Thursday, December 31, 2015


The Mavs traded Rusney Castillo and pick 6 to the Warpigs for Tom Wilhelmsen and pick 3.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

New Year's Eve Eve Mock Draft

Here's the first try at a Mock Draft for 2016. It's really too early - as probably half these guys won't even end up being in the first round, but it's fun to take a stab at it.

1. Buckeyes - Stephen Piscotty - Balanced, young, plays multiple positions. Which could be good, because the Buckeyes have holes everywhere except DH. Oops, no, sorry... there's a hole at DH, too.

2. Killer Bees - Kyle Schwarber - The Bees have more holes than the Buckeyes, but will still win 20 more games next year than the shriveled testicle gang. And finish his games 5 months later - but still on time.

3. Warpigs - Matt Duffy - Last year's infield is gone. 2b/ss have been replaced. Now 3b has.

4. Rhinos - Brendan Rodgers - The uncarded "future Tulowitzki" fits the Rhinos perfectly. When asked what direction the Rhinos were headed in 2016, Colonel Rhino said, "It's a hard decision. We'd have to win 40 more games than we're capable of to win our division, but we'd have to LOSE 40 more games than we're capable of to get the first pick from the Buckeyes.

5. DVs - Lance McCullers - The penny-pinching DVs will pull McCullers' dad's old jersey out of storage so they won't have to pay for new lettering.

6. Mavs - Jung-ho Kang - The Mavs were hoping for Duffy, but will settle for Kang. A new post-game award, the "Jung-ho Fan of the Game" is in the works. Everybody will want to be the Jung-ho.

7. Nads - Roberto Osuna - The Nads continue to get better and better and worse and worse all at the same time. Come on, Nadman! Make the playoffs this year! Go Nads!

8. Fungoes - Francisco Rodriguez - For the first time in a long while, the Fungoes don't need a shortstop. Good thing, since there aren't any available. KRod will love saving those 1-0 games for Kershaw, Harvey, and Price.

9. Drillers - Luis Severino - And five minutes later... "What? He doesn't have relief?!?"

10. Tweeners - Nick Hundley - The Tweeners are one of 3 teams in need of a catcher. There ain't much there, but Hundley is the best of the group.

11. SuperGoofs - Gerardo Parra - The Goofs had a lot of injuries and bad years last year. Parra may have to play LF and CF at the same time.

12. Zaps - Carson Smith - The Zaps have a better rotation than even the Snakes, but his bullpen needs help. The new Red Sox reliever is a step in the right direction.

13. Sidewinders - Michael Conforto - There's always that guy who should go early but slides to the Snakes.

14. Sidewinders - Jaime Garcia - The starting pitchers aren't as good as the ones in the '15 draft, and the Snakes suddenly need one. Garcia is the best of the high-inning ones available.

15. Sidewinders - A.J. Pierzynski - The Snakes have 3 straight picks here, and while it's gotta hurt taking a 53-year old catcher with one of them, at least it's the third one.

16. Wahoos - Steven Matz - The Wahoos plan to start Arrieta once every three games. Somebody has to start the other 2.

Thursday, December 24, 2015


The Sidewinders traded Yoenis Cespedes and Tyson Ross to the Inmates for Starling Marte and pick 14.

Deja Vu All Over Again

The only two times since 1991 that the NASOMA World Series went 7 games were 2003 and 2015. And yes, the Warpigs won both - but there were some other similarities that bear mentioning...

In both series, the Warpigs were down 3 games to 1, and in both series they came back to win 3 straight.

Both series had a Game 6 come-from-behind last inning. In both years, the Pigs trailed 2-1 going into their last at bat of game 6. In 2003, the Pigs scored 2 in the top of the 9th to beat the Drillers 3-2. In 2015, the Pigs scored 3 in the bottom of the 12th to beat the Sidewinders 4-2.

In game 6 in 2003, the 9th inning winning runs scored on back-to-back-to-back doubles. In game 7 in 2015, the winning runs scored on back-to-back-to-back doubles.

