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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 1:01 pm 
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July Roundup

Power Rankings

1. Tennessee Hornets
2. Scranton Wildcats
3. Portland Demons
4. Richmond Blueclaws
5. Tuscon Dirt Devils
6. Denver Navigators
7. Iowa City Broncos
8. New Orleans Blue Sox
9. Montreal Reapers
10. Honolulu Bluefins
11. Portland Venom
12. Edmonton Raptors
13. Toeldo Lions
14. Las Vegas Wolfpack
15. Utah Chill
16. Indianapolis Wizards
17. Omaha Cougars
18. Miami Macaws
19. Phoenix Wings
20. San Jose Knights
21. Durham Dragons
22. San Antonio Samurais
23. Columbus Falcons
24. Jacksonville Firehawks
25. Charlotte Warroirs
26. Buffalo Bulldogs
27. Round Rock Renegades
28. Sacramento Sharks
29. Colorado Springs Panthers
30. New England Senators


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Monthly Awards

Patriot League
Player of the Month
Chase Atkins (Denver)
.438 AVG 4 HR 25 RBI

Pitcher of the month
Nathan Russell (Montreal)
4-1 W-L 0.25 ERA 36 K

Rookie of the Month
Nathan Russell (Montreal)
4-1 W-L 0.25 ERA 36 K

Relief Pitcher of the Month
Xavier Reynolds (Columbus)
9 SV 1.59 ERA 12 K

Freedom League

Player of the Month
Jose Reyes (Phoenix)
.374 AVG 7 HR 14 RBI

Pitcher of the Month
Ty Howard (Toledo)
4-1 W-L 1.59 ERA 37 K

Rookie Of the Month
Mack Norich (Jacksonville)
.348 AVG 4 HR 25 RBI




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League Leaders

Hitting

Batting Average
Jose Iglesias .361 (Roudn Rock)
Stevie JAckson .347 (Jacksonville)
Lee Helmey .339 (Portland V)
Shannon Trest .338 (Richmond)
Chris Young .338 (Durham)
Carlos Delgado .329 (Honolulu)
Todd Helton .322 (Round Rock)
Steven Cawley .321 (Richmond)
Albert Pujols .320 (Toledo)

Hits
Lee Helmey 136 (Portland V)
Stevie Jackson 129 (Jacksonville)
Jeff Kent 124 (San Jose)
Tommy Eagen 123 (Edmonton)
Adam Eaton 123 (Edmonton)
Jaquille Bradely 123 (Miami)
Lorenzo Cain 121 (Portland V)
Todd Helton 119 (Round Rock)
Ender Icairte 119 (New Orleans)

Home Runs
Pat Hayden 29 (Tuscon)
BRyce Harper 28 (Las Vegas)
Adrain Matteo 26 (Charlotte)
Freddie Freeman 25 (Phoenix)
Cameron Nelson 23 (Scranton)
Anthony Rendon 22 (New England)
Talon Bryan 22 (Richmond)
Carlos Beltran 22 (Sacramento)
Ken Grifey Jr 22 (Portland V)

RBIs
Pat Hayden 111 (Tuscon)
Bryce Harper 94 (Las Vegas)
Edwin Encarnacion 92 (Jacksonville)
Ken Griffey Jr 85 (Portland V)
Freddie Freeman 81 (Phoenix)
Ryan Zimmerman 80 (Edmonton)
Bradely Cooper 79 (Honolulu)
Andruw Jones 78 (Denver)
Altair Throne 77 (Tennessee)

Stolen Bases
Lee Helmey 42(Portland V)
Dan Maney 32 (Buffalo)
Carlos Ruiz 27(Omaha)
Tommy Eagan 26 (Edmonton)
Takayuki Hayashi 26 (Tennessee)
Sam Riley 26 (Columbus)
Rafeal Furcal 24 (Colorado Springs)
Eric Kelly 23 (Miami)
Baylor Jackson 23 (Scranton)
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Pitching

