Historical record
First Team WON LOST
1997   Bodega Bay - Gerald Benoit 75 87
1998   Bodega Bay - Gerald Benoit 75 87
1999   Bodega Bay - Gerald Benoit 77 85
2000   Bodega Bay - Gerald Benoit 85 77
2001   Bodega Bay - Gerald Benoit 65 97
2002  Vermont Expos - Mario Fleming 85 77
2003  Montreal Royals - Gerald Benoit 80 82
2004  Montreal Royals - Gerald Benoit 78 84
2005  Montreal Royals - Wolfman Shapiro  Wild card 95 67
2006  Skokie Wolfmen - Wolfman Shapiro  Wildcard 97 65
2007  Skokie Wolfmen - Wolfman Shapiro Staub Champion 87 75
2008  Skokie Wolfmen - Wolfman Shapiro Staub Champion 96 66
2009  Skokie Wolfmen - Wolfman Shapiro  1 game playoff participant 91 72

SWM 2011

108

54

.667

894

693

201

.288

.237

248

193

SWM 2012

102

60

.630

865

636

229

.282

.242

255

166

SWM 2013

87

75

.537

765

655

110

.269

.239

224

189


 

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1999

 

 

2002

 

2003 2006-2009

First let me start by saying how I thoroughly enjoyed "Wolfman" and Ryan both, having you with us for as long as you guys had. You both have a welcome waiting for you should your schedules and motivation coincide, certainly should you would want to rejoin us in CBA.  I am sure that the rest of us feel this way as well.

 

http://www.cba-bb.net/Skokie%20Pages.htm

 

http://www.cba-bb.net/Cooperstown%20Page.htm

 

  Your memberships in CBA has made this league that much better. 

 

Josh, Your competitive play, attention to detail, spirit, values, and input have no doubt enhanced all of our gaming experience both directly and indirectly.  With your permission, your legacy will live on in CBA through your wonderful press releases, pictures and personalized baseball cards.  Your logo and uniforms will remain too.   CBA will be considering both as nominees for our own CBA Hall of Fame.  Among Wolfman Shapiro's CBA accomplishments since entering in 2005.

 

*Took over Gerald Benoit's Montreal Royals franchise (formerly Vermont Expos).  Benoit led Montreal to a 78-84 record in 2004.  The franchise never had made the playoffs.  In his first season Wolfman traded, drafted, and strategized his way to a franchise record 95-67 record.  He didn't stop there.

*He made the playoffs each year of his tenure except for this one.  No easy feat.  2005, 2006, 2007, 2008.

* 2 wildcards, and 2 Staub Championships (07,08)

* Lost in the Finals in both 2007 & 2008 in 7 games.

*Never won less than 91 games

* A .574 career winning pct

* Made many friends for hopefully a lifetime...

 Skokie Historical Page

 

The Skokie Wolfmen Prepare for the 2007 CBA Playoffs

The Skokie News

your report John Rawlings

One of the most difficult things a manager
can do is to try to create a very competitive
team, year in and year out. The original
Montreal Royals, now known as the
Skokie Wolfmen, for the four years that
the Wolfman has held the reigns he
has created a competitive team. In
his four two years it took, two 7 games
series to eliminate him in the first round
and the last two years he finally found
his way to the series, last year he
had the worst record of any playoff team.

In the past, how the Wolfman has achieved
this success is through a combination of
filling holes during the draft and schrewd
trades. He and Trader Wayne, for the
last two years have been doing trades
before the draft where the Wolfman
has given his high draft picks for the
future to get players for the current season.

So lets look at some of the key players
for the Wolfmen that helped with their
success this season.

Last year during the draft, Bonds was
offered for a draft pick and led the team
in 2007 in HRs and RBIs and this year
was not bad for limited play with 35
homers (72 in 2 seaons) - of course for
next year Skokie loses the homerun
King but for two years he helped a lot
to help the team make the series.

Chipper Jones has been coveted for
the first two years of the Wolfman,
but in a trade last year Chipper was
brought to Skokie and the team
didn't need to give up any star players.
Last year Chipper did well but this
season he excelled and could be
the MVP of the league leading in
average and was second in homers.
Chipper had 4 homers in the first
two series in the playoffs. So via
trade Skokie was able to bring
in its top two sluggers.

Another player picked up that
was a castoff last year due to
limited play was Gary Sheffield
who hit 34 homers for Skokie this
season and brought back another
power hitting outfielder to go
with Bonds.

Tim Hudson was picked up last
year because Skokie needed badly
a starter with innings. Although
Wang and Clemens were the
aces last year, Hudson led the
team with victories with 13. This
year he became the Skokie ace
winning 18 games so again a lucky
move.

Speaking of Clemens - many people
were surprised when Skokie traded
for him in 2005, assuming that would
be his last season but he gave Skokie
four good years, winning 9 games in 2008
with limited innings and has been doing
a great job as the middle reliever (due
to an infraction that prevented Heilman
from being there)

Again last year, Skokie needed another
good starter with innings and picked up
Wang who helped Skokie greatly in
the playoffs last year - with Wang and
Hudson able to pitch at full strength
in the World series, Skokie has 5 games
where Indy hitters will only be able to
get home runs off their own cards. This
could be a key.

Another key player Skokie traded for
but was limited use but effectively
was Bradley - again picking up
Bradley last year for a player and
draft pick -- he helped Skokie verse
lefthanded pitching and a defensive
outfielder.

Now lets look at the draft - Skokie's first
pick was Soria, who normally is used
as a master closer but became the
setup man for Nathan. Skokie just
went for the best pitcher -- tried to
trade Soria to get some improvement
in their hitting but now we are sure
glad we kept him, he has excelled
in the playoffs.

Another weakness that Skokie had
was at 1B -- they used an effective
platoon system of Giambi/Aurilla/Speizio
last year but all three players had down
seasons. So they chose D. Young,
a switch hitter but poor fielder to fill
the whole. Young hit an unbelievable
.338 in the season with 20 homers
and gave 1B some stability.

The biggest lost to Skokie was
Piazza, the Pizza man, their most
valuable player in 2007. Fortunately
they were able to draft 2 catchers
in Molina (who hit .380) and Estrada,
along with Castro picked last year
as a backup, combined for 21 Homers
and 88 RBIs in the season, not what
Piazza did but good enough

The combination of Itzuris and Wilson
held at SS with Wilson hitting 18 homers
and Counsell, a RFA pickup early in
the season allowed only 6 erros at 2B
between him and Grudzielanek

Pitching wise, draft picks Redding as
a 5th starter along with Schroeder and
Shouse in the pullpen helped to give
Skokie a strong pen which saved 42
games - Sherill a key reliever picked
in the draft last year helped to anchor
the pullpen.

So through luck, good trades in the beginning
of the year and good draft picks, Skokie
was able to build a balanced team, perhaps
the best team they have had in the four years.
But is this team good enough to beat the
mighty Indiana Redbirds who are loaded?

The strange thing about Skokie this year is
they could not make any trades during the
season. Whereas the mighty Redbirds
picked up some amazing players. This
single factor could determine the 2008
World Series.

Anyway John Miller, a well known opponent
to Bob Fidler -- will be matched with the
Wolfman, off on another trip helping from
behind the scenes.

Earlier Mr. Filder made a mistake saying
the Skokie and Indiana had played in the
series before, he must have been psychic.
If you go to the Indiana webpage on the
CBA site, you can see a photo of Fidler
and Wolfman - that was taken at the
beginning of the season - little did these
two managers know as they were
ready to punch each other that they
would be squaring up for the 2008
CBA Championship.

May the best team win -- will it be
Skokie's first championship or will
Indiana take its second championship in 3 years

who are you routing for??

This is John Rawling, Skokie reporter
anxiously awaiting the 2008 CBA Championship


__._,_.___

2008 Staub Champions
2007 Staub Conference Champions
2006 Skokie Wolfmen Staub Wild Card
2005 Skokie Wolfmen Staub Wild Card

This is the fourth year that the Wolfmen (formerly the Royals) have been fortunate to participate in the CBA Playoffs.  Following the guidance of the their manager the Skokie Wolfman, and working hard to create a competitive team using the draft and trades and a few free agents, the franchise has been successful.

 

The 2007 version of the Wolfmen is quite different from their earlier teams in 2005 and 2006.  The former teams featured stronger squads with a more balanced pitching staff and defense.  But one of the key weaknesses of the team was to have a better on base percentage and to score more runs.  It is ultimately this weakness which caused the former teams to bow out in the first round of the playoffs.

 

With the 2007 Regular season behind us, the major challenge was for all the teams was to find good pitching.  There really wasn’t a dominating pitching team as there had been in years past.  And actually, the normally Dawson Conference which featured teams that had success more on good pitching changed in 2007 to teams that paralleled their Clemente opponents with more hitting and power.

 

To build the 2007 Wolfmen, once again key players via the draft were acquired as well as via trades.  Most of the key power hitters (Bonds, Piazza, Jones, Valentin) were acquired in this way.  There were six players who hit 20 or more homers for this squad, the 2007 version had a much higher on base percentage and set a team record with 26x homers for the season ranking 2nd in the league.  But the starting pitchers were much weaker (a key trade to bring in Wang definitely was absolutely necessary) and the relief staff was at best in consistent.  Perhaps the Wolfmen would have won a few more games if Nathan was more available but he had to sit out the last 40 games of the season.

 

A key part of the managerial strategy to play the Wolfmen, was as always to work with positional players to deal with any type of team, park and pitcher.  Skokie took a big gamble to bring on board and keep a number of very older players (late 30s or 40’s, including Bonds, Piazza, Jones, Edmonds, Giambi and Clemens.  The Skokie of 2007 sacrificed on their defense as they were willing to start poor fielding players in the corners in the outfield as well as at 1B & 3B.  The Piazza trade was a big gamble as Skokie decided to go with more hitting and power at catcher but sacrificed on stolen bases by their opponents with Piazza poor arm and several pitchers who were unable to hold base runners close.  Skokie had never tried before to play with such wholes in their defense on the field but the thinking process was, if we could bomb the other team there was the defense to come in during the late innings and their closer Joe Nathan, one of the premier closers.

