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Hall of Merit: Summer Vacation Over
Okay, my summer ‘vacation’ is over, almost. I had some personal things to tend to the last month or so, but I’m ready to get cranking again.
I say almost, because I’ll be out of town this weekend, and I’ll be in Vega$ for the first time ever from September 6-10.
We’ve got to decide on a voting system as well. I’ll set up a separate thread for that.
I’ll respond to the email I’ve received from the last month sometime in the next week as well. Thanks for your patience guys.
18 comment(s)Posted: August 30, 2002 at 09:34 PM |
Hall of Merit: Been busy - apology
Guys, I’ve been very busy w/some personal issues the last few weeks. I might be dealing w/these for another week or two. That’s why I’ve practically vanished from this site (all of Primer, not just the HoM) since late July.
I’ll be back with you all shortly. I have been popping in to read every now and then, but I haven’t had any time to do any new work.
If anyone wants to run the formula Charles Saeger gave for pitching vs. fielding for all leagues 1871-1900, that’d be a huge help.
Rob Wood—great work with the voting studies. I guess we are going to have to make up our minds shortly.
0 comment(s)Posted: August 08, 2002 at 06:14 PM |
Hall of Merit: Right Fielders
Here are the right fielders. Jim O’Rourke should be a LF, his stats are now over there.
123 comment(s)Posted: July 17, 2002 at 10:17 PM |
Hall of Merit: Center Fielders
Here are the center fielders. A much better bunch than the LF’s.
106 comment(s)Posted: July 15, 2002 at 03:34 AM |
Hall of Merit: Left Fielders
Here are the left fielders.
39 comment(s)Posted: July 15, 2002 at 03:22 AM |
Hall of Merit: Catchers
Here are the catchers, I’ve updated this thread 9/19/2003. I’m going to remove anyone who isn’t a new eligible, or hasn’t received a vote from these threads; unless he has 175 WS (145 for the catchers), so these threads don’t get too cluttered.
148 comment(s)Posted: July 13, 2002 at 04:03 AM |
Hall of Merit: Shortstops
Here are the SS’s. Pebbly Jack Glasscock is by far the best candidate here. George Wright may have a case on peak value once we have some NA data. Ed McKean has a case he may get in before the next generation’s big guns start hitting the ballot.
360 comment(s)Posted: July 10, 2002 at 05:52 PM |
Hall of Merit: Third Basemen
Here you go . . . Patsy Tebeau has been added at 1B, he’s not a serious candidate though.
I considered Tom Burns a SS as opposed to a 3B, despite the 48%/44% numbers (48% 3B). Burns prime was as a SS, and a bad half-season late in his career that pushed him a little bit ahead on PT as a 3B. It’s a judgement call, and it means nothing, since WS take position into account already.
Ezra Sutton is by far the best candidate at 3B IMHO.
124 comment(s)Posted: July 10, 2002 at 05:49 PM |
Hall of Merit: Distribution list test
I sent an email last night to all ‘registered voters’, who are basically anyone I have in the address book for the Hall of Merit.
You can also just post to this thread, leaving your email in the appropriate spot on the form.
I guess we can use this thread if someone wants to bring up an administrative issue, or anything else not related to discussing the merits of players.
118 comment(s)Posted: July 09, 2002 at 11:04 AM |
Hall of Merit: Second Basemen
Click on the discussion link for the summary of 2B.
91 comment(s)Posted: July 08, 2002 at 11:54 PM |