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DMB's Holiday Sale 2019

Buy 1 past season, Get a 2nd past season for half-price!

Sale starts November 28th, 2019 and ends December 31st, 2019

Buy any past season or greatest teams/players database at regular price and receive a second past season or greatest teams/players database of equal or lesser value for half-price.  Offer applies to the purchase of all regularly priced past season and greatest teams/players databases including all Classic Past seasons, Deluxe Past seasons, All-time Greatest Teams collections, All-time Greatest Players collectionsAll-Star Teams collections and Past Projection seasons.

The discount will be applied automatically for the duration of the sale (Thurs, Nov. 28 to Tues, Dec. 31). For the discount to be applied correctly, you need to add all eligible* items to your shopping cart before moving to the checkout and payment screen. This includes the items that you need to buy to qualify for the discount as well as the items that will be discounted. If eligible items with different prices are selected, then the lowest priced items will be discounted.

The discount will also work for any multiple of two databases included in the same order. For example, ordering four databases will get two at half price, ordering six databases will get three at half price and so on. In all cases, it will be the lowest priced items that are discounted within the order.

This offer cannot be combined with any other discounts or coupon codes.

Visit the Diamond Mind website between Thursday, November 28th and Tuesday, December 31st to place your order. 

Sale runs from 12:01 am EST, November 28, 2019 until 11:59 pm EST, December 31, 2019.


* The Diamond Mind Baseball: Version 11 Game software and the 2019 Annual Season Database are excluded from this promotion.

2019 Debut Players

Updated: November 17, 2019

Some of you might be anxious to get started on your pre-draft planning, so we've put together this set of stats for the players who made their major league debuts in 2019. If your league has a rookie draft, these are the players who'll be available, listed alphabetically.