 

So the 2007 Skokie Wolfmen took a big gamble, they felt they could do it because they were in a weak division and if they could just get back to the playoffs, using all the players properly, in a short series, that they could be competitive.  Another key aspect of the Wolfmen was that they lead the league in giving up the least amount of home runs.  Being that they live in Wolfie park which is a hitters park, this was crucial to balance the less then perfect defense on the field and weak ability to stop opponents to steal bases.

 

So this version of the Skokie team won 9 less games then in 2006.  It comes into the playoffs with the worse record of any playoff bound team.  With its clearing weaknesses as discussed above, few people will give them a chance against the better teams in the CBA.  If they are going to go far, it will require all the tricks and skills by their manager the Wolfman to do it and perhaps some lucky rolls of the dice.

 

There was a big debate over whether to go with Piazza at catcher but he won up tied for 2nd on the club with 28 homers in somewhat limited due and was second in RBIs.  His memorable four homer game is a record in the CBA.  Barry Bonds was another gamble with his poor knees and fielding if this would more adversely affect the team then his bat but he tied the record of 37 homers done by Beltran in 2005 and had 100 RBIs in again a bit of limited duty.  Valentin a middle inning pick in the draft (Skokie wait as long as possible to grab their old friend and former player) was also another key to Skokie’s success as he provided a good strong bat and power which was needed and lead to Grudzielanek seeing limited duty but valuable for late inning defense.  Edmonds also hit a bit more for power then expected and came through in some key games plus his consistent defensive in CF was key.  The late addition of Giambi and Dellucci added some more power for the clubs and left handed hitters who could hit lefties, Dellucci began a backup for Bonds.  1B had been a challenge for Skokie rotating four other players to fill the void (Aurilla, Shelton, Sheffield, Spiezio) but with Giambi on the scene it added another power hitter with good on base.  Skokie tried to create their own version of the famed Yankees murders row.  Especially against right handed pitchers – just about every hitter in the lineup was capable of hitting the ball out.  Gary Matthews Jr. may have been Skokie’s most consistent hitter who did a great job as a leadoff hitter.  Normally the Wolfmen like to have more speed in their lineup but the roll of the dice didn’t allow this to occur.

 

L. Hudson was a surprise starter for the team and thus earned a place on the playoff squad, was perhaps the most consistent starter. Nathan is Nathan and set a mark in the age of the Wolfman with 20 saves.  He was almost unhittable and will be a key player in the playoffs.  But the relief staff was a lot more inconsistent in times past and will have to be used wisely in the playoffs.  Look for the Wolfmen to count on their starters to go long into the game.  As far as the other Skokie starters, at times they look brilliant but overall their effective was very questionable and far less in performance then prior years.  Clemens just wasn’t his usual self winning only 6 games, Lilly and T. Hudson were inconsistent – Redman and Patterson gave some help in limited starts but the trade for Wang brought that other starter that Skokie deeply needed. 

 

So to summarize, the 2007 version of the Skokie Wolfmen was a collection of the old and new.  The team has the ability to explode at any moment but comes in with a number of holes where they could also be crunched just the same.  It will be an interest challenge to see if an improved scoring machine is enough to take the Wolfmen to a higher level.  The keys for their success will be how effective Wang and Clemens can be as consistant starters and if the club can score runs which has doomed them in the playoffs in the last two years.  There is no doubt the Wolfmen like Skokie’s park but with the worse record as a playoff team after the 1st round they could lose home field advantage.

 

Analysis of San Diego VS Skokie

 

During the regular season the two teams split the twelve games played.  Even though San Diego had a better regular season record, Skokie gained home field advantage for this series due to winning their division (finally after losing out the past two years on the last day of the season).  Skokie’s true advantage then was having possibly four games in their park as their club is really suited for the long ball.  Thus for San Diego to win the series they would need to win in Skokie.  The Surf is a better hitting team but the key weakness of the surf, if any, as Mr. Wallace had put a good squad together was in their pitching as their 3rd and 4th starters were not strong and the bullpen could be a bit stronger.  The strategy for Skokie was to bomb the Surf starters, then bring in their defense and have Nathan waiting at the end.  The Surf had better speed then Skokie and could take advantage of the weak arm of Piazza and also several of Skokie’s starters inability to hold runners.  So in comparing the two teams their strengths and weakness were pretty even, the key would see if San Diego could win in Skokie.  And with San Diego being more of a pitcher’s park (low ball park home run) if they could win 3 in San Diego, then Skokie could be in a lot of trouble.  Finally a last key for Skokie in the series was if their starters could take up a lot of innings as three of the Skokie relievers are more geared for more conditional spots.  So if the Skokie starters got bombed early, Skokie could be in a lot of trouble.

 

Now lets move on two the actual games and see what happened:

 

Game 1: At Skokie   (Haren vs Wang)

 

Surf............ 0 0 0  0 0 1  0 2 0  -  3  9  1
Wolfmen......... 2 0 0  1 3 0  0 0    -  6 10  0

 

Skokie started out the gate as the “Pizza” man hits a two run homer to begin the first inning.  This bodes badly for the Surf if the Skokie bats start blasting home runs.  Wang was pitching very good and the Surf were consistently unable to come through with clutch hits when men were on base.  Edmonds hits a solo shot for Skokie to make it 3-0 and then Shelton shocks the Surf (Note: Shelton almost was not kept on the squad for the playoffs, it was between keeping him or Sheffield) with a 3 run dinger in the 5th.  So with a commanding 6-0 lead and Nathan waiting in the wings if needed, it looked like Skokie had the game in hand.  But then the Surf bats came alive in the 8th and they threatened but good old reliable Nathan, who relishes this type of spots came in and shot the door for a 6-3 Skokie win.  Was this a sign that Skokie could break their first round jinx and move to the finals?  The Surf now needed a victory in Game 2.

 





Game 2: At Skokie   (Peavy vs Clemens)

Surf............ 0 1 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 -  2  9  1
Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 1  0 0 0  0 1 -  3  9  1

 

This was definitely a key game in the Series.  If Skokie went up 2 games to none, and especially if Skokie could beat Peavy one of the best pitchers in the league, it would be tough for San Diego.  This was a classic game, a pitchers duel between two of the greatest pitchers in the history of the game.

The Surf would take the lead and Skokie would battle back.  Neither team could get ahead and it went into extra innings.  Skokie knew if they could get past Rodriquez, the ace closer of the Surf and outlast him, they might have a chance. (BTW, C. Jones was up with the bases loaded earlier in the game and had a chance at a ball park homer which would have been a  Grand Slam but missed but he did homer later to tie the game in the 6th).  Anyway in the bottom of the 11th with two on, Matthews who had a great season (and also had 7 doubles in 6 games for the series) came through in the bottom of the 11th and Skokie won game 2 by the score 3-2.  This was the turning point of the series.  With Skokie up 2 games to none, San Diego had to do some miracles in their home park.

 


Game 3: At San Diego (L. Hudson vs Meche)

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 6 0  0 2 0  -  9 12  0
Surf............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  7  0

 

This was a due or die game for San Diego.  Skokie surprised the world by going with Luke Hudson instead of Tim Hudson (who won 13 games for the Wolfmen).  But Luke Hudson had been one of Skokie’s most consistent starters all year long and he earned this game 3 start.  And boy did Hudson pitch his heart out.  He was virtually unhittable and only in the bottom of the 9th could the Surf score.  Shelton came through again in the 5th with a two run homer and Edmonds also hit his 2nd.  A big six run 5th put the game away for Skokie. Matthews also was a star hitting 3 doubles and driving in two runs but the real star with L. Hudson.  Well Skokie had a command 3 games to none lead.  The question was, could Skokie do a sweep?  Game 4 featured the starters of Game 1.

 

Game 4: At San Diego (Wang vs Haren)

 

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 0  1 1 0  -  3  7  0
Surf............ 0 1 0  2 0 3  3 0    -  9 10  0

 

(Personal note: I was hoping that we could finish the series in four, as I had to stay up very late to play due to our difference in hours but Joe was not to be denied this game.)

 

The game started as many being close and tied 1-1 after 3 innings, but then the Surf bats came to life and they were unstoppable.  They sliced and diced Skokie starter Wang and Skokie saw their dream to sweep fading.  Skokie tried to use Wang as long as possible but the Surf was taking batting practice and then when the relief came in, finally Skokie was able to stop the party by the Surf.  C. Duncan feasted on Skokie pitching hitting two homers.  So Skokie just let the Surf enjoy their day as Manager Wallace earned his first playoff win in convincing fashion.  We could hear Joe saying in the dugout as the game was nearing completion if only I save some of these runs for the other games.  Well could the Surf do a Boston Redsox and take the final four? With the jinx of seven games in the past, the Wolfman was becoming a bit worried.

 




Game 5: At San Diego (T. Hudson vs Peavy)

 

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 1  0 0 1  -  3  8  2
Surf............ 0 1 0  1 3 6  5 0    - 16 15  0

 

Well again, the Surf were facing an elimination game.  But this club which almost won their own division is a very gutsy club and they never say “Die”.  Again the game started out close but starting into the 5th through the 7th innings, the Surf could do no wrong.  They literally destroyed the Skokie pitchers, it didn’t matter who was brought in, they were cannon fodder – on this day no team could have beat the Surf, they were unstoppable.  Dye hit his 2nd homer and Victorino hit an inside the park homer.  Three of the Surf hitters had 3 RBI’s each.  So Skokie basically gave up in the 6th and let the Surf enjoy their day.  They decided than, that when they went home to Wolfmen Park, they would win the series for the fans.  Besides, they had Clemens coming up next and he didn’t have to face Peavy again.  Peavy is darn tough and Skokie was happy they could win that very hard fought Game 2 against him.  25 runs in two games for the Surf, they were now on fire and ready to win in Skokie.

