22.3 Voting Now Open!

Discussion for new cards to add; moderated by Rosie2167

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Choose 15

Poll ended at Mon Aug 22, 2022 3:38 pm

1. 2019 Austin Meadows TB OF .291/.364/.598 33 hrs 89 rbi AS MVP-14, much needed card for the Rays. Only 1 outfielder available over 5 million. Only 2 available over 4 million. Desperately need some bigger bats for this franchise. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94007/2019/1/2019
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2. 1972 Dusty Baker OF ATL .321 .383 .504 CF 2(-1)e6 Career highs in BA, OBP, OPS & OPS+. Near career high in SLG. Finished 3rd in N.L. in BA. His best card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/730416/1670/1/70
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3. 1975 Bobby Bonds NYY .270/.375/.512 32 HRs 30 SBs 2nd Best OPS in career of .888 AL All-Star Starter in CF, gives Exp Yanks a solid RH Bat in CF and another option not named Murcer or Bernie
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4. 1964 Curt Simmons STL 18-9, 3.43, 1.156, has two Phillies cards but this '64 card is one of few missing of complete 1964 Cardinal championship team, highest winning season, would be nice add for Post franchise leagues (BTW - still with us - 93 years old) https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/41076/1660/1/60
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5. 1991 Craig Biggio C HOU. Yes a Craig Biggio Catching card. He spent 4 years as the Asttros Catcher even making the ASG in 1991. 295avg 358obp 19SB. Houston is pretty thin at Catcher in the set.
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6. 2012 Matt Harrison TEX LHSP 18-11, 3.24, 1.261, 133 ERA+, the Rangers are thin at LHSP, Harrison's All-Star year (he was the ace of the staff that featured Darvish), last great year before back problems ended his career, -6 hold, no card https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/90715/2012/1/2012
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7. 1974 Rick Monday, Cubs, CF 1(-1)e6 1L Bats L .294 20 58 .375 .467 .842. Career highs in H & BA. Near career highs in OBP, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Expansion Cubs need lefty bats & help in CF and Monday hit .313 vs LHPs & .285 vs RHPs.
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8. 1880 George Gore CF CHC. Lefty's career year out of 14. Led the league in AVG, OBP, and SLG - .360/.399/.463, good for a 185 OPS+.
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9.1970 Alex Johnson LF/RF California Angels led the AL in batting, slashed .329/.370/.459 will be a righthanded DH in ATG. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/735939/1670/1/70
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10. 1977 Joe Ferguson HOU 14 year career only has one .92M 7L card, but you don't want him as your third catcher 4(+2). In 1977 he was C 3(-1) 6R, 379OBP and still has 4BPHRS vs lefties. This would likely be the highest salaried catcher for HOU franchise. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/33690/1977/5/1977
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11. 1997 Denny Neagle ATL SP(L) 2R / 20-5 2.97 1.08 / 3rd in Cy Young . Would give ATL(exp) franchise another LH option besides Glavine or Avery. NO CARD in set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3811/1690/1/90
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12. 1950 Vern Stephens BOS SS LED AL in RBI with 144. 30 HR, 295 BA. 1950s under-represented.
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13. 1962 Floyd Robinson CWS lf/rf 3(-1)e8 3R .312 45 doubles led AL, MVP-10 - the Pale Hose in that era are O-challenged and in, say Dunn or Yankee, this guy could tater 20 or more times. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/40231/1660/1/60
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14. 2006 Carlos Guillen DET SS 19 HR .320/.400/.519 SS on AL Champs DET 10th in MVP voting https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/455/1700/1/120
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15. 1973 Ted Simmons STL C 685 PA (in game injury only at C!) .310/.370/.438 Cardinals great. All-star, MVP-14 in '73
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16.1895 Pink Hawley Pitt SP Throws Right, Bats Left 31-22 3.18 4 SHO 1 SV. Pitching WAR 10.0 (2nd to Cy Young) Also batted .308 5 HR Slugged .497. (+ 1.0 WAR as a Hitter) 1890's Ohtani/Ruth!
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17. 1961 Tom "Plowboy" Morgan LAA RP Throws right 8-2, 10 saves, 2.36 ERA,.99 WHIP, 2L Balance -5 Hold rating https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/38503/1660/1/60
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18. 1974 Greg Gross. Hou. Rf .314 BA .393 OBP. No card in set. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/734709/1670/1/70
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19. 1956 Bill Virdon, PIT, 3R Balance, CF-1(-2)e6. Slash Line-334/374/462. His Best Season for a PIT Post grouping that is pretty pitiful, gives Pirates a usable CF for 50s/60s. Pirates starting CF for 12 seasons; needs a better card.
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20. 1978 Gene Richards, SD Padres, Bats-L, BAL-3L, 1b-4e30, LF/CF-4(+1)e12. .308/.381/.420. Nice smallball option. No Card for this Padres speedster. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/840091/1680/1/80
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21. 1947 Ralph Kiner PIT LF 118r 51 hr 127rbi .313/.417/.639 One of the few 50+ hr seasons we don’t have available to us.
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22. 2019 Hyn-Jin Ryu, LAD, SP. Throws-L,Bal-2L, non-*, 182.2 innings,163 Ks, 2.32 ERA, 1.01 WHIP. Lead the league in ERA+, finished 2nd in Cy Young voting, gives another strong non-* option https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91915/2019/1/2019
