Draft Day Thoughts Under the Fedora Cam Can? AOC present, Durham surprise, Babylon Bee nails me and another one on the list

Will have no time for news today as from 10 AM till about midnight I’ll be running the draft in my Pursue the Pennant 1969 draft league so here are some random thoughts on random things:

Sports: Was it just a month ago that there were a ton of people arguing that Cam Newton should be the starting QB for the Patriots? It has now been three weeks and two games into the season and not a single team decided that he was good enough to sign. That speaks volumes.


It’s been suggested that AOC’s vote of “present” on funding Israel’s defensive Iron Dome is a sign that she is running for the Senate in NY vs Chuck Schumer. I think it’s actually more likely that Nancy Pelosi wanted as few votes against from Democrats as possible since there is no way that AOC is going to convince any voter who favors Israel that she is in their corner, particularly over Chuckie Schumer.


I was very surprised that John Durham actually produced an indictment in his investigation. I presumed it would just be a report. The real question to me is will there be any more such indictments?


Yesterday because of the draft I had my laptop with me at work for my lunch break and I made the mistake of reading this from the Babylon Bee while I was drinking:

That the Biden administration is allowing yet another false narrative to take root would surprise me if their entire power was not based on false narratives.


Finally I found myself playing with another Atheist on twitter yesterday who assumes all people who believe in God are simple minded. The only thing more laughable than the weakness of his arguments is his casual dismissal of some of the finest minds in history or any mind from the past might actually have insight that he does not.

I’ve added him to my prayer list with the memory that at one time C. S. Lewis was an unbeliever as well. After all he has his whole life to figure it out and who’ll pray for him if I don’t?

1969 League Draft 1 PM EST Friday Rules

We have already started the draft (details here and here) but at 1 PM EST on Friday things start officially under the following terms:

  1. If it’s your turn to draft you are expected to make your pick within 15 minutes of the time you are notified.
  2. If you are aware that you will not be available you can submit a list to the commissioner for him to pick from:
    • Example In round 2 the Expos know they have to be somewhere between 5-7 PM They can submit a list to the comish to pick from and if the Expos turn to draft come up at that time the comish will choose the 1st name on the list that has not already been picked.
  3. If for some reason you know you can’t be available at a specific time you can defer your pick later in a round.
    • Example: The Pirates 2nd round pick is coming up and they realize they can’t be there when their time comes up and have not submitted a list. They can voluntarily defer their pick either to after a specific team or just to a later time. they will then make their pick when available that round (if not available see below)
  4. If a player has not submitted a list, or deferred their pick and they fail to make their pick they will drop a draft position so the draft can carry on.
    1. Example: In round 4 Oakland’s pick comes up, they have not submitted a list after 15 min the Met may make their 4th round pick and Oakland will pick after them. If after the Mets pick they do not submit a pick or a list after 15 min they will drop to the end of the round after the Yankees.
  5. If at the bottom of the round we still have neither a pick nor a list then one of two things will happen:
    1. If a proxy drafter is available he will make a pick for you based on who is available and what you’ve already picked
    2. If a proxy is not available you will automatically choose the best undrafted player from the franchise you have chosen at a position that you have not yet filled:
      • Example: In round four Oakland’s pick comes up and he has not submitted a list and 15 minutes passes and no proxy is available. He will pick the best available Oakland A’s still in the draft at a position he has not filled:
        • Example: If the two best A’s available by round four are Sal Bando (3B) and Rick Monday (CF) the A’s in this situation will pick Bando unless they’ve already picked a third baseman (say Brooks Robinson). If that is the case then Monday will be the pick and the draft will continue.
  6. One or more proxies may be available in the draft room. The job of the proxy is to make a pick for an unavailable player. If a player has an assigned proxy that he’s arranged to pick for him then he may make a pick for him at any time said player is not available, if he has not then a general proxy will make a pick as needed.
  7. 50 pick rule IMPORTANT Our goal is a minimum of 50 picks & or 3 complete rounds whichever is higher. Once the 50th pick of any given day or the 3rd complete round is complete then the 15 minute rule is suspended and people can pick at their leisure. This is intended to give people time to re-evaluate their teams needs and the players remaining. Of course I’d encourage anyone ready to pick to go ahead and pick. Every early pick shaves time off the draft.
  8. As soon as the final draft pick is made the rest of the undrafted players will be put back into the “available” list and will be subject to waver picks after week six, (see here)
  9. Finally remember THIS IS A GAME the goal is fun so let’s do our best to move in that direction above all.

