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Most Meritorious Player: 1996 Discussion

The Yankees beat the Braves in the World Series. Vote for 14 this year.

Player			SH WS		BBR WAR
Barry Bonds		37.8		9.6
Alex Rodriguez		32.2		9.4
Ken Caminiti		35.5		7.6
Jeff Bagwell		39.8		7.5
Mike Piazza		33.3		5.4
Ken Griffey Jr		26.9		9.7
Barry Larkin		31.3		7.2
Chuck Knoblauch		31.5		8.6
Bernard Gilkey		25.5		8.0
Gary Sheffield		32.6		5.9
Brady Anderson		30.6		6.9
Jim Thome		28.3		7.5
Chipper Jones		25.5		6.2
Steve Finley		27.6		5.7
Lance Johnson		25.3		7.2
Frank Thomas		27.0		5.5
Mark McGwire		28.4		6.4
Roberto Alomar		30.8		5.3
Ellis Burks		29.5		7.9
Todd Hundley		22.8		4.9
Ivan Rodriguez		24.0		6.1
Jose Valentin		18.2		3.9
Albert Belle		28.9		5.6
Scott Brosius		18.6		5.3
Manny Ramirez		23.3		4.2
Paul O'Neill		21.3		3.8
Mo Vaughn		29.3		5.6
Kenny Lofton		22.9		5.5
Jim Edmonds		19.2		5.0
Raul Mondesi		25.3		4.6
Edgar Renteria		15.2		3.2
Edgar Martinez		24.1		6.5
Rusty Greer		20.5		5.3
Sammy Sosa		18.9		5.4
Tony Phillips		18.8		3.2
Dave Martinez		15.6		4.8
Brian Jordan		22.3		5.5
Ray Lankford		26.2		5.0
Rafael Palmeiro		26.8		4.4

Pitcher
Kevin Brown		26.2		7.9
Pat Hentgen		23.9		8.5
Roger Clemens		19.2		7.8
John Smoltz		25.1		7.7
Greg Maddux		23.4		7.1
Tom Glavine		21.5		6.9
Ken Hill		22.2		6.6
Alex Fernandez		19.4		6.4
Charles Nagy		21.2		6.7
Juan Guzman		17.4		6.8
Kevin Appier		19.7		6.1
Al Leiter		19.4		5.2
Ben McDonald		16.6		5.4
Denny Neagle		16.5		5.8
Tim Belcher		19.4		4.9
Shane Reynolds		16.1		4.3
Andy Pettitte		18.1		5.6
Curt Schilling		14.4		4.8
Jeff Fasserro		17.7		5.3
Chuck Finley		16.0		4.2
Wilson Alvarez		13.7		4.3
Steve Trachsel		15.6		3.4
Ismael Valdez		16.1		4.5
Hideo Nomo		16.9		4.6
Pedro Astacio		13.8		4.0

Mariano Rivera		17.7		5.0
Roberto Hernandez	17.5		4.2
Trevor Hoffman		19.5		3.8
Troy Percival		16.2		3.4
Jeff Shaw		11.9		3.4

 

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   1. DL from MN Posted: August 03, 2016 at 07:10 PM (#5278495)
1996 prelim

1) Barry Bonds - best bat
2) Alex Rodriguez - great season for a SS
3) Ken Caminiti - decent glove, good bat
4) Kevin Brown - best P
5) Jeff Bagwell - 3rd best bat
6) Mike Piazza - C bonus
7) Pat Hentgen
8) Ken Griffey Jr
9) Barry Larkin
10) Roger Clemens
11) Chuck Knoblauch
12) Bernard Gilkey - good glove
13) Gary Sheffield - 2nd best bat
14) John Smoltz

15-20) Greg Maddux, Brady Anderson, Tom Glavine, Ken Hill, Jim Thome, Chipper Jones
21-25) Steve Finley, Lance Johnson, Frank Thomas, Mark McGwire, Alex Fernandez
26-29) Charles Nagy, Juan Guzman, Roberto Alomar, Ellis Burks
   2. OCF Posted: August 03, 2016 at 10:47 PM (#5278593)
Time for OCF's 1996 post-season memo to his friends. All of the same caveats apply that I mentioned in my post in the 1995 discussion thread. This time, I did name full 25-man rosters (with too many position players and not enough pitchers, but I did get the numbers up to 25).

