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Tampa Bay SSC OverTheHillGang

The SSC OverTheHillGang has really fallen on hard times the last three seasons, especially after four years of not posting a losing season. Season four was a highlight for the team when they didn’t just become a wildcard team but they also made it to the National League Championship game. The fans in Tampa really only have one thought about the team – when will the team repeat the success they had during their first four seasons in the league?

The total percentage of wins for the SSC OverTheHillGang is .462 (524 victories and 610 losses). The most wins in a single season were 91 during season four (their only year to make the playoffs). The most losses in a season were 106 during season seven.

Gatorbum is entering his seventh season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 467-505 record for a .480 winning percentage. Gatorbum was fired from the team after season 5 but was quickly rehired in season seven after the team posted their first one hundred loss season. Gatorbum has his work cut out for him in rebuilding this once proud franchise.

Future Outlook: Neutral

Playoff Appearance: 1
Division Championship: None
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 7
Awards: 1 MVP/ 3 Silver Sluggers/ 4 Gold Gloves

All Tampa Bay SSC OverTheHillGang Team

Catcher: Edwin Randall (.280Ave, 75HR, 330RBI, 308R, .428SLG)
First Base: Darby Thomas (.288Ave, 254HR, 791RBI, 603R, .561SLG)
Second Base: Roberto Gonzalez (.273Ave, 148HR, 464RBI, 401R, .481SLG)
Third Base: Rico Rosado (.286Ave, 95HR, 345RBI, 274R, .506SLG)
Shortstop: Bryan Poole (.248Ave, 33HR, 256RBI, 274R, 13SB)
Left Field: Tony Roberts (.266Ave, 13HR, 139RBI, 310R, 83SB)
Center Field: Lyle Dunham (.300Ave, 4HR, 40RBI, 155R, 101SB)
Right Field: Andy Diaz (.292Ave, 143HR, 475RBI, 529R, .501SLG)
Starting Pitcher: Wilt McGee (3.98ERA, 78-48 Record, 1134IP, 868SO, 1.31WHIP)
Reliever: Albert Jose (3.93ERA, 6-6 Save Chances, 578SO, 1.27WHIP)

Career Records
Hitting:
At Bats: Darby Thomas – 3627
Games Played: Darby Thomas – 1047
Runs: Frank Jacobsen – 642
Hits: Darby Thomas – 1046
Doubles: Frank Jacobsen – 181
Triples: Frank Jacobsen – 41
Homeruns: Darby Thomas – 254
Runs Batted In: Darby Thomas – 791
Walks: Darby Thomas – 386
Stolen Bases: Frank Jacobsen – 156
Batting Average: Frank Jacobsen – .322
On-Base Percentage: Frank Jacobsen – .396
Slugging Percentage: Frank Jacobsen – .581

Pitching:
Games: Tom Moss – 389
Games Started: Wilt McGee – 171
Complete Games: Wilt McGee – 7/ Jason Burns – 7
Shutouts: Jason Burns – 2
Wins: Wilt McGee – 78
Losses: Wilt McGee – 48
Saves: Tom Moss – 108
Innings Pitched: Wilt McGee – 1134.0
Strikeouts: Wilt McGee – 868
WHIP: Wilt McGee – 1.31
Earned Run Average: Jason Burns – 3.92

Single Season Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Tony Roberts – 686 (season 1)
Runs: Frank Jacobsen – 133 (season 3)
Hits: Tony Roberts – 213 (season 1)
Doubles: Andy Diaz 44 (season 6)
Triples: Frank Jacobsen – 12 (season 2)
Homeruns: Frank Jacobsen – 45 (season 3)
Runs Batted In: Frank Jacobsen – 133 (season 3)
Walks: Edwin Randall – 90 (season 5)
Stolen Bases: Lyle Dunham – 85 (season 6)
Batting Average: Frank Jacobsen – .369 (season 2)
On-Base Percentage: Frank Jacobsen – .445 (season 2)
Slugging Percentage: Frank Jacobsen – .684 (season 3)

Pitching:
Games: Tom Moss – 88 (season 3)
Games Started: Wilt McGee – 34 (season 3)
Complete Games: Jason Burns – 5 (season 2)
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Tony Hernandez – 17 (season 3)
Losses: Harry Martinez – 17 (season 6)
Saves: Jermaine Curtis – 38 (season 1)
Innings Pitched: Wilt McGee – 233 (season 3)
Strikeouts: Wilt McGee – 185 (season 3)
WHIP: Albert Jose – 1.13 (season 3)
Earned Run Average: Jason Burns – 3.15 (season 2)

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