19.4 Nominations are Open!

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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostMon Jul 29, 2019 9:28 pm

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 11:04 am

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 11:19 am

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 11:32 am

Neshek cost me $100 in the all star game that year! :evil:
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 5:57 pm

2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 6:08 pm

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
13. 2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 7:20 pm

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
13. 2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
14. 1922 Reb Russell (yes, that Reb Russell) PIT RF 250 PA, .368/.423/.668 12 HR 75 RBI (prorates to 180 RBI in 600 PA).
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jul 31, 2019 12:15 am

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
13. 2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
14. 1922 Reb Russell (yes, that Reb Russell) PIT RF 250 PA, .368/.423/.668 12 HR 75 RBI (prorates to 180 RBI in 600 PA).
15. 1979 Pete Rose, Phillies, 1B, 163 games, .331 BA, .418 OBP, 15th place in NL MVP vote
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Re: 19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jul 31, 2019 12:36 am

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
13. 2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
14. 1922 Reb Russell (yes, that Reb Russell) PIT RF 250 PA, .368/.423/.668 12 HR 75 RBI (prorates to 180 RBI in 600 PA).
15. 1988 Mike Greenwell BOS LF - His best season. 2nd in MVP behind "Juiced" Canseco - .325/22/119 .946 OPS - 87 BBs v. 38 Ks ( Zero strikeouts on card!). Killer v. RHP 4R balance https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/834638/1680/1/80
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19.4 Nominations are Open!

PostWed Jul 31, 2019 9:19 am

Welcome to the 19.4 Nomination thread.

All MLB cards from 1871-2018 are eligible per Strat
(2018 cards are eligible starting with 19.4)

Our 19.4 parameters are as follows.
1. One nomination per member only
2. When we hit 40 unique nominations we will begin voting (after Andy posts card analysis)
3. We will have one poll of 50 cards; the top 23* will be added
4. Any ties for the 23rd spot will automatically be added in 20.1
5. Next "x" highest vote getters will get another shot in 20.1
6. Note: 250 PA/100 IP/50 IP minimums now in place

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

(*tied for 24th in 19.3 poll)
1997 Rusty Greer, TEX 27
2007 Russ Springer STL 27

The following 10 cards will be included in the 50-card 19.4 poll.

1941 Thornton Lee, White Sox, LHSP 24
1993 Mike Stanley NYY C 24
1972 Gary Nolan, Reds, RHSP 23
2009 Nick Punto, MIN 23
1954 Smoky Burgess, PHI C 23
1991 Otis Nixon - ATL OF 23
1969 Ollie Brown, SD 22
1998 Orlando Hernandez NYY 21
1989 Mickey Tettleton, Orioles, C 21
1985 Donnie Moore CAL RP 20

Thanks,
Bill

1. 2018 Blake Snell TB LHSP, AL Cy Young Winner, 21-5, 1.89, 0.974whip, 221k's, The Rays franchise needs this card!!!
2. 1930 Carl Reynolds, White Sox, RF/LF 2(-1)e12, CF 3. Bats R .359/.388/.584/.973 with 16 SBs, 22 HRs and 104 RBI, with career highs in PA, H, R, BA, TR (18!), HR, RBI, OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+ & TB. Only Sox legends Luke Appling, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Eddie Collins (twice) had a higher single season BA for the White Sox. Reynolds had blazing speed and was considered among the best OFers in the game, but was slowed by injuries after 1930. HOFer Al Simmons played for the Sox from 1933-35, but Reynolds' 1930 season was better than any of the 3 by Simmons. Reynolds finished his 13 year big league career with a .302 career BA. He has just one lousy $1.34 mil card with the 1934 Red Sox.
3.1946 Roy Cullenbine Detroit 335/477/537 1.014 (200 points better than his only card). 175 OPS+ 1B, LF, RF Major league leader in consecutive games with a walk (22).
4. 1992 Curt Schilling P PHI. He spent most of his time in Philadelphia and should have a card there. 1992 saw a career best ERA, H/9 and HR/9. Low K totals should keep his salary down and this card can both start and relieve.
5. 1969 Mack Jones - The starting left fielder and darling of the expansion Montreal Expos, Jones hit a three-run home run and two-run triplein an 8–7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the Expos' first home victory as a franchise at Jarry Park. Jones' blast was also the first MLB home run hit outside the United States. Jones was so popular in Montreal that the left-field bleachers in Jarry Park were nicknamed "Jonesville." It's a shame that he currently has no card in ATG.
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF IBB DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
135 455 73 123 23 5 22 79 6 7 67 110 15 1 4 8 11 .270 .379 .488 .867
6. 1974 Bill Buckner - .314/.348/.412 2R balance. *18, 1-15 running. I did have another nomination in mind, but with Buckner's recent passing this became a priority for me. We need a card that represents Buckner when he could still run, and was an awesome fielder in LF!
7. 1993 Tony Phillips Detroit LF, CF, RF 2B, 3B Only top 20 MVP finish 313/443/398. Far better card then his two current cards
8. 1926 Les Bell St Louis Cards 3B .325/.383/.518 finished 6th in MVP voting, 33 doubles/14 triples/ 17 HRs, 137 ops+, rh hitter
9. 2001 Matt Morris, St Louis Cardinals, SP, 3.16 ERA, 1.257 WHIP, 3rd in Cy Young voting, would be a valuable addition to EXP Cardinal franchise teams
10. 2018 Jacob deGrom NYM SP 10-8, 1.70 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, NL Cy Young Award winner. In franchise mode, would make an already tough Mets rotation downright scary with Seaver, Gooden, Harvey, Koosman, Dickey et al.
11. 1980 Rudy May - 15-5 2.47 1.05 WHIP. 7R balance, tough on righties. Would add a nice backward lefty card, and a great 5 man rotation option.
12. 2014 Pat Neshek, StL, RH RP. 7-2, 1.87 ERA, 6 saves. 67.1 IP, .787 WHIP, 195 ERA+. still active - has played with 7 teams. Quality RP representative of this modern era.
13. 2014 Jordan Zimmermann Wash, RH SP 2.66 ERA 1.07 WHIP 182 K 199.2 IP
14. 1922 Reb Russell (yes, that Reb Russell) PIT RF 250 PA, .368/.423/.668 12 HR 75 RBI (prorates to 180 RBI in 600 PA).
15. 1988 Mike Greenwell BOS LF - His best season. 2nd in MVP behind "Juiced" Canseco - .325/22/119 .946 OPS - 87 BBs v. 38 Ks ( Zero strikeouts on card!). Killer v. RHP 4R balance https://365.strat-o-matic.com/player/834638/1680/1/80
16.1979 Pete Rose, Phillies, 1B, 163 games, .331 BA, .418 OBP, 15th place in NL MVP vote (clayface9)
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