Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

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Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

Post by RonCo » Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:10 pm

Stephen Lane and Ron Collins talk about All-Star Voting the Brewster Baseball Association, including an overview of how it works in the league, and a run-down of how we viewed the ballot in 2037.

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Re: Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

Post by Fat Nige » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:38 am

Kinda wish I’d listened to this before I’d done my ballot lol
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Re: Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

Post by RonCo » Sat Jan 19, 2019 9:25 am

It was fun to make. Went far longer than I thought it would.
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Re: Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

Post by Ted » Sat Jan 19, 2019 12:26 pm

Votes are done for me. I got about halfway through your Johnson league ballot while voting. I didn't make the same decision,s but had most of the same internal debates. I feel like that's what makes it easy in a way for the guy putting in the reserves. You just take the players that you had to think about when you put your own ballot in. Of course there's the worry of representing every team, but when I did my reserve ballot a few years ago it only came up once (don't know how hard it is year to year).

Not a ton of no-brainers this year though. Usually there are 10 or so between the two ballots. Lots of close races this time. I don't envy the guys picking the backups.
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Re: Dorks Being Dorks: All-Star Voting

Post by usnspecialist » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:28 pm

Ted wrote:
Sat Jan 19, 2019 12:26 pm
Votes are done for me. I got about halfway through your Johnson league ballot while voting. I didn't make the same decision,s but had most of the same internal debates. I feel like that's what makes it easy in a way for the guy putting in the reserves. You just take the players that you had to think about when you put your own ballot in. Of course there's the worry of representing every team, but when I did my reserve ballot a few years ago it only came up once (don't know how hard it is year to year).

Not a ton of no-brainers this year though. Usually there are 10 or so between the two ballots. Lots of close races this time. I don't envy the guys picking the backups.
im very curious to see what I have to work with on the FL side. I have a few things in mind for guys I want on there, but a lot of races can go either way.
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