2015 All-Star Stitches #32: Lorenzo Cain

19 01 2017

Here’s the next card from my 13 card All-Star Stitches purchase from COMC last December.  As a reminder, I went to the All-Star game and Home Run Derby in Cincinnati.  So I’m collecting this All-Star Stitches set!  These cards that have swatches from the Monday practice festivities.

This is the 32nd card toward this set.

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Card number:  STIT-LC

Player:  Lorenzo Cain

How I got the card:  COMC in December (Black Friday)

Position:  Right Field

How he made the roster:  Cain was voted in by the fans as one of the three AL outfielders.

This was his 1st All-Star selection.

First half stat line:  .316/8/42, 17 SB

All-Star game:  Mike Trout won the game’s MVP award, but Cain certainly could have been in the discussion.  He went 2-3 with a double and an RBI.  He popped out to end the 1st inning.  He singled in the 4th inning but got stranded at third base.  He then doubled in the 5th to score Prince Fielder and put the AL up, 3-1.

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STIT-AB A.J. Burnett – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-AC Aroldis Chapman – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-AE Alcides Escobar – Kansas City Royals
STIT-AGN Adrian Gonzalez – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-AJ Adam Jones – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-AM Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-APO A.J. Pollock – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-APU Albert Pujols – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-AR Anthony Rizzo – Chicago Cubs
STIT-BB Brad Boxberger – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-BC Brandon Crawford – San Francisco Giants
STIT-BD Brian Dozier – Minnesota Twins
STIT-BG Brett Gardner – New York Yankees
STIT-BHA Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals
STIT-BHO Brock Holt – Boston Red Sox
STIT-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
STIT-CA Chris Archer – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-CK Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-CM Carlos Martinez – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-CS Chris Sale – Chicago White Sox
STIT-DB Dellin Betances – New York Yankees
STIT-DK Dallas Keuchel – Houston Astros
STIT-DL DJ LeMahieu – Colorado Rockies
STIT-DO Darren O’Day – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-DP David Price – Detroit Tigers
STIT-FH Felix Hernandez – Seattle Mariners
STIT-GC Gerrit Cole – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-GP Glen Perkins – Minnesota Twins
STIT-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
STIT-JDE Jacob deGrom – New York Mets
STIT-JDO Josh Donaldson – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-JK Jason Kipnis – Cleveland Indians
STIT-JM J.D. Martinez – Detroit Tigers
STIT-JPA Joe Panik – San Francisco Giants
STIT-JPD Joc Pederson – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-JPE Jhonny Peralta – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-JU Justin Upton – San Diego Padres
STIT-KB Kris Bryant – Chicago Cubs
STIT-KH Kelvin Herrera – Kansas City Royals
STIT-LC Lorenzo Cain – Kansas City Royals
STIT-MB Madison Bumgarner – San Francisco Giants
STIT-MMA Manny Machado – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-MME Mark Melancon – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-MTE Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees
STIT-MTR Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-NA Nolan Arenado – Colorado Rockies
STIT-NC Nelson Cruz – Seattle Mariners
STIT-PF Prince Fielder – Texas Rangers
STIT-PG Paul Goldschmidt – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-RM Russell Martin – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-SM Shelby Miller – Atlanta Braves
STIT-SP Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
STIT-SV Stephen Vogt – Oakland Athletics
STIT-TF Todd Frazier – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-TT Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies
STIT-WD Wade Davis – Kansas City Royals
STIT-YG Yasmani Grandal – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-YM Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-ZB Zach Britton – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-ZG Zack Greinke – Los Angeles Dodgers




My fictitious Hall of Fame Ballot – 2017

18 01 2017

The Hall of Fame vote comes out tonight.  If you’re anything like me, you gobble this kind of thing up.  I follow the Hall of Fame tracker by @NotMrTibbs that has received a bunch of attention.  I try to read a couple of books a year about HOF inductees.  I went to Griffey’s induction last year!

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This year’s ballot is again facing a logjam.  The average ballot last year contained just under 8 players per submission.  This year it will almost certainly end up above 8, even with a blank ballot or 2.  Griffey and Piazza are off the ballot after being inducted last year.  Alan Trammel and Mark McGwire are off after reaching their respective year limit.  That’s about 300% of votes received, which did free some votes up.

But Vladimir Guerrero and Ivan Rodriguez are 2 newcomers who have a real shot at getting the 75% required vote.  And Manny Ramirez is tracking toward a decent percentage (20-25%).  Add the increases of all other holdovers from last year – and the logjam is actually bigger.  Jeff Bagwell and Tim Raines look like locks to get in.  Voters seem more inclined to check the box for Clemens and Bonds, and a Trevor Hoffman will be very close as well.

