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You’ve now gotten a glimpse of the AL east in my Dynasty 16 team short season (80 games once a week) league. Lets continue with a look at the AL West. (Current as of 5/11/23 Noon EST)

Seattle 85.6151/2
Chicago67.4622 1/2

Toronto: 9-5 1st place (tie)

The good news : Ellis Burkes is tearing it up with a .393 avg 4 HR and 15 RBI’s He is in the AL Top three in Avg, Slugging, OBS, HR & RBI. Pat Mears has been a pleasant surprise hitting .302 with a pair of triples while Brian McRae has scored 12 runs with only 14 hits. Meanwhile Troy Percival has been lights out 5-5 in save chances and their Team ERA of 3.24 is tops in the AL and 2nd in the Majors.

The Bad News: No team has swung and missed more than Toronto with 136K’s in 14 games and Cecil Fielder (8K .174 avg) and Ed Sprague (17K’s .184) have only one HR between them in 51 AB. With the glove their .976 fielding is 2nd to last in the AL only Cleveland has done worse with the normally sure handed Mike Lansing with 4 errors in 14 games

Didn’t see that coming: Toronto Relievers Kent Bottenfield, Mike Jackson, Tory Percival and Jim Poole combined have appeared in 14 games, pitched 20 1/3 innings and have yet to give up an earned run

Medical Report: Rusty Greer was hurt early in the season and won’t be back for this homestand and isn’t expect back until the team hits LA although there is an outside chance he makes the last game in Minnesota, The prognosis on John Valentin who went down during the Seattle series is much better as he’s expected to be able to make the the Atlanta Series before the team hits the road for six.

Coming Attractions: Toronto has two more against Cleveland and hosts Atlanta for a pair before going on a six game road trip ending in LA but starting with a critical four games at Minnesota.

Minnesota: 10-6 1st place (tie)

The good news : Their +23 run differential is the AL’s best fueled by Johnny Damon whose .451 avg and 1.237 OPS both lead the majors Chuck Knoblauch .354 1 HR 11 RBI, and Mark Whiten .295 2HR 12 RBI are big reasons for it. Ben McDonald 3-0 with a 1.73 leads the league.

The Bad News: Brad Radke 5.21 ERA and no decisions in three starts. Javy Lopez has disappointed with the bat .191 1 HR 8 RBI and the glove he and Brian Johnson have a combined 25 stolen bases and 4 errors between them with only 5 caught. Whiten is wowing with the bat but already has 2 errors in the outfield and Jason Giambi .220 1 HR 7 RBI .270 OBP, and Garret Anderson .182 0 HR 1 RBI 1 R scored have underperformed.

Didn’t see that coming: Pedro Martinez 2-1 3.94 ERA

Medical Report: They feel fine

Coming Attractions: Minnesota’s home stand continues with Florida in for 2 and a huge 4 game series with Toronto interrupted briefly for a pair in St. Louis before they come back home for 3 vs the Yanks

Seattle: 8-5 .615 3rd place 1/2 GB

The good news : Albert Belle has been a monster at the bat hitting ,339 with 6 HR and 13 RBI. A-Rod only has 3 HR but has driven in 10. Jeff Cirillo his hitting .333 and has an OBP over .400

The Bad News: Dan Naulty has a 1.08 ERA but with an 0-2 record with only a 50% save rate (1 in 2 chances) Ken Griffey Jr. .214 1 HR 5 RBI

Didn’t see that coming: Randy Johnson in the bullpen 1-0 1.29 ERA 3 saves in 4 chances

Medical Report: Daren Oliver who was hurt in his 2nd start will be available for the final game of their series with Boston but with a record of 0-1 and an ERA of 10.29 the question is, will he come back to the rotation?

Coming Attractions: Seattle faces Boston and Pittsburgh on their current homestand before traveling for 4 against the White sox in Chicago and a pair in Houston before they see home again.

Chicago : 6-7 .313 4th place 2 1/2 GB

The good news : Marty Cordova has been a pleasant surprise with his .351 avg he and Steve Finley both have six doubles tied for 3rd in the AL Frank Thomas line is .300 4 HR 10 RBI with a 1.004 OBS. Alex Fernandez is making other teams earn their way on as his 1.57 walks per nine innings demonstrates. Steve Finley already has 2 outfield assists and Robin Ventura and Omar Visquel have only one error in 113 chances and the White Sox are tied for the fewest runs given up in the majors.

