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Primer Dugout (and link of the day) 8-22-2014

Toledo News Bee, August 22, 1914:

Pitcher “Dazzy” Vance, aged 20, who was offered for sale by the Superior club of the Nebraska State league together with the franchise and entire club early this season for $250 with no takers, has been sold by Jack Holland of the St. Joseph Western league club to Pittsburg Nationals for $5,000.

Disgusted at the offer made by Superior, Vance bought his release for $50, joined Hastings team and was almost immediately sold to the St. Joseph club for $1,000.

The good news was that the Pirates got a future Hall of Famer who led the National League in strikeouts seven years in a row, wins twice, ERA three times, shutouts four times, complete games twice, and won an MVP award.

The bad news for the Pirates is that he did all that stuff as a Dodger. Dazzy had a sore arm when the Pirates bought his rights, and he bounced around the minors for a half-dozen years before a doctor performed an unspecified surgery on his elbow. It’s safe to say the surgery was successful.

The Robby Hammock District (Dan Lee) Posted: August 22, 2014 at 07:57 AM | 45 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. The Robby Hammock District (Dan Lee) Posted: August 22, 2014 at 08:01 AM (#4776891)
Today's Birthday Team features two players with 3300+ hits and one of the most successful managers in National League history.

I always thought Chiamparino was going to be a star. Looking back on the numbers, I guess his ceiling (had he not gotten injured) was probably more "solid mid-rotation guy" than "star".

C: Wally Schang
1B: Harry Swacina
2B: Jose Arcia
3B: Paul Molitor
SS: Dud Lee
LF: Carl Yastrzemski
CF/Manager: Ned Hanlon
RF: Happy Felsch

SP: Howie Camnitz
SP: Randy Wolf
SP: Ray Burris
SP: Jeff Weaver
SP: Hipolito Pichardo
RP: Doug Bair
RP: Left-Handed Steve Kline

