followed and he delivered a one-base hit. Lance Berkman stepped into the box and drew a walk. Southwest had a chance to come back in the 9th but they came up short. Series tied and in Philly.  Stage was set...For Sw to win, would be seen as an upset.  Philly had one of CBA's alltime best seasons in 2009 as had Brooklyn.  Who would it be?  Run with me....Run with me....and only one run was the difference as the Southwest Lizard Kingsdefeated the Philly Phantastics in 10 innings 4 to 3. The score was knotted at 3 after nine innings. It went into extras. Southwest was victorious in the 10th inning. when SW hero, Johnny Damon singled. A controversial balk was called. People pelted the umpire with crap. The Philly Phaithful chanted "you still S**k!" then game continued.  After an out was recorded, Jerry Hairston Jr stepped in and he delivered a single. Hairston Jr took second on the throw. Despite losing, Philly out-hit Southwest 12 to 8.
Cory Wade(1-0) went 1 and 1/3 innings allowing no runs for the win. Joakim Soria gained credit for his 4th save. The loss was charged to Kerry Wood(1-1) in relief.  It was Lindners biggest ever CBA win....


 

 

 

LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR 2009 C.B.A. Playoff
 
                            WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Indiana IRM              4   1  .800 ----   157  
2009 San Diego SSC            4   2  .667   .5        
2009 Longue Pointe LLD        4   2  .667   .5        
2009 Southwest SLM            4   3  .571  1.0        
2009 Philly PPS               3   4  .429  2.0        
2009 Ohio OTR                 2   4  .333  2.5        
2009 Belfast BBD              2   4  .333  2.5        
2009 Brooklyn BSP             1   4  .200  3.0        
 
 
 
       OVERALL RECORD
Team   WON LOST   PCT  HOME  ROAD  LEFT RIGHT EXTRA 1-RUN   LAST 10   STREAK
BBD      2    4  .333  2- 1  0- 3  0- 0  2- 4  1- 0  2- 0     0-6     Lost 0
BSP      1    4  .200  0- 2  1- 2  0- 1  1- 3  0- 2  0- 2     0-5     Lost 2
IRM      4    1  .800  2- 1  2- 0  0- 0  4- 1  2- 0  2- 0     2-3     Won 2
LLD      4    2  .667  2- 1  2- 1  1- 0  3- 2  0- 0  2- 1     0-6     Lost 0
OTR      2    4  .333  1- 2  1- 2  1- 0  1- 4  0- 0  1- 2     0-6     Lost 0
PPS      3    4  .429  1- 3  2- 1  1- 2  2- 2  0- 1  2- 2     0-7     Lost 0
SLM      4    3  .571  1- 2  3- 1  2- 1  2- 2  1- 0  2- 2     0-7     Lost 0
SSC      4    2  .667  3- 0  1- 2  0- 0  4- 2  0- 1  0- 2     0-6     Lost 0
TOTAL   24   24  .500
 
TEAM   -APRIL   MAY  JUNE  JULY   AUG SEPT+
BBD      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  2- 4 
BSP      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  1- 4 
IRM      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  4- 1 
LLD      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  4- 2 
OTR      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  2- 4 
PPS      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  3- 4 
SLM      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  4- 3 
SSC      0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0  4- 2 
 
 
WINS ARE ACROSS, LOSSES ARE DOWN:
 
TEAM BBD BSP IRM LLD OTR PPS SLM SSC
BBD    -   0   0   0   0   0   0   2
BSP    0   -   1   0   0   0   0   0
IRM    0   4   -   0   0   0   0   0
LLD    0   0   0   -   4   0   0   0
OTR    0   0   0   2   -   0   0   0
PPS    0   0   0   0   0   -   3   0
SLM    0   0   0   0   0   4   -   0
SSC    4   0   0   0   0   0   0   -
 
 
RUNS SCORED ARE ACROSS, RUNS ALLOWED ARE DOWN:
 
TEAM BBD BSP IRM LLD OTR PPS SLM SSC
BBD    -   0   0   0   0   0   0  18
BSP    0   -  19   0   0   0   0   0
IRM    0  39   -   0   0   0   0   0
LLD    0   0   0   -  22   0   0   0
OTR    0   0   0  13   -   0   0   0
PPS    0   0   0   0   0   -  37   0
SLM    0   0   0   0   0  33   -   0
SSC   31   0   0   0   0   0   0   -

 


 

LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR 2009 C.B.A.
 
