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Frankie Delgado is an Mexican-American actor and producer, born in Tijuana, Mexico he is known for The Hills, MTV Video Music Awards 2008 and 2009 MTV Movie Awards. His first television appearance was in a 2006 episode of MTV’s Twentyfourseven. Education: Frankie Delgado attended Lake Mary Preparatory School. Dating: According to CelebsCouples, Frankie Delgado is married Jennifer Acosta. Net Worth: Online estimates of Frankie Delgado’s net worth vary. It’s easy to predict his income, but it’s much harder to know how much he has spent over the years. Relationships. Frankie Delgado has been in a relationship with Lo Bosworth (2008 - 2009).. About. Frankie Delgado is a 39 year old American TV Personality. Born on 30th May, 1981 in Tijuana, Mexico, he is famous for 24/7 punk MTV reality star. His zodiac sign is Gemini. Frankie delgado dating . The son of Bruce Jenner (now known as Caitlyn) and actress Linda Thompson, he was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. In 2005, Jenner appeared in the reality television series, The Princes of Malibu, which additionally featured his eldest brother, Brandon Jenner, and his friend, Spencer Pratt. Frankie Delgado is a multi-talented person who is a producer as well as an actor. He is famous for his appearance in the MTV series called The Hills. He is also the producer of the movie named Del Playa (2006). Frankie Delgado was born on the 30th of May 1981 in the city of Tijuana, Mexico. As he was born in May, he shares the zodiac sign Gemini. Frankie Delgado attended Lake Mary Preparatory School. Family. Frankie Delgado’s mother’s name is unknown at this time and his father’s name is under review. We will continue to update information on Frankie Delgado’s parents. Personal Life. Like many famous people and celebrities, Frankie Delgado keeps his personal life private. Frankie Delgado agrees that Brody Jenner's girlfriend Josie Canseco is 'wifey material,' but he thinks it's way too soon to be talking marriage.. While out at Matsuhisa in Los Angeles last week ... 2008 - 2008Lo Bosworth was said to be flirting with her 'Hills' co-star Frankie Delgado in 2008, when they were spotted kissing.

[OC] I used statmuse.com to compile a list of the best hitter for every day of all the baseball years.

2020.03.28 00:42 Opst3r [OC] I used statmuse.com to compile a list of the best hitter for every day of all the baseball years.

Date Player Hits At Bats Batting Average
March 20 Tim Beckham 3 3 1
March 21 Marcus Semien 3 6 0.5
March 22 Paul Goldschmidt 2 4 0.5
March 22 Scott Van Slyke 2 3 0.6666666667
March 23 Dee Gordon 3 4 0.75
March 23 Yasiel Puig 3 5 0.6
March 23 Juan Uribe 3 5 0.6
March 25 Bobby Crosby 2 5 0.4
March 25 Jack Hannahan 2 4 0.5
March 25 Julio Lugo 2 4 0.5
March 25 Brandon Moss 2 5 0.4
March 25 Dustin Pedroia 2 4 0.5
March 25 Manny Ramirez 2 5 0.4
March 26 Mike Lowell 2 4 0.5
March 26 Kurt Suzuki 2 3 0.6666666667
March 26 Mike Sweeney 2 4 0.5
March 28 Ichiro Suzuki 4 5 0.8
March 29 David Peralta 6 11 0.5454545455
March 30 Lewis Brinson 6 12 0.5
March 31 Adam Eaton 10 14 0.7142857143
April 1 Carlos Delgado 11 29 0.3793103448
April 2 Lance Berkman 12 23 0.5217391304
April 2 Luis Castillo 12 30 0.4
April 3 Fred McGriff 15 35 0.4285714286
April 4 Ivan Rodriguez 19 41 0.4634146341
April 5 Placido Polanco 20 46 0.4347826087
