D42

Members
  • Content count

    178
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

46 Excellent

About D42

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bakersfield, CA, and Greenville, IL
  • Interests
    Member of Greenville College Football Team, Love contact Sports.
  • Favourite Teams
    Arizona Cardinals, LA Dodgers, Detroit Redwings, Boston Celtics
  1. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #6. Detroit Titans One of the more easily recognizable logos in the league. The Detroit Titans simple logo will be a part of their look for the foreseeable future. The Titans wear a rather plain striped uniform, with splashes of bright blue from their socks and ballcap. The club aims for a traditional look and nails it with their solid logo and uniform.
  2. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #5. Boston Beetles The Boston Beetles are one of my favorite mascot nicknames (The original name generation produced some unique names like 'Boomers', 'Beermen' and 'Beetles', but I have grown to appreciate these nicknames as the MLB also has franchises with unique names). The Boston Beetles have often found themselves playing second fiddle to the Boston Brotherhood. In attempts to distance themselves the Beetles strive to be a more 'hip' team with a unique look that is recognizable across the league. Though the Boston Beetles have been struggling in recent years, their logo and uniforms are some of the nicest in the league.
  3. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #4. St Louis Steamers One of the few logos that I free handed (Most logos are modified from an initial clip-art piece I find to my liking). The St Louis Steamers logo shield is simple, but yet is a look that I foresee the team carrying for decades to come. The team's uniforms are perfect for the time period. The more I look at this team, I begin to think I have misplaced them, they could easily be my #2 favorite logo and uniform. A classic look for a championship winning ballclub.
  4. 1911-1912 UNBA Offseason Player scouting: (-): No longer a factor (Legacy) Might start on a bad team. (+): Talented (Influence games) (++): Exceptional (Change games) (+++): Elite (Define games) Coach evaluations: ⇑: Great/Legend ⇖: Good/Leader ⇔: Average/Capable ⇙: Inexperienced/Struggling ⇓: Bad/Unlucky Baltimore Runners Team Payroll ($98,133-7th) Owner: Hendrik Masson, 77 yr (Industrial) 1891- Manager: Howard Jackson, 48 yr (12th Season BAL) 11yrs M: ⇑ Assistant: Hayden Kole, 47 yr (2nd Season BAL) 1yrs A, 7yrs M: ⇔ Stadium: Woolescroft Ballfield (17,242) 1900- Star Player(s): Doug Martin (SP) (+++) 27 yr, Ron Wax (LF) (++) 30 yr, Chad Parkin (SP) (++) 26 yr, Tony Oberdorf (RF) (+) 31 yr, Doug Rayfield (CF) (+) 30 yr, Randy Falsyde (3B) (+) 27 yr, Jason Neff (SS) (+) 28 yr, Jeff Gillespie (SP) (-) 35 yr, Collin Lewis (SP) (-) 38 yr Strength: Solid 3-man pitching rotation. Weakness: No pitching depth. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Steve Tilton (SP) contract expired Oct 14th 1911- Louie Holifield (3B) contract expired Oct 30th 1911- Jason Neff (SS) signs a 3 year contract at $15,900 per season. Dec 20th 1911- The Indianapolis Stripes trade Doug Martin (SP) & 5 players to Baltimore for Ross Hemus (RF) & 2 players. Dec 27th 1911- The Milwaukee Kings trade Ron Wax (LF), Tony Oberdorf (RF), and 4 players to Baltimore for 2 players. Boston Beetles Team Payroll ($86,118-12th) Owner: Conall Wolf, 48 yr (Finance) 1900- Manager: Shawn Davis, 40 yr (11th Season BBE) 10yrs M: ⇓ 1-UNBA, 1-LC Stadium: Neagle Field (11,171) 1899- Star Player(s): Rob Shue (P) (+++) 23 yr, Chad Blank (P) (+++) 29 yr, Mark Brunet (P) (+) 25 yr, Austin White (SP) (-) 29 yr Strength: Elite Pitching rotation. Weakness: Weak lineup. Major Transactions: Oct 22nd 1911- Chad Blank (SP) signs a 7 year contract for $18,400 per season ($128,800 total). Oct 22nd 1911- Austin White (SP) signs a 4 year contract for $9,200 per season. Boston Brotherhood Team Payroll ($98,058-8th) Owner: Thomas Leigh, 67 yr (Business) 1895- Manager: Donald Fox, 54 yr (10th Season BBR) 9yrs M: ⇑ 3-UNBA, 3-LC Stadium: Boston Park (15,297) 1888- Star Player(s): Brian Hockenberry (SS) (++) 28 yr, Rob Freedman (LF) (++) 28 yr, Eric Simpson (SP) 37 yr (++), Derrick Dotson (SP) (+) 33 yr Strength: Strong core of lineup. Weakness: Aging rotation. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Brian Hockenberry (SS) resigns with the Brotherhood with a 5 year extension at $18,400 per season. Oct 22nd 1911- Derrick Dotson signs a 2 year contract for $8,800 per season. Brooklyn Beermen Team Payroll ($87,272-11th) Owner: Dwight Rosenfield, 67 yr (Distillery) 1892- Manager: Daniel Carpenter, 59 yr (3rd Season BRO) 12yr M: ⇖ 1-LC Assistant: Anthony Gray, 65 yr (1st Season BRO) 0 yrs A, 22 yrs M: ⇙ 1-UNBA, 2-LC Stadium: Page Field (12,000) 1898- Star Player(s): Cecil Fraser (2B) (+++) 27 yr, Jim McVay (SP) (++) 32 yr, Bryan Brislin (SP) (+) 28 yr, Gary Thames (SP) (+) 28 yr, Josh Crow (SP) (+) 21 yr, Steve Counsell (SP) (-) 32 yr, Peter Martin (SP) (-) 29 yr Strength: Solid deep pitching rotation. Weak: Weak bottom of the lineup. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Ricky Lewis (LF) contract expires. Oct 14th 1911- Scot Westacott (1B) contract expires. Oct 26th 1911- Peter Martin (P) signs a 4 year contract at $6,700 per season. Jan 4th 1912- Brooklyn hires Anthony Gray (Assistant Manager). Buffalo Brownstockings Team Payroll ($63,456-18th) Owner: Boris Talbott, 46 yr (Talbott Trading Company) 1909- Manager: Luke Rigney, 47 yr (1st Season BUF) 0 yrs M, 1 yrs A: ⇔ Assistant: Lloyd Flowers, 42 yr (1st Season BUF) prev college 0 yrs A: ⇔ Stadium: The Buffalo Ballpark (12,948) 1902- Star Player(s): Matthew Woods (SS) (-) 35 yr Strength: A handful of prospects. Weakness: Poor lineup and rotation. Major Transactions: Oct 15th 1911- Buffalo fires Nelson Butler (Manager). Feb 1st 1912- Buffalo hires Luke Rigney (Manager). March 2nd 1912- Buffalo hires Lloyd Flowers (Assistant). Chicago Crusaders Team Payroll ($98,796-6th) Owner: Adam Murdock, 53 yrs old (Manufacturing) 1912- (Family 1898-) Manager: Harry Lowe, 62 yr (16th season CHI) 15yrs M: ⇑ Stadium: Maynard Grounds (16,778) 1894- Star Player(s): Nat Brane (CF) (++) 31 yr, Toby McFerran (RF) (++) 30 yr, Chad Bell (2B) (++) 28 yr Strength: Roster filled with experienced players. Weakness: Pitching rotation lacks depth outside of Mike Olney (P). Major Transactions: Sept 19th 1911- The Chicago Crusaders release Mike Olney (SP) after a severe shoulder separation ended his career during the 1911 season. Nov 1st 1911- The Chicago Crusaders trade 5 players to Manhattan for Chad Bell (2B) & 2 players. Nov 4th 1911- Tom Murdock, dies at 74 yrs old (Manufacturing) Owner from 1898-1911. Adam Murdock (Son) takes over ownership of the Crusaders. Dec 15th 1911- The Chicago Crusaders trade Darryl Manna (2B) and 2 players to Pennsylvania for 1 player. Mar 4th 1912- The Chicago Crusaders release Steve Dyment (3B) 33 yr after only playing in 11 games during the 1911 season. Chicago Tribe Team Payroll ($107,938-3rd) Owner: Anthony Wilcox, 54 yr (Steel Baron) 1899- Manager: Jacob Kennedy, 49 yr (5th Season CHT) 13 yrs M: ⇑ Assistant: Anthony Wilcox, 54 yr (Owner of CHT) 1 yrs A: ⇙ Stadium: Wilcox Ballpark (20,845) 1908- Star Player(s): Clay Shutt (3B) (+++) 27 yr, Steve Tilton (SP) (+++) 30 yr, Ricky Gibson (1B) (++) 30 yr, Milton Lovell (2B) (++) 25 yr, Jake Stotts (RF) (++) 25 yr, James Velovic (RP) (++) 28 yr, Pat Eisenbraun (SP) (+) 32 yr, Jason Marshall (LF) (+) 27 yr, Shawn Eamigh (SS) (+) 27 yr, Brian Swanston (RP) (+) 35 yr Strength: Powerful lineup. Weakness: Few young prospects, need to win now. Major Transactions: Nov 1st 1911- Steve Tilton (SP) signs a 4 year contract at $19,800 per season. Dec 20th 1911- New York trades Jason Marshall (LF) and 2 players to the Chicago Tribe for 1 player. Cleveland Grizzlies Team Payroll ($95,658-9th) Owner: Gary Beck, 52 yr (Oil Stocks) 1912- Manager: Jeff Burrell, 45 yr (1st Season CLE) 0yrs M: ⇔ Assistant: James Piper, 38 yr (1st Season CLE) 0yrs A: ⇙ Stadium: Hanstead Ballpark (10,568) 1892- Star Player(s): Mark Westlund (LF) (+) 33 yr, Scot Westacott (1B) (+) 29 yr Strength: Veteran leadership. Weakness: Inexperienced players will fill out rotation and lineup. Major Transactions: Oct 28th 1911- The Cleveland Grizzlies are sold to Gary Beck for $310,020 after seven consecutive seasons losing money, totalling over $58,000 in losses for their previous owner Cole Martin. Oct 29th 1911- Cleveland fires Anthony Gray (Manager). Nov 3rd 1911- Cleveland hires Jeff Burrell (Manager). Nov 6th 1911- Scot Westacott (1B) signs a 3 year contract at $13,100 per season. January 20th 1912- Cleveland hires James Piper (Assistant). Detroit Titans Team Payroll ($73-662-15th) Owner: Franklyn Castle, 55 yr (Automotive industry) 1895- Manager: Travis Price, 36 yr (9th Season DET) 8yrs M: ⇖ Assistant: Dan Pham, 31 yr (1st Season) 0yrs A: ⇙ Stadium: Napier Coliseum (12,507) 1900- Star Player(s): Justin Barnes (SP) (++) 28 yr, Scott