Dawson                      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Longue Pointe LLD       92  70  .568 ----  *WON* 
2009 Belfast BBD             91  71  .562  1.0        
2009 Limoilou LWD            86  76  .531  6.0        
2009 Montreal MCD            56 106  .346 36.0        
 
Rogers                      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Ohio OTR                86  76  .531 ----  *WON* 
2009 Maine MER               85  77  .525  1.0        
2009 Allentown ANR           79  83  .488  7.0        
2009 Kennesaw Mtn KWR        78  84  .481  8.0        
 
Carter                      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 San Diego SSC          109  53  .673 ----  *WON* 
2009 Skokie SWC              91  71  .562 18.0        
2009 Joliet JJC              65  97  .401 44.0        
2009 High Bridge HHC         54 108  .333 55.0        
 
Schmidt                     WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Philly PPS             105  57  .648 ----  *WON* 
2009 Ottawa OOS              78  84  .481 27.0        
2009 Stirling SRS            77  85  .475 28.0        
2009 Westminster WPS         29 133  .179 76.0        
 
Monday                      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Southwest SLM           96  66  .593 ----  *WON* 
2009 Indiana IRM             94  68  .580  2.0        
2009 Lake County LLM         93  69  .574  3.0        
2009 Bryan KBM               74  88  .457 22.0        
 
Parker                      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Brooklyn BSP           108  54  .667 ----  *WON* 
2009 Cooperstown CIP         94  68  .580 14.0        
2009 Carolina CCP            88  74  .543 20.0        
2009 Sunville SSP            36 126  .222 72.0        
 
 
SC Wild Card Standings      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Skokie SWC              91  71  .562 ----     1  
2009 Belfast BBD             91  71  .562 ----        
2009 Limoilou LWD            86  76  .531  5.0        
2009 Maine MER               85  77  .525  6.0        
2009 Allentown ANR           79  83  .488 12.0        
2009 Kennesaw Mtn KWR        78  84  .481 13.0        
 
CC Wild Card Standings      WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC#
2009 Indiana IRM             94  68  .580 ----     1  
2009 Cooperstown CIP         94  68  .580 ----        
2009 Lake County LLM         93  69  .574  1.0        
2009 Carolina CCP            88  74  .543  6.0        
2009 Ottawa OOS              78  84  .481 16.0        
2009 Stirling SRS            77  85  .475 17.0        
 
 
       OVERALL RECORD
Team   WON LOST   PCT  HOME  ROAD  LEFT RIGHT EXTRA 1-RUN   LAST 10   STREAK
ANR     79   83  .488 40-41 39-42 30-25 49-58 12- 9 20-26     5-5     Won 1
BBD     91   71  .562 45-36 46-35 33-26 58-45  5- 4 37-22     7-3     Won 4
BSP    108   54  .667 59-22 49-32 36-21 72-33  8- 7 25-22     5-5     Won 1
CCP     88   74  .543 44-37 44-37 29-22 59-52 10- 3 20-19     6-4     Won 4
CIP     94   68  .580 45-36 49-32 21-22 73-46  7- 7 33-17     8-2     Lost 1
HHC     54  108  .333 28-53 26-55 21-25 33-83  9-11 21-26     1-9     Lost 1
IRM     94   68  .580 45-36 49-32 22-20 72-48  9- 9 28-24     8-2     Won 2
JJC     65   97  .401 37-44 28-53 23-24 42-73  5- 7 24-30     6-4     Won 1
KBM     74   88  .457 35-46 39-42 22-26 52-62  6-10 25-18     3-7     Lost 2
KWR     78   84  .481 38-43 40-41 25-23 53-61 13- 8 24-30     4-6     Lost 3
LLD     92   70  .568 42-39 50-31 27-24 65-46  9-12 30-27     7-3     Won 3
LLM     93   69  .574 45-36 48-33 30-25 63-44 10- 9 22-20     7-3     Won 5
LWD     86   76  .531 43-38 43-38 28-14 58-62  7-10 20-32     5-5     Lost 2
MCD     56  106  .346 28-53 28-53 18-29 38-77  7- 6 25-22     1-9     Lost 6
MER     85   77  .525 43-38 42-39 33-16 52-61 13- 9 34-22     7-3     Lost 1
OOS     78   84  .481 39-42 39-42 15-32 63-52 12- 5 21-20     5-5     Lost 1
OTR     86   76  .531 39-42 47-34 31-23 55-53  7- 9 38-22     5-5     Won 3
PPS    105   57  .648 50-31 55-26 29-12 76-45  5- 1 16-19     8-2     Won 1
SLM     96   66  .593 44-37 52-29 31-20 65-46  3- 9 20-18     2-8     Lost 7
SRS     77   85  .475 42-39 35-46 17-31 60-54  3- 7 18-26     6-4     Lost 1
SSC    109   53  .673 54-27 55-26 38-16 71-37 10- 6 18-22     9-1     Won 5
SSP     36  126  .222 21-60 15-66  6-42 30-84  7-12 16-31     1-9     Lost 7
SWC     91   71  .562 43-38 48-33 31-18 60-53  4-10 13-23     4-6     Lost 4
WPS     29  133  .179 20-61  9-72  7-41 22-92  6- 7  8-18     2-8     Won 1
TOTAL 1944 1944  .500
 