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23. 1968 Bobby Bolin, Giants, RHSP 10-5 1.99 0.985. Career bests in in ERA, WHIP, HR9, H9. Bolin pitched in relative anonymity his entire career, & in typical fashion, his best year was 1968 when Gibson & Marichal stole all the NL pitching headlines. 2nd in NL in ERA & H9, & 4th in WHIP. Bolin may be the only starting pitcher from the '50s, '60s or '70s with 170+ IP and an ERA under 2 without a card. Expansion Giants are in dire need of starting pitching.
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24. 2000 Rick Ankiel - STL - SP
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25. 2019 Xander Bogaerts - BOS - 52 Doubles, 33 HR, 111 RBI, .309/.384/.555, His Best Season https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/91758/2019/1/2019
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26. 1959 Frank Bolling , 2b DET - 1e11 2b with a solid .341 OBP
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27. 1967 Orlando Cepeda STL NL MVP. .325 25 Hr https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/31934/1660/1/60
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28. 1873 Deacon White C Boston Red Stockings AB 311, lead league with 77 RBIs BA .392, 19 SB. Lead league in games played (all 60).
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29. 1948 Gene Hermanski, BKN, 7R Balance, LF/RF-3(-1)e10, Great platoon option for Golden Age 40s/50s Brooklyn Dodgers, who are weak in left field and in need of more LH power in general
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30. 1975 George Scott 1B-1e15, MIL - LHB/4R - .285/.341/.515/.856 - 36 HR & 109 RBI lead the AL - Gold Glove winner https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/740794/1670/1/70
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31. 1997 Mike Lansing MON, 2B- 2e11, 1L, .281/.338/.472. Gives MON a better 2B. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3692/1690/1/90
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32. 1922 Carson Bigbee PIT LF-1/CF-1/RF-1 .350/.405/.471 Stealing-A
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33. 1970 Ken Henderson, Switch hitting OFer, Giants .294 17 88 .394 .460 .854 Career highs in R, 2B, BA, BB, OBP, SB & OPS. Near career high in H, HR RBI, SLG & OPS+. 2(-2)e12 at all 3 OF positions. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/735212/1670/1/70
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34. 1990 Cal Ripken Bal SS All Time record for fewest errors at SS! only 3. shame his All Time year isn't in the set? hit over 20 doubles and 20 HR's also. and as always bulletproof so no wasted bench cap space on a backup.
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35. 1933 Jimmie Foxx PHA 1B .356/.449/.703 48 HR 163 RBI MVP
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36. 1928 Shanty Hogan NYG. C .333/.406./.477. Always nice to have a catcher that can get on base. He was 8th in the MVP voting that season. No card on Strat.
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37. 2018 Edwin Diaz SEA RP. 57 saves. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/93530/2018/1/2018
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38. 1983 Lloyd Moseby. 31 doubles, 18 homers, 27 stolen bases .315/.376/.499. 1983 was the best year for Moseby and would be an improvement over his 2 current ATG cards. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/838552/1680/1/80
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39. 1963 Albie Pearson, .304 BA, .402 OBP, 2's across the OF. Much-needed budget-priced LH CF with speed and glove. Starting AL CF in '63 ASG. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/39358/1660/1/60
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40. 1997 Mike Stanton LHRP L-6L 2.57era/1.26 whip; no card need more modern era lefty relievers, played for 19 seasons. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3371/1690/1/90
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41. 1931 Lu Blue CWS 1B 726 PA (probably bullet proof) .304BA .430 OBP
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42. 1999 Jeff Bagwell Hou 1b .304/.454/.591 42 hrs 30 sb 149bb 162 games played https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/3581/1690/1/90
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43. 1996 Reggie Jefferson, 1B/LF, Bats L, Red Sox .347 19 74 .388 .593 .981. Career highs in BA, TR, HR, RBI, SLG, OPS, OPS+. Near career highs in R, H, 2B, BB, TB. 5R. Professional hitter, similar to Mike Easler. .300 career BA. No card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/2787/1690/1/90
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44. 1963 Elston Howard, C. AL MVP. .287/.342/.528. 5 errors and 8 passed balls in 132 games for AL champions. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/35630/1660/1/60
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45. 1976 Thurman Munson, C, NYY. AL MVP that year. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/738637/1670/1/70
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46. 2005 Billy Wagner RP PHI better version of 2004 Wagner. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/1062/1700/1/120
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47. 2019 Alex Bregman Astros, 3rd base, .296, .423 ob, 41 HR, 112 RBI, Led league in walks, AS, SS and 2nd in MVP. Astros need more hitters. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/93572/2019/1/2019
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48. 2006 Raul Ibanez, SEA, .289/.353/.516, 33 HR, 123 RBI, 5R Balance, LF-4(0)e2, Longest Tenured Mariner with No card. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/547/1700/1/120
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49. 2019 Juan Soto LF Washington nationals. .282 / .401 /.548 34 hrs https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/94202/2019/1/2019
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50. 2017 Nelson Cruz. DH/RF. 39 HRs. 119 RBI (led league). .924 OPS. 7-time all star who has one card in the deck that is a platoon card with a high injury chance. This one is more indicative of his peak performance. https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/268/2017/1/2017
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22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 12, 2022 3:38 pm