Batters

Name                     UID  Tm    AVG   G  AB   H 2B 3B HR   R RBI HBP  BB   K  SB
----------------------- ----- --- ----- --- --- --- -- -- -- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Austin Allen            31532 SDN  .215  34  65  14  4  0  0   4   3   0   6  21   0
Pete Alonso             31651 NYN  .260 161 597 155 30  2 53 103 120  21  72 183   1
Yordan Alvarez          31755 HOU  .313  87 313  98 26  0 27  58  78   2  52  94   0
Randy Arozarena         31468 SLN  .300  19  20   6  1  0  1   4   2   1   2   4   2
Luis Arraez             31373 MIN  .334  92 326 109 20  1  4  54  28   1  36  29   2
Humberto Arteaga        32474 KCA  .197  41 122  24  4  0  0  11   4   2   8  28   1
Tres Barrera            32479 WAS  .000   2   2   0  0  0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0
Matt Beaty              30844 LAN  .265  99 249  66 19  1  9  36  46   2  17  33   5
Anthony Bemboom         31785 TBA  .400   3   5   2  1  0  0   0   1   0   0   2   0
Anthony Bemboom         31785 ANA  .102  22  49   5  0  0  1   2   3   0   1  19   0
Bo Bichette             31653 TOR  .311  46 196  61 18  0 11  32  21   1  14  50   4
Cavan Biggio            31815 TOR  .234 100 354  83 17  2 16  66  48   2  71 123  14
Braden Bishop           30695 SEA  .107  27  56   6  0  0  0   3   4   0   3  21   0
Skye Bolt               31536 OAK  .100   5  10   1  1  0  0   1   0   0   1   3   0
Bobby Bradley           30255 CLE  .178  15  45   8  5  0  1   4   4   0   4  20   0
Michael Brosseau        32484 TBA  .273  50 132  36  7  0  6  17  16   2   7  39   1
Seth Brown              32485 OAK  .293  26  75  22  8  2  0  11  13   1   7  23   1
Willi Castro            31369 DET  .230  30 100  23  6  1  1  10   8   2   6  34   0
Yu Chang                30902 CLE  .178  28  73  13  2  1  1   8   6   0  11  22   0
Michael Chavis          31396 BOS  .254  95 347  88 10  1 18  46  58   4  31 127   2
Zack Collins            31619 CHA  .186  27  86  16  3  1  3  10  12   1  14  39   0
Ryan Court              32009 SEA  .208  12  24   5  1  0  1   1   5   0   1  11   0
Kevin Cron              30819 ARI  .211  39  71  15  4  0  6  12  16   2   4  28   0
Jaylin Davis            32494 SFN  .167  17  42   7  0  0  1   2   3   2   3  11   1
Johnny Davis            31918 TBA  .250   8   4   1  0  1  0   5   0   0   0   2   0
Yonathan Daza           32062 COL  .206  44  97  20  1  1  0   7   3   0   7  21   1
Travis Demeritte        30889 DET  .225  48 169  38  7  2  3  24  10   1  14  63   3
Isan Diaz               31400 MIA  .173  49 179  31  5  2  5  17  23   2  19  59   0
Nick Dini               32500 KCA  .196  20  56  11  3  0  2  11   6   2   4  18   0
Mauricio Dubon          30312 SFN  .279  28 104  29  5  0  4  12   9   0   5  19   3
Mauricio Dubon          30312 MIL  .000   2   2   0  0  0  0   0   0   0   0   1   0
Tommy Edman             32036 SLN  .304  92 326  99 17  7 11  59  36   7  16  61  15
Thairo Estrada          31359 NYA  .250  35  64  16  3  0  3  12  12   1   3  15   4
Mike Ford               30854 NYA  .259  50 143  37  7  0 12  30  25   3  17  28   0
Jake Fraley             32202 SEA  .150  12  40   6  2  0  0   3   1   1   0  14   0
Ty France               30890 SDN  .234  69 184  43  8  1  7  20  24   7   9  49   0
Josh Fuentes            31925 COL  .218  24  55  12  1  0  3   8   7   0   1  20   1
Robel Garcia            32616 CHN  .208  31  72  15  2  2  5   8  11   0   7  35   0
Kyle Garlick            31590 LAN  .250  30  48  12  4  0  3   8   6   0   5  19   0
Zach Green              32508 SFN  .143   8  14   2  1  0  0   1   1   0   2   6   0
Trent Grisham           31487 MIL  .231  51 156  36  6  2  6  24  24   4  20  48   1
Deivy Grullon           31303 PHI  .111   4   9   1  1  0  0   0   1   0   0   2   0
Vladimir Guerrero       31603 TOR  .272 123 464 126 26  2 15  52  69   2  46  91   0
Kelvin Gutierrez        31330 KCA  .260  20  73  19  2  1  1   4  11   0   5  24   1
Sam Haggerty            32509 NYN  .000  11   4   0  0  0  0   2   0   0   0   3   0
Adam Haseley            32267 PHI  .266  67 222  59 14  0  5  30  26   5  14  60   4
Scott Heineman          32017 TEX  .213  25  75  16  6  0  2   8   7   1   9  20   1
Tyler Heineman          29711 MIA  .273   5  11   3  1  0  1   1   2   0   0   4   0
Sam Hilliard            32015 COL  .273  27  77  21  4  2  7  13  13   1   9  23   2
Keston Hiura            32253 MIL  .303  84 314  95 23  2 19  51  49   8  25 107   9
Nico Hoerner            32626 CHN  .282  20  78  22  1  1  3  13  17   0   3  11   0
Alex Jackson            31408 ATL  .000   4  13   0  0  0  0   0   0   1   1   5   0
Drew Jackson            30738 BAL  .000   3   3   0  0  0  0   0   0   0   1   1   0
Eloy Jimenez            31366 CHA  .267 122 468 125 18  2 31  69  79   4  30 134   0
Connor Joe              32125 SFN  .067   8  15   1  0  0  0   1   0   0   1   5   0
Carter Kieboom          32192 WAS  .128  11  39   5  0  0  2   4   2   0   4  16   0
Andrew Knizner          31720 SLN  .226  18  53  12  2  0  2   7   7   1   4  14   2
Kyle Lewis              31947 SEA  .268  18  71  19  5  0  6  10  13   0   3  29   0
Domingo Leyba           30424 ARI  .280  21  25   7  2  1  0   6   5   0   4   9   0
Shed Long               31346 SEA  .263  42 152  40 12  1  5  21  15   0  16  40   3
Tim Lopes               30886 SEA  .270  41 111  30  7  0  1  11  12   1  15  29   6
Nicky Lopez             31706 KCA  .240 103 379  91 22  2  2  44  30   1  18  51   1
Nate Lowe               31735 TBA  .263  50 152  40  8  0  7  24  19   2  13  50   0
Gavin Lux               31624 LAN  .240  23  75  18  4  1  2  12   9   0   7  24   2
Jason Martin            30784 PIT  .250  20  36   9  2  0  0   5   2   0   4  10   2
Richie Martin           30871 BAL  .208 120 283  59  8  3  6  29  23   6  14  83  10
Jack Mayfield           30772 HOU  .156  26  64  10  5  0  2   8   5   0   1  16   0
Ryan McBroom            30878 KCA  .293  23  75  22  5  0  0   8   6   1   7  25   0
Erick Mejia             30751 KCA  .227   9  22   5  1  0  0   3   4   0   4   7   0
Seth Mejias-Brean       32548 SDN  .233  14  30   7  2  0  2   3   5   0   3   9   0
Danny Mendick           32549 CHA  .308  16  39  12  0  0  2   6   4   0   1  11   0
Oscar Mercado           31988 CLE  .269 115 438 118 25  3 15  70  54   5  28  84  15
Ian Miller              30469 MIN  .176  12  17   3  1  0  0   2   1   0   0   3   0
Dylan Moore             32170 SEA  .206 113 247  51 14  2  9  31  28   9  25  93  11
Sean Murphy             31664 OAK  .245  20  53  13  5  0  4  14   8   1   6  16   0
Josh Naylor             30811 SDN  .249  94 253  63 15  0  8  29  32   0  25  64   1
Sheldon Neuse           31647 OAK  .250  25  56  14  3  0  0   3   7   0   4  19   0
Austin Nola             30485 SEA  .269  79 238  64 12  1 10  37  31   4  23  63   1
Jake Noll               32558 WAS  .167   8  12   2  1  0  0   1   2   0   1   4   0
Dom Nunez               30735 COL  .179  16  39   7  3  0  2   4   4   0   3  17   0
Brian O'Grady           32560 CIN  .190  28  42   8  2  1  2   4   3   2   4  17   0
Harold Ramirez          30521 MIA  .276 119 421 116 20  3 11  54  50   5  18  91   2
Rangel Ravelo           29950 SLN  .205  29  39   8  2  0  2   4   7   0   3  12   0
Luis Rengifo            32297 ANA  .238 108 357  85 18  3  7  44  33   5  40  93   2
Bryan Reynolds          31648 PIT  .314 134 491 154 37  4 16  83  68   6  46 121   3
Austin Riley            31500 ATL  .226  80 274  62 11  1 18  41  49   5  16 108   0
Edwin Rios              30745 LAN  .277  28  47  13  2  1  4  10   8   0   9  21   0
Brendan Rodgers         31481 COL  .224  25  76  17  2  0  0   8   7   1   4  27   0
Jake Rogers             31671 DET  .125  35 112  14  3  0  4  11   8   1  13  51   0
Josh Rojas              32582 ARI  .217  41 138  30  7  0  2  17  16   1  18  41   4
Frank Schwindel         31880 KCA  .067   6  15   1  0  0  0   0   0   0   0   2   0
Nick Senzel             31613 CIN  .256 104 375  96 20  4 12  55  42   3  30 101  14
Will Smith              31631 LAN  .253  54 170  43  9  0 15  30  42   5  18  52   2
Nick Solak              31650 TEX  .293  33 116  34  6  1  5  19  17   4  15  29   2
Eric Stamets            30053 CLE  .049  15  41   2  1  0  0   4   2   0   5  24   0
Bubba Starling          30055 KCA  .215  56 186  40  7  0  4  26  12   1   9  56   2
Garrett Stubbs          30757 HOU  .200  19  35   7  3  0  0   8   2   0   4   7   1
Fernando Tatis          31749 SDN  .317  84 334 106 13  6 22  61  53   5  30 110  16
Tyrone Taylor           30076 MIL  .400  15  10   4  2  0  0   1   1   1   1   1   0
Matt Thaiss             31620 ANA  .211  53 147  31  7  0  8  17  23   0  17  52   0
Lane Thomas             32134 SLN  .316  34  38  12  0  1  4   6  12   2   4   8   1
Abraham Toro            32602 HOU  .218  25  78  17  3  2  2  13   9   1   9  19   1
Cole Tucker             31425 PIT  .211  56 147  31 10  3  2  16  13   1  10  40   0
Josh VanMeter           32604 CIN  .237  95 228  54 13  1  8  33  23   2  29  56   9
LaMonte Wade            31561 MIN  .196  26  56  11  2  1  2  10   5   2  11   9   0
Jared Walsh             30782 ANA  .203  31  79  16  5  1  1   6   5   2   6  35   0
Donnie Walton           31855 SEA  .188   7  16   3  0  0  0   2   2   0   3   5   0
Kean Wong               30817 ANA  .000   1   4   0  0  0  0   1   0   0   0   1   0
Kean Wong               30817 TBA  .214   6  14   3  0  0  0   1   0   0   0   5   0
Mike Yastrzemski        30160 SFN  .272 107 371 101 22  3 21  64  55   4  32 107   2
Seby Zavala             32612 CHA  .083   5  12   1  0  0  0   1   0   0   0   9   0

