ATD Finals: Hanshin vs. Prospect Hill

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    Hanshin Tigers

    Manager: Joe Torre

    Lineup

    1. Ty Cobb (L) 168 OPS+
    2. Mike Trout (R) 176 OPS+
    3. Babe Ruth (L) 206 OPS+
    4. Jimmie Foxx (R) 163 OPS+
    5. Alex Rodriguez (R) 140 OPS +
    6. Chipper Jones (S) 141 OPS+
    7. Yogi Berra (L) 125 OPS+
    8. Joe Morgan (L) 132 OPS+
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    Average OPS+ 156

    Defense

    C Yogi Berra
    1B Jimmie Foxx
    2B Joe Morgan
    3B Chipper Jones
    SS Alex Rodriguez
    LF Ty Cobb
    CF Mike Trout
    RF Babe Ruth
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    Bench

    C Mickey Cochrane
    1B Hank Greenberg
    2B Charlie Gehringer
    3B Brooks Robinson
    SS Alan Trammell


    Starters

    1. Roger Clemens (R) 143 ERA+
    2. Satchel Paige (R) ??? ERA +
    3. Bob Gibson (R) 127 ERA +
    4. Eddie Plank (L) 122 ERA+
    5. Tom Glavine (L) 118 ERA+
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    Average ERA+ 128 (Excluding Paige)

    Bullpen

    Closer Rollie Fingers (R)
    Set Up (L) Aroldis Chapman
    Set Up (R) Craig Kimbrel
    Short Sparky Lyle (L)
    Short Joe Nathan (R)
    Medium Roy Face
    Long Whitey Ford (L)



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    Prospect Hill A’s

    By Round

    Manager Earl Weaver

    1. Barry Bonds - LF
    2. Josh Gibson - C
    3. Randy Johnson - SP
    4. Pedro Martinez
    5. Nolan Ryan
    6. Cal Ripken Jr.
    7. Ken Griffey Jr.
    8. Albert Pujols
    9. Clayton Kershaw
    10. George Brett
    11. Vladimir Guerrero
    12. Roberto Alomar Jr.
    13. Francisco Rodriguez
    14. John Franco
    15. Curt Schilling
    16. John Smoltz
    17. David Ortiz
    18. Rod Carew
    19. Jonathan Papelbon
    20. Troy Percival
    21. Chipper Jones
    22. Lou Whittaker
    23. Manny Ramirez
    24. Yadier Molina
    25. Lou Brock



    Lineup

    1. Roberto Alomar Jr.
    2. Ken Griffey Jr. - CF
    3. Barry Bonds - LF
    4. Albert Pujols - 1B
    5. Vladimir Guerrero - RF
    6. Josh Gibson
    7. George Brett - 3B
    8. Cal Ripken Jr.
    9.

    Bench

    1B/2B - Rod Carew
    1B/PH - David Ortiz
    3B/LF - Chipper Jones
    2B - Lou Whittaker
    OF - Manny Ramirez
    C - Yadier Molina
    OF - Lou Brock

    Rotation

    1. Randy Johnson
    2. Pedro Martinez
    3. Nolan Ryan
    4. Clayton Kershaw
    5. Curt Schilling

    Bullpen

    Closer - Francisco Rodriguez
    LHR - John Franco
    RHP - John Smoltz
    RHP - Jonathan Papelbon
    RHP - Troy Percival
     
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    Lineups are both greats, but I give the edge to my Tigers

    The A's might have a slightly better starting staff, but the bullpens are the biggest gap imo. Hanshin has more arms, and multiple guys with closing experience.
     
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    Game 1: Clemens throws 9 strikeouts and Ruth hits a dinger. Hanshin wins.
    Game 2: Pedro throws some nasty stuff and Bonds jacks one. The A's tie it up.
    Game 3: Bob Gibson is one of the most clutch playoff pitchers of all time and FoXX mashes one with XX power. Hanshin wins to take the lead.
    Game 4: Lefty Kershaw leaves all his strength on the mound and Pujols smashes one 21st century style. The A's tie it up.
    Game 5. Clemens is looking mean and nasty Texas style and A-Rod homers. Hanshin takes the lead.
    Game 6: Pedro pretends he's in Fenway and Vlad hits a homer for Vlad, Jr. The A's tie it up.
    Game 7: Gibson and Ryan start. The game is tied 0-0 in the bottom of the 9th, Cobb and Trout each hit a double to score a run, and the game is over.

    Hanshin wins 4-3 in 7 games obviously.

    Congrats to both teams for an amazing series!​
     
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    Wow! I never expected to actually win one of these!

    Thanks so much to all of you for taking part in it! This has become an event that I look forward to every year. Honestly, the biggest reason I've come on to HF the past 7 years is to play this with you guys. Thank you Wrigs and Dr Pepper for continuing the legacy of the ATD.

    Good series sarge! You had a hell of a ball club.
     
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    Congratulations on a well deserved victory!
     
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