Greetings,

Poll is up for the 22.3 new card add.

Andy's Strat Stats posted at the link below. Please take time to check them out before voting.

viewtopic.php?f=25&p=5859853#p5859853

Thanks,
Bill
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostWed Aug 17, 2022 10:14 pm

Of the 50 choices we vote for, how many will be submitted to Strat-O-Matic for inclusion in the roster of available player cards? 15? 25?
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostThu Aug 18, 2022 7:01 am

murphy3 wrote:Of the 50 choices we vote for, how many will be submitted to Strat-O-Matic for inclusion in the roster of available player cards? 15? 25?


The top 25 get in.
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostThu Aug 18, 2022 7:38 pm

I guess managers who play in team theme leagues must really like the combination of...

Jose Vidro
Danny Espinosa
Ron Hunt
and Rodney Scott

for the Montreal Expos.


Lansing is a 1 defensively with .472 SLG.
How / why does he have only 14 votes?
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 19, 2022 7:22 am

The card viewer has Lansing as a 2e11 in 1997, but he would still be a nice addition for the Expos at second base.
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 19, 2022 10:56 am

A few things to consider and to inform our votes as we move into the weekend:

2019 Austin Meadows is going to be added by a Barnstormers Finalist; in other words, he will be added whether we vote him in or not (save your votes).

2019 Juan Soto was a holdover from earlier balloting. When 2021 seasons move into the eligible column, his 2021 destroys this 2019 card. It's still a good card, but 2021 will make the Soto aficionados much happier. Nominate that card when available.

1964 Curt Simmons. My friend Thomas nominated Simmons, looking for a strong Cardinals card to honor Simmons' work with the early 60's Redbirds. His 1963 card is much stronger; my humble suggestion is to get 1963 nominated and voted in.
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 19, 2022 1:47 pm

Can we not have the option to vote on Barnstormer's picks for our next voting?

I don't see any reason to vote on them if they're going to added anyway.

Put those wasted votes into Mike Lansing. :lol:
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 19, 2022 1:51 pm

The card viewer has Lansing as a 2e11 in 1997, but he would still be a nice addition for the Expos at second base.


Either way, he would help the Expos.
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostFri Aug 19, 2022 1:54 pm

visick wrote:Can we not have the option to vote on Barnstormer's picks for our next voting?

I don't see any reason to vote on them if they're going to added anyway.

Put those wasted votes into Mike Lansing. :lol:


recent development, after poll was opened up.
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Re: 22.3 Voting Now Open!

PostSat Aug 20, 2022 10:29 am

I don't see why we shouldn't vote for Soto just because we know 2021 is a better card. Right now we have other nominations that are of players that already have better cards in ATG. I won't name them because it is unfair to try to discourage people from voting for their nominations. I use cheaper versions of players with expensive cards. That Soto could be useful in 60-100 million leagues so I don't see why we shouldn't want that card.
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