To start with, the NL team, with the starting lineup presented as a batting order:

1. Lance Johnson, CF
2. Barry Larkin, SS
3. Jeff Bagwell, 1B
4. Barry Bonds, LF
5. Gary Sheffield, RF
6. Ken Caminiti, 3B
7. Mike Piazza, C
8. Ellis Burks, DH
9. Craig Biggio, 2B

Bench: Bernard Gllkey, OF
Bench: Chipper Jones, IF
Bench: Edgar Renteria, SS
Bench: Steve Finley, CF
Bench: Todd Hundley, C
Bench: Tony Gwynn, OF

#1 pitcher: Kevin Brown
#2 pitcher: Greg Maddux
#3 pitcher: John Smoltz
#4 pitcher: Al Leiter
#5 pitcher: Tom Glavine

Closer: Trevor Hoffmann
Bullpen: Robb Nen
Bullpen: Mel Rojas
LOOGY: Mark Guthrie
Bullpen: Hideo Nomo

In my writeup, I said that the most difficult position was CF, where I considered all of Johnson, Finley, Ray Lankford, and Marquis Grissom, along with considering moving Bonds to CF and Gilkey to LF.

NL Cy Young:
1. Brown
2. Smoltz
3. Maddux
4. Hoffman
5. Leiter

(But I didn't strongly object to Smoltz getting the actual CY.)

NL MVP:

1. Caminiti
2. Piazza
3. Brown
4. Larkin
5. Bonds
6. Sheffield

I did mention that Larkin came back from his 1995 MVP with an even better 1996. It's also clear from my relative rankings of Bonds and Sheffield that I was going almost entirely by offense, or more likely a combination of offense and position value, with insufficient consideration of actual defense.
   3. OCF Posted: August 03, 2016 at 10:58 PM (#5278597)
Next up, the AL:

1. Roberto Alomar, 2B
2. Alex Rodriguez, SS
3. Jim Thome, 3B
4. Mark McGwire, 1B
5. Frank Thomas, DH
6. Albert Belle, LF
7. Ken Griffey, CF
8. Brady Anderson, RF
9. Ivan Rodriguez, C

Bench: Chuck Knoblauch, 2B
Bench: Edgar Martinez, DH
Bench: Omar Vizquel, SS
Bench: Terry Steinbach, C
Bench: Mo Vaughn, 1B
Bench: Juan Gonzalez, OF

#1 pitcher: Pat Hentgen
#2 pitcher: Charles Nagy
#3 pitcher: Alex Fernandez
#4 pitcher: Juan Guzman
#5 pitcher: Roger Clemens

Closer: Roberto Hernandez
Setup: Mariano Rivera
Bullpen: John Wetteland
Bullpen: Kevin Appier
Bullpen: Ken Hill

This time I said that the hardest choice was at 2B between Alomar and Knoblauch, and that I also had trouble with the left end of the defensive spectrum (RF, LF, 1B, DH) among Bell, Anderson, Gonzalez, Manny Ramirez, McGwire, Thomas, Vaughn, and Edgar Martinez. And I said "I made the decision to put a non-closer reliever on each team so I would have a way to recognize Mariano Rivera."

AL Cy Young:

1. Hentgen
2. Nagy
3. Fernandez
4. Rivera
5. Hernandez

"Putting a setup man like Rivera in there is a very unusual choice - but I am impressed. On the other hand, the choice of Hentgen for the award is an obvious decision"

AL MVP:

1. Alex Rodriguez
2. McGwire
3. Thome
4. R. Alomar
5. Knoblauch
6. Ivan Rodriguez

I'll come back in a few days to smash this into MMP format. There are a few decisions to be made there.

