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Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Spokane up, Valdosta on deck

robert arzberger
 



On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 4:08 PM Roger Clarke <rtclarker@...> wrote:

 

 

 

 

 

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida - Leon Durham
8.  Hamilton – Tony Pena
9.  Mudville – Bob Ojeda
10. Cucamonga- Bruce Hurst
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City

 

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Cucamongain is up Spokane on deck, Valdosta the Hole

Roger Clarke
 

 

 

 

 

 

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida - Leon Durham
8.  Hamilton – Tony Pena
9.  Mudville – Bob Ojeda
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City

 

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville is up, Cucamongain on deck, Spokane the Hole

Kevin McNally
 

Nine select:
BOB OJEDA

Can’t update grid, etc.

Kevin
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From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Clarke <rtclarker@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 1:53:56 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville is up, Cucamongain on deck, Spokane the Hole
 

 

 

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida - Leon Durham
8.  Hamilton – Tony Pena
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville is up, Cucamongain on deck, Spokane the Hole

Roger Clarke
 

 

 

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida - Leon Durham
8.  Hamilton – Tony Pena
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City

 


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

John Anderson
 

I see your point.  

On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 10:42:51 AM CDT, mlassman2001 via Groups.Io <mlassman33@...> wrote:


This is a retro league where values should be known, at least compared to modern leagues where players could come down with a serious injury.

Its really up to the individual owners to either put out names of players that are available or not.  There are many people like me that will target a certain player that they want - for me - Lou Whitaker.  Then, I would approach the owner with various options.  Why would I announce to the league what players that I am willing to put up for trade when I am looking for a Whitaker or other specific needs.

Often I see players A and B are available.  Looking for young guys.

So, announcing players availability works and sometimes it doesn't.    

Mike


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, May 1, 2019 9:38 am
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: Trade

You’re right, but it’s not smart to take an iffy offer just because they asked first.  Not saying that trade was bad, but how can you really know?  People overpay for pitching all the time.

John Anderson 


On May 1, 2019, at 9:32 AM, Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory) <strovel@...> wrote:

<Opinion>It's not incumbent upon an owner to publicly shop a player that has drawn an unsolicited offer. An owner may not feel comfortable telling the solicitor 'thanks for the offer, but now that you've shown interest, I'm going to try to get something better.' There's no obligation to the other 16 teams when that offer comes in the door.

Everybody's available, right? Until you're told they're not.</Opinion>

That said, I'm a profligate trade-talker, as folks know who are in other leagues with me. I'm always posting who I've got available or what my needs are. As one of the 'contenders' this year thanks in part to the one-year wonders of Stone and Norris, Harpers Ferry is in the market for some short-term help at 2b.....


==
On May 1, 2019 at 9:49 AM "John Anderson via Groups.Io" <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 

 

On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io < stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>

 

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Hamilton Up, Mudville on Deck, Cucamonga in the Hole

Thomas Battiato
 

Florida selects Leon Durham, OF/1B.



First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida - Leon Durham
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

mlassman2001
 

This is a retro league where values should be known, at least compared to modern leagues where players could come down with a serious injury.

Its really up to the individual owners to either put out names of players that are available or not.  There are many people like me that will target a certain player that they want - for me - Lou Whitaker.  Then, I would approach the owner with various options.  Why would I announce to the league what players that I am willing to put up for trade when I am looking for a Whitaker or other specific needs.

Often I see players A and B are available.  Looking for young guys.

So, announcing players availability works and sometimes it doesn't.    

Mike


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, May 1, 2019 9:38 am
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: Trade

You’re right, but it’s not smart to take an iffy offer just because they asked first.  Not saying that trade was bad, but how can you really know?  People overpay for pitching all the time.

John Anderson 


On May 1, 2019, at 9:32 AM, Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory) <strovel@...> wrote:

<Opinion>It's not incumbent upon an owner to publicly shop a player that has drawn an unsolicited offer. An owner may not feel comfortable telling the solicitor 'thanks for the offer, but now that you've shown interest, I'm going to try to get something better.' There's no obligation to the other 16 teams when that offer comes in the door.

