>#5 American League Butcher


Anaheim Beefpound

The Beefpound was the team of the West during there first five years, winning the American League for five straight seasons, going to the American League Championship game three times and even making it to the World Series once. The team has lost some of its confidence after losing the division crown with a huge leading after the All-Star break. This team will be fine once they get there swagger back and start winning against the American League elite teams.

The total percentage of wins for the Beefpound is .576 (653 victories and 481 losses). The most wins in a single season were 111 during season four. The most losses in a season were 81 during season six.

Beefpac is entering his eighth season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 653-481 record for a .576 winning percentage. Beefpac has really done a great job and is considered one of the best managers in the game. He has the fourth most victories of any manager and the second most playoff victories with 34. Beefpac has seen is team slip the last couple of years but the retooling of the team has started, so I think it’s only a matter of time before the Beefpound is at the top of the standings once again.

Future Outlook: Playoff Team

Playoff Appearance: Five
Division Championship: Five
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 11
Awards: 1 MVP Award/ 1 Fireman of the Year/ 2 Silver Sluggers/ 1 Gold Glove

All Anaheim Beefpound Team

Catcher: Zip Wirth (.288Ave, 159HR, 491RBI, 408R, .521SLG)
First Base: Nomar Ramirez (.277Ave, 90HR, 256RBI, 186R, .546SLG)
Second Base: Karim Lee (.287Ave, 141HR, 520RBI, 549R, .468SLG)
Third Base: Juan Amaro (.283Ave, 66HR, 317RBI, 303R, .355OBP)
Shortstop: Junior Lui (.293Ave, 162HR, 618RBI, 763R, 305SB)
Left Field: Keith Winston (.291Ave, 40HR, 227RBI, 290R, 124SB)
Center Field: Bum Clarkson (.288Ave, 12HR, 357RBI, 482R, 252SB)
Right Field: David Taylor (.284Ave, 37HR, 168RBI, 160R, .446SLG)
Designated Hitter: Vin Cordero (.297Ave, 219HR, 673RBI, 699R, 326SB)
Starting Pitcher: Paulie Yarnall (4.23ERA, 87-60 Record, 1243.7IP, 926SO, 1.34WHIP)
Reliever: Hank Epstein (2.80ERA, 138-157 Save Chances, 324G, 294SO, 1.07WHIP)

Career Records

At Bats: Junior Lui – 3879
Games Played: Karim Lee – 955
Runs: Junior Lui – 763
Hits: Junior Lui – 1136
Doubles: Junior Lui – 250
Triples: Junior Lui – 44
Homeruns: Vin Cordero – 219
Runs Batted In: Vin Cordero – 673
Walks: Junior Lui – 474
Stolen Bases: Vin Cordero – 326
Batting Average: Vin Cordero – .297
On-Base Percentage: Junior Lui – .373
Slugging Percentage: Vin Cordero – .576

Games: Delanor Romero – 353
Games Started: Paulie Yarnall – 228
Complete Games: Delino Maduro – 3
Shutouts: Three tied at 3
Wins: Paulie Yarnall – 87
Losses: Daisuke Lui – 62
Saves: Hank Epstein – 138
Innings Pitched: Paulie Yarnall – 1243.7
Strikeouts: Paulie Yarnall – 926
WHIP: Paulie Yarnall – 1.34/ Miguel Martinez – 1.34
Earned Run Average: Miguel Martinez – 4.23/ Paulie Yarnall – 4.23

Single Season Records

At Bats: Nomar Ramirez – 656 (season 1)
Runs: Bud Jackson – 136 (season 4)
Hits: Nomar Ramirez – 197 (season 1)
Doubles: Junior Lui – 56 (season 4)
Triples: Vin Cordero – 10 (season 4)
Homeruns: Nomar Ramirez – 52 (season 1)
Runs Batted In: Francisco Manto – 167 (season 4)
Walks: Junior Lui – 92 (season 4)
Stolen Bases: Vin Cordero – 71 (season 3)
Batting Average: Juan Amaro – .326 (season 5)
On-Base Percentage: Junior Lui – .421 (season 4)
Slugging Percentage: Francisco Manto – .605 (season 4)

Games: Charlie Hill – 107 (season 2)
Games Started: Daisuke Lui – 35 (season 1)
Complete Games: Delino Maduro – 3 (season 3)
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Paulie Yarnall – 16 (season 3)/ Miguel Martinez – 16 (season 4)
Losses: Herbert Brandt – 14 (season 6)
Saves: Hank Epstein – 46 (season 2)
Innings Pitched: Daisuke Lui – 211.7 (season 1)
Strikeouts: Miguel Martinez – 163 (season 6)
WHIP: Miguel Martinez – 1.23 (season 4)
Earned Run Average: Miguel Martinez – 3.48 (season 4)


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