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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby paulcousineau » Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:18 pm

After an injury knocked Harold Baines out for 15 games and my bench being what it is, the transaction page just filled up with some moves from the cellar dwellers in the West...probably more than I initially set out to make.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:30 pm

01/30 Camacho's Moustache added Cobb, Ty (1909)
01/30 Camacho's Moustache dropped Bell, Cool Papa (NeL)
01/30 Camacho's Moustache added Sadecki, Ray (1964)
01/30 Camacho's Moustache dropped Sadecki, Ray (1961)
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01/30 Camacho's Moustache dropped Dean, Dizzy (1934)
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:34 pm

Josh Gibson is simply destroying the league.

My team is starting to show a little life. Jimmy Key with a 3-hit shutout (low hit game of the season for the whole league, I think) and winning 2 out of 3.

Unfortunately...we've got Gibson on deck.

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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby peeker643 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:57 pm

Jumbo wrote:Josh Gibson is simply destroying the league.

My team is starting to show a little life. Jimmy Key with a 3-hit shutout (low hit game of the season for the whole league, I think) and winning 2 out of 3.

Unfortunately...we've got Gibson on deck.

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I liked this game the first day and now not so much. Pitching staff is killing me so changes needed to be made.

Horrible defensive team hasn't cost me yet and the boys are hitting.

No one can get anyone out.

Can someone look at my club and tell me in all the close games I've played why Righetti has only .1 IP and he's healthy. Nothing checked on him in terms of avoiding certain hitters, etc. He's the closer but jezus, has to have more than .1 opportunity.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Selbyisgod » Sat Feb 05, 2011 5:35 pm

This Gibson thing can't continue can it? Right now I am enjoying strat. :woot:

If I am reading this right, Vince Coleman lead off with a single, stole 2nd, stole 3rd, then was caught stealing home...in the 7th inning down 1run with no outs. That was not a the managers call.

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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby FUDU » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:30 pm

Nolan threw 165 pitches for me Thursday, geezes. Strat has a lot of out of whack unrealistic numbers, but according to lore that is still almost 100 pitches shy of what Ryan did IRL in 1974 in an EI game. I'm thinking peeker and I are the only ones who can say we were alive at that time.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:37 pm

peeker643 wrote:Can someone look at my club and tell me in all the close games I've played why Righetti has only .1 IP and he's healthy. Nothing checked on him in terms of avoiding certain hitters, etc. He's the closer but jezus, has to have more than .1 opportunity.


My record shows I have no idea what I'm doing, but I think that if he's marked only as "closer" he'll only come into the game in save situations. Also, there's the closer option that lets them come into the 8th inning or only 9th.

Actually, looking at Righetti's last two games, it looks like some weird stuff has happened. In one game, he doesn't start the ninth inning. When he finally comes in (after 2 runs have scored and the bases are loaded), the tying run scores after an error. (So much for your defense not costing you?) And then he's pulled.

The other game makes more sense. Your guys were up by 8, and Righetti didn't come in until Nap Lajoie hit a grand slam. But then Righetti again only pitched to one batter.

If I understand the pitcher setting right, you can force him to stay out longer with the "Don't Relieve Before" option, and pick some low number.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:38 pm

Selbyisgod wrote:This Gibson thing can't continue can it? Right now I am enjoying strat. :woot:


Thanks. That was just the jinx I needed. Gibson's guaranteed for a 1-13 series, now. :thumb up:
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:41 pm

FUDU wrote:Nolan threw 165 pitches for me Thursday, geezes. Strat has a lot of out of whack unrealistic numbers, but according to lore that is still almost 100 pitches shy of what Ryan did IRL in 1974 in an EI game. I'm thinking peeker and I are the only ones who can say we were alive at that time.


I guess it makes game-sense, since it would be pretty dumb to check the morning scoreboard and see that your ace just tore his labrum and is out for the season.
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Unread postby FUDU » Sat Feb 05, 2011 6:53 pm

LOL, my ace is the 1.61 million dollar Sherriff Blake.

ETA: BTW don't be fooled, Rich knew exactly what he was doing when he brought this up when he did...off season, not a lot of real baseball guys spending a lot of time on the boards, yet another depressing end to the NFL season, he saw an opportunity to get a bunch of bored saps all fired up over a game most of us haven't seen since we were 10, and now he is licking his chops. That's why he's called Dick.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby peeker643 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 8:14 pm

Jumbo wrote:
peeker643 wrote:Can someone look at my club and tell me in all the close games I've played why Righetti has only .1 IP and he's healthy. Nothing checked on him in terms of avoiding certain hitters, etc. He's the closer but jezus, has to have more than .1 opportunity.