But here's the weirdest thing... In game 7 in 2003, the key moment was Barry Bonds batting against David Williams with the tying run at 1st and 1 out. The ONLY chance for a double play - other than an x-chance, was a roll of 6-2. And that's what he rolled. In game 6 in 2015, the key moment was Beltre's at bat in the bottom of the 12th. The roll was 6-2 for a ballpark homer. Both key moments came on rolls of 6-2. Weird stuff.

Monday, December 21, 2015


The Sidewinders traded Tony Watson to the Wahoos for pick 13.

When asked if this trade was a direct result of Watson allowing the Beltre homer in game 6 of the World Series, Sidewinder manager Dusty Baker said, "No! It had nothing to do with that! On the other hand, fuck Tony Watson."

The DVs traded Marco Estrada to the Wahoos for Nathan Eovaldi and their 1st and 3rd round picks in 2017.

The DVs traded Antonio Bastardo and Tyler Clippard to the Warpigs for picks 32, 112, and 128.

Saturday, December 19, 2015


The FFTs traded Ian Kinsler and Scott Van Slyke to the Warpigs for Robinson Cano and pick 96.

The Warpigs released Sean Doolittle.

The DVs traded Evan Longoria to the Sidewinders for Brandon Moss, Bartolo Colon, and the 2017 Sidewinder 1st round pick.

Friday, December 18, 2015

Broken Records

I have updated the pages in the Archives section.

One interesting stat is from the Team Winning Records page, where the Fungoes, after 28 years in the league, have exactly the same amount of wins as losses.

Almost all of the batting record adjustments made for 2015 were for futility. The Buckeyes set new record lows in On Base, Runs Scored, and Hits. They would have set the new low in Batting Average, but the Bees beat them to it. The Buckeyes hit .21975; the Bees hit .21964. The Inmates joined the fun by setting a new league low in Bases on Balls.

The only positive name added to the batting records this year was by Jonathan Lucroy of the Mavs, whose 64 doubles tied for the 5th best single season.

By contrast, pitching records were dropping left and right. The Warpig staff set new league lows in ERA, Runs Allowed, and Hits Allowed. They also demolished the record for Shutouts with 31. The Tweeners tossed 24 shutouts, which would have broken the old record as well. The SuperGoofs broke the top 5 for league bests in ERA and Runs Allowed. The Sidewinder staff broke the league record for most Strikeouts. The Fungoes broke their own record (set last year) for fewest Walks, and they were joined in that category by top 5 performances from the Wahoos, SuperGoofs, and Tweeners. The Warpig staff joined another list by allowing the 3rd fewest homers ever.

Individually, several pitchers made their mark in the NASOMA record book. Garrett Richards of the Warpigs had the lowest ERA in league history (1.50), and the Tweeners' Felix Hernandez (2.11) also joined the top 5 in the ERA category. Richards and his Pig teammate Lance Lynn each made the top 5 in the Shutout category with 8 each. Anibal Sanchez of the Wahoos went 17-1 for a winning percentage of .944, besting the .943 that Greg Maddux had in 1997, when he went 33-2. The best part of the Anibal line is this: He started his NASOMA career with the 2007 DVs, going 13-0, and just missing the record, which requires a minimum of 15 decisions.


The FFTs traded Asdrubal Cabrera to the Zaps for pick 60.

The Warpigs traded Jose Fernandez, Jhonny Peralta, and pick 52 to the Killer Bees for Ender Inciarte, Andrelton Simmons, and pick 32.

The Killer Bees released Dylan Bundy.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Draft Grid

There is now a Draft Grid on the main page, and the roster page has your draft picks listed by number.

Let me know if I made any errors. And continue to send me names of players you want to go ahead and release now. You can always invite them back to your team up until the official cutdown date, which will probably be in March.

Sunday, December 13, 2015


The Buckeyes traded Jason Castro to the Inmates for the FFT 7th round pick (pick 99).

Draft Order

I'll put together a Draft Grid soon, but for now, here is the draft order...