The Bad News: Unfortunately while giving up the fewest runs Chicago is also dead last in the AL in hits, batting avg (.242) and OBP. .311. White teams don’t score runs on Chicago they sure can run against them as Mike Macfarlane has caught only 1 of 11 runners trying to steal 0.91.

Didn’t see that coming: Mark McGuire .132 0 HR 2 RBI BUT .353 OBP 13 walks (3rd in league)

Medical Report: Every is healthy just not contributing much

Coming Attractions: Chicago has a nine game homestand with the Yanks coming in for 3 Cincy for two and then four huge games vs Seattle before hitting the road.

UPDATE: Had Baltimore coming attractions for Chicago, fixed.

It’s been a while since I’ve done a top to bottom eval of one of my leagues so let’s look at my once a week 1996 draft league currently in progress. Lets start with the AL East.

New York (A)76.538____
Baltimore511.3133 1/2

Boston: 7-6 1st place (tie)

The good news : Jose Canseco is tearing up the joint hitting .367 (4th in the AL) and driving in 16 (1st in the League) on 4 HR and 3 doubles. Mo Vaughn has 7 HR leading the majors and a .424 OBP. One the mound Turk Wendell has yet to give up a run in 5 1/3 innings of relief.

The Bad News: Starting pitching Roger Pavlik is 0-2 7.94 with batters hitting .326 against him. Donovan Osborne isn’t wowing anyone with a .313 avg for batters and a 6.17 ERA

Didn’t see that coming: Roger Clemens 2-1 3.57 ERA

Coming Attractions: Boston has three at Seattle before coming home for a pair against San Diego and a critical 4 game series vs the Yankees

NYY: 7-6 1st place (tie)

The good news : Andres Galarraga & Juan Gonzalez are both part of a six way tie or 3rd in AL Homeruns with 4 each. the joint hitting .367 (4th in the AL) Todd Stottlemyre is 3-0 tied for the MLB lead in wins, leads the AL in ERA (1.03) all while 3rd in Innings pitched. Jeff Juden in 6 relief appearances has yet to give up an earned run (WHIP 0.87).

The Bad News: Joey Hamilton (0-2 8.36 ERA WHIP 2.00 .361 avg against) has been bad but Andy Pettite (0-3 13.89 ERA WHIP 2.91 and batters hitting .426 ) has been much worse and are the reason why the yanks don’t have a lead in this division and was likely the prime driver in the trade of Mariano Rivera to Atlanta for John Smoltz (yes you read that right).

Didn’t see that coming: The Rivera / Smoltz trade should rank 1st but Bernie Williams stat line is interesting. He only has 10 hits .244 10 for 41 but has 10 RBI on those ten hits.

Medical Report: Pete Harnisch got hurt in his very first start and won’t be available against the White Sox but will be back for Houston unless they won’t to hold him for the big 4 game series vs the Red Sox

Coming Attractions: The Yanks have spent a lot of time on the road with three more vs the Pale Hose but they have a quick pit stop at home for a pair at Houston before heading to Fenway park for a critical series vs the Red Sox.

Cleveland: 5-8 .385 3rd place 2 GB

The good news : Bobby Higginson was a late draft pick but he’s been hitting like a first round pick batting .393 (3rd in AL) with 13 RBI (2nd in AL) all without a single HR. Jim Thome leads the AL with a .479 OBP and Edgar Martinez leads all the majors with 15 walks and Benito Santiago currently injured is part of that 6 way tie for 3rd in HR..

The Bad News: Cleveland has a team ERA of 5.85 2nd to last in the majors and three pitchers with ERA’s over 10 including Charles Nagy who in three starts has an ERA of 10.80 ERA an Avg against of .378 Their team is also dead last in the AL in Home Runs (9)

Didn’t see that coming: Despite the 2nd worst ERA in the Majors and the AL’s worst fielding percentage (.970) they are only 2 games out of first.

Medical Report: Both Kevin Appier and battery mate Benito Santiago went down vs the yanks and won’t be back in time for Toronto but they should both be around for St. Louis

Coming Attractions: The Tribe has three north of the border with Toronto and a part at home against St. Louis before heading to Baltimore for 4 games a stretch which give them their best shot to threaten for first.