I’m guessing only Bagwell and Raines get in, with Vlad, Pudge and Hoffman barely short.  I hope I’m wrong – it would be nice if one of the other 3 get in.  But if it’s just 2 – the logjam will be even worse next year with only elected and Lee Smith coming off!  I do think it will peak there (or this year if more than 2 get elected).

The 10-player ballot maximum is an unnecessary constraint (problem).  It splits the vote.  As you can see below, there are over 15 players I’d vote for, but if I was a voter, I’d have to pick 10.  I’ve read at least one writer each who put Hoffman or Vlad 11th.  If those guys are one vote short, that just makes the problem worse next year.

Below is my “if I had a vote” message.  Before I get into specific players, I want to say what I’d do about the steroid guys.  I’d generally vote for guys with a clear link to PEDs (note that Piazza and Bagwell do not even have such a link – just speculation with little to no basis).  My reasons?  First, I think PEDs were a baseball issue, not a Mark McGwire or a Barry Bonds issue.  Second, it’s a gray area, not the black and white line that many make it out to be.  I firmly believe at some point in the future, maybe 25 years or 40 years, we’re going to realize that some of those substances are safe to use and that it was silly that it got the debate it did. Finally, there is probably a PED user already in the Hall of Fame, and there are definitely guys in who have openly admitted to using amphetamines.

Steroids was part of the game just like other forms of gamesmanship have been part of the game in different eras.  I say vote the cheaters in, like we’ve done for its entire history (see Gaylord Perry).  I’d rather do that than act like the Hall of Fame is something more than it is.  It’s a shrine for the greatest players, managers and executives of the game, next to a museum that keeps the history of baseball.  No more, no less.

So if someone is linked to PEDs, at least for the time being, I will vote them in – but behind clean guys who I think clearly deserve to be in.  The guys that are, to me, unquestionable on performance and have no tie to PEDs.  The only reason for this is the ballot limit of 10.  I’d vote for Mark McGwire absent any constraints, but if I have to pick between him and Jeff Bagwell, I’d choose Bagwell.  Bagwell deserves to be in CLEARLY, so I slot him ahead of the other guys.  This matters when you’re limited to 10 votes.

I’ve repeated the above 3 paragraphs for at least 3 years now, however I have one addition.  I’m not going to vote for Manny Ramirez.  Despite the fact he’s the probably best historical player on here not named Bonds or Clemens.  But he cheated when it really was cheating, and that’s just where the line gets drawn for me right now.

So here’s my fake ballot.  This is in the order of how I’d vote them in, meaning I’d put Ken Griffey Jr. first if I was only allowed to pick 1 player.

  • Tim Raines (69.8%)
  • Jeff Bagwell (71.6%)
  • Ivan Rodriguez (1st)
  • Vladimir Guerrero (1st)
  • Curt Schilling (52.3%)
  • Mike Mussina (43.0%)
  • Edgar Martinez (27.0%)
  • Barry Bonds (44.3%)
  • Roger Clemens (45.2%)
  • Larry Walker (11.8%)

That’s the limit of 10.  My personal backlog was cut to less because I only added 2 guys – whereas Griffey, Piazza and Trammell were “above the line” for me last year.  Edgar Martinez, congratulations!  I actually moved him above Walker, Jeff Kent and the steroid guys after further review!  Reading a book about the ’95 Mariners really opened my eyes to how feared he was by other players.  He’s looking like he could get in, probably the year after next if I had to guess.

I would also vote the next 7 guys in, but they’d get eliminated by the 10 player rule.  Last year I actually had to choose between Bonds and Clemens.  This year, there are 9 “no-doubters” for me that I put ahead of Bonds & Clemens.  4 of them got elected.  I also decided this year to move Mussina above that list, and while I view Trammell as a clear-cut HOF-er, but he’s definitely the least clear-cut out of those guys.

The rest of these guys are players whom I would vote for.  They aren’t as clear-cut as the 7 guys ahead of Bonds above, but I would vote for them if there were no restrictions.  Note that I put Walker in the same category, but at the top of that “not clear-cut” list – so he makes the list of 10.  To be clear, I definitely do think these guys are Hall of Famers.

  • Jeff Kent (16.6%)
  • Fred McGriff (20.9%)
  • Trevor Hoffman (67.3%)
  • Billy Wagner (10.5%)
  • Gary Sheffield (11.6%)
  • Sammy Sosa (7.0%)

That’s a list of 16.  And I would have put a number of guys who are no longer BBWAA-eligible.  I wish the Hall of Fame could read articles about this and see how the limit of 10 really restricts things for their voters.  Actual BBWAA writers have written about similar dilemmas.  I’d also put Rafael Palmeiro, Kenny Lofton, Jim Edmonds, Trammell and McGwire in.  All have fallen off the ballot in previous years.

