SPB-4 1991 Season              Status: Playing June


Standings

Batting Average

Home Runs

ERA

Current League Champion

SPB1-1990 Champion

Rick Ryan
Rossville Rockets

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The Rockets won their second straight SPB-4 crown, besting the Plainsmen in five games. MVP went to CF Dave ‘Hendo’ Henderson who was 8/21, 4 2B, 4 runs and 5 RBI this following his ALCS hitting 8/18, 2B, 3 HR’s, 4 runs, 7 RBI

SPB-4 League Officers

Commissioner

John Turnbull

President

Don Rahn

Statistician

Chris Williams

Beat Writer

Dave Lauer

SPB-4 News that's fit to print

November 9, 2018

1990 belated post season prediction lookback

Thanks to Steve Brunner for looking back in the rear view mirror one last time at the 1990 season review. Great work Steve!

October 26, 2018

1991 May stats and Power Rankings posted

Gentlemen: The stats and rankings for May 1991 season are now posted. The AL East race is going to be a tight one if the first two months are any indication. Please have your May profiles to your road opponent and the commish by November 3rd.

August 1, 2018

1991 Free Agent pickups

The following players were claimed after the Phase 3 Free Agent draft:

Pachyderms
Mark Knudson
Eric Nolte

Phantoms
Chris Howard

Kingsmen
RELEASE Terry Puhl and Sal Campusano to get down to the 45 man limit.

Rough Riders
Accuire Mauro Gozzo and Barry Lyons. Release Jim Presley and Luis Quinones

Firebugs
Accuire Luis Quinones, Release Rod Booker

Lemurs
Accuire Sil Campusano

June 28, 2018

1991 Pre-Draft roster cuts

Guys.....the following players have been cut from their respective rosters. Those players who are carded will go into this year's rookie draft. Those players who were uncarded and cut will be deleted from the database and will appear in the appropriate year's rookie draft.

Pachyderms
Rich Garces-92
Eric Gunderson
Mark Huisman
Randy Kramer-92
Dave Leiper-94

Brushbacks
Gus Polidor-93
Rob Ducey
Tim McIntosh
John Shelby
Mauro Gozzo
Jay Baller-92
Fred Toliver-93
Jose Segura

Firebugs
Mark Knudson

Lemurs
Dave Rohde

June 7, 2018

1991 Call for protected rosters.

With the 1991 draft approaching, and to allow for a little extra time with the 4th of July holiday, I will be calling for protected rosters. Rosters are due to me by Friday June 29th.

2 VERY Important things:

1) If you are sending an export file, DO NOT FARM YOUR UNCARDED PLAYERS. They do NOT count towards your protected roster number. Again, Do NOT farm your uncarded players.

2) If you are sending me a typed list, I MUST have a list of your Protected players, unprotected players and uncarded players, if any. This will ensure that we have all of your players accounted for. If you send me a list of just your protected players then I will return to sender.

If you wish you can send me a screenshot of your roster in lieu of an export file or typed list.

Here is how many each team can protect:

21 Players
Ottawa Rough Riders
Punxsutawny Pachyderms
Hartford Yard Goats
Edmonton Magpies
Minneapolis Millers
New York Metropolitans

20 Players
Los Angeles Kingsmen
Lafayette Aviators
Anok Island Gnomes
East Kenosha Lemurs
Thunder Bay Damage
Carolina Game Sox
Frankfort Firebugs
Baltimore SpaceMen
Astoria Zoo Crew
Toledo Mud Hens
Asgaard Guardians

19 Players
Beast Coast Brushbacks
Fairfax Canaries
San Diego Vaqueros
Worcester Grays
Rossville Rockets
Wright Patt Plainsmen
Fog City Phantoms

There is an extra team that can only carry 19 protected as two teams tied for the last spot. Contact me if you have any questions.

June 7, 2018

1991 Stadium Changes

Dave Lauer (Lemurs) has vacated Comiskey Park and has saddled up inside the Astrodome.

Steve Ehresman (Aviators) has claimed Comiskey Park and has vacated Three Rivers Stadium

This will leave Three Rivers Stadium and Fulton County Stadium as the two available parks.

May 30, 2018

1991 Another New manager in place

Gentlemen: Scott Saxon has relinquished the reigns of the Houston Colt 45's. In his place I would like to welcome Sean Comerford. He will rename the team to the Hartford Yard Goats, and will vacate the Astrodome for Oakland Coliseum. The two available parks now are the Astrodome and Fulton County Stadium. You can check out his complete bio on his bio page. Welcome aboard Sean!

March 28, 2018

1991 New manager in place

Guys...there is a new SPB4 Manager for the Buckhead Crackers franchise.

Jonathan Dalton will be taking over the franchise and will be renaming it to the Los Angeles Kingsmen. He will also vacate Fulton County Stadium and move into Anaheim Stadium leaving Fulton County and Oakland Coliseum as the two open parks.

Jonathan's email address is daltonsazhomes@gmail.com

March 26, 2018

1991 Stadium Change and team name change

The Monsters have agreed to trade The Skydome to the New York Metropolitans (Don Rahn) for Candlestick Park (And future Pac Bell Park/AT&T)

With that, the Otsego Lake Monsters have decided to re-locate their franchise to San Francisco Bay Area, so Mike can be in the same town as his daughter : ) It's also closer to Balco Laboratories for Bonds and Clemens : )

The team name will also change, and we will now be called: The Fog City Phantoms

Calendar

November 3, 2018

June profiles due

November 20, 2018

June results due

Power Rankings

  1)  Plainsmen
  2)  Phantoms
  3)  Aviators
  3)  Vaqueros
  5)  Guardians
  6)  Mud Hens
  7)  Game Sox
  8)  Firebugs
  8)  Rockets
  10)  Gnomes
  11)  Grays
  12)  Millers
  13)  Magpies
  14)  Canaries
  15)  Kingsmen
  15)  Metropolitans
  17)  Rough Riders
  18)  Brushbacks
  19)  Lemurs
  20)  Zoo Crew
  21)  Yard Goats
  22)  SpaceMen
  23)  Pachyderms
  24)  Damage

1988 1st Rd. Results

  1)  Phantoms (2)
  2)  Plainsmen (1)
  3)  Aviators (3)
  4)  Vaqueros (3)
  5)  Rockets (8)
  6)  Grays (11)
  7)  Firebugs (8)
  8)  Gnomes (10)
  9)  Mud Hens (6)
  10)  Guardians (5)
  11)  Game Sox (7)
  12)  Lemurs (19)
  13)  Millers (12)
  14)  Rough Riders (17)
  15)  Magpies (13)
  16)  Zoo Crew (20)
  17)  Canaries (14)
  18)  Brushbacks (18)
  19)  Kingsmen (15)
  20)  Metropolitans (15)
  21)  SpaceMen (22)
  22)  Damage (24)
  23)  Pachyderms (23)
  24)  Yard Goats (21)

Historical Information

Established: 1997
Starting Season: 1970
Seasons: 21
Games: 39852
Trades: 1176

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November 14, 2018