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MLB 2000 It's A Grand Old Game. POSTSEASON

1998 and 1999 League Champion - The Los Angeles Dodgers

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1999 League Champion - The Cleveland Indians (ab1958)
1998 AL Champion - The California Angels (bhicks42)
1996 and 97 League Champion - The Cleveland Indians (ab1958)
1997 NL Champion: The Philadelphia Phillies (Fightingtigers)
1995 League Champion and 1996 NL Champion: The Chicago Cubs (Elgoato)

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Welcome to the league

It's a Grand Old Game is a historical real progression league started in 1960 and run by Commissioner Willbhere.
The road has had some bumps but there are owners that have been since the beginning and I'm sure would agree this is a pretty good and competitive league.

Hansen delivers in clutch, Dodgers win

Dave Hansen drove in 5 runs, carrying Los Angeles to a 16-7 victory over the Expos. Mike Piazza knocked home 4 runs for the Dodgers. Montreal's Vladimir Guerrero had 4 RBIs. | Box

Valentin in the zone for victorious Brewers

Jose Valentin's hot bat helped the Brewers to a 3-1 win over the Angels. Valentin collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Helton powers Brewers to win over Angels

Todd Helton blasted 2 homers, lifting the Brewers to a 5-1 win over Anaheim. | Box

Bagwell blasts off, leads Astros to win

Jeff Bagwell blasted 2 homers, lifting the Astros to a 5-1 win over New York. Darryl Kile struckout 8 New York batters in the contest. | Box

Giambi powers Athletics to win over Yankees

Jason Giambi blasted 2 homers, lifting the Athletics to a 12-4 win over New York. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

O. Saenz, Athletics .3484 HR8 RBI
J. Giambi, Athletics .3003 HR9 RBI
M. Piazza, Dodgers .3812 HR9 RBI
D. Hansen, Dodgers .5631 HR9 RBI
J. Bagwell, Astros .3163 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

C. Kreuter, Brewers 3 for 21 (.143)
R. Velarde, Yankees 3 for 20 (.150)
A. Beltre, Dodgers 3 for 20 (.150)
J. Vidro, Expos 2 for 18 (.111)
M. Meluskey, Astros 3 for 18 (.167)

Leaders: AVG

E. Burks, Red Sox .343
J. Giambi, Athletics .321
M. Alou, Expos .315
J. Edmonds, Twins .314
B. Williams, Yankees .311

Leaders: WHIP

R. Reed, Pirates 1.02
M. Mussina, Angels 1.05
K. Wood, Cubs 1.08
K. Brown, Angels 1.10
G. Maddux, Cubs 1.10
Latest Results
6/25/2022Dodgers @ ExposWatch  Box
6/25/2022Angels @ BrewersWatch  Box
6/25/2022Athletics @ YankeesWatch  Box
6/25/2022Astros @ MetsWatch  Box
6/25/2022Angels @ BrewersWatch  Box
6/25/2022Astros @ MetsWatch  Box
6/25/2022Dodgers @ ExposWatch  Box
6/25/2022Athletics @ YankeesWatch  Box
6/23/2022Brewers @ AngelsWatch  Box
6/23/2022Expos @ DodgersWatch  Box
6/23/2022Yankees @ AthleticsWatch  Box
6/23/2022Mets @ AstrosWatch  Box
6/23/2022Yankees @ AthleticsWatch  Box

Latest Message
5/25/2022All-Star Selectionswillbhere
This season's all-stars have been selected. Click the link to find out who was honored.
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Latest Transactions
6/9/2022 Player Dropped
Jimmy Anderson dropped by Pittsburgh Pirates
6/9/2022 Player Dropped
Peter Bergeron dropped by Pittsburgh Pirates
6/9/2022 Player Dropped
Yorkis Perez dropped by Pittsburgh Pirates
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Latest Public Board Post
6/24/2022League Openings (Sarahs are welcome...)bravo03
MLB Legendary has two openings currently, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

The league uses real life progression. No contracts, players enter the league when they meet minimum stat levels, with the team they did in real life. You keep them as long as you like, until you trade or drop them. Players retire as they did in real life.

We are currently in the offseason before the 1999 season. If you are interested let me know.
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