General Manager: Pat Gillick
Umpire: Mike Everitt
Prospect flameouts: Scott Chiamparino, Gary Scott
   2. Dag Nabbit is part of the zombie horde Posted: August 22, 2014 at 08:51 AM (#4776902)
1857 Ned Hanlon born
1886 stray dog tears at CIN’s Abner Powell pant leg, causing him to miss fly ball, resulting in game-winning HR for LOU’s Chicken Wolf
1889 Wally Shang born
1891 Happy Felsch, Black Sox, born
1892 Ben Sanders throws no-hitter.
1903 Pirates all-time record hits .500 (1,409-1,409). Been over ever since
1905 forfeit: WA beats DET after DET refuses to play after lengthy argument
1908 Connie Mack purchases Shoeless Joe Jackson
1908 early in day: CIN turns down NYG’s John McGraw offer for Joe McGinnity. Then McG pitches 9 IP in relief beating ‘em 5-1
1910 Honus Wagner goes 7-7 in doubleheader w/ 3 2B & a HR
1915 Edd Roush hits inside the park walk-off HR for Newark over PIT in the FL.
1917 Carson Bigbee, PIT, gets 6 hits in 11 at bats in 22 inning game
1920 last game: Ernie Shore
1923 Sloppy Thurston, CWS, strikes out the side on 9 pitches in the 12th vs PHA. CWS lose in 13
1926 after 3 straight rain outs, Connie Mack gets courtinjunction to play on Sunday
1929 Marriage of Herbert & Stella Aaron, parents of Hank
1933 Bill Veeck Sr urges midsummer series of interleague games & proposes a split season
1933 BRK purchase Dutch Leonard the knuckler from York (NY-PA League)
1934 MLB debut: Rudy York
1934 Walk-off homer by pitcher: Wes Ferrell, his 1st of 2
1934 Wes Ferrell hits 2 HR in 3-2 win vor BOX over CWS.
1938 MLB debut: Preacher Roe
1939 Yaz born without a complete set of vowels
1946 MLB clubs OK move to 168 game schedule. Doesn’t take.
1948 BRK pulls off triple steal vs Boston in 5th inning. J ackieRobinson the lead runner. BRK steals 8 bases all game
1949 NYY purchases Johnny Mize from NYG for $40,000
1950 Ray Burris born
1951 Tommy Byrne, NYY, walks 16 BOX batters. BOX strand 22 runners but win, 3-1
1954 1st of 42 multi-HR games for Ernie Banks
1954 NYY selects Jim Kontanty off waivers from PHI
1956 Mantle w/in 20 ft of clearing Yankee Stadium - 20 rows into Upper Left Field Stands
1956 Paul Molitor born
1957 Stan Musial, STL, tears muscle while swinging in PA. It ends his consecutive game sterak at 895 game
1958 98th consecutive game Nellie Fox plays in w/out a K: 116-for-396, 13/5/0 xbh
1958 Dummy Taylor, pitcher, dies
1958 KCA trade ultimate swingman pitcher Murry Dickson to NYY
1958 Ralph Terry retires 27 of 28 batters. Perfection ruined by erd inning single by ....(wait for it)...opposing pitcher Russ Kemerer
1959 Frank Robinson hits 3 HR in one game
1960 Cubs sign amateur free agent Lou Brock
1960 Jim Brewer, CHC & CHC team sure Billy Martin with $1,040,000 lawsuit over 8/5 fight. Settled in court: Martin to pay $25K
1961 Ron Santo singles w/ 1 out in first: only Cub hit of the game. Art Mahaffey: 9IP, 1H, 0R, 2W, 7K
1965 Juan Marichal attacks Johnny Roseboro w/ baseball bat in SFG-LAD game
1966 Andy Etchebarren saves Frank Robinson from drowning in pool at BAL Orioles pool party.
1968 Heine Groh dies
1968 Tommy John throws one by head of Dick McAuliffe, so the DET batter wrestles the CWS pitcher to ground. Torn ligament in P shoulder
1969 Luis Tiant fans 16, tied for his best in 9-inning gm: 9 IP, 7 H, 2 R/ER, 3 BB, 16 K. CLE 3, CAL 2
1970 Don Sutton steals a base for the only time in his life. Bottom of the 7th in game tied 1-1. Dies on 3rd, PIT 2, LA 1 (16)
1970 Pair of singles by Ed Spiezio ruins an otherwise perfect game by Bob Gibson
1971 Reggie Jackson hits inside-the-park WALK OFF HR
1972 Tiger-A’s brawl in Detroit sets up bad blood for that year’s ALCS showdown
1973 CLE signs Alfredo Griffin as amateur free agent
1974 Salem OF AlfredoEdmead (Carolina League) dies from on-field collision w/ teammate. Cause of death: massive skull fracture
1974 STC signs Tom Herr as amateur free agnt
1976 Angels lead 8-0 over NYY heading into btm9th. Then Yanks tie it 8-8!! Yanks lose 11-8 (11)
1976 Jeff Weaver born
1976 Randy Wolf born
1978 last game; Wilbur Wood
1978 Ron LeFlore sets new AL reocrd: 27th consecutive stolen base
1979 Johnny Bench hits his 325th HR w/ CIN, passing Frank Robinson as franchise leader. Still is
1979 NL Pres. Upholds yesterday’s protest by HOU - Jeff Leonard given 1B. HOU lose anyway, 5-0 to NYM
1980 Eddie DeBartolo Sr reaches agreement to buy CWS from Bill Veeck. Doesn’t take
1981 Steve Bedrosian runs out for 1st MLB start: hits railing, bruises forearm & swallows tobacco
1982 3rd-string catcher Glenn Burmmer steals home in bottom of 12th: STL 5, SFG 4 (12). Ran on his own. 4 SB in his entire career
1982 Cubs retire Ernie Banks’s number
1986 MLB debut: Mark McGwire
1989 Felix Fermin, CLE, has 4 sacrifice hits in one game. Last done by Ray Chapman in 1919
1989 MLB debut: Marquis Grissom
1989 Nolan Ryan records K #5000
1989 Paul Assenmacher fans 4 in one inning
1989 TOR 3, DET 2 (14). Walk-off error. Ouch. Btm14th: BB, SH, IW, GO (force 2nd runner), SB. E1
1991 MLB debut: Reggie Sanders
1995 After more than 7,700 PA, Tony Gwynn hits his first grand slam
1997 Mike Magnante, HOU, fans side on 9 pitches vs COL in 9th
1997 MLB debut: Torii Hunter
1999 Mark McGwire, STL, hits 504-foot HR vs NYM
2000 Brent Mayne, COL catcher, gets the win on the mound in 7-6 (12) win
2000 Eric Karros, LAD, hits 2 HR in 1 inning
2000 MLB debut: Eric Byrnes
2001 CWS 13, KCR 12. KCR scored 7 in the 1st inning
2001 Sammy Sosa hits 3 HR in one game for the fourth time. Leaves game in 6th inning
2002 Cubs trade Tom Gordon to Houston
2004 last game: Sterling Hitchcock
2006 Albert Pujols sets new personal best w/ 7 RBI in one game
2006 ARI trades Shawn Green to NYM
2006 MLB debut: Dustin Pedroia
2006 Nick Markakis, BAL, hits 3 HR in one game
2007 600 doubles: Barry Bonds
2007 Albert Pujols homers in 5th straight game
2007 TEX 30, BAL 3
2009 ST. Louis wins it’s 10,000th regular season game, including AA years
2010 Lou Piniella, CHC manager, retires. ATL 16, CHC 5
2012 Adrian Beltre, TEX, hits 3 homers in one game
   3. Rennie's Tenet Posted: August 22, 2014 at 08:53 AM (#4776904)
Dazzy had a sore arm when the Pirates bought his rights, and he bounced around the minors for a half-dozen years before a doctor performed an unspecified surgery on his elbow.


