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Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 06:14 AM

5th Baseball ATD Official Thread
 
We are pleased to present the all-time draft: Baseball Edition.

Essentially, the game will follow the same well-refined format as the hockey all-time draft (currently in its 10th installment). It is designed primarily as a fun competition, but of greater importance is to honor the history of baseball and the players that have shaped the game, from the early beginnings to the present day.

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.

Your goal is to assemble the best possible roster, choosing from any player who has ever played baseball, at any level, anywhere in the world. At the conclusion of the draft, regular season voting will be conducted by your peers in the draft (possibly others, such as spectators who happen to follow the draft and participate in discussion). From these voting results we will determine our regular season standings, and then the playoffs begin!

There will be 2 "Play-in" games per league. They will be determined by the regular season standings. The bottom 4 teams in each league are subject to "play-in" games to get the leagues down to 8 teams each at which time a typical 8 team playoff system will begin in each league.

Each playoff round will last a week for discussion of the matchups and for each team to state its case, at which point more votes are taken. In this case you vote for the winner of the series and how many games it will take. This continues until we have determined our champion.

Rules
1. NEVER mention an undrafted player. It is poor etiquette. 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:

Round 1-2: 24 Hour Time Limit
Round 3-7: 12 Hour Time Limit
Round 8-21: 8 Hour Time Limit
Round 22-26: 4 Hour Time Limit

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. Trades are allowed, but are certainly not essential to winning or doing better. You can trade a player you've already drafted, as well as future picks. Trading conversations are always held via PM, but you may announce that you are shopping a pick or looking to move up/down to get the attention of other GMs. You must always trade one asset for another asset. (or 2 for 2, or 3 for 3, etc) (no 2-for-1 or 3-for-2 deals or else you wouldn't end up with 26 picks)

7. 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.

8. DO NOT MENTION UNDRAFTED PLAYERS.

Co-Gm's are allowed and encouraged if you dont have as much knowledge of baseball. No more than 2 GM's to a team though.

If you select a player who played most of his career at lets say 1B but played for 2 years at LF, and choose him to play left field. You can draft him at both...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 atleast 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. 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. NO DH

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.

PLAYOFF FORMAT once we complete the "play-in" games is the same as the current NHL format

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

Winner/Runnerup
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)


The Teams

American League:

UL Washington - Brooklyn Superbas
Modo - Brooklyn Dodgers
Porn* - Toronto Blue Jays
KH1 - Newark Eagles
HalbertGil - Detroit Tigers
Fish on The Sand - Cleveland Indians
darko - New York Yankees
Thekidline - Chicago White Sox
chaosrevolver - Chicago White Stockings
Tommy Barrasso - Houston Astros


National League:

MurrayBannerman - Chicago Cubs
JaysCyYoung - Montreal Expos
DisgruntledHawksFan - Kane County Cougars
bluesfan94 - St. Louis Browns
Clarkson Falls Down - New York Giants
Pwnasaurus - Pittsburgh Crawfords
Big Poppa Puck - St. Louis Cardinals
Shoeless Joe - Worcester Worcesters
Gootie - Milwaukee Braves
Papershoes - Cincinnati Reds



Draft Order

Round 1

1. Brooklyn Superbas - Babe Ruth - OF
2. Toronto Blue Jays - Hank Aaron - OF
3. Cincinnati Reds - Walter Johnson - SP
4. Chicago Cubs - Barry Bonds - OF
5. Detroit Tigers - Willie Mays - OF
6. St. Louis Browns - Roger Clemens - SP
7. Newark Eagles - Ted Williams - OF
8. New York Yankees - Ty Cobb - OF
9. Chicago White Sox - Rogers Hornsby - 2B
10. Cleveland Indians - Honus Wagner - SS
11. New York Giants - Lefty Grove - SP
12. Brooklyn Dodgers - Christy Mathewson - SP
13. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Josh Gibson - C
14. Worcester Worcesters - Sandy Koufax - SP
15. Chicago White Stockings - Lou Gehrig - 1B
16. Montreal Expos - Stan Musial - OF/1B
17. Milwaukee Braves - Mickey Mantle - OF
18. Kane County Cougars - Joe Dimaggio - OF
19. Houston Astros - Roberto Clemente - OF
20. St. Louis Cardinals - Cy Young - SP

Round 2

21. St. Louis Cardinals - Tris Speaker - OF
22. Houston Astros - Jimmie Foxx - 1B
23. Kane County Cougars - Warren Spahn - SP
24. Milwaukee Braves - Pete Alexander - SP
25. Montreal Expos - Tom Seaver - SP
26. Chicago White Stockings - Mike Schmidt - 3B
27. Worcester Worcesters - Rickey Henderson - OF
28. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Satchel Paige - SP
29. Brooklyn Dodgers - Nap Lajoie - 2B
30. New York Giants - Frank Robinson - OF
31. Cleveland Indians - Randy Johnson - SP
32. Chicago White Sox - Steve Carlton - SP
33. New York Yankees - Greg Maddux - SP
34. Newark Eagles - Alex Rodriguez - SS/3B
35. Brooklyn Superbas - Bob Gibson - SP
36. Detroit Tigers - Kid Nichols - SP
37. Chicago Cubs - Pedro Martinez - SP
38. Cincinnati Reds - Johnny Bench - C
39. Toronto Blue Jays - Nolan Ryan - SP
40. St. Louis Browns - Cal Ripken Jr - SS