Pitchers

Name                     UID  Tm    G GS  W  L  S   ERA    Inn   H   R  ER  BB   K HR
----------------------- ----- --- --- -- -- -- -- ------ ----- --- --- --- --- --- --
Bryan Abreu             32299 HOU   7  0  0  0  0   1.04   8.7   4   1   1   3  13  0
Dario Agrazal           31327 PIT  15 14  4  5  0   4.91  73.3  82  43  40  18  41 15
R.J. Alaniz             31058 SEA   4  0  0  0  0  20.25   4.0  11  10   9   3   6  3
R.J. Alaniz             31058 CIN   8  0  1  0  0   5.40  11.7   8   7   7   4   7  0
Jorge Alcala            31467 MIN   2  0  0  0  0   0.00   1.7   1   0   0   1   1  0
Tyler Alexander         31027 DET  13  8  1  4  0   4.86  53.7  68  30  29   7  47  9
Logan Allen             31555 SDN   8  4  2  3  0   6.75  25.3  33  20  19  13  14  4
Logan Allen             31555 CLE   1  0  0  0  0   0.00   2.3   3   0   0   0   3  0
Adbert Alzolay          31310 CHN   4  2  1  1  0   7.30  12.3  13  10  10   9  13  4
Nick Anderson           31299 MIA  45  0  2  4  1   3.92  43.7  40  19  19  16  69  5
Nick Anderson           31299 TBA  23  0  3  0  0   2.11  21.3  12   5   5   2  41  3
Shaun Anderson          31667 SFN  28 16  3  5  2   5.44  96.0 111  61  58  38  70 13
Rogelio Armenteros      31480 HOU   5  2  1  1  1   4.00  18.0  17   9   8   5  18  1
Pedro Avila             32157 SDN   1  1  0  0  0   1.69   5.3   4   1   1   2   5  0
Michel Baez             32304 SDN  24  1  1  1  0   3.03  29.7  25  10  10  14  28  3
David Bednar            31746 SDN  13  0  0  2  0   6.55  11.0  10   8   8   5  14  3
Travis Bergen           32311 SFN  21  0  2  0  0   5.49  19.7  18  12  12   9  18  4
Kyle Bird               31155 TEX  12  0  0  0  1   7.82  12.7  11  11  11  15  10  5
Ronald Bolanos          32617 SDN   5  3  0  2  0   5.95  19.7  17  13  13  12  19  3
James Bourque           32316 WAS   1  0  0  0  0  54.00   0.7   3   4   4   2   0  0
Brandon Brennan         30259 SEA  44  0  3  6  0   4.56  47.3  34  25  24  24  47  6
Brock Burke             32116 TEX   6  6  0  2  0   7.43  26.7  30  22  22  11  14  6
Genesis Cabrera         31382 SLN  13  2  0  2  1   4.87  20.3  23  16  11  11  19  2
Griffin Canning         32117 ANA  18 17  5  6  0   4.58  90.3  80  46  46  30  96 14
Dylan Cease             31395 CHA  14 14  4  7  0   5.79  73.0  78  51  47  35  81 15
Aaron Civale            31669 CLE  10 10  3  4  0   2.34  57.7  44  18  15  16  46  4
Taylor Clarke           30919 ARI  23 15  5  5  1   5.31  84.7  86  55  50  30  68 23
Emmanuel Clase          32619 TEX  21  1  2  3  1   2.31  23.3  20   8   6   6  21  2
Sam Coonrod             30954 SFN  33  0  5  1  0   3.58  27.7  19  11  11  15  20  3
Miguel Del Pozo         31279 ANA  17  0  1  1  0  10.61   9.3  10  11  11   8  11  3
Yennsy Diaz             31479 TOR   1  0  0  0  0  27.00   0.7   1   2   2   4   0  0
Phillip Diehl           32327 COL  10  0  0  0  0   7.36   7.3  10   6   6   2   8  1
Randy Dobnak            32625 MIN   9  5  2  1  1   1.59  28.3  27   9   5   5  23  1
Kyle Dowdy              31570 TEX  13  1  2  1  0   7.25  22.3  26  20  18  18  17  4
Robert Dugger           32331 MIA   7  7  0  4  0   5.77  34.3  33  26  22  17  25  6
Justin Dunn             31623 SEA   4  4  0  0  0   2.70   6.7   2   2   2   9   5  0
Jon Duplantier          31668 ARI  15  3  1  1  1   4.42  36.7  39  18  18  18  34  2
Montana DuRapau         31099 PIT  14  2  0  1  0   9.35  17.3  27  24  18   9  22  4
Ryan Eades              32010 MIN   2  0  0  0  0   0.00   3.7   4   0   0   2   5  0
Ryan Eades              32010 BAL   6  0  0  1  0   3.52   7.7   7   3   3   4   5  2
Chris Ellis             30921 KCA   1  0  0  0  0   0.00   1.0   1   0   0   1   0  0
Luis Escobar            31379 PIT   4  0  0  0  0   7.94   5.7  10   5   5   4   2  1
Tom Eshelman            30955 BAL  10  4  1  2  0   6.50  36.0  47  31  26  11  22 12
Peter Fairbanks         32614 TEX   8  0  0  2  0   9.35   8.7   8  10   9   7  15  4
Peter Fairbanks         32614 TBA  13  0  2  1  2   5.11  12.3  17  10   7   3  13  1
Junior Fernandez        31450 SLN  13  0  0  1  0   5.40  11.7   9   7   7   6  16  2
Enderson Franco         32341 SFN   5  0  0  0  0   3.38   5.3   4   2   2   1   4  1
Zac Gallen              31676 ARI   8  8  2  3  0   2.89  43.7  37  14  14  18  53  5
Zac Gallen              31676 MIA   7  7  1  3  0   2.72  36.3  25  12  11  18  43  3
Bryan Garcia            31809 DET   7  0  0  0  0  12.15   6.7   9   9   9   5   7  1
Edgar Garcia            31448 PHI  37  0  2  0  0   5.77  39.0  38  25  25  26  45 11
Rico Garcia             32344 COL   2  1  0  1  0  10.50   6.0   9   7   7   5   2  3
Reed Garrett            32345 DET  13  0  0  0  0   8.22  15.3  24  15  14  13  10  3
Ian Gibaut              31566 TBA   1  0  0  0  0   9.00   2.0   1   2   2   2   2  0
Ian Gibaut              31566 TEX   9  0  1  1  0   5.11  12.3  11   7   7   8  14  1
Kevin Ginkel            32350 ARI  25  0  3  0  2   1.48  24.3  15   7   4   9  28  2
Tony Gonsolin           32352 LAN  11  6  4  2  1   2.93  40.0  26  15  13  15  37  4
Brusdar Graterol        32162 MIN  10  0  1  1  0   4.66   9.7  10   5   5   2  10  1
Zac Grotz               32620 SEA  14  0  1  0  0   4.15  17.3  14   9   8   8  18  0
Taylor Guilbeau         32621 SEA  17  0  0  0  0   3.65  12.3  10   6   5   3   7  2
JD Hammer               31744 PHI  20  0  1  0  0   3.79  19.0  15   8   8  12  13  2
Ryne Harper             31093 MIN  61  0  4  2  1   3.81  54.3  54  25  23  10  50  7
Geoff Hartlieb          32360 PIT  29  0  0  1  0   9.00  35.0  52  35  35  18  38  8
Hunter Harvey           29703 BAL   7  0  1  0  0   1.42   6.3   3   1   1   4  11  1
Joe Harvey              32362 NYA   9  0  1  0  0   4.50  10.0  11   6   5   7  11  1
Joe Harvey              32362 COL   9  0  0  0  0   5.63   8.0   7   5   5   6   6  2
Taylor Hearn            31546 TEX   1  1  0  1  0 108.00   0.3   3   5   4   4   0  0
Ryan Helsley            31544 SLN  24  0  2  0  0   2.95  36.7  34  13  12  12  32  5
Jimmy Herget            31550 CIN   5  0  0  0  0   4.26   6.3   8   3   3   3   0  2
Darwinzon Hernandez     31375 BOS  29  1  0  1  0   4.45  30.3  27  18  15  26  57  1
Jonathan Hernandez      31321 TEX   9  2  2  1  0   4.32  16.7  14  10   8  13  19  3
Wei-Chieh Huang         32371 TEX   4  0  0  0  0   3.18   5.7   8   5   2   5   2  0
Danny Hultzen           29730 CHN   6  0  0  0  0   0.00   3.3   4   0   0   2   5  0
Cole Irvin              31697 PHI  16  3  2  1  1   5.83  41.7  45  28  27  13  31  7
Eduardo Jimenez         31866 DET   8  0  0  0  0   5.91  10.7  12   7   7   5   8  1
James Karinchak         32377 CLE   5  0  0  0  0   1.69   5.3   3   1   1   1   8  0
Anthony Kay             32193 TOR   3  2  1  0  0   5.79  14.0  15   9   9   5  13  0
Kyle Keller             32380 MIA  10  0  0  0  0   3.38  10.7   5   4   4   8  11  3
Mitch Keller            31409 PIT  11 11  1  5  0   7.13  48.0  72  41  38  16  65  6
Trevor Kelley           32040 BOS  10  0  0  3  0   8.64   8.3   9   8   8   5   6  2
Merrill Kelly           29759 ARI  32 32 13 14  0   4.42 183.3 184  95  90  57 158 29
