24.2 Nominations are Open!

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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostMon Jun 10, 2024 10:02 pm

11 wrote:Josh Gibson '43 NeL season; 302 PAs, .466 ba, .560 obp, .867 slg, 1.427 ops.


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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostMon Jun 10, 2024 10:07 pm

Please note our usage parameters for nominations -
Minimums:
300 PA Hitters
100 IP Starters (S or S/R)
50 IP Relievers

AL/NL cards from 1876-2022 are eligible.

Our 24.2 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 39 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 25 will be added
4. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 24.3

Please submit nominations in a 'Year Player Team Position Comments' format.

To be included in the 24.2 poll:
1968 Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox LF 32
1937 Lou Gehrig NYY 1B 30
1958 Harry Anderson Phi LF/1b 29
1975 Doug Rau LAD SP 29
1938 Ival Goodman Reds RF 29
1981 Carney Lansford BOS 3B 27
2012 Darwin Barney Cubs 2b 27
1984 Chili Davis Giants CF/RF 26
1987 Matt Nokes DET C 26
1993 Tim Raines White Sox 26
1971 Al Downing LA SP 26

1. 1993 Jim Leyritz NYY c-1b-lf-rf very playable 3R reverse-righty card with excellent power and OBP. Had an 11-year career, 2 WS championships, with NO CARD in the set.
2. 1998 John Olerud 1b - hit .354 the best individual batting season by a Mets player ever. Slashed .354/.447/.551 to go with 36 doubles and 22 home runs.
3. 2013 Yan Gomes CLE c RH-3L - .294/.345/.481, 131 ops+, 4.2 WAR, -3 arm, first Brazilian MLB player, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91580/2013/1/2013
4. 1912 Larry Doyle 2B MVP award winner. .330/.393/.471. Career high in average and on base. Top season in RBIs. 36 steals only 20Ks
5. 1986 Kirby Puckett CF MIN - .328 .360 .537 31 HR. 1e6-4 in CF. 1-17 runner. 2nd best card, and possibly best OVERALL card (average w/power).
6. 1976 - Mickey Rivers: NYY - CF All Star / 312 AVE, 327 OB, 432 SLG, 43 SB, 31 2B, 8 3B, 8 HR, Finished 3rd in MVP.
7. 1945 Bill Salkeld PITT Left hand catcher C3(-1)8 2R 967 OPS 8 bphr vs l and r
8. 1972 Carlos May CWS LF 308 AVG 405 OBP 843 OPS should be upgrade to 1970 card
9. 1987 Juan Samuel PHI 2B slashed 272/335/502. Led league in triples and hit 28 home runs. One of his better-fielding years. Bulletproof. He was such a great player in the 80s and deserves an upgrade from the 85 card.
10. 1983 Gary Redus CIN OF Just under .800 OPS (.793). Speed, Walks, and some pop. Don Buford type, with much better speed. Should be somewhat inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/839946/1680/1/80
11. 1921 Walton Cruise Boston Braves OF / Bats - L - .346 avg / .429 OBP. Played 10 seasons - No Card
12. 1951 Roy Campanella, Dodgers C 1(-4)e4, Bats R 6L .325 33 108 .393 .590 .983. His breakout season. Career high in BA, H, DO, OPS+ (159). 2nd career bests in games, R, HR, RBI, SLG, TB, OPS. Batted .375 vs. LHPs and .307 vs. RHPs. Won the first of his 3 MVPs.
13. 1975 Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburgh Pirates C Bats R -- .328 BA, .391 OBP, .451 SA. Arguably his best season, 136 OPS+, All Star. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740560/1670/1/70
14. 1969 Claude Osteen, LA Dodgers LHSP - 20 wins, 2.66 ERA, 1.14 WHIP. First 20 win season, career highs with 321 IP, 183 K 16 CG, & 7 shutouts. Only 17 HR allowed. Improvement on current 1965 and 1968 cards.
15. 1965 Ernie Banks - He played most of his career at 1B, not SS (or 3B), yet we do not have a 1B card for him.
16. 1973 Ted Simmons, Cardinals, 690 PA (in game or no injury), .310 ave, .370 OBP
17. 2022 Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves. RH starter (S6) or reliever (R4). 2.67 ERA, 1.00 WHIP. 202 K / ~1.5 K/inning. Second in rookie of the year voting. A salmon eating vegan being nominated by an overweight brownie loving vegetarian. Perfect! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/95685/2022/1/2022
18. 1943 Stan Musial, St L Cardinals, OF, .357 ave, .988 OPS, sb bullet-proof, MVP, Stan the Man, Baseball's Perfect Knight
19. 1967 Tony Gonzales, long time OF for the Phil's. We have 2 cards, not his best. This year he slashed .360/.421/.520 vs. righthanded pitching (still a platoon player). His defense should be fine in LF and he finished 23rd in MVP balloting
20. 2011 Ricky Romero P Tor - 2.92 era 1.14 Whip. Toronto needs Left Handed starting pitching. 2011 was an all-star season for Romero before his career completely fell apart. a 7R split would be a welcome addition to the Blue Jays squad. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91088/2011/1/2011
21. 1979 Otto Velez LF/RF/1B - TOR - .288/.396/.529. No card. Is a 5R doubles machine. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/742403/1670/1/70
22. 1950 Walt Dropo, Red Sox, 1B Bats R .322 34 144 .378 .583 .961. Led AL in RBI, TB. RoY. Career highs in H, R, TR, HR, BA, RBI, BB, OBP, SLG, TB, OPS, OPS+. 2nd career high in DO.
23. 1994 Mike Kingery Colorado Rockies. No card .349 Average, .402 On Base, .532 Slugging Left Field 2 LH 5R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/36421/1690/1/90
24. 1916 Lefty Tyler Boston Braves LSP 17-9 2.02 ERA 1.03 WHIP 58 BB 117 SO
25. 2021 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves: No Card. 3B-3e15 Slashline - .303/.367/.531 https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94719/2021/1/2021
26. 1953 Robin Roberts Phillies throws- R Bal- 5R End- S9/R3 Led League with 23 Wins and 198 Strikeouts
27. 1887 Sam Wise, BSB. BAL-E, SS-2e72*, 2b-3e71, RF-3(-1)e25, 15 Game INJ Risk, Steal: *3-5/-(16-12), Runs 1-13 Hit .334 and OBP .390 27 doubles 17 Triples- Hopefully Strat will do something with the errors bc this could be a very usable card (nice left-handed bat at SS; he should be close to a 2e36)
28. 1971 Joe Coleman. Detroit. ERA 3.15, gave up only 17 home runs in 286 innings. His whip was 1.17. This card would be an improvement over his only current card of 1973. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/32232/1971/4/1971
29. 2003 Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs s/b a 3day rest starter we would only need Matt Clement for 'Fever Pitch' Cubs rotation. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90787/1700/1/120
30. 1925 Ty Cobb. from 1918-1931 Babe Ruth led MLB in OPS and about every other offensive category except 1925. Cobb led the league in OPS and OPS+. also had 102 RBI's in only 492 AB's. be a different type card for Cobb and should be lower priced because of injury risk
31. 1964 Hal Woodeshick Houston LHRP 3 innings lefty reliever 6L (-4 hold ) 2.76 with 23 saves , very clean card. https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1660/1/60
32. 2013 Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, RF 2(-5)e9, LF 3e9 IL .319 19 42 .391 .534 .925. Career highs in BA, OBP, SLG, OPS &
OPS+. This card is far better than Puig’s only other card. http://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91812/2013/1/20714
33. 1997 Billy Taylor Oakland 90's closer for Oakland, no card. 9R
34. 2021 Walker Buehler Dodgers RHP, Starter - 16-4, 2.47 ERA (ERA + 177), 212 Ks in 207.2 IP
35. 1994 Hal Morris Cincinnati Reds. 18 possible ways to get on against right handed pitching, good platoon hitter or pinch hitter.
https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1690/1/90
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jun 11, 2024 4:45 pm

