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Primer Dugout (and link of the day) 5-14-2019

Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 14, 1919:

Charles Dooin, playing manager of the Reading International League baseball club, accused of playing ball on Sunday, May 4, was discharged by a [Reading] court [yesterday] because of insufficient evidence. The prosecution had been brought at the instance of the Reading Ministerial Association. The prosecution will make further efforts to stop baseball [in Reading] on Sundays.

As far as I can tell, Red Dooin didn’t play baseball on May 4, 1919. His team did, but he didn’t.

Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:07 AM | 36 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:08 AM (#5841818)
Good Birthday Team today. That pitching staff will do just fine, thankyouverymuch.

C: Pat Borders (3.6 WAR)
1B: Tony Perez (54.0 WAR)
2B: Joey Cora (7.9 WAR)
3B: Christian Colon (1.8 WAR)
SS/Manager: Dick Howser (9.6 WAR)
LF: Bob Thurman (1.4 WAR)
CF: Earle Combs (42.5 WAR)
RF: Hosken Powell (1.5 WAR)

SP: Ed Walsh (65.8 WAR)
SP: Roy Halladay (64.3 WAR)
SP: Dennis Martinez (48.7 WAR)
SP: Dick Tidrow (13.4 WAR)
SP: Kyle Freeland (11.6 WAR)
RP: Dave LaRoche (15.1 WAR)
RP: Luke Gregerson (6.6 WAR)

Owners: Alex Pompez, J.L. Wilkinson
Umpire: Johnny Stevens
Frequently hangs out near Port Melbourne, Victoria: Doc Land
Fun name: Wimpy Quinn
   2. snapper (history's 42nd greatest monster) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:16 AM (#5841821)
SP: Dick Tidrow (13.4 WAR)

Tidrow is the first "set up man" I remember, setting up for Sparky Lyle on the mid-70s Yankees. He was really good too. 312.2 IP of 2.99 ERA, 126 ERA+ from '75 to '77.

Did not remember him starting 25 games for them in '78. I'm sure that wasn't the plan, but was dictated by injuries to Gullett (career ending) and Catfish.
   3. Tom Nawrocki Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:30 AM (#5841828)
Kyle Freeland gets the start today, on his 26th birthday.
   4. Der-K: at 10% emotional investment Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:44 AM (#5841835)
julio urias reportedly arrested - domestic battery. (sigh)
brewers call up keston hiura, their top prospect - a good hitting second baseman
   5. Pasta-diving Jeter (jmac66) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:46 AM (#5841836)
C: Pat Borders (3.6 WAR)