People around the world are beginning to rise up against Coronavirus restrictions and vaccine mandates

For the past eighteen months I have been continuously amazed and sickened at how meekly people around the world have accepted the trampling of their most fundamental rights and freedoms, all in the name of fighting the Coronavirus  I have been especially disappointed and saddened at the unquestioning acceptance of outright tyranny here in the United States.  For the past year an a half I have been waiting in vain for people to rise up and say in a very loud voice enough is enough.  Until that happens I know that these restrictions and mandates will continue

Finally, just in the past week or two, people around the world are beginning to rise up and say enough.  Australia appears to be the epicenter of this world wide resistance. That does not surprise me because no nation has traveled further along the road to absolute tyranny than the land down under,  This article chronicles what is going on in the land of koala bears and kangaroos. 

An inflection point has been reached in Australia with the government COVID-19 lockdowns, forced vaccinations and now, vaccine passports. What is happening today in the state of Victoria, specifically the Melbourne metropolitan area, is an outcome of more than a year of heavy-handed government rules and regulations deaf to the voices of the average man, woman or family. There is a middle class & blue-collar backlash taking place, and Americans would be wise to pay attention.

Things recently came to a head when the Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, began outlining the rules and regulations for opening society back up after almost a year of total lockdown. The always futile attempt to block the COVID-19 virus through a policy known as “COVID-ZERO” was abandoned. The new approach is to open up society and the economy by forcing everyone to take the vaccine, and then allowing only the vaccinated to participate in the economy as varying percentages of the population are double-vaxxed, and admittedly, later, booster-vaxxed.

Over the course of two days protests began, spread, and escalated into riots because the people are completely fed up with the dystopian  nightmare they have been living.

On Monday 9/20 [AU time] a large group of members of the biggest trade union in Australia, the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU), went to CFMEU headquarters to confront their leadership, CFMEU Secretary John Setka.

Their demand was essentially simple – to have their voices heard and use the power of the trade union to stop the Victorian government overreach. The union members wanted their leadership to block the new vaccine mandate and stop the creation of a two-tiered society as outlined by Premier Dan Andrews.

On Tuesday 9/21 [AU time], the trade union members took to the streets in even larger numbers, now joined by blue-collar workers of all stripes who identify with the cause. Even workers who did not previously like the union members or their prior political tactics are joined in common cause over the issue of COVID-19.

The protesting ranks swelled. Tens-of-thousands of non-union workers joined with the trade union protesters in solidarity. Notice this is an interesting repeat of history when you consider Poland in the 1980s and the working class alignment to push back against the totalitarian regime of the former Soviet Union.

France has also become a hotbed of protests and riots because of the draconian nature of the restrictions and mandates instituted by President Macron.  As in Australia, vaccine passports are proving to be the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back.   Check out this Breitbart article.

The streets of France were flooded for the ninth straight week with protesters against President Emmanuel Macron’s vaccine passport scheme, with an estimated 121,000 demonstrators marching throughout the country, including about 19,000 in Paris.

In the French capital, there were four demonstrations against the pass sanitaire (vaccine passport) on Saturday, with demonstrators chanting “Macron, your pass, we do not want it,” “Macron, resign,” and “no to dictatorship”.

Even in New York City protest have begun over vaccine mandates.

The people of Holland are just as pissed off about the mandates and restrictions as everyone else.  They are taking to the streets in protest, however, they are doing it in a truly Dutch manner.  This headline from Louder with Crowder 150K DUTCH PEOPLE PROTEST RESTRICTIONS WITH RAVE, FUNKY DANCE MOVES. MEDIA…? says it all.

O’Toole pulls a Romney Loses in Canada

The Canadian snap election that PM Trudeau called for took place yesterday and the result was a mixed bag.

Basically Trudeau’s liberal stayed where they were with the most seats but not the majority that he was hoping for. Meanwhile conservatives who thought a bit ago that they might end up winning stayed right where they were.

“Hubris led Trudeau to call the election. He and the Liberals won the election but lost the prize they were seeking. This is only a great night for the Liberals because two weeks ago it appeared they would lose government outright something they could not fathom before they gambled on an election,” said Nelson Wiseman, a political science professor at the University of Toronto.