Round 3

41. St. Louis Browns - Eddie Collins - 2B
42. Toronto Blue Jays - Ken Griffey Jr - OF
43. Cincinnati Reds - Joe Morgan - 2B
44. Chicago Cubs - Albert Pujols - 1B
45. Detroit Tigers - Eddie Matthews - 3B
46. Brooklyn Superbas - Bob Feller - SP
47. Newark Eagles - Carl Hubbell - SP
48. New York Yankees - Yogi Berra - C
49. Chicago White Sox - Derek Jeter - SS
50. Cleveland Indians - Johnny Mize - 1B
51. New York Giants - George Brett - 3B
52. Brooklyn Dodgers - Ichiro Suzuki - OF
53. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Jim Palmer - SP
54. Worcester Worcesters - Eddie Plank - SP
55. Chicago White Stockings - Oscar Charleston - OF
56. Montreal Expos - Mel Ott - OF
57. Milwaukee Braves - Hank Greenberg - 1B
58. Kane County Cougars - Ernie Banks - SS/1B
59. Houston Astros - Whitey Ford - SP
60. St. Louis Cardinals - Pete Rose - IF/OF

Round 4

61. St. Louis Cardinals - Smokey Joe Williams - SP
62. Houston Astros - Brooks Robinson - 3B
63. Kane County Cougars - Jackie Robinson - 2B
64. Milwaukee Braves - Chipper Jones - 3B/OF
65. Montreal Expos - Carl Yastrzemski - OF
66. Chicago White Stockings - Three Finger Brown - SP
67. Worcester Worcesters - "Shoeless" Joe Jackson - OF
68. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Wade Boggs - 3B
69. Brooklyn Dodgers - Carlton Fisk - C
70. New York Giants - Harmon Killebrew - 1B
71. Cleveland Indians - Mickey Cochrane - C
72. Chicago White Sox - Fergie Jenkins - SP
73. New York Yankees - Ed Walsh - SP
74. Newark Eagles - Rod Carew - 2B/1B
75. St. Louis Browns - Eddie Murray - 1B
76. Detroit Tigers - Charlie Gehringer - 2B
77. Chicago Cubs - Don Drysdale - SP
78. Cincinnati Reds - Tom Glavine - SP
79. Toronto Blue Jays - Ryne Sandberg - 2B
80. Brooklyn Superbas - Roy Campanella - C

Round 5

81. Brooklyn Superbas - Pop Lloyd - SS
82. Toronto Blue Jays - Ron Santo - 3B
83. Cincinnati Reds - Cool Papa Bell - OF
84. Chicago Cubs - Roy Halladay - SP
85. Detroit Tigers - Bert Blyleven - SP
86. St. Louis Browns - Rube Waddell - SP
87. Newark Eagles - Al Kaline - OF
88. New York Yankees - Home Run Baker - 3B
89. Chicago White Sox - Andre Dawson - OF
90. Cleveland Indians - Paul Molitor - 3B/2B
91. New York Giants - John Smoltz - SP/RP
92. Brooklyn Dodgers - Mariano Rivera - RP
93. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Reggie Jackson - OF
94. Worcester Worcesters - Willie McCovey - 1B
95. Chicago White Stockings - Arky Vaughan - SS
96. Montreal Expos - Duke Snider - OF
97. Milwaukee Braves - Ivan Rodriguez - C
98. Kane County Cougars - Tony Gwynn - OF
99. Houston Astros - Kirby Puckett - OF
100. St. Louis Cardinals - Roberto Alomar - 2B

Round 6

101. St. Louis Cardinals - Barry Larkin - SS
102. Houston Astros - Juan Marichal - SP
103. Kane County Cougars - Addie Joss - SP
104. Milwaukee Braves - Larry Walker - OF
105. Montreal Expos - Gary Carter - C
106. Chicago White Stockings - Phil Niekro - SP
107. Worcester Worcesters - Ozzie Smith - SS
108. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Rollie Fingers - RP
109. Brooklyn Dodgers - Catfish Hunter - SP
110. New York Giants - Manny Ramirez - OF
111. Cleveland Indians - Dazzy Vance - SP
112. Chicago White Sox - Mike Piazza - C
113. New York Yankees - Willie Stargell - OF/1B
114. Newark Eagles - Gaylord Perry - SP
115. St. Louis Browns - Dennis Eckersley - RP/SP
116. Detroit Tigers - Dan Brouthers - 1B
117. Chicago Cubs - Craig Biggio - 2B/OF
118. Cincinnati Reds - Robin Yount - SS/OF
119. Toronto Blue Jays - Mike Mussina - SP
120. Brooklyn Superbas - Miguel Cabrera - 1B/3B/OF