1935 Augie Galan CHI Cubs LF .314 .399 OB Pct .467 Slug. League leading 748 PA with 0 GDP's. led NL in SB(22) and 133 runs. Would be a great top of the order guy.
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jun 11, 2024 8:16 pm

Please note our usage parameters for nominations -
Minimums:
300 PA Hitters
100 IP Starters (S or S/R)
50 IP Relievers

AL/NL cards from 1876-2022 are eligible.

Our 24.2 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 39 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 25 will be added
4. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 24.3

Please submit nominations in a 'Year Player Team Position Comments' format.

To be included in the 24.2 poll:
1968 Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox LF 32
1937 Lou Gehrig NYY 1B 30
1958 Harry Anderson Phi LF/1b 29
1975 Doug Rau LAD SP 29
1938 Ival Goodman Reds RF 29
1981 Carney Lansford BOS 3B 27
2012 Darwin Barney Cubs 2b 27
1984 Chili Davis Giants CF/RF 26
1987 Matt Nokes DET C 26
1993 Tim Raines White Sox 26
1971 Al Downing LA SP 26

1. 1993 Jim Leyritz NYY c-1b-lf-rf very playable 3R reverse-righty card with excellent power and OBP. Had an 11-year career, 2 WS championships, with NO CARD in the set.
2. 1998 John Olerud 1b - hit .354 the best individual batting season by a Mets player ever. Slashed .354/.447/.551 to go with 36 doubles and 22 home runs.
3. 2013 Yan Gomes CLE c RH-3L - .294/.345/.481, 131 ops+, 4.2 WAR, -3 arm, first Brazilian MLB player, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91580/2013/1/2013
4. 1912 Larry Doyle 2B MVP award winner. .330/.393/.471. Career high in average and on base. Top season in RBIs. 36 steals only 20Ks
5. 1986 Kirby Puckett CF MIN - .328 .360 .537 31 HR. 1e6-4 in CF. 1-17 runner. 2nd best card, and possibly best OVERALL card (average w/power).
6. 1976 - Mickey Rivers: NYY - CF All Star / 312 AVE, 327 OB, 432 SLG, 43 SB, 31 2B, 8 3B, 8 HR, Finished 3rd in MVP.
7. 1945 Bill Salkeld PITT Left hand catcher C3(-1)8 2R 967 OPS 8 bphr vs l and r
8. 1972 Carlos May CWS LF 308 AVG 405 OBP 843 OPS should be upgrade to 1970 card
9. 1987 Juan Samuel PHI 2B slashed 272/335/502. Led league in triples and hit 28 home runs. One of his better-fielding years. Bulletproof. He was such a great player in the 80s and deserves an upgrade from the 85 card.
10. 1983 Gary Redus CIN OF Just under .800 OPS (.793). Speed, Walks, and some pop. Don Buford type, with much better speed. Should be somewhat inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/839946/1680/1/80
11. 1921 Walton Cruise Boston Braves OF / Bats - L - .346 avg / .429 OBP. Played 10 seasons - No Card
12. 1951 Roy Campanella, Dodgers C 1(-4)e4, Bats R 6L .325 33 108 .393 .590 .983. His breakout season. Career high in BA, H, DO, OPS+ (159). 2nd career bests in games, R, HR, RBI, SLG, TB, OPS. Batted .375 vs. LHPs and .307 vs. RHPs. Won the first of his 3 MVPs.
13. 1975 Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburgh Pirates C Bats R -- .328 BA, .391 OBP, .451 SA. Arguably his best season, 136 OPS+, All Star. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740560/1670/1/70
14. 1969 Claude Osteen, LA Dodgers LHSP - 20 wins, 2.66 ERA, 1.14 WHIP. First 20 win season, career highs with 321 IP, 183 K 16 CG, & 7 shutouts. Only 17 HR allowed. Improvement on current 1965 and 1968 cards.
15. 1965 Ernie Banks - He played most of his career at 1B, not SS (or 3B), yet we do not have a 1B card for him.
16. 1973 Ted Simmons, Cardinals, 690 PA (in game or no injury), .310 ave, .370 OBP
17. 2022 Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves. RH starter (S6) or reliever (R4). 2.67 ERA, 1.00 WHIP. 202 K / ~1.5 K/inning. Second in rookie of the year voting. A salmon eating vegan being nominated by an overweight brownie loving vegetarian. Perfect! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/95685/2022/1/2022
18. 1943 Stan Musial, St L Cardinals, OF, .357 ave, .988 OPS, sb bullet-proof, MVP, Stan the Man, Baseball's Perfect Knight
19. 1967 Tony Gonzales, long time OF for the Phil's. We have 2 cards, not his best. This year he slashed .360/.421/.520 vs. righthanded pitching (still a platoon player). His defense should be fine in LF and he finished 23rd in MVP balloting
20. 2011 Ricky Romero P Tor - 2.92 era 1.14 Whip. Toronto needs Left Handed starting pitching. 2011 was an all-star season for Romero before his career completely fell apart. a 7R split would be a welcome addition to the Blue Jays squad. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91088/2011/1/2011
21. 1979 Otto Velez LF/RF/1B - TOR - .288/.396/.529. No card. Is a 5R doubles machine. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/742403/1670/1/70
22. 1950 Walt Dropo, Red Sox, 1B Bats R .322 34 144 .378 .583 .961. Led AL in RBI, TB. RoY. Career highs in H, R, TR, HR, BA, RBI, BB, OBP, SLG, TB, OPS, OPS+. 2nd career high in DO.
23. 1994 Mike Kingery Colorado Rockies. No card .349 Average, .402 On Base, .532 Slugging Left Field 2 LH 5R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/36421/1690/1/90
24. 1916 Lefty Tyler Boston Braves LSP 17-9 2.02 ERA 1.03 WHIP 58 BB 117 SO
25. 2021 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves: No Card. 3B-3e15 Slashline - .303/.367/.531 https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94719/2021/1/2021
26. 1953 Robin Roberts Phillies throws- R Bal- 5R End- S9/R3 Led League with 23 Wins and 198 Strikeouts
27. 1887 Sam Wise, BSB. BAL-E, SS-2e72*, 2b-3e71, RF-3(-1)e25, 15 Game INJ Risk, Steal: *3-5/-(16-12), Runs 1-13 Hit .334 and OBP .390 27 doubles 17 Triples- Hopefully Strat will do something with the errors bc this could be a very usable card (nice left-handed bat at SS; he should be close to a 2e36)
28. 1971 Joe Coleman. Detroit. ERA 3.15, gave up only 17 home runs in 286 innings. His whip was 1.17. This card would be an improvement over his only current card of 1973. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/32232/1971/4/1971
29. 2003 Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs s/b a 3day rest starter we would only need Matt Clement for 'Fever Pitch' Cubs rotation. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90787/1700/1/120
30. 1925 Ty Cobb. from 1918-1931 Babe Ruth led MLB in OPS and about every other offensive category except 1925. Cobb led the league in OPS and OPS+. also had 102 RBI's in only 492 AB's. be a different type card for Cobb and should be lower priced because of injury risk
31. 1964 Hal Woodeshick Houston LHRP 3 innings lefty reliever 6L (-4 hold ) 2.76 with 23 saves , very clean card. https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1660/1/60
32. 2013 Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, RF 2(-5)e9, LF 3e9 IL .319 19 42 .391 .534 .925. Career highs in BA, OBP, SLG, OPS &
OPS+. This card is far better than Puig’s only other card. http://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91812/2013/1/20714
33. 1997 Billy Taylor Oakland 90's closer for Oakland, no card. 9R
34. 2021 Walker Buehler Dodgers RHP, Starter - 16-4, 2.47 ERA (ERA + 177), 212 Ks in 207.2 IP
35. 1994 Hal Morris Cincinnati Reds. 18 possible ways to get on against right handed pitching, good platoon hitter or pinch hitter.
https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1690/1/90
36. 1935 Augie Galan CHI Cubs LF .314 .399 OB Pct .467 Slug. League leading 748 PA with 0 GDP's. led NL in SB(22) and 133 runs. Would be a great top of the order guy.
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jun 12, 2024 5:01 pm