They probably gave him a gorilla elbow or some such. Ignorant as I am regarding 1910s minor league stats, it looks like Vance was actually effective as he was bouncing around the minors. He just wasn't taking a full workload, 50 innings in 1916 and just under 200 in 1917-18.

Hanlon's another Pittsburgh what-if: he managed Pittsburgh without success in 1889-1891, was released as player-manager early in 1892, and immediately set to work building the Orioles teams of the mid-90s.
   4. Rennie's Tenet Posted: August 22, 2014 at 09:04 AM (#4776909)
1974 Salem OF AlfredoEdmead (Carolina League) dies from on-field collision w/ teammate. Cause of death: massive skull fracture


Yet another Pirate what-if: Edmead was 18 years old in the Carolina League, batted .314, 64 walks, 61 stolen bases. Howie Haak talked about signing him in Dollar Sign on the Muscle.
   5. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 09:50 AM (#4776933)
Hanlon changed jobs twice in the three seasons he managed in Pittsburgh. He managed the Alleghenys for part of 1889, then went to the Pittsburgh Burghers for their only year in 1890, then back to the Alleghenys, who had become the Pirates by then, in 1891.
   6. BDC Posted: August 22, 2014 at 10:38 AM (#4776988)
1989 Nolan Ryan records K #5000

Rickey Henderson, as perpetual video clips at the Ballpark remind us. I listened to that game on the radio. Henderson could be vulnerable to the high fastball from a RHP; it was a little hard for him to get up out of his crouch and either see or attack the pitch. By which I mean relatively, of course: if it was coming 85 MPH, he was fine, but if it was coming from Nolan Ryan, not.

Edit: Henderson career vs. Ryan: 2-for-17, 5 walks, 5 strikeouts, no HR, no RBI, .118/.318/.176.
   7. Crispix reaches boiling point with lackluster play Posted: August 22, 2014 at 10:54 AM (#4777017)
1886 stray dog tears at CIN’s Abner Powell pant leg, causing him to miss fly ball, resulting in game-winning HR for LOU’s Chicken Wolf


Thank goodness we have replay now. If this happened to Nick "Abner" Markakis, Tampa's Chicken Wolf would only get a double.
   8. What did Billy Ripken have against ElRoy Face? Posted: August 22, 2014 at 11:14 AM (#4777044)
Prospect flameouts: Scott Chiamparino, Gary Scott


...and I'm right back in high school opening a pack of 1991 Upper Deck.
   9. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 11:20 AM (#4777051)
In about a year, the Rangers turned Sammy Sosa, Wilson Alvarez, and Scott Fletcher into Scott Chiamparino, Joe Bitker, and Jeff Satzinger.
   10. esseff Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:02 PM (#4777101)
Re #6. Ryan and Henderson are linked in bb history in another way: Henderson became the all-time steals leader ("Today, I am the greatest of all time") on the same day Ryan pitched his seventh no-hitter.
   11. kthejoker Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:05 PM (#4777102)
BR Bullpen has the story of Edmead's death from a player, Jim Meerpohl, who helped administer medical assistance. Gruesome story, heartbreaking for Meerpohl and Edmead's teammates.