Round 7

121. Brooklyn Superbas - Hoyt Wilhelm - RP/SP
122. Toronto Blue Jays - Omar Vizquel - SS
123. Cincinnati Reds - Cap Anson - 1B
124. Chicago Cubs - Luke Appling - SS
125. Detroit Tigers - Harry Heilmann - OF
126. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Frankie Frisch - 2B
127. Newark Eagles - Jeff Bagwell - 1B
128. New York Yankees - Curt Schilling - SP
129. Chicago White Sox - Frank Thomas - 1B
130. Cleveland Indians - Paul Waner - OF
131. New York Giants - Billy Hamilton - OF
132. Brooklyn Dodgers - Todd Helton - 1B
133. St. Louis Browns - Bill Dickey - C
134. Worcester Worcesters - Kevin Brown - SP
135. Chicago White Stockings - Joe Medwick - OF
136. Montreal Expos - Robin Roberts - SP
137. Milwaukee Braves - Tim Raines - OF
138. Kane County Cougars - Lou Brock - OF
139. Houston Astros - Hal Newhouser - SP
140. St. Louis Cardinals - Turkey Stearnes - OF

Round 8

141. St. Louis Cardinals - Old Hoss Radbourn - SP
142. Houston Astros - Alan Trammell - SS
143. Kane County Cougars - Lefty Gomez - SP
144. Milwaukee Braves - Jim Bunning - SP
145. Montreal Expos - Lou Whitaker - 2B
146. Chicago White Stockings - Hilton Smith - SP/RP
147. Worcester Worcesters - Jim Edmonds - OF
148. St. Louis Browns - Dizzy Dean - SP
149. Brooklyn Dodgers - Pie Traynor - 3B
150. New York Giants - George Davis - SS
151. Cleveland Indians - Bobby Grich - 2B
152. Chicago White Sox - Tim Keefe - SP
153. New York Yankees - Vladimir Guerrero - OF
154. Newark Eagles - Don Sutton - SP
155. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Al Simmons - OF
156. Detroit Tigers - Ted Lyons - SP
157. Chicago Cubs - Early Wynn - SP
158. Cincinnati Reds - Bruce Sutter - RP
159. Toronto Blue Jays - Dave Winfield - OF
160. Brooklyn Superbas - Jeff Kent - 2B

Round 9

161. Brooklyn Superbas - Mark McGwire - 1B
162. Toronto Blue Jays - Don Mattingly - 1B
163. Cincinnati Reds - John Clarkson - SP
164. Chicago Cubs - Eppa Rixey - SP
165. Detroit Tigers - Ed Delahanty - OF
166. St. Louis Browns - Gary Sheffield - OF
167. Newark Eagles - Scott Rolen - 3B
168. New York Yankees - Joe Cronin - SS
169. Chicago White Sox - Dick Allen - 1B/3B
170. Cleveland Indians - Lance Berkman - OF/1B
171. New York Giants - Bret Sabrehagen - SP
172. Brooklyn Dodgers - Willie Wells - SS
173. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Lou Boudreau - SS
174. Worcester Worcesters - Trevor Hoffman - RP
175. Chicago White Stockings - Goose Gossage - RP
176. Houston Astros - Joe Gordon - 2B
177. Milwaukee Braves - Luis Tiant - SP
178. Kane County Cougars - Stan Hack - 3B
179. Montreal Expos - Pee Wee Reese - SS
180. St. Louis Cardinals - Jim Thome - 1B

Round 10

181. St. Louis Cardinals - Adrian Beltre - 3B
182. Montreal Expos - Ken Boyer - 3B
183. Kane County Cougars - Rafael Palmeiro - 1B
184. Milwaukee Braves - C.C Sabathia - SP
185. Houston Astros - Joe Torre - C
186. Chicago White Stockings - Johan Santana - SP
187. Worcester Worcesters - Thurman Munson - C
188. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Cristobal Torriente - OF
189. Brooklyn Dodgers - Orel Hershiser - SP
190. New York Giants - Gabby Hartnett - C
191. Cleveland Indians - Billy Wagner - RP
192. Chicago White Sox - Fernando Valenzuela - SP
193. New York Yankees - Lee Smith - RP
194. Newark Eagles - David Cone - SP
195. St. Louis Browns - Earl Averill - OF
196. Detroit Tigers - Roger Connor - 1B
197. Chicago Cubs - Louis Santop - C
198. Cincinnati Reds - Billy Williams - OF
199. Toronto Blue Jays - Joe Mauer - C
200. Brooklyn Superbas - Willie Foster - SP

Round 11

201. Brooklyn Superbas - Richie Ashburn - OF
202. Toronto Blue Jays - Dwight Gooden - SP
203. Cincinnati Reds - Sam Crawford - OF
204. Chicago Cubs - Carlos Beltran - OF
205. Detroit Tigers - Babe Adams - SP
206. St. Louis Browns - Joe McGinnity - SP
207. Newark Eagles - Ted Simmons - C
208. New York Yankees - Ralph Kiner - OF
209. Chicago White Sox - Dale Murphy - OF
210. Cleveland Indians - Larry Doby - OF
211. Montreal Expos - Orlando Cepeda - 1B/OF
212. Brooklyn Dodgers - Zack Wheat - OF
213. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Buck Leonard - 1B
214. Worcester Worcesters - Red Ruffing - SP
215. Chicago White Stockings - Biz Mackey - C
216. New York Giants - Dan Quisenberry - RP
217. Milwaukee Braves - Nellie Fox - 2B
218. Kane County Cougars - Jim Kaat - SP
219. Houston Astros - Sammy Sosa - OF
220. St. Louis Cardinals - Martin Dihigo - P/IF/OF