ERA
Nathan Russel 1.32 (Montreal)
Tony Flores 1.35 (Miami)
Jesse Meadows 1.58 (Honolulu)
Cliff Harrison 1.92 (Montreal)
Charlie Gordon 1.94 (Denver)
Ty Howard 1.99 (Toledo)
Damion Rayban 2.08 (Portland D)
Cidro Carrera 2.09 (Tuscon)
Deigo De Los Santos 2.40 (Edmonton)

Innings Pitched
Charlie Gordon 148.1 (Denver)
Tony Flores 146.2 (Miami)
Stephen Starsburg 141.1 (Scranton)
Jose Quintana 137.0 (Utah)
Taijaun Walker 135.2 (San Jose)
Shane Hipfl 135.2 (New Orleans)
Tanner Roark 132.2 (Iowa City)
Zach Ulrich 132.1 (Miami)
Issac Myers 132.1 (Omaha)

Wins
Charlie Goerdon 14 (Denver)
Tony Flores 14 (Maimi)
Phil McCollen 13 (Portland D)
Cliff Harrison 13 (Montreal)
Nathan Russell 12 (Montreal)
Danny Duffy 12 (Iowa City)
Luiz Gohara 12 (Omaha)
Jose Quintana 11 (Utah)
Cidro Carrera 11 (Tuscon)

Saves
Alex Ciera 25 (Omaha)
Quinton Palmer 25 (New Orleans)
Billy Wagner 24 (Richmond)
Xaiver Reynolds 23 (Columbus)
Takashi Saito 23 (Montreal)
Quinton Palmer 22 (Portland D)
Gavin Newton 21 (Tennessee)
Pete Lombard 20 (Portland V)
Emmanuel Rodriguez 19 (San Jose)

Strikeouts
Charlie Gordon 184 (Denver)
Tony Flores 181 (Miami)
Shane Hipfl 169 (New Orleans)
Jose Quintana 168 (Utah)
Aaron Harang 152 (Columbus)
Randy Johnson 149 (San Antonio)
Dan Haren 148 (Charlotte)
Orlando Hernadez 144 (Tuscon)
Drew Smyly 143 (San Antonio)

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
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The top tennine in batting average and home runs are completely disjoint sets. That’s odd. No clear cut MVP candidate from the looks of it.

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
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United Baseball League News

8/4/2016

Two More months of regular season baseball to go! The trade deadline ended the 31st of July. The Competition for playoffs spots is slowly beginning to narrow as each game is played. Specially with the Patriot League Central Division being such a toss up.

Players of the Week

Patriot League
Ken Griffey Jr (Portland V)
.481 AVG 4 HR 15 RBI

Bryson Edwards (New England)
1-0 W-L 0.00 ERA 13 K

Freedom League

Willy Taveras (Indianapolis)
.476 AVG 2 HR 9 RBI

Drew Smyly (San Antonio)
1-0 W-L 0.00 ERA 9 K

Current Stadnings

Patriot League

East
Scranton Wildcats 64-45
Montreal Reapers 58-51
Durham Dragons 54-55
Miami Macaws 53-56
Charlotte Warriors 47-62
New England Senators 45-64

Central
Denver Navigators 61-48
Iowa City Broncos 60-49
New Orleans Blue Sox 57-52
Omaha Cougars 55-54
Columbus Falcons 50-59
Round Rock Renegades 45-64

West
Tuscon Dirt Devils 62-47
Honolulu Bluefins 57-52
Portland Venom 57-52
San Jose Knights 52-57

Freedom League

East
Richmond Blue Claws 62-47
Indianapolis Wizards 54-55
Jacksonville Fire Hawks 49-60
Buffalo Bulldogs 45-64

Central
Tennessee Hornets 69-40
Toledo Lions 56-53
San Antonio Samurais 50-59
Colorado Springs Panthers 45-64


West
Portland Demons 63-46
Edmonton Raptors 56-53
Las Vegas Wolfpack 55-54
Utah Chill 55-54
Phoenix Wings 53-56
Sacramento Sharks 46-63


Injury Reports
New England Senators Bill Hill RF Back Pains Day-to-Day
Toledo Lions Tonomori Oikawa SS Torn Muscle Day-to-Day