1. Buckeyes
2. Killer Bees
3. FFTs
4. Rhinos
5. DVs
6. Mavs
7. Nads
8. Fungoes
9. Drillers
10. Tweeners
11. SuperGoofs
12. Zaps
13. Wahoos
14. Inmates
15. Sidewinders
16. Warpigs


I have updated the game stories of the World Series and the Wahoo/Warpig match-up in round 2. If any of the rest of you want to send me game stories, I'll gladly post them.

Thanks to everyone for coming. The Fungoes brought donuts. The FFTs brought tamales. The Wahoos brought baseball cards. The Buckeyes brought trade proposals.

As a result of the Zapper being here overnight, my daughter has asked for a professional fumigator to come out and service the guest room and (especially) the bathroom.

When do the ratings come out? Where are the cards? What's this about an April draft?!?

2015 NASOMA World Series

Game 1 - Sidewinders (Cueto) at Warpigs (Wainwright)

Devin Mesoraco hit a 2-run homer in the 4th inning, and the Snakes hung on to win 2-1. Wade Davis went 2.2 innings in relief for the win. Craig Kimbrel had a perfect 2 innings for the save. The Warpigs could muster only 7 hits. The Snakes only had 4 hits, but the homer was the difference.

Game 2 - Sidewinders (Sale) at Warpigs (Lynn)

Similar to game 1, the Sidewinders got a 2-run homer in the 4th inning (this time by David Ortiz), and let their amazing pitching staff do the rest. Chris Sale went 5 for the win. Davis went 3 innings, and Kimbrel pitched another perfect inning for the save. Snakes win 3-0.

Game 3 - Warpigs (Richards) at Sidewinders (Ross)

It was the Pigs' turn to dominate on the mound. Garrett Richards went 8 innings, allowing only 3 hits. Troy Tulowitzki had 3 hits, 2 RBI, and a stolen base. Lorenzo Cain also knocked in 2. A.J. Pollock went 2-4 with 3 stolen bases. Warpigs win 6-0.

Game 4 - Warpigs (Wainwright) at Sidewinders (Cueto)

The Sidewinders win a close one in walk off fashion. Tied 1-1, Dee Gordon singled to lead off the bottom of the 9th. He stole second and scored the winning run on a single by Michael Brantley. Kimbrel had escaped trouble in the top of the 9th, and got the win. Sean Doolittle took the loss. The Pigs best chance to take control of the game was the 4th inning. A walk and two singles plated the tying run, but Brock Holt lined into a triple play to end the threat in dramatic fashion. The Snakes take a 3 games to 1 lead.

Game 5 - Warpigs (Lynn) at Sidewinders (Sale)

Facing elimination did little to awaken the slumbering Pig bats. Robinson Cano singled in Adrian Beltre in the 2nd inning, but it would be a while before the Pigs scored again. Devin Mesoraco homered in the bottom of the 2nd, and the two teams remained tied going to the 9th. After 2 were out in the Pig half of the 9th, Cory Spangenberg - who was essentially only on the roster as a pinch runner - pinch hit for Lorenzo Cain and launched a solo homer off of Kimbrel. Joe Smith got thru the meat of the Snake lineup for a 1-2-3, 9th inning and the save. The Pigs take the game 2-1 and head back to The BallPork for game 6.

Game 6 - Sidewinders (Ross) at Warpigs (Richards)

Epic. The ending of this game will go down in Pig Lore. The Warpigs scored an unearned run in the 2nd inning on a 2-out single by Yadier Molina. Garrett Richards was outstanding, but the fear of facing Brandon Belt in a 1-0 game led to his exit after 6 innings. He allowed only 2 hits. The Pig pen continued to shut down the Snakes until the 8th when they scratched across the tying run on a SacFly by Billy Hamilton. The teams stayed tied at 1 into the 12th inning (I lost count, but this was the Snakeman's 7th or 8th extra inning game today). In the 12th, the Sidewinders scored on another SacFly, this time by Dee Gordon. The bottom of the 12th started with Aroldis Chapman sandwiching two strikeouts around a Cano single. Yadier Molina, being encouraged by the fans to recall his MVP days of 2 years ago, rolled 2-5, and while it wasn't the homer it was on his old card, it WAS a walk to extend the inning. As Adrian Beltre stepped to the plate, a tired Chapman was replaced by Tony Watson. 2 outs, 2 on, the Snakes leading 2-1 and 1 out away from the title. The roll: 6-2. Ballpark homer 1-4. The roll: ONE! PIGS WIN! PIGS WIN! PIGS WIN! AND WE WILL SEE YOU TOMORROW NIGHT!