 

Game 6: At Skokie   (Santana vs Clemens)

 

Surf............ 1 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 0  -  2  5  0
Wolfmen......... 0 0 0  3 0 0  0 0    -  3  7  0

 

With Skokie at home and with Clemens going, San Diego must have been a bit concerned.  Clemens had pitched great baseball in Game 2 and Santana was a bit vulnerable to go against right handed hitters.  But the Surf showed they are a good team and began to continue their hitting against Clemens by scoring in the top of the first to take an early lead.  Skokie was struggling against Santana and starting to think the curse of 7 games was coming back but finally HR and RBI team leader, Barry Bonds, who had been quiet the whole series hit one out of the park in the bottom of the 4th to tie the game.  And Bonds must have inspired the Wolf guys because shortly later, Piazza, who may well be the MVP of the Skokie squad during the regular season, launched his 2nd homer of the series (he batted in Skokie’s first runs in Game 1 and their final runs in Game 6 with homers) for Skokie to take a 3-1 lead.  With Clemens on the mound, would this be enough?  Clemens continued to dominate but then that squirley Victorino came to bat in the 7th, he did it again and hit a inside the park home run to make it 3-2.  Just one run separating the two combatants.  Clemens made it into the 9th but walked the first hitter and Duncan was up (he was killing Skokie pitching) so the Wolfman brought in Sherill to face him (or to not allow Duncan to be the guy who could defeat the Wolfmen) and Sherill was able to get pinch hitter Nady to line out).  Then it was Nathan time, for the chance for the Wolfmen to go into round 2 for the first time, this is why Skokie jumped to trade for him last year giving away Bedard one of the best starting pitchers, and Nathan in his normal fashion shut the door down and the Wolfmen are now headed to the conference championship. 

 

Series Notes and Conclusion

 

The keys for this series were the following.  First of all the Surf bats fell silent in Skokie and you will never beat the Wolfmen there if you can’t score runs as Skokie won all 3 games in their home park.  Clemens is probably the MVP for Skokie pitching two game gems.  During the regular season the Wolfmen’s starters had a lot of problems but with the two good starts by Clemens (both games won 3-2) and the strong outing by Wang and especially L. Hudson, it was actually Skokie’s starting pitching which won the series.  All year long, Skokie had to conserve Clemens (due to a limit of innings) but in the playoffs they could turn him loose.  Could Clemens be the Skokie X Factor?

 

Special achievements by players from each team:

 

San Diego Surf:

 

Duncan was a tear to the Wolfmen, hitting .714 in five games with 2 HRs and 8 RBIs.

 

Victorino also hit .429 with 2 HRs (both inside the park) and 5 RBIs

 

Dye also hit .348 with 2 HRs and 6 RBIs.

 

(most of the hitting by the  Surf came in the two games they won, by a combined score of 25-6.  Unfortunately they couldn’t split part of their hitting in the other four games, especially games 2 and 6, both lost 3-2)

 

Peavy 2.81 ERA, 1-0 was very tough for Skokie and deserved recognition, if he would  have had more run support he might have been 2-0.

 

Relievers Embree / Oliver / F. Rodriquez shut the Skokie bats down

 

San Diego had a better ERA and batting average then Skokie.

 

Skokie Wolfmen:

 

Shelton .429 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, helped to win two key games with his blast

 

Mathews .400 7 doubles, 4 RBIs, was a key to helping Skokie score runs

 

Piazza .273 2 HRs, 5 RBIs, he knocked in the first two runs for Skokie and the

                                             Last two runs via Home Runs in Skokie

 

(Skokie teams as usual spread out key hits amongst its players, as the teams success depends on using their players to their max capability.  Skokie had 11 homers in the six games hit by 8 different players)

 

L. Hudson 1.00 ERA 1-0 12 Ks – pitched a masterful game 3 (unexpected)

 

Clemens 2.12 ERA 1-0 – two stellar outings including clinching game 6

 

Heilman 0.00 ERA 1-0 4 innings of shutout relief

 

Nathan 0.00 ERA two saves in 2 innings, saved game 1 and game 6

 

 



WHAT IS UP NEXT?  SKOKIE VS LIMOILOU

 

While some experts might have felt Skokie could take round 1 in the playoffs due to their home field advantage where they played very well in the regular season and being that they have been in the playoffs the best two years, coming to the Conference championship, this is a different matter  entirely.  During the regular season, Limoilou humiliated the Wolfmen winning 11 out of 15 games.  Limoilou is heavily favored to go to the Series again. 

 

Limoilou and Skokie have a history together.  In the  2005 Playoffs, Skokie was up 3 games to 2, and was unable to put  Limoilou away in their home part (as Montreal).  There was the grandslam by Glaus giving Limoilou a 4-1 victory in game 7.  Limoilou and Skokie have made key trades with each other.  On the current squad Lofton and  Beltran and Betancourt were once wolf guys where Skokie has Edmonds and T. Hudson plus via Limoilou draft pick, Skokie picked up Speizio, a very capable backup and spot starter.  Some people think Skokie was crazy to trade Beltran but it was a half to do trade for Skokie and Edmonds has been a steady player for the Wolfmen although they would have loved to have Beltran in their lineup this year.  So now we will see if these trades come back to haunt Skokie.

 

Comparing the two teams, they are a bit similar, both have tremendous hitting and power with Limoilou having better starting pitcher and each has a key closer.  Skokie tried to improve their team with more on base this year as Limoilou always has this.  So the key factor to this series will be which teams starters can contain the other teams spoilers.  Skokie had a big decision to make whether to use T. Hudson or Lilly as there 4th starter but due to the stronger hitting vs lefties by Limoilou, they chose to go with T. Hudson.

 

It will be interesting to see if the Skokie weaknesses at corner defense and Piazza throwing arm will be their downfall.  Again Skokie needs for its starters to go long as they did in the San Diego series.  Limoilou going into round 2 is the only favorite who won their first playoff games.  Can the Wolfman, using his guile and intuition prevail at what looks like a much stronger and balanced team.  The only reason Skokie may have a chance is that it’s a short series – and they can use a bit more in a  balanced way their top starters.  Due to Clemens pitching game six in the San Diego series he will then start in Game 3 and if needed Game 7.  Will he be the key again. 

 

From the Skokie point of view, they need for Bond (.118), Gambi (.143), Delucci and Aurilla (.000) to pick up the hitting otherwise with the power of Limoilou (Beltrans / Thome / Hall / Glaus) it will be a  long series.

 

So can the  Wolfmen avenge their 7 game playoff loss in 2005 and make it to their first series or will the very successful and dominating team of Limoilou led by the  legendary Jeff Boutet prevail again to make another appearance in the CBA World Series, we  will find out shortly.

And last but not least, who will the the champion of the Staub conference face.  Normally the series is the pitching of Staub vs. the power  of Clemente but this year, the final four teams have all had their success more via their superior hitting and power.  Will Indiana be the first team in a long time to take the crown in back to back years, or will  the very proficient CBA managers who have been to t he series before Hite and Boutet do it again or last but not least, will the willy Wolfman guide his team to victory after having his worse record year and the worse record of any playoff bound team.  If there is one thing we all know, who takes it all is completely unpredictable in the CBA playoffs.

 

Good luck to the remaining four teams!!  (Limoilou, Philly, Indiana & Skokie)

 

 

 


 

SKOKIE HOWLS AT WINTER DRAFT...
Photo (CBAP): Mike Piazza at Skokie press conference.

2004-2005

My hobbies:  Sports, Science Fiction, Travel, Writing,                    
                     World Mysteries, Spiritually-based subjects

Strat-experience -- Started to play the game in 1967,
was involved with various face-face leagues around Chicago
in 1968-1979 -- participated in one mail league where received
the nickname of Wolfman, the Skokie Wolfman -- played in
a mail series against Donna Chevrette that was reported
in the SOM Review and also we organized several years
of National SOM Conferences at the U of I, in Champaign-Urbana
Illinois in the late part of the 1970's.  The CBA is my first
computer based/internet league I am participating in.
I returned to SOM via the trial leagues offered on the
Sporting News using the 2003 based cards. 

Entered the league in:March 2005

The "Rocket" Clemens fires to home in 2006 playoff win vs Longue Pointe


   

The Skokie Wolfmen Prepare for the 2007 CBA Playoffs

This is the third year that the Wolfmen (formerly the Royals) have been fortunate to participate in the CBA Playoffs.  Following the guidance of the their manager the Skokie Wolfman, and working hard to create a competitive team using the draft and trades and a few free agents, the franchise has been successful.

The 2007 version of the Wolfmen is quite different from their earlier teams in 2005 and 2006.  The former teams featured stronger squads with a more balanced pitching staff and defense.  But one of the key weaknesses of the team was to have a better on base percentage and to score more runs.  It is ultimately this weakness which caused the former teams to bow out in the first round of the playoffs.

With the 2007 Regular season behind us, the major challenge was for all the teams was to find good pitching.  There really wasn’t a dominating pitching team as there had been in years past.  And actually, the normally Dawson Conference which featured teams that had success more on good pitching changed in 2007 to teams that paralleled their Clemente opponents with more hitting and power.

To build the 2007 Wolfmen, once again key players via the draft were acquired as well as via trades.  Most of the key power hitters (Bonds, Piazza, Jones, Valentin) were acquired in this way.  There were six players who hit 20 or more homers for this squad, the 2007 version had a much higher on base percentage and set a team record with 26x homers for the season ranking 2nd in the league.  But the starting pitchers were much weaker (a key trade to bring in Wang definitely was absolutely necessary) and the relief staff was at best in consistent.  Perhaps the Wolfmen would have won a few more games if Nathan was more available but he had to sit out the last 40 games of the season.