I believe this is lowest lifetime WAR for any WS MVP. Even Larry Sherry has 5.6
   6. Dag Nabbit at ExactlyAsOld.com Posted: May 14, 2019 at 12:51 PM (#5841882)
1878 James L. Wilkinson born
1881 Ed Walsh born
1886 Charles Comiskey, STL, breaks up double play by running full tilt into Bid McPhee. Cincy fans furious, but ump certifies the play
1890 Alex Pompez born
1891 Bill Hutchinson becomes only pitcher to ever hit inside the park HR off of John Clarkson
1892 Tom Daly hits the only pinch-hit HR ever hit off of John Clarkson
1896 last game: Dave Foutz, pitcher who was also a position player
1896 Jacob Stenzel, PIT, gets 6 hits in a game. 1st time in franchise history
1899 Earle Combs born
1911 Indians play their first home Sunday game
1912 MLB debut: Herb Pennock
1913 Walter Johnson tops Jack Coombs 53 IP scoreless streak and stretches his mark to 56. Then gives up run in 4th ending it
1914 Jim Scott tosses no-hitter until 10th, then allows 2 hits. WAS 1, CWS 0 (10). He loses
1916 Rogers Hornsby hits his first homer: an inside the park one
1918 Sunday baseball legalized in DC
1920 Burleigh Grimes' top Game Score (102) & longest known outing: 14 IP, 7 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 9 K.
1920 300 wins: Walter Johnson (300-194)
1922 Phillies all-time record falls to .500, never been this high since (hit .500 several times in 1922, this is last): 2,728-2728
1924 Babe Ruth Day at Yankee Stadium - presented with AL's MVP award for 1923, World Champ banner (the first one ever for the Yankees) unfurled. Browns win
1927 pitchers duel: Guy Bush (CHC) & Charlie Robertson (BOB) go distance: CHC 7, BOB 2 (18). Bush 18 IP, Robertson 17.3 IP
1927 One dies when entire section of RF stands falls in the Baker Bowl. Scores injured
1928 John McGraw hit by car outside Wrigley while trying to hail cab. Takes responsibility for it & doesn't get the driver's name.
1928 1st of 12 walkoff HR for Jimmie Foxx: his only pinch hit walkoff. 3-run w/ 2 out, btm 10th. A's 6, Cle 3
1932 Jerry Dior, created the logo for major league baseball, born
1936 Dick Howser born
1939 Mothers Day: Feller's Mom/Dad see him pitch - foul ball of Marv Owen in 3rd inning hits Mama Feller - 6 stitches over right eye
1939 500 doubles: Charlie Gehringer
1940 Jimmie Foxx HR is arguably the longest in history of Comiskey. Clears the LF Roof
1941 Dizzy Dean retires
1942 Tony Perez born
1944 Stan Musial loses ball in sun - conks him on the head. Pepper Martin asks if he's OK then laughs
1950 Johnny Hopp, PIT, gets 6 hits in a game - including 2 HR
1950 Billy Martin farmed out to KC BLues, but not before arguing with George Weiss about it
1955 Dennis Martinez born
1961 MLB debut: Chuck Hinton (Senators/Indians)
1964 last game: Pete Runnels
1965 Carl Yastrzemski hits for the cycle
1967 500 homers: Mickey Mantle
1968 Nolan Ryan fans 14
1968 1st of 6 consecutive CG shutouts by Don Drysdale
1973 Yaz gets his first SH in over 6 years (4-22-67). Won't have another for 3 more years (8-22-76)
1974 2nd of 8 times Gene Mauch has his team lay down 5 SH in a game. All but the first 2 times come in a DH league
1975 M. Donald Grant, NYM boss fines Cleon Jones $2000 for "betraying the image of the club" indecent exposure charged (dropped) in FL
1977 Roy Halladay born
1977 no-hitter Jim Colborn of the Royals versus the Rangers: 6-0. 6 K, 1 BB
1978 Tommy Lasorda asked what he thinks of Dave Kingman's performance (3 HR in 10-7 Cub win) vs. LA. CLASSIC answer
1978 NYY nearly get in a fight on an airplane (not a charter flight). Martin, Munson, & Rivers. NYY charter all flights after 1978 as as result
1981 George Brett injures ankle in game & whaps reporter on the head w/ a crutch afterwards. (Apologies next day)
1983 Ben Oglivie hits 3 HR in one game for 3rd time
1987 Luke Sewell dies
1988 Jose Oquendo becomes 1st non-pitcher in 20 years to get a decision, losing in the 19th. ATL 7, STL 5 (19)
1989 Benny Distenfano becomes 1st LH-catcher in MLB in 9 years. Catches 9th inning of 5-2 los to Atl. Mike Squries the last one
1993 MLB debut: Woody Williams
1993 last game: Wally Backman
1993 Jay Gainer, CIN, hits HR on first MLB pitch his sees in his first MLB at bat
1994 Royals retire George Brett's number
1994 Paul Shuey fans 4 in 9th inning for CLE. Only 2nd MLB appearance
1996 Dwight Gooden throws no-hitter. NYY 2, SEA 0. Great lineup no-hit.
1997 wild game, PIT beats COL 15-10. Rockies blow leads of 6-3, 7-5, and 9-6 while walking 13 batters
1997 100 homers: Jim Thome
1998 FLO trades Gary Sheffield, Bobby Bonilla, Charles Johnson, Jim Eisenriech & Manuel Barrios to LA for Mike Piazza & Todd Zeile
1999 MLB debut: Ted Lilly
2000 MTL 16, CHC 15
2002 Jimmy Carter throws out first pitch in Cuban League All-Star games. Fidel Castro coaches him as he warms up
2006 A month after reaching .500 for the first time in 44 years, Astros hit .500 again: and will fall/stay below again: 3519-3519
2008 Cubs sign Jim Edmonds
2010 Ron Gardenhire orders IW of Mark Teixeira to face A-Rod w/ bases loaded. The heck? 19th grand slam
2012 Starlin Castro, CHC, tries SH but hits into the rare 3-5-4 double play instead
2012 MLB fires Shyam Das, arbitrator in the Ryan Braun PED case
   7. Itchy Row Posted: May 14, 2019 at 01:04 PM (#5841892)
I believe this is lowest lifetime WAR for any WS MVP. Even Larry Sherry has 5.6
Steve Pearce might be third, at 9.7. He's at negative 0.6 this year, so he's gaining on Sherry and Borders.
   8. Tom Nawrocki Posted: May 14, 2019 at 01:19 PM (#5841906)
I hadn't noticed this before, but birthday boys Roy Halladay and Kyle Freeland are also the two top pitchers (by WAR) to be born in Denver. Dave LaRoche is also a Colorado boy, having been born in Colorado Springs. Those three are also three of the top four pitchers from the state, with only Rich Gossage (also from Colorado Springs) spoiling the run by being born on July 5.
   9. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 01:25 PM (#5841908)
So, pitchFX appears to not work anymore. I'm trying to isolate Shane Bieber's 4th inning matchup with Tim Anderson from last night. You can no longer isolate individual ABs, only a specific pitcher's results against all hitters, or all RHH, or LHH. There are other selectors, one of which is individual specific matchups, but those no longer do anything. Frustrating.
   10. Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 01:26 PM (#5841910)
Steve Pearce might be third, at 9.7. He's at negative 0.6 this year, so he's gaining on Sherry and Borders.
Bobby Richardson is at 8.2, so Pearce would have to be pretty bad for a long time to catch him.