Yusei Kikuchi           32296 SEA  32 32  6 11  0   5.46 161.7 195 109  98  50 116 36
Michael King            31732 NYA   1  0  0  0  0   0.00   2.0   2   1   0   0   1  0
Branden Kline           29767 BAL  34  0  1  4  0   5.93  41.0  44  28  27  19  34  9
Joel Kuhnel             31727 CIN  11  0  1  0  0   4.66   9.7   8   5   5   5   9  1
Brady Lail              30412 NYA   1  0  0  0  0  10.13   2.7   2   3   3   1   2  1
Travis Lakins           31549 BOS  16  3  0  1  0   3.86  23.3  23  11  10  10  18  1
Peter Lambert           31503 COL  19 19  3  7  0   7.25  89.3 119  74  72  36  57 18
Richard Lovelady        31725 KCA  25  0  0  3  0   7.65  20.0  30  17  17   8  17  2
Elvis Luciano           32394 TOR  25  0  1  0  0   5.35  33.7  36  20  20  24  27  4
Jesus Luzardo           32206 OAK   6  0  0  0  2   1.50  12.0   5   2   2   3  16  1
Nick Margevicius        32613 SDN  17 12  2  6  0   6.79  57.0  73  46  43  19  42 12
Parker Markel           30441 SEA   5  0  0  0  0  15.43   4.7  10   9   8   4   3  3
Parker Markel           30441 PIT  15  0  0  1  0   5.71  17.3  16  12  11  13  21  3
Brett Martin            31412 TEX  51  2  2  3  0   4.76  62.3  72  38  33  18  62  7
Corbin Martin           32280 HOU   5  5  1  1  0   5.59  19.3  23  14  12  12  19  8
James Marvel            31597 PIT   4  4  0  3  0   8.31  17.3  25  16  16   6   9  4
Dustin May              31672 LAN  14  4  2  3  0   3.63  34.7  33  17  14   5  32  2
Chris Mazza             31819 NYN   9  0  1  1  0   5.51  16.3  21  10  10   5  11  0
Reggie McClain          32622 SEA  14  2  1  1  0   6.00  21.0  22  14  14  13  11  2
Brendan McKay           32128 TBA  13 11  2  4  0   5.14  49.0  53  32  28  16  56  8
David McKay             32400 DET  18  0  0  0  0   5.59  19.3  15  12  12   9  29  2
David McKay             32400 SEA   7  0  0  0  0   5.14   7.0   5   5   4   8   5  1
Conner Menez            32404 SFN   8  3  0  1  0   5.29  17.0  13  10  10  12  22  4
Brian Moran             30474 MIA  10  0  1  0  0   4.26   6.3   6   3   3   2  10  1
Adrian Morejon          32242 SDN   5  2  0  0  0  10.13   8.0  15   9   9   3   9  1
Andres Munoz            32411 SDN  22  0  1  1  1   3.91  23.0  16  10  10  11  30  2
Stephen Nogosek         31709 NYN   7  0  0  1  0  10.80   6.7  12   8   8   2   6  2
Chris Paddack           32172 SDN  26 26  9  7  0   3.33 140.7 107  58  52  31 153 23
Joe Palumbo             31354 TEX   7  4  0  3  0   9.18  16.7  21  17  17   8  21  7
Joel Payamps            31911 ARI   2  0  0  0  0   4.50   4.0   4   2   2   3   3  0
Pedro Payano            31993 TEX   6  4  1  2  0   5.73  22.0  26  17  14  15  17  3
Zach Plesac             32615 CLE  21 21  8  6  0   3.81 115.7 102  52  49  40  88 19
Colin Poche             31739 TBA  51  0  5  5  2   4.70  51.7  33  27  27  19  72  9
Sean Poppen             32421 MIN   4  0  0  0  0   7.56   8.3  10   7   7   5   9  1
A.J. Puk                31617 OAK  10  0  2  0  0   3.18  11.3  10   4   4   5  13  1
Cal Quantrill           31618 SDN  23 18  6  8  0   5.16 103.0 106  61  59  28  89 15
Jose Quijada            31376 MIA  34  0  2  3  1   5.76  29.7  27  20  19  26  44 10
Nick Ramirez            29945 DET  46  0  5  4  0   4.07  79.7  76  45  36  35  74 11
Matt Ramsey             31966 ANA   1  0  0  0  0   0.00   1.0   0   0   0   0   1  0
Gerardo Reyes           31440 SDN  27  0  4  0  0   7.62  26.0  24  22  22  11  38  3
Jose Rodriguez          32623 ANA   9  1  0  1  0   2.75  19.7  17   6   6  11  13  5
Tyler Rogers            31030 SFN  17  0  2  0  0   1.02  17.7  12   3   2   3  16  0
Jordan Romano           31389 TOR  17  0  0  2  0   7.63  15.3  17  14  13   9  21  4
Adonis Rosa             32432 NYA   1  0  0  0  0   4.50   2.0   1   1   1   0   2  1
Patrick Sandoval        32438 ANA  10  9  0  4  0   5.03  39.3  35  22  22  19  42  6
Josh Sborz              30969 LAN   7  0  0  1  0   8.00   9.0  10   8   8   4   7  2
John Schreiber          32441 DET  13  0  2  0  0   6.23  13.0  16   9   9   4  19  3
Tayler Scott            32027 SEA   5  2  0  0  0   9.39   7.7  11  10   8   6   7  1
Tayler Scott            32027 BAL   8  0  0  0  0  18.69   8.7  20  18  18   5   7  5
Sam Selman              30019 SFN  10  0  0  0  0   4.35  10.3   6   5   5   6  10  2
Mike Shawaryn           31702 BOS  14  0  0  0  0   9.74  20.3  26  22  22  13  29  5
Chandler Shepherd       31081 BAL   5  3  0  0  0   6.63  19.0  23  15  14   6  17  5
Devin Smeltzer          31705 MIN  11  6  2  2  1   3.86  49.0  50  23  21  12  38  8
Josh Smith              32447 MIA   6  0  0  0  0   8.31   4.3   3   4   4   3   2  0
Josh Smith              32447 CLE   8  0  0  0  0   5.40   8.3   8   5   5   8  12  0
Cy Sneed                30957 HOU   8  0  0  1  0   5.48  21.3  26  13  13   5  23  5
Gregory Soto            31317 DET  33  7  0  5  0   5.77  57.7  74  39  37  33  45  9
Gabe Speier             31882 KCA   9  0  0  0  0   7.36   7.3   5   6   6   6  10  2
Locke St. John          32449 TEX   7  0  0  0  0   5.40   6.7   7   4   4   4   5  0
Cody Stashak            31825 MIN  18  1  0  1  0   3.24  25.0  29   9   9   1  25  3
Josh Staumont           30945 KCA  16  0  0  0  0   3.72  19.3  21  13   8  10  15  4
Jose Suarez             32143 ANA  19 15  2  6  0   7.11  81.0 100  67  64  33  72 23
Cole Sulser             31016 TBA   7  0  0  0  0   0.00   7.3   5   0   0   3   9  0
Erik Swanson            31423 SEA  27  8  1  5  2   5.74  58.0  56  41  37  12  52 17
Dillon Tate             31482 BAL  16  0  0  2  0   6.43  21.0  18  15  15   9  20  3
Josh Taylor             31025 BOS  52  1  2  2  0   3.04  47.3  40  17  16  16  62  5
Trent Thornton          31541 TOR  32 29  6  9  0   4.84 154.3 156  87  83  61 149 24
Lewis Thorpe            30085 MIN  12  2  3  2  0   6.18  27.7  38  19  19  10  31  3
Jesus Tinoco            31290 COL  24  0  0  3  1   4.75  36.0  36  23  19  22  28 12
Jose Urquidy            30997 HOU   9  7  2  1  0   3.95  41.0  38  18  18   7  40  6
Phillips Valdez         32454 TEX  11  0  0  0  0   3.94  16.0  17   7   7   9  18  3
Jacob Waguespack        32461 TOR  16 13  5  5  0   4.38  78.0  75  43  38  29  63 12
Jeremy Walker           32624 ATL   6  0  0  0  0   1.93   9.3   9   2   2   4   6  0
Art Warren              32176 SEA   6  0  1  0  0   0.00   5.3   2   0   0   2   5  0
Jacob Webb              31427 ATL  36  0  4  0  2   1.39  32.3  24  10   5  12  28  4
Logan Webb              32135 SFN   8  8  2  3  0   5.22  39.7  44  25  23  14  37  5
Devin Williams          31336 MIL  13  0  0  0  0   3.95  13.7  18   9   6   6  14  2
Matt Wotherspoon        31024 BAL   2  0  0  0  0  15.43   4.7  10   8   8   2   2  2
Jordan Yamamoto         31430 MIA  15 15  4  5  0   4.46  78.7  54  42  39  36  82 11
Eric Yardley            31062 SDN  10  0  0  1  0   2.31  11.7  12   5   3   3   7  1
Huascar Ynoa            32145 ATL   2  0  0  0  0  18.00   3.0   6   6   6   1   3  1
Alex Young              31502 ARI  17 15  7  5  0   3.56  83.3  72  40  33  27  71 14
T.J. Zeuch              31625 TOR   5  3  1  2  0   4.76  22.7  22  13  12  11  20  2
Kyle Zimmer             30167 KCA  15  0  0  1  0  10.80  18.3  28  22  22  19  18  2