That seems to be the consensus story but I think the real story was much later in the piece:

O’Toole advertised himself a year ago as a “true-blue Conservative.” He became Conservative Party leader with a pledge to “take back Canada,” but immediately started working to push the party toward the political center.

O’Toole’s strategy, which included disavowing positions held dear by his party’s base on issues such as climate change, guns and balanced budgets, was designed to appeal to a broader cross section of voters in a country that tends to be far more liberal than its southern neighbor.

So let me get this straight:

The “conservative” leader after getting the nod to go after Trudeau suddenly decides to run away from his base and the issues that got him to where he was and surprise surprise he ends up losing a winnable election because he thought a bunch of liberal Canadians given the choice between an actual liberal and liberal lite decided to vote for the real thing?

And I’m sure his base was delighted at the prospect of turning out to vote for a leader who disavowed them and their positions. Cripes was Mitt Romney running his campaign?

The Reason Why the GOP in general and Professional Conservatives in particular will not embrace or run with the F— Biden chants in colleges in one sentence…

At the American conservative Colin Pruitt laments that Conservatives will not embrace the anti-Biden chants at college football games giving them a cultural entrée to campus where they are treated as pariahs or Barstool that has pushed them:

It’s highly unlikely conservatives will embrace Barstool to the degree they should. Like President Trump, Dave Portnoy’s brash approach blinds observers to obvious lessons. But also, like Trump, elite conservatives won’t have to embrace Barstool. Their voters and their constituents already have. Americans know that their congressmen won’t stand up to Roger Goodell, and they know Republicans are more interested in defending their hedge-fund donors than retail traders. So, they’ve found a new and better champion. Love Barstool conservatives or hate them, they’re standing up and saying what everyone is already thinking. 

Alas there is a much easier explanation as to why they won’t embrace the Barstool stuff in general and the f— Biden crowd.

They don’t see an effective way to monetize it for themselves

No cash for them and their consultants, not interested period!

Liberals vs. the left

By Christopher Harper

Even classic liberals are starting to understand just how dangerous the left has become.

In a recent cover story, the classic liberal magazine, The Economist, raised comfortable questions about the “illiberal left.”

For more, see https://www.economist.com/leaders/2021/09/04/the-threat-from-the-illiberal-left

The analysis takes a few jabs at Trump and the right, but the central thesis focuses on how liberals and leftists have less and less in common.

“As young graduates have taken jobs in the upmarket media and in politics, business, and education, they have brought with them a horror of feeling ‘unsafe’ and an agenda obsessed with a narrow vision of obtaining justice for oppressed identity groups. They have also brought along tactics to enforce ideological purity, by no-platforming their enemies and canceling allies,” the magazine notes.

“Superficially, the illiberal left and classical liberals like The Economist want many of the same things. Both believe that people should be able to flourish, whatever their sexuality or race. They share a suspicion of authority and entrenched interests. They believe in the desirability of change.

“However, classical liberals and illiberal progressives could hardly disagree more over how to bring these things about. For classical liberals, the precise direction of progress is unknowable. It must be spontaneous and from the bottom up—and it depends on the separation of powers so that nobody nor any group is able to exert lasting control. By contrast, the illiberal left put their own power at the center of things because they are sure real progress is possible only after they have first seen to it that racial, sexual, and other hierarchies are dismantled.”

The magazine chooses Ibram X. Kendi, a self-proclaimed “anti-racist,” as the poster child of what’s wrong with the left. Kendi, a National Book Award winner, is the director of the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University.

“[H]is blunderbuss approach risks denying some disadvantaged children the help they need and others the chance to realize their talents,” the magazine argues. “[I]lliberal progressives think that equity requires the field to be tilted against those who are privileged and reactionary. That means restricting their freedom of speech, using a caste system of victimhood in which those on top must defer to those with a greater claim to restorative justice.”

The Economist makes no bones about its call for liberals to battle leftists. 

“The ultimate complacency would be for classical liberals to underestimate the threat. Too many right-leaning liberals are inclined to choose a shameless marriage of convenience with populists. Too many left-leaning liberals focus on how they, too, want social justice. They comfort themselves with the thought that the most intolerant illiberalism belongs to a fringe. Don’t worry, they say, intolerance is part of the mechanism of change: by focusing on injustice, they shift the center ground.”