A key part of the managerial strategy to play the Wolfmen, was as always to work with positional players to deal with any type of team, park and pitcher.  Skokie took a big gamble to bring on board and keep a number of very older players (late 30s or 40’s, including Bonds, Piazza, Jones, Edmonds, Giambi and Clemens.  The Skokie of 2007 sacrificed on their defense as they were willing to start poor fielding players in the corners in the outfield as well as at 1B & 3B.  The Piazza trade was a big gamble as Skokie decided to go with more hitting and power at catcher but sacrificed on stolen bases by their opponents with Piazza poor arm and several pitchers who were unable to hold base runners close.  Skokie had never tried before to play with such wholes in their defense on the field but the thinking process was, if we could bomb the other team there was the defense to come in during the late innings and their closer Joe Nathan, one of the premier closers.

So the 2007 Skokie Wolfmen took a big gamble, they felt they could do it because they were in a weak division and if they could just get back to the playoffs, using all the players properly, in a short series, that they could be competitive.  Another key aspect of the Wolfmen was that they lead the league in giving up the least amount of home runs.  Being that they live in Wolfie park which is a hitters park, this was crucial to balance the less then perfect defense on the field and weak ability to stop opponents to steal bases.

So this version of the Skokie team won 9 less games then in 2006.  It comes into the playoffs with the worse record of any playoff bound team.  With its clearing weaknesses as discussed above, few people will give them a chance against the better teams in the CBA.  If they are going to go far, it will require all the tricks and skills by their manager the Wolfman to do it and perhaps some lucky rolls of the dice.

There was a big debate over whether to go with Piazza at catcher but he won up tied for 2nd on the club with 28 homers in somewhat limited due and was second in RBIs.  His memorable four homer game is a record in the CBA.  Barry Bonds was another gamble with his poor knees and fielding if this would more adversely affect the team then his bat but he tied the record of 37 homers done by Beltran in 2005 and had 100 RBIs in again a bit of limited duty.  Valentin a middle inning pick in the draft (Skokie wait as long as possible to grab their old friend and former player) was also another key to Skokie’s success as he provided a good strong bat and power which was needed and lead to Grudzielanek seeing limited duty but valuable for late inning defense.  Edmonds also hit a bit more for power then expected and came through in some key games plus his consistent defensive in CF was key.  The late addition of Giambi and Dellucci added some more power for the clubs and left handed hitters who could hit lefties, Dellucci began a backup for Bonds.  1B had been a challenge for Skokie rotating four other players to fill the void (Aurilla, Shelton, Sheffield, Spiezio) but with Giambi on the scene it added another power hitter with good on base.  Skokie tried to create their own version of the famed Yankees murders row.  Especially against right handed pitchers – just about every hitter in the lineup was capable of hitting the ball out.  Gary Matthews Jr. may have been Skokie’s most consistent hitter who did a great job as a leadoff hitter.  Normally the Wolfmen like to have more speed in their lineup but the roll of the dice didn’t allow this to occur.

L. Hudson was a surprise starter for the team and thus earned a place on the playoff squad, was perhaps the most consistent starter. Nathan is Nathan and set a mark in the age of the Wolfman with 20 saves.  He was almost unhittable and will be a key player in the playoffs.  But the relief staff was a lot more inconsistent in times past and will have to be used wisely in the playoffs.  Look for the Wolfmen to count on their starters to go long into the game.  As far as the other Skokie starters, at times they look brilliant but overall their effective was very questionable and far less in performance then prior years.  Clemens just wasn’t his usual self winning only 6 games, Lilly and T. Hudson were inconsistent – Redman and Patterson gave some help in limited starts but the trade for Wang brought that other starter that Skokie deeply needed. 

So to summarize, the 2007 version of the Skokie Wolfmen was a collection of the old and new.  The team has the ability to explode at any moment but comes in with a number of holes where they could also be crunched just the same.  It will be an interest challenge to see if an improved scoring machine is enough to take the Wolfmen to a higher level.  The keys for their success will be how effective Wang and Clemens can be as consistant starters and if the club can score runs which has doomed them in the playoffs in the last two years.  There is no doubt the Wolfmen like Skokie’s park but with the worse record as a playoff team after the 1st round they could lose home field advantage.

Analysis of San Diego VS Skokie

During the regular season the two teams split the twelve games played.  Even though San Diego had a better regular season record, Skokie gained home field advantage for this series due to winning their division (finally after losing out the past two years on the last day of the season).  Skokie’s true advantage then was having possibly four games in their park as their club is really suited for the long ball.  Thus for San Diego to win the series they would need to win in Skokie.  The Surf is a better hitting team but the key weakness of the surf, if any, as Mr. Wallace had put a good squad together was in their pitching as their 3rd and 4th starters were not strong and the bullpen could be a bit stronger.  The strategy for Skokie was to bomb the Surf starters, then bring in their defense and have Nathan waiting at the end.  The Surf had better speed then Skokie and could take advantage of the weak arm of Piazza and also several of Skokie’s starters inability to hold runners.  So in comparing the two teams their strengths and weakness were pretty even, the key would see if San Diego could win in Skokie.  And with San Diego being more of a pitcher’s park (low ball park home run) if they could win 3 in San Diego, then Skokie could be in a lot of trouble.  Finally a last key for Skokie in the series was if their starters could take up a lot of innings as three of the Skokie relievers are more geared for more conditional spots.  So if the Skokie starters got bombed early, Skokie could be in a lot of trouble

Now lets move on two the actual games and see what happened

Game 1: At Skokie   (Haren vs Wang)

Surf............ 0 0 0  0 0 1  0 2 0  -  3  9  1
Wolfmen......... 2 0 0  1 3 0  0 0    -  6 10  0

Skokie started out the gate as the “Pizza” man hits a two run homer to begin the first inning.  This bodes badly for the Surf if the Skokie bats start blasting home runs.  Wang was pitching very good and the Surf were consistently unable to come through with clutch hits when men were on base.  Edmonds hits a solo shot for Skokie to make it 3-0 and then Shelton shocks the Surf (Note: Shelton almost was not kept on the squad for the playoffs, it was between keeping him or Sheffield) with a 3 run dinger in the 5th.  So with a commanding 6-0 lead and Nathan waiting in the wings if needed, it looked like Skokie had the game in hand.  But then the Surf bats came alive in the 8th and they threatened but good old reliable Nathan, who relishes this type of spots came in and shot the door for a 6-3 Skokie win.  Was this a sign that Skokie could break their first round jinx and move to the finals?  The Surf now needed a victory in Game 2.


Game 2: At Skokie   (Peavy vs Clemens)

Surf............ 0 1 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 -  2  9  1
Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 1  0 0 0  0 1 -  3  9  1

This was definitely a key game in the Series.  If Skokie went up 2 games to none, and especially if Skokie could beat Peavy one of the best pitchers in the league, it would be tough for San Diego.  This was a classic game, a pitchers duel between two of the greatest pitchers in the history of the game.

The Surf would take the lead and Skokie would battle back.  Neither team could get ahead and it went into extra innings.  Skokie knew if they could get past Rodriquez, the ace closer of the Surf and outlast him, they might have a chance. (BTW, C. Jones was up with the bases loaded earlier in the game and had a chance at a ball park homer which would have been a  Grand Slam but missed but he did homer later to tie the game in the 6th).  Anyway in the bottom of the 11th with two on, Matthews who had a great season (and also had 7 doubles in 6 games for the series) came through in the bottom of the 11th and Skokie won game 2 by the score 3-2.  This was the turning point of the series.  With Skokie up 2 games to none, San Diego had to do some miracles in their home park.


Game 3: At San Diego (L. Hudson vs Meche)

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 6 0  0 2 0  -  9 12  0
Surf............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  7  0

This was a due or die game for San Diego.  Skokie surprised the world by going with Luke Hudson instead of Tim Hudson (who won 13 games for the Wolfmen).  But Luke Hudson had been one of Skokie’s most consistent starters all year long and he earned this game 3 start.  And boy did Hudson pitch his heart out.  He was virtually unhittable and only in the bottom of the 9th could the Surf score.  Shelton came through again in the 5th with a two run homer and Edmonds also hit his 2nd.  A big six run 5th put the game away for Skokie. Matthews also was a star hitting 3 doubles and driving in two runs but the real star with L. Hudson.  Well Skokie had a command 3 games to none lead.  The question was, could Skokie do a sweep?  Game 4 featured the starters of Game 1

Game 4: At San Diego (Wang vs Haren)

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 0  1 1 0  -  3  7  0
Surf............ 0 1 0  2 0 3  3 0    -  9 10  0

(Personal note: I was hoping that we could finish the series in four, as I had to stay up very late to play due to our difference in hours but Joe was not to be denied this game.)

The game started as many being close and tied 1-1 after 3 innings, but then the Surf bats came to life and they were unstoppable.  They sliced and diced Skokie starter Wang and Skokie saw their dream to sweep fading.  Skokie tried to use Wang as long as possible but the Surf was taking batting practice and then when the relief came in, finally Skokie was able to stop the party by the Surf.  C. Duncan feasted on Skokie pitching hitting two homers.  So Skokie just let the Surf enjoy their day as Manager Wallace earned his first playoff win in convincing fashion.  We could hear Joe saying in the dugout as the game was nearing completion if only I save some of these runs for the other games.  Well could the Surf do a Boston Redsox and take the final four? With the jinx of seven games in the past, the Wolfman was becoming a bit worried.

Game 5: At San Diego (T. Hudson vs Peavy)

Wolfmen......... 0 0 1  0 0 1  0 0 1  -  3  8  2
Surf............ 0 1 0  1 3 6  5 0    - 16 15  0

Well again, the Surf were facing an elimination game.  But this club which almost won their own division is a very gutsy club and they never say “Die”.  Again the game started out close but starting into the 5th through the 7th innings, the Surf could do no wrong.  They literally destroyed the Skokie pitchers, it didn’t matter who was brought in, they were cannon fodder – on this day no team could have beat the Surf, they were unstoppable.  Dye hit his 2nd homer and Victorino hit an inside the park homer.  Three of the Surf hitters had 3 RBI’s each.  So Skokie basically gave up in the 6th and let the Surf enjoy their day.  They decided than, that when they went home to Wolfmen Park, they would win the series for the fans.  Besides, they had Clemens coming up next and he didn’t have to face Peavy again.  Peavy is darn tough and Skokie was happy they could win that very hard fought Game 2 against him.  25 runs in two games for the Surf, they were now on fire and ready to win in Skokie.