Baltimore : 5-11 .313 4th place 3 1/2 2 GB

The good news : Hard to find good news here but the O’s lead the majors in fielding with a .993 avg and of teams with 15 attempts against them have the best caught stealing rate .462. They are also 2nd in the AL in walks as a team (59) Meanwhile while their starting pitching with the exception of Rheal Cormier (1-0 2.45 in 18 1/3 innings) has been suspect Jay Powel, Lee Smith and Randy Myers all have ERA’s of 2.08 or lower and are a perfect 4-4 in save situations.. The only good news at the plate is Quilvio Veras 3rd in the AL in Runs scored and tied for 4th in walks while Quinton McGracken who acquired with Mike Hampton for Danny Darwin and team leading hitter Brady Anderson has matched Anderson’s .333 batting avg and team lead in OBP since joining the club.

The Bad News: Baltimore is dead last in ERA (5.99) Last in the AL in slugging (.376)2nd to last in the AL in homers 2nd to last in avg .249 Starting pitchers Mike Hamption (6.00 ERA) Doug Drabek (8.36 ERA) Mike Mussina (9.82 ERA) Danny Darwin (12.10 ERA before being dealt to Houston) and Jimmy Key (ERA 13.50) have not benefited from the solid gloves of the team.

Didn’t see that coming: Pitchers Doug Drabek, Danny Darwin and Mike Hampton are a combined 5-5 at the plate with 4 RBI’s

Medical Report: Baltimore remains two starters down. Jimmy Key was lost after his 2nd start. He won’t be back to face LA but should be back in time for the end of the Cleveland series. Musinna will miss the entire homestand but will be able to make the trip to Florida.

Coming Attractions: Baltimore starts a six game homestand with 2 vs LA and 4 vs the Tribe before heading off to Florida for a pair then three in Seattle .

Well the cards are released and the protected list are made so today we get ready to start the expansion draft for the 1971 Dynasty draft league.

Two teams will be drafting the Chicago Cubs and the Minnesota Twins. Because the twins got first choice of franchises the Cubs will get the first pick.

Expansion teams must draft a minimum of 4 players up to a max of 12. The number of players they draft will determine where they draft in the regular season from position 3 to position 20

Each existing team was able to protect a Maximum of 7 players from the expansion draft. Here are the players who were protected

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4Player 5Player 6Player 7
Kansas CityRalph GarrHarmon KillebrewWillie Stargell.Bert BlylevenNelson BrilesLew KrausseBill Stoneman
AtlantaAl OliverCesar CedenoRon SantoBob WatsonMike CuellarCatfish HunterFergie Jenkins
BaltimoreJerry JohnsonMickey LolichAndy MessersmithBobby MurcerBoog PowellFrank RobinsonBilly Williams
BostonWillie DavisRay FosseFrank RobinsonRico PetrocelliPhil NiekroGary NolanRick Wise
CaliforniaTom BradleyTommy JohnSandy AlomarFelipe AlouMatty AlouGeorge MitterwaldLou Piniella
CincinnatiDick AllenJohnny BenchJoe MorganJoe RudiDon GulliettPete MikkelsenFritz Peterson
ClevelandRon ReedMel StottlemyreSal BandoDave CashTony PerezPaul SchaalJimmy Wynn
Los AngelesReggie SmithRollie FingersSparky LyleMike MarshallNolan RyanDon SuttonDon Wilson
MilwaukeeAl DowningJim RayKen SandersFrank HowardTommie AgeeTommy HarperPete Rose
MontrealTug McGrawLuis TiantJerry GroteChose notto protectany others?
NY MetsHank AaronNorm CashRichie HebnerTed SimmonsCarl YastrzemskiSteve CarltonTom Seaver
NY YankeesDave RobertsWilbur WoodRoberto ClementeThurman MunsonGraig NettlesAmos OtisRoy White
OaklandPaul BlairReggie JacksonDon MincherVida BlueJim BrewerBill HandsSonny Siebert
PhiladelphiaStan BahnsenClay CarrollLarry DierkerDick DragoLarry BowaJoe TorreFelix Milan
PittsburghJohnny BriggsRod CarewGeorge ScottDavey JohnsonJim McGlothlinGaylord PerryBill Singer
San FranciscoDock EllisDave McNallyJim PalmerBobby BondsLou BrockDon BufordLee May
St LouisVic DavalilloTommy HelmsCleon JonesCesar TovarBob GibsonReggie ClevelandClaude Osteen
WashingtonJoe ColemanPat DobsonJim KaatJuan MarichalWillie MaysJim NorthrupChris Cannizzaro