 

 

2009's RFA's
RFA's Acquired (Max 2)
Southwest: RFA(1)Gio Gonzalez, RFA(2) S Proctoliger
Stirling:  RFA(1)Jesus Colome
Skokie: RFA(1) Brandon Duckworth
San Diego: RFA(1) M Redmond
Philly:
Ottawa: RFA(1) Brett Tomko, RFA(2) Dustin Nippert
Ohio: RFA(1) Pat Misch RFA(2) Claudio Vargas
Kennesaw Mt: RFA(1) Matt Herges, RFA(2)Todd Jones
Maine: RFA(1) Kyle Farnsworth
Longue Pointe: RFA(1) Frank Thomas,
Limoilou: RFA(1) Scott Podsednick, RFA(2)Mike Sweeney
Lake County: RFA(1)Angel Berroa, RFA(2)Shawn Estes
Joliet:
Indiana:RFA(1) Eric Stults, RFA(2) Alfredo Aceves
Cooperstown: RFA(1) Juan Castro
Carolina: RFA(1) Travis Metcalf, RFA(2)Sal Fasano
Bryan: RFA(1)Tom Glavine and RFA(2)Cris Waters
Brooklyn: RFA (1) Cesar Jiminez, RFA(2) M Alou
Belfast: RFA(1) Will Venable, RFA(2) Angel Pagan
Allentown: RFA(1) Neil Cotts
Westminster*: Bartolo Colon, TJ Beam, Scott Eyre, Matt Tolbert, Alex Cintron, J Vidro, C Patterson, C Gomez, L Rivas, D Dellucchi, A Boone.
Sunville: RFA(1) Z Jackson, RFA(2) E German, RFA(3)Brandon Boggs
High Bridge: RFA(1)Eric Brunlett, RFA(2)Luis Gonzalez, RFA(3) E Bonifacio,RFA(4) Damion Easley,RFA(5)Willy Mo Pena, RFA(6)Craig Monroe, RFA(7)Matt Diaz, RFA(8)Robbb Quinlan

Montreal: RFA (1)Frank Catalanotto, RFA(2) Brad Wilkerson
*Owner change Extra RFA necessary

 


The season end is at hand.  Its destiny or skill.  Its luck or probability.  Its torturous or strategous.  Usage conservation or damn the torpedoes...  Who will win?  Who are the players?
 
The 2009 CBA elite are....
Marc Wass.  Yours truly is having a renaissance season with 104 wins so far.  The 2003 WS finalist and 2004 champion Superbas have been in the playoffs each year since 2003.  They were in a few more before that.  Big games elude Superbas who are driving to become two time champs ala Rob Hite, Jeff Boutet, Bob Fidler.  Been playing Strat since 1977, Superbas are always a team known for offense and power.  Brooklyn signature is perrenial leadership in major offensive categories. Lots of stealing and Power, teams are tailored for Coors field dimensions. 
 
Joe Wallace:  Plays hard in playoffs.  Knows the game and numbers well.  Is out to beat the Staub Division and nothing less than a World Series Appearance will due for the CBA's 7 year veteran.  Wallace has built his team from the ground up and is contending the past 3 seasons.  Could this be the year he breaks through?
 