Round 12

221. St. Louis Cardinals - Kenny Lofton - OF
222. Houston Astros - Pud Galvin - SP
223. Kane County Cougars - Bill Freehan - C
224. Newark Eagles - Andruw Jones - OF
225. New York Giants - Vic Willis - SP
226. Chicago White Stockings - Robinson Cano - 2B
227. Worcester Worcesters - Gary Gaetti - 3B/1B
228. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Billy Pierce - SP
229. Brooklyn Dodgers - Bullet Rogan - SP/OF
230. Montreal Expos - Bob Lemon - SP
231. Cleveland Indians - Stan Covelski - SP
232. Chicago White Sox - Jesse Burkett - OF
233. New York Yankees - Tom Henke - RP
234. Milwaukee Braves - Luis Aparicio -SS
235. St. Louis Browns - Al Rosen - 3B
236. Detroit Tigers - Jorge Posada - C
237. Chicago Cubs - Dwight Evans - OF
238. Cincinnati Reds - Amos Rusie - SP
239. Toronto Blue Jays - Andy Pettitte - SP
240. Brooklyn Superbas - Goose Goslin - OF

Round 13

241. Brooklyn Superbas - Ron Guidry - SP
242. Toronto Blue Jays - John Franco - RP
243. Cincinnati Reds - Joe McCarthy - MGR
244. Chicago Cubs - Troy Percival - RP
245. Detroit Tigers - Sparky Lyle - RP
246. St. Louis Browns - Tony LaRussa - MGR
247. Milwaukee Braves - Robb Nen - RP
248. New York Yankees - Chief Bender - SP
249. Chicago White Sox - Doug Drabek - SP
250. Cleveland Indians - Jimmy Key - SP
251. New York Giants - Chase Utley - 2B
252. Brooklyn Dodgers - Connie Mack - MGR
253. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Eddie Cicotte - SP
254. Worcester Worcesters - Dave Stieb - SP
255. Chicago White Stockings - Tug McGraw - RP
256. Montreal Expos - Wilbur Cooper - SP
257. Newark Eagles - Max Carey - OF
258. Kane County Cougars - Kent Tekulve - RP
259. Houston Astros - Justin Verlander - SP
260. St. Louis Cardinals - Fred McGriff - 1B

Round 14

261. St. Louis Cardinals - Yadier Molina - C
262. Houston Astros - Casey Stengel - MGR
263. Kane County Cougars - Roy Face - RP
264. Milwaukee Braves - John Hiller - RP
265. Montreal Expos - John Wetteland - RP
266. Chicago White Stockings - Juan Gonzalez - OF
267. Worcester Worcesters - Mike Stanton - RP
268. Pittsburgh Crawfords - King Kelly - C/OF
269. Brooklyn Dodgers - Jeff Reardon - RP
270. New York Giants - Red Faber - SP
271. Cleveland Indians - Bernie Williams - OF
272. Chicago White Sox - Eric Gagne - RP
273. New York Yankees - Randy Myers - RP
274. Newark Eagles - Joe Nathan - RP
275. St. Louis Browns - Roger Maris - OF
276. Detroit Tigers - Don Newcombe - SP
277. Chicago Cubs - David Wright - 3B
278. Cincinnati Reds - Tony Mullane - SP
279. Toronto Blue Jays - David Wells - SP
280. Brooklyn Superbas - Jesse Orosco - RP

Round 15

281. Brooklyn Superbas - Waite Hoyt - RP
282. Toronto Blue Jays - Sparky Anderson - MGR
283. Cincinnati Reds - Ray Dandridge - 3B
284. Chicago Cubs - Sadaharu Oh - 1B
285. Detroit Tigers - Doug Jones - RP
286. St. Louis Browns - Gary Lavelle - RP
287. Newark Eagles - George Sisler - 1B
288. New York Yankees - Bobby Doerr - 2B
289. Chicago White Sox - Vince Coleman - OF
290. Cleveland Indians - Willie Hernandez - SP
291. New York Giants - Mike Marshall - RP
292. Brooklyn Dodgers - "Wee" Willie Keeler - OF
293. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Bill Dahlen - SS
294. Worcester Worcesters - Billy Herman - 2B
295. Chicago White Stockings - Firpo Marberry - SP/RP
296. Montreal Expos - Ryan Braun - OF
297. Milwaukee Braves - Jonathan Papelbon - RP
298. Kane County Cougars - Torii Hunter - OF
299. Houston Astros - Francisco Rodriguez - RP
300. St. Louis Cardinals - Jason Isringhausen - RP