Game 7 - Sidewinders (Cueto) at Warpigs (Wainwright)

This is the first Game 7 of the World Series since 2003 and only the second since 1991. Wainwright allowed a 1st inning homer to Brantley, but it was the only hit he allowed in his 5 innings. Lorenzo Cain singled in Pollock to tie the game in the 2nd. Again, the Sidewinder's 4 dangerous lefty bats brought about a Pig pitching change heading into the 6th, and the combination of Loup, Strop, Doolittle, and Smith were up to the challenge. The game stayed 1-1 until the bottom of the 7th. Nick Vincent came on to face a trio of right-handed Pig batters, but Cain, Molina, and Beltre all hit back-to-back-to-back doubles for a 3-1 Warpig lead. And when Joe Smith got Devin Mesoraco to pop out, the celebrating began.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

2015 NASOMA Playoffs - Wahoos and Warpigs

Game 1 - Wahoos (ASanchez) at Warpigs (Wainwright)

Warpigs win 3-2 when Justin Morneau gets a +single in the 6th after Tulo tripled. Adam Wainwright went 6 innings for the win. Joe Smith earned the save.

Game 2 - Wahoos (Arrieta) at Warpigs (Lynn)

Warpigs win 4-0, holding the Hoos to 2 hits. Lance Lynn was pulled with 2 outs in the first inning after allowing back-to-back walks and Corey Seager due up. The Pigpen was near perfect the rest of the way, led by Aaron Loup (2 innings), Tom Wilhelmsen (2.1), Darren O'Day (3), and Pedro Strop, Sean Doolittle, and Joe Smith (a third of an inning each).

Game 3 - Warpigs (Richards) at Wahoos (Zimmermann)

Wahoos win 5-4. Seager tatered, but the key blow was a 2-out RBI triple by Adam Eaton to break a 4-4 tie in the 5th. Neither team scored after that. Dellin Betances went 3 innings for the win; Mark Melancon went the final 1.2 for the save.

Game 4 - Warpigs (Wainwright) at Wahoos (ASanchez)

The Wahoos led 1-0 going into the 9th. Anibal Sanchez had held the Pigs to ONE hit up to that point. Jake McGee pitched a perfect 8th for the Hoos, and Betances came on to start the 9th. Jayson Werth singled to start the inning, and when Cory Spangenberg came on to pinch run, Betances and his +7 hold was forced to exit. On came Melancon, who immediately got pinch-bunter Lance Lynn to pop up. Troy Tulowitzki and Francisco Cervelli were then hit with pitches to load the bases, but Melancon struck out A.J. Pollock for the second out. Still trailing 1-0, but with the bases loaded and 2 outs, the Pigs got an RBI single from Robinson Cano to tie the game, a 2-run single by Jon Jay to take the lead, and another 2-run single by Yadier Molina to chase Melancon. But the Pigs weren't finished. Adrian Beltre greeted Scott Atchison with an RBI triple, and Spangenberg, who had started it all by pinch running, hammered a 2-run homer. The Pigs had scored 8 runs in the top of the 9th, all with 2 outs. Pigs win 8-2.

Game 5 - Warpigs (Lynn) at Wahoos (Arrieta)

Adrian Beltre hit the 5-11 double off of Betances' card to spark a 4-run 7th. I honestly did not know Betances HAD a hit on his card. The Pigs win 5-2 to advance to the World Series.

2015 NASOMA Playoffs - Sidewinders and Inmates

Game 1 - Sidewinders (Cueto) at Inmates (McHugh)

Snakes win 3-2 in 10 innings. Dee Gordon was the star, hitting a HR 1-3 shot.

Game 2 - Sidewinders (Ross) at Inmates (Pineda)

As I write this, they are tied in the 8th inning.

More later, but the Sidewinders won the series 4 games to 1 to advance to the World Series.