It’s noteworthy that these classic liberals see the problem. Is Joe Biden beholden to the center or the left? As he gets shouted down from the left, it seems he shifts more that way than to the center.

I hope the liberals ignore the entreaty to push back the leftists. To me, liberal or leftist has become a distinction without much of a difference. Both philosophies are bankrupt.

Compare and Contrast Pope Francis Edition

Ok let compare and contrast Pope Francis’ latest move:

The Vatican City State announced Monday that effective October 1 no one can enter its territory without presenting a coronavirus Green Pass, by order of Pope Francis.

The Green Pass can be obtained by showing proof of vaccination against the coronavirus, demonstrating recovery from the coronavirus, or by showing a negative rapid antigen or PCR test, the Vatican ordinance states.

The decree also declares that the Green Pass mandate extends to the Vatican’s extraterritorial properties stipulated by the 1929 Lateran Treaty, which include Vatican-owned churches throughout Italy.

The pope himself instructed the Governorate of Vatican City State to issue the mandate in order “to prevent, control, and combat the public health emergency” in Vatican territory.

With the passage from Luke 5:12-14:

Now there was a man full of leprosy in one of the towns where he was; and when he saw Jesus, he fell prostrate, pleaded with him, and said, “Lord, if you wish, you can make me clean.”

Jesus stretched out his hand, touched him, and said, “I do will it. Be made clean.” And the leprosy left him immediately.

Then he ordered him not to tell anyone, but “Go, show yourself to the priest and offer for your cleansing what Moses prescribed; that will be proof for them.”

Here’s the video from the Chosen season 1

When this Pope does stuff like it it’s the type of thing that really tests one’s faith.

In the end I believe God knows what he’s doing even if he and the spirit haven’t clued me in I trust their judgement.

This isn’t the first time we’ve had a “meh” Pope and the Church and the faith will be around long after he is gone.

So I’ll say a decade of the Rosary for him and get back to trying to keep myself on the right path which is where my efforts should be and the enemy wants me and you to be distracted from

Stacy McCain Explains a Fact of Life

This should be required reading in every school in American and that includes DRIVING SCHOOLS:

Watch enough police chases, and you’ll develop a profound contempt for these fleeing motorists. Why did they decide to run for it, after all? Over and over, the suspects in these chases either (a) have drugs in the car, (b) have guns in the car, or (c) are wanted on felony warrants, but sometimes (d) all of the above. When an otherwise law-abiding citizen gets pulled over for speeding or some other traffic violation, it’s a bummer, but no big deal. You’re not going to take off at 120 mph because of a mere traffic ticket.

Might I humbly suggest that the best way to avoid an unfortunate incident would be to not be using or transporting

  1. Illegal drugs
  2. illegal guns
  3. a person with outstanding felony warrants

Or as Jim Carey once put it so eloquently :

Report from Louisiana: Podcasts

By:  Pat Austin

SHREVEPORT —  Y’all…I’m so late to this party it is just embarrassing. I am going to need a little help from those of you that listen to podcasts, but first, let me explain.

I am hard-pressed to think of a term that better illustrates the rapid advancement in personal technology in the past two decades than “podcast.”

Perspective: my generation grew up with rotary phones attached to walls by cords. In my lifetime I witnessed the invention of the push-button phone, the satellite phone, the cordless phone, and eventually the mobile cellular phone. It has been a steep learning curve for some of us that are of a certain age. I did not own a cellphone until I was 42 years old; it was a red Nokia flip phone.

Now I own a very expensive iPhone that will probably do a great many more things than what I actually use it for. Back in the flip phone days, I also had a click wheel iPod which was just revolutionary. I actually still have it and still listen to it sometimes.

Technology started pulling away from me when we no longer bought music on iTunes and made playlists. I think now people just stream everything. I’m not really sure. I subscribe to Apple music and Pandora but don’t really use them. I know there is something called Spotify and I don’t know how to use it.

You see my problem?

Back to podcasts. As a high school educator, my students tried to keep me in the technological loop and so I learned about things like Instagram and TikTok. (I have an Insta but won’t fall into TikTok. Refuse.) But podcasts? I didn’t have time to learn anything else! I was barely keeping up already!

The word “podcast” originated in 2004 and in 2005 it was the Word of the Year for the New Oxford American Dictionary. Apparently, podcasting is now a billion-dollar industry. The 18–34 age group seems to be the primary listening audience and by the time you get to my age group listeners drop significantly.