   4. OCF Posted: August 03, 2016 at 11:04 PM (#5278600)
The most extended riff in the whole memo was the following two paragraphs.

"A lot of the buzz about Alex Rodriguez concerns his age - he turned 21 during the season. People are asking - has anyone ever been that good that young? The answer is yes, a few have been that good - but only a very few. Mel Ott was that good at age 20. Ted Williams was that good at age 21. Ty Cobb had already established by age 21 that he would be the dominant player of his generation. There have been quite a few pitchers who have been dominant at age 21 or younger - Dwight Gooden, Vida Blue, Bob Feller, Babe Ruth, etc., but pitchers are not what we are talking about here. There’s a larger group of people who were spectacular at age 21, but not as good as Rodriguez was this year: Mickey Mantle, Henry Aaron, Ken Griffey Jr., Cesar Cedeño, Tony Conigliaro, etc. Rodriguez’s future is unimaginably bright. I included Conigliaro and Cedeño so you could see a down side: Conigliaro as a reminder that injuries are always possible, Cedeño as a reminder that some players are as good at age 21 as they’re ever going to be. For that matter, Ott was just about as good at age 20 as he ever would be. Even so, Ott was a great player, a no-questions-asked Hall of Famer, and Cedeño was an almost-great player. Cedeño is not in the Hall of Fame, but he was a better player than several outfielders who are.

But you don’t want to get lost in only talking about Rodriguez’s season in terms of his potential. How good a season was it right now, on its own terms? In 1985, all the talk about Dwight Gooden’s potential dimmed the light of Gooden’s year on its own terms - it was one of the greatest pitcher’s years ever, and it was by far the best year Gooden would ever have. Leaving age aside, the best historical precedent I can think of for Alex Rodriguez, 1996, is Robin Yount, 1982. In 1996, Alex Rodriguez played shortstop and batted 2nd in the Seattle lineup. In 1982, Robin Yount played shortstop and batted 2nd in the Milwaukee lineup. In 1996, Rodriguez was followed in the lineup by Ken Griffey Jr., an MVP candidate in his own right, and by the powerful Edgar Martinez and Jay Buhner. In 1982, Yount was followed in the lineup by Cecil Cooper, an MVP candidate in his own right, and by Ted Simmons and the powerful Ben Ogilvie and Gorman Thomas. Unlike Rodriguez, Yount was also preceded by a great leadoff hitter, Paul Molitor. Rodriguez hit .358, winning the batting championship. Yount hit .331, losing the batting championship by .001 to Willie Wilson. Rodriguez’s on-base percentage of .414 ranked 9th in the league (McGwire led with .467 ). Yount’s on-base percentage of .384 probably ranked somewhere around 7th to 10th in the league (Dwight Evans led with .403). Rodriguez’s slugging percentage of .631 ranked 4th in the league (McGwire led with .730). Yount’s slugging percentage of .578 led the league. Rodriguez hit 54 doubles, leading the league. Yount hit 46 doubles, tying for the league lead with McRae. Rodriguez hit 36 home runs, tying for 13th in the league (McGwire led with 52). Yount hit 29 home runs, which probably ranked around 10th in the league (Thomas and Reggie Jackson led with 39 each). Rodriguez hit only one triple. Yount hit 12 triples, 3rd in the league. Rodriguez’s 91 extra base hits were second in the league to Brady Anderson’s 92. Yount’s 87 extra base hits led the league. Rodriguez scored 141 runs, leading the league. Yount’s 129 runs scored ranked 2nd in the league, behind Molitor, who rode Yount’s hitting to rack up 136 runs scored. Rodriguez’s 123 RBI ranked 8th in the league - very impressive for a #2 hitter (Belle led with 148). Yount’s 114 RBI ranked 4th in the league - very impressive for a #2 hitter but also a tribute to the leadoff hitter in front of him (McRae led with 133). Rodriguez stole a few bases efficiently, going 15-4. Yount stole a few bases efficiently, going 14-3. Both had defensive statistics that placed them in the middle of the pack of their league’s shortstops. In 1996, Rodriguez finished the season in a mild slump, as his team faded away from a chance at the playoffs. In 1982, Yount finished the year on a hot streak, hitting 2 home runs in the final game as the Brewers squeaked out the division title on the last day. In 1982, Yount won the MVP award by acclamation. In 1996, there are some other players around to give an argument. My own reaction is that in the context of the time, the league, and the ballpark, I am more impressed by Yount’s 1982 season than by Rodriguez’s 1996 - but I’m amazed at how closely they run in parallel. Yount was 27 years old at the time, the classic age for a player to be at his absolute peak. There is no doubt that the year represents his high water mark, the best year he ever had."
   5. Chris Fluit Posted: August 05, 2016 at 11:10 AM (#5279320)
1996 Prelim Ballot:

