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    1. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Babe Ruth
    2. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens -
    3. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - OF Willie Mays
    4. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - OF Ted Williams
    5. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - C Josh Gibson
    6. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Walter Johnson
    7. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Ty Cobb
    8. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Lefty Grove
    9. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SP Cy Young
    10. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SP Roger Clemens
    11. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens -
    12. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SP Pedro Martinez
    13. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SP Randy Johnson
    14. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens -
    15. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SP Sandy Koufax
    16. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SP Satchel Paige
    17. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - 1B Lou Gehrig
    18. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Christy Mathewson
    19. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SS Honus Wagner
    20. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SS Alex Rodriguez
    21. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - OF Mickey Mantle
    22. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 3B Mike Schmidt
    23. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Tom Seaver
    24. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Yaz
    25. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 3B Wade Boggs
    26. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Greg Maddux
    27. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SP Bob Gibson
    28. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - 2B Rogers Hornsby
    29. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - OF Mike Trout
    30. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - RP Mariano Rivera
    31. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - C Johnny Bench
    32. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Warren Spahn
    33. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - 1B Jimmie Foxx
    34. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - OF Rickey Henderson
    35. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - RP Billy Wagner
    36. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 1B Albert Pujols
    37. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SS Cal Ripken, Jr
    38. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - 2B Joe Morgan
    39. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - P Dennis Eckersley
    40. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SP Nolan Ryan
    41. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - 3B George Brett
    42. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Clayton Kershaw
    43. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - 2B Eddie Collins
    44. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - OF Ken Griffey Jr
    45. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - OF Roberto Clemente
    46. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 1B Miguel Cabrera
    47. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - 3B Eddie Mathews
    48. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 2B Jackie Robinson
    49. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - C Carlton Fisk
    50. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Steve Carlton
    51. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 2B Roberto Alomar
    52. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Trevor Hoffman
    53. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Rollie Fingers
    54. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Goose Gossage
    55. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - 3B Brooks Robinson
    56. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - OF Frank Robinson
    57. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - OF Joe DiMaggio
    58. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - OF Al Kaline
    59. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - 2B Rod Carew
    60. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Reggie Jackson
    61. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Vladimir Guerrero
    62. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SS Robin Yount
    63. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - C Ivan Rodriguez
    64. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Hoyt Wilhelm
    65. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Pete Alexander
    66. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Tris Speaker
    67. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Eddie Plank
    68. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Tom Glavine
    69. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - C Yogi Berra
    70. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - RP John Franco
    71. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - C Gary Carter
    72. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - RP Lee Smith
    73. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - RP Jonathan Papelbon
    74. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - RP Craig Kimbrel
    75. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SS Barry Larkin
    76. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SP Carl Hubbell
    77. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Aroldis Chapman
    78. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - RP Bruce Sutter
    79. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - 1B Johnny Mize
    80. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Max Scherzer
    81. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - 3B Adrian Beltre
    82. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SP Kid Nichols
    83. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Chris Sale
    84. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SP Bert Blyleven
    85. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 3B Paul Molitor
    86. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Johan Santana
    87. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 3B Chipper Jones
    88. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SS Ernie Banks
    89. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - 2B Nap Lajoie
    90. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SP Jim Palmer
    91. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Ichiro Suzuki
    92. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - 1B Hank Greenberg
    93. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Francisco Rodriguez
    94. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - RP Troy Percival
    95. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SP Stephen Strasburg
    96. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Carlos Beltran
    97. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - MGR Joe McCarthy
    98. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - P John Smoltz
    99. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 2B Craig Biggio
    100. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Jesse Orosco
    101. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Kent Tekulve
    102. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - RP Rob Nen
    103. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Pete Rose
    104. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Tom Henke
    105. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Joe Nathan
    106. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SS Alan Trammell
    107. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - RP Tom Gordon or Flash Gordon
    108. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SP Roy Halladay
    109. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SS Lou Boudreau
    110. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - 1B Jeff Bagwell
    111. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - SP Curt Schilling
    112. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - OF Mel Ott
    113. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - 2B Lou Whitaker
    114. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - MGR John McGraw
    115. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - 2B - Bill Mazeroski
    116. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - C Joe Mauer
    117. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SS Ozzie Smith
    118. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 1B Frank Thomas
    119. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - OF/1B Larry Walker
    120. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Dwight Evans
    121. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - P Old Hoss Radbourn
    122. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - 3B Ron Santo
    123. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - RP John Wetteland
    124. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - SP Whitey Ford
    125. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Willie Hernandez
    126. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - C Roy Campanella
    127. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - RP Jeff Reardon
    128. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - SP Justin Verlander
    129. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos -MGR Connie Mack
    130. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - 1B David Ortiz
    131. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - SS Luis Aparicio
    132. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - SP Luis Tiant
    133. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - OF Shoeless Joe Jackson
    134. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - C Gene Tenace
    135. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - OF Devon White
    136. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - 1B Mark McGwire
    137. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Firpo Marberry
    138. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Tony Gwynn
    139. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - OF Manny Ramirez
    140. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP BJ Ryan
    141. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - C Bill Dickey
    142. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - MGR Terry Francona
    143. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - MGR Tony LaRussa
    144. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 3B/OF Harmon Killebrew
    145. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 2B Ryne Sandberg
    146. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - RP Bobby Shantz
    147. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - RP Huston Street
    148. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - 2B Charlie Gehringer
    149. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - MGR Joe Torre
    150. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - SS Omar Vizquel
    151. Dr Pepper - Brooklyn Dodgers - 1B Jim Thome
    152. Vegeta - Hanshin Tigers - RP Elroy Face
    153. tinyzombies - Montreal Expos - RP Sparky Lyle
    154. sarge88 - Prospect Hill A's - C Mike Piazza
    155. Bogart - Toledo Mud Hens - RP John Hiller
    156. Fenway - Boston Red Sox - 1B Willie McCovey
     