One a player is picked off a team they will be able to protect five additional players, if a 2nd player is picked they may protect five more. No team can lose more than 3 players. I will be liveblogging the picks as they are made.

1CubsSteve Garvey1BWashington
1TwinsBobby Grich2BBaltimore
2CubsRusty StaubOFKansas City
2TwinsNate Colbert1BNew York Yankees
3CubsManny SanguillenCSan Francisco
3TwinsMarty PattinPAtlanta
4CubsClyde WrightPPhiladelphia
4TwinsSam McDowellSP Cleveland
5CubsRudy MayPYankees
5TwinsSteve BlassPMilwaukee
6CubsRay SadeckiPMontreal
6TwinsJoe HornerPBoston
7CubsFreddy PatekSSLos Angeles
7TwinsMerv Rettmund OFCincinnati
8CubsJerry KoosemanPOakland
8TwinsAndy EichabarrenCLos Angeles
9CubsDave LaRoachePCalifornia
9TwinsTom Hall PSan Francisco
10CubsDiego SeguiPSt Louis
10Twins Richie Hebner3BMets
11Cubsdropped outdrafting 16th
11Twinsdropped outdrafting 15th

Teams that have not submitted a list of additional players to protect once they lose a man prior to the draft will have five minutes to list additional players to be protected. Those additional protected players will be liveblogged here

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4Player 5Round
Kansas CityKen Henderson Bud Harrilson Claude Raymond Jim Rooker Duke Sims 2
AtlantaTony Oliva Tom Burgermier Ron Hunt Deron Johnson Fred Scherman 3
Baltimore Mark Belanger Ray Culp Rich Reichhart Eddie Waitt Woodie Fryman 1
Boston Jack Billingham Wes Parker Vada Pinson Ted Sizemore Jay Johnstone 6
California Bob Locker Don Money Bill Russell Don Kessinger Carl Morton 9
Cincinnati Dave Concepcion Ted Abernathy Jack Aker 7
Cleveland Al Kaline Carlos May Roger Repoz Steve Mingori Roy Foster 4
Los AngelesWillie McCovey Willie Horton Joe Pepitone Steve Renko Daryl Evans 7
MilwaukeeKen Holtzman Ron Fairly Jack Haitt Bob Miller Denny LeMaster 5
NY Metsdraft complete 10
NY YankeesJoe Gredenza Dick Dietz Gary Gentry Steve Kline Clay Kirby 2
OaklandBert Campanaras Woody Woodward George Stone Darold Knowles 8
PhiladelphiaOllie Brown Tony Taylor Bob Robertson Denny McLain Dick Selma 4
San Francisco Glenn Beckett Bill Melton Jose Cardinal Bill Freehan John Cumberland 3
St LouisBlue Moon Odom Jerry Reuss Fred Norman Hal McRae Rick Monday 10
WashingtonOrlando Cepeda Eddie Brinkman Billy CowanCookie Rojas Ken McMullen 1

If a team loses a 2nd player they may protect up to five more from their roster. Those names will be liveblogged here if necessary.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4Player 5Round
Kansas City
Los Angeles Davey May Skip Lockwood Bill Buckner Mike Andrews Tom timmerman 8
NY Mets
NY Yankees Dave Gusti Mel Queen Jim Spencer Bill Sudakis Dave Nelson 5
OaklandOscar Gamble Gail Hopkins Leo Cardanals Gene Tenace 9
San Francisco
St Louis

As teams can only retain 4-12 player you might ask: Why bother to protect any players beyond what they can keep? The answer: Protecting such players means they will go into the main draft giving said team a chance to pick them up again.

Since there are only two teams drafting I suspect it will go pretty fast. This post will be updated as picks are made.