April 6 Adrian Beltre 21 63 0.3333333333
April 6 Chipper Jones 21 49 0.4285714286
April 7 Derek Jeter 23 59 0.3898305085
April 8 Derek Jeter 22 59 0.3728813559
April 9 Adrian Beltre 24 59 0.406779661
April 9 Derek Jeter 24 62 0.3870967742
April 9 Alex Rodriguez 24 63 0.380952381
April 9 Wade Boggs 24 54 0.4444444444
April 10 Robin Yount 24 68 0.3529411765
April 11 Rod Carew 28 67 0.4179104478
April 12 Albert Pujols 25 71 0.3521126761
April 12 Pete Rose 25 67 0.3731343284
April 13 Pete Rose 28 88 0.3181818182
April 14 Craig Biggio 25 63 0.3968253968
April 15 Yadier Molina 24 53 0.4528301887
April 16 Brett Butler 25 54 0.462962963
April 17 Manny Ramirez 27 62 0.435483871
April 18 Pete Rose 28 86 0.3255813953
April 19 Miguel Cabrera 24 57 0.4210526316
April 19 Ichiro Suzuki 24 58 0.4137931034
April 19 Freddie Lindstrom 24 51 0.4705882353
April 20 Pete Rose 25 75 0.3333333333
April 21 Pete Rose 30 81 0.3703703704
April 22 Stan Musial 30 72 0.4166666667
April 23 Hank Aaron 27 59 0.4576271186
April 24 Dave Concecpion 26 60 0.4333333333
April 25 Paul Molitor 24 57 0.4210526316
April 25 Goose Goslin 24 54 0.4444444444
April 26 Paul Molitor 31 75 0.4133333333
April 27 Cal Ripken Jr. 26 67 0.3880597015
April 28 Pete Rose 27 75 0.36
April 29 Ty Cobb 28 75 0.3733333333
April 30 Pete Rose 23 72 0.3194444444
April 30 Tony Lazzeri 23 58 0.3965517241
May 1 Ty Cobb 31 82 0.3780487805
May 2 Ty Cobb 31 81 0.3827160494
May 3 Ty Cobb 25 76 0.3289473684
May 4 Torii Hunter 29 70 0.4142857143
May 5 Hank Aaron 28 78 0.358974359
May 5 Ty Cobb 28 73 0.3835616438
May 6 Ken Griffey Jr. 33 72 0.4583333333
May 7 Eddie Murray 26 68 0.3823529412
May 7 Robin Yount 26 57 0.4561403509
May 8 Sammy Sosa 26 66 0.3939393939
May 8 Willie Davis 26 64 0.40625
May 9 Pete Rose 32 79 0.4050632911
May 10 Robinson Cano 26 56 0.4642857143
May 10 Tris Speaker 26 59 0.4406779661
May 11 Ty Cobb 30 75 0.4
May 12 Paul Molitor 27 63 0.4285714286
May 12 Ty Cobb 27 69 0.3913043478
May 13 Ty Cobb 29 79 0.3670886076
May 14 Ty Cobb 28 75 0.3733333333
May 15 Pete Rose 30 87 0.3448275862
May 16 Willie Mays 31 74 0.4189189189
May 17 Pete Rose 30 105 0.2857142857
May 18 Eddie Collins 30 67 0.447761194
May 19 Rod Carew 32 70 0.4571428571
May 20 Lou Brock 27 73 0.3698630137
May 20 Stan Musial 27 69 0.3913043478
May 21 Ted Williams 30 59 0.5084745763
May 22 Hank Aaron 33 88 0.375
May 23 Ty Cobb 30 52 0.5769230769
May 24 Ty Cobb 31 84 0.369047619
May 25 Alex Rodriguez 31 74 0.4189189189
May 26 Pete Rose 28 89 0.3146067416
May 27 Stan Musial 33 76 0.4342105263
May 28 Pete Rose 30 82 0.3658536585
May 29 Eddie Collins 30 63 0.4761904762
May 30 Charlie Gehringer 50 114 0.4385964912
May 31 Ty Cobb 36 94 0.3829787234
June 1 Paul Molitor 27 72 0.375
June 2 Pete Rose 36 92 0.3913043478
June 3 Eddie Collins 29 76 0.3815789474
June 4 Wally Moses 28 76 0.3684210526
June 5 Alex Rodriguez 29 76 0.3815789474
June 5 Frank Robinson 29 73 0.397260274
June 6 Frank Robinson 30 72 0.4166666667
June 7 Roberto Clemente 30 78 0.3846153846
June 8 Lou Gehrig 29 55 0.5272727273
June 9 Pete Rose 32 105 0.3047619048
June 9 Carl Yastrzemski 32 80 0.4
June 10 Dave Winfield 29 85 0.3411764706
June 11 Hank Aaron 30 94 0.3191489362
June 12 Rafael Palmeiro 30 71 0.4225352113
June 12 Ty Cobb 30 77 0.3896103896
June 13 Robin Yount 30 68 0.4411764706
June 14 Luis Aparicio 28 77 0.3636363636
June 15 Craig Biggio 27 80 0.3375