Game 6: At Skokie   (Santana vs Clemens)

Surf............ 1 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 0  -  2  5  0
Wolfmen......... 0 0 0  3 0 0  0 0    -  3  7  0
 

With Skokie at home and with Clemens going, San Diego must have been a bit concerned.  Clemens had pitched great baseball in Game 2 and Santana was a bit vulnerable to go against right handed hitters.  But the Surf showed they are a good team and began to continue their hitting against Clemens by scoring in the top of the first to take an early lead.  Skokie was struggling against Santana and starting to think the curse of 7 games was coming back but finally HR and RBI team leader, Barry Bonds, who had been quiet the whole series hit one out of the park in the bottom of the 4th to tie the game.  And Bonds must have inspired the Wolf guys because shortly later, Piazza, who may well be the MVP of the Skokie squad during the regular season, launched his 2nd homer of the series (he batted in Skokie’s first runs in Game 1 and their final runs in Game 6 with homers) for Skokie to take a 3-1 lead.  With Clemens on the mound, would this be enough?  Clemens continued to dominate but then that squirley Victorino came to bat in the 7th, he did it again and hit a inside the park home run to make it 3-2.  Just one run separating the two combatants.  Clemens made it into the 9th but walked the first hitter and Duncan was up (he was killing Skokie pitching) so the Wolfman brought in Sherill to face him (or to not allow Duncan to be the guy who could defeat the Wolfmen) and Sherill was able to get pinch hitter Nady to line out).  Then it was Nathan time, for the chance for the Wolfmen to go into round 2 for the first time, this is why Skokie jumped to trade for him last year giving away Bedard one of the best starting pitchers, and Nathan in his normal fashion shut the door down and the Wolfmen are now headed to the conference championship. 

Series Notes and Conclusion

The keys for this series were the following.  First of all the Surf bats fell silent in Skokie and you will never beat the Wolfmen there if you can’t score runs as Skokie won all 3 games in their home park.  Clemens is probably the MVP for Skokie pitching two game gems.  During the regular season the Wolfmen’s starters had a lot of problems but with the two good starts by Clemens (both games won 3-2) and the strong outing by Wang and especially L. Hudson, it was actually Skokie’s starting pitching which won the series.  All year long, Skokie had to conserve Clemens (due to a limit of innings) but in the playoffs they could turn him loose.  Could Clemens be the Skokie X Factor?

Special achievements by players from each team:

San Diego Surf:

Duncan was a tear to the Wolfmen, hitting .714 in five games with 2 HRs and 8 RBIs.

Victorino also hit .429 with 2 HRs (both inside the park) and 5 RBIs

Dye also hit .348 with 2 HRs and 6 RBIs.

(most of the hitting by the  Surf came in the two games they won, by a combined score of 25-6.  Unfortunately they couldn’t split part of their hitting in the other four games, especially games 2 and 6, both lost 3-2)

Peavy 2.81 ERA, 1-0 was very tough for Skokie and deserved recognition, if he would  have had more run support he might have been 2-0

 
Team Statistics For 1997 Bodega Bay Mad Birds Totals After 162 Games

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Entered the league in: 1996-11-01 WON LOST PCT TEAM OPP OVERALL RECORD 75 87 .463 LEFT ON BASE 1091 1193 HOME RECORD 41 38 .519 DP'S TURNED 151 123 ROAD RECORD 34 49 .410 TP'S TURNED 0 0 VS. LEFTY STARTERS 13 13 .500 MOST HITS 18 18 VS. RIGHTY STARTERS 62 74 .456 LEAST HITS 0 1 EXTRA INNING GAMES 12 7 .632 MOST RUNS 14 15 ONE RUN GAMES 29 23 .558 LAST 10 GAMES 6 4 .600 TOTAL RUNS 594 700 AVERAGE RUNS 3.67 4.32 CURRENT 3 GAME WINNING STREAK TOTAL LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 6 GAMES HR'S AT BMR 61 61 122 LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 10 GAMES HR'S AT OPP 80 88 168 TOTAL 141 149 RUNS GAMES TEAM SCORED THIS MANY RUNS GAMES OPPONENTS SCORED THIS MANY 0 - XXXXXX (12) 0 - XXXX (7) 1 - XXXXXXXXXXX (21) 1 - XXXXXXXXX (18) 2 - XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (30) 2 - XXXXXXXXXXX (22) 3 - XXXXXXXXXXXXX (25) 3 - XXXXXXXXXXXXX (26) 4 - XXXXXXXXXX (20) 4 - XXXXXXXXXXX (22) 5 - XXXXXXXXXXXX (23) 5 - XXXXXXXX (16) 6 - XXXXX (9) 6 - XXXXXXXXXXX (21) 7 - XXXXX (10) 7 - XXXXX (10) 8 - XX (4) 8 - XXXX (7) 9 - XX (3) 9 - XX (3) 10+ - XXX (5) 10+ - XXXXX (10) RECORD VS. Dawson DIVISION WON LOST PCT Brooklyn Superbas 9 3 .750 Longue-Pointe Hitman 6 6 .500 Limoilou Wendigo 4 8 .333 Quebec Capitales 3 9 .250 TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION 22 26 .458 RECORD VS. Carter DIVISION WON LOST PCT Cooperstown Iron Horses 6 6 .500 Can. River Val. Ball Yard Rats 3 10 .231 Phlorida Gaters 7 5 .583 Villanova Wild Cats 5 7 .417 TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION 21 28 .429 RECORD VS. Rogers DIVISION WON LOST PCT Hamilton Harbour 13 9 .591 Hooterville Canonballs 12 10 .545 Montecito Habaneros 7 14 .333 TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION 32 33 .492
Team Statistics For 1999 Bodega Bay Mad Birds Totals After 162 Games
 
 
                      WON LOST  PCT                  TEAM  OPP
   OVERALL RECORD      77  85  .475     LEFT ON BASE 1219 1200
   HOME RECORD         37  44  .457     DP'S TURNED   129  124
   ROAD RECORD         40  41  .494     TP'S TURNED     0    0
   VS. LEFTY STARTERS  15  17  .469     MOST HITS      19   22
   VS. RIGHTY STARTERS 62  68  .477     LEAST HITS      2    2
   EXTRA INNING GAMES  15  10  .600     MOST RUNS      13   13
   ONE RUN GAMES       31  31  .500     
   LAST 10 GAMES        4   6  .400     TOTAL RUNS    693  699
                                        AVERAGE RUNS 4.28 4.31
   CURRENT 2 GAME LOSING STREAK                                TOTAL
   LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 6 GAMES      HR'S AT BMC    63   73   136
   LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 7 GAMES       HR'S AT OPP    66   79   145
                                        TOTAL         129  152
 
 
RUNS  GAMES TEAM SCORED THIS MANY       RUNS  GAMES OPPONENTS SCORED THIS MANY
 0  - XXXX (8)                           0  - XXXXX (9)
 1  - XXXXXXXX (16)                      1  - XXXXXXX (13)
 2  - XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (32)              2  - XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (28)
 3  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)                  3  - XXXXXXXXXXX (22)
 4  - XXXXXXXXX (17)                     4  - XXXXXXXXXXX (21)
 5  - XXXXXXXXX (17)                     5  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)
 6  - XXXXXXX (13)                       6  - XXXXXXX (14)
 7  - XXXXXX (11)                        7  - XXXXX (9)
 8  - XXXX (8)                           8  - XXXXX (9)
 9  - XXX (6)                            9  - XXX (5)
10+ - XXXXX (10)                        10+ - XXXXX (9)
 
 
RECORD VS. Dawson DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Alexandria Assault                 5   7  .417
Hamilton Harbors                   7   5  .583
Longue Pointe Hitmen               4   8  .333
Montecito Habaneros                9   3  .750
Quebec Capitale                    4   8  .333
Limoilou Wendigo                   5   7  .417
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           34  38  .472
 
 
RECORD VS. Carter DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Kansas City A's                   11   7  .611
Canadian River Ball Yard Rats     10   8  .556
Cooperstown Iron Horses            5  13  .278
Mackinaw City Breakers             7  11  .389
Burlington BlackSox               10   8  .556
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           43  47  .478
 
 
RECORD VS. Schmidt DIVISION      WON LOST  PCT
Louisville Mob Squad               0   0  ----
Philly Phantastics                 0   0  ----
Montreal Rockets                   0   0  ----
Ste-Foy Frenchies                  0   0  ----
Stirling Redsox                    0   0  ----
Ottawa Otters                      0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----
 
 
RECORD VS. Parker DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Brooklyn Superbas                  0   0  ----
Beauport Gamblers                  0   0  ----
Hicksville Rednecks                0   0  ----
Kilgore Bashers                    0   0  ----
Tennessee Tazmanians               0   0  ----
Wilmington BlueRocks               0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----

Team Statistics For 2000 Bodega Bay Mad Birds Totals After 162 Games
 
 
                      WON LOST  PCT                  TEAM  OPP
   OVERALL RECORD      85  77  .525     LEFT ON BASE 1102 1216
   HOME RECORD         46  35  .568     DP'S TURNED   156  135
   ROAD RECORD         39  42  .481     TP'S TURNED     0    0
   VS. LEFTY STARTERS  21  11  .656     MOST HITS      24   19
   VS. RIGHTY STARTERS 64  66  .492     LEAST HITS      2    1
   EXTRA INNING GAMES   4  10  .286     MOST RUNS      20   13
   ONE RUN GAMES       26  33  .441     
   LAST 10 GAMES        4   6  .400     TOTAL RUNS    837  749
                                        AVERAGE RUNS 5.17 4.62
   CURRENT 1 GAME LOSING STREAK                                TOTAL
   LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 6 GAMES      HR'S AT BMC    97   79   176
   LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 6 GAMES       HR'S AT OPP   102   82   184
                                        TOTAL         199  161
 
