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ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville Pick, Cucamonga UP, Spokane on Deck

Kevin McNally
 

The Nine select:

DAVE McKAY, 3B+

 

 

From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> On Behalf Of Roger Clarke
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2019 2:31 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville Up, Cucamonga on Deck

 

Dave Heaverlo to Hamilton

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 




Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish: Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Ken Schrom
5.  Czech: John Verhoeven
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry: Mike Stanton-p
7.  Florida: Albert Williams
8.  Hamilton: Dave Heaverlo
9.  MudvilleDave McKay
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Mudville Up, Cucamonga on Deck

Roger Clarke
 

Dave Heaverlo to Hamilton

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 




Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish: Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Ken Schrom
5.  Czech: John Verhoeven
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry: Mike Stanton-p
7.  Florida: Albert Williams
8.  Hamilton: Dave Heaverlo
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher

 


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: Hamilton Up, Mudville on Deck

Thomas Battiato
 

Florida selects Albert Williams, SP.





Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish: Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Ken Schrom
5.  Czech: John Verhoeven
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry: Mike Stanton-p
7.  Florida: Albert Williams
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: FloridaUP Hamilton On Deck

Duane Webster
 



  Thanks Duane


From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...>
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2019 6:18 AM
To: ASSL@groups.io
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL '80 Draft: Cascade Up, Florida On Deck
 




New Orleans takes Ken Schrom. Czech, from list, takes John Verhoeven. Cascade is up until 9:30 tonight.
We'll draft until everyone is at 40.

Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish: Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Ken Schrom
5.  Czech: John Verhoeven
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry: Mike Stanton-p
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


ASSL '80 Draft: Six Hour Limits Starting With Round #5

Steven Galbraith
 


We'll be drafting until 40 (ugh); so we'll need to pick the pace up with Round #5. Otherwise it's going to take a month to finish. We'll have six hour limits for the next round. If that goes fast we'll continue with #6. If not we'll go to lists/auto.

There are still about 8-10 good players out there; mostly backups but quality ones.



ASSL '80 Draft: Cascade Up, Florida On Deck

Steven Galbraith
 




New Orleans takes Ken Schrom. Czech, from list, takes John Verhoeven. Cascade is up until 9:30 tonight.
We'll draft until everyone is at 40.

Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish: Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Ken Schrom
5.  Czech: John Verhoeven
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry:
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


Re: ASSL '80 Draft: New Oreans Up, Czech On Deck

mike eliyas
 

Poish selects Jeff Jones


-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Sun, May 12, 2019 6:45 pm
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL '80 Draft: Polish Up, New Orleans On Deck



Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish:Jeff Jones
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City:
5.  Czech: 
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry:
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


ASSL '80 Draft: Polish Up, New Orleans On Deck

Steven Galbraith
 



Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago
3.  Polish:
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City:
5.  Czech: 
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry:
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


Re: ASSL '80 Draft; Polish Up on deck

Duane Webster
 



  Thanks Duane


From: ASSL@groups.io <ASSL@groups.io> on behalf of Bill P via Groups.Io <a2badboy99@...>
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2019 10:01 PM
To: ASSL@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80 Draft; Cascade up, Polish on deck
 
Cut and Shoot selects John Littlefield P*




Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield P*
2.  Cascade: Dick Drago-p
3.  Polish
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City:
5.  Czech: 
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry:
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


Re: ASSL '80 Draft; Cascade up, Polish on deck

Bill P
 

Cut and Shoot selects John Littlefield P*




Round #4
1.  Cut and Shoot: John Littlefield P*
2.  Cascade: 
3.  Polish
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City:
5.  Czech: 
6.  Cascade from Harpers Ferry:
7.  Florida:
8.  Hamilton: 
9.  Mudville
10. Cucamonga:
11. Spokane:
12. Valdosta
13. Mt. Lebanon: 
14. Waterloo: 
15. Seltzer: 
16. Melonville:
17. New Orleans:
18. Silver City:

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


ASSL '80 Draft; Cut and Shoot Up, Cascade On Deck

Steven Galbraith
 



Cut and Shoot is up. Clock is off until Monday. New c-file through Round #3 complete. SF=100 adjustments made.

