Welcome to the Season 17 of the USMLB.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

USMLB Season 12 Power Rankings

1. Monterrey Stars [goldie1973] (119-43) (Points = 220.04) [National League South Division Champion]
#2 Hitting/ #3 Pitching/ #11 Fielding

2. Durham Hitmen [szekrenyi] (117-45) (Points = 212.20) [American League South Division Champion]
#1 Hitting/ #1 Pitching/ #13 Fielding

3. Seattle Sting [texanboiler] (97-65) (Points = 122.31) [American League West Division Champion]
#5 Hitting/ #6 Pitching/ #20 Fielding

4. St. Louis Cornerstone [kk73] (101-61) (Points = 113.55) [National League East Division Champion]
#21 Hitting/ #2 Pitching/ #8 Fielding

5. New Britain Fisher Cats [jway11] (98-64) (Points = 99.57) [National League North Division Champions]
#12 Hitting/ #7 Pitching/ #20 Fielding

6. Pawtucket Crawdaddies [davisbrian] (94-68) (Points = 95.60) [American League North Division Champions]
#4 Hitting/ #11 Pitching/ #4 Fielding

7. Cincinnati Highlanders [yanksrule11] (95-67) (Points = 85.72) [American League East Division Champion]
#3 Hitting/ #15 Pitching/ #18 Fielding

8. Las Vegas Mobsters [knucklebones] (88-74) (Points = 69.24) [National League West Division Champion]
#14 Hitting/ #10 Pitching/ #10 Fielding


9. Charleston Crusaders [rookie30000] (87-75) (Points = 35.04) [National League Wildcard Team]

10. Scranton Beet Farmer's [aa12on] (85-77) (Points = 29.32) [American League Wildcard Team]

11. Jackson BlaZers [bodean] (82-80) (Points = 28.85)

12. Boston Braves [Spistol] (83-79) (Points = 23.96)

13. Little Rock Paper Scissors [larryscubs] (87-75) (Points = 23.30) [National League Wildcard Team]

14. Washington D.C. Poseidons [mrfortune3 (83-79) (Points = 20.37) [Winner of the Lucky Bastard Award] [American League Wildcard Team]

15. Philadelphia HeadHunters [fritz44] (82-80) (Points = 19.43) [Winner of the Unlucky Award]

16. Milwaukee Bucks [tajohn] (85-77) (Points = 15.30) [Winner of the Your Not Fooling Anyone Award]

17. Salem Gangstas [goosh33] (83-79) (Points = 12.07)

18. Jacksonville RAIDERS [deerhunter63] (80-82) (Points = 9.61)

19. New York Subway [coneheads] (81-81) (Points = 8.30)


20. Cheyenne Tenure [joshuam] (80-82) (Points = -7.69)

21. Boise Hawks [mktulu] (73-89) (Points = -9.67)

22. Louisville River Dogs [mowbs69] (76-86) (Points = -11.18)

23. Kansas City Monarchs [hacker7] (67-95) (Points = -47.92)


24. Fargo Blizzard [tomjames] (65-97) (Points = -59.19)

25. Syracuse Slaughter [kylejs101] (71-91) (Points = -71.55)

26. Minnesota Milfoils [suthsc] (72-90) (Points = -72.19)

27. Anaheim Beefpound [beefpac] (69-93) (Points = -73.05)

28. Toledo Tacos [jasonroy] (64-98) (Points = -102.06)

29. Vancouver Knights [billhowell75] (65-97) (Points = -104.58)

30. San Diego Sanchos [dukediggler5] (49-113) (Points = -145.05) [Winner of the Lonely Award]


31. New York Metros [lvrecsports] (61-101) (Points = -169.95)

32. Chicago Towers [tecwrg2] (53-109) (Points = -285.35)

[Lucky Bastard Award] – Awarded to the team that made the playoffs due to there week division.

[Unlucky Award] – Award to the team that was better then there record.

[Your Not Fooling Anyone Award] – Award to the team that played over there heads.

