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Doug B

*** OFFICIAL WIS XVI Draft Thread ***

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Here... Working on it...

Guys, give us a few minutes. Hammering out the particulars of a swap.

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Google Doc, anyone with link can edit:

Please add to OP: https://docs.google....ckt5ejZmRzdwSkE

Added tabs(on bottom) for draft, Franchise tracking, Stadium draft and the franchise Cheetsheet

If you add a pick please add to both draft and franchise Tracker tabs :thumbup:

Thanks for doing this, Kraft. :hifive: Link is added to the OP, toward the top.

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I think I'm just going to wing it and take my favorites.

How would that be any different than normal...;)
Usually I'm pretty bad, but with with guys I'm indifferent to.

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Love you Doug :wub:

I'll take

THE GEORGIA PEACH

In the early 1920s, Cobb was diagnosed with glaucoma, and he also suffered from tumors on and around his eyes, most likely due to excessive exposure to the sun. Cobb underwent surgery for the tumors and wore sunglasses most of the time for the last few years of his career. Remarkably, despite his deteriorating eye sight, Cobb hit .401 at the age of 35 and .378 in 1925 when he was 38 years old. In 1922, the year he had the first surgery on his eyes, Cobb set a record with four five-hit games, a mark that has never been surpassed. Hardly slowing down as he aged, Cobb hit .360 over the last eight seasons of his career.

Nine things you didn't know about Tyrus Raymond Cobb

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1.13- Eddie "Knuckles" Cicotte, Alleged Criminal, White Sox

After being banned from playing baseball Cicotte returned to Livonia, Michigan where he managed a service station, served as a Game Warden in the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, then went to work for Ford Motor Company where he retired in 1944. Eddie lived to be 84 years old and until his death at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, May 5, 1969, he was a strawberry farmer on a 5½-acre farm near Farmington.

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can't believe i just talked myself into this:

1.14 George Brett - 3B - Royals

championship!

eta: changed pick color to royal blue

Thought about him last night after my pick. Was wondering what kind of value would be placed on him in this format. Answer: high value.

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can't believe i just talked myself into this:

1.14 George Brett - 3B - Royals

championship!

eta: changed pick color to royal blue

Thought about him last night after my pick. Was wondering what kind of value would be placed on him in this format. Answer: high value.
I looked at him, just knew that I couldn't take him at the spot I was at...

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Liked Brett a lot but probably wouldn't have pulled the trigger. Actually put together some rankings last night. Ignoring franchise scarcity I have Brett ranked around #35 among hitters. So that's a lot of value on franchise scarcity if my numbers are even close.

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Liked Brett a lot but probably wouldn't have pulled the trigger. Actually put together some rankings last night. Ignoring franchise scarcity I have Brett ranked around #35 among hitters. So that's a lot of value on franchise scarcity if my numbers are even close.

so you're saying there's a chance...

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