June 15 Nellie Fox 27 69 0.3913043478
June 16 Omar Vizquel 28 70 0.4
June 17 Hank Aaron 33 94 0.3510638298
June 18 Ty Cobb 38 74 0.5135135135
June 19 Edd Roush 29 65 0.4461538462
June 20 Harold Baines 28 68 0.4117647059
June 21 Paul Waner 33 76 0.4342105263
June 22 Willie Mays 33 82 0.4024390244
June 23 Zack Wheat 32 78 0.4102564103
June 24 Stan Musial 36 84 0.4285714286
June 25 Rod Carew 29 65 0.4461538462
June 26 Hank Aaron 29 76 0.3815789474
June 27 Pete Rose 33 85 0.3882352941
June 28 Frank Robinson 27 80 0.3375
June 28 Rogers Hornsby 27 60 0.45
June 29 Pete Rose 34 107 0.3177570093
June 30 Willie Mays 33 85 0.3882352941
July 1 Frankie Frisch 29 71 0.4084507042
July 2 Joe Judge 33 77 0.4285714286
July 3 Pete Rose 32 88 0.3636363636
July 3 Ty Cobb 32 67 0.4776119403
July 4 Tris Speaker 49 122 0.4016393443
July 5 Hank Aaron 31 87 0.3563218391
July 6 Torii Hunter 31 64 0.484375
July 6 Roberto Clemente 31 61 0.5081967213
July 7 Rogers Hornsby 27 71 0.3802816901
July 8 Tris Speaker 29 79 0.3670886076
July 9 Heinie Manush 29 66 0.4393939394
July 9 Sam Rice 29 75 0.3866666667
July 9 Babe Ruth 29 71 0.4084507042
July 10 Ty Cobb 34 63 0.5396825397
July 11 Billy Williams 30 60 0.5
July 12 Tris Speaker 43 101 0.4257425743
July 13 Ty Cobb 31 81 0.3827160494
July 14 Stan Musial 29 71 0.4084507042
July 15 Stan Musial 37 87 0.4252873563
July 16 Tris Speaker 31 76 0.4078947368
July 17 Ty Cobb 38 72 0.5277777778
July 18 Luke Appling 30 78 0.3846153846
July 19 Enos Slaughter 29 69 0.4202898551
July 19 Harry Heilmann 29 70 0.4142857143
July 20 Tris Speaker 34 81 0.4197530864
July 21 Hank Aaron 33 84 0.3928571429
July 22 Alex Rodriguez 28 74 0.3783783784
July 22 Stan Musial 28 82 0.3414634146
July 22 Paul Waner 28 77 0.3636363636
July 23 Joe Medwick 29 69 0.4202898551
July 23 Lou Gehrig 29 62 0.4677419355
July 24 George Brett 31 67 0.4626865672
July 24 Stan Musial 31 70 0.4428571429
July 25 Stan Musial 37 94 0.3936170213
July 26 Craig Biggio 30 75 0.4
July 27 Pete Rose 28 84 0.3333333333
July 28 Tris Speaker 29 65 0.4461538462
July 29 Hank Aaron 34 81 0.4197530864
July 30 Ty Cobb 38 67 0.5671641791
July 31 Pete Rose 40 104 0.3846153846
August 1 Rafael Palmeiro 27 60 0.45
August 1 Tony Gwynn 27 65 0.4153846154
August 1 Jake Daubert 27 66 0.4090909091
August 2 Hank Aaron 31 89 0.3483146067
August 3 Eddie Murray 28 70 0.4
August 3 Pete Rose 28 84 0.3333333333
August 4 Pete Rose 34 88 0.3863636364
August 5 Jim Bottomley 30 75 0.4
August 6 Stan Musial 31 72 0.4305555556
August 7 Al Simmons 31 78 0.3974358974
August 8 Paul Molitor 41 93 0.4408602151
August 9 Pete Rose 28 77 0.3636363636
August 10 Hank Aaron 29 71 0.4084507042
August 11 Derek Jeter 38 85 0.4470588235
August 12 Paul Waner 30 73 0.4109589041
August 13 Pete Rose 31 81 0.3827160494
August 14 Ty Cobb 32 67 0.4776119403
August 15 Hank Aaron 29 82 0.3536585366
August 16 Lou Gehrig 27 54 0.5
August 17 Bill Terry 35 60 0.5833333333
August 18 Pete Rose 33 91 0.3626373626
August 19 Bill Buckner 29 65 0.4461538462
August 20 Derek Jeter 29 79 0.3670886076
August 20 Heinie Manush 29 64 0.453125
August 21 Doc Cramer 40 78 0.5128205128
August 22 Ty Cobb 39 89 0.4382022472
August 23 Roberto Clemente 38 88 0.4318181818
August 24 Jim Bottomley 33 67 0.4925373134
August 25 Luke Appling 30 82 0.3658536585
August 26 Ty Cobb 33 70 0.4714285714
August 27 Ty Cobb 34 76 0.4473684211