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  2. Bogart Here's lookin at you, kid

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    Rules

    The time windows will be tight but reasonable.
    24 hour clock for round 1
    then 12 hour clock for round 2
    then 10 hour clock for rounds 3-6
    then 8 hour clock for rounds 7-26.​

    The ATD will start on January 2nd. I'll post the draft order January 1st. The clock will start at 8 AM on the 2nd, although you can start early. There will be 25 players and a manager on each team.

    We are pleased to present the all-time draft - Baseball Edition.

    The format is quite simple. A drafting order will be randomly generated. This draft order will reverse every second round (snake draft).

    Each team will draft a complete roster, with a total of 25 players and one manager (grand total of 26 draft picks). Each team should have a starter at each position (1B, 2B, SS, 3B, CF, RF, LF, C), as well as a full starting rotation of 5 and a closer. There will also be no DH included within the rosters.

    The playoffs will behave in this fashion after regular season concludes.

    1 vs 8
    2 vs 7
    3 vs 6
    4 vs 5

    Rules

    1. Don't mention undrafted players. If quoting a source about a player you’re drafting, simply substitute the undrafted player with XXXX XXXX.

    2. The time limit changes throughout the draft. This will be how it runs:

    Rounds 1-2: 12 Hour Clock
    Rounds 3-4: 10 Hour Clock
    Rounds 5-26: 8 Hour Clock

    If you are not sure whether you will be available to make your pick within the allotted time, please send a list of players to someone who will be there for that time. This way the draft can progress nicely.

    3. You MUST send a private message to the next GM to alert them that it is their turn. This is mandatory and it is crucial to the draft going smoothly. You should also change your board preferences so that you receive an email when you receive a PM. Many have found that this ensures that when it's your turn, you know as soon as possible.

    4. Please be advised that it is MANDATORY to vote if you expect to participate in the next All-Time Draft. Put some effort into it. It's only fair that the best team wins. You can make your votes based on whatever criteria are important to you, but we are all expected to have an open mind and listen to the arguments for why each roster is better.

    5. The draft is 26 rounds long. Each team will make 26 picks with one player at each position and one manager alongside extra bench players.