Jimmie Foxx '35. Catcher eligible. He played 212 inn. at catcher and had much better defensive results than his '40 catcher eligible yr. 1 PB, 3WR, 10SB, 8CSB. .346 ba, .461 obp, .636 slg, 1.096 ops.
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jun 12, 2024 6:03 pm

Foxx is catcher eligible in 35, but he's a 4(+5). Also 1b3e4 and 3b425
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jun 12, 2024 7:34 pm

Please note our usage parameters for nominations -
Minimums:
300 PA Hitters
100 IP Starters (S or S/R)
50 IP Relievers

AL/NL cards from 1876-2022 are eligible.

Our 24.2 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 39 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 25 will be added
4. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 24.3

Please submit nominations in a 'Year Player Team Position Comments' format.

To be included in the 24.2 poll:
1968 Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox LF 32
1937 Lou Gehrig NYY 1B 30
1958 Harry Anderson Phi LF/1b 29
1975 Doug Rau LAD SP 29
1938 Ival Goodman Reds RF 29
1981 Carney Lansford BOS 3B 27
2012 Darwin Barney Cubs 2b 27
1984 Chili Davis Giants CF/RF 26
1987 Matt Nokes DET C 26
1993 Tim Raines White Sox 26
1971 Al Downing LA SP 26

1. 1993 Jim Leyritz NYY c-1b-lf-rf very playable 3R reverse-righty card with excellent power and OBP. Had an 11-year career, 2 WS championships, with NO CARD in the set.
2. 1998 John Olerud 1b - hit .354 the best individual batting season by a Mets player ever. Slashed .354/.447/.551 to go with 36 doubles and 22 home runs.
3. 2013 Yan Gomes CLE c RH-3L - .294/.345/.481, 131 ops+, 4.2 WAR, -3 arm, first Brazilian MLB player, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91580/2013/1/2013
4. 1912 Larry Doyle 2B MVP award winner. .330/.393/.471. Career high in average and on base. Top season in RBIs. 36 steals only 20Ks
5. 1986 Kirby Puckett CF MIN - .328 .360 .537 31 HR. 1e6-4 in CF. 1-17 runner. 2nd best card, and possibly best OVERALL card (average w/power).
6. 1976 - Mickey Rivers: NYY - CF All Star / 312 AVE, 327 OB, 432 SLG, 43 SB, 31 2B, 8 3B, 8 HR, Finished 3rd in MVP.
7. 1945 Bill Salkeld PITT Left hand catcher C3(-1)8 2R 967 OPS 8 bphr vs l and r
8. 1972 Carlos May CWS LF 308 AVG 405 OBP 843 OPS should be upgrade to 1970 card
9. 1987 Juan Samuel PHI 2B slashed 272/335/502. Led league in triples and hit 28 home runs. One of his better-fielding years. Bulletproof. He was such a great player in the 80s and deserves an upgrade from the 85 card.
10. 1983 Gary Redus CIN OF Just under .800 OPS (.793). Speed, Walks, and some pop. Don Buford type, with much better speed. Should be somewhat inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/839946/1680/1/80
11. 1921 Walton Cruise Boston Braves OF / Bats - L - .346 avg / .429 OBP. Played 10 seasons - No Card
12. 1951 Roy Campanella, Dodgers C 1(-4)e4, Bats R 6L .325 33 108 .393 .590 .983. His breakout season. Career high in BA, H, DO, OPS+ (159). 2nd career bests in games, R, HR, RBI, SLG, TB, OPS. Batted .375 vs. LHPs and .307 vs. RHPs. Won the first of his 3 MVPs.
13. 1975 Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburgh Pirates C Bats R -- .328 BA, .391 OBP, .451 SA. Arguably his best season, 136 OPS+, All Star. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740560/1670/1/70
14. 1969 Claude Osteen, LA Dodgers LHSP - 20 wins, 2.66 ERA, 1.14 WHIP. First 20 win season, career highs with 321 IP, 183 K 16 CG, & 7 shutouts. Only 17 HR allowed. Improvement on current 1965 and 1968 cards.
15. 1965 Ernie Banks - He played most of his career at 1B, not SS (or 3B), yet we do not have a 1B card for him.
16. 1973 Ted Simmons, Cardinals, 690 PA (in game or no injury), .310 ave, .370 OBP
17. 2022 Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves. RH starter (S6) or reliever (R4). 2.67 ERA, 1.00 WHIP. 202 K / ~1.5 K/inning. Second in rookie of the year voting. A salmon eating vegan being nominated by an overweight brownie loving vegetarian. Perfect! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/95685/2022/1/2022
