Round 4 S07

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The Hitters

With elimination staring them in the face, nineteenth-century hitting specialsit Bill Everitt has the top seed in a season that reaches all the way to the 21st. Old-timers Ginger Beaumont and Ed Morgan mix it up with Vic Wertz, Cecil Cooper, Toby Harrah, Ken Griffey, and Andruw Jones. As always, a top 4 finish is the only guarantee to move on to Round 5.

Bill Everitt
Round One S37
Round Two
Round 3 S09
W – L
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Ginger Beaumont
Round One S60
Round Two
Round 3 S42
W – L
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Ed Morgan
Round One S47
Round Two S04
Round 3 S61
W – L
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Vic Wertz
Round One S69
Round Two S14
Round 3 S22
W – L
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Cecil Cooper
Round One S75
Round Two S01
Round 3 S36
W – L
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Ken Griffey Jr
Round One S33
Round Two S17
Round 3 S31
W – L
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Toby Harrah
Round One S18
Round Two S25
Round 3 S55
W – L
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Andruw Jones
Round One S34
Round Two S14
Round 3 S10
W – L
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The Results

Ginger Beaumont finished strong but it wasn’t enough to catch Vic Wertz. He had to settle for a second-place tie with Cecil Cooper, 5 games back. “The Kid,” Ken Griffey Jr, took the final slot for Round 5, while “The CuraƧao Kid,” Andruw Jones, despite leading all teams in homers, will be heading home along with Morgan, Harrah, and top-seed, Bill Everitt.

Season Highlights

  • While Ginger Beaumont led all teams in average, Beaumont99 topped all individuals with a .324 mark.
  • Andruw Jones8 and Jones3 tied for the home run title with 36.
  • Beaumont7 ended the season on a 17-game hitting streak.
  • Andruw Jones shut out Ginger Beaumont, 15-0.
  • Andrew Jones5 had a 3-HR game.
  • No-Hitters
    None. There were 6 one-hitters.

Tim Bruno

Tim has been a baseball fan for most of his life and has played a great deal of baseball and softball over the years. Although his playing days are long behind him, he remembers back when he was an extremely fast catcher with an extremely bad arm. He has been playing Strat-o-Matic baseball since he was 14. Tim is currently living in southwest France and writes A LOT about coffee at He has also written Procaffeination: A Coffee Lover's Dictionary, which will be available soon. You can find out more about Tim's writing at and if you want to contact him about the tournament, drop him an email at

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