But, as we've learned from Chris Davis the past two seasons, given enough playing time, there's no limit to the futility that's possible for a sufficiently motivated player.

edit: I just want to make it clear that I'm not saying Davis was terrible on purpose. I'm certain he's trying as hard as he can.
   11. Itchy Row Posted: May 14, 2019 at 01:33 PM (#5841912)
I hadn't noticed this before, but birthday boys Roy Halladay and Kyle Freeland are also the two top pitchers (by WAR) to be born in Denver. Dave LaRoche is also a Colorado boy, having been born in Colorado Springs. Those three are also three of the top four pitchers from the state, with only Rich Gossage (also from Colorado Springs) spoiling the run by being born on July 5.
The top Colorado-born hitter is Chase Headley, whose birthday was last week.
   12. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 04:52 PM (#5841984)
Small sample and all but since the Disaster of '19, Chris Davis has hit 290/371/581 with 5 HR in 70 PA.
   13. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 04:59 PM (#5841987)
Today's trivia question inspired by a wander through b-r and finding the Padres' Franmil Reyes who so far this year has 11 HR and 7 BB ...

There are 8 players with 1000+ career PA and HR >= BB. Hints: 3 are active, 3 are catchers, 2 are well-known pitchers, 1 is as long ago as you can get**, and none of them are Javy Baez (which surprised me a bit, he might get there by year's end). Go!

I'll be offline for a bit so I'll trust you guys to referree yourselves.

** So long ago that I suspect the numbers are suspect .... but if anybody gets this guy without cheating, they win $117 M internet bucks.
   14. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 05:11 PM (#5841994)
On Tidrow ... he was more than just a set-up guy, more like a 2016 Andrew Miller or 2018 Josh Hader in that he might come in at anytime. Looking at 1977, he had 7 starts, another 8 appearances befrore the 5th inning, 12 times in the 5th-6th, 14 times in the 7th-8th, 8 times in the 9th or later. He finished about half the games he relieved in. 40 multi-inning appearances (I assume including the 7 starts) and entered with men on base in 27 of 42 relief appearances.

And with the Birthday team's love of names, surely he should be Dirt Tidrow on the lineup card.
   15. snapper (history's 42nd greatest monster) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 05:16 PM (#5841997)
On Tidrow ... he was more than just a set-up guy, more like a 2016 Andrew Miller or 2018 Josh Hader in that he might come in at anytime.

Well, yes, but back then that was also true of the closers to a large extend. There was nothing shocking about seeing Lyle or Gossage in the 7th inning.
   16. Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 05:24 PM (#5842002)
For the old-tymey guy in #13, my first three guesses were Lip Pike, Ned Williamson, and Buck Freeman. It's none of them.
   17. Sweatpants Posted: May 14, 2019 at 06:17 PM (#5842015)
I'll guess Carlos Zambrano, Miguel Olivo, Ramon Castro (those two are interchangeable in my mind, but I don't know if they were actually similar), and John Buck.