My record shows I have no idea what I'm doing, but I think that if he's marked only as "closer" he'll only come into the game in save situations. Also, there's the closer option that lets them come into the 8th inning or only 9th.

Actually, looking at Righetti's last two games, it looks like some weird stuff has happened. In one game, he doesn't start the ninth inning. When he finally comes in (after 2 runs have scored and the bases are loaded), the tying run scores after an error. (So much for your defense not costing you?) And then he's pulled.

The other game makes more sense. Your guys were up by 8, and Righetti didn't come in until Nap Lajoie hit a grand slam. But then Righetti again only pitched to one batter.

If I understand the pitcher setting right, you can force him to stay out longer with the "Don't Relieve Before" option, and pick some low number.


7 errors in 15 games is better than what I'd hoped for. Plus it doesn't hurt me much at all if I don't know how to read the inning summary stuff and am ignorant about it.
;-) ;) :wink:

Live and learn. Hopefully by the end of the year I know how to read the cards and figure some stuff out.

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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby hermanfontenot » Sat Feb 05, 2011 11:12 pm

Who has two thumbs and is stupid enough to put together a 1980's NL speed-and-defense team in Fenway Park?

This guy.

I would love to be able to switch home ballparks. We should be playing in Busch or Royals Stadium or someplace like that, not freaking Fenway.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby swerb » Sun Feb 06, 2011 12:45 pm

Who's ready?

http://fantasygames.sportingnews.com/stratomatic/

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Unread postby motherscratcher » Sun Feb 06, 2011 12:51 pm

swerb wrote:Who's ready?

http://fantasygames.sportingnews.com/stratomatic/

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I'll be ready.

Probably just get a 5 pack.
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Unread postby swerb » Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:14 pm

motherscratcher wrote:
swerb wrote:Who's ready?

http://fantasygames.sportingnews.com/stratomatic/

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I'll be ready.

Probably just get a 5 pack.

Just made a team and entered it. 90's league. League name is Brats and Beer. Only 2/12 teams in so far.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:28 pm

swerb wrote:Who's ready?

http://fantasygames.sportingnews.com/stratomatic/

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My life is ruined.

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Give me a few days, I'll give it some thought. The random card element is interesting.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby FUDU » Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:11 pm

Passing on the 90's, but am recruiting a good baseball guy that is semi-new to strat for you.

The O man hopefully, maybe you can arrange to get on old bet repaid Rich.
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Unread postby Jumbo » Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:50 pm

I'm also going to pass on the 90s. (For now. I'm sure I'll play a 90s league sometime.) The time will be better used figuring out how to attack the other thread league...
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:49 am

Jeez- If it wasn't for cheap as hell dudes like Eric Plunk, Bob Knepper and Ron Leflore I'm not sure where I'd be in this league.

It'd be worse than FUDU, I know that. :lmfao:

Question- what are the numbers in parentheses behind an owner's name?

By the way, I wanna ask Pauly C how Robin Roberts threw a 3-hit shutout for his boys to salvage a game in our series? How does that happen against that team?
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Unread postby swerb » Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:08 am

peeker643 wrote:Jeez- If it wasn't for cheap as hell dudes like Eric Plunk, Bob Knepper and Ron Leflore I'm not sure where I'd be in this league.

It'd be worse than FUDU, I know that. :lmfao:

Question- what are the numbers in parentheses behind an owner's name?

By the way, I wanna ask Pauly C how Robin Roberts threw a 3-hit shutout for his boys to salvage a game in our series? How does that happen against that team?

Knepper is one of my all time favorite cheap guys in ATG. He's inexplicably been in all six card sets of the game. Am usually always able to sneak him out as my #4 SP low in the draft list.

# in parenthesis is your all-time Strat ranking. It's a biproduct of your lifetime winning %, playoff appearances, titles. The 90's league I just got in ... my division was me, two other guys with low totals. Last guy in our division just joined last night. Rating is like 8,000 or something crazy.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby Jumbo » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:53 am

I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.
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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:56 am

Jumbo wrote:I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.


Can you actually manipulate the lineup to bat guys in certain spots because I haven't figured that out yet either.

To be fair, I never really looked at anything other than results each morning.
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Unread postby Jumbo » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:59 am

peeker643 wrote:
Jumbo wrote:I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.


Can you actually manipulate the lineup to bat guys in certain spots because I haven't figured that out yet either.

To be fair, I never really looked at anything other than results each morning.


Yes - it's under your team - set your lineups. You can set vs LHP and RHP. With preferred backups if desired.

Just goes to show how effed my team is when it's getting crushed by guys who aren't even trying that hard.