[The Lonely Award] – Award to the team that is so far behind the team in front of them but so far ahead of the team behind them.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Playoff Races

San Jose has an outstanding pitching staff. A team ERA of just 3.37 which is second best in the league and over a thousand strikeouts. Buzz Jones has been dominating only losing 3 games all season. Frank Richards the closer hasn’t been perfect with 7 blown saves but he’s been great during the second half.

The offense has struggled only hitting .250 has a team but there one of the best teams hitting in the clutch. Glenn Matheson, Eric Sisk and Tony Alvarez are the big offensive trio combining for 36% of the total runs scored for the team, 46% of the homeruns and 36% of the RBI’s. The Earthquake would really be struggled without these three in the lineup.

Unless the Earthquake crumbles into the earth, they should have no problem making the playoffs.

Chance at making postseason: 99 percent

The Cincinnati Highlanders are two games behind the Boston Braves in the American League East standings but still almost an automatic lock to make the playoffs.

Armed with one the most deadly and extremely talented lineup, the Highlanders have had no problem scoring runs this season. Wayne Daniels has been killing the ball with his 53 homeruns and Alex Lee has found his MVP form, knocking in 136 runs. I can see five different players for the Highlanders getting at least 100 RBI’s this season.

The Highlanders pitching staff has been the biggest surprise for the team. I can see all five starting pitchers getting at least 10 victories, mostly due to the offense. Vin Ramirez is having a career year with 19 wins so far and having an ERA around 3.60. The biggest problem for the Highlanders is the bullpen with 16 blown saves and a bullpen ERA of 5.00.

Unless the bullpen melts down even more or the offense decides it doesn’t want to hit anymore, the Highlanders are pretty much a lock to play in postseason.

Chance at making postseason: 98 percent

The Arizona Sting has the division lead in the American League West by 6 games and 5 games for the last spot in the American League wildcard race.

The offense has been the stars for Sting this season with over 800 runs scored and hitting over .280 as a team. Nick Ball has been his great self, with a .308 average and 136 RBI’s. Kenny Logan is having a MVP type season with a .338 average and 31 homeruns.

The pitching staff has struggled at times but has been good when the team needs it. Miguel Terrero has the most wins with 15 and the best ERA at 3.82 in the rotation. But has only pitched 169.2 innings and like most of the starting rotation they really don’t go deep into games. The bullpen for the Sting have almost pitched 500 innings this season, which would explain Tom Fordham winning 10 games already this season. Shane Haad has been his great self this season with 34 saves in 36 chances.

Barring a Beefpound collapse, they should make it as either division champions or Wild Card team.

Chance at making postseason: 92 percent

If St. Louis Cornerstone want to win the National League East for the 6th time in the last 8 years there going to have to do it while being challenged for the first time in years.  Cornerstone have been looking over there shoulder all second half at the Subway but have just barely hanged onto there division with a 4 game lead.

Wes Withem of course leads the charge on a very lack luster offense. Withem is hitting .273 with 30 homeruns and 94 RBI’s. Team is hitting only .249 on the season which is near the bottom of the league.

Of course the Cornerstone are all about their pitching, especially their starting rotation and the leagues only four man rotation. St. Louis will one day put up a statue of Mark Barkett somewhere, as he’s been the franchise pitcher for the last 11 seasons. Barkett is 16-6 on the season with a 3.05 ERA and looking for his first Cy Young award. Ed Jefferson should be the Come Back Player of the Year after last season. Jefferson has 39 saves in 44 chances but the best part is his ERA is at 3.12.

They're in a dogfight with the Subway in the National League East, but I'd say they have a great shot at playing in the postseason.

Chance at making postseason: 65 percent

The Jackson BlaZers are in a fight for the National League Wild Card spot. Right now, they lead the Wild Card by 4 games but with the team’s current funk, the teams below them are catching up fast.

The sole reason why the Blazers are contending, and why they could make the playoffs is their Bullpen. It's as deep as any team in baseball and once they get the led it’s almost impossible to get it back. Pepper Gunderson has 48 saves in 53 chances and is in the running for a Cy Young award. Harry Martinez has been the ace of the starting rotation going 14-8 with a 3.04 ERA.

