Extractions: Web search only 2think.org The 1996 Topps Stadium Club Members Only baseball cards were limited to a production run of only 750 in 1996 for the first time. Since they were only sold as sets you will be hard pressed to find these sold individually (unlike Refractors, APs and other rare cards that have production runs under 1,000). These cards are not only a great investment, but they are also beautiful. I also have non-Members Only of these same players (if card # is 226 or higher) at a fraction of the costs listed below. A copy of Topps' certification of the 750 print-run is also available upon request. Quantity discounts available. I'll pay postage on all orders of 5 cards or more. (A-B) (C-F) (G-L) (M-O) (P-S) ... (T-Z) 18 card near complete Mickey Mantle set available for $225. Card # Player Price in US$ Abbott, Jim SOLD OUT Abbott, Kurt Abbott, Kurt Abreu, Bob Aguilera, Rick Aguilera, Rick SOLD OUT Alfonzo, Edgardo SOLD OUT Alicea, Luis Alicea, Luis Alomar, Roberto Alomar, Sandy Alou, Moises
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Extractions: Mock Drafts These are actual drafts from fantasy baseball leagues. The league has 12 teams, where Team 1 picks first in round 1 and Team 12 picks first in the second round. NL draft 2002 season, 22 rounds NL draft 2002 season, 11 rounds Mixed Al and NL draft 2002 season, 23rounds ESPN 2002 Live Draft Results, AL, NL and Mixed ... AL draft 1999 seaason, 24 rounds The table below is the first mock draft of the 2001 season, it was a 10 round NL draft. Top of Page Pick Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Randy Johnson Kevin Millwood Mike Hampton John Smoltz J.T. Snow Mark Grace Brad Ausmus Todd Ritchie Mark Sweeney Brian Anderson Alex Ochoa Todd Helton Barry Larkin Gary Sheffield Javy Lopez Phil Nevin Scott Williamson Craig Biggio Jeromy Burnitz Matt Morris Woody Williams Scott Sullivan Kevin Brown Sammy Sosa Curt Schilling Jim Edmonds Edgar Renteria Jose Vidro Steve Finley Eric Karros Scott Elarton Garrett Stephenson Dmitri Young Greg Maddux BrianS. Giles Al Leiter Darryl Kile Robert Person Geoff Jenkins Livan Hernandez Matt Clement Jeffrey Hammonds Randy Wolf Ray Lankford Robb Nen Barry Bonds Jeff D'Amico Shawn Green Rick Reed Neifi Perez Bruce Chen Warren Morris Pokey Reese Pedro Astacio Tom Goodwin Vladimir Guerrero Jeff Kent Richard Hidalgo Luis Gonzalez Scott Rolen Mike Lowell Ryan Klesko Dave Veres Russ Ortiz Shawn Estes Wade Miller Mike Piazza Tom Glavine Kerry Wood Rick Ankiel Richie Sexson Todd Walker Eric Owens Ugueth Urbina Glendon Rusch Rondell White Shane Reynolds Chipper Jones Rich Aurilia Sean Casey Kris Benson Lance Berkman
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Extractions: Baseball Awards A year-by-year look at who should have won the MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie awards in the major leagues. Login Console email password create free account September 2005 S M T W T F S Mailing List Keep my email private Baseball Links Baseball Blogs Baseball Musings Baseball Reference, the best fre Cincinnati Reds Blog ... The Baseball Clubhouse (forums a Sponsors Baseball Playoff Tickets Buy World Series Tickets Find Pro Sports Tickets MLB All-Star Game Tickets ... MLB Baseball Tickets Monday, 12 September 2005 2002 National League The Giants rode Barry Bonds' broad back to 95 wins, a Wild Card playoff berth, and the NL pennant.Â Arizona won 98 to take the West, St. Louis 97 to win the Central, and Atlanta led the league with 101 victories in winning the East.Â Los Angeles was the other strong team, with 92 victories.Â On the flip side, Milwaukee lost 106, San Diego 96, and Chicago 95. Barry Bonds won the MVP, the batting title, led in walks, on-base (a ridiculous .582), slugging and OPS, and runs created.Â Sammy Sosa led in homers and runs, Lance Berkman in RBI, Vlad Guerrero in hits, Bobby Abreu in doubles, and Luis Castillo in steals.Â Randy Johnson won the pitching Triple Crown with leads in wins, ERA and strikeouts, and won the Cy Young.Â John Smoltz led in saves. Win Shares leaders, players; Barry Bonds (San Francisco) 49, Brian Giles (Pittsburgh) and Albert Pujols (St. Louis) 32, Chipper Jones (Atlanta) and Ryan Klesko (San Diego) 31, Lance Berkman (Houston) and Shawn Green (Los Angeles) 30, Jose Vidro (Montreal), Bobby Abreu (Philadelphia), Jim Edmonds (St. Louis) and Jeff Kent (San Francisco) 29, Andruw Jones (Atlanta) and Scott Rolen (Philadelphia/St. Louis) 28, Sammy Sosa (Chicago) and Todd Helton (Colorado) 27, Luis Gonzalez (Arizona), Gary Sheffield (Atlanta), Larry Walker (Colorado) and Edgar Renteria (St. Louis) 26, Pat Burrell (Philadelphia) 25.
