Okay guys, last night was embarassing so I hunkered down and came up with these picks for this evening's contests.
1982 Fleer 176 Cal Ripken Jr.
1982 Topps Future Stars 21 Bob Bonner Cal Ripken Jeff Schneider
2008 Topps Jose Contreras /2008
2006 Topps Yadier Molina 369/2006
2006 Topps Alfredo Amezaga 247/2006
2006 Topps Scot Shields 933/2006
2006 Topps Los Angeles Dodgers 641/2006
2006 Topps Woody Williams 543/2006
2006 Topps Robert Andino 1978/2006
2006 Topps Jermaine Dye 282/2006
Updated 03-06-2011 at 07:35 PM by Deluca119
Hello all, welcome to my first ever game-dated thread which is where I make my picks on the evenings sporting events. I am not a professional but I would never let anyone know, lol. Anyways, here are my picks for Mar. 1, 2011. Thanks and good luck with your picks.
By Brendan White aka SteakNchop
After a successful all-time best positions players ever, players that had to be retired, I think I better make a modern one. Baseball has changed quite a bit over the years, so for the all-time list I had to compare the players to other players of their era. With this however, they are all playing during the same period of time so this list should be entirely accurate.
Note: These are not predictions of future performance or how the player would do
Back in 1892, Cal Berkeley started a baseball team. The Cal Bears, they were an excellent college team on and off the field. They won National Championships in 1947 and 1957. Year in and year out, they field a quality team.
Of any college baseball program in the country, Cal provides the most first round picks of any school. Many would consider it the best baseball program there has ever been, with a very good chance of making it to the big leagues from there. Many prospects and stars have