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Junior Is On Fire   Replays and Great Games Played

Started Oct-13 by ccapbafan; 883 views.
ccapbafan

From: ccapbafan

Oct-13

I usually like to do my replays in blocks of games, playing all of the games between two teams, then moving on to do the same with two other teams, etc.

So for 1963 I randomly have the Dodgers and the Giants to kick things off. (That worked out well.)

Check this out after the nine games at Candlestick. I use DH:

NL
Name              Team      AB   R    H   RBI   3B   HR   BB   SO   SB     BA    SLG    OBP
===========================================================================================
GILLIAM, JIM      DOD       38   9   20    10    1    1    6    3    0   .526   .711   .591
CEPEDA, ORLANDO   GIA       34   5   12     8    0    2    3    3    0   .353   .588   .395
HOWARD, FRANK     DOD       35   8   12    11    0    4    3    7    0   .343   .743   .410
KUENN, HARVEY     GIA       41   4   13     1    1    0    2    3    1   .317   .463   .349
MAYS, WILLIE      GIA       35   5   10     4    0    2    3    6    0   .286   .600   .342
MCCOVEY, WILLIE   GIA       36   6   10     8    1    2    1    7    0   .278   .528   .308
DAVIS, TOMMY      DOD       41   4   11     6    0    2    2    4    0   .268   .439   .302
MCMULLEN, KEN     DOD       34   5    9     3    0    1    4    7    0   .265   .382   .342
WILLS, MAURY      DOD       35   6    9     4    0    0   10    4    4   .257   .286   .422
BAILEY, ED        GIA       26   3    6     5    0    2    9    4    0   .231   .538   .429
PAGAN, JOSE       GIA       35   4    8     2    0    0    0    5    1   .229   .257   .250
DAVENPORT, JIM    GIA       36   1    7     0    0    0    1    9    0   .194   .222   .216
ALOU, FELIPE      GIA       37   4    7     3    1    0    0   12    0   .189   .297   .211
SKOWRON, BILL     DOD       11   2    2     0    0    0    1    1    0   .182   .182   .250
ROSEBORO, JOHN    DOD       39   4    7     4    1    1    1    3    0   .179   .308   .195
HILLER, CHUCK     GIA       39   6    7     3    0    1    1    3    0   .179   .282   .220
MOON, WALLY       DOD       24   4    4     8    1    2    6    2    0   .167   .500   .333
DAVIS, WILLIE     DOD       38   5    5     0    0    0    2    3    0   .132   .158   .175
FAIRLY, RON       DOD       39   3    5     2    0    0    3    7    0   .128   .128   .190
===========================================================================================
                           653  88  164    82    6   20   58   93    6   .251   .403   .316

  • Edited October 13, 2017 11:52 pm  by  ccapbafan
Ganguy

From: Ganguy

Oct-14

Just curious... no doubles or did the column get left out in error?

In reply toRe: msg 2
ccapbafan

From: ccapbafan

Oct-14

The default for BallStat appears to leave them out but I know how to add that. Junior has two.

  • Edited October 14, 2017 1:38 am  by  ccapbafan
fuzzy522

From: fuzzy522

Oct-14

Just curious, why do you use a DH for 1963 ?? Fuzzy522

Canamcougars

From: Canamcougars

Oct-14

That just wrecked my day too Fuzzy!  :-)

Randy

fuzzy522

From: fuzzy522

Oct-14

Yes Randy it did LOL. Fuzzy522

ccapbafan

From: ccapbafan

Oct-14

It's one of the things I do to reduce as much as possible the number of strategic decisions to make during a game. I don't like having to try to pretend I don't know what the other team is going to do, when the other team is also me.

I always admired Junior.  But now that he's on 'roids, I don't know.  Diceroids, that is.

In reply toRe: msg 1
ccapbafan

From: ccapbafan

Oct-24

18 games in the books. Am I the only one who gets a kick out of regression to the mean? We all
know it's inevitable, but it's still cool to see it happen.

NL
Name              Team      AB    R    H   RBI   3B   HR   BB   SO   SB     BA    SLG    OBP
============================================================================================
GILLIAM, JIM      DOD       74   11   26    13    1    1    8    4    3   .351   .446   .410
CEPEDA, ORLANDO   GIA       70    8   24    10    1    2    3   10    0   .343   .486   .365
MCMULLEN, KEN     DOD       63    9   19    10    0    2    6   13    0   .302   .444   .380
WILLS, MAURY      DOD       73   11   22     5    0    0   14    4    7   .301   .342   .414
HOWARD, FRANK     DOD       66   10   19    16    0    5    6   14    0   .288   .561   .356
MAYS, WILLIE      GIA       67   10   19     9    0    4    8    9    2   .284   .567   .360
MCCOVEY, WILLIE   GIA       73   11   20    13    1    5    2   18    0   .274   .548   .299
KUENN, HARVEY     GIA       80   10   20     6    2    1    3   11    1   .250   .400   .277
SKOWRON, BILL     DOD       20    4    5     1    0    1    2    3    0   .250   .400   .318
BAILEY, ED        GIA       57    6   14     7    0    3   11   13    0   .246   .491   .368
DAVIS, WILLIE     DOD       70   10   16     6    2    0    3    9    2   .229   .343   .257
MOON, WALLY       DOD       46    6   10    10    1    2   11    7    0   .217   .391   .368
DAVIS, TOMMY      DOD       79    8   17     9    0    3    3    8    0   .215   .342   .244
ALOU, FELIPE      GIA       71    8   15     7    2    2    1   17    0   .211   .394   .233
ROSEBORO, JOHN    DOD       72    9   15     7    1    1    3    4    1   .208   .292   .237
FAIRLY, RON       DOD       74   11   15     9    0    3    5   15    0   .203   .324   .253
DAVENPORT, JIM    GIA       68    4   12     0    0    0    4   15    0   .176   .206   .222
HILLER, CHUCK     GIA       77    7   13     4    0    1    2    7    0   .169   .221   .198
PAGAN, JOSE       GIA       67    6   11     7    0    1    2   10    2   .164   .224   .200
============================================================================================
                          1267  159  312   149   11   37   97  191   18   .246   .388   .302
  • Edited October 24, 2017 2:05 pm  by  ccapbafan
In reply toRe: msg 9
ccapbafan

From: ccapbafan

Oct-24

The 1960s Giants in a nutshell - HOFers and sluggers all over the place but crap in the middle of the infield. And another pennant opportunity lost.

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