Edit: Those were all wrong. Zambrano had more HR than BB but didn't have enough PA. Castro and Buck weren't even close, with Buck in particular being a terrible guess.
   18. Pat Rapper's Delight (as quoted on MLB Network) Posted: May 14, 2019 at 06:30 PM (#5842018)
Micah Owings had 9 HR vs 8 BB, but in only 219 PA.
   19. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 07:16 PM (#5842026)
#15 ... sure but Tidrow was not just "first fireman", he was also spot starter, long reliever, etc. Looking at gmme logs for 1975, Lyle and Tidrow only appeared in the same games a handful of times and, in a few of those, Lyle preceded Tidrow (though it's not clear that was the intent). I don't know how reliably they apply the modern stats looking backwards, but Tidrow is now credited with just 1 hold that season (entire team only 3) and only 9 for his entire Yanks career (he had 24 in the next 3+ seasons with the Cubs).

So it's the "set-up" bit that I don't consider accurate. He didn't really move into that role until joining the Cubs. Tidrow was a guy who probably could have been Kent Tekulve or at least Gene Garber but he ended up on teams with even better relievers than him -- first Lyle and Gossage in NY then Sutter in Chicago. So he was just the Yanks' #2 ace reliever.

The 1977 Yanks are a lovely flashback. They used only 333 relief innings (teams these days around 560) and Lyle and Tidrow covered 241 of those (with Tidrow tossing in 47 innings of starting). Essentially a 2-man pen with Ken Clay to mop up. It is true that Tidrow immediately preceded Lyle 12 times (and Lyle 4 times ahead of Tidrow) through about 3/4 of the season, then Tidrow moved into the rotation to end the year. In those games, Tidrow had 3 wins, 3 holds and 2 blown saves. That might be enough to be a set-up guy. But Lyle did finish 60 games that year.

So I'm just saying that relief usage of the time and Tidrow's usage in particular didn't really support the idea of a "set up guy." As you know the preferred model was:

1. Complete game (Yanks had 52 that year)
2. Starter goes deep, puts a guy or two on, bring in a reliever to finish the game (Lyle or Tidrow finished 86 of the other 110 games). Tidrow entereed with runners on 27 times, Lyle 59 ... which happens to add up to 86 although obviously not a 1-1 correspondence.

But other than maybe the occasional Ken Clay start, I doubt the plan was ever "if the starter gives us 5 we can use Tidrow for 2 then Lyle for 2." The Cubs kinda invented something close to the closer role -- Sutter would pitch about 105, not 140-150 innings. In 1980, Tidrow made 84 relief appearances , all but 2 of them in the 6th or later. Tidrow only immediately preceded Sutter 17 times but that was in part because the Cubs had a ridiculously deep bullpen (Bill Caudill, Willie Hernandez and eventually a young Lee Smith -- 20 holds overall, Tidrow with 9) and partly because they stunk (only 68 wins, only 37 save opps for Sutter, Tidrow with 12).

That season, Sutter, Caudill and Tidrow combined for 10 WAR, 6 WAA.

   20. AndrewJ Posted: May 14, 2019 at 07:49 PM (#5842039)
Two perfect-game pitchers on today's team, and Ed Walsh lost to Addie Joss' perfect game in October 1908 -- Walsh struck out 15 with 0 ER in the 1-0 game. That's probably the quintessential Deadball Era pitchers duel. Either that one or the Wood-Johnson 1-0 game at Fenway in September 1912.
   21. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 08:32 PM (#5842055)
That's probably the quintessential Deadball Era pitchers duel. Either that one or the Wood-Johnson 1-0 game at Fenway in September 1912.


Or the Hippo Vaughn-Free Toney double no-hitter. Vaughn gave up 2 hits to lose it in the 10th, but both pitchers combined for 1 run, 2 hits, 13 strikeouts and 4 walks in 10 innings.
   22. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 08:36 PM (#5842056)
Obviously some bigger hints are needed -- I doubt I'd have gotten any of these from those hints either but you guys are usually better at this than I am...

The active C is a multi-time all-star
One of the other active players is also a former all-star, currently playing for his third team in the last 2 years
The final active player is a former top 100 prospect who passed the 1000 PA threshold this year
One of the other Cs was a career back-up C (but a name most will recognize) in the sillyball era with a career-high of 338 PA, mostly with the Angels
The final C was also a career back-up in the 80s ... and I can't think of any good clues for him so I'll just tell you he's Bill Schroeder
One of the pitchers was very, very famous for a while and won a CYA
The other pitcher was pretty famous, WS MVP, 2-time AS and his brother played as well

The old, old guy was Levi Meyerle who played from 1871-1877 (and briefly in 1884) who's listed with 10 HR and 10 BB.
   23. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 08:59 PM (#5842075)
Sorry Walt, I missed your trivia the first time. Quick guesses:

1) Sal Perez

My first thought for pitcher was Carlos Zambrano, but he was neither a CYA winner, nor a WS MVP, and upon looking up his stats, had only 744 PA, but he had 24 HR, 10 BB. I have little doubt he would have made the list given enough time.