The Blazers offense hasn’t been great but in the National League you don’t have to be great on the offensive side to make the playoffs. Otis Dorsey has the most homeruns and RBI’s on the team with 30 and 88 and probably the only player with a chance of getting 100 RBI’s on the season. Alex Marquez has been a great lead-off hitter with his 87 runs and 59 stolen bases.

The team has really been struggling lately. Still, they have a decent shot at making the playoffs.

Chance at making postseason: 60 percent

I thought the Scranton Beet Farmer's where going to be good this season but I didn’t expect them to challenge the Crawdaddies for the American League North title. It’ll be tough for the Beet Farmer’s to make it with the Crawdaddies breathing down there neck, but there isn’t really a good reason for the Beet Farmer’s not to win it this season.

The biggest reason the Beef Farmer’s are at the top this season is because the offense has been unstoppable. Neil Priddy and Carlos Javier has probably been the deadliest duo in the league. Priddy is hitting .285, 45 homeruns and 144 RBI’s, while Javier is hitting .273, 47 homeruns and 119 RBI’s. As a team there just shy of 900 runs and have hit almost 250 homeruns.

On the other side the pitching staff has been terrible. Not one pitcher has an ERA under 4.00 and as a team it’s at 5.02. Valerio Sosa has 13 victories and 4.03 ERA but his 1.40 WHIP doesn’t scare any teams. Angel Castro has been up and down with 35 saves but his 10 blown saves could cost the team during the final week.

The offense needs to keep hitting because if the Beet Farmer’s have to rely on the pitching staff they could be in big trouble of missing the playoffs.

Chance at making postseason: 58 percent

Now, the Ottawa Crawdaddies have been leading the American League North for most of the season but have never but the Beet Farmer’s away and now has a chance of not only losing the division but missing the playoffs.

Just like the Beet Farmer’s, the Crawdaddies offense has brought them here. The team has scored more then 800 runs and are hitting over .270 on the season. The big weapon in the Crawdaddies offense is Junior Lui. Lui is having a MVP type season with a .342 average, 26 homeruns and 142 RBI. Add in 30 stolen bases and 96 runs it’s hard not to see him as a MVP.

Unlike the Beetfarmer’s the Crawdaddies pitching staff has been decent, well the bullpen has been decent the starting rotation has struggled. Mark Brantley is the only pitcher at least 10 wins but with an ERA of 4.93, he’s not actually a staff ace. The bullpen has carried the Crawdaddies this season even with no closer. The bullpen on the season has a 3.46 ERA, 37 saves in 49 chances and a 35-15 record.

The Crawdaddies better hope the bullpen can survive because the team doesn’t have the starting pitching to compete. The offense needs to step up as well. They still have a good chance at the playoffs despite all of this.

Chance at making postseason: 55 percent

The New Britain Fisher Cats currently are in the National League wildcard race and tied with two other teams. The Fisher Cats have to be the favorite to get the last wild card spot over the Headhunters and the Saints.

The team added Raymond Pavlov at the trade deadline thinking he would be the ace to lead them back to the playoffs but that hasn’t been the story so far with Pavlov only going 3-3 with a 4.58 ERA. Bono Barr has been the team’s best pitcher with a 1.25 WHIP and 3.25 ERA but his 14-12 record shows he hasn’t got the run support this season. Shawn Buckley has been a shut down closer with 30 saves in 34 chances so far this season.

The Fisher Cats have a solid offense but there missing the clutch player this season. Damaso Seneca has the power with 37 homeruns but only 95 RBI’s this season. Santiago Alfonzo gets on base with a .343 average and leads the team with 106 runs scored. There’s nothing wrong with a solid offense where any player can be the hero on any given night but making a playoff push you really need that one player that can carry the team.

It will be tough to make the playoffs, especially if they the offense or pitching staff starts to struggle, but they are in good position.

Chance at making postseason: 52 percent

The Anaheim Beefpound trail the American League’s last wildcard spot by 1 game and the team is looking for there first postseason berth since season 5.