I dipped my toes into the podcast waters a couple of years ago when a friend insisted that I listen to S-Town, the popular true-crime serial. I dutifully pulled out my earbuds and started listening and I loved it! It was hosted by Brian Reed and the story centered around John McLemore, a larger-than-life, colorful character in Woodstock, Alabama. Mr. Reed’s recordings of his conversations with McLemore were fascinating and my friends and I spent hours talking about this story.

But since then? Nothing. I haven’t listened to another podcast. Why?

Right about that time was when I began a big research project and so there was really no time or opportunity to find a new podcast. When I was writing my book (the result of that research), I listened to a playlist on my iPod (not the click wheel one!). Honestly, there’s no good excuse. I just didn’t look for a new podcast.

Last week, someone suggested I try the Old Gods of Appalachia podcast. I’m not much into the horror genre, which is how this was described to me, but I do love anything Southern Gothic and so maybe this would be okay. The episodes aren’t overly long (in fact, they’re a little too short), and I do like the serialized format. I’ve listened to four or five episodes now and while I don’t yet love it the way I did S-Town, I am going to stay with it a while longer.

I would love to find some good podcasts to listen to. Now that I am retired, I think I can put on a podcast and do this godforsaken walking thing that my doctor wants me to do each day. While I like listening to music, or even birds and barking dogs in the neighborhood, I can see myself listening to a podcast while I walk.

But I have so many questions. How do you find a podcast you want to listen to? When do you listen? Why are so many podcasts in the true crime genre? I don’t even know what genre I want to focus on which is the first question everyone asks me. I want a podcast like S-Town. Colorful characters. I don’t want irritating voices or giggling hosts. I don’t want to listen to anything political — I was a political blogger for ten years and I’m tired of that fight. I want a good mystery, or to learn something. Escapism.

Since podcasts are basically today’s version of radio programs from back in the day, obviously I want to be entertained.

So, tell me. What are you listening to? What are your favorite podcasts and why? Help a girl out!

(This article was previously published on Medium; I am reprinting here because I really want your suggestions!)

Pat Austin blogs at And So it Goes in Shreveport and at Medium; she is the author of Cane River Bohemia: Cammie Henry and her Circle at Melrose Plantation. Follow her on Instagram @patbecker25 and Twitter @paustin110.

1969 Draft League Draft

The political stuff will have to wait till the morning as the draft has begun in my 1969 Dynasty draft league. As picks are made they will appear here: It will make a handy online roster list

I must confess I did not see Petrocelli going in the 1st round let along being the 1st pick

Rounds #1 & 2 Draft order is 1-16 16-1

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 1 Round 2
New York Yankees Rico PetrocelliRedsoxSSJuan MarishallGiantsRHSP
Los Angels DodgersWillie McCoveyGiants1bNolan RyanMetsRHRP
Cleveland IndiansHarmon KillebrewTwins1b/3bJimmy WynnAstrosCF
San Francisco GiantsJim Palmer OriolesRHSPBill FreehanTigers C
Montreal ExposCarl YazstremskiRedsoxLFJoe FoyRoyals3B
Baltimore OriolesAndy MessersmithAnglesRHSPFrank RobinsonOriolsOF
Seattle PilotsPete RoseReds OFMike McCormickGiantsLHSP
Chicago White SoxPhil Niekro Braves RHSPBrooks Robinson Orioles 3B
New York MetsSteve Carlton Cardinals LHSP Sal Bando A’s 3B
Oakland A’sJerry Kooseman Mets LHSP Paul Blair Orioles CF
Atlanta Braves Ferguson Jenkins Cubs RHSP Mike Cuellar Orioles LHSP
Washington SenatorsFrank Howard Senators LF
Mike Andrews Red Sox 2B
Pittsburgh Piratesgaylord perry giants RHSP Luis Aparicio White Sox SS
Cincinnati RedsWillie Stargel Pirates LF Ron Santo Cubs3b
St Louis CardinalsCurt Flood Cardinals cfMaury WillsDodgersss
Minnesota Twins Joe Morgan Astros2bTony PerezReds1b

