>#22 Rising from the Grave


Dover Souls

The Souls have had two things go wrong for their organization during their time in the league. They seem to have a new owner every year, which has hurt the development of the team and winning season as well. The second is playing the American League East, where the Brave Vawts and Highlanders have controlled the division since season one. It’s been very difficult for the team to make the playoffs sitting in third place every season.

The total percentage of wins for the Souls is .476 (540 victories and 594 losses). The most wins in a single season was 90 during season three. The most losses in a season being 97 during season five.

Skidmark is entering his second season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 79-83 record for a .488 winning percentage. Skidmark biggest problem isn’t the lack of talent on the team; it’s playing in the American League East with its two juggernauts sitting at the top of the division year in and year out.

Future Outlook: Better

Playoff Appearance: One
Division Championship: None
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 9
Awards: 1 Silver Slugger/ 8 Gold Gloves

All Dover Souls Team

Catcher: Scott Rapp (.299Ave, 117HR, 577RBI, 588R, .357OBP)
First Base: Peter Bang (.298Ave, 46HR, 226RBI, 406R, 201SB)
Second Base: Heath Fitzgerald (.300Ave, 93HR, 344RBI, 398R, .493SLG)
Third Base: Alex Lee (.287Ave, 284HR, 732RBI, 636R, .613SLG)
Shortstop: Shawn Durbin (.286Ave, 17HR, 88RBI, 118R, 62SB)
Left Field: Milt Kroeger (.284Ave, 122HR, 370RBI, 349R, .487SLG)
Center Field: Jim McEnroe (.280Ave, 27HR, 161RBI, 189R, .338OBP)
Right Field: Tim Kelly (.260Ave, 21HR, 67RBI, 77R, .508SLG)
Designated Hitter: Brad Villone (.289Ave, 61HR, 189RBI, 170R, .528SLG)
Starting Pitcher: Walt Davenport (5.00ERA, 74-75 Record, 1316.7IP, 995SO, 1.48WHIP)
Reliever: William Hanson (3.26ERA, 106-120 Save Chances, 181G, 138SO, 1.30WHIP)

Career Records

At Bats: Scott Rapp – 4401
Games Played: Scott Rapp – 1032
Runs: Alex Lee – 636
Hits: Scott Rapp – 1207
Doubles: Scott Rapp – 192
Triples: Peter Bang – 27
Homeruns: Alex Lee – 284
Runs Batted In: Alex Lee – 732
Walks: Scott Rapp – 349
Stolen Bases: Peter Bang – 201
Batting Average: Scott Rapp – .299
On-Base Percentage: Alex Lee – .359
Slugging Percentage: Alex Lee – .613

Games: Charley Walker – 242
Games Started: Walt Davenport – 218
Complete Games: William Adcock – 14
Shutouts: William Adcock – 8
Wins: Walt Davenport – 74
Losses: Walt Davenport – 75
Saves: William Hanson – 106
Innings Pitched: Walt Davenport – 1316.7
Strikeouts: Walt Davenport – 995
WHIP: William Adcock – 1.43
Earned Run Average: William Adcock – 4.03

Single Season Records

At Bats: Scott Rapp – 670 (season 2)
Runs: Alex Lee – 131 (season 4)
Hits: Victor Santiago – 203 (season 3)
Doubles: Heath Fitzgerald – 41 (season 4)
Triples: Heath Fitzgerald – 12 (season 4)/ Peter Bang – 12 (season 4)
Homeruns: Alex Lee – 63 (season 5)
Runs Batted In: Alex Lee – 156 (season 2)
Walks: Gail Reid – 99 (season 1)
Stolen Bases: Peter Bang – 73 (season 3)
Batting Average: Heath Fitzgerald – .312 (season 7)
On-Base Percentage: Peter Bang – .394 (season 3)
Slugging Percentage: Alex Lee – .651 (season 5)

Games: Charley Walker – 92 (season 5)
Games Started: Four tied at 33
Complete Games: William Adcock – 5 (season 1)
Shutouts: William Adcock – 4 (season 1)
Wins: William Adcock – 19 (season 1)
Losses: Tike Latham – 18 (season 2)
Saves: William Hanson – 44 (season 3)
Innings Pitched: William Adcock – 225.1 (season 1)
Strikeouts: William Adcock – 161 (season 1)
WHIP: Del Suh – 1.31 (season 5)

Earned Run Average: William Adcock – 3.51 (season 1)

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