Round 16

301. St. Louis Cardinals - Felix Hernandez - SP
302. Houston Astros - Lance Parrish - C
303. Kane County Cougars - Steve Bedrosian - RP
304. Milwaukee Braves - Brian Giles - OF
305. Montreal Expos - Tom Gordon - RP
306. Chicago White Stockings - Edd Roush - OF
307. Worcester Worcesters - Chili Davis - OF
308. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Minnie Minoso - OF
309. Brooklyn Dodgers - Masaichi Kaneda - SP
310. New York Giants - Reggie Smith - OF
311. Cleveland Indians - Mark Teixeira - 1B
312. Chicago White Sox - Mitch Williams - RP
313. New York Yankees - Carlos Delgado - 1B
314. Newark Eagles - Pedro Luis Lazo - SP/RP
315. St. Louis Browns - Arlie Latham - 3B
316. Detroit Tigers - Joe Sewell - SS/3B
317. Chicago Cubs - Walter Alston - MGR
318. Cincinnati Reds - Dave Righetti - RP
319. Toronto Blue Jays - Nomar Garciaparra - SS/1B
320. Brooklyn Superbas - Jim Rice - OF

Round 17

321. Brooklyn Superbas - John McGraw - 3B/SS
322. Toronto Blue Jays - Enos Slaughter - OF
323. Cincinnati Reds - Monte Irvin - OF/1B
324. Chicago Cubs - Keith Foulke - RP
325. Detroit Tigers - Dave Giusti - RP
326. St. Louis Browns - Clayton Kershaw - SP
327. Newark Eagles - Smoky Joe Wood - SP
328. New York Yankees - Bobby Wallace - SS/3B
329. Chicago White Sox - Jimmy Collins - 3B
330. Cleveland Indians - Mark Buehrle - SP
331. New York Giants - Jeff Nelson - RP
332. Brooklyn Dodgers - Albert Belle - OF
333. Pittsburgh Crawfords - John McGraw - MGR
334. Worcester Worcesters - Jack Chesbro - SP
335. Chicago White Stockings - Roy Oswalt - SP
336. Montreal Expos - Tommy John - SP
337. Milwaukee Braves - Vida Blue - SP
338. Kane County Cougars - Scott Shields - RP
339. Houston Astros - Chuck Klein - OF
340. St. Louis Cardinals - Whitey Herzog - MGR

Round 18

341. St. Louis Cardinals - Darren Oliver - RP/SP
342. Houston Astros - Craig Kimbrel - RP
343. Kane County Cougars - Judy Johnson - 3B
344. Milwaukee Braves - Julio Franco - SS/2B/1B
345. Montreal Expos - Ernie Lombardi - C
346. Chicago White Stockings - Sam Thompson - OF
347. Worcester Worcesters - Jose Mesa - RP
348. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Darold Knowles - RP
349. Brooklyn Dodgers - Dick Radatz - RP
350. New York Giants - Keith Hernandez - 1B
351. Cleveland Indians - Stu Miller - RP
352. Chicago White Sox - Miguel Tejada - SS
353. New York Yankees - Harry Stovey - OF/1B
354. Newark Eagles - John Candaleria - SP/RP
355. St. Louis Browns - Edgar Martinez - 3B
356. Detroit Tigers - Roy Sievers - 1B/OF
357. Chicago Cubs - Sean Marshall - RP
358. Cincinnati Reds - Jeff Montgomery - RP
359. Toronto Blue Jays - Jose Cruz - OF
360. Brooklyn Superbas - Wilbur Wood - SP/RP

Round 19

361. Brooklyn Superbas - Bill Mazeroski - 2B
362. Toronto Blue Jays - John Olerud - 1B
363. Cincinnati Reds - Frank Chance - 1B/C
364. Chicago Cubs - Dan Plesac - RP
365. Detroit Tigers - Carl Crawford - OF
366. St. Louis Browns - Andy Van Slyke - OF
367. Newark Eagles - Wally Schang - C/OF
368. New York Yankees - Roberto Hernandez - RP
369. Chicago White Sox - Chris Carpenter - SP
370. Cleveland Indians - Joe Torre - MGR
371. New York Giants - Fred Clarke - OF
372. Brooklyn Dodgers - Herb Pennock - SP
373. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Mule Suttles - 1B/OF
374. Worcester Worcesters - Tony Fernandez - SS/3B/2B
375. Chicago White Stockings - Buck Ewing - C/1B/OF
376. Montreal Expos - Maury Wills - SS/3B
377. Milwaukee Braves - Rafael Soriano - RP
378. Kane County Cougars - David Price - SP
379. Houston Astros - Gene Garber - RP
380. St. Louis Cardinals - Kazuhiro Sasaki - RP