August 28 Dick Bartell 34 85 0.4
August 29 Wade Boggs 27 76 0.3552631579
August 30 Pie Traynor 30 65 0.4615384615
August 31 Ty Cobb 31 81 0.3827160494
September 1 Pete Rose 28 88 0.3181818182
September 2 Ty Cobb 41 99 0.4141414141
September 3 Hank Aaron 39 88 0.4431818182
September 4 Hank Aaron 32 76 0.4210526316
September 5 Stan Musial 29 85 0.3411764706
September 6 Pete Rose 33 92 0.3586956522
September 7 Paul Waner 28 80 0.35
September 8 Al Oliver 26 61 0.4262295082
September 9 Pete Rose 29 80 0.3625
September 10 Wade Boggs 29 59 0.4915254237
September 11 Pete Rose 33 91 0.3626373626
September 12 Ty Cobb 31 78 0.3974358974
September 13 Ty Cobb 32 76 0.4210526316
September 14 Robin Yount 29 70 0.4142857143
September 14 Pete Rose 29 76 0.3815789474
September 15 Dave Parker 33 67 0.4925373134
September 16 Pete Rose 30 88 0.3409090909
September 17 Sam Rice 31 67 0.4626865672
September 18 Al Simmons 37 78 0.4743589744
September 19 Stan Musial 32 70 0.4571428571
September 19 Ty Cobb 32 79 0.4050632911
September 20 Ty Cobb 28 81 0.3456790123
September 21 Charlie Gehringer 29 79 0.3670886076
September 22 Ty Cobb 35 83 0.421686747
September 23 Stan Musial 27 70 0.3857142857
September 24 Rickey Henderson 29 76 0.3815789474
September 25 Stan Musial 26 71 0.3661971831
September 26 Barry Bonds 25 63 0.3968253968
September 27 Nap Lajoie 26 54 0.4814814815
September 28 Pete Rose 31 77 0.4025974026
September 29 Rickey Henderson 22 62 0.3548387097
September 29 Bill Buckner 22 55 0.4
September 29 Sherry Magee 22 58 0.3793103448
September 30 Carlton Fisk 25 66 0.3787878788
October 1 Paul Molitor 24 56 0.4285714286
October 2 Ty Cobb 25 54 0.462962963
October 3 Zack Wheat 16 40 0.4
October 4 Steve Garvey 14 27 0.5185185185
October 4 Larry Doyle 14 36 0.3888888889
October 5 Bernie Williams 18 41 0.4390243902
October 6 Tris Speaker 16 36 0.4444444444
October 7 Derek Jeter 13 39 0.3333333333
October 8 Jose Altuve 9 18 0.5
October 8 George Springer 9 19 0.4736842105
October 8 Bill Skowron 9 16 0.5625
October 8 Jimmy Austin 9 15 0.6
October 9 Derek Jeter 11 35 0.3142857143
October 10 Albert Pujols 11 21 0.5238095238
October 11 Derek Jeter 10 30 0.3333333333
October 12 Devon White 9 19 0.4736842105
October 13 Bernie Williams 11 27 0.4074074074
October 14 Reggie Jackson 10 19 0.5263157895
October 15 Matt Holiday 8 16 0.5
October 15 Hal McRae 8 13 0.6153846154
October 16 Hideki Matsui 9 14 0.6428571429
October 17 Chuck Knoblauch 7 16 0.4375
October 17 Bernie Williams 7 22 0.3181818182
October 18 Derek Jeter 7 27 0.2592592593
October 18 Tino Martinez 7 13 0.5384615385
October 18 Manny Ramirez 7 16 0.4375
October 19 Dave Henderson 8 14 0.5714285714
October 20 Derek Jeter 6 23 0.2608695652
October 20 Terry Pendleton 6 12 0.5
October 20 Lonnie Smith 6 16 0.375
October 21 Derek Jeter 7 18 0.3888888889
October 22 David Justice 9 23 0.3913043478
October 23 Derek Jeter 7 12 0.5833333333
October 24 Kenny Lofton 6 9 0.6666666667
October 25 George Springer 5 9 0.5555555556
October 26 Terry Pendleton 6 12 0.5
October 27 Yadier Molina 5 14 0.3571428571
October 27 David Ortiz 5 10 0.5
October 28 David Freese 5 8 0.625
October 29 Alex Bregman 4 9 0.4444444444
October 29 Carlos Correa 4 9 0.4444444444
October 29 George Springer 4 7 0.5714285714
October 30 Matt Carpenter 3 5 0.6
October 31 Salvadore Perez 3 4 0.75
October 31 Edgar Renteria 3 4 0.75
October 31 Andres Torres 3 5 0.6