Close (RF) (+) 26 yr, Aaron Meer (SP) (+) 22 yr, Steve Dyment (3B) (-) 33 yr Strength: Young solid top of pitching rotation. Weakness: Poor lineup. Major Transactions: Dec 2nd 1911- New York trades 7 players to Detroit for Rob Cinnamond (LF). Dec 14th 1911- Detroit hires Dan Pham (Assistant). May 6th 1912- Steve Dyment signs a 1 year contract for $1,100. Illinois Packers Team Payroll ($84,708-13th) Owner: Matthew Gardner, 58 yr (Goods packaging) 1897- Manager: Aaron Barbuto, 36 yr (3rd Season ILL) 2 yrs M: ⇖ 1-UNBA, 1-LC, 1-MVM Award Assistant: Harrold Robbins, 44 yr (1st Season ILL) 0 yrs A, 6yrs M: ⇙ Stadium: Chicago Park (15,693) 1898- Star Player(s): Erik Kingsmore (SP) (+++) 30 yr, Kevin Dixon (RF) (++) 24 yr, Will Condon (LF) (+) 27 yr, Todd Corr (3B) (+) 34 yr, Brian Littman (SP) (+) 26 yr, Chuck White (SP) (+) 31 yr Strength: Returning entire championship winning pitching rotation. Weakness: No depth for lineup. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Ron Wax contract expires. Oct 14th 1911- Alex Bailey contract expires. Oct 22nd 1911- Will Condon (LF) signs a 7 year contract at $13,900 per season. Feb 4th 1912- Illinois hires Harrold Robbins (Assistant). Indianapolis Stripes Team Payroll ($109,365-2nd) Owner: Barry Leonard 48 yr (Business) 1905- Manager: Donald Butler, 42 yr (8th Season IND) 7yrs M: ⇑ 1-LC Stadium: The People’s Park (15,283) 1911- Star Player(s): Bradley Trinidad (LF) (++) 27 yr, Greg Hammer (3B) (++) 26 yr, Ross Hemus (RF) (++) 30 yr, Alex Bailey (3B) (+) 35 yr, Frank Vittinghoff (CF) (+) 34 yr, Jesse Thomas (SP) (+) 29 yr Strength: Capable, deep lineup. Weakness: Inconsistent pitching rotation. Major Transactions: Oct 27th 1911- Frank Vittinghoff signs a 2 year contract at $5,700 per season. Dec 20th 1911- The Indianapolis Stripes trade Doug Martin (SP) & 5 players to Baltimore for Ross Hemus (RF) & 2 players. Manhattan Thunder Team Payroll ($99,002-5th) Owner: Brendon Fletcher, 69 yr (Architecture) 1894- Manager: Delbert Webber, 51 yr (2nd year MAN) 6yrs M: ⇖ Assistant: Marc Tynie, 41 yr (1st Season MAN) 0 yrs A: ⇙ Stadium: Kenney Grounds (15,920) 1895- Star Player(s): Jeremy Say (LF) (+++) 27 yr, Dexter Morris (RP) (+) 22 yr, Jay Cody (3B) (+) 30 yr, Todd Towse (RF) (+) 30 yr, Chris Kanter (SP) (+) 28 yr Strength: Strong core of lineup. Weakness: Unproven pitching rotation. Major Transactions: Apr 9th 1912- Manhattan hires Marc Tynie (Assistant). Milwaukee Kings Team Payroll ($68,678-17th) Owner: Martin Siegel, 47 yr (Siegel Mining Inc.) 1898- Manager: Darrel Nash, 53 yr (1st season MIL) prev high-school 0 yrs M: ⇙ Stadium: Huckaby Bowl (17,701) 1899- Star Player(s): Eric Geist (SS) (++) 25 yr Strength: A couple young prospects in lineup. Weakness: Sketchy pitching rotation. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Charlie Guerry (3B) contract expired. Oct 19th 1911- Ron Wax signs a 2 year contract at $10,800 per season. Nov 1st 1911- Milwaukee fires Harrold Robbins (Manager). Dec 5th 1911- Milwaukee hires Darrel Nash (Manager). Dec 27th 1911- The Milwaukee Kings trade Ron Wax (LF), Tony Oberdorf (RF), and 4 players to Baltimore for 2 players. New York Militia Team Payroll ($166,734-1st) Owner: George Fanning, 83 yr (International trade) 1880- Manager: Roger Johnstone, 44 yr (5th Season NY) 5yrs M: ⇑ 1-UNBA, 1-LC Assistant: Nelson Butler, 49 yr (1st Season NY) 0 yrs A, 3 yrs M: ⇓ Stadium: Queens’ Ballpark (41,277) 1905- Star Player(s): Phil Scrimshawe (2B) (+++) 30 yr, Drew Krull (P) (+++) 32 yr, Joe Timney (RF) (+++) 28 yr, Ty McLaren (SS) (+++) 26 yr, Rob Cinnamond (LF) (++) 25 yr, John Koons (1B) (++) 31 yr, Vince Cook (SP) (+) 26 yr, Darren McNeice (SP) (+) 31 yr, Tim Alister (SP) (-) 36 yr Strength: Overwhelming lineup. Weakness: Lack of pitching depth. Major Transactions: Dec 2nd 1911- New York trades 7 players to Detroit for Rob Cinnamond (LF). Dec 20th 1911- New York trades Jason Marshall (LF) and 2 players to the Chicago Tribe for 1 player. Feb 2nd 1912- New York hires Nelson Butler (Assistant). May 8th 1912- Tim Alister (SP) signs a 1 year contract for $650. Ohio Royals Team Payroll ($51,229-20th) Owner: Vinny Merrick, 60 yr (Banking) 1890- Manager: Bobby Wright, 62 yr (1st Season OHI) 11yrs M, 1 yrs A: ⇖ Stadium: Cincinnati Ballfield (7,559) 1890- Star Player(s): None Strength: A few decent pitchers Weakness: Poor lineup Major Transactions: April 26th 1912- Ohio fires Geoffrey Kirkwood (Manager). May 14th 1912- Ohio hires Bobby Wright (Manager). Pennsylvania Scarlets Team Payroll ($99,498-4th) Owner: Clayton Hardy, 73 yr (Business) 1884- Manager: Wilson Hampton, 30 yr (7th season PEN) 6yrs M: ⇔ Assistant: Leland Bennett, 66 yr (2nd season PEN) 1 yrs A, 3yrs M: ⇓ Stadium: Penn Central Stadium (15,586) 1905- Star Player(s): Brian Bartholomew (P) (++) 28 yr, Josh Larsen (P) (+) 31 yr, Keith Kent (LF) (+) 28 yr, Jamie Spry (CF) (+) 28 yr, Jim MacColl (SP) (+) 34 yr, Darryl Manna (2B) (-) 34 yr Strength: Deep pitching rotation. Weakness: Poor bottom of lineup. Major Transactions: Dec 4th 1911- Pennsylvania trades Dexter Swynford (2B) and 2 players to St Louis for 1 player. Mar 3rd 1912- Pennsylvania trades 5 players to Washington DC for Jamie Spry (CF) and 1 player. Philadelphia Boomers Team Payroll ($73,828-14th) Owner: Marwin Ezekias, 63 yr (Coal mine) 1901- Manager: Darryl Parton, 49 yr (6th season PHI) 5yrs M: ⇑ 1-UNBA, 2-LC Stadium: Boomers Field (21,845) 1901- Star Player(s): James Helmuth (1B) (+) 30 yr, Pete Thompson (SS) (+) 35 yr Strength: Comprised of experienced veterans Weakness: Weak bottom half of lineup Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Derrick Dotson (SP) contract expires Pittsburgh Panthers Team Payroll ($56,056-19th) Owner: Allen Parks, 69 yr (Iron & Steel industry) 1892- Manager: Gary Aiken, 41 yr (2nd season PIT) 1 yrs M: ⇔ Stadium: Pittsburgh Coliseum (16,313) 1896- Star Player(s): Ty Michelle (SP) (+) 26 yr, Mark Brown (2B) (+) 32 yr Strength: Several prospects for lineup. Weakness: Poor lineup. Major Transactions: March 2nd 1912- The Pittsburgh Panthers release