18. 1943 Stan Musial, St L Cardinals, OF, .357 ave, .988 OPS, sb bullet-proof, MVP, Stan the Man, Baseball's Perfect Knight
19. 1967 Tony Gonzales, long time OF for the Phil's. We have 2 cards, not his best. This year he slashed .360/.421/.520 vs. righthanded pitching (still a platoon player). His defense should be fine in LF and he finished 23rd in MVP balloting
20. 2011 Ricky Romero P Tor - 2.92 era 1.14 Whip. Toronto needs Left Handed starting pitching. 2011 was an all-star season for Romero before his career completely fell apart. a 7R split would be a welcome addition to the Blue Jays squad. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91088/2011/1/2011
21. 1979 Otto Velez LF/RF/1B - TOR - .288/.396/.529. No card. Is a 5R doubles machine. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/742403/1670/1/70
22. 1950 Walt Dropo, Red Sox, 1B Bats R .322 34 144 .378 .583 .961. Led AL in RBI, TB. RoY. Career highs in H, R, TR, HR, BA, RBI, BB, OBP, SLG, TB, OPS, OPS+. 2nd career high in DO.
23. 1994 Mike Kingery Colorado Rockies. No card .349 Average, .402 On Base, .532 Slugging Left Field 2 LH 5R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/36421/1690/1/90
24. 1916 Lefty Tyler Boston Braves LSP 17-9 2.02 ERA 1.03 WHIP 58 BB 117 SO
25. 2021 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves: No Card. 3B-3e15 Slashline - .303/.367/.531 https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94719/2021/1/2021
26. 1953 Robin Roberts Phillies throws- R Bal- 5R End- S9/R3 Led League with 23 Wins and 198 Strikeouts
27. 1887 Sam Wise, BSB. BAL-E, SS-2e72*, 2b-3e71, RF-3(-1)e25, 15 Game INJ Risk, Steal: *3-5/-(16-12), Runs 1-13 Hit .334 and OBP .390 27 doubles 17 Triples- Hopefully Strat will do something with the errors bc this could be a very usable card (nice left-handed bat at SS; he should be close to a 2e36)
28. 1971 Joe Coleman. Detroit. ERA 3.15, gave up only 17 home runs in 286 innings. His whip was 1.17. This card would be an improvement over his only current card of 1973. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/32232/1971/4/1971
29. 2003 Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs s/b a 3day rest starter we would only need Matt Clement for 'Fever Pitch' Cubs rotation. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90787/1700/1/120
30. 1925 Ty Cobb. from 1918-1931 Babe Ruth led MLB in OPS and about every other offensive category except 1925. Cobb led the league in OPS and OPS+. also had 102 RBI's in only 492 AB's. be a different type card for Cobb and should be lower priced because of injury risk
31. 1964 Hal Woodeshick Houston LHRP 3 innings lefty reliever 6L (-4 hold ) 2.76 with 23 saves , very clean card. https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1660/1/60
32. 2013 Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, RF 2(-5)e9, LF 3e9 IL .319 19 42 .391 .534 .925. Career highs in BA, OBP, SLG, OPS &
OPS+. This card is far better than Puig’s only other card. http://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91812/2013/1/20714
33. 1997 Billy Taylor Oakland 90's closer for Oakland, no card. 9R
34. 2021 Walker Buehler Dodgers RHP, Starter - 16-4, 2.47 ERA (ERA + 177), 212 Ks in 207.2 IP
35. 1994 Hal Morris Cincinnati Reds. 18 possible ways to get on against right handed pitching, good platoon hitter or pinch hitter.
https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1690/1/90
36. 1935 Augie Galan CHI Cubs LF .314 .399 OB Pct .467 Slug. League leading 748 PA with 0 GDP's. led NL in SB(22) and 133 runs. Would be a great top of the order guy.
37. 1935 Jimmie Foxx Catcher eligible. He played 212 inn. at catcher and had much better defensive results than his '40 catcher eligible yr. 1 PB, 3WR, 10SB, 8CSB. .346 ba, .461 obp, .636 slg, 1.096 ops.
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jun 12, 2024 10:18 pm