Round 20

381. St. Louis Cardinals - Jason Kendall - C
382. Houston Astros - Rick Aguilera - RP
383. Kane County Cougars - Kerry Wood - RP/SP
384. Milwaukee Braves - Elston Howard - C
385. Montreal Expos - Bobby Shantz - RP
386. Chicago White Stockings - Javy Lopez - C
387. Worcester Worcesters - Brad Lidge - RP
388. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Johnny Murphy - RP
389. Brooklyn Dodgers - Gavvy Cravath - OF
390. New York Giants - Tony Lazzeri - 2B
391. Cleveland Indians - Jim Sundberg - C
392. Chicago White Sox - Rick Sutcliffe - SP
393. New York Yankees - Cliff Lee - SP
394. Newark Eagles - Phil Rizzuto - SS
395. St. Louis Browns - Brian Fuentes - RP
396. Detroit Tigers - Brian Wilson - RP
397. Chicago Cubs - Bert Campaneris - SS
398. Cincinnati Reds - Duane Ward - RP
399. Toronto Blue Jays - Sal Bando - 3B
400. Brooklyn Superbas - Albert Spalding - SP

Round 21

401. Brooklyn Superbas - Roger Bresnahan -C
402. Toronto Blue Jays - Lindy McDaniel - RP
403. Cincinnati Reds - Bill Terry - 1B/OF
404. Chicago Cubs - Evan Longoria - 3B
405. Detroit Tigers - Dave Concepcion - SS
406. St. Louis Browns - David Ortiz - 1B
407. Newark Eagles - Ron Perranoski - RP
408. New York Yankees - Bob Boone - C
409. Chicago White Sox - Felipe Alou - MGR
410. Cleveland Indians - Matt Williams - 3B
411. New York Giants - B.J. Ryan - RP
412. Brooklyn Dodgers - Boog Powell - 1B/OF
413. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Jimmy Wynn - OF
414. Worcester Worcesters - Deion Sanders - OF
415. Chicago White Stockings - Bid McPhee - 2B
416. Montreal Expos - Mike Timlin - RP
417. Milwaukee Braves - Rod Beck - RP
418. Kane County Cougars - Benito Santiago - C
419. Houston Astros - Joe Tinker - SS
420. St. Louis Cardinals - Steve Kline - RP

Round 22

421. St. Louis Cardinals - Fernando Rodney - RP
422. Houston Astros - Jim Konstanty - RP/SP
423. Kane County Cougars - Paul Konerko - 1B
424. Milwaukee Braves - Tommy Lasorda - MGR
425. Montreal Expos - Tony Oliva - OF
426. Chicago White Stockings - Bobby Cox - MGR
427. Worcester Worcesters - Jose Canseco - OF
428. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Tom Burgmeier - RP
429. Brooklyn Dodgers - Bobby Thigpen - RP
430. New York Giants - Earl Weaver - MGR
431. Cleveland Indians - Dave Bancroft - SS
432. Chicago White Sox - Bengie Molina - C
433. New York Yankees - Dummy Hoy - OF
434. Newark Eagles - Alfonso Soriano - OF/2B
435. St. Louis Browns - Dave Duncan - COACH
436. Detroit Tigers - Bill Nicholson - OF
437. Chicago Cubs - Bobby Abreu - OF
438. Cincinnati Reds - Leon Day - SP/2B/OF
439. Toronto Blue Jays - Don McMahon - RP
440. Brooklyn Superbas - Mark Eichhorn - RP

Round 23

441. Brooklyn Superbas - Joe Carter - OF/1B
442. Toronto Blue Jays - Jack Aker - RP
443. Cincinnati Reds - Willie Randolph - 2B
444. Chicago Cubs - Scott Linebrink - RP
445. Detroit Tigers - Skipped
446. St. Louis Browns - Bryan Harvey - RP
447. Newark Eagles - Arthur Rhodes - RP
448. New York Yankees - Jose Valverde - RP
449. Chicago White Sox - Jim Johnson - RP
450. Cleveland Indians - Michael Jackson - RP
451. New York Giants - Jimmy Rollins - SS
452. Brooklyn Dodgers - Hugh Duffy - OF
453. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Jim McCormick - SP
454. Worcester Worcesters - Bobby Jenks - RP
455. Chicago White Stockings - Bob Stanley - RP
456. Montreal Expos - Hack Wilson - OF
457. Milwaukee Braves - Robin Ventura - 3B
458. Kane County Cougars - Luis Castillo - 2B
459. Houston Astros - Johnny Evers - 2B
460. St. Louis Cardinals - Red Schoendienst - 2B

Round 24

461. St. Louis Cardinals - Edgar Renteria - SS
462. Houston Astros - Norm Cash - 1B
463. Kane County Cougars - Bobby Bonilla - OF/3B/1B
464. Milwaukee Braves - Tim Wakefield - SP/RP
465. Montreal Expos - Graig Nettles - 3B
466. Chicago White Stockings - Clay Carroll - RP
467. Worcester Worcesters - Clete Boyer - 3B
468. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Todd Worrell - RP
469. Brooklyn Dodgers - Mickey Welch - SP
460. New York Giants - Steve Howe - RP
471. Cleveland Indians - Steve Reed - RP
472. Chicago White Sox - Adam Wainwright - SP
473. New York Yankees - Jim Brewer - RP
474. Newark Eagles - Leo Durocher - MGR
475. St. Louis Browns - Derek Lowe - SP/RP
476. Detroit Tigers - Skipped
477. Chicago Cubs - Bobby Howry - RP
478. Cincinnati Reds - Jesse Haines - RP
479. Toronto Blue Jays - Francisco Cordero - RP
480. Brooklyn Superbas - Bob Caruthers - SP/OF