Round two Inmate/Snake debacle – Inmate version.

Snakes 3 – LDMF 2 (11 innings – Baptist Bowl): Inmates scored two runs on three hits in the 1st inning giving the Baptist Bowl faithful a profound case of unwarranted optimism. Little did the Baptist Bowl Choralaires know that the LDMF would manage a paltry Reddick walk and a Gattis single as the collective offense the remainder of the game. Extra innings ensued because the Slithering Slimeballs were unable to generate any of their own offense beyond a 1-4 double by some nameless bastard, followed immediately by a 1-3 Dee @#%$^#$#%# Gordon homer in the 3rd to tie the game. No one knows who scored the winning run in the 11th because the entire crowd fell asleep due to the huge offensive display by both teams.

Inmates 5 – Snakes 4 (10 innings – Baptist Bowl): The Inmates scored four in the 7th to take a 4-3 lead, only to have closer Neshek allow an intergalactic bomb to the Serpents’ batboy in the 8th to send the game into extra innings once again. A two-out rally in the last of the 10th sent the Screaming Recidivists home with a thrilling win. After Jones K’d and Ramirez flew out, JD Martinez singled and Escobar doubled with Martinez beating the 1-12 throw home for the walk-off.

Snakes 9 – Inmates 5 (Church Lot): After the debauchery of the Baptist Bowl the Inmates were unable to cope with the sanctity of the Church Lot. Martinez hit the sole tater that would come off an Inmate bat for the entire series, but Gattis hit into two 5-4-3 DPs to kill rallies and Neshek and Grimm started fires of their own to allow the game to get away.

Snakes 6 – Inmates 5 (10 innings - Church Lot): In the third extra-inning game of the series the Inmates pulled a two-spot out of their asses in the 9th when Martinez hit a two-out two-run double to tie the game at 5-5. Neshek to the rescue for the Snakes in the 10th, however, as they walk off with two outs to take a 3-1 series lead.

Snakes 2 – DMF (Dickless Mother-fuckers) 0 (Church Lot): Pineda tossed a complete game five-hitter, striking out ten, only to be out-pitched by four Snake pitchers. Gattis had all two of the DMF hits. Shitfuck. Congrats to Dr. Serpent and the Venomous Worms for their convincing and well-earned series win.

Final Thoughts: The luck of the die ran about 50-50, and despite winning four of five the series was a close one. Both teams got 43 hits in the series. The Snakes had four stolen bases, the Inmates five. The Snake bullpen was incredible, and (despite attempts at arson by a couple of Inmates) the Beakless Chicken Gang’s relievers did OK. The big difference in the series? The Snakes hit seven homers to the Inmates one. The Inmate Power turned out to be a paper Tiger (Chicken)…



2015 NASOMA Playoffs - Zaps and Wahoos

Wahoos and Zaps have arrived. They're about to start.

Game 1 - Wahoos (Arrieta) at Zaps (Kluber)

Zapper: This is the first time I've touched these cards since the draft.

Zapper: If I lose this first game, I'll need a nap before I continue.

The Zap 20-sided is the size of a golf ball.

Not sure of the score, but it sounds like two slow pitch softball teams are playing.

Okay, 6-3 Zaps going to the 5th.

6-5 going to the bottom of the 5th.

Try to keep up... Zaps lead 8-5 thru 5. Big blow was a Machado homer one batter after Pedroia (2b-1e4) boots a grounder.

Hoos leave em loaded in the 8th. Down 9-5.

Hoos strand 2 more in the 9th.

Zaps win 9-5.

Game 2 - Wahoos (Zimmermann) vs Zaps (Scherzer)

Wahoos lead 3-0 early in game 2.

Wahoos running away with this game.

Wahoos win 7-1. Jordan Zimmermann and friends throw a 3-hitter.

Game 3 - Zaps (Hamels) at Wahoos (ASanchez)

On a 1st inning grand slam by Chris Ianetta, the Wahoos lead 4-2 after 2.

Wahoos lead 10-4 after 6.

Wahoos win 10-4. They take 2 games to 1 lead.