 
RUNS  GAMES TEAM SCORED THIS MANY       RUNS  GAMES OPPONENTS SCORED THIS MANY
 0  - XXX (5)                            0  - XXX (5)
 1  - XXXXX (10)                         1  - XXXXXXXX (15)
 2  - XXXXXXXX (15)                      2  - XXXXXXXXXX (19)
 3  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)                  3  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)
 4  - XXXXXXXXXX (20)                    4  - XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (29)
 5  - XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (27)                5  - XXXXXXXX (15)
 6  - XXXXXXXXX (18)                     6  - XXXXXXXX (16)
 7  - XXXXXX (12)                        7  - XXXXXXX (14)
 8  - XXXXXX (12)                        8  - XXXXX (10)
 9  - XXXXX (9)                          9  - XXXX (7)
10+ - XXXXXX (11)                       10+ - XXXXX (9)
 
 
RECORD VS. Dawson DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Washington Feds                    7   5  .583
Hamilton Harbors                   7   5  .583
Longue Pointe Hitmen               6   6  .500
Montecito Habaneros                5   7  .417
Quebec Capitale                    8   4  .667
Limoilou Wendigo                   8   4  .667
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           41  31  .569
 
 
RECORD VS. Carter DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Kansas City A's                    7  11  .389
Kennesaw Mount. Woodsman           9   9  .500
Cooperstown Iron Horses           11   7  .611
Mackinaw City Breakers             9   9  .500
Burlington BlackSox                8  10  .444
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           44  46  .489
 
 
RECORD VS. Schmidt DIVISION      WON LOST  PCT
Jonquiere Life Savers              0   0  ----
Philly Phantastics                 0   0  ----
Alamo City Flames                  0   0  ----
Ste-Foy Frenchies                  0   0  ----
Stirling Redsox                    0   0  ----
Ottawa Otters                      0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----
 
 
RECORD VS. Parker DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Brooklyn Superbas                  0   0  ----
Beauport Gamblers                  0   0  ----
Hicksville Rednecks                0   0  ----
Kilgore Bashers                    0   0  ----
Tennessee Tazmanians               0   0  ----
Wilmington BlueRocks               0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----


 

Team Statistics For 2001 Bodega Bay Mad Birds Totals After 162 Games
 
 
                      WON LOST  PCT                  TEAM  OPP
   OVERALL RECORD      65  97  .401     LEFT ON BASE 1125 1160
   HOME RECORD         32  49  .395     DP'S TURNED   185  146
   ROAD RECORD         33  48  .407     TP'S TURNED     0    1
   VS. LEFTY STARTERS  15  16  .484     MOST HITS      21   22
   VS. RIGHTY STARTERS 50  81  .382     LEAST HITS      2    2
   EXTRA INNING GAMES   6   8  .429     MOST RUNS      14   16
   ONE RUN GAMES       21  26  .447     
   LAST 10 GAMES        4   6  .400     TOTAL RUNS    656  810
                                        AVERAGE RUNS 4.05 5.00
   CURRENT 2 GAME LOSING STREAK                                TOTAL
   LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 6 GAMES      HR'S AT BMC    55   89   144
   LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 13 GAMES      HR'S AT OPP    96   95   191
                                        TOTAL         151  184
 
 
RUNS  GAMES TEAM SCORED THIS MANY       RUNS  GAMES OPPONENTS SCORED THIS MANY
 0  - XXXXXXXXX (17)                     0  - XXXX (8)
 1  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)                  1  - XXXXXX (12)
 2  - XXXXXXXXXX (20)                    2  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)
 3  - XXXXXXXXX (18)                     3  - XXXXXXXX (15)
 4  - XXXXXXXXXXX (22)                   4  - XXXXXXXXX (17)
 5  - XXXXXXXX (15)                      5  - XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)
 6  - XXXXXX (12)                        6  - XXXXXXXX (16)
 7  - XXXXXXX (14)                       7  - XXXXXX (11)
 8  - XXX (6)                            8  - XXXXXXX (14)
 9  - XX (3)                             9  - XXXXX (10)
10+ - XXXXXX (11)                       10+ - XXXXXX (12)
 
 
RECORD VS. Dawson DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Washington Feds                    7   5  .583
Hamilton Harbors                   5   7  .417
Longue Pointe Hitmen               4   8  .333
Montecito Habaneros                6   6  .500
Quebec Capitale                    4   8  .333
Limoilou Wendigo                   3   9  .250
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           29  43  .403
 
 
RECORD VS. Carter DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Kansas City A's                    5  13  .278
Kennesaw Mount. Woodsman           6  12  .333
Cooperstown Iron Horses            9   9  .500
Mackinaw City Breakers             7  11  .389
Burlington BlackSox                9   9  .500
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION           36  54  .400
 
 
RECORD VS. Schmidt DIVISION      WON LOST  PCT
Jonquiere Life Savers              0   0  ----
Philly Phantastics                 0   0  ----
Alamo City Flames                  0   0  ----
Ste-Foy Frenchies                  0   0  ----
Stirling Redsox                    0   0  ----
Ottawa Otters                      0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----
 
 
RECORD VS. Parker DIVISION       WON LOST  PCT
Brooklyn Superbas                  0   0  ----
Westmount Gamblers                 0   0  ----
Savannah Snappers                  0   0  ----
Kilgore Bashers                    0   0  ----
Tennessee Tazmanians               0   0  ----
Wilmington BlueRocks               0   0  ----
TOTAL VS. THIS DIVISION            0   0  ----

 



  
  
  

Vermont Expos - Mario Fleming Carter 2002

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

85

77

.525

Home Record

44

37

.543

Road Record

41

40

.506

Vs. Lefty Starters

14

22

.389

Vs. Righty Starters

71

55

.563

Extra Inning Games

14

8

.636

One Run Games

30

18

.625

Last 10 Games

4

6

.400

-

Current 0 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 5 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 9 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1121

1162

DP's Turned

138

113

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

22

21

Least Hits

1

1

Most Runs

17

21

-

Total Runs

668

621

Average Runs

4.12

3.83

-

Total

HR's At Team

56

73

129

HR's At Opp

80

73

153

Total

136

146


Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

0

XXXXXXX (14)

1

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

2

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (29)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

3

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (27)

4

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

4

XXXXXXXX (15)

5

XXXXXXX (13)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

6

XXXXXX (12)

--

6

XXXXX (10)

7

XXXXXX (11)

--

7

XXXXX (10)

8

XXXX (8)

--

8

XXXX (7)

9

XX (4)

--

9

XXXX (7)

10+

XXXXXX (12)

--

10+

XX (3)


BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.254

162

5628

668

1432

270

31

136

635

434

994

69

49

103

128

52

79

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6222

136

56

80

58

40

49

69

.710

0

.244

209

51

1

VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.238

.355

1210

26

109

189

.259

.395

4418

110

325

805

OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.314

.386

.711

687.0

4.18

.644

.699

.131

2172

41.38

Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.784

732

574

.775

805

624

79

.753

116

38

13

5

ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.50

85

77

.525

162

17

14

42

1474.3

1345

621

573

146

545

1141

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6211

146

73

73

66

145

42

59

.712

.128

360

46

0

41

VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.244

2362

503

43

240

411

.244

3849

842

103

305

730

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.244

8.2

3.3

7.0

.9

4.12

168

90

41

.244

2.10

Montreal Royals - Gerald Benoit MOS 2003

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

80

82

.494

Home Record

44

37

.543

Road Record

36

45

.444

Vs. Lefty Starters

23

16

.590

Vs. Righty Starters

57

66

.463

Extra Inning Games

9

6

.600

One Run Games

30

25

.545

Last 10 Games

5

5

.500

-

Current 3 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 5 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 4 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1140

1216

DP's Turned

160

108

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

19

19

Least Hits

2

2

Most Runs

15

15

-

Total Runs

688

717

Average Runs

4.25

4.43

-

Total

HR's At Team

66

85

151

HR's At Opp

78

76

154

Total

144

161


Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXXXX (9)

--

0

XXXX (7)

1

XXXXXXX (13)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

2

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (32)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

4

XXXXXXXX (16)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (27)

5

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (25)

--

5

XXXXXXXX (15)

6

XXXXXX (12)

--

6

XXXXXX (11)

7

XXXXXXX (14)

--

7

XXXXXX (11)

8

XXXXX (9)

--

8

XXXXX (9)

9

XXX (5)

--

9

XX (3)

10+

XXX (5)

--

10+

XXXXXXX (13)


BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.255

162

5535

688

1413

320

30

144

648

521

1000

44

81

91

132

57

127

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6218

144

66

78

54

36

81

106

.764

2

.275

229

63

12

VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.243

.374

1461

33

127

255

.260

.412

4074

111

394

745

OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.322

.402

.698

732.2

4.51

.684

.724

.147

2225

38.44

Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.696

672

468

.659

882

581

127

.720

95

37

1

5

ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.97

80

82

.494

162

16

7

40

1459.0

1378

717

644

161

661

1116

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6315

161

85

76

53

146

40

61

.656

.108

351

38

1

39

VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.269

2745

623

72

369

437

.238

3570

755

89

292

679

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.251

8.5

4.1

6.9

1.0

4.25

252

156

89

.353

1.70

 

Montreal Royals - Gerald Benoit MOC 2004

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

78

84

.481

Home Record

44

37

.543

Road Record

34

47

.420

Vs. Lefty Starters

21

25

.457

Vs. Righty Starters

57

59

.491

Extra Inning Games

8

10

.444

One Run Games

24

22

.522

Last 10 Games

4

6

.400

-

Current 1 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 7 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 9 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1092

1194

DP's Turned

137

136

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

19

19

Least Hits

2

1

Most Runs

14

15

-

Total Runs

796

819

Average Runs

4.91

5.06

-

Total

HR's At Team

132

93

225

HR's At Opp

106

102

208

Total

238

195


Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXXXXXX (14)

--

0

XXX (6)

