23.3 Nominations are Open!

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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostSat Sep 16, 2023 9:33 am

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
7. 2022 Edwin Diaz NYM RH CL 0/1/6 1.31 ERA, 0.84 WHIP, 17.1 K/IP, 13/7 OBP (only singles and walks) without the BP singles, all non X chart or on base readings are K's. Sound the trumpets!
8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
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Patrick is changing his nomination to the 2002 Clement card. His best card in my opinion.
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostSat Sep 16, 2023 11:40 am

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
7. 2022 Edwin Diaz NYM RH CL 0/1/6 1.31 ERA, 0.84 WHIP, 17.1 K/IP, 13/7 OBP (only singles and walks) without the BP singles, all non X chart or on base readings are K's. Sound the trumpets! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/93530/2022/1/2022
8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostSat Sep 16, 2023 3:03 pm

2022 Edwin Diaz isn't eligible...
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostSat Sep 16, 2023 3:16 pm

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
7. 2022 Edwin Diaz NYM RH CL 0/1/6 1.31 ERA, 0.84 WHIP, 17.1 K/IP, 13/7 OBP (only singles and walks) without the BP singles, all non X chart or on base readings are K's. Sound the trumpets! https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/93530/2022/1/2022
8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
9. 2001 Jason Giambi Oakland, 1B, Bats L, 2R .342 38 120 .477 .660 1.137 Career highs in BA, DO, TR, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, extra base hits, TB & SB. Near career highs in H, BB, HR, RBI. Led league in DO, BB, OBP, SLG, OPS & OPS+ & WAR. 2nd in MVP voting. Has more hits, doubles, extra base hits and hits lefties better, with more HRs vs. lefties, than his 2000 MVP card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/408/1700/1/120
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostSat Sep 16, 2023 7:06 pm

AL/NL cards from 1876-2021 are eligible.

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
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8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
9. 2001 Jason Giambi Oakland, 1B, Bats L, 2R .342 38 120 .477 .660 1.137 Career highs in BA, DO, TR, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, extra base hits, TB & SB. Near career highs in H, BB, HR, RBI. Led league in DO, BB, OBP, SLG, OPS & OPS+ & WAR. 2nd in MVP voting. Has more hits, doubles, extra base hits and hits lefties better, with more HRs vs. lefties, than his 2000 MVP card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/408/1700/1/120
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostMon Sep 18, 2023 12:46 pm

please forgive the interruption

i need to thank BC15NY for his counsel about Clement's card

good splits and good HAL to all
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostMon Sep 18, 2023 10:29 pm

[quote="BC15NY"]AL/NL cards from 1876-2021 are eligible.

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
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8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
9. 2001 Jason Giambi Oakland, 1B, Bats L, 2R .342 38 120 .477 .660 1.137 Career highs in BA, DO, TR, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, extra base hits, TB & SB. Near career highs in H, BB, HR, RBI. Led league in DO, BB, OBP, SLG, OPS & OPS+ & WAR. 2nd in MVP voting. Has more hits, doubles, extra base hits and hits lefties better, with more HRs vs. lefties, than his 2000 MVP card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/408/1700/1/120
10. 1990 Barry Bonds. His first MVP, gold glove and all star game. His career high with 52 steals, a second card to represent the Pirates and his pre steroid days.
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Sep 19, 2023 6:22 am

AL/NL cards from 1876-2021 are eligible.

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
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8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
9. 2001 Jason Giambi Oakland, 1B, Bats L, 2R .342 38 120 .477 .660 1.137 Career highs in BA, DO, TR, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, extra base hits, TB & SB. Near career highs in H, BB, HR, RBI. Led league in DO, BB, OBP, SLG, OPS & OPS+ & WAR. 2nd in MVP voting. Has more hits, doubles, extra base hits and hits lefties better, with more HRs vs. lefties, than his 2000 MVP card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/408/1700/1/120
10. 1990 Barry Bonds. His first MVP, gold glove and all star game. His career high with 52 steals, a second card to represent the Pirates and his pre steroid days. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3955/1690/1/90
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Sep 20, 2023 10:01 am

Del Bissonette 1928 BKN Bats L Bal E
1b3e19 injury risk 3
188 Hits 30 doubles, 13 triples, 25 Home runs. Had four promising seasons was often injured after that but this his Rookie Season was Outstanding !
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Re: 23.3 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Sep 20, 2023 10:19 am

AL/NL cards from 1876-2021 are eligible.

1. 2014 Joaquin Benoit SD RP 2L 1.49era 0.77whip 10.6k/9 Pitched 16 years in MLB - No Card. Benoit had breakout season at 32 in 2010 with Tampa Bay. Even better card at 36 in 2014 with San Diego. Padres only have a couple of high-end relievers to choose from. Check out his card in the 2014 set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90041/2014/1/2014
2. 1919 Babe Ruth Bos LF/RF 2(-4)e1 Would give us a Ruth hitting card for the Red Sox. Babe led the league in runs, Hr (29), rbi, obp, & slugging.
3. 1959 Harmon Killebrew WAS 3B/LF Always on the waiver wire, he has only 3 relatively even cards, at 2L E and 1R. This is a 7L, with 8 Ball Park Homeruns vs righties. Cheap because he doesn't do anything else well. Usable at all is a big improvement for this Hall of Famer
4. 2002 Matt Clement Cubs RH SP only 2003 'Fever Pitch' rotation starter with no card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/8272/1700/1/120
5. 1947 Pee Wee Reese, BKN, Bats-R, BAL-E, SS-1e28. .414 OBP! Let's get his BEST card in there this time ;)
6. 1908 Bill Burns WSH LH SP (no *) 1.70 era, 0.933 whip, 134 era+, 2.07 fip, 3.06 so/bb, 7.4 h/9. No card.
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8. 1975 Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock, CHC 3B, righthanded. His .354 won the NL batting title that season, also .402 OBP and .479 SA, good for a 141 OPS+. He hit lefties a little better that season, and wasn't the greatest fielder. But we need more third basemen and he hit .354! This card should play well in small ball parks. :D
9. 2001 Jason Giambi Oakland, 1B, Bats L, 2R .342 38 120 .477 .660 1.137 Career highs in BA, DO, TR, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, extra base hits, TB & SB. Near career highs in H, BB, HR, RBI. Led league in DO, BB, OBP, SLG, OPS & OPS+ & WAR. 2nd in MVP voting. Has more hits, doubles, extra base hits and hits lefties better, with more HRs vs. lefties, than his 2000 MVP card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/408/1700/1/120
10. 1990 Barry Bonds. His first MVP, gold glove and all star game. His career high with 52 steals, a second card to represent the Pirates and his pre steroid days. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3955/1690/1/90
11. 1928 Del Bissonette BKN 1b Bats L Bal E 1b3e19 injury risk 3 188 Hits 30 doubles, 13 triples, 25 Home runs. Had four promising seasons was often injured after that but this his Rookie Season was Outstanding!
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