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The 1999 OOSL All-Star Roster



". . . All-Star starters are voted upon by the entire league constituency . . ."

-The OOSL Constitution-



 [  ] The 1999 OOSL All-Star Break is here. The 100 game mark has been reached, pennant races are in full swing, players are assaulting the record books, a season of trades are behind us -- and the Home Stretch is in front of us. But not before a short respite from the seriousness of the flag chase. The best of the best will compete in an OOSL tradition, the All-Star Series and Home Run Derby.

 [  ] The All-Star Series is an innovation of the OOSL. Rather than have a mid-season game and give the stars an at-bat or two to shine, we block out 15 days in the schedule during the month of July and have a full blown, best-of-seven game All-Star Series.

 [  ] The American League will host this year's series (Games 1, 2, 6, 7) and has chosen Comiskey Park, home of the Chicago White Sox, as the park to play in. The National League, which will host the Home Run Derby, has selected Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, to call the home field. It should be a great series in that great OOSL city of Chicago! Can the pitchers of both Leagues regain control after last year's double-digit slugfests? Or will this year's sluggers retain mastery over the best hurlers of both Leagues? Can the Americans make it two in a row?

 [  ] Although there is no OOSL Rule that mandates every team be represented on the All-Star Rosters, every team is represented on the 1999 American and National All-Star Rosters. All but four teams have at least one player on the All-Star First Team (starter), and six teams have at least two First Teamers. Two teams have three First Teamers. Oddly enough, all of the above statements are equally split between the two Leagues! Even more interesting is that there are other statistical evidences of amazing parity. Let's take a look.








 [  ] Of course, it isn't all evenly split up between the Leagues so nicely. Examples are: three AL clubs and zero NL clubs have a single Second Teamer, one AL and three NL have two Second Teamers, one AL and two NL have three Second Teamers, zero AL and two NL have four Second Teamers, one AL and zero NL have five Second Teamers, and one AL and zero NL have seven Second Teamers. All in all, the splits are amazingly close. What does it all mean? I'm not sure, but it's one of the many things that make the OOSL fun to be a part of -- a story within a story . . . within a story.

 [  ] Accompanying the All-Star Series is a unique Home Run Derby contest, with rules created specifically by the OOSL. The Home Run Derby is conducted prior to the fourth game of the series. When picking the All-Star reserves the League Manager must also assign six All-Stars to represent the league in the Home Run Derby. Each batter gets ten outs before his home run hitting attempts are over. Both an individual and a team Home Run Champion are crowned.




1999 OOSL AL All-Star Roster 1999 OOSL NL All-Star Roster 1999 OOSL Home Run Derby Champions

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 [ AL Logo ]
1999 OOSL American League All-Star Roster



The 1999 OOSL American League All-Stars are listed with the voted Starters first, and the appointed subs following.



 [ All-Star Fielder ]

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Starters (unanimous selections in ALL CAPS):

 [ Josh Gibson ]
Josh Gibson


CA - JOSH GIBSON, Cleveland
1B - LOU GEHRIG, Boston
2B - ROGERS HORNSBY, New York
3B - John Beckwith, Detroit
SS - JOE CRONIN, New York
OF - TED WILLIAMS, Detroit
OF - Joe Jackson, Homestead
OF - Mickey Mantle, Baltimore
SP - Walter Johnson, Homestead
CL - Urban Shocker, Homestead