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

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher


ASSL '80: End Round 3

JOHN CAMPBELL
 





See the source image

NO takes Bruce Berenyi. Silver City is up. No clock is on.

New c-file with adjusted SF out at the end of the round. Other than Florida everyone apparently wants the SF to100 on. If you don't, email me to not have it for your team.

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City: John Butcher

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier




ASSL '80: Silver City Up to End the Round

Steven Galbraith
 

See the source image

NO takes Bruce Berenyi. Silver City is up. No clock is on.

New c-file with adjusted SF out at the end of the round. Other than Florida everyone apparently wants the SF to100 on. If you don't, email me to not have it for your team.

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer:  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans: Bruce Berenyi
18. Silver City:

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier


Re: ASSL '80: New Orleans up - Silver City on deck

Art Widiger <widiger@...>
 

Czech selects OF Lou Piniella.


-----Original Message-----
From: Umpy <umpy@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>; Jeff Heisterkamp <heistyman@...>
Sent: Fri, May 10, 2019 6:13 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: Czech up New Orleans on Deck

Seltzer takes local product Randy Martz.  I know his head coach from high school well.  

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville: Lou Piniella
17. New Orleans
18. Silver City

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier

"I have snatched my share of joy from the grudging hand of fate as I have
jogged along, but never has life held for me anything quite so entrancing as
baseball."--Clarence Darrow



 
 

 

 


Re: ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Thomas Battiato
 

Okay, thanks for the tip.


-----Original Message-----
From: John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, May 11, 2019 12:01 am
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Make sure you bench any non-converted guys not in the lineup or the mm WILL use him.

John Anderson


On May 10, 2019, at 9:47 PM, Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

Thanks for your lengthy and detailed reply. I know it took a lot of effort, and I really do appreciate it.

Actually, I know most of what you wrote and have read the help files dozens of times. Once again after I received your email.

So I think I've got the theory down, but not the practice. My part-time guys always get worn out after starting one game and I have a dead spot on the roster. I see that last year all of my guys were converted SF 100 last year, so I am going to ask Steve to refrain from converting them this year to see if it makes a difference. I hope I'm doing the right thing.

Thanks again!

Tom



-----Original Message-----
From: Umpy <umpy@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>; Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io <Dodger300@...>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 7:37 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Tom, I think you are confusing SF with PR.  SF is season factor.  Meaning they should only play in that & of games. If you have a player with a SF of 50.  That can convert into him playing in 50% of the games.  So in our league, he could then play in 81 games.  After 81 games, be will be worn out.  His rating will go down.   He is used up.  If he pinch hits or pinch runs, that's 1 of 81 games.  So if that player has a SF of less than 100, don't pinch hit or pinch run him or use as a defensive replacement because that counts as a game player. 

If you change that SF to 100, he could play in all 162 games.  

Now the PR.  The PR stands for Play rating.  It's based on plate appearances per game. I can't remember the formula but it's something like 4.1 at bats (Plate App) per game.  So if a player has a PR of 900, he can play full time and get 90% of the plate appearances per game.  A player used at the top of the lineup will get more PA's, and get tired quicker.  I've played a 900 PR guy and batted him 8th or 9th and never or rarely had to sit him.  A guy at the top could only play 9 of 10 games full time.  But a pinch hit appearance is only 1 PA, so it's doesn't affect him much.  I've seen a guy with a low PR get tired just being used as a Def player in the 8th or 9th without batting.  

So what is being asked here is do you want the SF to be changed to 100.  What that will do is change that PR of 900 and SF of 50 to a PR of 450 (multiply SF by PR) but a SF of 100.  So he could play full time 45% of the time or every game for about 2 PA's per game.  If he sits a game, then he can play the full game the next time.  

There are different levels where the game checks the usage and the tired or worn out player status kicks in.  They are usually after a game level with a 1 after it.  The first check is after game 11.  The next is 21, then 41, then 81.   After 81, it seems to check a lot more.  

