TCBA Yearbook

1993

  INDEX

Seasons

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1924  1925  1926 1927  1928  1929

1930  1931  1932
1933  1934  1935 1936  1937  1938
1939

1940  1941  1942
1943  1944  1945 1946  1947  1948
1949

1950  1951  1952
1953  1954  1955 1956  1957  1958
1959

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1963  1964  1965 1966  1967  1968
1969

1970  1971  1972
1973  1974  1975 1976  1977  1978
1979

1980  1981  1982
1983  1984  1985 1986  1987  1988
 1989 

1990  1991  1992
1993  1994  1995 1996  1997  1998
1999

2000  2001  2002
2003  2004  2005 2006  2007  2008
 2009 

2010  2011  2012
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Introduction
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First Newsletter
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TCBA Almanac

 

Metro Division

 

 Eastern Division

Scranton

114

48

...

Annandale

109

52

...

Beacon

107

55

7

Norfolk

80

82

29.5

Hoboken

99

63

15

Bethesda

71

90

38

Long Island

99

63

15

Silver Spring

66

95

43

Newark

69

93

45

Birdsnest

56

106

53.5

 

Central Division

 

Western Division

Horseshoe Bay

97

65

...

Bergen

89

73

...

Evanston

97

65

...

New York

76

86

13

Mimosa

88

74

9

Binghamton

73

89

16

Morgantown

72

90

25

Kennett

58

104

31

Bradenton

57

104

39.5

North Adams

41

121

48

 

Dan Warren - Division repeaters continued to be rare. Bergen managed to do it again, this time with a percentage over .500, joined by Scranton, Annandale, and Horseshoe Bay. Scranton won still another championship (baaaa...).

     Norfolk’s Larry Walker won the batting crown with a .349 average, sharing honors with Fred McGriff (Mimosa, 50 HR) and Gary Sheffield (Scranton, 157 RBI).

     Annandale’s Greg Maddux won 24, as did Frank Viola of the Agates. A third Annandale pitcher, Melido Perez, won 23, followed by Charles Nagy (21), John Tewksbury (21), Charlie Leibrandt (20), Mike Mussina (20), and Bill Wegman (20).

     The second North Adams franchise supplanted Gettysburg (the first was Frank Lentine’s 1975-1989 powerhouse).

      In the rookie auction, prices dropped a little, with six players going for six-figures; Listach to Annandale for $100,000, Cal Eldred to New York for $136,000, Tim Wakefield to Binghamton for $193,000 (ouch!), Kenny Lofton to Beacon for $117,000, Dave Fleming to Horseshoe Bay for $127,000, and Mike Mussina to Long Island for $196,000.

 Bob Braun  - The Winter Meeting in February of 1993 was marked by a huge blizzard that struck the East coast on Thursday night. By Friday morning enough snow had already fallen to waylay Mike Mancini and Mike Ameen somewhere along Interstate 84. This was to have been both Mike’s first meeting; for Ameen it was his last attempt. Before the next season had barely begun, Mike Ameen announced his resignation.


 

 

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