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
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The top tennine in batting average and home runs are completely disjoint sets. That’s odd. No clear cut MVP candidate from the looks of it.


that is really odd. my money would be on either -

Lee Helmey (1st in hits, 1st in SB, 3rd in AVG)
Pat Hayden (1st in HR, 1st in RBI)
or maybe Bryce Harper (2nd in HR, 2nd in RBI)

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
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8/11/2016

The season is getting closer to the end with a still wide range of possibilities, The Patriot League still has 10 possible teams for the only playoff slots. The Central Division is getting more competitive as Omaha is on the hot streak and inching behind New Orleans and Iowa City. The Montreal Reapers after some smooth trades by GM Demarlo Hale, and stellar play by the team is putting them only four games behiend the Scranton Wildcats who have lead the division all year to this point. The Toledo Lions have slipped out of contention it seems like after having a strong first half, but remember anything can happen.

Players of the Week

Patriot League
Andruw Jones (Denver)
.529 AVG 3 HR 8 RBI

Salvador Perez (San Jose)
.400 AVG 3 HR 8 RBI

Freedom League

Carlos Beltran (Sacramento)
.458 AVG 3 HR 8 RBI

Freddie Freeman (Indianapolis)
.364 AVG 3 HR 11 RBI

Current Stadnings

Patriot League

East
Scranton Wildcats 65-50
Montreal Reapers 61-54
Durham Dragons 58-57
Miami Macaws 55-60
Charlotte Warriors 50-65
New England Senators 46-69

Central
Denver Navigators 64-51
Iowa City Broncos 63-52
New Orleans Blue Sox 62-53
Omaha Cougars 59-56
Columbus Falcons 54-61
Round Rock Renegades 47-68

West
Tuscon Dirt Devils 64-51
Honolulu Bluefins 61-54
Portland Venom 60-55
San Jose Knights 56-59

Freedom League

East
Richmond Blue Claws 67-48
Indianapolis Wizards 57-58
Jacksonville Fire Hawks 52-63
Buffalo Bulldogs 46-69

Central
Tennessee Hornets 72-43
Toledo Lions 59-56
San Antonio Samurais 54-61
Colorado Springs Panthers 49-66


West
Portland Demons 67-48
Edmonton Raptors 59-56
Las Vegas Wolfpack 56-59
Utah Chill 56-59
Phoenix Wings 55-60
Sacramento Sharks 50-65


Injury Reports
New England Senators Bill Hill RF Back Pains Day-to-Day
Toledo Lions Tonomori Oikawa SS Torn Muscle Day-to-Day

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:00 am 
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AgentP wrote:

that is really odd. my money would be on either -

Lee Helmey (1st in hits, 1st in SB, 3rd in AVG)
Pat Hayden (1st in HR, 1st in RBI)
or maybe Bryce Harper (2nd in HR, 2nd in RBI)


Just to give full stat Lines for these guys as of now

Pat Hayden (Tuscon)
AVG .299
H 121
2B 24
3B 2
HR 29 (1st in league)
RBI 111 (1st in league)
R 61
OBP .370
SLG .583 (3rd in League)
SB 9

Bryce Harper (Las Vegas)
AVG .307
H 117
2B 26
3B 4
HR 29 (1st in League)
RBI 100 (2nd In League)
R 69
OBP .416(3rd in League)
SLG .625
SB 15

Lee Helmey (Portland Venom)
AVG .339 (3rd in League)
H 149 (1st in League)
2B 32 (2nd in League)
3B 20 (1st in League)
HR 3
RBI 49
R 85
OBP .401
SLG .523
SB 46 (1st in League)

Honestly The best odd of these three out of my opinion would be Pat Hayden,

If anyone is curious about player stats just ask I know I don't do full reports on every player cause it just be bogged down post and boring.

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 Post subject: Re: The New Era of Baseball: United Baseball League
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no yeah that's totally fair

I think Harper has the best offensive line (.307/.416/.625 is pretty tough to beat), but Helmey's 46 SB may give him the edge. Hayden's having a good year but I think his HR and RBI are outshadowed by the fact that he's beat by the other two in pretty much every other category.

