Monthly Archives: January 2013

1969 Northside G-Force-Continued

This is an ongoing series of posts documenting my online baseball simulation team, the Northside G-Force, on their quest to win the 1969 GAPL Championship, along with the successes and struggles of my all-time favorite player, Bobby Murcer. The 2-1 … Continue reading

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No Hits-No Problem

Baseball players make errors, they can go 0-4 with a couple of strikeouts, and yet teams still manage to win a lot of games when this happens. It takes a team effort to get no hit, every batter has to … Continue reading

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The 1969 Northside G-Force

  I’ve been involved in an online baseball simulation league for over 10 years. The Great American Pastime League(GAPL) began with the 1955 season and has just started playing the 1969 season. My team, the Northside G-Force had the 1st … Continue reading

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Jim Conway- A Nickname of Some Renown

Jim Conway played just 3 seasons in the Major League American Association. Beginning in 1884 he put together a 3-9 record with the Brooklyn Atlantics, and followed that up with just 12 innings pitched in 1885 with the Philadelphia Athletics … Continue reading

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Wildfire Schulte-One For The Hall

  Frank “Wildfire” Schulte played 15 seasons in the Major Leagues from 1904-1918, 13 of which were with the Chicago Cubs. He played on 4 pennant winners with the Cubbies, 1906, 07, 08, and 1910, winning World Championships in 1907 … Continue reading

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Stan Musial 1920-2013

Take a look at at Stan Musial’s batting stance. He’s not scaring anyone with that peek-a-boo nonsense. He looks like that one kid that we all had on our Little league team that didn’t want to be there, scared shitless … Continue reading

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Bill Fischer-Take A Walk Bubba

  Bill Fischer pitched in the Majors for 9 seasons. (1956-1964) He toed the hill for the White Sox, Tigers, Senators, A’s, and the Twins, racking up a career 45-58 record with a 4.34 ERA. Not the stuff of legends. … Continue reading

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The Austere Calm Of Icebox Chamberlain

Elton P. Chamberlain Born: 11/5/1867, Warsaw, NY                                                                                                                               Died: 9/24/1929, Baltimore, MD Elton Chamberlain pitched for 10 seasons in the major leagues. He won 20 games 3x with a high of 34 in 1889. He also had two 20 loss seasons. … Continue reading

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Babe Pinelli Deserves A Post

Why does an umpire deserve the honor of getting a post on Baseball Revisited?   Several reasons: 1. His real name is Rinaldo Angelo Paolinelli, which is an awesome name. 2. He really makes that umpire cap look good. 3. … Continue reading

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Josh Gibson- A Contract For The Ages

This is a contract signed by Josh Gibson to play the 1932 Negro League season with the Homestead Grays for the tidy sum of $275.  It’s also signed by the team owner Cum Posey. Both players are in the Hall … Continue reading

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