November 1 Kris Bryant 4 5 0.8
November 2 Dexter Fowler 3 5 0.6
November 2 Kyle Schwarber 3 5 0.6
November 2 Johnny Damon 3 4 0.75
November 3 Reggie Sanders 4 5 0.8
November 4 Derek Jeter 4 9 0.4444444444​
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2019.09.20 20:57 Xammath_and_robin Who will be on season 2 (speculation)

I can see MTV inviting everyone back. I doubt Kaitlyn will want to return but I think they probably want her back bc of her ties to Miley/to cover the fallout between her and Brody.
I've seen some articles quoting Stephanie as saying she wont be back for another season but I'm really hoping it's just a misunderstanding bc I need her on the show for drama lol, and I like listening to her podcast to get her take on events/bts info.
Mischa didn't make much of a splash or really involve herself enough with the group but I would like to see her redeem herself in the second season.
No doubt Brandon will be back bc I think he's getting a lot of positive buzz from the show and he's already dating someone new and she's Brody's ex.
I think Brody will probably be back bc he loves being on tv and he'll probably have Josie Canseco as his love interest for S2.
Jason and his wife will 100% be back and imo they should swap her in to the intro bc she contriubted way more than Jason was able to.
I could live without Frankie Delgado in the main cast taking a spot from someone more deserving.
What do you think?
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2018.09.28 21:27 Elementaryfan 4x15 "Friends and Lovers" was definitely one of the more bizarre/twisty episodes

Spoilers
A guy takes his girlfriend to a restaurant they had their first date in (that is now abandoned), in order to propose to her there. The big moment is ruined by the discovery of the dead body. The victim's wallet is found near the body; empty, except for the naval ID and the driver's license. He was in the navy, so NCIS is called in. The victim, Petty Officer named Evan Davidson, has been dead for about a week. Preliminary autopsy results indicate that Davidson was an alcoholic and a drug addict, who died of multiple organ failure. But the additional tox screen reveals that Davidson had been poisoned with oleander powder. The team talks to his friends, who say they last saw him on Thursday, in a Georgetown bar. He left with a young woman. They provide the description, and the composite sketch is made.
Meanhile, a drug addict, Frankie, living in the area where the body was found, is brought in for questioning. The victim's credit card is found in his possession. Frankie denies killing Davidson, but he claims that he found the victim (apparently heavily intoxicated) in an alley behind the nightclub, called "One Club". Frankie led him into the abandoned restaurant, waited for him to "fall asleep", robbed him and then left; basically leaving him to die.
A pink card was found in the victim's pocket. It appears blank, but there are no fingerprints or trace evidence on it; it is sterile. It appears that somebody really wanted the authorities to find the card; and not find any forensic evidence on it. Abby examines the card closely, and finds a small drop of blood on the card; underneath the plastic foil. She removes the foil, then applies luminol to the card, and finds a message on it, written in human blood, reading "EXPECT MORE".