    6. When making a pick, you should be posting at least three lines about the player. This can be in your own words or copied and pasted from a cited source. This is done for a couple of reasons: 1) To prove that you know something about him/have researched him. 2) To show the other GMs why this is a good pick.

    Co-Gm's are allowed and encouraged. No more than 2 GM's to a team though.

    A manager who also played as a player, must only be selected as one or the other. This means certain athletes could be selected twice in this draft by either the same or a different team in such cases.

    If you select a player who played most of his career at let's say 1B but played for 2 years at LF, and choose him to play left field. You can draft him for either position...however...this will downgrade the players ability. Its a risk that you can make but you have a better chance of winning if you have everyone at there natural position.

    You will need to have at least 1 Manager, 1 C, 1 1B, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 LF, 1 CF, 1 RF, 5 SP, 3 RP including 1 closer. No DH. And again like the position players, if you move a reliever to a starter or vice versa, then that will affect how effective your player will be.

    FOR PLAYOFFS IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED THAT VOTING IS DONE REGULARLY and if you want to stay for another Baseball ATD then it is a good idea to vote because it will give us the mindset that you care about the draft and not just your team.

    Past Winners

    Runner up

    1st Edition: Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)/BintZ (New York Mets)
    2nd Edition: Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)/Chaosrevolver (Brooklyn Dodgers)
    3rd Edition: Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)/Ranger Wolf (New York Highlanders)
    4th Edition: Chaosrevolver (Chicago Cubs)/Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)
    5th Edition: UL Washington (Brooklyn Superbas)/Pwnasaurus (Pittsburgh Crawfords)
    6th Edition: Gootie (Chicago Whales)/Modo (Yomiuri Giants)
    7th Edition: UL Washington (Chicago Orphans)/Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)
    8th Edition: Darko (New York Yankees)/Pwnasaurus (St. Louis Cardinals)
    9th Edition: UL Washington (Cleveland Naps)/le_sean (Montreal Royals)

    Negro League vs. Major Leaguers (4-6 MLB players)
    32 – 20 (.615)

    Negro League vs. Major Leaguers (7+ MLB players)
    64 – 78 (.451)

    Negro Leagues vs. Major Leagues Baseball Fever
     
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    The Boston Red Sox try to rectify a mistake made 100 years ago select

    GEORGE HERMAN RUTH

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    Barry Bonds

    All Time Leader with: 762 Home runs, 2558 Walks, 688 Intentional walks.


    Slash Line:
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    • 14x All-Star
    • 8x Gold Glove
    • 12x Silver Slugger
    • 2x Batting Title
    • 3x ML PoY
    • 7x MVP
     
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    Prospect Hill Selects

    CF Willie Mays
     
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    Ted Williams - say no more
     
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    The Hanshin Tigers are thrilled to select C Josh Gibson.
     
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    Brooklyn selects

    SP - Walter Johnson

    and

    CF - Ty Cobb
     
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    The Hanshin Tigers select sp Lefty Grove.
     
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    Montreal has somehow persuaded 6-2, 210 righthander Cy Young to join the Expos.


    "What very few batters knew was that I had two curves. One of them sailed in there as hard as my fastball and broke in reverse. It was a narrow curve that broke away from the batter and went in just like a fastball. The other was a wide break." - Cy Young
     
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    RHP Roger Clemens
     
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    "Boxing legend Muhammad Ali once called Hank Aaron “The only man I idolize more than myself ” and in 1970, Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle said “As far as I’m concerned, Aaron is the best baseball player of my era. He is to baseball the last 15 years what Joe DiMaggio was before him. He’s never received the credit he’s due.”
    Hank Aaron grew from humble beginnings in Mobile, Alabama, passed through the sandlots with brief stops in the Negro Leagues and the minor leagues before he settled in with the Braves where he ultimately became one of baseball’s most iconic figures. He was a consistent producer both at the plate and in the field, reaching the .300 mark in batting 14 times, 30 home runs 15 times, 90 RBI 16 times and captured three Gold Glove Awards en-route to 25 All-Star appearances. Phillies and Cardinals pitcher Curt Simmons said “Trying to sneak a pitch past Hank Aaron is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster.”
    Nineteen fifty-seven was arguably Hank Aaron’s best season. He hit .322 that year with 44 home runs and 132 RBI, captured the National League MVP Award and led the Braves to their first World Series Championship since 1914." Hank Aaron
     
