...facts that Atlee Hammaker was an All-Star for the Giants...
The Rays are particularly bad when matched up with a cost-conscious organization such as the Reds; they rarely trade for players already in MLB, instead prospects and the likes of Carl Crawford, Chris Archer, Evan Longoria aren't headed out to franchises mired in a small market, average to mediocre teams that the Reds have been since basically the Rays have existed.Rays are bad news in the Grid. Could have gone all day without thinking of a Rays-Reds combo.
I tied you at .1%, my selection actually coached a HS Baseball Team that I played against.
Craig Kusick was the old school Twins/Jays combo I went with. Post MLB Career he taught and coached at Rosemount.Interesting, you must have gone old school. I chose a third baseman who had a short stint with the Twins, but a very unique batting stance.
I got the post 2000 A's player on my second guess. Unfortunately, today was one of my worst ever efforts. That was hard.Rather tough Baseball Grid today. For Orioles, 30+ SBs, even though Earl Weaver did not employ the strategy often there were 2 from the 70s - early 80s era that I was pretty sure had done that.
Pretty sure is not good enough though for the speedy Paul Blair choice. Fail. The other name I had thought of accomplished it, often.
Hint - For A's (200+ Hits) think old school. Like really old school, 2 and soon to be 3 cities ago. Nobody from their runs in the 70s-90s ever did it.
Similar, except I blew the GG winner for the Nats/Expos—and was really kicking myself after seeing a couple names on the list who I had considered.I blew it today. Had 8 squares but got my first guess wrong on Red Sox gold glove winners.
The Hawk.Similar, except I blew the GG winner for the Nats/Expos—and was really kicking myself after seeing a couple names on the list who I had considered.
And it kept me from pulling off the perfecta trifecta with the NFL and NBA which likely won’t come my way again any day soon