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Since: 4.5.03
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#1 Posted on
Mainly a recent team- the St. Louis Browns weren't that good.

C- Rick Dempsey
1B- Eddie Murray over George Sisler
2B- Rich Bauer
SS- Cal Ripken, Jr.
3B- Brooks Robinson
LF- Ken Williams
CF- Paul Blair
RF- Frank Robinson
DH- Ken Singleton over Harold Baines

SP- Jim Palmer
SP- Dave McNally
SP- Mike Mussina
SP- Mike Cuellar (barely over Mike Flanagan and Scott McGregor)

RP- Gregg Olson

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Since: 11.2.03
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Perhaps I'm being dense, but I don't remember Rich Bauer and the only "Rich Bauer" I can find who played for the Orioles via Google was a pitcher. Who do you mean? I was thinking Bobby Grich for that spot anyway.

Also, move Murray to DH and have Sisler at 1B. Singleton was a nice player, but Sisler was a terrific hitter.
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He means Rich Dauer...

i would probably also take Tippy Martinez over Gregg Olson.



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Since: 11.2.03
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Oh, OK, Rich Dauer, I should have thought of that. Still, I'd take Grich. He didn't play for the O's as long (some of his best years were on the Angels) but he was a better all-around player.
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No Brady Anderson? Just kidding.

I'd vote for Harold Baines, simply because he'd turn into Babe Ruth every time he played the Blue Jays. He owned the Jays for literally ten years.



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Since: 11.12.01
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Dave Johnson was every bit as good a second baseman as Grich.


And your relief staff would have Dick Hall, Eddie Watt, Pete Richert and Moe Drabowsky all over any Olson.




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Since: 2.1.02
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.87
You can take Rich Dauer who did next to nothing aside from play alot of years... Or you can take Roberto Alomar who tore it up for the 3 seasons he was in Baltimore...

I'd take Robbie.

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