Round 25

481. Brooklyn Superbas - John Montgomery Ward - IF/OF/SP
482. Toronto Blue Jays - Tino Martinez - 1B
483. Cincinnati Reds - Ray Schalk - C
484. Chicago Cubs - Tim Lincecum - SP
485. Detroit Tigers - Skipped
486. St. Louis Browns - Ray King - RP
487. Newark Eagles - Buddy Bell - 3B
488. New York Yankees - Lou Piniella - MGR
489. Chicago White Sox - Danny Graves - RP
490. Cleveland Indians - Ben Zobrist - 2B/OF
491. New York Giants - Double Duty Radcliffe - C/RP
492. Brooklyn Dodgers - Paul O'Neill - OF
493. Pittsburgh Crawfords - Larry Doyle - 2B
494. Worcester Worcesters - Pedro Borbon - RP
495. Chicago White Stockings - Armando Benitez - RP
496. Montreal Expos - Ugueth Urbina - RP
497. Milwaukee Braves - Jose Reyes - SS
498. Kane County Cougars - Mike Lowell - 3B
499. Houston Astros - Sam Rice - OF
500. St. Louis Cardinals - Todd Jones - RP

Round 26

501. St. Louis Cardinals - Eric Chavez - 3B
502. Houston Astros - John Wyatt - RP
503. Kane County Cougars - Jim Leyland - MGR
504. Milwaukee Braves - Greg Swindell - SP/RP
505. Montreal Expos - Al Lopez - MGR
506. Chicago White Stockings - Jason Giambi - 1B
507. Worcester Worcesters - Bill McKechnie - MGR
508. Pittsburgh Crawfords - J.R. Richard - SP
509. Brooklyn Dodgers - Ken Caminiti - 3B
510. New York Giants - Chad Bradford - RP
511. Cleveland Indians - Craig Lefferts - RP
512. Chicago White Sox - Skipped
513. New York Yankees - Bret Boone - 2B
514. Newark Eagles - Ellis Kinder - RP
515. St. Louis Browns - Jeff Shaw - RP
516. Detroit Tigers - Skipped
517. Chicago Cubs - Mike Trout - OF
518. Cincinnati Reds - Travis Jackson - SS/3B
519. Toronto Blue Jays - Dave Stewart - SP
520. Brooklyn Superbas - Miller Huggins - MGR

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 06:15 AM

This is how the time clocks will work:
Round 1-2: 24 Hour Time Limit
Round 3-7: 12 Hour Time Limit
Round 8-21: 8 Hour Time Limit
Round 22-26: 4 Hour Time Limit

* If you miss your previous pick and haven't made it up, your pick will be skipped automatically. SO PLEASE SEND LISTS!

I'll PM UL Washington that he can make his pick whenever he is ready but the clock will officially begin at 10am est on Monday morning.

Please remember to PM the person after you that they are up. Please.

UL Washington 01-18-2013 08:01 AM

With the first overall pick, the Brooklyn Superbas select OF Babe Ruth.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...Babe_Ruth2.jpg

Although there are a multitude of great ball players to choose from, there really is no other option for the first overall pick. Choosing anyone else in this spot would be akin to picking Jessie Spano over Kelly Kapowski.

Ruth's career can be summed up in one word: "Ruthian".

Career Stats (with career ranking):
.342 AVG (10th)
.474 OBP (2nd)
.690 SLG% (1st)
1.164 OPS (1st)
206 OPS+ (1st)
714 non-steroid homeruns (3rd)
2,213 RBI (2nd)
123 SB
4,842 hamburgers consumed (1st)
178.3 Career War (1st)

He was so dominating in his era, that in 1920 he hit 11% of all home runs in the MLB and was widely regarded as the best fantasy baseball keeper of his time.

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 08:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by UL Washington (Post 57778571)
With the first overall pick, the Brooklyn Superbas select OF Babe Ruth.

Ugh. I was hoping he'd fall to 13

Porn* 01-18-2013 10:26 AM

The Toronto Blue Jays are stoked to select:

Hank Aaron

Career
305 avg
755 hrs
2297 rbi
rookie of the year
3 time gold glove
1 time league MVP
12 time top 10 mvp vote getter (7th all time in votes)
21 time all star (1955-1975)
WAR 137.3 (7th all time)
.980 Fielding % (86th all time)

bluesfan94 01-18-2013 10:55 AM

Woahhh. I thought we were starting Monday.

Shoeless Joe 01-18-2013 11:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pwnasaurus (Post 57778721)
Ugh. I was hoping he'd fall to 13.