lease note our usage parameters for nominations -
Minimums:
300 PA Hitters
100 IP Starters (S or S/R)
50 IP Relievers

AL/NL cards from 1876-2022 are eligible.

Our 24.2 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 39 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 25 will be added
4. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 24.3

Please submit nominations in a 'Year Player Team Position Comments' format.

To be included in the 24.2 poll:
1968 Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox LF 32
1937 Lou Gehrig NYY 1B 30
1958 Harry Anderson Phi LF/1b 29
1975 Doug Rau LAD SP 29
1938 Ival Goodman Reds RF 29
1981 Carney Lansford BOS 3B 27
2012 Darwin Barney Cubs 2b 27
1984 Chili Davis Giants CF/RF 26
1987 Matt Nokes DET C 26
1993 Tim Raines White Sox 26
1971 Al Downing LA SP 26

1. 1993 Jim Leyritz NYY c-1b-lf-rf very playable 3R reverse-righty card with excellent power and OBP. Had an 11-year career, 2 WS championships, with NO CARD in the set.
2. 1998 John Olerud 1b - hit .354 the best individual batting season by a Mets player ever. Slashed .354/.447/.551 to go with 36 doubles and 22 home runs.
3. 2013 Yan Gomes CLE c RH-3L - .294/.345/.481, 131 ops+, 4.2 WAR, -3 arm, first Brazilian MLB player, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91580/2013/1/2013
4. 1912 Larry Doyle 2B MVP award winner. .330/.393/.471. Career high in average and on base. Top season in RBIs. 36 steals only 20Ks
5. 1986 Kirby Puckett CF MIN - .328 .360 .537 31 HR. 1e6-4 in CF. 1-17 runner. 2nd best card, and possibly best OVERALL card (average w/power).
6. 1976 - Mickey Rivers: NYY - CF All Star / 312 AVE, 327 OB, 432 SLG, 43 SB, 31 2B, 8 3B, 8 HR, Finished 3rd in MVP.
7. 1945 Bill Salkeld PITT Left hand catcher C3(-1)8 2R 967 OPS 8 bphr vs l and r
8. 1972 Carlos May CWS LF 308 AVG 405 OBP 843 OPS should be upgrade to 1970 card
9. 1987 Juan Samuel PHI 2B slashed 272/335/502. Led league in triples and hit 28 home runs. One of his better-fielding years. Bulletproof. He was such a great player in the 80s and deserves an upgrade from the 85 card.
10. 1983 Gary Redus CIN OF Just under .800 OPS (.793). Speed, Walks, and some pop. Don Buford type, with much better speed. Should be somewhat inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/839946/1680/1/80
11. 1921 Walton Cruise Boston Braves OF / Bats - L - .346 avg / .429 OBP. Played 10 seasons - No Card
12. 1951 Roy Campanella, Dodgers C 1(-4)e4, Bats R 6L .325 33 108 .393 .590 .983. His breakout season. Career high in BA, H, DO, OPS+ (159). 2nd career bests in games, R, HR, RBI, SLG, TB, OPS. Batted .375 vs. LHPs and .307 vs. RHPs. Won the first of his 3 MVPs.
13. 1975 Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburgh Pirates C Bats R -- .328 BA, .391 OBP, .451 SA. Arguably his best season, 136 OPS+, All Star. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740560/1670/1/70
14. 1969 Claude Osteen, LA Dodgers LHSP - 20 wins, 2.66 ERA, 1.14 WHIP. First 20 win season, career highs with 321 IP, 183 K 16 CG, & 7 shutouts. Only 17 HR allowed. Improvement on current 1965 and 1968 cards.
15. 1965 Ernie Banks - He played most of his career at 1B, not SS (or 3B), yet we do not have a 1B card for him.
16. 1973 Ted Simmons, Cardinals, 690 PA (in game or no injury), .310 ave, .370 OBP
17. 2022 Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves. RH starter (S6) or reliever (R4). 2.67 ERA, 1.00 WHIP. 202 K / ~1.5 K/inning. Second in rookie of the year voting. A salmon eating vegan being nominated by an overweight brownie loving vegetarian. Perfect! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/95685/2022/1/2022
18. 1943 Stan Musial, St L Cardinals, OF, .357 ave, .988 OPS, sb bullet-proof, MVP, Stan the Man, Baseball's Perfect Knight