We've definitely entered the sillyball era with huge offensive numbers all around.

1. Alex Rodriguez, SS, Seattle Mariners: top five OPS+, 1st in AL RC, adds +8 defense from shortstop
2. Barry Bonds, LF, San Francisco Giants: 2nd in OPS+, 1st in NL RC, adds +10 defense in left
3. Kevin Brown, P, Florida Marlins: 215 ERA+ is crazy good
4. Mark McGwire, 1B, Oakland Athletics: leads AL with 196 OPS+
5. Ken Griffey Jr., CF, Seattle Mariners: +32 on defense plus a pretty good bat (154 OPS+)
6. Jeff Bagwell, 1B, Houston Astros: top 3 in NL in both OPS+ (178) and RC (156)
7. Ken Caminiti, 3B, San Diego Padres: Just a smidge behind Bagwell in every category
8. Mike Piazza, C, Los Angeles Dodgers: top five OPS+ while wielding "the tools of ignorance"
9. Jim Thome, 3B, Cleveland Indians: still holding his own at third while posting a 167 OPS+
10. Gary Sheffield, RF, Florida Marlins: awful defense (-16) keeps him behind the other big bats
11. Chuck Knoblauch, 2B, Minnesota Twins: does everything well
12. Ellis Burks, CF, Colorado Rockies: the +12 defense gets him on the ballot as much as the 149 OPS+
13. Pat Hentgen, P, Toronto Blue Jays: top pitcher in the AL
14. Barry Larkin, SS, Cincinnati Reds: sneaks onto the ballot once more

15. Frank Thomas, 1B, Chicago White Sox: 2nd in AL in OPS+ but dragged down by playing time and poor defense
16. Brady Anderson, CF, Baltimore Orioles: as an O's fan, I would have loved to find room for him on the ballot
17. Edgar Martinez, DH, Seattle Mariners
18. Greg Maddux, P, Atlanta Braves
19. Mo Vaughn, 1B, Boston Red Sox
20. John Smoltz, P, Atlanta Braves: beats out Bernard Gilkey and Mariano Rivera for the top 20
   6. DL from MN Posted: August 05, 2016 at 12:24 PM (#5279370)
Yes, standard deviations for this era are large. DanR has a league adjustment for the National League of 0.936 and the American League gets 0.941 in 1996. To contrast, 1986 was a straight up 1.001 for both leagues.
   7. TomH Posted: August 05, 2016 at 03:50 PM (#5279496)
Someone remind me of the differences between "SH WS" and raw Win Shares. Does SH account for the DH difference which downgrades AL hitters by spreading out the wins over more batters? Does SH account for AL-NL talent differences? Or is it only 'replacement level' changes? Is there a link to a SH WS primer?
   8. DL from MN Posted: August 05, 2016 at 04:22 PM (#5279520)
Data comes from Seamheads/Baseball Gauge.