Player Statistics as of the All-Star Break



Name          Tm  PA  AB   R   H   Avg 2B 3B HR RBI SH SB  Slug%   OB% LStk GS PP  XP% 
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L.Gehrig     BOA 417 358  71 134  .374 12  9 32  88  0  11  .726  .456   12  0  3  .73 
J.Jackson    HMA 426 386  55 144  .373 23  4  7  50  0  15  .508  .420   21  0  9  .88 
T.Williams   DEA 455 385  78 132  .343 26  6 21  78  0   1  .605  .440    6  0  9  .68 
J.Beckwith   DEA 439 384  65 124  .323 18  3 23  96  0   6  .565  .396   10  1  5  .47 
J.Gibson     CLA 443 374  67 113  .302 17  8 28  87  0   3  .615  .406    8  0  2  .82 
M.Mantle     BAA 447 381  70 113  .297 10  6 18  76  0  13  .496  .389   10  1  8  .91 
R.Hornsby    NYA 438 381  72 113  .297 18  3 23  63  0   1  .541  .372   15  1  4  .73 
J.Cronin     NYA 414 368  44 104  .283 25  4 13  47  4   5  .478  .341   16  0  6  .75 
----------------------------------------Reserves--------------------------------------
M.Ott        NYA 461 399  76 128  .321 16  1 24  50  0   8  .546  .406    9  0  5  .52
A.Simmons    CHA 433 404  59 124  .307 14  1 18  78  0   2  .480  .346   10  1  9  .86
H.Heilmann   CHA 428 390  58 119  .305 30  8 12  73  0   2  .515  .355   11  0  9  .89
S.Lollar     NYA 381 346  32 105  .303 13  0 14  60  0   1  .462  .367   11  0  2  .85
J.Dimaggio   PHA 365 323  46  93  .288 24  5 17  62  0   2  .551  .356    8  0  8  .90
M.Suttles    NYA 429 389  72 108  .278 13  4 41  83  0   0  .648  .340   13  1  3  .35
B.Leonard    *** 422 373  61 103  .276 16  3 24  67  0   0  .528  .355    9  0  7  .62
W.Berger     BOA 399 363  63  95  .262 13  4 26  74  0   1  .534  .316   10  2  7  .72
B.Dahlen     CLA 372 343  42  87  .254 18  3  5  33  0   3  .367  .309    9  0  6  .76
H.Richardson BAA 434 396  39  97  .245 30  2  0  53  0   7  .331  .297   10  0  4  .83


Name          Tm T  W  L   ERA   G GS CG Sho Sv     IP OpAvg  BB   K IRSc% BR/9 RnSup PiAvg   X% 
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W.Johnson    HMA R 14  9  2.83  27 26  6   2   0 193.2  .226  63 169 ----- 10.5  3.88  .182  .67
U.Shocker    HMA R  5  7  3.07  57  0  0   0  28  99.2  .227  33  51  .316 10.7 -----  .000 1.00 
-----------------------------------------Reserves-----------------------------------------------
J.Orosco     DEA L  2  2  1.53  32  0  0   0  20  29.1  .212  15  16  .167 11.4 -----  .000 1.00
D.Trout      BOA R  8  0  2.11  42  0  0   0   3  68.1  .204  25  41  .353  9.7 -----  .000  .75
T.Glavine    CHA L  7  4  2.80  19 18  0   0   0 106.0  .252  38  42 ----- 12.0  4.28  .125  .83
M.Soto       PHA R  9  8  2.80  24 21  2   1   0 147.2  .214  61  94 ----- 10.7  3.81  .143  .67 
E.Shore      CHA R  6  2  2.83  49  2  1   0   2  70.0  .224  21  24  .200 10.0  5.50  .000 ----
J.Petty      BOA L  3  3  2.93  39  0  0   0  25  46.0  .276  20  32  .533 13.3 -----  .000 ----
L.Gomez      BOA L  8  6  3.01  16 16  2   1   0 110.2  .220  39  93 ----- 10.5  3.69  .139  .75
J.Weimer     CHA L  6  2  3.14  59  0  0   0   3  51.2  .223  23  33  .154 11.3 -----  .143 1.00
R.Clemens    BOA R 13  5  3.18  22 22  3   2   0 152.2  .229  56 128 ----- 10.8  4.86  .292 1.00
S.Coveleski  CHA R 10  2  3.29  27 16  0   0   1 115.0  .260  36  61  .400 11.6  5.06  .133 1.00


AL Reserves:

 [ Joe Cronin ]
Joe Cronin


CA - Sherm Lollar, New York
1B - Mule Suttles, New York
2B - Hardy Richardson, Baltimore
3B - Mel Ott, New York
SS - Bill Dahlen, Cleveland
OF - Harry Heilmann, Chicago
OF - Wally Berger, Boston
OF - Joe DiMaggio, Philadelphia
OF - Al Simmons, Chicago
OF - Buck Leonard, Cleveland/Chicago
PI - Roger Clemens, Boston
PI - Lefty Gomez, Boston
PI - Stan Coveleski, Chicago
PI - Dizzy Trout, Boston
PI - Jesse Petty, Boston
PI - Jake Weimer, Chicago
PI - Ernie Shore, Chicago
PI - Mario Soto, Philadelphia
PI - Jesse Orosco, Detroit
PI - Tom Glavine, Chicago



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1999 OOSL National League All-Star Roster



The 1999 OOSL National League All-Stars are listed with the voted Starters first, and the appointed subs following.


 [ All-Star Runner ]

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Starters (unanimous selections in ALL CAPS):

 [ Babe Ruth ]
Babe Ruth


CA - GABBY HARTNETT, Cincinnati
1B - Johnny Mize, Chicago
2B - BILL MONROE, Boston
3B - ROD CAREW, Saint Louis
SS - Dick Lundy, Saint Louis
OF - BABE RUTH, New York
OF - Chuck Klein, Kansas City
OF - Ty Cobb, New York
SP - CHRISTY MATHEWSON, New York
CL - George McQuillan, Chicago

Player Statistics as of the All-Star Break



Name          Tm  PA  AB   R   H   Avg 2B 3B HR RBI SH SB  Slug%   OB% LStk GS PP  XP%
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R.Carew      SLN 412 375  59 128  .341 22 12  3  37  4  14  .488  .387   11  0  5  .58 
T.Cobb       NYN 455 417  66 141  .338 20  5  5  47  0  30  .446  .387   11  0  7  .68 
B.Monroe     BON 440 408  61 134  .328 24 11  4  35  0  15  .471  .375   14  0  4  .85 
C.Klein      KCN 422 391  53 127  .325 19  3 19  77  0  15  .535  .367   17  1  7  .32 
G.Hartnett   CIN 368 330  32 103  .312 17  6 13  47  0   2  .518  .375    7  0  2  .86 
J.Mize       CHN 410 380  53 115  .303 19  6 19  82  0   1  .534  .346   10  0  3  .55 
B.Ruth       NYN 431 354  73  99  .280 19  3 30  77  0  12  .605  .402    8  0  9  .57 
D.Lundy      SLN 410 372  46 103  .277  7  3 13  39  4   5  .417  .330   13  0  6  .80 
----------------------------------------Reserves--------------------------------------
C.Anson      NYN 423 378  63 119  .315 29  5  3  48  1   3  .442  .379   21  0  3  .71
Y.Berra      SLN 329 297  33  90  .303  9  2 12  52  0   0  .468  .359   20  1  2  .74
C.Gehringer  CIN 438 392  56 116  .296 21  2  5  48 16  13  .398  .344    9  0  4  .80
O.Charleston NYN 426 380  55 111  .292 18  6 15  73  0  11  .489  .359   12  1  8  .89
B.Bonds*     CHN 361 320  59  93  .291 17  6 16  48  0  12  .531  .366   15  0  9  .74
W.Mays       KCN 446 416  66 117  .281 19  6 17  63  0  12  .478  .323   22  0  8  .92
T.Stearnes   BRN 421 378  52 104  .275 12  3 18  59  0  13  .466  .342   11  1  7  .77
J.Robinson   BRN 420 373  61 102  .273 16  4  7  31  4  26  .394  .344    8  0  5  .69
H.Wagner     NYN 420 379  47  96  .253 22  3  3  59  0  23  .351  .314   15  0  6  .91
J.Foxx       CIN 446 378  52  95  .251 16  2 21  70  0   9  .471  .359    9  1  3  .62