This is the list of Players currently available to be picked on waivers in the Dynasty Draft league


Key: Name Team on Card Throws #= endurance as starter Long=Long relief (15 end) Short= Short Relief (7 Batters)

  • Jim Abbot Cal Left 25/Long
  • Scott Aldred Min Left 20/Long
  • Brian Anderson Cle Left 20/Long
  • Luis Andujar Tor Right 20/Long
  • Roger Bailey Col Right 20/Long
  • Matt Beech Phi Left 20
  • Stan Belinda Bos Right Short
  • Ron Blazier Phil right Long
  • Brian Boehringer NYY right Long /20 Claim Houston 6/4/23 Counterclaim St. Louis 6/5 Counterclaim successful
  • Ricky Bones NYY Right 20/Long
  • Chris Bosio Sea Right 20/Long
  • Shawn Boskie Cal Right 25/Long
  • Steve Bourgeois SF right Long/20
  • Marshall Boze Mil Right Long
  • Doug Brocail Hou Right Long/20
  • Scott Brow Tor Right Long/20
  • Jim Bullinger Cubs Right 20/Long
  • Rafael Carmona Sea Right Long /20
  • Giovanni Carrara Cin Right Long / 20
  • Bobby Chouinard Oak Long
  • Jason Christiansen Pit Left Long
  • Mike Christopher Det Right Long
  • Brad Clontz Atl Right Short
  • Rocky Coppinger Bal Right 25/Long Taken week 4 early waivers Atlanta
  • Doug Creek SF Left Short
  • John Cummings Det Left Long
  • Rich DeLucia SF Right Short
  • Jason Dickson Cal Right 25
  • Jerry DiPoto Mets Long Taken week 4 early waivers Cincinnati
  • Mike Dyer Mon Right Long/20 Waivers Claim week 6 Houston CLAIM SUCCESSFUL
  • Mark Eichhorn Cal Right Long
  • John Ericks Pit Right Long/20
  • Vaughn Eshelman Bos Left Long/20
  • Kevin Foster Cubs Right 20/Long
  • Marvin Freeman Chicago Right 20/.Long
  • Steve Frey Phi Left Short Taken week 3 waivers Chicago
  • Ramon Garcia Mil Right Long/20
  • Mark Gardner SF Right 25/Long Taken Baltimore Early Waivers Week 2
  • Greg Gohr Cal Right 20/Long
  • Danny Graves Cle Right Long
  • Jason Grimsley Cal Right 20/Long
  • Kevin Gross Tex Right 20.Long
  • Mark Kubicza KC Right 20
  • Chris Hammond Fla Left Long /20
  • Greg Hansell Min Right Long
  • Pep Harris Cal Right Long/20
  • Jimmy Haynes Bal Right Long/20
  • Mike Henneman Tex Right Short Taken week 3 waivers Atlanta
  • Doug Henry Mets Right Long
  • Gil Heredia Tex Right Long Taken week 3 waivers Pittsburgh
  • Xavier Hernandez Hou Right Long Taken week 4 early waivers Houston
  • Sterling Hitchcock Sea Left 25 Taken week 4 early waivers Baltimore
  • Joe Hudson Bos Right Short
  • Rich Hunter Phil Right 20
  • Edwin Hurtado Sea Right Long / 20
  • Danny Jackson StL Left Long/20
  • Jason Jacome KC Left Short/20
  • Marty Janzen Tor Right Long/20
  • Kevin Jarvis Cin Right Long/20
  • Doug Johns Oak Left 20/Long
  • Greg Keagle Det Right Long/20
