Roy Cullenbine managed 100 wins in Round One. Will he repeat? Hall-of-Famer George Kell has something to say about it! They face a solid slate of challengers in George Stone, Cupid Childs, and Socks Seybold, along with modern stars Vince Coleman, Curtis Granderson, and Raul Ibanez. Only the Top 4 are guaranteed slots in Round 5.
Played as: Roy Cullenbine
Full Name: Roy Joseph Cullenbine
Played as: George Kell
Full Name: George Clyde Kell
Played as: George Stone
Full Name: George Robert Stone
Nicknames: Silent George
Played as: Cupid Childs
Full Name: Clarence Lemuel Childs
Played as: Socks Seybold
Full Name: Ralph Orlando Seybold
Played as: Vince Coleman
Full Name: Vincent Maurice Coleman
Nicknames: Vincent Van Go
Roy Cullenbine went 23-15 to end the season, roaring past George Stone to take the pennant. Vince Coleman used his exceptional speed lock up third and Curtis Granderson held on for fourth place and a .500 record. Cupid Childs dropped his last two games to come up short but did have a positive run differential, giving him an edge and a possible slot in Round 5. We’ll have to see how things shake out at the end of the round. The others get a second chance in Round 4.
- George Stone led all teams in batting with Stone7 clocking in at .326.
- Seven Vince Colemans had at least 10 triples with Coleman8 leading the pack with 18. He was also one of five Wilsons to top 90 stolen bases with a league-leading 109 SBs.
- Three Stones had hitting streaks greater than 20 games. Stone7 hit safely in 25 straight.
- George Kell8 went 6 for 6 in a game, including the game-winning homer in the 10th.
- Cullenbine4 and Ibanez3 each had 3-HR games.
- Wilson99 had a 6 SB game.
None. There were 2 one-hitters.