Leading the charge for the Beefpound offense is Nate Coleridge who is hitting .270, 42 homeruns, 104 RBI’s and 89 runs scored. After Coleridge it’s just a team full of average hitters. Without Coleridge in the lineup, the Beefpound wouldn’t be here.

The Beefpound has had some struggles out of there pitching staff but for the most part it’s worked out. Their starting rotation won’t scare and the pitchers will rarely get past the 5th inning but that hasn’t stopped Herbert Brandt from getting 15 on the season. Rodrigo Romero has been mister everything for the team. Romero not only has 35 saves in 40 chances but he’s got 11 victories and the only pitcher on the team that has an ERA under 4.

The Beefpound may not be a great team but they are a well-rounded team just wins ugly. When it comes to playing for you playoff lives, winning ugly is the way to go.

Chance at making postseason: 52 percent

The Jacksonville RAIDERS seemed buried earlier in the season, but has had a very nice second half and jumped into the American League wildcard race. There sitting 2 games back right now but they have a great chance to sneak in there.

The pitching staff has been decent but nothing amazing; with a team ERA of 4.42 but the 1.46 WHIP means there have been a lot of players on the bath paths for the pitchers to deal with. Beyond Eddie Hogan and Tito Holt the starting rotation is a mess. George Robinson has been a good closer with 34 saves but 7 blown saves has hurt the team at times.

The Raiders offense has been good the last couple of season but they have struggled this year with scoring just over 700 runs and hitting only .264. Frank Simmons has had a down year only hitting .257, 27 homeruns and 79 RBI’s. Carmen Garcia has had a great year with is 31 homeruns and 93 RBI’s. The team really seems to be a missing a good lead-off, so that could explain why the power hitters are having down years.
The Raiders have a team that can win a wild card spot but it’s becoming a big climb at this point.

Chance at making postseason: 50 percent

The Tacoma Saints find themselves in the three way tie for the last wildcard spot in the National League. Looking at the Saints roster it’s a miracle there even in the wildcard race to begin with.

The Saints have the fewest homeruns in the league with 77 but to make up for that they have over 300 stolen bases. The team made some big trades at the trade deadline to get some bats in the lineup with Brendan Wright and John Giambi but they have struggled so far. Between the two, there hitting .243, 19 homeruns, 69 RBI’s and 64 runs scored. I’m thinking the team thought they would get more then that from them.

Just like every season in the Tacoma the team’s success always comes down the pitching staff. This season the staff has been great at times and average at others. A 3.51 team ERA is great but I’m thinking the team thought they could do better. What has given Tacoma a huge boost is Steven Hill and stunningly great season. Hill is 15-10 with a 3.05 ERA and hasn’t lost in his last 9 starts.

The Saints have been finding ways to stay in the race all season as they seem to do every season, and they will be right there until the end.

Chance at making postseason: 50 percent

The Philadelphia HeadHunters are the third team in the three way tie for the final playoff spot in the National League and by all accounts the Headhunters shouldn’t even be here. The team has given up 57 more runs then they have scored but because the teams hot start they have somehow survived this long.

The Headhunters are being led by two-headed monster of Tyler Mitchell and Alex Valentin. Mitchell is hitting .279, with 30 homeruns and 107 RBI’s, while Valentin is hitting .272, with 30 homeruns and 90 RBI’s. After that the Headhunters have an average offense that struggle to score runs at times.

In the pitching staff Rico Martinez is the staff ace with a great season so far. Martinez has a 15-10 record, with a 4.02 ERA, while pitching 235 innings pitched. After Martinez it’s a mystery what kind of pitching performance the Headhunters will get. At the trade deadline they went after some bullpen help and got Miguel Pena but that’s been a disaster. Pena is 0-2 with a 4.74 ERA and 1 blown save.

They're just one of a bunch of National League teams trying to get hot at the right time.

Chance at making postseason: 42 percent

The New York Subway trail in the National League wildcard race by 1 game, but it feels like even one game could be a tough climb with the teams in front of them. Just like all the other teams in the National League wildcard race, they have some big questions marks but like the others they have found way to overcome them. With the wildcard race so open, why not the Subway?