  • Brian Keyser CSox Right Long
  • Rick Krivda Bal Left 20/Long
  • Curt Leskanic Col Right Short
  • Jose Lima Det Right Long/20 Taken week 3 waivers Baltimore
  • Albie Lopez Cle Right 20/Long
  • Mike Magnate KC Left Long Taken week 4 early waivers Baltimore
  • Joe Magrane CSox Left Long/20
  • Pat Mahomes Bos Right Long/20
  • Terry Mathews Bal Right Short
  • Kirk McCaskill CSox Right Long/20
  • Roger McDowell Bal Right Short
  • Rusty Meacham Sea Right Long/20
  • Ramiro Mendoza NYY Right 20/Long
  • Paul Menhart Sea Right 20/Long
  • Kent Mercker Cle Left 20/Long
  • Dan Miceli Pit Right Long/20
  • Mike Milchin Bal Left Short
  • Kurt Miller Fla Right Long/20
  • Michael Mimbs Phi Left 20/Long
  • Angel Miranda Mil Long/20
  • Ramon Morel Pit Right Long
  • Alvin Morman Hou Left Short
  • Rodney Myers CSox Right Long Taken week 4 early waivers Houston
  • Gregg Olson Hou Right Short
  • Lance Painter Col Left Long/20
  • Jose Parra Min Right Long/20
  • Yorkis Perez Fla Left Short
  • Chris Peters Pit Left 20 / Long Taken week 4 early waivers Chicago
  • Hipolito Pichardo KC Right Short Taken week 4 early waivers Floridai
  • Mike Potts Mil Left Long
  • Jay Powell Fla Right Short Taken Baltimore Early Waivers Week 1
  • Tim Pugh KC Right Long/20
  • Bryan Rekar Col Right 20/Long
  • Frank Rodriguez Min Right 25/Long Taken week 4 early waivers Floridai
  • Johnny Ruffin Cin Long
  • A.J. Sager Det Right Long/20 Taken week 3 waivers Cleveland
  • Roger Salkeld Cin Right 20/Long
  • Tim Scott SF Right Short
  • Zane Smith Pit Left 20
  • Steve Sparks Mil Right 25/Long
  • Dennis Springer Cal Right 20/Long
  • Dave Stevens Min Right Short
  • Greg Swindell Cle Left Long/20 Taken Atlanta Early Waivers Week 2
  • Amaury Telemaco CSox Right 20/Long
  • Dave Telgheder Oak Right 20/Long
  • Mark Thompson Col Right 25/Long Waiver Claim Atlanta Week 5 Successful!
  • Tom Urbani Det Left Long/20
  • Marc Valdes Fla Right Long/20
  • Julio Valera KC Right Long/20
  • Todd Van Poppel Det Right Long/20
  • Tim Vanegmond Mil Right 20/Long
  • William Van Landingham SF Right 25 Taken week 4 early waivers Atlanta
  • Randy Veres Det Right Short
  • Frank Viola Tor Left 20
  • Matt Wagner Sea Right 20/Long
  • Paul Wagner Pit Right 20/Long
  • Jeff Ware Tor Right Long/20
  • John Wasdin Oak Right 20/Long
  • Dave Weathers NYY Right Long/20
  • Bob Wells Sea Right Long/20
  • Matt Whiteside Tex Right Long
  • Brian Williams Det Right Long/20
  • Mike Williams Phil Right 25/Long
  • Steve Wojciechowski Oak Left 20/Long
  • Bob Wolcott Sea Right 25 Long
  • Jamey Wright Col Right 20 Long
  • Anthony Young Hou Right Short