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James
   9. MrC. Posted: August 06, 2016 at 08:59 PM (#5279905)
1996 All star teams. A lot of agreement with OCF's all star teams.

NL

C Mike Piazza
1B Jeff Bagwell
2B Craig Biggio
3B Ken Caminiti
SS Barry Larkin
LF Barry Bonds
CF Steve Finley
RF Gary Sheffield

No real competition at any position accept the outfield. Bernard Gilkey (another LF) rated higher than Finley; So Burks could play CF with Gilkey in RF.

P - includes pitcher hitting in the rating

SP John Smoltz
SP Kevin Brown
SP greg Maddux
SP Al Leiter

RP Trevor Hoffman

   10. MrC. Posted: August 06, 2016 at 09:02 PM (#5279910)
Whoops!! Burks is rated higher than Gilkey and Finley; so we could Burks in CF. Of course leave Sheffiel in RF.
   11. MrC. Posted: August 06, 2016 at 09:14 PM (#5279917)
AL All Star Team

C Ivan Rodriquez
1B Mark McGwire
2B Robbie Alomar Knoblaugh was close: a better hitter, but poorer fielder than Alomar
3B Jim Thome
SS Alex Rodriguez
LF Albert Belle
CF Ken Griffey
RF Tough call; the highest rated RF is Juan Gonzalez, but Brady Anderson (CF), Rusty Greer (LF) and Jim Edmonds(CF) are all rated Higher than Gonzalez. I think I will agree with OCF and make Anderson my RF,
DH Edgar Martinez

SP Rat Hentgen
SP Roger Clemens
SP Alex Fernandez
SP Juan Guzman

Reliever Mariano Rivera
   12. MrC. Posted: August 07, 2016 at 04:44 PM (#5280211)
1996 Preliminary Ballot

1. John Smoltz 9.51 WARR Great stats while pitching in a hitter's park. About .5 wins as a hitter.
2 Barry Bonds 9.01 WARR A vintage Bonds year
3. Kevin Brown 8.84 WARR Better raw stat than Smoltz, but pitches in a pitcher's park.
4 Ken Caminiti 8.02 WARR A career year. Great hitting and fielding stats. Caminiti had several solid seasons in his career, but nothing to compare to 1996.
5. Gary Sheffield 7.92 WARR Close to having the best hitting stats in NL, but poor defense lowered his ranking.
6. Greg Maddux 7.87 WARR a solid season.
7. Alex Rodriguez. 7.75 WARR An amazing season for a 20/21 year old in his first full season.
8. Jeff Bagwell 7.75 WARR A typical Bagwell season
9. Jim Thome 7.13 WARR Outstanding batting stats with slightly above average fielding at 3B.
10. Pat Hentgen Best AL pitcher.
11. Roger Clemens 6.7 WARR Raw stats don't seem to compare with others, but Boston had one of the poorest fielding records in the AL in support of their pitchers.
12. Mark McWire 6.66 WARR A powerful year.
13. Mike Piazza 6.66 WAR Another good offensive year. Slightly below average on defense.
14. Albert Belle 6.66 WARR A solid offensive season; still an above average fielder.

Clemens, Belle and Piazza are so close that more investigation is necessary before the final ballot..

The rest of the top 20
15.Ellis Burks
16. Barry Larkin
17. Robbie Alomar
18. Edgar Martinez
19. Ken Griffey Jr DRA only gives Griffey a +5.5 Fielding runs instead of the +32 runs that Total Zone estimates.
20. Tom Glavine

   13. DL from MN Posted: August 08, 2016 at 12:05 PM (#5280511)
Want to relive Alex Rodriguez' career? Become a MMP voter!
   14. neilsen Posted: August 27, 2016 at 01:13 PM (#5290893)
1996 Preliminary.I look at all the WAR systems and use Humphreys' " Wizardry" for fielding.

