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Washington D.C Obamas

It’s been either all or nothing for the Obamas during their tenure in the league. The team has had only two winning seasons, but both of them have ended in the National League East crown. They even made it to the National League Championship during season three. It’s been really tough times as of late, they have only won 237 games during the last four seasons for a .421 winning percentage and have had the worst season in the league during season five, only going 40-122.

The total percentage of wins for the Obamas is .433 (491 victories and 643 losses). The most wins in a single season were 93 during season one. The most losses in a season were 122 during season five.

Majresorter is entering his second season as the general manger of the franchise and is compiling a 68-94 record for a .420 winning percentage. Majrestorter has got a challenge on his hand since they don’t have great major league talent especially in their starting pitcher. The good news for the fans is that with young prospects flying through the system in a couple of seasons they could see majrestorter lead the Obamas to a playoff spot.

Future Outlook: Improving Slightly

Playoff Appearance: Two
Division Championship: Two
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 5
Awards: 1 Silver Slugger/ 3 Gold Gloves

All Washington D.C. Obama’s Team

Catcher: Phil Takada (.308Ave, 215HR, 701RBI, 602R, .541SLG)
First Base: Pepe Franco (.310Ave, 86HR, 228RBI, 206R, .580SLG)
Second Base: Rollie McMillon (.286Ave, 33HR, 284RBI, 422R, .384OBP)
Third Base: Benito Bennett (.261Ave, 2HR, 34RBI, 26R, .337OBP)
Shortstop: Chad Jones 2 (.279Ave, 119HR, 428RBI, 329R, .471SLG)
Left Field: Chad Jones 1 (.279Ave, 189HR, 619RBI, 532R, .489SLG)
Center Field: Jason Harvey (.270Ave, 20HR, 164RBI, 305R, 124SB)
Right Field: Ryan Relaford (.287Ave, 27HR, 111RBI, 158R, .386OBP)
Starting Pitcher: Tommy Jenkins (4.31ERA, 47-49 Record, 803.3IP, 668SO, 1.32WHIP)
Reliever: Magglio Salinas (3.59ERA, 122-141 Save Chances, 229G, 250SO, 1.10WHIP)

Career Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Phil Takada – 3803
Games Played: Phil Takada – 992
Runs: Phil Takada – 602
Hits: Phil Takada – 1170
Doubles: Phil Takada – 215
Triples: Jason Harvey – 14
Homeruns: Phil Takada – 215
Runs Batted In: Phil Takada – 701
Walks: Phil Takada – 360
Stolen Bases: Rollie McMillon – 74
Batting Average: Phil Takada – .308
On-Base Percentage: Rollie McMillon – .384
Slugging Percentage: Phil Takada – .541

Pitching:
Games: Mickey Collins – 467
Games Started: Tommy Jenkins – 130
Complete Games: Sidney Musial – 6
Shutouts: Sidney Musial – 5
Wins: Tommy Jenkins – 47
Losses: Tommy Jenkins – 49
Saves: Magglio Salinas – 122
Innings Pitched: Sidney Musial – 812.7
Strikeouts: Sidney Musial – 674
WHIP: None Qualified
Earned Run Average: None Qualified

Single Season Records
Hitting:

At-Bats: Andrew Hampton – 697 (season 6)
Runs: Andrew Hampton – 131 (season 6)
Hits: Phil Takada – 197 (season 4)
Doubles: Phil Takada – 40 (season 4)
Triples: Jason Harvey – 5 (season 1)
Homeruns: Pepe Franco – 50 (season 1)
Runs Batted In: Pepe Franco – 131 (season 1)
Walks: Rollie McMillon – 82 (season 3)
Stolen Bases: Lyle Dunham – 74 (season 7)
Batting Average: Pepe Franco – .325 (season 1)
On-Base Percentage: Rollie McMillon – .411 (season 6)
Slugging Percentage: Pepe Franco – .626 (season 1)

Pitching:
Games: Mickey Collins – 82 (season 1)/ Mel Reed – 82 (season 3)
Games Started: Four tied at 33
Complete Games: Sidney Musial – 3 (season 1,3)/ Tommy Jenkins – 3 (season 1)
Shutouts: Sidney Musial – 3 (season 3)
Wins: Tommy Jenkins – 16 (season 1)/ Sidney Musial – 16 (season 3)
Losses: three tied at 16
Saves: Mickey Collins – 50 (season 6)
Innings Pitched: Sidney Musial – 233.7 (season 3)
Strikeouts: Sidney Musial – 201 (season 3)
Earned Run Average: Jim Buckley – 3.21 (season 1)
WHIP: Jim Buckley – 1.04 (season 1))

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