Everybody's available, right? Until you're told they're not.</Opinion>

That said, I'm a profligate trade-talker, as folks know who are in other leagues with me. I'm always posting who I've got available or what my needs are. As one of the 'contenders' this year thanks in part to the one-year wonders of Stone and Norris, Harpers Ferry is in the market for some short-term help at 2b.....


==
On May 1, 2019 at 9:49 AM "John Anderson via Groups.Io" <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 

 

On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io < stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>

 

 


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

Kevin McNally
 

Maybe we should just run all trades by you first?

Kevin
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From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 7:37:55 AM
To: ASSL@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: Trade
 
You’re right, but it’s not smart to take an iffy offer just because they asked first.  Not saying that trade was bad, but how can you really know?  People overpay for pitching all the time.

John Anderson 


On May 1, 2019, at 9:32 AM, Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory) <strovel@...> wrote:

<Opinion>It's not incumbent upon an owner to publicly shop a player that has drawn an unsolicited offer. An owner may not feel comfortable telling the solicitor 'thanks for the offer, but now that you've shown interest, I'm going to try to get something better.' There's no obligation to the other 16 teams when that offer comes in the door.


Everybody's available, right? Until you're told they're not.</Opinion>


That said, I'm a profligate trade-talker, as folks know who are in other leagues with me. I'm always posting who I've got available or what my needs are. As one of the 'contenders' this year thanks in part to the one-year wonders of Stone and Norris, Harpers Ferry is in the market for some short-term help at 2b.....



==

On May 1, 2019 at 9:49 AM "John Anderson via Groups.Io" <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 

 

On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io < stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>


 


 


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

John Anderson
 

You’re right, but it’s not smart to take an iffy offer just because they asked first.  Not saying that trade was bad, but how can you really know?  People overpay for pitching all the time.

John Anderson 


On May 1, 2019, at 9:32 AM, Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory) <strovel@...> wrote:

<Opinion>It's not incumbent upon an owner to publicly shop a player that has drawn an unsolicited offer. An owner may not feel comfortable telling the solicitor 'thanks for the offer, but now that you've shown interest, I'm going to try to get something better.' There's no obligation to the other 16 teams when that offer comes in the door.


Everybody's available, right? Until you're told they're not.</Opinion>


That said, I'm a profligate trade-talker, as folks know who are in other leagues with me. I'm always posting who I've got available or what my needs are. As one of the 'contenders' this year thanks in part to the one-year wonders of Stone and Norris, Harpers Ferry is in the market for some short-term help at 2b.....



==

On May 1, 2019 at 9:49 AM "John Anderson via Groups.Io" <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 

 

On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io < stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>


 


 


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory)
 

<Opinion>It's not incumbent upon an owner to publicly shop a player that has drawn an unsolicited offer. An owner may not feel comfortable telling the solicitor 'thanks for the offer, but now that you've shown interest, I'm going to try to get something better.' There's no obligation to the other 16 teams when that offer comes in the door.


Everybody's available, right? Until you're told they're not.</Opinion>


That said, I'm a profligate trade-talker, as folks know who are in other leagues with me. I'm always posting who I've got available or what my needs are. As one of the 'contenders' this year thanks in part to the one-year wonders of Stone and Norris, Harpers Ferry is in the market for some short-term help at 2b.....



==

On May 1, 2019 at 9:49 AM "John Anderson via Groups.Io" <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 

 

On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io < stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>


 


 


Re: ASSL '80: Trade

John Anderson
 

Guys,

For the health of the league it is very important for teams that are shopping players to let the league know they’re available.  I doubt anyone other than the person who got them knew that Richard, Romo, and Bahnsen were available and lots of teams fancy themselves contenders and could have used them as one-year pitchers.  Maybe the seller could have received more than they did.