19. 1967 Tony Gonzales, long time OF for the Phil's. We have 2 cards, not his best. This year he slashed .360/.421/.520 vs. righthanded pitching (still a platoon player). His defense should be fine in LF and he finished 23rd in MVP balloting
20. 2011 Ricky Romero P Tor - 2.92 era 1.14 Whip. Toronto needs Left Handed starting pitching. 2011 was an all-star season for Romero before his career completely fell apart. a 7R split would be a welcome addition to the Blue Jays squad. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91088/2011/1/2011
21. 1979 Otto Velez LF/RF/1B - TOR - .288/.396/.529. No card. Is a 5R doubles machine. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/742403/1670/1/70
22. 1950 Walt Dropo, Red Sox, 1B Bats R .322 34 144 .378 .583 .961. Led AL in RBI, TB. RoY. Career highs in H, R, TR, HR, BA, RBI, BB, OBP, SLG, TB, OPS, OPS+. 2nd career high in DO.
23. 1994 Mike Kingery Colorado Rockies. No card .349 Average, .402 On Base, .532 Slugging Left Field 2 LH 5R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/36421/1690/1/90
24. 1916 Lefty Tyler Boston Braves LSP 17-9 2.02 ERA 1.03 WHIP 58 BB 117 SO
25. 2021 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves: No Card. 3B-3e15 Slashline - .303/.367/.531 https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94719/2021/1/2021
26. 1953 Robin Roberts Phillies throws- R Bal- 5R End- S9/R3 Led League with 23 Wins and 198 Strikeouts
27. 1887 Sam Wise, BSB. BAL-E, SS-2e72*, 2b-3e71, RF-3(-1)e25, 15 Game INJ Risk, Steal: *3-5/-(16-12), Runs 1-13 Hit .334 and OBP .390 27 doubles 17 Triples- Hopefully Strat will do something with the errors bc this could be a very usable card (nice left-handed bat at SS; he should be close to a 2e36)
28. 1971 Joe Coleman. Detroit. ERA 3.15, gave up only 17 home runs in 286 innings. His whip was 1.17. This card would be an improvement over his only current card of 1973. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/32232/1971/4/1971
29. 2003 Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs s/b a 3day rest starter we would only need Matt Clement for 'Fever Pitch' Cubs rotation. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90787/1700/1/120
30. 1925 Ty Cobb. from 1918-1931 Babe Ruth led MLB in OPS and about every other offensive category except 1925. Cobb led the league in OPS and OPS+. also had 102 RBI's in only 492 AB's. be a different type card for Cobb and should be lower priced because of injury risk
31. 1964 Hal Woodeshick Houston LHRP 3 innings lefty reliever 6L (-4 hold ) 2.76 with 23 saves , very clean card. https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1660/1/60
32. 2013 Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, RF 2(-5)e9, LF 3e9 IL .319 19 42 .391 .534 .925. Career highs in BA, OBP, SLG, OPS &
OPS+. This card is far better than Puig’s only other card. http://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91812/2013/1/20714
33. 1997 Billy Taylor Oakland 90's closer for Oakland, no card. 9R
34. 2021 Walker Buehler Dodgers RHP, Starter - 16-4, 2.47 ERA (ERA + 177), 212 Ks in 207.2 IP
35. 1994 Hal Morris Cincinnati Reds. 18 possible ways to get on against right handed pitching, good platoon hitter or pinch hitter.
https://onlinegames.strat-o-matic.com/p ... /1690/1/90
36. 1935 Augie Galan CHI Cubs LF .314 .399 OB Pct .467 Slug. League leading 748 PA with 0 GDP's. led NL in SB(22) and 133 runs. Would be a great top of the order guy.
37. 1935 Jimmie Foxx Catcher eligible. He played 212 inn. at catcher and had much better defensive results than his '40 catcher eligible yr. 1 PB, 3WR, 10SB, 8CSB. .346 ba, .461 obp, .636 slg, 1.096 ops.
38. 1996 Matt Mieske MIL Brewers RF/LF/CF, 400 PA. Strong 8L platoon hitter vs LHP. 1.041 OPS vs LHP in MLB. Likely to be inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3057/1690/1/90. Mieske is an 8 year vet with no card.
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Open!