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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:05 am

Jumbo wrote:
peeker643 wrote:
Jumbo wrote:I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.


Can you actually manipulate the lineup to bat guys in certain spots because I haven't figured that out yet either.

To be fair, I never really looked at anything other than results each morning.


Yes - it's under your team - set your lineups. You can set vs LHP and RHP. With preferred backups if desired.

Just goes to show how effed my team is when it's getting crushed by guys who aren't even trying that hard.

:thud:


I've done that. But that doesn't set a batting order. It goes C, 1b, 2b, 3b and down the line. I can't (or don't know how) to move a guy up or down in the order.
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Re: TCF - All Time Greats Online Stratomatic League

Unread postby motherscratcher » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:50 am

peeker643 wrote:
Jumbo wrote:
peeker643 wrote:
Jumbo wrote:I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.


Can you actually manipulate the lineup to bat guys in certain spots because I haven't figured that out yet either.

To be fair, I never really looked at anything other than results each morning.


Yes - it's under your team - set your lineups. You can set vs LHP and RHP. With preferred backups if desired.

Just goes to show how effed my team is when it's getting crushed by guys who aren't even trying that hard.

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I've done that. But that doesn't set a batting order. It goes C, 1b, 2b, 3b and down the line. I can't (or don't know how) to move a guy up or down in the order.


When you go to that page, you can click on the bar and hold down the click if that makes sense. For example, if you click on catcher, before you release the click you can drag him down to #5 hole or wherever you want. Sam as moving movies in your netflix queue.
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Unread postby swerb » Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:04 pm

LOL ... that is classic. Peeker batting his catcher leadoff. 1b in the 2 hole. 2b and ss hitting 3 and 4.

Still has a better record than FUDU.

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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:06 pm

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Jumbo wrote:
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Jumbo wrote:I need some to sneak some cork into Belle's bat. And he needs some roids, some greenies, and a fan to throw a ball at. I mean, I know he's not the only reason why my team blows (3 Finger Brown, I'm looking at you and your ERA of 7.). But seriously, his ineptitude has gone from bad to hilarious.

After an 0-12 series, he now stands at .156/.224/.354. 15 hits. 29 strikeouts.

His only reedeeming value is the 22 RBI, (tied for 12th, if I'm counting right), for which I give 1% of the credit to Belle and 99% of the credit to the guys in front of him doing a decent job getting on base. He's now officially demoted from the cleanup spot. Let's see if that lights a fire.


Can you actually manipulate the lineup to bat guys in certain spots because I haven't figured that out yet either.

To be fair, I never really looked at anything other than results each morning.


Yes - it's under your team - set your lineups. You can set vs LHP and RHP. With preferred backups if desired.

Just goes to show how effed my team is when it's getting crushed by guys who aren't even trying that hard.

:thud:


I've done that. But that doesn't set a batting order. It goes C, 1b, 2b, 3b and down the line. I can't (or don't know how) to move a guy up or down in the order.


When you go to that page, you can click on the bar and hold down the click if that makes sense. For example, if you click on catcher, before you release the click you can drag him down to #5 hole or wherever you want. Sam as moving movies in your netflix queue.


Hmm...interesting.

That's a bit embarrassing. :lmfao:

Fixed now though. You guys are really in trouble. :thud:
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Unread postby e0y2e3 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:33 pm

Even more classic - mother - same guy that was just typing the word Cavs into Twitter repeatedly to try and get into Peeker's Recap because of how tech inept he is taught Peeks how to work it.
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e0y2e3 wrote:Even more classic - mother - same guy that was just typing the word Cavs into Twitter repeatedly to try and get into Peeker's Recap because of how tech inept he is taught Peeks how to work it.



That's because Rich is like the kid back in the neighborhood who asked the uncoordinated dork to play hoops just to fill out a 3 on 3 game.

He left us high and dry with only our own wits to survive. Mother and I have no effing chance under those terms.
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e0y2e3 wrote:Even more classic - mother - same guy that was just typing the word Cavs into Twitter repeatedly to try and get into Peeker's Recap because of how tech inept he is taught Peeks how to work it.



That's because Rich is like the kid back in the neighborhood who asked the uncoordinated dork to play hoops just to fill out a 3 on 3 game.

He left us high and dry with only our own wits to survive. Mother and I have no effing chance under those terms.


It's also cool how I somehow took 3 lines to articulate the concept "You can click and drag." Complete with a nice little example.

I still haven't figured out how to get something to show up on the Cavs feed or timeline or whatever you call it. On saturday night I tried to retweet one of Peek's tweets and my computer became sentient and started to laugh at me.

