ATD R1 Matchup: Prospect Hill vs. Louisville

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    Prospect Hill A’s

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    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



    --vs--




    Louisville Sluggers

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    Manager: Joe McCarthy

    Lineup

    1. R Rickey Henderson - 127 OPS+, 1406 SBs
    2. S Mickey Mantle - 172 OPS+
    3. L Stan Musial - 159 OPS+
    4. L Mel Ott - 155 OPS+
    5. R Nap Lajoie - 150 OPS+
    6. L Eddie Mathews - 143 OPS+
    7. R Johnny Bench - 126 OPS+
    8. R Robin Yount - 115 OPS+
    --------------------------------
    AVERAGE OPS+ = 143

    Defense

    C Johnny Bench
    1B Stan Musial
    2B Nap Lajoie
    3B Eddie Mathews
    SS Robin Yount
    LF Rickey Henderson
    CF Mickey Mantle
    RF Mel Ott

    Bench

    C R Mike Piazza - 142 OPS+
    1B R Cap Anson - 142 OPS+
    2B L Eddie Collins - 141 OPS+
    3B R Adrian Beltre - 116 OPS+
    SS S George Davis - 121 OPS+​
    OF/PH/PR L Tris Speaker - 157 OPS+


    Starters

    1. R Walter Johnson - 147 ERA+, Ruth .280 BA
    2. L Lefty Grove - 148 ERA+, Ruth .316 BA
    3. R Tom Seaver - 127 ERA+, Aaron .220 BA
    4. L Steve Carlton - 115 ERA+
    5. R Phil Niekro - 115 ERA+
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    AVERAGE ERA+ 130

    Bullpen

    Closer R Goose Gossage - 4th in RP JAWS
    Short L Bobby Shantz - 5th in RP JAWS
    Short R "Flash" Gordon - 6th in RP JAWS
    Medium R Firpo Marberry - 7th in RP JAWS
    Medium L John Hiller - 8th in RP JAWS
    Long R Hoyt Wilhelm - 3rd in RP JAWS

    AVERAGE RP JAWS RATING - 5TH​
     
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    1. R Rickey Henderson - 127 OPS+, 1406 SBs 1. Roberto Alomar Jr. 116
    2. S Mickey Mantle - 172 OPS+ or L Tris Speaker - 157 OPS+ 2. Ken Griffey Jr. - CF 136
    3. L Stan Musial - 159 OPS+ 3. Barry Bonds - LF 182
    4. L Mel Ott - 155 OPS+ 4. Albert Pujols - 1B 147
    5. R Nap Lajoie - 150 OPS+ 5. Vladimir Guerrero - RF 140
    6. L Eddie Mathews - 143 OPS+ 6. Josh Gibson ?
    7. R Johnny Bench - 126 OPS+ 7. George Brett - 3B 135
    8. R Robin Yount - 115 OPS+ 8. Cal Ripken Jr. 112

    1. R Walter Johnson - 147 ERA+, Ruth .280 BA 1. Randy Johnson 135
    2. L Lefty Grove - 148 ERA+, Ruth .316 BA 2. Pedro Martinez 154
    3. R Tom Seaver - 127 ERA+, Aaron .220 BA 3. Nolan Ryan 112

    I'm using a 4 man rotation and Niekro will be my Long 1. Johnson, Grove (2 best ever), and Seaver will each pitch 2 games and Carlton will pitch game 4. I have the 2 best knuckleballers ever Niekro and Wilhelm as my Longs and Goose Gossage will be my Closer. I have 6 of the top 8 RPs all time in my bullpen according to RP JAWS. My pitching staff will be caught by Johnny Bench the best MLB catcher ever.

    Henderson is the best lead off hitter ever and Mantle is the best switch hitter ever. Tris Speaker (9th in WAR among all players, 157 OPS+, 436 Stolen Bases) is my 4th Outfielder, pinch hitter, and pinch runner.

    Joe McCarthy is considered the best manager ever. He won 7 World Series, 9 Pennants, 2,125 games, and has a .615 winning %.

    Good luck to Prospect Hill!
     
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    To start.....I lost track and selected Chipper Jones after he was already taken...so please disregard him on my roster.

    ****EDIT: I selected Sammy Sosa to correct the mistake above.

    My rotation is stocked with power arms in RJ, Nolan Ryan, Pedro and Schilling -- who will be my 4 playoff starters. Kershaw would be used if anyone falters early or in long relief. Smoltz is another mid/long man and then Percival, Papelbon and K-Rod would be my 7th, 8th and 9th inning guys respectively with Myers serving as a lefty specialist.

    As for my lineup....like everyone else, it's stocked with talent and production.

    Alomar Jr. - Career .300 hitter with over 2,700 hits and 1,500 runs scored starts things off

    Griffey Jr. - over 600 HR and 1,800 RBI with a .538 SLG% bats second.

    Barry Bonds - is about as good a hitter as there ever was bats 3rd.

    Pujols - another 600+ HR hitter with over 2,000 RBI bats cleanup

    Vlad Guerrero - with over 2,500 hits and 400+ HR bats 5th

    Josh Gibson - bats 6th

    George Brett - and his 3,000+ hits and .305 avg is 7th

    Cal Ripken - bats 8th


    I feel my bench is as good as can be:

    1B/2B - Rod Carew - Career OBP of .393 and over 3,000 hits

    1B/PH - David Ortiz - The most clutch playoff hitter ever

    2B - Lou Whittaker - Solid, dependable and productive

    OF - Manny Ramirez - Would be a #3/4 hitter if this draft had even one more team, IMO

    C - Yadier Molina - one of the best ever

    OF - Lou Brock - +3,000 hits and 1,600 runs and will be a pinch runner

    OF - Sammy Sosa - +600 HR, +1,600 RBI
     
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    Prospect Hill takes this one in 6.

    Congrats!
     
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