Why do you change them in our league?  Because unless you bench those guys that have a short SF, you cannot control how they get used on the road. They pinch hit, they lost a whole game, not just 1 PA.  

The help files in this game are some of the best I've seen in any program.  In LM, go to help, then type in PR.  There is a pretty good explanation there as well.  Maybe even better.  
On May 9, 2019 at 7:04 PM "Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io" <Dodger300@...> wrote:

Dear Steve and others, 

Before converting my players, maybe someone can explain to me how the SF factor interacts with AIM, as I have never been able to understand it.

I find that if I use a player with a low SF number, he often gets tired or bushed after just one game. That means if I put him on my roster to give one of my regulars a rest, I am going to play short-handed for the rest of the series.

I would like to be able to use a part-time player for 2-3 times in a sewies, then send him to the farm for  however long it takes for him to recover, rather than to constantly have to play with a short-handed roster.

As I have several players with low SF numbers this year, I know I can't carry them on the roster in the same series or my bench will be bushed the whole series.

Can someone advise me if there is a method that will allow them to play more than one game in a series before getting tired?

Thank you for your help!

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 6:37 pm
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

All: I haven't converted players to SF =100 but will with the next c-file. This means, for example, that a 100/650 player will become a 650/100, a 910/53 will become a ~455/100, et cetera.

If you DO NOT want your players converted to 100 then post me. Otherwise they'll be converted.


Re: ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

John Anderson
 

Make sure you bench any non-converted guys not in the lineup or the mm WILL use him.

John Anderson


On May 10, 2019, at 9:47 PM, Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io <Dodger300@...> wrote:

Thanks for your lengthy and detailed reply. I know it took a lot of effort, and I really do appreciate it.

Actually, I know most of what you wrote and have read the help files dozens of times. Once again after I received your email.

So I think I've got the theory down, but not the practice. My part-time guys always get worn out after starting one game and I have a dead spot on the roster. I see that last year all of my guys were converted SF 100 last year, so I am going to ask Steve to refrain from converting them this year to see if it makes a difference. I hope I'm doing the right thing.

Thanks again!

Tom



-----Original Message-----
From: Umpy <umpy@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>; Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io <Dodger300@...>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 7:37 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Tom, I think you are confusing SF with PR.  SF is season factor.  Meaning they should only play in that & of games. If you have a player with a SF of 50.  That can convert into him playing in 50% of the games.  So in our league, he could then play in 81 games.  After 81 games, be will be worn out.  His rating will go down.   He is used up.  If he pinch hits or pinch runs, that's 1 of 81 games.  So if that player has a SF of less than 100, don't pinch hit or pinch run him or use as a defensive replacement because that counts as a game player. 

If you change that SF to 100, he could play in all 162 games.  

Now the PR.  The PR stands for Play rating.  It's based on plate appearances per game. I can't remember the formula but it's something like 4.1 at bats (Plate App) per game.  So if a player has a PR of 900, he can play full time and get 90% of the plate appearances per game.  A player used at the top of the lineup will get more PA's, and get tired quicker.  I've played a 900 PR guy and batted him 8th or 9th and never or rarely had to sit him.  A guy at the top could only play 9 of 10 games full time.  But a pinch hit appearance is only 1 PA, so it's doesn't affect him much.  I've seen a guy with a low PR get tired just being used as a Def player in the 8th or 9th without batting.  

So what is being asked here is do you want the SF to be changed to 100.  What that will do is change that PR of 900 and SF of 50 to a PR of 450 (multiply SF by PR) but a SF of 100.  So he could play full time 45% of the time or every game for about 2 PA's per game.  If he sits a game, then he can play the full game the next time.  

There are different levels where the game checks the usage and the tired or worn out player status kicks in.  They are usually after a game level with a 1 after it.  The first check is after game 11.  The next is 21, then 41, then 81.   After 81, it seems to check a lot more.  