   12. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:29 PM (#4777126)
I just started Dollar Sign on the Muscle, and I haven't gotten to the Edmead part. I don't think I'd ever heard of him or his story. Peter Gammons included the story in a column four years ago.
   13. Crispix reaches boiling point with lackluster play Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:44 PM (#4777155)
So, there's a spot at the bottom of these threads where there's always a small weird ad.

For a while, it was showing photos of bizarre fruit and vegetables as supposed aging cures.
Then it switched to photos of hideously wrinkled crones, again to advertise aging cures.
Now, it seems to be devoted to character assassination and unflattering photos targeted at Ellen DeGeneres. These have no obvious connection to aging cures.

WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON
   14. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:46 PM (#4777158)
I get a Staples ad. What kind of websites have you been visiting?
   15. Los Angeles El Hombre of Anaheim Posted: August 22, 2014 at 12:59 PM (#4777167)
I have Ad Blocker. I win.
   16. Moeball Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:10 PM (#4777186)
I can't believe it was 49 years ago today that the infamous Marichal/Roseboro incident happened. My favorite part of the story was that Marichal thought Roseboro was throwing at him. Juan wasn't worried about the pitcher, but he thought the catcher was buzzing him! Priceless!

In other news about getting hit over the head repeatedly with a baseball bat, the Ellen DeGeneres thingy at the bottom of the page is actually an ad for Cover Girl, i.e., more anti-aging makeup stuff, completely consistent, unfortunately, with the themes of the previous ads.

I don't know why I know this; I probably should seek professional help.

And Happy Birthday Yaz! You cannot possibly be 75 years old today! Why, I remember 1967 as if it was just yesterday, and...(sigh). Damn, I'm old.
   17. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:30 PM (#4777216)
If we assume Donaldson, Stanton, Heyward, Trout, Beltre, and Tulowitzki decide to play again next year and don't get caught throwing a World Series, Happy Felsch is second only to Shoeless Joe in final-season WAR among position players.
   18. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:46 PM (#4777226)
If we assume Donaldson, Stanton, Heyward, Trout, Beltre, and Tulowitzki decide to play again next year and don't get caught throwing a World Series, Happy Felsch is second only to Shoeless Joe in final-season WAR among position players.


Among the top 150 players in WAR in their final season, 6 players led the league in a positive batting category. Who are they?

edit: 7 players.
   19. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:49 PM (#4777230)
Shoeless Joe? Will Clark? Koufax, if you include pitchers.
   20. Der-K and the statistical werewolves. Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:53 PM (#4777237)
13/crispix - i often get those as well, including anti-ellen ones (there's multiple versions).
it's some online university w/ this refresh.
   21. The Robby Hammock District (Dan Lee) Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:54 PM (#4777242)
18: Barry Bonds?
   22. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 01:58 PM (#4777247)
Bonds and Jackson are correct. Bonds walks and OBP, Jackson triples. I should have specified position players, so no Koufax.
   23. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:02 PM (#4777255)
Clemente?
   24. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:09 PM (#4777261)
No, but one of the remaining players is a HOFer. The other 4 are really, really obscure. One is from the 19th century, one played his first and last season in the inaugural year of the AL. one played his final season in the FL. One is from the 80's.

There is another guy, outside of the top 150, who everyone here should know, and he led the league in a category he was famous for in his final year.
   25. Crispix reaches boiling point with lackluster play Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:14 PM (#4777270)
Are any of them guys from the 1930s who "led" the league with 22 steals, like Stan Hack and Pepper Martin?
   26. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:23 PM (#4777279)
No. As I said, One HOFer, one from the 1800's, one from 1901, one from the FL, one from the 80's.
   27. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:26 PM (#4777282)
The middle three guys above are very obscure, and it's likely no one on this board has ever heard of them. I sure haven't. the HOFer of course is well know. the 80's guy most probably heard of. And the bonus guy, famous for one thing.
   28. JJ1986 Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:28 PM (#4777284)
There is another guy, outside of the top 150, who everyone here should know, and he led the league in a category he was famous for in his final year.