So, for the pitchers, I'll go with John Smoltz and Bob Forsch.
   24. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:07 PM (#5842087)
Sal Perez is correct (the active multi-time all-star). 141 HR, 131 BB.

Smoltz and Forsch are wrong I'm afraid.

The very, very famous pitcher was very, very famous, not paltry Smoltz level of fame. :-) He is post-expansion (as is everybody else).

So one down, 5 to go.
   25. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:10 PM (#5842090)
Gooden?
   26. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:13 PM (#5842094)
In fact ... John Smoltz had 5 HR and, get this, 79 BB. Bob Forsch is much closer at 12/27. Neither pitcher is Rick Wise 15/27 and not 1000 PA. The CYA winner is not Fergie 13/41.
   27. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:15 PM (#5842095)
Gooden -- no. Good guess ... probably even more famous than Gooden but you're on the right track. Gooden 8/14 and not 1000 PA.
   28. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:16 PM (#5842096)
Wow, I couldn't have been more off with Smoltz. Well, I could have. I could have picked Glavine, 1/101.
   29. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:22 PM (#5842100)
Fernando?
   30. Der-K: at 10% emotional investment Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:27 PM (#5842102)
I agree that he’s more famous than Gooden (I knew this dude had power but not that he lacked patience).
Had a kid that played pro ball as a position player for over a decade.

(Edit: Yes, Fernando)
   31. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 14, 2019 at 09:45 PM (#5842117)
OK, now a WS MVP who had a brother who played. Not Forsch obviously. Not Niekro or Perry. Not Glavine. Al Leiter was never WS MVP, plus he was a terrible hitter. Livan?
   32. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: May 14, 2019 at 10:15 PM (#5842129)
That's probably the quintessential Deadball Era pitchers duel. Either that one or the Wood-Johnson 1-0 game at Fenway in September 1912.


Or the Hippo Vaughn-Free Toney double no-hitter. Vaughn gave up 2 hits to lose it in the 10th, but both pitchers combined for 1 run, 2 hits, 13 strikeouts and 4 walks in 10 innings.


Or Joe Oeschger and Leon Cadore combining on a 26-inning, 1-1 tie. (Apart from the obvious low-scoring nature of the game and the fact that both pitchers lasted all 26 innings, it also reminds you that ties were relatively common back then. Plus, all 26 innings were completed in less than 4 hours.)
   33. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 11:47 PM (#5842159)
Fernando (10/8) and Livan (10/10) are correct!

That leaves the mildly well-known back-up C and the two active players. I'll give all the answers soon. One of the actives is a middle IF, the other is an OF.
   34. Walt Davis Posted: May 14, 2019 at 11:55 PM (#5842161)
The list by HR ...

141 Sal Perez
116 the active IF
71 the backup C (not active ... sillyball era)
66 the active OF
61 Bill Schroeder
10 Fernando
10 Livan
10 Meyerle

I really can't think of any other hints for the back-up C. He was never traded for anybody (always released), I'm not aware of any good trivia. How about ... in one year, the Angels apparently thought enough of his meager bat that he got 30 starts in the OF and 42 at DH.
   35. Misirlou doesn't live in the restaurant Posted: May 15, 2019 at 12:21 AM (#5842165)
116 the active IF


Odor?
   36. Walt Davis Posted: May 15, 2019 at 01:20 AM (#5842172)
Odor is an excellent guess but he's at 109/142.

The final list:

141 Sal Perez
116 Jonathan Schoop
71 Todd Greene
66 Hunter Renfroe
61 Bill Schroeder
10 Fernando
10 Livan
10 Meyerle

Schoop is at 116/103, Renfroe at 66/65 (so it possibly could have flipped today). I'd have never gotten either of those. I had no idea Schoop had that kind of power (4.2% career HR/PA, he has a season over 30 HR) and no idea Renfroe walked so little.

There are heaps and heaps of qualifying seasons. Maybe I'll spring that on you tomorrow.

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