NCIS is cooperating with the local police. It is revealed that One Club, where the victim was last seen alive, has been on the police radar for years, due to bunch of shady things (like illegal gambling and prostitution) going on in there. The owner is a guy named Scott Pell. He is intelligent, careful and well connected.
DiNozzo goes through the mugshots and identifies the woman that Officer Davidson was last seen alive with. Her name is Lisa Delgado, and she has a criminal record for prostitution. Her rommates haven't heard from her for days. DiNozzo is eventually assigned to surveil "One Club" with the local detective, John Carson.
Lab tests confirm that the blood on the pink card is human. Abby extracts the DNA profile and runs it through the police database. The blood belongs to the prostitute who was murdered two months prior. She had been poisoned with oleander powder (the same poison used to murder the Petty Officer, Evan Davidson), and stabbed over twenty times post-mortem. It looks like the team is dealing with a serial killer.
Tony Dinozzo and detective John Carisi continue surveiling the nightclub. They try sending an undercover police officer in, but she can't get through the security: someone from Metro PD is tipping the owner off. So they send McGeee inside; going undercover as a famous novelist, Thom E. Gemcity. Accompanied by Ziva, Abby and Lee.
While DiNozzo and Carson are surveiling the club, Lisa Delgado, the prostitute that the victim was last seen alive with, shows up behind the nightclub. She meets with the club owner, Scott Pell. It is revealed that the victim, Petty Officer Evan Davidson, tried to poison her drink. The owner caught him, forced the poisoned drink down his throat, and then kicked him outside, leaving him to die.
Lisa says that the cops are after her. She wants money so she can flee town. The owner tries to convince her to come inside. She refuses, saying: "I'll never come out of there alive." The owner replies: "Lisa, you're probably right." Then he breaks her neck.
Tony Dinozzo and John Carson rush into the alleyway, guns drawn. The owner pulls out a gun, and a shootout ensues. The club ownemurderer, Scott Pell, is gunned down. Sadly, he managed to shoot detective John Carisi before he went down. Carisi bleeds out and dies.
It turns out that the victim, Evan Davidson, was a budding serial killer... who was forced to drink his own poison. The card found in his pocket had been created by him. He had planned to leave it on his second victim (Lisa Delgado).
Over the course of the episode, DiNozzo was having problems with his girlfriend, Jeanne. Her ex-boyfriends kept calling her, and dan books a Valentine's Day vacation for the two of them. Eventually, she had to straight out tell him it was definitely over, and that she wanted him to stay away. In the end, it is revealed that Jeanne's ex-boyfriend was detective John Carson.
Can anyone think of any other bizarre/twists episodes with unexpected resolutions?
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2018.05.10 05:49 born2bmild Mayans MC: Cast & Characters

I scoured Mayans MC casting articles (most can be found at the bottom of the wiki page) and compiled this list of characters and their descriptions. I thought that maybe it could be used as a reference as the premiere date approaches. I thought that maybe people on the sub could discuss and see if they find any parallels to SoA characters, any signs that might point to a Shakespearean inspiration, or maybe any predictions. For example, I think it's interesting that the lead's love interest is played by an Irish actress whose character is listed as having no last name. I'm guessing her family might have ties to an IRA member we met in Sons.
 

Mayans MC

 
Setting: California/Mexico border
Time: 2.5 years after the events of Sons of Anarchy
 

Characters:

Ezekiel "EZ" Reyes (J.D. Pardo)
Emily (Sarah Bolger)
Felipe Reyes (Edward James Olmos)
Marisol Reyes (Jacqueline Obradors)
* Soulful matriarch of the Reyes family * "Her rosary may be worn," -- presumed to be a devout Catholic * "But her righteous sense of justice remains vibrant"
Angel Reyes (Clayton Cardenas)
Obispo "Bishop" Losa (Michael Irby)
Che "Taza" Romero (Raoul Trujillo)
Hank "El Tranq" Loza (Frankie Loyal Delgado)
Michael "Riz" Ariza (Antonio Jaramillo)
Johnny "El Coco" Cruz (Richard Cabral)
Neron "Creeper" Vargas (Joseph Raymond Lucero)
Gilberto "Gilly" Lopez (Vincent "Rocco" Vargas)
Adelita (Carla Baratta)
Kevin Jimenez (Maurice Compte)
Miguel Galindo (Danny Pino)
Nester Torrero (Gino Vento)
Devante (Tony Plana)
Antonia Pena (Alexandra Barreto)
Katrina (Efrat Dor)
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2017.08.31 00:19 JuanRiveara Challenge Close Calls

Credit to LegendTykari3x on the Challenge wiki for compiling this together
Based off of a vevmo user (Youssarian) here are close calls for the challenge over the years
Challenge 2000 – Colin Mortensen was asked to be on this Challenge, but had other obligations and therefore declined.
