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    Well, I was going to leave Mel Ott in the minors for a season, but even in AAA he's got that little green arrow by his name. Normally I don't pay attention to those arrows but in this case I'm terrified not to.
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    One absolutely horrible sim following two really good sims. I really don't know what I have with this team. We could win the pennant again or we could finish barely above .500 or anywhere in between.

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    Did we ever do awards for the 1925 season? There's none in the history
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    That's weird. It might be related to the fact that the indy leagues think it's still 1925. This league is being held together with bubble gum and popsicle sticks.
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    I don't remember voting for it though, I was paying attention because I thought Hoyt had a good shot to be PotY
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    Quote Originally Posted by MannyTrillo View Post
    Paul Strand is a nice pickup, I tried to bring him back but he wouldn’t resign with me. Besides the fact that he’s an OK pitcher, the impact of his hitting isn’t trivial either- a typical SP will cost you a couple of WAR with his bat over the course of a season.
    His pitching was off to a great start, a FIP- if 68! But then he suffered a torn labrum and his career is over
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