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    The Boston Red Sox select

    SP Pedro Martinez
    SP Randy Johnson
     
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    "Stan Musial hit the ball the wrong way.
    Corkscrew stance. Off-balance follow-through. Inside-out swing.
    But Stan Musial played baseball the right way. Few who saw the Cardinals’ legend in person thought a better ballplayer existed. More than half a century after his retirement, Musial remains the face of a Cardinals’ franchise he helped turn into a dynasty.
    Born Nov. 21, 1920 in Donora, Pa., Stanley Frank Musial began his pro baseball career as a left-handed pitcher in 1938 after signing with the Cardinals. But while playing the outfield due to a shortage of players, Musial permanently damaged his left shoulder while diving for a ball.
    Musial’s manager, Dickey Kerr, suggested that Musial turn to hitting – based on the fact that Musial hit .352 in his part-time outfield duty in 1940. The next year, Musial sailed through the vast Cardinals’ minor league system before hitting .426 in a late-season call-up with St. Louis.
    In 1942, Musial hit .315 as the Cardinals’ everyday left-fielder – one of only two times he’d dip under the .320 mark in his first 12 full big league seasons. The Cardinals won the World Series that year, and the next season Musial won his first of three NL Most Valuable Player awards for leading the Cards back to the World Series, where they lost to the Yankees." Stan Musial
     
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    LHP Sandy Koufax
     
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    Leroy "Satchel" Paige
    6-3, 180

    According to Bill James, I now have two of the four greatest pitchers to ever live (and he said Cy Young first as he was making his list..)?

    Bill James goes even further, making the argument that Paige is quite possibly the greatest to ever toe the rubber:

    "So what you have, in Satchel Paige, is a great fastball, great control, a tremendous change, a great understanding of how to pitch, intelligence, determination, absolute composure—and a forty-year career… I think that Satchel deserves to rank, with Cy Young, Lefty Grove, and Walter Johnson, as the guys that you talk about when you’re trying to figure out who was the greatest that ever lived."

    A Statistical Look into Satchel Paige's Dominance
     
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    I gave sarge88 my list in case you guys motor tomorrow morning. I’m gonna be busy.
     
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    The Hanshin Tigers select 1b Lou Gehrig
     
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    My son is visiting tomorrow. I'll give Dr Pepper a list tomorrow. We're on a 12 hour clock. If a guy's clock expires, you can pick.
     
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    SP - Christy Mathewson

    SS - Honus Wagner
     
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    The Hanshin Tigers select SS Alex Rodriguez.
     
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    3B Mike Schmidt
     
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    "Perhaps no single player is identified more with one team than “The Franchise” Tom Seaver is with the New York Mets. Seaver helped turn the Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. Hall of Fame outfielder and Mets broadcaster Ralph Kiner recalled “Tom Seaver was the driving force behind the players, always pushing the team to be better than they were, never letting them settle.”
    In 1969, the Mets captured their first World Series championship behind the powerful right arm of “Tom Terrific.” Seaver took home his first National League Cy Young Award that year, leading the major leagues in victories with 25, which accounted for one quarter of the Mets’ wins. Teammate Cleon Jones said “Tom does everything well. He’s the kind of man you’d want your kids to grow up to be like. Tom’s a studious player, devoted to his profession, a loyal cat, trustworthy - everything a Boy Scout’s supposed to be. In fact, we call him ‘Boy Scout.’ ” One year later, Seaver tied a major league record, striking out 19 San Diego Padres including a record 10 consecutive to end the game.
    Seaver was an intelligent pitcher who brought great velocity and pinpoint control with him to the mound. Hall of Famer Hank Aaron said Tom Seaver was “the toughest pitcher I’ve ever faced.” In an ESPN poll, Hall of Famers XXX all said Tom Seaver was the best pitcher of their generation." Tom Seaver
     
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