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 Post subject: League Champions
PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:10 am 
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Here are the 48 RCL Champions, including their Razzball handle when they gave it, overall ranking, league points, margin of victory, League Competitive Index, and overall points.

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:28 am 
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Hotel, Dotel, Halladay Inge... Ha!

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:28 am 
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Curious. Are any of you league winners (besides myself, Seventh Inning Grope) Razzball Fantasy Chicks? Girl power!


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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:58 am 
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Here is a look at pitchers that were used for at least 100 innings on league championship teams.

First place teams had an average of 4 100-inning pitchers. 4 teams used 6, while base knoxx had only 1 pitcher with at least 100 innings. The overall champions, Rank Railheads, had 4, while last year's champion, Random ItalicizedVoice, had 5 100-inning pitchers this season. The winner of the tough ECFBL, Copales Charros, featured 2, both over 200 IP. Royce! used 2 on 1 championship team (San Diego Chippers), and 5 on the other (That's Not Very Maybin). Achilles' 2 teams, Tennessee Mash and Dixie Rebels, had 2 and 4 respectively. The only known female champion, yankeebot (Seventh Inning Grope), had 4, while the Expert League winner, Ryan (Mastersball Carey) had 3, plus Mat Latos at 99.2 IP.
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10 more teams had 5 who reached the century mark, while Sclerotic Whips had 4 plus Brandon Morrow at 99.2. Bull City Bombers also had 4, including 3 who were over 200 innings.
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Adam Wainwright pitched at least 100 innings on 10 championship teams, with Stephen Strasburg right behind at 9. Chris Sale and Gio Gonzalez were next with 8 titles.

7 David Price
7 Jake Peavy
7 R.A. Dickey
6 Clayton Kershaw
6 Cliff Lee
6 Justin Verlander
6 Matt Cain
5 Ian Kennedy
5 Jered Weaver
5 Max Scherzer
4 C.J. Wilson
4 CC Sabathia
4 Chris Capuano
4 James Shields
4 Jordan Zimmermann
4 Ryan Dempster
4 Tommy Hanson
4 Yovani Gallardo
4 Yu Darvish
4 Zack Greinke
3 A.J. Burnett
3 Cole Hamels
3 Dan Haren
3 Felix Hernandez
3 Johnny Cueto
3 Madison Bumgarner
3 Ryan Vogelsong
3 Tim Hudson
2 Anibal Sanchez
2 Doug Fister
2 Edwin Jackson
2 Johan Santana
2 Josh Johnson
2 Roy Halladay

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:48 am 
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I must've forgot that Mastersball was the recipient of Peavy and Latos, he owes me a Coke! Crazy that royce! only had two and one of them was Haren...

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:07 pm 
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10 teams were helped to titles by Kris Medlen.


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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:28 pm 
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These players had at least 100 ABs on first place teams. Mike Trout led the way with 15 titles.
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1 each:
Adrian Gonzalez
Andy Dirks
Asdrubal Cabrera
Carl Crawford
Carlos Beltran
Carlos Pena
Chase Utley
Chris Carter
Chris Nelson
Dewayne Wise
Evan Longoria
Geovany Soto
Gerardo Parra
Gordon Beckham
Jeff Francoeur
John Mayberry Jr.
Jordan Schafer
Luis Cruz
Michael Brantley
Robert Andino
Ryan Roberts
Ryan Theriot
Scott Podsednik
Starling Marte
Tony Campana

Here are the titles won for players with at least 350 ABs on the championship team:

12 Mike Trout, LAA OF
10 Adrian Beltre, Tex 3B, DH
9 Albert Pujols, LAA 1B, DH
9 Edwin Encarnacion, Tor 3B, 1B, DH
8 Buster Posey, SF C, 1B
8 Desmond Jennings, TB OF
8 Jason Kipnis, Cle 2B
8 Michael Morse, Wsh 1B, OF
8 Miguel Cabrera, Det 1B, 3B
8 Starlin Castro, ChC SS
7 Hunter Pence, SF OF
7 Jay Bruce, Cin OF
7 Melky Cabrera, SF OF
7 Shin-Soo Choo, Cle OF
6 Aaron Hill, Ari 2B
6 Andrew McCutchen, Pit OF
6 Austin Jackson, Det OF
6 Corey Hart, Mil OF, 1B
6 Curtis Granderson, NYY OF
6 Josh Reddick, Oak OF, DH
6 Josh Willingham, Min OF, DH
6 Mike Moustakas, KC 3B DTD
6 Paul Goldschmidt, Ari 1B
5 Adam Dunn, CWS 1B, DH
5 Adam Jones, Bal OF
5 Allen Craig, StL OF, 1B
5 Brandon Phillips, Cin 2B
5 Carlos Gonzalez, Col OF
5 Chase Headley, SD 3B
5 Elvis Andrus, Tex SS
5 Giancarlo Stanton, Mia OF
5 J.J. Hardy, Bal SS
5 Joey Votto, Cin 1B
5 Jose Altuve, Hou 2B
5 Matt Kemp, LAD OF DTD
5 Michael Bourn, Atl OF
5 Nelson Cruz, Tex OF
5 Ryan Braun, Mil OF
4 Alcides Escobar, KC SS
4 Alejandro De Aza, CWS OF
4 Alex Rios, CWS OF
4 Aramis Ramirez, Mil 3B
4 Ben Revere, Min OF
4 Ben Zobrist, TB 2B, SS, OF
4 Billy Butler, KC DH, 1B
4 Danny Espinosa, Wsh 2B, SS
4 David Freese, StL 3B
4 Howard Kendrick, LAA 2B, OF
4 Jimmy Rollins, Phi SS
4 Joe Mauer, Min C, 1B, DH
4 Jose Reyes, Mia SS
4 Mark Teixeira, NYY 1B
4 Martin Prado, Atl 3B, 2B, SS, OF
4 Shane Victorino, LAD OF
4 Yadier Molina, StL C
3 Adam LaRoche, Wsh 1B
3 Alex Gordon, KC OF
3 Alex Rodriguez, NYY 3B, DH
3 Andre Ethier, LAD OF
3 B.J. Upton, TB OF
3 Bryce Harper, Wsh OF
3 Carlos Santana, Cle C, 1B, DH
3 Drew Stubbs, Cin OF
3 Dustin Pedroia, Bos 2B DTD
3 Eric Hosmer, KC 1B DTD
3 Erick Aybar, LAA SS
3 Ian Desmond, Wsh SS
3 Ian Kinsler, Tex 2B, DH
3 Jason Heyward, Atl OF
3 Jason Kubel, Ari OF, DH
3 Josh Hamilton, Tex OF, DH
3 Kelly Johnson, Tor 2B
3 Mark Trumbo, LAA 1B, OF, DH
3 Miguel Montero, Ari C
3 Mike Aviles, Bos 2B, 3B, SS
3 Nick Swisher, NYY OF, 1B, DH
3 Paul Konerko, CWS 1B, DH DTD
3 Prince Fielder, Det 1B
3 Robinson Cano, NYY 2B
3 Ryan Zimmerman, Wsh 3B
2 Alexei Ramirez, CWS SS
2 Alfonso Soriano, ChC OF
2 Brett Lawrie, Tor 3B
2 Chris Davis, Bal 3B, 1B, OF, DH
2 Daniel Murphy, NYM 2B, 1B, 3B
2 Derek Jeter, NYY SS, DH DTD
2 Hanley Ramirez, LAD SS, 3B
2 Ichiro Suzuki, NYY OF
2 Justin Morneau, Min 1B, DH DTD
2 Kendrys Morales, LAA 1B, DH
2 Matt Wieters, Bal C
2 Michael Young, Tex 1B, 2B, 3B, DH
2 Neil Walker, Pit 2B DTD
2 Nick Markakis, Bal OF DTD
2 Rickie Weeks, Mil 2B
2 Yoenis Cespedes, Oak OF, DH
2 Zack Cozart, Cin SS
1 Adrian Gonzalez, LAD 1B, OF
1 Asdrubal Cabrera, Cle SS
1 Cameron Maybin, SD OF
1 Carlos Beltran, StL OF
1 Carlos Lee, Mia 1B, OF
1 Dan Uggla, Atl 2B
1 Dexter Fowler, Col OF
1 Dustin Ackley, Sea 2B, 1B DTD
1 Freddie Freeman, Atl 1B
1 Ike Davis, NYM 1B
1 Kevin Youkilis, CWS 3B, 1B
1 Matt Holliday, StL OF
1 Pablo Sandoval, SF 3B
1 Pedro Alvarez, Pit 3B
1 Rajai Davis, Tor OF
1 Torii Hunter, LAA OF
1 Yunel Escobar, Tor SS

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 6:02 pm 
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I think it's interesting that Trumbo was on such few 1st place teams for 100 ABs.

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 6:24 am 
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Man, I could've been only one of 2 people to survive the mid-season Longoriopolypse.

I wonder what the results are for pitchers - you'd think Dickey or Chapman would be #1. My boy Kimbrel must've been on at least 5 champions...

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 Post subject: Re: League Champions
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:02 am 
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The results for starting pitchers who threw at least 100 innings, plus Kris Medlen, are above. Wainwright leads those with 10 titles.

As far as closers, Kimbrel had the most saves on 7 championship teams. Rodney led on 8. The following tables show the number of saves on first place teams, the number of relievers who recorded saves, and the team leader.


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