 





Pearl Jam Fenway pack (2016)

17 01 2017

I did a couple other fun purchases last year that I’ve been meaning to post about.  This one is a pack of cards from a Pearl Jam concert.  Pearl Jam has done concerts at Wrigley Field a few times – Eddie Vedder is an unabashed Cubs fan who penned the theme for the Cubs hope before they went “All the Way” in 2016.

They passed out cards in 2013 at the first concert back to Wrigley, and in 2016 Pearl Jam played in Fenway Park as well.  They did a similar set there.  The concert had 2 dates – August 5th & 7th.

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I bought a pack of the Fenway cards on eBay a little after the concert.  Each pack has 10 cards that are done in the design of 1991 Topps.

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In addition to those 10 cards, you get a sticker that resembles an old school tobacco card:

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There are 60 card in the regular set, and they form a puzzle on the back.  There are 6 stickers, and then there’s a card of Rob Skinner that has a photo of the full puzzle on the back.

Unlike Chicago, Boston isn’t home for any of the band members – so they’re just doing this as baseball fans who happen to be rock stars.  I bought the full Wrigley set tonight when I found a good deal on it.  Haven’t been able to do so for Boston, but I’ll post about the Wrigley set when I get it and hopefully I can complete the Boston set at some point.





2015 All-Star Stitches #31: Zach Britton

15 01 2017

Here’s the next card from my 13 card All-Star Stitches purchase from COMC last December.  As a reminder, I went to the All-Star game and Home Run Derby in Cincinnati.  So I’m collecting this All-Star Stitches set!  These cards that have swatches from the Monday practice festivities.

This is the 31st card toward this set.

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Card number:  STIT-ZB

Player:  Zach Britton

How I got the card:  COMC in December (Black Friday)

Position:  Pitcher

How he made the roster:  Britton was one of Manager Ned Yost’s selections to fill out the roster after fan and player votes.

This was his 1st All-Star selection.  But he’s sure turned into the stud since then.

First half stat line:  1-0/1.72/41, 23 SV

All-Star game:  Britton came in with one out in the 6th.  He struck out Bryce Harper, but then let Paul Goldschmidt on when he threw wide of first base on a ground ball.  Yadier Molina singled off him after that, but he got Troy Tulowitzki to ground out to 2nd to end the inning.

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STIT-AB A.J. Burnett – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-AC Aroldis Chapman – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-AE Alcides Escobar – Kansas City Royals
STIT-AGN Adrian Gonzalez – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-AJ Adam Jones – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-AM Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-APO A.J. Pollock – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-APU Albert Pujols – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-AR Anthony Rizzo – Chicago Cubs
STIT-BB Brad Boxberger – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-BC Brandon Crawford – San Francisco Giants
STIT-BD Brian Dozier – Minnesota Twins
STIT-BG Brett Gardner – New York Yankees
STIT-BHA Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals
STIT-BHO Brock Holt – Boston Red Sox
STIT-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
STIT-CA Chris Archer – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-CK Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-CM Carlos Martinez – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-CS Chris Sale – Chicago White Sox
STIT-DB Dellin Betances – New York Yankees
STIT-DK Dallas Keuchel – Houston Astros
STIT-DL DJ LeMahieu – Colorado Rockies
STIT-DO Darren O’Day – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-DP David Price – Detroit Tigers
STIT-FH Felix Hernandez – Seattle Mariners
STIT-GC Gerrit Cole – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-GP Glen Perkins – Minnesota Twins
STIT-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
STIT-JDE Jacob deGrom – New York Mets
STIT-JDO Josh Donaldson – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-JK Jason Kipnis – Cleveland Indians
STIT-JM J.D. Martinez – Detroit Tigers
STIT-JPA Joe Panik – San Francisco Giants
STIT-JPD Joc Pederson – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-JPE Jhonny Peralta – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-JU Justin Upton – San Diego Padres
STIT-KB Kris Bryant – Chicago Cubs
STIT-KH Kelvin Herrera – Kansas City Royals
STIT-LC Lorenzo Cain – Kansas City Royals
STIT-MB Madison Bumgarner – San Francisco Giants
STIT-MMA Manny Machado – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-MME Mark Melancon – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-MTE Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees
STIT-MTR Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-NA Nolan Arenado – Colorado Rockies
STIT-NC Nelson Cruz – Seattle Mariners
STIT-PF Prince Fielder – Texas Rangers
STIT-PG Paul Goldschmidt – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-RM Russell Martin – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-SM Shelby Miller – Atlanta Braves
STIT-SP Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
STIT-SV Stephen Vogt – Oakland Athletics
STIT-TF Todd Frazier – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-TT Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies
STIT-WD Wade Davis – Kansas City Royals
STIT-YG Yasmani Grandal – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-YM Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-ZB Zach Britton – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-ZG Zack Greinke – Los Angeles Dodgers




S’more cards from Addiction as Therapy!