Why do you change them in our league?  Because unless you bench those guys that have a short SF, you cannot control how they get used on the road. They pinch hit, they lost a whole game, not just 1 PA.  

The help files in this game are some of the best I've seen in any program.  In LM, go to help, then type in PR.  There is a pretty good explanation there as well.  Maybe even better.  
On May 9, 2019 at 7:04 PM "Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io" <Dodger300@...> wrote:

Dear Steve and others, 

Before converting my players, maybe someone can explain to me how the SF factor interacts with AIM, as I have never been able to understand it.

I find that if I use a player with a low SF number, he often gets tired or bushed after just one game. That means if I put him on my roster to give one of my regulars a rest, I am going to play short-handed for the rest of the series.

I would like to be able to use a part-time player for 2-3 times in a sewies, then send him to the farm for  however long it takes for him to recover, rather than to constantly have to play with a short-handed roster.

As I have several players with low SF numbers this year, I know I can't carry them on the roster in the same series or my bench will be bushed the whole series.

Can someone advise me if there is a method that will allow them to play more than one game in a series before getting tired?

Thank you for your help!

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 6:37 pm
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

All: I haven't converted players to SF =100 but will with the next c-file. This means, for example, that a 100/650 player will become a 650/100, a 910/53 will become a ~455/100, et cetera.

If you DO NOT want your players converted to 100 then post me. Otherwise they'll be converted.


Re: ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Thomas Battiato
 

Thanks for your lengthy and detailed reply. I know it took a lot of effort, and I really do appreciate it.

Actually, I know most of what you wrote and have read the help files dozens of times. Once again after I received your email.

So I think I've got the theory down, but not the practice. My part-time guys always get worn out after starting one game and I have a dead spot on the roster. I see that last year all of my guys were converted SF 100 last year, so I am going to ask Steve to refrain from converting them this year to see if it makes a difference. I hope I'm doing the right thing.

Thanks again!

Tom



-----Original Message-----
From: Umpy <umpy@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>; Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io <Dodger300@...>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 7:37 pm
Subject: Re: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

Tom, I think you are confusing SF with PR.  SF is season factor.  Meaning they should only play in that & of games. If you have a player with a SF of 50.  That can convert into him playing in 50% of the games.  So in our league, he could then play in 81 games.  After 81 games, be will be worn out.  His rating will go down.   He is used up.  If he pinch hits or pinch runs, that's 1 of 81 games.  So if that player has a SF of less than 100, don't pinch hit or pinch run him or use as a defensive replacement because that counts as a game player. 

If you change that SF to 100, he could play in all 162 games.  

Now the PR.  The PR stands for Play rating.  It's based on plate appearances per game. I can't remember the formula but it's something like 4.1 at bats (Plate App) per game.  So if a player has a PR of 900, he can play full time and get 90% of the plate appearances per game.  A player used at the top of the lineup will get more PA's, and get tired quicker.  I've played a 900 PR guy and batted him 8th or 9th and never or rarely had to sit him.  A guy at the top could only play 9 of 10 games full time.  But a pinch hit appearance is only 1 PA, so it's doesn't affect him much.  I've seen a guy with a low PR get tired just being used as a Def player in the 8th or 9th without batting.  

So what is being asked here is do you want the SF to be changed to 100.  What that will do is change that PR of 900 and SF of 50 to a PR of 450 (multiply SF by PR) but a SF of 100.  So he could play full time 45% of the time or every game for about 2 PA's per game.  If he sits a game, then he can play the full game the next time.  

There are different levels where the game checks the usage and the tired or worn out player status kicks in.  They are usually after a game level with a 1 after it.  The first check is after game 11.  The next is 21, then 41, then 81.   After 81, it seems to check a lot more.  

Why do you change them in our league?  Because unless you bench those guys that have a short SF, you cannot control how they get used on the road. They pinch hit, they lost a whole game, not just 1 PA.  