1, Barry Bonds -Best bat and very good defense .
2. Alex Rodriquez
3. Ken Griffey Jr. - bat plus GG CF. His glove may put him above Arod on my final ballot.
4. Kevin Brown
5. Roger Clemens
6. Barry Larkin - Better year than his MVP 1995.
7. Ken Caminiti - plus fielding this year.
8. John Smoltz
10. Jeff Bagwell.

11. Mike Piazza - his bat might put him above Bagwell in my final.
12. Gary Sheffield- his awful glove keeps him out of the top ten.
13. Ellis Burks -
14. Greg Maddux
15. Jim Thome
   15. OCF Posted: August 27, 2016 at 03:59 PM (#5290991)
My preliminary ballot. Since I am basing my voting for this part of the decade on some old files that I wrote at the time, I am faced with a choice: to what extent do I replace 1996 reasoning by 2016 reasoning? The 2016 reasoning is based on more complete information and better analytic tools, after all. But I think I will hold to the position that I am supplying contemporary opinion. I won’t change any of the ordering of my original MVP lists. I will say that there are enough voters here employing 2016 reasoning to swamp me out if I’m egregiously wrong. But I still have to do something, in that I have to splice two lists together into one.

1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Mark McGwire
3. Ken Caminiti
4. Mike Piazza
5. Kevin Brown
6. Jim Thome
7. Barry Larkin
8. Barry Bonds
9. Roberto Alomar
10. Gary Sheffield
11. Chuck Knoblauch
12. Ivan Rodriguez
13. Brady Anderson
14. John Smoltz

Not in the top 14, but worth a “hey, look at what this new guy did” notice: Mariano Rivera.
   16. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 12:59 PM (#5293229)
1996 ALDS BAL CLE

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Roberto Alomar  4  17  2  5  0  0  1  4  2  3  .294  .350  .471  .821  0  0  0  
Brady Anderson  4  17  3  5  0  0  2  4  2  3  .294  .381  .647  1.028  0  1  0
Rafael Palmeiro  4  17  4  3  1  0  1  2  1  6  .176  .263  .412  .675  0  0  0

Albert Belle  4  15  2  3  0  0  2  6  3  2  .200  .333  .600  .933  1  0  0
Manny Ramirez  4  16  4  6  2  0  2  2  1  4  .375  .412  .875  1.287  0  0  0
Jim Thome  4  10  1  3  0  0  0  0  1  5  .300  .417  .300  .717  0  0  0

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Charles Nagy  2  2  7.15  0  1  0  0  11.1  15  9  9  5  13  1.765
   17. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:08 PM (#5293236)
1996 ALDS TEX NYY

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Paul O'Neill  4  15  0  2  0  0  0  0  0  2  .133  .133  .133  .267  0  0  0

Rusty Greer  4  16  2  2  0  0  0  0  3  3  .125  .263  .125  .388  0  0  0  
Ivan Rodriguez  4  16  1  6  1  0  0  2  2  3  .375  .444  .438  .882  0  0  0

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Andy Pettitte  1  1  5.68  0  0  0  0  6.1  4  4  4  6  3  1.579
Mariano Rivera  2  0  0.00  0  0  0  0  4.2  0  0  0  1  1  0.214  

Ken Hill  1  1  4.50  0  0  0  0  6.0  5  3  3  3  1  1.333  
   18. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:14 PM (#5293239)
1996 NLDS ATL LAD

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Chipper Jones  3  9  2  2  0  0  1  2  3  4  .222  .417  .556  .972  1  1  0

Raul Mondesi  3  11  0  2  2  0  0  1  0  4  .182  .182  .364  .545  0  0  0
Mike Piazza  3  10  1  3  0  0  0  2  1  2  .300  .333  .300  .633  0  0  0