Position Players Note players are listed under the 1st listed position on their card they may play other positions as well

Key Name, Team, Bats, Type


  • Raul Casanova Det Both Pull
  • Mike Durant Min Right Spray
  • Tony Eusebio Hou Right Spray Taken week 3 waivers Pittsburgh
  • Sal Fasano Sea Right Pull Claim Boston 6/4
  • Bill Haselman Bos Right Pull Taken week 3 waivers Atlanta
  • Chad Krauter WSox Both Pull
  • John Marzano Sea Right Spray
  • Brent Mayne Mets Left Spray
  • Greg Myers Min Left Pull Taken week 3 waivers Baltimore
  • Bob Natal Fla Right Spray
  • Keith Osik Pit Right Spray
  • Jayhawk Owens Right Pull Claim Boston Red Sox week 6 CLAIM SUCCESSFUL!
  • Mark Parent Balt Right Pull Claim Chicago White Sox week 6 CLAIM SUCCESSFUL!
  • Tom Prince LA Right Spray
  • Danny Sheaffer StL Right Pull
  • Joe Siddall Fla Right Spray Claim Red Sox 6/4 Claim successful
  • Tim Spier Mon Right Spray
  • George Williams Oak Both Pull

First Base

  • Rico Brogna Mets Left Spray
  • Brant Brown CSox Left Spray
  • Mark Carreon Cle Right Pull
  • Archi Cianfrocco SD Right Spray
  • Greg Colbrunn Fla Right Spray
  • Rene Gonzales Tex Right Spray
  • Bob Hamelin KC Left Pull
  • Bush Huskey Mets Right Pull
  • Kevin Jordan Phil Right Spray
  • Scott Livingstone SD Left Spray
  • Torey Lovullo Oak Both Spreay
  • Dave McCarthy SF Right Spray
  • Eddie Murray Bal Both Spray
  • Dan Peltier SF Left Spray
  • Roberto Petagine Mets Left Spray
  • J. R. Phillips Phil Left Pull
  • Juan Samuel Tor Right Pull
  • Gene Schall Phil Right Spray
  • J. T. Snow Cal Both Spray Waiver Claim Toronto Week 5 Counter Claim Florida! Counter Claim Successful!
  • Paul Sorrento Sea Left Pull
  • Lee Stevens Tex Left Pull
  • Jason M Thompson SD Left Pull
  • Joe Vitello KC Right Spray
  • Eddie Williams Det Right Pull
  • Desi Wilson SF Left Spray
  • Kevin Young KC Right Pull
  • Jon Zuber Phil Left Spray

Second Base

  • Carlos Baerga Mets Both Spray
  • Jason Bates Col Both Spray
  • Tilson Brito Tor Right Spray
  • Casey Candaele Cle Both Spray
  • Jay Canizaro SF Right Spray
  • Jay Canizaro SF Right Spray
  • Domingo Cedeno CSox Both Spray
  • Felipe Crespo Tor Both Spray
  • David Doster Phil Right Spray
  • Andy Fox NYY Left Spray
  • Brant Gates Oak Both Spray
  • Tony Graffanino Atl Right Spray
  • Chip Hale Min Left Spray
  • Todd Haney CSox Right Spray
  • Jason Hardtke Mets Both Spray
  • Matt Howard NYY Right Spray
  • Mark Lemke Atl Both Spray
  • Nelson Liriano Pitt Both Spray
  • Ralph Millard Fla Right Spray
  • Mike Mordecai Atl Right Spray
  • Tomas Perez Tor Both Spray Houston Claim Week 5 5-15 Successful
  • Jody Reed SD Right Spray
  • Billy Ripkin Balt Right Spray
  • Steve Scarsome SF Right Spray
  • Bill Selby Bos Left Pull
  • Craig Shipley SD Right Spray
  • Kurt Stillwell Tex Both Spray
  • Robby Thompson SF Right Spray


  • Manny Alexander Balt Right Spray
  • Rich Aurilla SF Right Spray
  • Rafael Bellard Atl Right Spray
  • Mike Benjamin Phil Right Spray
  • Mike Bordick Oak Right Spray
  • Juan Castro LAD Right Spray
  • Andujar Cedeno Hou Right Pull
  • Damion Easley Det Right Pull Taken week 4 early waivers Toronto
  • Ed Giovanola Atl Left Spray
  • Chris Gomez SD Right Spray
  • Jose Hernandez Cubs Right Pull Taken week 4 early waivers Chicago
  • Dave Howard KC Both Spray Waiver Claim Cincinnati Week 5 Successful!
  • Luis Lopez Sd Both Spray
  • Nefti Perez Col Both Spray Taken Baltimore Early Waivers Week 2
  • Tony Rodriguez Bos Right Spray
  • Alan Trammell Det Right Spray

Third Base

  • Shane Andrews Mon Right Pull
  • Alex Arias Fla Right Spray Taken week 4 early waivers Minnesota
  • Kim Batiste SF Right Pull
  • David Bell StL Right Spray
  • Esteban Beltre Bos Right Spray
  • Mike Blowers LAD Right Spray Taken week 4 early waivers Cincinnati
  • Jeff Branson Cin Left Spray
  • Mike Busch LAD Right Pull
  • Russ Davis Sea Right Pull Taken week 4 early waivers Toronto
  • Alvaro Espinoza Mets Right Spray
  • Dave Hansen LAD Left Spray
  • Scott Leius Cle Right Spray
  • Jeff Manto Sea Right Pull
  • Arquimedez Pozo Bos Right Spray
  • Keviin Sefcik Phil Right Spray
  • Andy Sheets Sea Right Spray
  • Dave Silvestri Mon Right Pull
  • Chris Snopek CSox Right Pull
  • Doug Strange Sea Both Spray
  • Todd Walker Min Left Spray
  • Tim Wallach LAD Right Pull
  • John Wehner Pit Right Spray