2019 Postseason Teams database is now available!


 

The 2019 Postseason Teams database includes all of the rosters, stats, ratings, manager profiles, park factors and other details that you need to play along with the 2019 MLB Playoffs. This database is provided free of charge for customers that previously bought the 2019 Projection Season database.

For this release, all players have been updated with their actual regular season stats (as of the end of play on Friday, September 27, 2019) and the player ratings have been carried over from the 2019 projections database. In most cases, the 25-man rosters are our best guess since most teams had not announced their playoff rosters at the time of release.

This database includes the 10 teams that qualified for the 2019 MLB postseason: Houston Astros, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Tampa Bay Rays, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals.  Here's your chance to manage all these teams in postseason play to determine the 2019 World Series Champion!


If you have already purchased the 2019 ZiPS Projection Season, you should be receiving an email notifying you that an update is available that includes the link to download the postseason teams file. Remember to check your spam/junk folder, but if you do not receive the update email, contact us at dmb_info@imaginesports.com to request your copy.

The 2019 Postseason Teams set can also be purchased separately for $9.95.

Note: This season database is a companion product for the Diamond Mind Baseball version 11 game. To use this database, you must also have Diamond Mind Baseball version 11. The game software provides you with all of the tools you need to play simulated games, make roster moves, produce dozens of statistical reports, generate league schedules, and more.

1921 Classic Past Season with transaction and lineups available now!

1921:  What a Babe!

by Steve Ehresman

The Yanks had gone “over there” and come home victorious.   Warren G. Harding was sworn in as the 29th President of the United States.  Former President William Howard Taft became Chief Justice of the United States.  Franklin D. Roosevelt was stricken with polio while on vacation.  In football’s “upset of the century,” Centre College defeated Harvard University 6-0, snapping the Crimson’s five-year winning streak.  Popular literature included Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan the Terrible and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s collection of short stories Flappers and Philosophers.  A White Castle hamburger restaurant opened in Wichita, Kansas, forming the nation’s first fast-food chain.  Charlie Chaplin wrote, produced, and directed the full-length silent comedy-drama film The Kid, featuring his Little Tramp character.  The first radio baseball game was broadcast with Harold Arlin calling the Phillies-Pirates game from Forbes Field. 