Name          Tm T  W  L   ERA   G GS CG Sho Sv     IP OpAvg  BB   K IRSc% BR/9 RnSup PiAvg   X%  
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C.Mathewson  NYN R 18  8  3.26  37 35  9   5   0 254.1  .253  63 148 1.000 10.6  5.03  .138  .67
G.McQuillan  CHN R  2  1  1.80  39  0  0   0  32  35.0  .217   7  19  .231  9.0 -----  .000 1.00 
-----------------------------------------Reserves-----------------------------------------------
P.Assenmache CHN L  9  1  1.80  35  0  0   0   1  45.0  .228  18  38  .375 11.2 -----  .000 1.00
D.Righetti   SLN L  6  2  1.85  26  6  2   0   2  68.0  .194  18  40  .118  8.6  4.17  .312 1.00
J.Pfiester   KCN L  6  3  2.02  36  0  0   0  14  58.0  .229  16  30  .205 10.1 -----  .000  .67
J.Niekro     PIN R  1  1  2.27  28  1  0   0   0  43.2  .245  21  18  .455 12.6  5.00  .250 ---- 
G.Gossage    SLN R  7  4  2.41  27  6  2   1   6  71.0  .226  24  46  .429 10.6  4.00  .000 1.00
D.Drysdale   PIN R  8  7  3.13  17 17  4   1   0 123.2  .241  36  70 ----- 10.6  3.71  .073 1.00
L.Baldwin    CHN L  5  2  3.23  28  0  0   0   1  39.0  .182  12  37  .381  8.5 -----  .000 1.00 
C.Hubbell    NYN L 15  8  3.29  34 27  3   1   1 196.2  .262  55 126  .333 11.5  5.11  .228  .62
G.Perry      CHN R 10  9  3.33  26 26  3   1   0 178.1  .260  46  93 ----- 11.0  4.35  .145  .75
H.Brecheen   CIN L 12  7  3.37  27 26  4   1   0 184.1  .254  48 128 ----- 11.1  5.46  .138  .67


NL Reserves:

 [ Gabby Hartnett ]
Gabby Hartnett


CA - Yogi Berra, Saint Louis
1B - Jimmie Foxx, Cincinnati
1B - Cap Anson, New York
2B - Charlie Gehringer, Cincinnati
3B - Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn
SS - Honus Wagner, New York
OF - Oscar Charleston, New York
OF - Barry Bonds, Chicago
OF - Willie Mays, Kansas City
OF - Turkey Stearnes, Brooklyn
PI - Carl Hubbell, New York
PI - Gaylord Perry, Chicago
PI - Harry Brecheen, Cincinnati
PI - Paul Assenmacher, Chicago
PI - Goose Gossage, Saint Louis
PI - Jeff Pfeister, Kansas City
PI - Lady Baldwin, Chicago
PI - Don Drysdale, Pittsburgh
PI - Dave Righetti, Saint Louis
PI - Joe Niekro, Pittsburgh






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Batting Abreviations:
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Tm=Team,  PA=Plate Appearances,  AB=At Bats,  R=Runs,  H=Hits,  Avg=Batting Average,  2B=Doubles,
3B=Triples,  HR=Home Runs,  RBI=Runs Batted In,  SB=Stolen Bases,  Slug%=Slugging Average,
OB%=On Base Average,  LStk=Longest Hit Streak,  GS=GrandSlams,  PP=Primary Position,
XP%=X-Fielding Average (Primary Position)

Pitching Abreviations:
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Tm=Team, T=Throws, W=Wins,  L=Losses,  ERA-Earned Run Average,  G=Games,  GS=Games Started,
CG=Complete Games,  Sho=Shutouts,  Sv=Saves,  IP=Innings Pitched,  OpAvg=Opponent Batting Average,
BB=Base on Balls Allowed,  K=Strike Outs,  IRSc%=Inherited Runners Scored Percentage,
BR/9-Baserunners per 9 IP,  RnSupp=Run Support per Start,  PiAvg=Pitcher Batting Average,
X%=Fielding Percentage






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-Dennis Brearley-




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