Rounds 3 & 4

Drafting TeamPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 3 Round 4
New York Yankees Larry DiekerHoustonRHSPHorace ClarkeNYY2b
Los Angels DodgersReggie SmithBoston CFManny SangueienPiratesC
Cleveland IndiansMel Stottlemyre YankeesRHSPRandy Huntley CubsC
San Francisco GiantsDave McNallyOriolesLHSPDon Buford (proxy)OriolesLF
Montreal ExposJoe TorreBraves1b/CJim MaloneyRedsRHSP
Baltimore OriolesMickey LolichTigersLHSPBilly WilliamsCubsOF
Seattle PilotsDave BosmanWashington RHSPTommie AgeeMetsCF
Chicago White SoxThurman MunsonYankeescRick MondayA’sOF
New York MetsBobby TolanredsCFTony OlivaTwinsOF
Oakland A’sBill HandsCubsRHSPBert CampanerisA’s SS
Atlanta BravesLeo Cardenes Twinsss Al OliverPirates1b
Washington SenatorsDuke SimsIndiansCJim NorthrupTigersCF
Pittsburg PiratesBill SingerDodgersSPDave Johnson Orioles2b
Cincinnati RedsDick AllenPhillies1BDenny McLainTigersLHSP
St Louis CardinalsClaude OsteenDodgersRHSPCleon JonesMetsLF
Minnesota TwinsLou Brock CardinalsLFErnie BanksCubs1b

Rounds 5 & 6

Team DraftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 5 Round 6
New York Yankees Roy WhiteYankeesOF
Los Angels DodgersDon KessingerCubsSS
Cleveland IndiansJim PerryTwinsRHSP
San Francisco GiantsLee MayGiants1b
Montreal ExposBlue Moon OdemA’s RHSP
Baltimore OriolesTom GriffinAstrpsRHSP
Seattle PilotsKen HoltzmanCubsLHSPKen TatumCAlRHRP
Chicago White SoxWes ParkerDodgers1B Rick WisePhilLHSP
New York MetsCesar Tovar TwinsOF Jim FregosiOakRHSP
Oakland A’sDenny LeMaster AstrosSP Dick GreenA’s 2b
Atlanta BravesRon PerranoskiTwinsRHRPJim Catfish HunterA’sRHSP
Washington SenatorsJoe ColemanSenatorsRHSPKen McMullenSenators3B
Pittsburg PiratesJerry GroteMetsCPat Kelly RoyalsCF
Cincinnati RedsMatty Alou
PiratesCFGary GentryMetsSP
St Louis CardinalsClete BoyerPadres3BTommy HelmesReds 2b
Minnesota TwinsWillie Mays Giants CFJoe AzcueAngels C

Rounds 7 & 8

Team DraftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 7 Round 8
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 9 & 10

Team DraftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 9 Round 10
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMets
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg Pirates PiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati Reds
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis Cardinals StLRHSP
Minnesota Twins

Rounds 11 & 12

Team draftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 11 Round 12
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSox
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 13 & 14

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 13 Round 14
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronsOFHank AaronOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 15 & 16

Team DraftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 15 Round 16
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White Sox
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds #17 & 18

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 17 Round 18
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 19 & 20

drafting teamPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 19 Round 20
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 21 & 22

Team DraftingPlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 21 Round 22
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 23 & 24

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 23 Round 24
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 25 & 26

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 25 Round 26
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 27 & 28

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 27 Round 28
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 29 & 30

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 29 Round 30
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 31 & 32

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 31 Round 32
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Rounds 33 & 34

PlayerTeam on cardPositionPlayerTeamPosition
Round 33 Round 34
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSPTommy JohnCSoxLHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHPTom SeaverMetsRHSP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OFReggie JacksonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOFHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSSEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOFRoberto ClementePiratesRF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
RedscJohnny BenchredsC
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew

Round 35

PlayerTeam on cardPosition
Round 35
New York Yankees
Los Angels Dodgers
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos
Baltimore Orioles
Seattle Pilots
Chicago White SoxTommy John White Sox LHSP
New York MetsTom SeaverMetsRSHP
Oakland A’sReggie JacskonA’s OF
Atlanta BravesHank AaronBravesOF
Washington SenatorsEd BrinkmanSenatorsSS
Pittsburg PiratesRoberto ClementePiratesOF
Cincinnati RedsJohnny Bench
Redsc
St Louis CardinalsBob GibsonStLRHSP
Minnesota TwinsRod Carew