As Prohibition dried-out America, Al Capone grew his criminal empire in Chicago, and the Twenties began to roar, Babe Ruth enjoyed a season for the ages, leading the Pinstripes to their first American League pennant.  Only the St. Louis Browns and the Washington Senators had never hoisted a championship flag.  The Babe slammed 59 home runs to break his own year-old record of 54 long balls.  In addition, Ruth scored 177 runs, collected 171 RBI, and produced 457 total bases—all of which were new MLB records.  Along the way, Ruth swatted his 137th career home run (eclipsing Roger Connor’s record mark of 136), legged out 16 triples, walked 144 times, stole 17 bases, batted .378, and slugged .846.  Despite the fact that the 1920s are considered a Golden Age in American sports, no one measured up to The Colossus of Clout, known to his teammates simply as “Jedge.”

Ruth’s other-worldly numbers overshadowed superb contributions by his teammate Bob Meusel, who was tied for runner-up in home runs with 24 and third in RBI with 135.  Further, Meusel smashed 40 doubles and--like Ruth--recorded 16 triples and 17 stolen bases.  First-sacker Wally Pipp was a superb hitter in the clutch, driving in 97 runs and swiping 17 bases, while hitting .296.  Amid this explosion of offense, the unheralded Yankee pitching staff performed remarkably.  Leading the way were Carl Mays (49 G, 38 GS, 30 CG, 337 IP, 27-9, 3.04), along with newly-acquired stars Waite Hoyt (44 G, 32 GS, 21 CG, 282 IP, 19-13, 3.10), and Bob Shawkey (38 G, 31 GS, 21 CG, 245 IP, 18-12, 4.08).   

Despite their prowess, the Yankees had difficulty shaking the defending World Champion Cleveland Indians, who finally ran out of gas in September, succumbing by only 4.5 games.  Tris Speaker (52 2B, 14 3B, .362), Larry Gardner (115 RBI, .319), and Stan Coveleski (43 G, 40 GS, 29 CG, 316 IP, 23-13, 3.36) kept Cleveland competitive in their season-long duel with New York.

Although St. Louis finished a distant 3rd, the Browns were putting together a team that was primed to make noise in the near future.   Leading the way at the plate were George Sisler (38 2B, 16 3B, 104 RBI, 35 SB, .371), William “Baby Doll” Jacobson (34 2B, 14 3B, .352), Ken Williams (31 2B, 24 HR, 117 RBI, 20 SB, .347) and Jack Tobin (31 2B, 18 3B, .352).  Sisler (216), Jacobson (211), and Tobin (236) all collected more than 200 hits.  Urban Shocker starred on the mound (47 G, 39 GS, 31 CG, 327 IP, 27-12, 3.55).

Buried deep in the standings was the stellar outfield of the Detroit Tigers, featuring batting champion Harry Heilmann (43 2B, 14 3B, 19 HR, 139 RBI, .394), Bobby Veach (43 2B, 13 3B, 16 HR, 128 RBI, 14 SB, .338), and “The Georgia Peach” Ty Cobb (37 2B, 16 3B, 101 RBI, 22 SB, .389).  As a team, the Tigers batted .316.   Relegated to second-tier teams, Walter “Big Train” Johnson of the Washington Senators (35 G, 32 GS, 25 CG, 264 IP, 143 K, 17-14, 3.51), “Sad Sam” Jones of the Boston Red Sox (40 G, 38 GS, 25 CG, 299 IP, 23-16, 3.22) and earned run leader Urban “Red” Faber of the Chicago White Sox (43 G, 39 GS, 32 CG, 331 IP, 25-15, 2.48) supplied pitching heroics.

As a whole, the American League batted .292 with Red Faber’s 2.48 the only earned run average below 3.00 and Walter Johnson’s 143 K leading all of Major League Baseball.  Whereas the livelier ball was a boon to hitters in the Junior Circuit, pitchers sang a different song.  Perhaps their own version of the blues.  It should be noted, however, that both Urban Shocker and Red Faber were among the 17 legal spit-ball pitchers that Major League Ball allowed to practice their craft in 1921.  Perhaps most amazing of all, All Sothoron (29 G, 22 GS, 11 CG, 178.1 IP, 13-8, 3.89), pitching for the St. Louis Browns and the Boston Red Sox, did not yield a home run for the entire season.                   

Over in the National League, the New York Giants topped the Senior Circuit for the 7th time in John McGraw’s 19-year tenure at the helm.  Whereas the Yankees captured the American League pennant by smashing 134 home runs, the Giants stole the National League pennant by swiping 137 bases. 

Pre-eminent among the thieves, Frankie “The Fordham Flash” Frisch stole 49 bases to lead both Major Leagues.  In addition, Frisch socked 31 doubles, 17 triples, and collected 100 RBI, en route to a .341 batting average.  George “High Pockets” Kelly (42 2B, 23 HR, 123 RBI, .308) and Ross Youngs (24 2B, 16 3B, 102 RBI, 21 SB, .327) supplied additional firepower for the Giants.  Art Nehf (41 G, 34 GS, 18 CG, 261 IP, 20-10, 3.62) led the pitching staff.

Just as the Yankees had difficulty shaking the Indians in the American League, the Giants dueled the dogged Pittsburgh Pirates, overtaking the slumping Steel City crew in September to claim the National League crown by 4 games.  Relying on extra-base power, the Pirates legged-out 104 triples, with Charlie “Jolly Cholly” Grimm (21 2B, 17 3B) and Carson Bigbee (23 2B, 17 3B, 21 SB, .323) leading the way.  In addition, the Pirates, true to their name, stole 134 bases, second only to the 137 recorded by the Giants.  Perennial stolen base threat Max Carey (34 2B, 37 SB, .309) and Walter “Rabbit” Maranville (25 2B, 12 3B, 25 SB, .294) were the ring-leaders for Pittsburgh.  On the mound, Wilbur Cooper (38 G, 38 GS, 29 CG, 327 IP, 22-14, 3.25) gave the Pirates a reliable ace.

The big story for the St. Louis Cardinals was Rogers Hornsby, making an emphatic case that he was baseball’s best right-handed hitter.  Playing primarily second base, Hornsby hit 22 doubles, 18 triples, and 21 home runs, while driving in 126 runs, stealing 13 bases, and batting .397.  Further, “The Rajah” led the National League in runs (131), hits (235), total bases (378), OBP (.458), and slugging (.639). Despite this excellence, Hornsby was not a one-man wrecking crew, as Jack Fournier (27 2B, 16 HR, >20 SB, .343) and Austin McHenry (37 2B, 17 HR, 102 RBI, .350) also inflicted damage on pitching staffs. One of the legal spit-ballers in 1921, “Spittin’ Bill” Doak (32 G, 29 GS, 13 CG, 209 IP, 18-12, 2.58) won the National League ERA title for the Cardinals, while issuing only 37 bases on balls.  

Around the National League, another of legal spit-ballers, Burleigh Grimes of the Brooklyn Dodgers (37 G, 35 GS, 30 CG, 302 IP, 2.84), tied Pittsburgh’s Wilbur Cooper for wins at 22-13 and struck out a league-leading 136 batters.  Joe Oeschger enjoyed a championship season for the mediocre Boston Braves (46 G, 36 GS, 19 CG, 299 IP, 20-14, 3.52), and Eppa Rixey of the Cincinnati Reds (40 G, 36 GS, 21 CG, 301 IP, 19-18, 2.78) yielded only one home, while the Red’s staff registered a record-low 308 strikeouts. 