I and most others don’t have the time to pore over every roster to see who MIGHT be available so putting guys out to the league like Cucamonga did is a great thing to do.

John Anderson 


On May 1, 2019, at 8:40 AM, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.

<C-ASSL80 Through HF Pick.LPF>


ASSL '80 Draft: Florida Up, Hamilton On Deck

Steven Galbraith
 


First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


ASSL '80: Trade

Steven Galbraith
 

Mudville sends: Ivan Dejesus, Warren Brusstar and Rob Dressler to Valdosta for: J.R. Richard, Enrique Romo and Stan Bahnsen.

New c-file through HF pick attached.


ASSL 80 Draft -- Florida UP, Hamilton on deck

JOHN CAMPBELL
 

From previous email to keep the draft moving.

After our Czech up, HF will take either mike Boddicker or Bruce Hurst, in that order. 




First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry - Mike Boddicker
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City



Re: ASSL 80 Draft -- Harpers Ferry up - Florida on deck

John Anderson
 

Dang it I wanted all the Smiths!

John Anderson 


On Apr 30, 2019, at 10:54 PM, Art Widiger via Groups.Io <widiger@...> wrote:

Czech selects P Dave Smith.


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Apr 30, 2019 9:58 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL 80 Draft: Czech Up, Harpers Ferry On Deck

Bayou City reaches a little bit and selects Lee Smith, P.

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:12:01 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:




Cascade takes Tim Wallach. Bayou City is up. Czech (have list) is on deck.

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


ASSL 80 Draft -- Harpers Ferry up - Florida on deck

Art Widiger <widiger@...>
 

Czech selects P Dave Smith.


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Apr 30, 2019 9:58 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL 80 Draft: Czech Up, Harpers Ferry On Deck

Bayou City reaches a little bit and selects Lee Smith, P.

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:12:01 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:




Cascade takes Tim Wallach. Bayou City is up. Czech (have list) is on deck.

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - Dave Smith
6.  Harpers Ferry
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


HF list

Chris Strovel (Harpers Ferry Federal Armory)
 

After our Czech up, HF will take either mike Boddicker or Bruce Hurst, in that order. This list provided to the whole league in the interest of maintaining the flow.....


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------ Original Message ------



Bayou City reaches a little bit and selects Lee Smith, P.

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:12:01 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:




Cascade takes Tim Wallach. Bayou City is up. Czech (have list) is on deck.

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - list
6.  Harpers Ferry
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


Re: ASSL 80 Draft: Czech Up, Harpers Ferry On Deck

John Anderson
 

Bayou City reaches a little bit and selects Lee Smith, P.

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:12:01 PM CDT, Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...> wrote:




Cascade takes Tim Wallach. Bayou City is up. Czech (have list) is on deck.

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City - Lee Smith
5.  Czech - list
6.  Harpers Ferry
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City


Cascade/Duane: Email Address Note

Steven Galbraith
 

Duane wasn't receiving messages because he had two separate email addresses listed in his membership. He had an older one that he stopped using; and then he signed up using a new one. Two memberships with two addresses. But the messages were ONLY going to his old email address (I believe) and not his new one.

So apparently if you have two email addresses listed to receive message groupsIO will only send them to the first/oldest one. It will ignore the newer one. Be sure then, if you're changing addresses to delete the old email address from the membership directory.

In any case, he's back in.


ASSL 80 Draft: Bayou City Up, Czech On Deck

Steven Galbraith
 



Cascade takes Tim Wallach. Bayou City is up. Czech (have list) is on deck.

First Round:

1.  Cut and Shoot - Fernando Valenzuela
2.  Polish - Harold Baines
3.  Cascade - Tim Wallach
4.  Bayou City
5.  Czech - list
6.  Harpers Ferry
7.  Florida
8.  Hamilton
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga
11. Spokane
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon
14. Waterloo
15. Seltzer
16. Valdosta from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Czech from Silver City

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