Tim Alister (SP). May 10th 1912- Josh Zimmerman (CF) retires at age 37 after playing 13 seasons of Major League Baseball. His .445 OBP is the highest of any retired baseball player. St Louis Steamers Team Payroll ($87-955-10th) Owner: Abraham Wendell, 71 yr (Freight transportation) 1886- Manager: Kris Maynard, 60 yr (16th season STL) 15yrs M: ⇑ 3-UNBA, 5-LC Stadium: The St Louis Stadium (20,490) 1901- Star Player(s): Dexter Swynford (2B) (+) 30 yr, Martin Lindgren (1B) (+) 29 yr, Ed Sheridan (P) (-) 24 yr Strength: Experienced rotation. Weakness: Ed Sheridan and the rotation cannot repeat last season. Major Transactions: Dec 4th 1911- Pennsylvania trades Dexter Swynford (2B) and 2 players to St Louis for 1 player. Washington D.C. Executives Team Payroll ($73,117-16th) Owner: Craig Walton, 64 yr (Business) 1894- Manager: Anthony Morris, 41 yr (7th season DC) 6yrs M: ⇔ 1-LC Assistant: Ben Randall, 35 yr (1st season DC) 0 yrs A: ⇙ Stadium: Housley Bowl (16,476) 1895- Star Player(s): Ricky Lewis (LF) (+) 31 yr, Jamie Spry (CF) (+) 28 yr, Charlie Guerry (3B) (-) 34 yr Strength: Few pitching prospects. Weakness: Poor lineup. Major Transactions: Oct 14th 1911- Chad Blank (SP) contract expires. Jan 5th 1912- Washington DC hires Ben Randall (Assistant). Mar 3rd 1912- Pennsylvania trades 5 players to Washington DC for Jamie Spry (CF) and 1 player.
  5. Most stadium construction will grind to a halt (due to materials being diverted to the war effort). One team's stadium is planned before the war, and they begin construction in early 1915, but due to limited supplies and several work stoppages the construction will last until the 1918 season). Many young players would either enlist or be drafted into service following their high school graduation. After WW1 there is an influx of talent to the league as these players return from the war and return to baseball.
  6. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #3. Ohio Royals The Royals exceptional shield and logo help to carry this team to a placement in the third position. The uniform though not necessarily visually pleasing, is typical of an early 20th-century team. The Ohio Royals have a unique look that is a solid example of early baseball fashion.
  7. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #2. Philadelphia Boomers The Boomers claim the 2nd position with one of the most radical logo shields in the league (For the time period). The uniform and logo has stayed the same for several years now, though the cannon has begun to be used on all advertising, tickets, and signage around the stadium. The cream and crimson colors of the Boomers have even transferred to the city of Philadelphia, following their 1908 UNBA World Championship.
  8. 1911-1912 Logo and Uniform Ranking (My Opinion) #1. Chicago Tribe The Tribe wear a uniform that is simple, but classic, and I can foresee them in this look for years to come. The team's logo was redesigned prior to the 1911 season and is a classic look that just fits the early 20th century.
