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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by koohead on October 15, 2018, 10:23:10 AM »
Last place team in the FFL North is only 2.5 games back... it's a jumblecluster.

It's almost as if everyone is calling "Not it!"  :)
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 15, 2018, 07:17:20 AM »
statslab
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by jeheinz72 on October 15, 2018, 07:10:10 AM »
I forget, do we vote for All Stars in Game or Stats Lab?
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 15, 2018, 06:03:31 AM »
One more note, the sim ended 1 day early in order to allow time for the All Star votes to come in.
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 15, 2018, 06:02:18 AM »
Everything is updated.

Last place team in the FFL North is only 2.5 games back... it's a jumblecluster.

VOTE FOR ALL STARS!  All star game is Wednesday!
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 12, 2018, 05:35:38 AM »
Everything is updated!
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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 10, 2018, 04:58:52 AM »
Everything is updated again!

I don't think I've ever seen anything like the FFL this late in the season.

Everyone except for Virginia is within 1.5 games of a wildcard berth.

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Team Press Releases / Re: Colorado Rams 75th Anniversary Team
« Last post by Y0DA55 on October 08, 2018, 07:32:32 AM »
OF - Gustavo Vizcaino
Career w/ Rams: .270/.360/.496 - 334 HRs - 1201 RBI
* 4 All-Star Selections *

Summary from the 50 Year Team:

So lets run through where he ranks all time with the Rams, shall we?

OBP: 9th (.360)
SLG: 6th (.496)
OPS: 5th (.856)
Games: 5th (2,044)
At Bats: 5th (6,840)
Runs: 5th (1,127)
Hits: 5th (1,847)
Total Bases: 5th (3,392)
Singles: 10th (1,037)
Doubles: 4th (409)
Triples: 7th (67)
HRs: 6th (334)
RBI: 4th (1,201)
Walks: 2nd (925)
HBP: 1st (80)

He was just a monster and it's kind of fun to track his career and how the Rams did at that time.  He came in and didn't play too well, and the team continued to stink.  His first big year in 2027 (.268/26/88), and the team won 93 games.  The team kept winning, and he kept hitting homeruns (just once under 20) for the next 8 years.  When he finally started to wear down and he hit only 10 homeruns in 2036, the team won 74 games (after winning 105 the year before).  Though he hit 24 the next year, the team never recovered.

Gustavo was a cornerstone on this team for a solid 10 year stretch and is a shoo in for this 50-year team.


Now:
Vizcaino was a monster for those '27-'37 Rams teams. He's still all over the Rams leaderboards, and when compiling this list, I was surprised by how long ago he was on our team. In my mind, he was a much more recent player. He's probably the first person off the bench for this team.

Apologies to Eric Cline and Jing-bo Kan, who in my mind were the last two hitters off my squad.
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Team Press Releases / Re: Colorado Rams 75th Anniversary Team
« Last post by Y0DA55 on October 08, 2018, 07:12:40 AM »
OF - Richard Samuels
Career w/ Rams: .251/.354/.461 - 253 HRs - 844 RBI
* 4 All-Star Selections *

So thank you Idaho for that draft pick. Samuels shows up twice in a big way on our team leaderboards. He's third all-time on the team in walks and he has the 7th highest WAR for any Rams batter.

Samuels went through a whole "rebuilding-contending-rebuilding" cycle with the Rams. In '65 when we won the championship, he went .339/.461/.500 throughout the playoffs. Richard is a great addition to the 75 year team.

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General Discussion / Re: The Official 2077 Discussion Thread
« Last post by Chappy on October 08, 2018, 05:12:40 AM »
Everything updated!
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