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2056: Sim #17
sydney takes over pole position for first overall

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RE: 2056: Sim #17
(02-09-2019 04:23 PM)havana Wrote:  sydney takes over pole position for first overall

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Two out of three vs Jamaica was huge this sim

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As July 31st closes the book on the second third of the season, it has been a hell of a year so far for Orcas' catcher Colin Griner. He currently sits 4th in batting average (but far behind Jamaica's Ryan Watkins), first in home runs with 44 and his 73 RBIs put him second, which is only 8 behind the Rastafarians' All-Timer Don Mattingly.

The home runs are the stat to watch. Last year, Jose Hannifer hit 44 long balls for Panama, the most in the majors that season. Griner just tied that mark and is on pace to make a run at Lou Gherig's record setting season of 67 way back in 2012 with Tehran.

And in the "just for fun" category, can anyone guess (without looking at the register) who holds the records for batting average and RBIs and what those numbers might be? I can tell you that both players were All-Timers and in the MLB Hall of Fame.

The most runs so far were scored by shortstop Sendai Ashikaga for the LA Riots back in 2007. Center fielder Walt Royer is the stolen base king, as he swiped a record 104 bags for the New York Nukes in 2039 and career wise has 1005 total over 15 seasons.

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Avg ima say mantle rbi.....gehrig

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i can, but I have way too much of the register memorized as I was watching Watkins climb the charts, and seeing what records he could possibly break...

unfortunately .419 is pretty hard avg. to pull off.

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(02-09-2019 11:30 PM)rastasquad Wrote:  Avg ima say mantle rbi.....gehrig

You are half right. And, interestingly, no hitter holds more than one record.
Christy Mathewson has two pitching records, one when he was with the Godfathers and the other while playing for the Lobsters.

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