1

XXXXXXX (13)

--

1

XXXXXXXXX (18)

2

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

2

XXXXXXXX (16)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

4

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

--

4

XXXXXXXXX (18)

5

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

6

XXXXXXX (14)

--

6

XXXXX (9)

7

XXXXXX (11)

--

7

XXXXX (9)

8

XXXXX (10)

--

8

XXXX (7)

9

XXXX (8)

--

9

XX (4)

10+

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

--

10+

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)


BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.259

162

5637

796

1460

283

29

238

770

544

1095

32

35

123

109

47

85

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6287

238

132

106

43

38

35

49

.714

6

.344

154

53

8

VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.265

.468

1666

76

141

283

.256

.437

3971

162

403

812

OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.326

.446

.699

815.8

4.98

.736

.772

.187

2515

23.68

Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.741

711

527

.725

857

621

85

.705

105

44

10

1

ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

4.76

78

84

.481

162

13

6

31

1461.0

1446

819

772

195

656

1055

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6400

195

93

102

57

149

31

50

.620

.189

365

69

3

27

VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.280

2510

601

79

299

415

.248

3890

845

116

357

640

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.260

8.9

4.0

6.5

1.2

4.91

222

121

95

.428

1.60

 

 MOC 2005

Josh "Wolfman" Shapiro

My hobbies:  Sports, Science Fiction, Travel, Writing,                    
                     World Mysteries, Spiritually-based subjects

Strat-experience -- Started to play the game in 1967,
was involved with various face-face leagues around Chicago
in 1968-1979 -- participated in one mail league where received
the nickname of Wolfman, the Skokie Wolfman -- played in
a mail series against Donna Chevrette that was reported
in the SOM Review and also we organized several years
of National SOM Conferences at the U of I, in Champaign-Urbana
Illinois in the late part of the 1970's.  The CBA is my first
computer based/internet league I am participating in.
I returned to SOM via the trial leagues offered on the
Sporting News using the 2003 based cards. 

 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

95

67

.586

Home Record

50

31

.617

Road Record

45

36

.556

Vs. Lefty Starters

26

11

.703

Vs. Righty Starters

69

56

.552

Extra Inning Games

9

8

.529

One Run Games

21

26

.447

Last 10 Games

8

2

.800

-

Current 7 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 7 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 8 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1015

1183

DP's Turned

151

111

TP's Turned

1

0

Most Hits

26

21

Least Hits

3

2

Most Runs

21

14

-

Total Runs

824

648

Average Runs

5.09

4.00

-

Total

HR's At Team

121

50

171

HR's At Opp

85

88

173

Total

206

138


Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XX (4)

--

0

XXXXXXX (13)

1

XXXXXX (12)

--

1

XXXXXXXX (15)

2

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (28)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (26)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (28)

4

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

5

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (26)

--

5

XXXXXXX (14)

6

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

6

XXXXXX (12)

7

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

7

XXXXXX (12)

8

XXXXX (9)

--

8

XXX (5)

9

XXXXX (9)

--

9

XXX (6)

10+

XXXXXXX (13)

--

10+

XXXX (7)

 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.270

162

5628

824

1519

341

41

206

796

439

1063

39

50

105

205

63

90

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6194

206

121

85

56

38

50

66

.758

4

.272

224

61

8

VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.282

.474

1400

49

97

240

.266

.449

4228

157

342

823

OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.325

.455

.765

833.3

5.16

.758

.780

.185

2560

27.32

Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.821

748

614

.792

848

672

90

.751

127

42

1

0

ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.66

95

67

.586

162

7

13

48

1466.3

1350

648

597

138

590

1226

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6234

138

50

88

47

155

48

71

.676

.144

333

48

0

39

VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.264

2484

574

59

264

437

.234

3750

776

79

326

789

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.246

8.3

3.6

7.5

.9

5.09

244

139

67

.275

2.10


Skokie Wolfmen SWC 2006  Wildcard


Clemens Tosses a gem for the Wolfman.

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

97

66

.595

Home Record

50

32

.610

Road Record

47

34

.580

Vs. Lefty Starters

19

12

.613

Vs. Righty Starters

78

54

.591

Extra Inning Games

12

8

.600

One Run Games

27

23

.540

Last 10 Games

5

5

.500

-

Current 1 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 16 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 5 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1060

1167

DP's Turned

152

153

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

20

20

Least Hits

2

1

Most Runs

15

14

-

Total Runs

755

613

Average Runs

4.63

3.76

-

Total

HR's At Team

101

42

143

HR's At Opp

78

79

157

Total

179

121


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXXXX (9)

--

0

XXXXXXX (14)

1

XXXXXX (11)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

2

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (25)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (27)

--

3

XXXXXXXX (15)

4

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (29)

5

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

6

XXXXXXXX (16)

--

6

XXXXXXXXX (18)

7

XXXXX (9)

--

7

XXXXXXXXX (18)

8

XXXXXXX (13)

--

8

XX (4)

9

XXX (6)

--

9

X (1)

10+

XXXX (8)

--

10+

XX (4)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.266

163

5604

755

1491

281

34

179

723

460

1113

44

40

136

108

36

95

 

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6186

179

101

78

43

38

40

54

.741

3

.294

252

74

9

VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.247

.413

980

35

73

181

.270

.426

4624

144

387

932

OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.325

.424

.750

764.3

4.73

.698

.749

.158

2377

31.31

Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.787

653

514

.735

829

609

95

.792

103

27

3

0

ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.47

97

66

.595

163

2

14

53

1467.7

1338

613

566

121

532

1229

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6188

121

42

79

39

161

53

80

.662

 

.139

317

44

0

28

VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.234

2323

484

45

214

424

.249

3865

854

76

318

805

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.243

8.2

3.3

7.5

.7

4.63

200

108

69

.345

2.30

 


 

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SWC 2007


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

87

75

.537

Home Record

50

31

.617

Road Record

37

44

.457

Vs. Lefty Starters

24

21

.533

Vs. Righty Starters

63

54

.538

Extra Inning Games

4

8

.333

One Run Games

22

26

.458

Last 10 Games

4

6

.400

-

Current 2 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 7 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 5 Game(s)

 

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1178

1149

DP's Turned

148

152

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

26

18

Least Hits

1

2

Most Runs

22

16

-

Total Runs

913

795

Average Runs

5.64

4.91

-

Total

HR's At Team

158

79

237

HR's At Opp

118

72

190

Total

276

151


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXXX (8)

--

0

XXXX (8)

1

XXXX (8)

--

1

XXXXX (9)

2

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

4

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

5

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

5

XXXXXX (11)

6

XXXXXX (12)

--

6

XXXXX (10)

7

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

7

XXXXX (10)

8

XXXXX (10)

--

8

XXXXXXX (14)

9

XXX (5)

--

9

XXXX (7)

10+

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

10+

XXXXXXX (13)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.278

162

5679

913

1580

338

36

276

884

596

1093

55

54

138

39

13

99


PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6420

276

158

118

46

36

54

76

.711

9

.289

194

56

6


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.266

.471

1340

59

152

229

.282

.504

4339

217

444

864


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.350

.496

.750

985.7

6.13

.825

.847

.218

2818

20.58


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.691

727

502

.700

860

602

99

.729

188

70

9

3


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

4.54

87

75

.537

162

3

8

45

1449.3

1530

795

731

151

546

1021


 

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6297

151

79

72

52

159

45

79

.570

 

.113

302

34

0

33


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.283

2328

582

62

211

348

.268

3969

948

89

335

673


OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.274

9.5

3.4

6.3

.9

5.64

418

219

130

.311

1.90

 

SWC 2008


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

96

66

.593

Home Record

45

36

.556

Road Record

51

30

.630

Vs. Lefty Starters

25

14

.641

Vs. Righty Starters

71

52

.577

Extra Inning Games

10

11

.476

One Run Games

22

28

.440

Last 10 Games

3

7

.300

-

Current 1 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 10 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 5 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1165

1137

DP's Turned

161

184

TP's Turned

0

1

Most Hits

25

19

Least Hits

2

2

Most Runs

17

13

-

Total Runs

917

710

Average Runs

5.66

4.38

-

Total

HR's At Team

138

68

206

HR's At Opp

121

91

212

Total

259

159

 


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XX (4)

--

0

XXXX (8)

1

XXXX (8)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

2

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

3

XXXXXXX (14)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

4

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

4

XXXXXXXXX (17)

5

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

6

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

--

6

XXXXXXXXX (17)

7

XXXXXXX (14)

--

7

XXXXXXXXX (17)

8

XXXXX (10)

--

8

XXXX (8)

9

XXXXXXX (13)

--

9

XXXX (7)

10+

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

--

10+

XXXX (8)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.287

162

5774

917

1659

334

21

259

878

552

957

69

51

174

59

33

85


PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6477

259

138

121

41

31

51

66

.773

3

.356

225

80

12


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.277

.481

1319

63

126

220

.290

.489

4455

196

426

737


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.355

.487

.641

971.7

5.96

.808

.842

.200

2812

22.29


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.742

677

502

.737

833

614

85

.763

158

49

6

7


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

4.11

95

66

.590

162

10

8

42

1477.3

1434

710

674

159

535

1005


TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6284

159

68

91

63

152

42

64

.656

 

.182

307

56

2

37


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.260

2622

606

70

240

368

.254

3662

828

89

295

637


 

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.257

8.7

3.3

6.1

1.0

5.66

203

113

63

.310

1.90

 

SWC 2009


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

91

72

.558

Home Record

43

39

.524

Road Record

48

33

.593

Vs. Lefty Starters

31

18

.633

Vs. Righty Starters

60

54

.526

Extra Inning Games

4

10

.286

One Run Games

13

23

.361

Last 10 Games

4

6

.400

-

Current 0 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 14 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 5 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1363

1142

DP's Turned

147

171

TP's Turned

1

0

Most Hits

20

21

Least Hits

2

1

Most Runs

16

13

-

Total Runs

849

724

Average Runs

5.21

4.44

-

Total

HR's At Team

98

52

150

HR's At Opp

77

87

164

Total

175

139


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXX (6)