The 1921 season witnessed a best of nine World Series between Miller Higgins’ New York Yankees and John McGraw’s New York Giants.  The “Subway Series” began with back-to-back shutouts by Carl Mays and Waite Hoyt, giving the Yankees a 2-0 advantage.  Nevertheless, the Yanks dropped two of the next three games, Ruth went to the bench with an injury, and McGraw’s boys won the next three contests to capture the World Series.  Although Ruth managed only one home run for the Series, he was the only Yankee to hit .300.  In contrast, five Giants reached that mark.     

In 1921, Major League Baseball overcame any lingering effects from the 1919 Black Sox Scandal, as Babe Ruth became the biggest drawing card in sports history.  Meanwhile, the White Sox sank to seventh place in the American League with a dismal 62-92 record.  Years before the ivy and left field bleachers, chewing gum magnate William Wrigley bought the Chicago Cubs.  Our National Pastime was moving beyond its origins and entering an era of long balls, celebrities, and change.   Ball players could even wear glasses, as evidence by rookie infielder George “Specs” Torporcer’s taking the field for the St. Louis Cardinals.

Diamond Mind Baseball recreates this memorable season in our nation’s sports annals.  Dead ball stars like Ty Cobb were still schooling opponents on our nation’s diamonds; however, lively ball stars like Babe Ruth were pushing their way to the head of the class.  Fans flocked to sporting contests as never before, and the brand of baseball they witnessed helped to set the stage for our modern game.   

We are still living in The House That Ruth Built.               


The 1921 Classic Past Season database contains everything you need to play games using teams and players from the 1921 season -- a full set of ratings and statistics for every player who appeared in the big leagues that year, plus team rosters, manager profiles, ballpark ratings and league schedules. Statistics include official batting, pitching and fielding totals for all batters and pitchers.

Also included is a complete set of real-life player transactions -- trades, disabled list moves, promotions, demotions, suspensions, and more -- plus the actual starting lineups for every regular season game played.

View the full list of recent new and upgraded DMB seasons

Note: This season database is a companion product for the Diamond Mind Baseball version 11 game. To use this database, you must also have Diamond Mind Baseball version 11. The game software provides you with all of the tools you need to play simulated games, make roster moves, produce dozens of statistical reports, generate league schedules, and more.

1922 Classic Past Season with transaction and lineups available now!

1922: The Browns Fall Short and the Giants Rampage

by Steve Ehresman

In 1922, the St. Louis Browns featured the American League stolen base leader and batting champion George Sisler (134 R, 246 H, 42 2B, 18 3B, 105 RBI, 51 SB, .420) and the American League home run and RBI leader Ken Williams (128 R, 194 H, 34 2B, 39 HR  155 RBI, 37 SB, .332).  In addition to superstars Sisler and Williams, St. Louis fielded two more 100-RBI men:  Marty McManus (189 H, 34 2B, 109 RBI, .312) and Baby Doll Jacobson (22 2B, 16 3B, 102 RBI, .317).      

With this ferocious lineup, the Browns ran away from Ty Cobb (99 R, 211 H, 42 2B, 16 3B, 99 RBI, .401) and the Detroit Tigers, as well as Tris Speaker (48 2B, .378) and the Cleveland Indians.  On their way to a 93-61 (.604) record, the Browns paced the American League in triples (94), stolen bases (135), and batting average (.313).  Featuring a superb pitching staff, anchored by the American League strikeout king Urban Shocker (48 G, 38 GS, 29 CG, 348 IP, 24-17, 149 K, 2.97) and steady Elam Vangilder (43 G, 30 GS, 19 CG, 245 IP, 19-13, 3.42), St. Louis, not coincidentally, led the Junior Circuit in strikeouts (534 K) and earned run average (3.38).

In short, the Browns did everything.  Everything except win the pennant.

While their palatial stadium was being built--- set to open in 1923 with John Philip Sousa conducting “The Star-Spangled Banner” and New York Governor Al Smith throwing out the first pitch--- the defending American League Champion New York Yankees duked it out all summer with the Browns.  Because Bob Meusel (16 HR, 84 RBI, 13 SB, .319) and Babe Ruth (35 HR, 99 RBI, .315) were suspended by Commissioner Landis until May 20, the Yankees did not wrest first place from the Browns until mid-August.  Once in control, New York never relinquished their lead and edged the best team in the history of the St. Louis American League franchise by a single game:  94-60 (.610) to 93-61 (.604).     

Like the Browns, the Yankees relied on good pitching.  With Bullet Joe Bush (39 G, 30 GS, 20 CG, 255 IP, 26-7, 3.32), Bob Shawkey (39 G, 33 GS, 19 CG, 300 IP, 20-12, 2.91), and Waite Hoyt (37 G, 31 GS, 17 CG, 265 IP, 19-12, .343) steadying the staff, New York led the American League in complete games (98) and finished second in earned run average (3.39), providing just enough mound presence to push their team over the top for another pennant.     

 In the National League, the New York Giants, the Yankees’ inhospitable landlord at the Polo Grounds, cruised to victory over the Cincinnati Reds by a 7-game margin.  The defending World Series champions featured a formidable offense, led by George Kelly (96 R, 194 H, 33 2B, 17 HR, 107 RBI, .328), Frankie Frisch (101 R, 13 3B, 31 SB, .327), Ross Youngs (105 R, 185 H, 34 2B, 86 RBI, 17 SB, .331), and Irish Meusel (100 R, 204 H, 28 2B, 17 3B, 16 HR, 132 RBI, 12 SB, .331).   Oh yeah . . .  a mid-season replacement in centerfield, Casey Stengel (250 AB, 10 3B, 48 RBI, .366), also made an impact on the Giants’ pennant run. 

Beyond the Giants’ stellar performances, offensive in the National League was dominated by one man, Rogers Hornsby.  Although his St. Louis Cardinals finished the season tied with the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8 games behind the Giants, Hornsby topped all Senior Circuit hitters in batting average (.401), home runs (42), and RBI (152) to win the National League’s first Triple Crown.  Further, the Texas native led the league in runs (141), hits (250), doubles (46,) and triples (14).  Hornby’s 1922 season is one of the greatest offensive performances of all-time.        

The 1922 season featured not only great hitting, but also great pitching.  Bucking the trend toward more explosive offenses, Eddie Rommel enjoyed a season for the ages (51 G, 33 GS, 22 CG, 294 IP, 27-13, 3.28), all for a Philadelphia Athletics team that won only 65 games.  In the Queen City, Eppa Rixey (40 G, 38 GS, 26 CG, 313 IP, 25-13, 3.54), Pete Donohue (33 G, 30 GS, 18 CG, 242 IP, 18-9, 3.12), and Johnny Couch (43 G, 33 GS, 18 CG, 264 IP, 16-9. 3.89) did their best to keep the Reds in the National League pennant race.  American League earned run average leader Red Faber of the Chicago White Sox (43 G, 38 GS, 31 CG, 353 IP, 21-17, 2.80) and National League earned run average leader Phil Douglas of the New York Giants (2.62) were star performers, although Douglas’s season was limited to 24 games, 21 starts, and 9 complete games in 156 innings because of a mid-season letter in which he suggested that he would gladly accept bribes to throw games. 