Ron Hunt?
   29. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:30 PM (#4777286)
Yes, the slightly less famous brother of Mike Hunt.
   30. The District Attorney Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:31 PM (#4777288)
Ted Williams.
   31. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 02:34 PM (#4777291)
No. Not enough PAs to qualify for the rate stats.
   32. JustDan Posted: August 22, 2014 at 03:19 PM (#4777323)
Mickey Mantle (walks?)
   33. The Robby Hammock District (Dan Lee) Posted: August 22, 2014 at 03:22 PM (#4777328)
Is 19th century guy Lip Pike?

edit to add: Lip Pike is the worst body piercing ever, by the way.
   34. JustDan Posted: August 22, 2014 at 03:53 PM (#4777354)
OK, I'm thinking short career guys like Campanella, Jackie Robinson, Kiner.
   35. JustDan Posted: August 22, 2014 at 03:57 PM (#4777360)
... Puckett, Greenberg, DiMaggio, ...
   36. AROM Posted: August 22, 2014 at 04:00 PM (#4777362)
Kirby Puckett?

I'm guessing he might have led in hits or doubles.
   37. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: August 22, 2014 at 04:02 PM (#4777366)
Well, the shotgun approach works. Hank Greenberg led the league in walks his final season.

The other guys are:

Henry Moore. led the 1884 UA in games

Steve Evans led the 1915 FL in doubles and HBP

Irv Waldron led the 1901 AL in games, AB, and PA

Elliot Maddox led the 1980 NL in HBP (with 6!)
   38. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 22, 2014 at 05:14 PM (#4777423)
The Game of 8/21/84 was an early-career highlight from someone who ended up as one of the best pure relievers in baseball history. (P-I search request - highest WAR totals for pitchers with 0 career GS.) This player would change teams in the ensuing offseason, and did so via a process with which I am not familiar, and which I don't think exists any more; if anyone can provide more historical info on this, it would be welcome.

Anyway, it was also an extra-inning game that involved both teams scoring in the eighth inning, so that was nice.
   39. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 05:29 PM (#4777432)
75 years to the day after it happened, I learned Valerie Harper and Carl Yastrzemski were born on the same day.
   40. The District Attorney Posted: August 22, 2014 at 05:42 PM (#4777441)
   41. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 22, 2014 at 05:54 PM (#4777445)
I forgot to mention that the 1984 GotD also has a freak of a double play that I'm not sure I've ever seen before; if anyone happens to recall another example, feel free to throw it out there.

Anyway, the Game of 8/21/14 had a bunch of chances with runners in scoring position - and no hits in any of them, including the one actual scoring play. Also, there were no extra-base hits, which is helpful when a pitcher is trying to wriggle out of rally after rally. Oh, and it was a tenth straight win, a streak that may just be putting a division race to bed early.
   42. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 06:25 PM (#4777476)
The Game of 8/21/84 was an early-career highlight from someone who ended up as one of the best pure relievers in baseball history.
Here's the explanation of the draft that sent him to the Blue Jays.
   43. AndrewJ Posted: August 22, 2014 at 07:23 PM (#4777505)
Also on August 22:

1964 My parents get married, with this ex-major leaguer (one of my father's childhood friends) in attendance
   44. Batman Posted: August 22, 2014 at 08:02 PM (#4777512)
That's pretty cool. Edelman didn't have a very long MLB career but it involved big names. In his debut, the first hitter he faced was Roy Campanella, who singled to right fielder Chuck Tanner (probably past second baseman Hank Aaron) scoring Pee Wee Reese. Then Sandy Amoros singled to left fielder Bobby Thomson, scoring Duke Snider. He got out of the inning by striking out Gil Hodges and getting Jackie Robinson to pop up to Del Crandall. Also, the last guy who hit in the Braves' pitcher's spot in the lineup before Edelman entered the game was Eddie Mathews, who hit a home run. If I had been involved in anything with any of those people, I would mention it in every conversation ever, instead of my Cliff Floyd and LaTroy Hawkins connections.
   45. AndrewJ Posted: August 22, 2014 at 10:03 PM (#4777547)
John Edelman's brother Ray was an assistant basketball coach for many years at Penn and (IIRC) Oregon.

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