--

0

XXXX (8)

1

XXXXXXX (13)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

2

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (25)

3

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

4

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (26)

--

4

XXXXXXXXX (17)

5

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

5

XXXXXXXX (16)

6

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

6

XXXXX (10)

7

XXXXXX (11)

--

7

XXXXX (10)

8

XXXXX (9)

--

8

XXXXXXX (13)

9

XXX (6)

--

9

XXXX (8)

10+

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

--

10+

XXXXX (9)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.269

163

5657

849

1521

331

13

175

805

759

1195

110

52

155

99

19

104


 

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6608

175

98

77

50

30

52

64

.813

6

.251

255

64

5


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.276

.439

1629

56

208

319

.266

.419

4028

119

551

876


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.365

.425

.839

908.8

5.59

.782

.789

.156

2403

32.33


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.717

834

598

.712

884

629

104

.760

114

36

19

11


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

4.00

91

72

.558

163

10

8

48

1476.7

1431

724

657

139

555

1100


TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6300

139

52

87

54

153

48

71

.676

 

.132

325

43

0

41


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.264

2655

620

53

260

426

.250

3645

811

86

295

674


OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.256

8.7

3.4

6.7

.8

5.21

253

142

68

.269

2.00

SLM 2010


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

101

61

.623

Home Record

50

31

.617

Road Record

51

30

.630

Vs. Lefty Starters

21

20

.512

Vs. Righty Starters

80

41

.661

Extra Inning Games

15

7

.682

One Run Games

30

21

.588

Last 10 Games

6

4

.600

-

Current 2 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 16 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 4 Game(s)

 

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1127

1063

DP's Turned

163

175

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

24

20

Least Hits

3

0

Most Runs

18

13

-

Total Runs

855

674

Average Runs

5.28

4.16

-

Total

HR's At Team

127

122

249

HR's At Opp

86

105

191

Total

213

227


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXX (6)

--

0

XXXXXX (11)

1

XXXXXXX (14)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

2

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

3

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXX (20)

4

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

4

XXXXXXXXX (18)

5

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

6

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

6

XXXXXX (11)

7

XXXXXX (12)

--

7

XXXXXX (11)

8

XXXXX (10)

--

8

XXXXX (9)

9

XXXXX (9)

--

9

XXX (5)

10+

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

10+

XXXXX (9)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.270

162

5671

855

1530

349

47

213

819

582

1072

51

31

162

73

15

70


PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6367

213

127

86

30

32

31

38

.816

4

.250

28

7

2


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.270

.459

1391

49

185

279

.270

.461

4280

164

397

793


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.341

.461

.000

885.7

5.46

.768

.802

.191

2612

26.62


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.000

771

639

.000

815

665

70

.000

39

15

13

4


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.83

101

61

.623

162

15

11

54

1477.0

1332

674

629

227

495

1040


 

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6170

227

122

105

38

147

54

77

.701

 

.000

0

0

0

0


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.227

2298

470

99

176

353

.248

3872

862

128

319

687


OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.240

8.1

3.0

6.3

1.4

5.28

262

145

68

.000

2.10

 

SWM 2011


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

108

54

.667

Home Record

50

31

.617

Road Record

58

23

.716

Vs. Lefty Starters

17

7

.708

Vs. Righty Starters

91

47

.659

Extra Inning Games

6

6

.500

One Run Games

28

16

.636

Last 10 Games

10

0

1.000

-

Current 11 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 11 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 6 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1185

1070

DP's Turned

155

167

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

23

19

Least Hits

2

2

Most Runs

16

16

-

Total Runs

894

693

Average Runs

5.52

4.28

-

Total

HR's At Team

135

86

221

HR's At Opp

113

107

220

Total

248

193

 


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXX (5)

--

0

XXXXXXX (14)

1

XXXX (8)

--

1

XXXXXX (12)

2

XXXXXXXXX (17)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (29)

4

XXXXXX (11)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

5

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

--

5

XXXXXXX (14)

6

XXXXXXX (14)

--

6

XX (4)

7

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

--

7

XX (4)

8

XXXXXXX (13)

--

8

XXXXXX (11)

9

XXXX (8)

--

9

XXXXX (10)

10+

XXXXXXXXX (18)

--

10+

XXXXX (9)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.288

162

5747

894

1655

345

24

248

857

549

1170

54

33

150

88

31

113


PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6421

248

135

113

43

37

33

44

.750

4

.250

20

5

1


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.312

.526

1090

52

114

195

.282

.476

4657

196

435

975


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.354

.486

.000

977.0

6.07

.815

.839

.198

2792

23.17


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.000

733

571

.000

824

622

113

.000

53

15

11

4


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.83

108

54

.667

162

23

14

47

1472.7

1318

693

626

193

513

1124


TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6184

193

86

107

28

139

47

63

.746

 

.000

0

0

0

0


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.248

2021

446

68

186

358

.232

4163

872

125

327

766


 

OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.237

8.1

3.1

6.9

1.2

5.52

253

135

90

.000

2.20

 

SWM 2012


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

102

60

.630

Home Record

53

28

.654

Road Record

49

32

.605

Vs. Lefty Starters

25

17

.595

Vs. Righty Starters

77

43

.642

Extra Inning Games

7

6

.538

One Run Games

21

23

.477

Last 10 Games

8

2

.800

-

Current 5 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 17 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 5 Game(s)

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1073

1064

DP's Turned

154

171

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

24

21

Least Hits

1

2

Most Runs

21

15

-

Total Runs

865

636

Average Runs

5.34

3.93

-

Total

HR's At Team

139

68

207

HR's At Opp

116

98

214

Total

255

166


 

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Games Team Scored This Many

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Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

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0

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1

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6

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7

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8

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8

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9

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9

X (1)

10+

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10+

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BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.282

162

5661

865

1596

328

24

255

821

508

1042

59

15

153

157

69

68


 

PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6275

255

139

116

37

30

15

21

.714

6

.286

35

10

1


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.283

.487

1631

76

131

300

.281

.482

4030

179

377

742


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.346

.483

.000

922.0

5.75

.807

.829

.202

2737

22.20


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.000

706

586

.000

862

698

68

.000

97

38

5

7


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.68

102

60

.630

162

20

13

46

1463.7

1327

636

598

166

504

1028


TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6094

166

68

98

47

142

46

67

.687

 

.167

6

1

0

1


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.234

2217

472

62

158

374

.247

3877

855

104

346

654


OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.242

8.2

3.1

6.3

1.0

5.34

230

114

75

.000

2.00

 

SWM 2013


 

 

WON

LOST

PCT

Overall Record

87

75

.537

Home Record

44

37

.543

Road Record

43

38

.531

Vs. Lefty Starters

24

18

.571

Vs. Righty Starters

63

57

.525

Extra Inning Games

9

12

.429

One Run Games

24

35

.407

Last 10 Games

8

2

.800

-

Current 3 Game(s) Winning Streak

Longest Winning Streak: 7 Game(s)

Longest Losing Streak: 7 Game(s)

 

 

TEAM

OPP

Left On Base

1210

1050

DP's Turned

157

194

TP's Turned

0

0

Most Hits

19

18

Least Hits

2

2

Most Runs

13

15

-

Total Runs

765

655

Average Runs

4.72

4.04

-

Total

HR's At Team

140

80

220

HR's At Opp

84

109

193

Total

224

189


 

Runs

Games Team Scored This Many

--

Runs

Games Opponents Scored This Many

0

XXX (5)

--

0

XXXXXX (12)

1

XXXXXXX (14)

--

1

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

2

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

--

2

XXXXXXXXXXX (22)

3

XXXXXXXXXXXXX (26)

--

3

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

4

XXXXXXXXXX (19)

--

4

XXXXXXXXXXXX (23)

5

XXXXXXXXXXXX (24)

--

5

XXXXXXXXXXX (21)

6

XXXXXXXX (16)

--

6

XXXXXX (12)

7

XXXXX (10)

--

7

XXXXXX (12)

8

XXX (6)

--

8

XXXX (8)

9

XXX (6)

--

9

XX (4)

10+

XXXXXXXX (15)

--

10+

XXX (6)


 

BAVG

GM

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HB

SH

DP

SB

CS

E

.269

162

5606

765

1510

281

20

224

729

619

1122

75

29

184

136

44

57


PA

HR

HM

RD

IBB

SF

SAC

SAT

SAC%

GS

PINCH

PAB

PH

PHR

6357

224

140

84

60

28

29

35

.829

8

.341

41

14

2


VS. Left-Handed Pitchers

VS. Right-Handed Pitchers

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

BAVG

SLUG

AB

HR

BB

SO

.266

.470

1510

72

147

329

.271

.438

4096

152

472

793


OB%

SLUG

SB%

RC

RC/27

TOTAVG

PROD

ISOPW

TB

AB/HR

.348

.446

.000

860.5

5.30

.771

.795

.177

2503

25.03


Primary Pos

All Pos

PCT

TOT

OUT

PCT

TOT

OUT

ERR

OSB%

OSB

OCS

PB

BADT

.000

761

611

.000

805

642

57

.000

79

34

12

2


ERA

W

L

PCT

G

CG

SH

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

BB

SO

3.85

87

75

.537

162

5

12

52

1467.3

1306

655

628

189

530

1210


 

TBF

HRA

HM

RD

IBB

GF

SV

OPP

SAVE%

HIT

BAVG

AB

HIT

HR

SAC

6116

189

80

109

34

157

52

78

.667

 

.000

0

0

0

0


VS. Left-Handed Batters

VS. Right-Handed Batters

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

OPPAV

TBF

H

HR

BB

SO

.238

2744

583

74

236

522

.240

3372

723

115

294

688


OPPAV

H/9

BB/9

SO/9

HR/9

RNSUP

IR

ISP

IRS

IRSC%

SO/BB

.239

8.0

3.3

7.4

1.2

4.72

291

150

94

.000

2.30

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