Wilbur Cooper (41 G, 36 GS, 27 CG, 295 IP, 23-14, 3.18) of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Dutch Ruether (35 G, 35 GS, 26 CG, 267 IP, 21-12, 3.54) of the Brooklyn Dodgers; Herman Pillette of the Detroit Tigers (40 G, 37 GS, 18 CG, 275 IP, 2.84); and George Uhle (50 G, 40 GS, 23 CG, 287 IP, 22-16, 4.08)) and Stan Coveleski (35 G, 33 GS, 21 CG, 277 IP, 17-14, 3.31) of the Cleveland Indians also enjoyed good seasons on the mound.             

After the Phil Douglas debacle, Art Nehf (37 G, 35 GS, 20 CG, 268 IP, 19-13, 3.29), Rosey Ryan (46 G, 22 GS, 12 CG, 192 IP, 17-12, 3.00), and Jesse Barnes (37 G, 29 CG, 14 CG, 213 IP, 13-8, 3.51) assumed leadership of the New York Giants pitching staff, carried their teammates to the pennant, and won the earned run average crown in the National League with a 3.45 mark. 

American Leaguers who put up outstanding numbers in 1922 were Wally Pipp (96 R, 190 H, 32 2B, 90 RBI, .329) and Wally Schang (12 SB, .319) of the New York Yankees; Jack Tobin (122 R, 207 H, 34 2B, .331) and Harry Severeid (32 2B, .321) of the St. Louis Browns; Lu Blue (131 R, .300), Harry Heilmann (21 HR, 92 RBI, .356) and Bobby Veach (96 R, 202 H, 34 2B, 13 3B, 126 RBI, .327) of the Detroit Tigers; Bill Wambsganss (89 R, 17 SB) and Charlie Jamieson (183 H, 15 SB, .323) of the Cleveland Indians; Eddie Collins (92 R, 194 H, 20 SB, .324) and Harry Hooper (111 R, 183 H, 35 2B, 80 RBI, 16 SB, .304) of the Chicago White Sox; Joe Judge (32 2B, 15 3B, .294) and Sam Rice (37 2B, 13 3B, 20 SB, .295) of the Washington Senators; Bing Miller (21 HR, 90 RBI, .336) and Tilly Walker (111 R, 31 2B, 37 HR, 99 RBI) of the Philadelphia Athletics; and Tioga George Burns (32 2B, .306), Del Pratt (183 H, 44 2B, .301), and Joe Harris (30 2B, .316) of the Bambino-cursed Boston Red Sox.    

National Leaguers who made important contributions to their teams in 1922 were Dave Bancroft (117 R, 209 H, 16 SB, .321) and Frank Snyder (.343) of the New York Giants; Jake Daubert (114 R, 205 H, 22 3B, .338), George Harper (.340), George Burns (104 R, 180 H, 30 SB, .285), and Pat Duncan (94 R, 199 H, 44 2B, 94 RBI, .328) of the Cincinnati Reds; Cotton Tierney (14 3B, 86 RBI, .345), Rabbit Maranville (115 R, 198 H, 15 3B, 24 SB), Max Carey (140 R, 207 H, 28 2B, 12 3B, 70 RBI, 51 SB, .329), and Carson Bigbee (113 R, 215 H, 29 2B, 15 3B, 99 RBI, 24 SB, .350) of the Pittsburgh Pirates; Jack Smith (117 R, 12 3B, 18 SB, .318) and Milt Stock (33 2B, .305) of the St. Louis Cardinals; Ray Grimes (99 R, 180 H, 45 2B, 12 3B, 99 RBI, .354), Charlie Hollocher (90 R, 201 H, 37 2B, 19 SB, .340) and Hack Miller (.352) of the Chicago Cubs; Jimmy Johnston (110 R, 181 H, 18 SB, .319), Hy Myers (196 H, 89 RBI, .317), and Zack Wheat (92 R, 201 H, 29 2B, 12 3B, 16 HR, 112 RBI, .335) of the Brooklyn Dodgers; Curt Walker (102 R, 196 H, 36 2B, 89 RBI, .337),  Cy Williams ( 98 R, 180 H, 30 2B, 26 HR, 92 RBI, .308) and Cliff Lee (29 2B, 27 HR, .322) of the Philadelphia Phillies; and Tony Boeckel (14 SB, .289,) and Ray Powell (82 R, .296) of the woebegone Boston Braves. 

In the World Series, the New York Giants trounced the New York Yankees to capture their second consecutive championship.  Babe Ruth hit like an apple-knocker (.118). while Heine Groh (.474) and Frankie Frisch (.471) ab-so-lute-ly slashed Yankee pitching en route to a 4-0 Giant triumph, as baseball returned to its traditional best-of-seven format in the Fall Classic.     

In 1922, James Joyce’s modernist novel Ulysses was published in Paris; Sinclair Lewis’s satirical novel Babbit was a best seller in America; Albert Einstein explained The Meaning of Relativity to the world; the vampire Nosferatu haunted movie audiences; Rudolph Valentino captured the hearts of female fans in The Young Rajah; Warren G. Harding became the first president to have his voice transmitted by radio; and the Roaring Twenties hit full stride.  Having emerged from the Great War as a superpower, America enjoyed a prosperous, even extravagant, life-style without an inkling of what lay ahead.  The time was right for listening to jazz, dancing with flappers, visiting a speak easy, and cheering mammoth home runs. 

For the moment, these pleasures were enough.  For the moment, they were the cat’s meow.        

In ball parks across America, baseball fans witnessed 1.055 baseballs sail over the outfield walls, primarily because the lively ball had been introduced and the spitball had been banned.  The fame and fortune to be won by hitting home runs influenced more hitters to aim for the fences, as baseball evolved from Cobb’s game of hustle to Ruth’s game of raw power.  In that spirit, Diamond Mind Baseball presents the 1922 Major League Baseball season, a year of robust performances by star players whose names are writ large in the annals of their sport and in the history of a rollicking decade.  


The 1922 Classic Past Season database contains everything you need to play games using teams and players from the 1922 season -- a full set of ratings and statistics for every player who appeared in the big leagues that year, plus team rosters, manager profiles, ballpark ratings and league schedules. Statistics include official batting, pitching and fielding totals for all batters and pitchers.

Also included is a complete set of real-life player transactions -- trades, disabled list moves, promotions, demotions, suspensions, and more -- plus the actual starting lineups for every regular season game played.

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Note: This season database is a companion product for the Diamond Mind Baseball version 11 game. To use this database, you must also have Diamond Mind Baseball version 11. The game software provides you with all of the tools you need to play simulated games, make roster moves, produce dozens of statistical reports, generate league schedules, and more.