Then it called me Moles and started hitting on my wife. (No way in hell anyone gets that reference.)
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Unread postby FUDU » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:17 pm

FUDU would tell you he's 8-5 in his last 13, with a league leading 3.58 ERA.

FUDU would also tell you it's a marathon not a sprint.

It's time to burn some dust, eat my rubber...that's what FUDU would say.
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Unread postby gotribe31 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:28 pm

I still can't decide what's funnier...Peeker not knowing how to click and drag, or Scratch taking that long to explain how to click and drag. It's like watching my mom and aunt fighting over the universal remote when neither of them know how to use it anyway.
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Unread postby paulcousineau » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:31 pm

No idea why nobody noticed the unusual order of Peeker's lineup, but this one beat me a couple of days back:
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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:42 pm

Buncha dicks in this league. :lmfao:

Hey, there used to be a Price's Right game where you placed products in order by...well...like every other game on that show...price. You could argue that 4 or 5 of the spots in my lineup are reasonable.

You could also argue that Roy Campanella probably doesn't belong at the top of any lineups considering he wasn't that much slower after the car accident that paralyzed him than he was before it. Be that as it may....

I (like Eric Wedge) refuse to be boxed into to any of you guys' conventional managerial standards. I'm a goddamn Stratomatic trailblazer with my paralyzed catcher leading off, Gehrig in the 2-hole where I can hit and run with he and Campanella, an otherwise light-hitting second baseman seeing tons of fastballs with the first two on base hitting third and with the All-Time single season RBI record holder Hack Wilson followed by Reggie Bar hiding at 7th and 8th in the order.

Some would argue that's plain genius.

I guess if ya want you can do it like PC and hit a guy like Rickey Henderson first and a guy like Rick Dempsey last (if at all/cough) you could, but hey, I'm not here to tell anyone how to run their club.

What is inarguable is that that very lineup that I did not know could be changed (much less how to go about until Mother explained it in that paragraph that was longer than most novellas) has a better record than FUDU.

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paulcousineau wrote:No idea why nobody noticed the unusual order of Peeker's lineup, but this one beat me a couple of days back:
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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:08 pm

gotribe31 wrote:I still can't decide what's funnier...Peeker not knowing how to click and drag, or Scratch taking that long to explain how to click and drag. It's like watching my mom and aunt fighting over the universal remote when neither of them know how to use it anyway.


Those kinds of decisions are tough.

Like, right now, I can't decide between 'Blow me' and 'Eff you'. :nanner: :lmfao:
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Unread postby Jumbo » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:23 pm

peeker643 wrote:I (like Eric Wedge) refuse to be boxed into to any of you guys' conventional managerial standards. I'm a goddamn Stratomatic trailblazer with my paralyzed catcher leading off, Gehrig in the 2-hole where I can hit and run with he and Campanella, an otherwise light-hitting second baseman seeing tons of fastballs with the first two on base hitting third and with the All-Time single season RBI record holder Hack Wilson followed by Reggie Bar hiding at 7th and 8th in the order.

Some would argue that's plain genius.


When I was 6 years old, I had a Commodore 64 baseball game where I named all of the players after the Indians. I put Cory Snyder and Joe Carter in the 8th and 9th slots, because that's the cleanup spot, right?

Little did I know I was ahead of my time.
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Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:25 pm

FUDU wrote:Image



I don't know how to do that fancy graphics work either.

Mother- can you explain that as simply as you did Drag & Drop?
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Unread postby hermanfontenot » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:54 pm

peeker643 wrote:Some would argue that's plain genius.


I would, after whatever-the-fuck-your-team-is-named took two of three from the formerly red-hot Jacksons at the Met.

BTW, Peek, I like your random ballpark choice. There was no option for Arlington Stadium '74 or Jack Murphy Stadium '82?
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peeker643 wrote:Some would argue that's plain genius.


I would, after whatever-the-fuck-your-team-is-named took two of three from the formerly red-hot Jacksons at the Met.

BTW, Peek, I like your random ballpark choice. There was no option for Arlington Stadium '74 or Jack Murphy Stadium '82?


Yeah...well...naming the team was something else I didn't know how to do. Next time though it's gonna be something awesomely obscure but ridiculously clever.

And actually I wanted all of you guys to think that my ballpark choice was completely random when in reality....ahh shit... I can't carry that lie out.

But actually when I was looking at the ballparks in relation to my starting pitchers it actually was my best bet (or it was in my head and clearly things get screwed up in there).

Sadly that was the one thing I actually thought through only to pretty much cut each of the starting pitchers that figured into my ballpark choice.