PostThu Jun 13, 2024 9:37 am

1999 Carlos Delgado Toronto 2L 948 Onbase plus slugging. Current is 4R
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Re: 24.2 Nominations are Closed!

PostThu Jun 13, 2024 10:34 am

Please note our usage parameters for nominations -
Minimums:
300 PA Hitters
100 IP Starters (S or S/R)
50 IP Relievers

AL/NL cards from 1876-2022 are eligible.

Our 24.2 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 39 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 25 will be added
4. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 24.3

Please submit nominations in a 'Year Player Team Position Comments' format.

To be included in the 24.2 poll:
1968 Carl Yastrzemski Red Sox LF 32
1937 Lou Gehrig NYY 1B 30
1958 Harry Anderson Phi LF/1b 29
1975 Doug Rau LAD SP 29
1938 Ival Goodman Reds RF 29
1981 Carney Lansford BOS 3B 27
2012 Darwin Barney Cubs 2b 27
1984 Chili Davis Giants CF/RF 26
1987 Matt Nokes DET C 26
1993 Tim Raines White Sox 26
1971 Al Downing LA SP 26

1. 1993 Jim Leyritz NYY c-1b-lf-rf very playable 3R reverse-righty card with excellent power and OBP. Had an 11-year career, 2 WS championships, with NO CARD in the set.
2. 1998 John Olerud 1b - hit .354 the best individual batting season by a Mets player ever. Slashed .354/.447/.551 to go with 36 doubles and 22 home runs.
3. 2013 Yan Gomes CLE c RH-3L - .294/.345/.481, 131 ops+, 4.2 WAR, -3 arm, first Brazilian MLB player, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91580/2013/1/2013
4. 1912 Larry Doyle 2B MVP award winner. .330/.393/.471. Career high in average and on base. Top season in RBIs. 36 steals only 20Ks
5. 1986 Kirby Puckett CF MIN - .328 .360 .537 31 HR. 1e6-4 in CF. 1-17 runner. 2nd best card, and possibly best OVERALL card (average w/power). https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/39763/1986/1/101
6. 1976 - Mickey Rivers: NYY - CF All Star / 312 AVE, 327 OB, 432 SLG, 43 SB, 31 2B, 8 3B, 8 HR, Finished 3rd in MVP.
7. 1945 Bill Salkeld PITT Left hand catcher C3(-1)8 2R 967 OPS 8 bphr vs l and r
8. 1972 Carlos May CWS LF 308 AVG 405 OBP 843 OPS would be a nice upgrade to 1970 card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/737680/1670/1/70
9. 1987 Juan Samuel PHI 2B slashed 272/335/502. Led league in triples and hit 28 home runs. One of his better-fielding years. Bulletproof. He was such a great player in the 80s and deserves an upgrade from the 85 card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/802970/1680/1/80
10. 1983 Gary Redus CIN OF Just under .800 OPS (.793). Speed, Walks, and some pop. Don Buford type, with much better speed. Should be somewhat inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/839946/1680/1/80
11. 1921 Walton Cruise Boston Braves OF / Bats - L - .346 avg / .429 OBP. Played 10 seasons - No Card
12. 1951 Roy Campanella, Dodgers C 1(-4)e4, Bats R 6L .325 33 108 .393 .590 .983. His breakout season. Career high in BA, H, DO, OPS+ (159). 2nd career bests in games, R, HR, RBI, SLG, TB, OPS. Batted .375 vs. LHPs and .307 vs. RHPs. Won the first of his 3 MVPs.
13. 1975 Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburgh Pirates C Bats R -- .328 BA, .391 OBP, .451 SA. Arguably his best season, 136 OPS+, All Star. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740560/1670/1/70
14. 1969 Claude Osteen, LA Dodgers LHSP - 20 wins, 2.66 ERA, 1.14 WHIP. First 20 win season, career highs with 321 IP, 183 K 16 CG, & 7 shutouts. Only 17 HR allowed. Improvement on current 1965 and 1968 cards. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/39146/1660/1/60
15. 1965 Ernie Banks - He played most of his career at 1B, not SS (or 3B), yet we do not have a 1B card for him. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/30476/1660/1/60
16. 1973 Ted Simmons, Cardinals, 690 PA (in game or no injury), .310 ave, .370 OBP
17. 2022 Spencer Strider, Atlanta Braves. RH starter (S6) or reliever (R4). 2.67 ERA, 1.00 WHIP. 202 K / ~1.5 K/inning. Second in rookie of the year voting. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/95685/2022/1/2022
18. 1943 Stan Musial, St L Cardinals, OF, .357 ave, .988 OPS, sb bullet-proof, MVP, Stan the Man, Baseball's Perfect Knight
19. 1967 Tony Gonzales, long time OF for the Phil's. We have 2 cards, not his best. This year he slashed .360/.421/.520 vs. righthanded pitching (still a platoon player). His defense should be fine in LF and he finished 23rd in MVP balloting
