Welcome to the Season 17 of the USMLB.

Friday, September 18, 2009

#11 Just missing the Top Ten

Milwaukee Bucks

The Bucks started out as the last place team in the National League North as they went through two different managers in their first three years. Then came Waydogg5 and everything changed for the team. After surviving season four with a third place finish, the Bucks have become one of the top teams in the National League making it to the World Series during season six. With an unbeatable offensive some of the youngest top players on the team, they could remain at the top of the National League North for some time to come.

The total percentage of wins for the Bucks is .526 (596 victories and 538 losses). The most wins in a single season were 106 during season six. The most losses in a season were 96 during season one.

Waydogg5 is entering his fifth season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 376-272 record for a .580 winning percentage. Waydogg5 took a team that had the talent to compete but needed a reliable manager to take the reigns and turned them into a reckoning force. Three straight playoff appearances and two straight division crowns proves that he is one of the best managers in the league.

Future Outlook: Contender

Playoff Appearance: Three
Division Championship: Two
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 8
Awards: 1 NL Rookie of the Year/ 3 Silver Sluggers/ 2 Gold Gloves

All Milwaukee Bucks Team

Catcher: Chris Bellhorn (.279Ave, 145HR, 531RBI, 437R, .475SLG)
First Base: Julian Hartley (.272Ave, 233HR, 698RBI, 616R, .513SLG)
Second Base: Sal Moore (.275Ave, 79HR, 338RBI, 412R, 209SB)
Third Base: Wesley Stanley (.268Ave, 275HR, 784RBI, 702R, .527SLG)
Shortstop: Heinie Miller (.234Ave, 74HR, 265RBI, 262R, 682G)
Left Field: Danny Harding (.283Ave, 245HR, 664RBI, 581R, .634SLG)
Center Field: Orber Sierra (.291Ave, 42HR, 129RBI, 173R, .543SLG)
Right Field: Tomas Olivares (.296Ave, 55HR, 322RBI, 561R, 188SB)
Starting Pitcher: Raymond Walton (4.23ERA, 61-32 Record, 771.5IP, 557SO, 1.41WHIP)
Reliever: Vernon Bolton (2.35ERA, 198-218 Save Chances, 338G, 272SO, 1.03WHIP)

Career Records

At Bats: Wesley Stanley - 4002
Games Played: Wesley Stanley - 1027
Runs: Wesley Stanley - 702
Hits: Wesley Stanley - 1073
Doubles: Wesley Stanley - 173
Triples: Danny Harding - 39
Homeruns: Wesley Stanley - 275
Runs Batted In: Wesley Stanley - 784
Walks: Wesley Stanley - 428
Stolen Bases: Sal Moore - 209
Batting Average: Tomas Olivares - .296
On-Base Percentage: Tomas Olivares - .370
Slugging Percentage: Danny Harding - .634

Games: Vernon Bolton - 338
Games Started: Justin Scutaro - 128
Complete Games: Raymond Walton - 6
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Raymond Walton – 61
Losses: Justin Scutaro - 49
Saves: Vernon Bolton - 198
Innings Pitched: Raymond Walton – 771.5
Strikeouts: Justin Scutaro - 559
WHIP: None Qualified
Earned Run Average: None Qualified

Single Season Records

At Bats: Julian Hartley - 638 (season 5)
Runs: Sal Moore - 140 (season 5)
Hits: Julian Hartley - 186 (season 5)
Doubles: Sal Moore - 49 (season 5)
Triples: Sal Moore - 14 (season 5)
Homeruns: Danny Harding - 64 (season 7)
Run Batted In: Danny Harding - 172 (season 7)
Walks: Tomas Olivares - 76 (season 5)
Stolen Bases: Sal Moore - 71 (season 7)
Batting Average: Chris Bellhorn - .324 (season 6)
On-Base Percentage: Tomas Olivares - .397 (season 5)
Slugging Percentage: Danny Harding - .730 (season 5)

Games: Elmer Archer - 87 (season 2)
Games Started: Butch Graham - 35 (season 1)
Complete Games: Justin Scutaro - 3 (season 3)/ Raymond Walton - 3 (season 6)
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Raymond Walton - 19 (season 7)
Losses: Mike Vander Wal - 16 (season 2)
Saves: Vernon Bolton - 42 (season 3)
Innings Pitched: Raymond Walton - 229.2 (season 7)
Strikeouts: P.T. Ramirez - 183 (season 7)
WHIP: Sidney Musial - 1.19 (season 6)
Earned Run Average: Jim Nathan - 3.32 (season 5)