Game 4 - Zaps (Greinke) at Wahoos (HAlvarez)

Zaps score 4 early runs.

Okay, it's 4-2 in the middle of the 5th. Not just the middle of the inning, but the MIDDLE of the inning. I mean,there is a guy on base. At this point, the Zapper realizes that his text answer from several days ago that said he didn't care what drinks I had was maybe NOT the best answer... because I didn't get any beer. So right now there is a delay as the Wahoo takes the Zapper to buy beer. I hope he charges him Uber prices.

Ian Desmond hits a 3-run homer and the Wahoos win 7-4.

The Wahoos lead the series 3-1 and can wrap it up at home in game 5.

Game 5 - Zaps (Kluber) at Wahoos (Arrieta)

This series just got interesting. The Wahoos led 10-1 and had Grape Nehi on ice in the clubhouse, but the Zaps scored 10 runs in the last 3 innings to win 13-11. They head back to John Olerud Park for Game 6.

Game 6 - Wahoos (Zimmermann) at Zaps (Scherzer)

Wahoos win 1-0 and move on to the second round.

2015 NASOMA Playoffs - Sidewinders vs SuperGoofs

The Sidewinders and SuperGoofs will kick off the 2015 Post Season. They should be starting shortly. I'll update after every game.

Game 1: Goofs (Tanaka) at Sidewinders (Lester)

Goofs win 3-1 in 10 innings - Denard Span slipped a 2-out, 2-run single past Dee Gordon on a 2b-x roll in the 10th. Josh Hamilton homered early for the Goofs. Hutson Street went 3 innings for the win.

Game 2: Goofs (Hughes) at Sidewinders (Sale)

I think I'll blog a little... I'm in the next room listening to the play by play. This will probably be the only game I'll be able to do this.

The Snakes hit 2 solo homers (Belt and Mesoraco) but the Goofs tied it with 2 in the 6th. They're in the 7th now, still 2-2.

Haven't heard from Wahoos or Zaps, but they should be close.

Top 8. 2-2. Snakeman's sobriety is on the line.

By the way, there are donuts (thanks Fungoman!) and breakfast tacos. And the FFTs are en route with tamales. Come on by!

The 8th was quiet. On to the 9th. Still tied. Andrew Miller vs Huston Street.

Sidewinders win 4-2. Big Papi hit a 2-out, 2-run homer in the bottom of the 9th. Miller with the win; Street the loss.

Game 3: Sidewinders (Cueto) at Goofs (Darvish)

Spoiler... the Snake bats have warmed up. And the Zapper is here. Coincidence?

The Snakes scored 5 in the first. Sucks to be Yu.

Right now it's 6-0 in the 6th.

Snakes win 8-1. They are up 2 games to 1.

Game 4: Sidewinders (Ross) at Goofs (Ryu)

Snakes lead 4-3 in the 4th.

4-4 after 7.

Torii Hunter allows a ball to fall for a double, then picks the ball up and tosses it over the stands for a 3-base error. In the bottom of the inning, Justin Ruggiano tries to copy the strategy, allowing a double and a 2-base error. Game is tied 5-5.

They're now in the 12th.

Mesoraco hit a 2-out, DO1/fly, for an RBI. Snakes with the lead.

Goofs load the bases in the bottom of the 12th, but Wade Davis gets Hunter to end it.

Sidewinders win 6-5 in 12 innings to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the series.

Game 5: Sidewinders (Lester) at Goofs (Tanaka)

2-2 after 6. David Freese hit a BP (1-2) homer for the Goofs.

Snakeman: This game is giving me the drizzlin shits.

Denard Span hits a walk off homer in the 10th inning, and the Goofs win 3-2. Back to the Snakepit.

Game 6: Goofs (Hughes) at Sidewinders (Sale)

The Snakes were leading 1-0 midway thru, but it's now 4-0 in the 6th inning.

Going to the 7th.

Snakes win 8-0 and advance to the second round.