14 01 2017

I think the way this thing will work out – I’ll do a bunch of posts in January, then go back to posting 2-3 times a week.  And those posts in January will reflect cards I got in 2016.  So for me, I’m blogging about a month behind real-time.  That actually isn’t too bad, and it works for me!

Adam from Addiction as Therapy sent me some cards toward the end of December.  I opened his package on January 7th and got around to posting it today, January 14th.  During the time I was opening these cards, Connor Cook looked really bad as the Raiders QB and then Detroit and Seattle were at something of a standstill.

Anyways, here’s some of the cards!

First up, he sent me a Fan Favorite Auto of Vern Law – that’s the biggest card of this haul.  What a cool signature for a guy who is 86 years old and one year shy of playing in the 1940’s.  Thanks Adam!

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Also, here’s a Bull Durham card I need.  I re-watched this movie, pretty much because of this card set.  And this gets me a bit closer to finishing!

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After that, he sent me a few more Archives inserts.  These might be my 2 favorite Father-Son insert cards.  Griffey because, yeah, Junior is my favorite player, and the Gordon’s are pretty cool since you’ve got a pitcher and a speedster.

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Adam also sent me a few cards from the retro inserts of the ’69 Super cards.  Glad to get these 3, and Edwin Encarnacion, out of the way!

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OK, so there’s some more Archives cards!  Here are some base cards.

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Anyways, thanks for sending, Adam – I’ll try to go through your wantlists this month and see what I car return.





2015 All-Star Stitches #30: Josh Donaldson

12 01 2017

Here’s the next card from my 14 card All-Star Stitches purchase from COMC last December.  As a reminder, I went to the All-Star game and Home Run Derby in Cincinnati.  So I’m collecting this All-Star Stitches set!  These cards that have swatches from the Monday practice festivities.

This is the 30th card toward this set.

The halfway point!  Seems like the AL MVP from that year is a good option for that.

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Card number:  STIT-JDO

Player:  Josh Donaldson

How I got the card:  COMC in December (Black Friday)

Position:  Third Baseman

How he made the roster:  Donaldson was voted in as the AL starter by the fans.

This was his 2nd All-Star selection.

First half stat line:  .293/21/60

All-Star game:  Donaldson had what must be described as a boring All-Star game appearance.  He walked both times he came up, in the first and then the third innings.  He was stranded on first base both times.  The most mention-worthy thing that happened was he had a throwing error in the 2nd inning that led to the NL’s first run and a tie game at the time.

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STIT-AB A.J. Burnett – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-AC Aroldis Chapman – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-AE Alcides Escobar – Kansas City Royals
STIT-AGN Adrian Gonzalez – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-AJ Adam Jones – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-AM Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-APO A.J. Pollock – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-APU Albert Pujols – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-AR Anthony Rizzo – Chicago Cubs
STIT-BB Brad Boxberger – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-BC Brandon Crawford – San Francisco Giants
STIT-BD Brian Dozier – Minnesota Twins
STIT-BG Brett Gardner – New York Yankees
STIT-BHA Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals
STIT-BHO Brock Holt – Boston Red Sox
STIT-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
STIT-CA Chris Archer – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-CK Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-CM Carlos Martinez – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-CS Chris Sale – Chicago White Sox
STIT-DB Dellin Betances – New York Yankees
STIT-DK Dallas Keuchel – Houston Astros
STIT-DL DJ LeMahieu – Colorado Rockies
STIT-DO Darren O’Day – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-DP David Price – Detroit Tigers
STIT-FH Felix Hernandez – Seattle Mariners
STIT-GC Gerrit Cole – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-GP Glen Perkins – Minnesota Twins
STIT-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
STIT-JDE Jacob deGrom – New York Mets
STIT-JDO Josh Donaldson – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-JK Jason Kipnis – Cleveland Indians
STIT-JM J.D. Martinez – Detroit Tigers
STIT-JPA Joe Panik – San Francisco Giants
STIT-JPD Joc Pederson – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-JPE Jhonny Peralta – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-JU Justin Upton – San Diego Padres
STIT-KB Kris Bryant – Chicago Cubs
STIT-KH Kelvin Herrera – Kansas City Royals
STIT-LC Lorenzo Cain – Kansas City Royals
STIT-MB Madison Bumgarner – San Francisco Giants
STIT-MMA Manny Machado – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-MME Mark Melancon – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-MTE Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees
STIT-MTR Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-NA Nolan Arenado – Colorado Rockies
STIT-NC Nelson Cruz – Seattle Mariners
STIT-PF Prince Fielder – Texas Rangers
STIT-PG Paul Goldschmidt – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-RM Russell Martin – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-SM Shelby Miller – Atlanta Braves
STIT-SP Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
STIT-SV Stephen Vogt – Oakland Athletics
STIT-TF Todd Frazier – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-TT Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies
STIT-WD Wade Davis – Kansas City Royals
STIT-YG Yasmani Grandal – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-YM Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-ZB Zach Britton – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-ZG Zack Greinke – Los Angeles Dodgers