  9. 1911 Awards United League: The United League decided to host an Official Celebration & Awards Banquet to honor the players, managers, & owners. It was hosted at Chicago Park (Illinois Packers). Everyone involved with the United League was invited. Tables were spread out across the outfield while a stage stretched over the infield. The event was a solid success. A select few reporters were allowed into the festivities and the United League followed up its UNBA league championship with another huge moment in the national news. The UL had decided to add an additional award: Most Valuable Manager. The league also handed out patches for the first time to the Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Pitcher in the league. Erik Kingsmore (P) had produced a breakout season in what could have previously been called an inconsistent career. In the process he claimed his second UNBA championship with the Illinois Packers, having been a part of Cleveland's rotation during their 1907 UNBA Championship. Clay Shutt (3B) led the UNBA in RBIs and was a key factor in the Chicago Tribe's second half offensive explosion. Finally, Aaron Barbuto was called up to the stage, to the sound of a standing ovation. Barbuto had been a key part of the Illinois Packer's rotation late in his career (1905-1907). As Barbuto's arm slowed he failed to find a spot in the UNBA and played for the Allentown (MD) Flyers in the NCBL from 1908-1909. There he was a key starter during their 1908 NCBL championship season. After a lackluster 1909 performance, Barbuto looked to become a manager at the collegiate level. This changed when Illinois fired their manager and contacted Barbuto, who accepted the position immediately. In Aaron Barbuto's second season as a manager, at only 35 years of age, he had accomplished the improbable, taking the worst team in the UNBA in two short years to the very top. Barbuto stood on the stage smiling as the cheers began to quite down, then he stepped to the microphone. 'I want to thank our Heavenly Father, my wife, the fans, and especially my team, for believing in my vision. Young guys believed (gestured towards Kevin Dixon). We landed some talent that the league had written off as second-rate (gestured towards Erik Kingsmore), but I knew... they had it here (pointed at his chest). And we all worked.... every member on the team... we worked our tails off. Now... we stand at the top... the top of the sporting world. I can only express, that I am honored to receive this award... and I guarantee I will continue giving everything to the greatest game in the world.' The Official Celebration & Awards Banquet was a resounding success and it was planned to become the regular conclusion for future United League seasons. United League: United League Most Valuable PItcher: Erik Kingsmore ( Illinois Packers, SP, 29 yr) .242 OBP, .302 SLG 24-11, 2.59 ERA, 78 Ks, 39 GS, 31 CGs, 2 SOs United League Most Valuable Player: Clay Shutt ( Chicago Tribe, 3B, 26 yr) 137 PO, .911 F% .395 OBP, .512 SLG, 130 RBIs, 126 Rs, 4 SBs, 8 HRs United League Most Valuable Manager: Aaron Barbuto (Manager, 35 yr) 2nd Season Illinois Packers, 2nd yr HC 94-60, MVPitcher, United League Title, UNBA World Championship National League: The National League would award Steve Tilton and Jeremy Say the Pitcher and Player of the Year awards. Steve Tilton would deliver a great season while helping to propel the Runners to a second place finish. He led the UNBA with 6 shutouts. Meanwhile, Jeremy Say would be recognized for his accomplishments. He ranked in the top 5 in SLG, RBIs, and Homeruns during the 1911 season. National League: National League Pitcher of the Year: Steve Tilton ( Baltimore Runners, SP, 30 yr) .252 OBP, .319 SLG 20-8, 2.74 ERA, 56 Ks, 38 GS, 22 CGs, 6 SOs National League Player of the Year: Jeremy Say ( Manhattan Thunder, LF, 26 yr) 274 PO, .979 F% .383 OBP, .494 SLG, 116 RBIs, 107 Rs, 13 SBs, 10 HRs
  10. Thank you, I am glad people appreciate my work. (Disclaimer: Both of the following reviews could be wrong if something off-norm happens with my rolls. Just based off a quick glance at my sheets.) The Detroit Titans had solid seasons in 1904, & 1906-1909. Especially their 1906 second place finish. Unfortunately for their fans the Titans currently lack the depth to compete for a league title, though they have a few star players, namely 24-year-old Rob Cinnamond (LF). They have some promising pitching talent, but will need to acquire a few players to bolster their lineup before they will be able to contend for a league title like they did in 1906. The Ohio Royals won two league titles, in 1902 & 1905. Unfortunately, they lost both times in the UNBA World Series. Currently, they are one of the older rosters in the league. They signed Peter Martin (P) hoping to bolster their rotation, but his days as an elite ace pitcher appear to have crashed to a halt (5-14, 6.24 ERA). They will need to add substantial talent to their rotation and lineup before they are competing for a league title. I am entering my senior year at Greenville University (NCAA D3) where I am an Education Major with a Pre-Law focus. I started as the team's Longsnapper last year (Junior season), while also playing MLB sparingly. Football is my first love, but I am a huge fan of most sports.