Come on fellas. I'm like the expansion Browns hurried to get my team in and with no one in the organization knowing WTF they were doing. :dingle:
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Unread postby hermanfontenot » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:51 pm

peeker643 wrote:And actually I wanted all of you guys to think that my ballpark choice was completely random when in reality....ahh shit... I can't carry that lie out.

But actually when I was looking at the ballparks in relation to my starting pitchers it actually was my best bet (or it was in my head and clearly things get screwed up in there).

Sadly that was the one thing I actually thought through only to pretty much cut each of the starting pitchers that figured into my ballpark choice.


I'm still trying to sort out the logic behind my own ballpark choice.

I might have wanted to avoid the situation that befell my last Strat team. I chose Royals Stadium as my ballpark thinking it was perfect for a "speed-and-defense" team. My team ended up hitting 78 home runs. We were like the Indians that year they had Candy Maldonado as their cleanup hitter.

So now I have perfect balance. I still can't hit home runs and now I can't hit. Perfect.
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peeker643 wrote:And actually I wanted all of you guys to think that my ballpark choice was completely random when in reality....ahh shit... I can't carry that lie out.

But actually when I was looking at the ballparks in relation to my starting pitchers it actually was my best bet (or it was in my head and clearly things get screwed up in there).

Sadly that was the one thing I actually thought through only to pretty much cut each of the starting pitchers that figured into my ballpark choice.


I'm still trying to sort out the logic behind my own ballpark choice.

I might have wanted to avoid the situation that befell my last Strat team. I chose Royals Stadium as my ballpark thinking it was perfect for a "speed-and-defense" team. My team ended up hitting 78 home runs. We were like the Indians that year they had Candy Maldonado as their cleanup hitter.

So now I have perfect balance. I still can't hit home runs and now I can't pitch. Perfect.
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Unread postby motherscratcher » Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:31 am

hermanfontenot wrote:
peeker643 wrote:And actually I wanted all of you guys to think that my ballpark choice was completely random when in reality....ahh shit... I can't carry that lie out.

But actually when I was looking at the ballparks in relation to my starting pitchers it actually was my best bet (or it was in my head and clearly things get screwed up in there).

Sadly that was the one thing I actually thought through only to pretty much cut each of the starting pitchers that figured into my ballpark choice.


I'm still trying to sort out the logic behind my own ballpark choice.

I might have wanted to avoid the situation that befell my last Strat team. I chose Royals Stadium as my ballpark thinking it was perfect for a "speed-and-defense" team. My team ended up hitting 78 home runs. We were like the Indians that year they had Candy Maldonado as their cleanup hitter.

So now I have perfect balance. I still can't hit home runs and now I can't hit. Perfect.


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Unread postby peeker643 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:41 am

FUDU wrote:FUDU would tell you he's 8-5 in his last 13, with a league leading 3.58 ERA.

FUDU would also tell you it's a marathon not a sprint.

It's time to burn some dust, eat my rubber...that's what FUDU would say.



FUDU would tell you he was swept by the Curse last night while The Kid took 2 of 3 from Swerb's struggling nine.

I better not get swept by FUDU tonight or else I'll be as scarce tomorrow as he is today.
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Unread postby gotribe31 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:43 am

peeker643 wrote:
FUDU wrote:FUDU would tell you he's 8-5 in his last 13, with a league leading 3.58 ERA.

FUDU would also tell you it's a marathon not a sprint.

It's time to burn some dust, eat my rubber...that's what FUDU would say.



FUDU would tell you he was swept by the Curse last night while The Kid took 2 of 3 from Swerb's struggling nine.

I better not get swept by FUDU tonight or else I'll be as scarce tomorrow as he is today.


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Hey Herm,

Tell me how my ass taste.
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Unread postby Jumbo » Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:19 am

Wasn't there a face-slamming-into-brick-wall emoticon? I could use it right about now. Come on guys, couldn't you have saved those ten 9th inning runs for the next day?

But Belle had a not-abysmal series, so I've got that going for me.
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I just can't believe I took 2 of 3 from the Josh Gibsons. He now has 21 HR.
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gotribe31 wrote:I just can't believe I took 2 of 3 from the Josh Gibsons. He now has 21 HR.


.482/.520/.1.164.

It's a marathon, not a sprint and all that. But: his current 162-game pace: 318 hits, 126 home runs, 222 runs scored, 276 RBI.

Is there an "Always intentionally walk this batter" option?
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The Cleveland Gibsons and the Cleveland Buckeyes are building a rivalry. 2 - 1 series with an 11 and 13 inning games. 4 of the 6 starters going 9+ innings.
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