Out of all the wildcard the teams the Subway by far has the best offense. They have scored almost 800 runs and have hit over 200 homeruns. Dizzy Lankford is having a breakout season with 35 homeruns and 101 RBI’s. Felipe Lee is right behind him with 34 homeruns and 100 RBI’s.

While the Subway has the best offense out of the wildcards teams they probably have the worst pitching staff. D.T. Telford is having a breakout season with 16 wins but do you trust him to be the staff ace with an ERA of 4.45 and WHIP at 1.39? Heath Thomas has got hit with some bad luck this season. Despite Thomas’s 3.36 ERA, his record is only 5-12. Troy King one game is a shut down closer and then the next night want to pull your hair out but 45 saves is 45 saves.

What the Subway have to do like a lot of other teams, is hope to get the right mix of hitting and pitching, if they want a playoff berth this season.

Chance at making postseason: 40 percent

Thursday, July 15, 2010



[A rare combination of power and speed. Only problem for Holmes is that his range at shortstop is a little low.]

[A deadly combination of control and velocity. Only problem for Selby is that he will rarely go beyond six innings.]

[A true definniation of an all-around hitter. Only problem for Holdridge is that his range at shortstop is a little low.]

[Can crush any ball, over any fence on a baseball field. Only problem for Leon is that playing in Florida might bring his homerun totals down.]

[A great contact hitter, with a some good pop in his bat. Only problem for Higginson is that he will struggle against right handers at times.]

[A great closer, with a unhittable pitch and speed. Only problem for Sellers is that he’s a one inning pitcher.]

[A nasty closer, with some of the best off-speed pitches in the league. Only problem for Sasaki is that he can’t make any mistakes with his pitches or he could get trouble.]

[A nasty starter, which right handed batters can’t hit. Only problem for Ward he will have to keep runners off the bases, as he will give up homeruns.]

[A solid shortstop that does every right from hitting to fielding. Only problem for Arnold is that he’s a little slow on the base paths.]

[Control artist that can make any hitter look silly at the plate. Only problem for Sexson is that hitters get a ton of fly balls, which doesn’t always work out so well.]









