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

SOM's Defensive Sneak Peeks

Balt - Machado: 3b-1, ss-3
Bos - Betts: cf-2(-1), rf-3
CWS - Eaton: cf-4(0)
Cle - Chisenhall: 3b-4, rf-2(-1)
Det - JDMartinez: rf-3(-3)
Hou - Springer: rf-2(-2), cf-3
KC - Zobrist: 2b-3, 3b-4, lf/rf-3(-1)
LAA - Trout: cf-1(-1)
Min - Sano: 1b/3b-5
NYY - Gregorius: ss-1e14
Oak - Semien: ss-4e38 (ouch!)
Sea - Cano: 2b-3
TBay - Forsythe: 2b-2, 1b/3b-3
Tex - Deshields: lf/cf-3(+1), 2b-4
Tor - Pillar: lf/cf-1(-2), rf-2

Ariz - Pollock: cf-1(-1)
Atl - Peterson: 2b-2e11
ChiC - Bryant: 3b-3, 1b-4, of-4(0)
Cin - E.Suarez: ss-3, 3b-4
Col - CarGo: rf-2(-3)
LAD - JocPed: cf-2(-1)
Mia - Hechevarria: ss-1e12
Milw - KDavis: lf-4(+3)
NYM - Granderson: rf-2(+2), cf-4
Phi - Franco: 3b-2, 1b-3
Pgh - Kang: 3b-3, ss-4
StL - Wong: 2b-2
SD - JUpton: lf-3(+1) and MUpton: cf-2(-1)
SF - Posey: c-1(-2), 1b-2
Wash - Espinosa: 2b-1, 3b-2, ss-3, 1b-3, lf-4

Balt - Hardy: ss-2e7
Bos - Bogaerts: ss-2e12
CWS - Saladino: 3b-2, ss-3, 1b-4
Cle - Kipnis: 2b-3e10
Det - Kinsler: 2b-1
Hou - Correa: ss-2e22
KC - Cain: cf/rf-1(-2)
LAA - Calhoun: rf-2(-4)
Minn - Plouffe: 3b-3, 1b-4
NYY - Ellsbury: cf-2(0)
Oak - Burns: cf-2(0) e4
Sea - KSeager: 3b-2, ss-4
TBay - Longoria: 3b-1e10
Tex - Odor: 2b-3e24
Tor - Tulowitzki: ss-2

Ariz - Tomas: lf/rf-4(+1), 1b/3b-5
Atl - Maybin: cf-2(0)
ChiC - Rizzo: 1b-1
Cin - Frazier: 3b-2e20
Col - Lemahieu: 2b-1
LAD - Turner: 3b-3, 1b/2b/ss-4
Mia - Gordon: 2b-1
Milw - Segura: ss-2e22
NYM - Conforto: lf-4(0)
Phi - OHerrera: cf-3(+1) e7
Pgh - Marte: lf-1(-4); McCutchen: cf-1(0); Polanco: rf-2(-4)
StL - Piscotty: rf-2, lf-3, cf-4, 1b-4
SD - Kemp: rf-4(-2)
SF - Panik: 2b-1
Wash - Harper: rf-2(-4), cf-3

Cle - Lindor: ss-1e17
Hou - Altuve: 2b-2e5
KC - Moustakas: 3b-2
ChiC - Russell: 2b-2e18, ss-2e12
Col - Blackmon: lf/rf-2(0), cf-3
Mia - Yelich: lf-1(+1), cf-3
SF - Duffy: 3b-2, 2b-3, 1b/ss-4
Balt - CDavis: 1b-2e5, rf-4(-1) e3
LAD - CSeager: ss-4e38, 3b-4e14
SF - Crawford: ss-1e16
StL - Heyward: rf-1(-4), cf-3


The Killer Bees released

Sunday, December 06, 2015


The Wahoos released Henderson Alvarez, Scott Atchison, and Dillon Gee.

Friday, December 04, 2015


The Buckeyes traded Cody Asche to the FFTs for Jayson Werth.

The FFTs traded Cody Asche to the Warpigs for Jon Jay.

The FFTs released Jon Jay.

The Warpigs released Cody Asche.

Thursday, December 03, 2015


The FFTs released Mike Dunn, Tyler Lyons, Ichiro Suzuki, Junichi Tazawa, and Jayson Werth.