The help files in this game are some of the best I've seen in any program.  In LM, go to help, then type in PR.  There is a pretty good explanation there as well.  Maybe even better.  
On May 9, 2019 at 7:04 PM "Thomas Battiato via Groups.Io" <Dodger300@...> wrote:

Dear Steve and others, 

Before converting my players, maybe someone can explain to me how the SF factor interacts with AIM, as I have never been able to understand it.

I find that if I use a player with a low SF number, he often gets tired or bushed after just one game. That means if I put him on my roster to give one of my regulars a rest, I am going to play short-handed for the rest of the series.

I would like to be able to use a part-time player for 2-3 times in a sewies, then send him to the farm for  however long it takes for him to recover, rather than to constantly have to play with a short-handed roster.

As I have several players with low SF numbers this year, I know I can't carry them on the roster in the same series or my bench will be bushed the whole series.

Can someone advise me if there is a method that will allow them to play more than one game in a series before getting tired?

Thank you for your help!

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Galbraith via Groups.Io <stevemgalbraith@...>
To: ASSL <ASSL@groups.io>
Sent: Thu, May 9, 2019 6:37 pm
Subject: [ASSL] ASSL '80: All Players to SF 100

All: I haven't converted players to SF =100 but will with the next c-file. This means, for example, that a 100/650 player will become a 650/100, a 910/53 will become a ~455/100, et cetera.

If you DO NOT want your players converted to 100 then post me. Otherwise they'll be converted.


Re: ASSL '80: Czech up New Orleans on Deck

Umpy
 

Seltzer takes local product Randy Martz.  I know his head coach from high school well.  


Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer  Randy Martz
16. Czech from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Silver City

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier

"I have snatched my share of joy from the grudging hand of fate as I have
jogged along, but never has life held for me anything quite so entrancing as
baseball."--Clarence Darrow



 

 


 


 


ASSL '80 Draft: Seltzer Up, Czech On Deck (have list)

Steven Galbraith
 

See the source image

C-file through Waterloo pick attached. SF's not changed with this one.

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer
16. Czech from Melonville: Have list
17. New Orleans
18. Silver City

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier


Re: ASSL '80: Seltzer is up, Czech on Deck

Jeff Heisterkamp
 

Waterloo picks John Martin P


On May 10, 2019, at 10:59 AM, John Anderson via Groups.Io <andjohn1961@...> wrote:

Great pickup this late.

On Friday, May 10, 2019, 10:51:27 AM CDT, Steve Alvin <salvin123@...> wrote:


Terriers pick Eddie Milner, of

Round #3
1.  Cut and Shoot: Elliott Maddox
2.  Polish: Juan Eichelberger
3.  Cascade: Tim Lollar
4.  New Orleans from Bayou City: Rafael Ramirez
5.  Czech: Steve Yeager
6.  Harpers Ferry: Dave Stapleton
7.  FloridaGlenn Hoffman
8.  Hamilton: Luis Salazar
9.  MudvilleDave W. Roberts
10. Cucamonga: Fred Breining
11. Spokane: Ed Lynch
12. ValdostaGarth Iorg
13. Mt. Lebanon:  Eddie Milner
14. Waterloo:  John Martin 
15. Seltzer
16. Czech from Melonville
17. New Orleans
18. Silver City

Round #2
1.  Cut and Shoot: Gary Lucas
2.  Cascade: Rich Gedman
3.  Polish: Bob Walk
4.  Cucamonga from Bayou City: Jay Howell
5.  Czech: Joe Charboneau
6.  Harpers Ferry: Ken Phelps
7.  Florida: Wally Backman 
8.  Hamilton: Vance Law
9.  Mudville:  Mark Davis
10. Cucamonga:  Dave LaPoint
11. Spokane: Joe Price
12. Valdosta: Dave Goltz
13. Mt. Lebanon: Luis Leal
14. Waterloo: Rod Scurry
15. Seltzer: Mike Armstrong
16. Melonville:  Ozzie Virgil  
17. New Orleans: Mike Davis
18. Polish from Silver City: Bob Dernier

"I have snatched my share of joy from the grudging hand of fate as I have
jogged along, but never has life held for me anything quite so entrancing as
baseball."--Clarence Darrow