51 Hector Espinosa Anaheim Beefpound

52 Vic Garces Louisville River Dogs

53 Ivan Baxter Monterrey Stars

54 Cesar Sivilla Durham Hitmen

55 Shayne Romano Salem Gangstas

56 Victor Rodriguez Milwaukee Bucks

57 Butch Woodall Iowa City Foxhounds

58 Napoleon Harris Portland Post Doctoral Fellows

59 John Giambi Philadelphia HeadHunters

60 Bernie Sosa St. Louis Cornerstone

61 Gordon McGlinchy Anaheim Beefpound

62 Vin Arnold Iowa City Foxhounds

63 Peter Kuo Scranton Beet Farmer's

64 Cristobal Trajano Columbus Buckeye Nuts

65 Darrell Black Boston Braves

66 Alfonso Mendez Oklahoma City Kingfishers

67 Joaquin Espinosa Philadelphia HeadHunters

68 Brian Glanville Scranton Beet Farmer's

69 Ivan Hernandez Iowa City Foxhounds

70 Javier Amezaga Louisville River Dogs

71 Felipe Lee New York Subway

72 Buzz McCall Durham Hitmen

73 Julio Herrera Charleston Crusaders

74 Josias Santiago Iowa City Foxhounds

75 Rico Martinez Philadelphia HeadHunters

76 Don Winchester Columbus Buckeye Nuts

77 Pat Kennedy Scranton Beet Farmer's

78 Chad Selby Kansas City Monarchs

79 Karl Nathan Chicago Blackhawks

80 Glenn Wilson Oklahoma City Kingfishers

81 Richard Stanley Minnesota Milfoils

82 Shea Gabriel Monterrey Stars

83 Ismael Martin Louisville River Dogs

84 Carlos Morales Columbus Buckeye Nuts

85 Gail Cline Florida Sizzlers

86 C.C. Maas Portland Post Doctoral Fellows

87 Alex Inouoe Cincinnati Highlanders

88 Eswalin Sanchez Florida Sizzlers

89 Donatello Miller Chicago Blackhawks

90 Sammy Park Vancouver Knights

91 Tom Smith Monterrey Stars

92 Luke Stevenson Cincinnati Highlanders

93 Walter Leonard Vancouver Knights

94 Tori Turner New Britain Fisher Cats

95 Peaches Keller St. Louis Cornerstone

96 King Mateo Philadelphia HeadHunters

97 Tim O'Malley Philadelphia HeadHunters

98 Mike Laroche Boston Braves

99 Armando Escuela Kansas City Monarchs

100 Otis Dorsey Jackson BlaZers

101 Tommy Bird Cleveland Fishnets

102 Wilbur Paquette Jackson BlaZers

103 Preston Coomer Cincinnati Highlanders

104 Hank Peterson Oklahoma City Kingfishers

105 Ivan Guerrero Oklahoma City Kingfishers

106 Willis Sadler St. Louis Cornerstone

107 Cap Grieve Durham Hitmen

108 Juan Alomar Charleston Crusaders

109 Jade Corino Arizona Sting

110 Tony Ramirez Cincinnati Highlanders

111 Rick Payne Durham Hitmen

112 Vincenzo Scharein Louisville River Dogs

113 Roberto Seanez Charleston Crusaders

114 Adam Morris Oklahoma City Kingfishers

115 Derrick Sample Vancouver Knights

116 Chris Iannone New Britain Fisher Cats

117 Slick Peters St. Louis Cornerstone

118 Ted Gilmore Florida Sizzlers

119 Len Lawson Scranton Beet Farmer's

120 Paul Horton Minnesota Milfoils

121 Benji Reynoso Iowa City Foxhounds

122 Caleb Bogar St. Louis Cornerstone

123 Jerry Christensen Salem Gangstas

124 Andrew Peterson Cleveland Fishnets

125 Timothy Clark Scranton Beet Farmer's

126 Matty Goya Monterrey Stars

127 Omar Clark Cleveland Fishnets

128 Hiram Kojima San Jose Earthquakes

129 Paul Witt Dover Souls

130 Rodrigo Arredondo Chicago Blackhawks

131 Ricky Creek Charleston Crusaders

132 P.T. Valdes Monterrey Stars

133 Wilton Wilson Louisville River Dogs

134 David Wright Monterrey Stars

135 Jayson Hubbard Vancouver Knights

136 Wilfredo Guerrero Cleveland Fishnets

137 Aaron Thompson Cleveland Fishnets

138 Chico Rivera Milwaukee Bucks

139 Philip Brunson Vancouver Knights

140 Rico Cedeno St. Louis Cornerstone

141 Manny Krivda Monterrey Stars

142 Hughie Poole Arizona Sting

143 Karl Henson Jackson BlaZers

144 Alex Valentin Philadelphia HeadHunters

145 Jay Bibby Dover Souls

146 Daryl Warden Salem Gangstas

147 Ken Bowen Tacoma Saints

148 Sawyer Diaz Dover Souls

149 Pablo Mota Dover Souls

150 Victor Hernandez Oklahoma City Kingfishers

151 Aaron Smith Scranton Beet Farmer's