JD Adams: The usage czar knows his role, and his team.  With the luck of the Irish, and the use of excellent strategies in lineup making, the Belfast Brawlers again play to maximum potential.  They dont have Limoilou's star power, Longue Tongue's pitching and defense, nor the power of  Clemente's brooklyn or Philly, but they do all the little things, like steal, pitch, clutch.  Huff has been a blessing and though others have better numbers he may be the true MVP based on his value to a team thats contending.  52 doubles 23 HR  113 RBI on a non slugging team that steals tons.  Adams has suffered CBA heart break a few times in the past.  1 game playoff losses. Early rd 1 exits, just barely not making the cut.  JD is hungry and ferocious.  Every swing counts for this competititor.
 
"Wolfman" Shapiro.   The Skokie, Holland, Atlanta, crystal master.  Moved right in and rebuilt the Wolfmen into powerhouse.  This team is becoming a CBA legend having been there in the thick of the playoffs each season since 2006 I believe.  The Wolfman is known around the world for his skill.  Its on display here in CBA and again he's primed for another shot at the coveted CBA World Series title.  The Strat community watches our website and posts and our playoffs are watched by the veteran league watchers online.  SOM players always look for the advantages, sometimes from other leagues that they can apply to their own methods.  Wolfman's web pages get quite a few hits.  He wants them to read about a Wolfmen World Championship.  Thats his goal solely.  He nows the rules and how to work within them.  he is reliable and efficient.  Most of all, he knows the game and the cards.  To beat him in the Netplayoffs is to beat a legend.  Bob Fidler did so.  Wolfman may not be done with him...

Dennis Concepcion: The man behind the CBA graphics.  Staub President, and creator of the Loggers team.  DC is one GM that can't be ruled out because he finds a way to beat you.  He has a knack for finding variables other than slugging.  He relies heavily on platoon system and defense.  He has sported teams with 4+ ones on offense.  He is known for his small ball game like the one he used to ride such cards as "Miracle Mirabelli", Brian Jordan, and Todd Jones into big moments.  He also studies his opponents and plays for the long run.  The LP signature is their strong bench, and fantastic pitching staff.  He prefers strikeout pitchers, and good hit and run men. Concepcion is unconventional but effective year in and year out.  He is also an avid baseball uniform and stadium historical enthusiast. 

Rob Hite:  CBA legend. Multi year champion.  Just like Brooklyn in leading CBA in offense and power categories.  Owns several CBA records.  Hite is on executive committee, and is an original member.  Perhaps one of CBA most prolific traders, Hite is one of the sharpest draft and Stratball minds you'll ever meet.  Has keen sense of talent and is ever tough in head to head competition.  Rob Hite is a future CBA Hall of famer.  He has the championships to back it.

Glenn Kenan:  First year for playoffs? A CBA 4 year man.  The Ohio team has improved each year.  Kenan has traded and drafted himself into a winning team.  In a tough conference where teams knock each other around, Ohio is on the cusp of team history should they overcome Maine.  Kenan has forged a team that could be the underdog surprise of the CBA season.  The little engine who could?

Mike Koepp: Mr Mike to you.  Maine is in the 2nd year of playoff hunt.  His last playoff was marred by some questionable circumstances, but experience was gained.  Koepp is fighting hard.  The competitor in Koepp has worked very hard to get this franchise atop Rogers division.  He wont relent now, & is ready to beat you.

Dave Jones:  Jones has been around the block in CBA. The Leopards are his team.  He built them and is likely to make noise this year if they get into the playoffs.  Dave always has his team playing tough.  Never an easy win, The Leopards gives all Clemente fits.  They play well against Philly, SW, and Brooklyn.   Jones seems to make trades that keep him in the thick of things.

Eric Lindner:  1 game shy of Southwest's 1998 best franchise win total.  Lindner also knows the cards and the game.  Loves to compete.  Loves to win.  Plays well and plays fair.  Lindner is fun to play against...Its all fun and sht until you realize he's beating you.  Knows how to shoot down his oponents with Strat skill.  He is the Lizard King and wants to do anything.  Plays in Morrison Stadium.  Doors fan obviously, and true artist painter.

Jon Stamets: Has made a seamless transition into CBA to take over Cooperstown.  His GM skills will be on display as he takes a good team and has been making them play with efficiency.  This weeks series vs Carolina was classic.  Knows how to manage, and could be this years X factor as Allentown's Rich Schneider was back in 2004.

 

 

 

 

Strat-o-matic Baseball CBA Main Page