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Id say Harper then Hayden. Hemley isn't close in my opinion. 3 HR's is nowhere close to enough

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Been super busy guys sorry for the lack of updates.

8/18/2016
Midway through August, and not too much of a shake up in the standings, We can easily start X'ing out teams with no contention ability at this point. The Race for wildcard spots are still intense specially with the Patriot League. Most of the PL Central sits around 60 wins with few degrees of separation of each team.


Players of the Week

Patriot League
Brad Hawpe (Round Rock)
.417 AVG 6 HR 15 RBI

Ryan Branes (Portland V)
2-0 W-L 0.53 ERA 11 K

Freedom League

Freddie Freeman (Indianapolis)
.458 AVG 3 HR 7 RBI

Ethan Wheeler (Raptors)
.450 AVG 2 HR 4 RBI

Current Stadnings

Patriot League

East
Scranton Wildcats 71-50
Montreal Reapers 65-56
Durham Dragons 62-59
Miami Macaws 58-63
Charlotte Warriors 51-70
New England Senators 48-73

Central
Denver Navigators 68-53
Iowa City Broncos 65-56
New Orleans Blue Sox 64-57
Omaha Cougars 63-58
Columbus Falcons 56-65
Round Rock Renegades 50-71

West
Tuscon Dirt Devils 66-55
Honolulu Bluefins 65-56
Portland Venom 63-58
San Jose Knights 58-63

Freedom League

East
Richmond Blue Claws 70-51
Indianapolis Wizards 62-59
Jacksonville Fire Hawks 54-67
Buffalo Bulldogs 47-74

Central
Tennessee Hornets 77-44
Toledo Lions 62-59
San Antonio Samurais 59-62
Colorado Springs Panthers 52-69


West
Portland Demons 69-52
Edmonton Raptors 63-58
Utah Chill 60-61
Las Vegas Wolfpack 58-63
Phoenix Wings 56-65
Sacramento Sharks 53-68


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Been super busy guys sorry for the lack of updates.

8/25/2016
August is almost over and the race for the playoffs get tighter, teams like the Tuscon Dirt Devils are losing out on their divisional stake, dropping five along the way to benefit the Honolulu Bluefins as the new division leaders. The Tennessee Hornets are also in rare form the first team to 80 wins and looks like they could push for a 100 if they try.


Players of the Week

Patriot League
Willie Harris (Columbus)
.409 AVG 4 HR 17 RBI

John Lackey (Montreal)
1-0 W-L 0.00 ERA 12 K

Freedom League

Carlos Beltran (Sacramento)
.571 AVG 2 HR 6 RBI

Kris Bryant (Colorado Springs)
.524 AVG 1 HR 7 RBI

Current Stadnings

Patriot League

East
Scranton Wildcats 74-53
Montreal Reapers 68-59
Durham Dragons 66-61
Miami Macaws 61-66
Charlotte Warriors 55-72
New England Senators 50-77

Central
Denver Navigators 72-55
Iowa City Broncos 68-59
New Orleans Blue Sox 67-60
Omaha Cougars 66-61
Columbus Falcons 61-66
Round Rock Renegades 53-74

West
Honolulu Bluefins 69-58
Tuscon Dirt Devils 66-61
Portland Venom 66-61
San Jose Knights 59-68

Freedom League

East
Richmond Blue Claws 75-52
Indianapolis Wizards 63-64
Jacksonville Fire Hawks 59-68
Buffalo Bulldogs 49-78

Central
Tennessee Hornets 83-44
Toledo Lions 65-62
San Antonio Samurais 62-65
Colorado Springs Panthers 55-72

West
Portland Demons 74-53
Edmonton Raptors 63-64
Utah Chill 61-66
Las Vegas Wolfpack 60-67
Phoenix Wings 59-68
Sacramento Sharks 56-71


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montreal :eyes:

hell, indianapolis has a shot at the playoffs too :eyes:

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