You seriously thought Ruth had a chance of dropping to 13th?

papershoes 01-18-2013 11:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluesfan94 (Post 57785271)
Woahhh. I thought we were starting Monday.

just like the hockey ATD, I believe the clock doesn't officially start until Monday but, the draft can begin so long as people are ready to pick (you just won't be penalized for late picks until Monday).

papershoes 01-18-2013 11:07 AM

The CINCINNATI REDS are pleased to select:

Walter Johnson (SP)


...i'll post more when i have time later this evening

papershoes 01-18-2013 11:16 AM

I just created the roster thread - feel free to post your updated rosters there...

Modo 01-18-2013 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shoeless Joe (Post 57785539)
You seriously thought Ruth had a chance of dropping to 13th?

Pretty sure he was being sarcastic. :laugh:

Some nice early picks going here, at any rate!

MurrayBannerman 01-18-2013 11:55 AM

Chicago Cubs Select Barry Bonds

Career Statistics:
.298 BA
.444 OPB
.607 SLG
762 HR
2935 H
1996 RBI
158.1 bWAR
8 Gold Gloves
14 All Star Selections
7 MVPs
2 Batting Titles

DisgruntledHawkFan 01-18-2013 12:26 PM

I got Bonds in the second round last year. He's an offensive machine.

Shoeless Joe 01-18-2013 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by UL Washington (Post 57778571)
With the first overall pick, the Brooklyn Superbas select OF Babe Ruth.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...Babe_Ruth2.jpg

Although there are a multitude of great ball players to choose from, there really is no other option for the first overall pick. Choosing anyone else in this spot would be akin to picking Jessie Spano over Kelly Kapowski.

Ruth's career can be summed up in one word: "Ruthian".

Career Stats (with career ranking):
.342 AVG (10th)
.474 OBP (2nd)
.690 SLG% (1st)
1.164 OPS (1st)
206 OPS+ (1st)
714 non-steroid homeruns (3rd)
2,213 RBI (2nd)
123 SB
4,842 hamburgers consumed (1st)
178.3 Career War (1st)

He was so dominating in his era, that in 1920 he hit 11% of all home runs in the MLB and was widely regarded as the best fantasy baseball keeper of his time.

You don't know that those homers were hit without juice.

HalbertGil* 01-18-2013 12:33 PM

Tigers select Willie Mays.

Willie Mays - OF
1951-1973
New York / San Francisco Giants (1951–1952, 1954–1972)
New York Mets (1972–1973)
2992 Games, 3,283 Hits, .302 AVG, 660 HR

"No record book reflects this kind of concentration, determination, perseverance or ability. As a player, Willie Mays could never be captured by mere statistics." - Sportswriter Harry Jupiter in The San Francisco Chronicle

24× All-Star (1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1959, 1960, 1960, 1961, 1961, 1962, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973)
World Series champion (1954)
12× Gold Glove Award winner (1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968)
2× NL MVP (1954, 1965)
1951 NL Rookie of the Year
2× MLB All-Star Game MVP (1963, 1968)
NL Batting Title (1954)
1971 Roberto Clemente Award
San Francisco Giants #24 retired
Major League Baseball All-Century Team
Major League Baseball All-Time Team
Baseball Hall of Fame

MurrayBannerman 01-18-2013 12:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DisgruntledHawkFan (Post 57790431)
I got Bonds in the second round last year. He's an offensive machine.

Can't deny the statistics. Steroids don't count here.

bluesfan94 01-18-2013 12:41 PM

With the 6th pick in 2013 Baseball All Time Draft, the St. Louis Browns are excited to select

RHP Roger Clemens

Although there have been discussions revolving around his worthiness for the HOF due to steroid use, the St. Louis Browns have decided to look only at his on field field performances, which are fantastic.

HalbertGil* 01-18-2013 12:41 PM

Do I have to post a bio for everyone?

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 12:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluesfan94 (Post 57785271)
Woahhh. I thought we were starting Monday.

We are, if someone wishes to hold off until then, they will not be penalized.

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HalbertGil (Post 57791445)
Do I have to post a bio for everyone?

Nope. Everything is up to you.

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MurrayBannerman (Post 57788849)
Chicago Cubs Select Barry Bonds

Nice. That's by far the highest he's gone. BBWA may have it wrong, but we here at ATD baseball have it right.

HalbertGil* 01-18-2013 12:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pwnasaurus (Post 57791869)
Nope. Everything is up to you.

I'll probably add something for the next picks.

Pwnasaurus 01-18-2013 02:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shoeless Joe (Post 57790781)
You don't know that those homers were hit without juice.

Nor how many hamburgers Ruth consumed. I call BS.

Fish on The Sand 01-18-2013 07:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluesfan94 (Post 57791419)
With the 6th pick in 2013 Baseball All Time Draft, the St. Louis Browns are excited to select

RHP Roger Clemens

Although there have been discussions revolving around his worthiness for the HOF due to steroid use, the St. Louis Browns have decided to look only at his on field field performances, which are fantastic.

While I think it is a joke he is out of the hall of fame, I do not think I could rate him the second best pitcher in history.

MurrayBannerman 01-18-2013 10:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fish on The Sand (Post 57813393)
While I think it is a joke he is out of the hall of fame, I do not think I could rate him the second best pitcher in history.

Third on my board. My 2nd and 1st have yet to be picked.


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