20. 2011 Ricky Romero P Tor - 2.92 era 1.14 Whip. Toronto needs Left Handed starting pitching. 2011 was an all-star season for Romero before his career completely fell apart. a 7R split would be a welcome addition to the Blue Jays squad. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91088/2011/1/2011
21. 1979 Otto Velez LF/RF/1B - TOR - .288/.396/.529. No card. Is a 5R doubles machine. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/742403/1670/1/70
22. 1950 Walt Dropo, Red Sox, 1B Bats R .322 34 144 .378 .583 .961. Led AL in RBI, TB. RoY. Career highs in H, R, TR, HR, BA, RBI, BB, OBP, SLG, TB, OPS, OPS+. 2nd career high in DO.
23. 1994 Mike Kingery Colorado Rockies. No card .349 Average, .402 On Base, .532 Slugging Left Field 2 LH 5R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/36421/1690/1/90
24. 1916 Lefty Tyler Boston Braves LSP 17-9 2.02 ERA 1.03 WHIP 58 BB 117 SO
25. 2021 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves: No Card. 3B-3e15 Slashline - .303/.367/.531 https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94719/2021/1/2021
26. 1953 Robin Roberts Phillies throws- R Bal- 5R End- S9/R3 Led League with 23 Wins and 198 Strikeouts
27. 1887 Sam Wise, BSB. BAL-E, SS-2e72*, 2b-3e71, RF-3(-1)e25, 15 Game INJ Risk, Steal: *3-5/-(16-12), Runs 1-13 Hit .334 and OBP .390 27 doubles 17 Triples- Hopefully Strat will do something with the errors bc this could be a very usable card (nice left-handed bat at SS; he should be close to a 2e36)
28. 1971 Joe Coleman. Detroit. ERA 3.15, gave up only 17 home runs in 286 innings. His whip was 1.17. This card would be an improvement over his only current card of 1973. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/32232/1971/4/1971
29. 2003 Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs s/b a 3day rest starter we would only need Matt Clement for 'Fever Pitch' Cubs rotation. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90787/1700/1/120
30. 1925 Ty Cobb. from 1918-1931 Babe Ruth led MLB in OPS and about every other offensive category except 1925. Cobb led the league in OPS and OPS+. also had 102 RBI's in only 492 AB's. be a different type card for Cobb and should be lower priced because of injury risk
31. 1964 Hal Woodeshick Houston LHRP 3 innings lefty reliever 6L (-4 hold ) 2.76 with 23 saves , very clean card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/43170/1660/1/60
32. 2013 Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, RF 2(-5)e9, LF 3e9 IL .319 19 42 .391 .534 .925. Career highs in BA, OBP, SLG, OPS &
OPS+. This card is far better than Puig’s only other card. http://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91812/2013/1/20714
33. 1997 Billy Taylor Oakland 90's closer for Oakland, no card. 9R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3162/1690/1/90
34. 2021 Walker Buehler Dodgers RHP, Starter - 16-4, 2.47 ERA (ERA + 177), 212 Ks in 207.2 IP https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/93970/2021/1/2021
35. 1994 Hal Morris Cincinnati Reds. 18 possible ways to get on against right handed pitching, good platoon hitter or pinch hitter.https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3465/1690/1/90
36. 1935 Augie Galan CHI Cubs LF .314 .399 OB Pct .467 Slug. League leading 748 PA with 0 GDP's. led NL in SB(22) and 133 runs. Would be a great top of the order guy.
37. 1935 Jimmie Foxx Catcher eligible. He played 212 inn. at catcher and had much better defensive results than his '40 catcher eligible yr. 1 PB, 3WR, 10SB, 8CSB. .346 ba, .461 obp, .636 slg, 1.096 ops.
38. 1996 Matt Mieske MIL Brewers RF/LF/CF, 400 PA. Strong 8L platoon hitter vs LHP. 1.041 OPS vs LHP in MLB. Likely to be inexpensive. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3057/1690/1/90. Mieske is an 8 year vet with no card.
39. 1999 Carlos Delgado Toronto 2L 948 Onbase plus slugging. Current is 4R https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/287/1999/1/1999
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Nominations are closed.

All available player card links have been added.

Poll to go up within the next week or so. Hoping Andy will have time to post the Strat Stats sometime this week, before we vote.

Thanks,
Bill
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