152 Derrick Durham Portland Post Doctoral Fellows

153 Francisco Diaz Cincinnati Highlanders

154 Howard Slaughter Jackson BlaZers

155 Jerrod Wilkinson Tacoma Saints

156 Johnnie Conine Charleston Crusaders

157 Kevin Corbin Florida Sizzlers

158 Julio Nieto St. Louis Cornerstone

159 Russ Newfield Dover Souls

160 Dernell Kirk Charleston Crusaders

161 Orlando Ramirez Arizona Sting

162 Chad Russ Jacksonville RAIDERS

163 Freddy Timmons Vancouver Knights

164 Fausto Gonzales Cincinnati Highlanders

165 Einar Mangual Cincinnati Highlanders

166 Willie Stark Louisville River Dogs

167 Andy Redman St. Louis Cornerstone

168 Francisco Valdes Portland Post Doctoral Fellows

169 Vince Watkins New York Subway

170 Eugene Brumbaugh New York Subway

171 Bob Minor Kansas City Monarchs

172 Fernando Aybar New Britain Fisher Cats

173 Giomar Ramirez Anaheim Beefpound

174 Benjamin Stevenson Arizona Sting

175 Wiki Cordero Cincinnati Highlanders

176 Alfredo Cedeno New Britain Fisher Cats

177 Quinn Mancuso Florida Sizzlers

178 Anibal Espinoza Cleveland Fishnets

179 Kip Burke Tacoma Saints

180 Junior Jacquez Kansas City Monarchs

181 Pedro Furcal Charleston Crusaders

182 Jarrett LaRue Tacoma Saints

183 Bartolo Flores San Jose Earthquakes

184 Juan Mondesi Jackson BlaZers

185 Alexander Ferguson Jacksonville RAIDERS

186 P.J. Cunningham Anaheim Beefpound

187 Sting Speaker Cleveland Fishnets

188 Bengie Zorrilla Florida Sizzlers

189 Dallas Becker Iowa City Foxhounds

190 Dan Howell Salem Gangstas

191 Jumbo Frias Vancouver Knights

192 Lonny Hamilton New Britain Fisher Cats

193 Chan Hasegawa St. Louis Cornerstone

194 Pat Johnstone Boston Braves

195 Donnie Lawson Oklahoma City Kingfishers

196 Jumbo Quevedo Tacoma Saints

197 Ralph Williams Philadelphia HeadHunters

198 Patrick Scheffer Dover Souls

199 Wilfredo Lopez Oklahoma City Kingfishers

200 Louie Soto Iowa City Foxhounds

201 Kris Hynes Cleveland Fishnets

202 Gustavo Lee St. Louis Cornerstone

203 Enrique Villarreal Monterrey Stars

204 Lorenzo Ramirez Boston Braves

205 Haywood Butler Vancouver Knights

206 Fred Rolls Louisville River Dogs

207 J.R. Brinkley New York Subway

208 Ben Scalici Monterrey Stars

209 Valerio Sosa Scranton Beet Farmer's

210 Tony Pearson Vancouver Knights

211 Bruce Tate Oklahoma City Kingfishers

212 Cesar Belliard Charleston Crusaders

213 Tomas Martinez St. Louis Cornerstone

214 Al Rojas Arizona Sting

215 Otis Roberts Jackson BlaZers

216 Rod Phelps Anaheim Beefpound

217 Enos Carter Anaheim Beefpound

218 Banana Sutton Tacoma Saints

219 Henry Fick New York Subway

220 Ron Weston Vancouver Knights

221 Tommy Shermann Jacksonville RAIDERS

222 Brandon Hull Philadelphia HeadHunters

223 Joakim Rios Minnesota Milfoils

224 Vern Buckley Milwaukee Bucks

225 Sun Martin Philadelphia HeadHunters

226 Dick Mancuso Florida Sizzlers

227 Kirk McPherson Charleston Crusaders

228 Stretch Belle Anaheim Beefpound

229 Wil Magee Jacksonville RAIDERS

230 Harry Ibanez Kansas City Monarchs

231 Jason Thomas Kansas City Monarchs

232 Harvey Rogers Philadelphia HeadHunters

233 Alan Patton Iowa City Foxhounds

234 Chuck LaRocca Salem Gangstas

235 Cesar Tavarez St. Louis Cornerstone

236 Lee Barkett Oklahoma City Kingfishers

237 Mike Clarkson Jackson BlaZers

238 Pedro Ozuna New York Subway

239 Ray Callaway New York Subway

240 Ching-Lung Suh Cincinnati Highlanders

241 Deion Cox St. Louis Cornerstone

242 Joaquin Moreno Dover Souls

243 Ronald Garland Columbus Buckeye Nuts

244 Tim Burch Jackson BlaZers

245 Jamie Kelly Louisville River Dogs

246 Henry Mancuso St. Louis Cornerstone

247 Francisco Guerrero Philadelphia HeadHunters

248 Edgardo Nieves Anaheim Beefpound

249 Steve Hoyt Portland Post Doctoral Fellows

250 Darrell Rubel Columbus Buckeye Nuts