2015 All-Star Stitches #29: Felix Hernandez

11 01 2017

Here’s the next card from my 13 card All-Star Stitches purchase from COMC last December.  As a reminder, I went to the All-Star game and Home Run Derby in Cincinnati.  So I’m collecting this All-Star Stitches set!  These cards that have swatches from the Monday practice festivities.

This is the 29th card toward this set.

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Card number:  STIT-FH

Player:  Felix Hernandez

How I got the card:  COMC in December (Black Friday)

Position:  Pitcher

How he made the roster:  King Felix was selected by Ned Yost as one of his 7 reserve selections.

This was his 6th All-Star selection.

First half stat line:  12-6/2.84/112

All-Star game:  Hernandez came in for starter Dallas Keuchel in the 3rd inning.  He retired the side in order, with one strikeout.

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STIT-AB A.J. Burnett – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-AC Aroldis Chapman – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-AE Alcides Escobar – Kansas City Royals
STIT-AGN Adrian Gonzalez – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-AJ Adam Jones – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-AM Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-APO A.J. Pollock – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-APU Albert Pujols – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-AR Anthony Rizzo – Chicago Cubs
STIT-BB Brad Boxberger – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-BC Brandon Crawford – San Francisco Giants
STIT-BD Brian Dozier – Minnesota Twins
STIT-BG Brett Gardner – New York Yankees
STIT-BHA Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals
STIT-BHO Brock Holt – Boston Red Sox
STIT-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
STIT-CA Chris Archer – Tampa Bay Rays
STIT-CK Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-CM Carlos Martinez – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-CS Chris Sale – Chicago White Sox
STIT-DB Dellin Betances – New York Yankees
STIT-DK Dallas Keuchel – Houston Astros
STIT-DL DJ LeMahieu – Colorado Rockies
STIT-DO Darren O’Day – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-DP David Price – Detroit Tigers
STIT-FH Felix Hernandez – Seattle Mariners
STIT-GC Gerrit Cole – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-GP Glen Perkins – Minnesota Twins
STIT-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
STIT-JDE Jacob deGrom – New York Mets
STIT-JDO Josh Donaldson – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-JK Jason Kipnis – Cleveland Indians
STIT-JM J.D. Martinez – Detroit Tigers
STIT-JPA Joe Panik – San Francisco Giants
STIT-JPD Joc Pederson – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-JPE Jhonny Peralta – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-JU Justin Upton – San Diego Padres
STIT-KB Kris Bryant – Chicago Cubs
STIT-KH Kelvin Herrera – Kansas City Royals
STIT-LC Lorenzo Cain – Kansas City Royals
STIT-MB Madison Bumgarner – San Francisco Giants
STIT-MMA Manny Machado – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-MME Mark Melancon – Pittsburgh Pirates
STIT-MTE Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees
STIT-MTR Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
STIT-NA Nolan Arenado – Colorado Rockies
STIT-NC Nelson Cruz – Seattle Mariners
STIT-PF Prince Fielder – Texas Rangers
STIT-PG Paul Goldschmidt – Arizona Diamondbacks
STIT-RM Russell Martin – Toronto Blue Jays
STIT-SM Shelby Miller – Atlanta Braves
STIT-SP Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
STIT-SV Stephen Vogt – Oakland Athletics
STIT-TF Todd Frazier – Cincinnati Reds
STIT-TT Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies
STIT-WD Wade Davis – Kansas City Royals
STIT-YG Yasmani Grandal – Los Angeles Dodgers
STIT-YM Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
STIT-ZB Zach Britton – Baltimore Orioles
STIT-ZG Zack Greinke – Los Angeles Dodgers