Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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dabigtrain
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Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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Resurrecting a thread from the long-gone old boards: great starting staffs of SimD, named for the 1971 Orioles quartet of twenty-game-winners.

My latest addition: the 2037 Mike Piazza League Milwaukee Crullers, whose five main starters all won at least 16 games and went a combined 88-25 with a 3.32 ERA. Not quite hall of fame, but not shabby either.

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Re: Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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Gotta go back to my old Cleveland Buckeyes team of the BHL, these 4 never put together a year when they all won 20 but they were an amazing 1 through 4, all ending up in the league HOF.

Hollis Mulwray
Eddie Valiant
John Gillon
Mitch Bradley

In the seven year period between 1982, when Bradley debuted, and 1988, Gillon's last year with the team, they went a combined 539-188, won 6 Cy Young Awards, the 7th one went to our closer, Schmandt as we won 779 games and a pair of titles. All this taking place in a no tank environment, which tends to make big numbers a bit harder.

As a side note, Gillon was traded for 3 pieces - all of whom also made the BHL Hall of Fame
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Re: Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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And following up, the 2039 Mike Piazza League Milwaukee Crullers... top five starters go 88-26; 993 2/3 IP, 2.90 ERA. 824Ks, 353 W. Not too shabby.
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This was my most recent rotation to do it: The 2037 Frank Robinson League Champs, Milwaukee Musketeers, had 4 pitchers with 20+ wins (90 wins for the top 4, and 105 including the 5th starter), and the top 3 guys all made the Hall of Fame, taking home 10 CYA's, and winning 6 titles together.

Roy Herrera - 26
Doug Phelps - 22
Colby Voyles - 22
Eli Maxwell - 20
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Re: Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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My team in the Mike Piazza League keeps coming so close...

Andy Moffats last 3 years: 28,24, 23wins
http://www.simdynasty.com/player.jsp?pl ... d=12494538

Jeff Stovall: 22, 19 and 19
http://www.simdynasty.com/player.jsp?pl ... =12462574Z

Bill Thomas: 18,22,21
http://www.simdynasty.com/player.jsp?pl ... d=12588718

Dick Manuel: 19,22,20
http://www.simdynasty.com/player.jsp?pl ... d=12435235

Stovall’s 19 the past 2 years has been the only blemish. 2 years ago he got hurt in September and missed his last start and this year he lost game 162. Maybe next year they can accomplish the feat.
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A new entry: The Baltimore National Bohemians of the 2045 Goose Goslin League. Among Benard, Swindell, Hanning, and Alexander: 138 starts, 82-27, 775 Ks vs. 396 W, and a 3.45 ERA.
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My 2080 Wally Berger League Champion Boston team just pulled off the four 20 game winners. They went 91-34 with 25 shutouts.

Joe Holloway: 23-7
Doc Perkins: 26-9
Mitch Smith: 22-9
Hank Cary: 20-9
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Re: Palmer, Dobson, Cuellar, McNally

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The 2115 Mike Piazza League World Series champs, the Milwaukee Crullers:
Dan Kirsch - 20-4, 1.85 ERA, 184 Ks
Oral Glazier - 21-11, 2.41 ERA, 206 Ks
Bert Kay - 19-6, 2.99 ERA, 212 Ks
Bill Teachout - 19-8, 2.71 ERA, 176 Ks
They were 1-2-3-4 in the NL Cy Young voting.
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