Left Field

  • Mike Aldrete NYY Left Spray
  • Billy Ashley LAD Right Pull
  • John Cangelosi Hou Both Spray
  • Dave Clark LAD Left Pull
  • Andre Dawson Fla Right Pull
  • Alex Diaz Sea Both Spray
  • Lou Frazier Tex Both Spray
  • Doug Glanville CSox Right Spray
  • Jeffrey Hammonds Bal Right Spray
  • Todd Hollandsworth LAD Left Spray Taken Pittsburgh Early Waivers Week 2
  • Thomas Howard Cin Left Spray
  • Brian Lesher Oak Left Pull
  • Daman Mashore Oak Right Pull
  • Derrick May Hou Left Spray
  • Billy McMillon Fla Left Spray
  • James Mouton Hou Right Pull
  • Joe Orsulak Fla Left Spray
  • Eric Owens Cin Right Spray
  • Robert Perez Tor Right Pull
  • Phil Plantier Oak Left Pull
  • Luis Polonia Atl Left Spray Taken week 4 early waivers Boston
  • Ruben Sierra Det Both Pull
  • Mike Simms Hou Right Pull
  • Chris Stynes KC Right Spray
  • Mark Sweeney StL Left Spray
  • Milt Thompson Col Left Spray
  • John Vander Wall Col Left Spray
  • Jerome Walton Atl Right Spray
  • Gerald Williams Mil Right Pull Taken Baltimore Early Waivers Week 1

Center Field

  • Jermaine Allensworth Pit Right Spray Taken week 4 early waivers Minnesota
  • Allen Battle Oak Right Spray Taken Pittsburgh Early Waivers Week 2
  • Jacob Brumfield Tor Right Pull Taken week 3 waivers Chicago
  • Alex Cole Bos Left Spray
  • Midre Cummings Pit Left Spray
  • Chad Fonville LAD Both Spray
  • Curtis Goodwin Cin Left Spray
  • Dwayne Hosey Bos Both Pull
  • Trent Hubbard SF Right Spray
  • David Hulse Mil Left Spray
  • Dax Jones SF Right Spray
  • Mike Kelly Cin Right Pull
  • Mike Kingery Pit Right Pull
  • Wayne Kirby LAD Left Spray
  • Rod Myers KC Left Spray
  • Rickey Otero Phil Both Spray
  • Orlando Palmerio Cal Left Spray
  • Duane Singleton Det Left Spray
  • Jesus Tavarez Fla Both Spray
  • Lee Tinsley Bos Both Spray

Right Field

  • Ruben Amaro Phil Both Spray Taken Atlanta Early Waivers Week 2
  • Danny Bauista Atl Right Spray
  • Trey Beamon Atl Left Spray
  • Scott Bullett CSox Right Spray
  • Jacob Cruz SF Left Spray Taken week 4 early waivers Atlanta
  • Mike Deveraux Bal Right Spray
  • Chris Gwynn SD Left Spray
  • Jose Herrera Oak Left Spray
  • Denny Hocking Min Both Spray
  • Robin Jennings CSox Left Spray
  • Chris Jones Mets Right Pull
  • Jose Malave Bos Right Pull
  • Manny Martinez Phil Right Pull
  • Orlando Merced Pit Left Spray Taken week 4 early waivers NYY
  • Chad Mottola Cin Right Pull
  • Lyle Mouton CSox Right Pull
  • Pedro Munoz Oak Right Pull
  • Glenn Murray Phil Right Pull
  • Warren Newsome Tex Left Spray
  • Melvin Nieves Det Both Pull
  • Les Norman KC Right Spray
  • Jon Nunnally KC Left Pull
  • Sherman Obando Mon Right Pull
  • Dwight Smith Atl Left Spray
  • Tony Tarasco Bal Left Spray
  • Ozzie Timmons CSox Right Pull
  • Andy Tomberlin NYM Left Pull
  • Turner Ward Mil Both Pull