Extractions: Today, we catalogue the recent news out of the Royals camp in Surprise, Arizona, and try to interpret it for the upcoming season Despite working on a very limited pitch count, KEVIN APPIER was impressive Wednesday against Milwaukee. Facing mostly the projected starting lineup of the admittedly meek Brew Crew, Appier breezed through two innings, striking out three, walking none, allowing two hits and no runs. Thus far, Appier performance backs up rheotoric filtering out of camp that says Appier is throwing with more velocity than at any point last season. Appier has only worked three innings as the team is still targeting a mid-to-late April return to the rotation for the veteran righty. But he has struck out four batters in those three innings. Appier struck out only ten batters in 24 innings for the Angels in spring training last year. Now, dont get me wrong. Im not saying run out there and snap up Appier and wait for the victories to roll in. Im just pointing out that a one-time fantasy stud is generating favorable reports coming off an injury-tainted stat line last season. The limited results we have so far back up those favorable reports. If Appier continues his improved strikeout rate, then be ready to pounce .Until Appier is ready to rejoin the Royals rotation, the club is leaning towards using a de facto four-man rotation. With the number of off-days scheduled for April, there are only a couple of games where a fifth starter would be needed. Throw in a rainout or two, then they might not need one at all.
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Extractions: Honorable Mention: Willie Aikens (1B), Steve Balboni (1B), U.L. Washington (SS), Joe Randa (3B), Bob Oliver (C), Fran Healy (C), John Wathan (C), Brent Mayne (C), Jamie Quirk (UT), Jim Wohlford (OF), Al Cowens (OF), Clint Hurdle (OF), Darryl Motley (OF), Jim Eisenreich (OF), Brian McRae (OF), Tom Goodwin (OF), Jermaine Dye (OF), Bob Hamelin (DH), Steve Busby (SP), Al Fitzmorris (SP), Doug Bird (SP), Marty Pattin (SP), Bud Black (SP), Mark Gubicza (SP), Charlie Leibrandt (SP), Steve Farr (RP) All-Time Team Notes
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Extractions: Billy-Ball is thinking about the Angels this morning. Last night, Mo Vaughn went 2-4 to bring his batting average up to .258 to go along with his 2 homers and 12 RBI. Yes, Im quite aware he doesnt play for the Angels anymore. They traded him to the NY Mets for Kevin Appier. Appier, held the Detroit Tigers to three hits and two runs over seven innings in last nights 9-2 Angels and he is now 4-1 with an ERA of 2.79. Appier is 3-0 with a 1.35 ERA over his last four starts which coincides with the Angels hot streak in which they have won six in a row and 15 of 17 which matches their best 17 game stretch in team history (June 1-17, 1998). Enjoy the streak, enjoy the song.
Extractions: Main My Baseball Longshot Picks of the Year : Some of you may remember last spring , when I gave my three best longshots to win the World Series. One of them was the eventual champion Florida Marlins, who were then 100-1. So listen to me, and get rich . My best three bets for 2004: 3. The Kansas City Royals, 60-1 . Well, someone's gotta win the gruesome AL Central, and while I think Chicago has a better chance, the Royals won 83 games last year, and have some upside. Even at age 62, C Benito Santiago is a significant mark-up from Brent Mayne ; RF Juan Gonzalez is a safe bet to hit better than Michael Tucker , and 1B Mike Sweeney is healthy. Carlos Beltran , already a stud, is entering his prime, and Jeremy Affeldt seems set to take off. And their division really, really sucks. 2. The San Diego Padres, 40-1 . Sure, I was sweet on them last year too, but all these fine young pitching arms can take a while to develop, and now they've got A) an exciting new pitcher's park to dampen ERAs and pump up the enthusiasm, and B) massive upgrades on offense, in the form of RF Brian Giles , C Ramon Hernandez , and the rapidly developing 23-year-old Long Beach kid Sean Burroughs , in addition to bounce-back upside to last year's injured Phil Nevin and Ryan Klesko . Plus, they play in arguably baseball's worst division (unless it's the AL Central) Frisco's old and depleted and injured, the Dodgers are still anemic (even if I think they'll win the NL West), and the Diamondbacks are running out of horses to shoot. It could be the feel-good story of the year.
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