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Tom Glavine  1  1  1.35  1  0  0  0  6.2  5  1  1  3  7  1.200  
Greg Maddux  1  1  0.00  1  0  0  0  7.0  3  2  0  0  7  0.429  
John Smoltz  1  1  1.00  1  0  0  0  9.0  4  1  1  2  7  0.667  

Hideo Nomo  1  1  12.27  0  1  0  0  3.2  5  5  5  5  3  2.727
   19. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:18 PM (#5293245)
1996 NLDS STL SDP

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Brian Jordan  3  12  4  4  0  0  1  3  1  3  .333  .385  .583  .968  1  0  0  
Ray Lankford  1  2  1  1  0  0  0  0  1  0  .500  .667  .500  1.167  0  0  0

Ken Caminiti  3  10  3  3  0  0  3  3  2  5  .300  .417  1.200  1.617  0  0  3
Steve Finley  3  12  0  1  0  0  0  1  0  4  .083  .154  .083  .237  1  0  0
   20. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:22 PM (#5293249)
1996 ALCS BAL NYY

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Paul O'Neill  4  11  1  3  0  0  1  2  3  2  .273  .429  .545  .974  0  0  0  

Roberto Alomar  5  23  2  5  2  0  0  1  0  4  .217  .208  .304  .513  0  0  2  
Brady Anderson  5  21  5  4  1  0  1  1  3  5  .190  .292  .381  .673  0  0  0
Rafael Palmeiro  5  17  4  4  0  0  2  4  4  4  .235  .364  .588  .952  0  0  0  

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Andy Pettitte  2  2  3.60  1  0  0  0  15.0  10  6  6  5  7  1.000  
Mariano Rivera  2  0  0.00  1  0  0  0  4.0  6  0  0  1  5  1.750
   21. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:28 PM (#5293252)
1996 NLCS ATL STL

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Chipper Jones  7  25  6  11  2  0  0  4  3  1  .440  .483  .520  1.003  1  0  1

Brian Jordan  7  25  3  6  1  1  1  2  1  3  .240  .269  .480  .749  0  0  0  
Ray Lankford  5  13  1  0  0  0  0  1  1  4  .000  .067  .000  .067  0  0  0

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Tom Glavine  2  2  2.08  1  1  0  0  13.0  10  3  3  0  9  0.769  
Greg Maddux  2  2  2.51  1  1  0  0  14.1  15  9  4  2  10  1.186  
Denny Neagle  2  1  2.35  0  0  0  0  7.2  2  2  2  3  8  0.652
John Smoltz  2  2  1.20  2  0  0  0  15.0  12  2  2  3  12  1.000
   22. DL from MN Posted: August 31, 2016 at 01:33 PM (#5293257)
1996 WS ATL NYY

Player Name  G  AB  R  H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  BB  SO  BA  OBP  SLG  OPS  SB  CS  E
Paul O'Neill  5  12  1  2  2  0  0  0  3  2  .167  .333  .333  .667  0  0  0

Chipper Jones  6  21  3  6  3  0  0  3  4  2  .286  .385  .429  .813  1  0  0

Pitcher Name  G  GS  ERA  W  L  SV  CG  IP  H  R  ER  BB  SO  WHIP
Andy Pettitte  2  2  5.91  1  1  0  0  10.2  11  7  7  4  5  1.406  
Mariano Rivera  4  0  1.59  0  0  0  0  5.2  4  1  1  3  4  1.235

Tom Glavine  1  1  1.29  0  1  0  0  7.0  4  2  1  3  8  1.000
Greg Maddux  2  2  1.72  1  1  0  0  15.2  14  3  3  1  5  0.957
Denny Neagle  2  1  3.00  0  0  0  0  6.0  5  3  2  4  3  1.500
John Smoltz  2  2  0.64  1  1  0  0  14.0  6  2  1  8  14  1.000

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