Extreme Challenge – Kathryn Omeg was asked to be on this Challenge, but declined.
Battle of the Seasons (2002) – Ruthie Alcaide and Colin Mortensen (and Amaya Brecher was contacted) were supposed to be represent Hawaii, but Colin backed out a week prior to filming. Lori Trespicio was supposed to be Mike's partner for Back to New York, but she backed out due to the uncertainty after 9/11 and was replaced by Coral Smith. Jo Rhodes and Puck Rainey were originally going to be a team, but were dropped for unknown reasons.
Battle of the Sexes – Cara Kahn dropped out after seeing her edit on her season. Keri Evans and Becky Blasband were initially on the cast but either were dropped or backed out last minute.
Gauntlet – Jisela Delgado, Arissa Hill, Frank Roessler, Brynn Smith, and Steven Hill were all contacted. Vince Forcier dropped out when the location was changed from Rhode Island to Colorado. Malik Cooper and Timmy Beggy were a part of the initial cast but did not make the final cast.
Inferno - Piggy Thomas was initially cast and arrived to film, but was sent home for unknown reasons, edited out of the first episode, and replaced by Christena Pyle. Tonya Cooley was an alternate – her place went to Trishelle Cannatella when she decided to do this season. Dan Renzi was originally cast, but backed out to attend a speaking arrangement and was replaced by Syrus Yarbrough.
Battle of the Sexes 2 – Jisela Delgado backed out because she didn’t want to be on a Challenge with Coral Smith and was replaced by Kina Dean. Patrick Maloney backed out because he didn't like his X-Treme edit, and was replaced with Shawn Sealy. Brynn Smith was dropped from the cast after the producers found out she had a child. Ellen Cho was asked, and declined. Donell Langham was contacted, but did not make the final cast. Beth Stolarczyk dropped out and was replaced by Cynthia Roberts. Cameran Eubanks, though part of the final cast, originally missed her flight and arrived a couple days later than the rest of the cast.
Inferno 2 – Puck Rainey was slated to be on the Inferno 2, but demanded to be paid more than the rest of the cast; when they found out and became upset, Puck was dropped. Sarah Burke was asked but couldn’t go due to her law school schedule. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Melissa Howard and Coral Smith were supposed to be on the cast, but dropped out right before departure. They were replaced with Beth Stolarczyk and Rachel Robinson.
Gauntlet 2 – Raquel Duran was cast, but backed out at the last minute to attend a close friend’s wedding. Frankie Abernathy originally accepted the call, but later backed out due to disagreements with the programming on MTV. Angela Trimbur also initially said yes, but backed out in order to film a movie. Wes Bergmann, Johanna Botta, Danny Jamieson, and Melinda Stolp were also asked, even though they had just finished filming their season 2 weeks prior, leading them to decline. Jamie Chung, Steven Hill, Melanie Silcott, Sarah Burke, Willie Hernandez, Dan Renzi (due to work commitments), and Eric Nies all declined this Challenge. Tonya Cooley backed out to focus on a reality-themed event. Veronica Portillo and Rachel Robinson were initially cast, but backed out upon finding out that Julie Stoffer and Beth Stolarczyk were supposedly also on the cast. Tina Barta backed out upon learning that Veronica and Rachel had done so. Coral Smith and Trishelle Cannatella were asked, but decided to film Battle of the Network Reality Stars instead. Both Shavonda Billingslea and Patrick Maloney originally accepted, then backed out for unknown reasons. Irulan Wilson was initially cast, but backed out after her breakup with Alton Williams.
Fresh Meat – Ruthie Alcaide was called, but was not a part of the final cast. Sarah Burke was asked, but had to decline due to her law school schedule. Jamie Chung was asked but declined. (side note: Evelyn Smith was actually contacted to be on the Real World: Denver because of her short stay on Fresh Meat, but was then told they needed fresh faces instead.)
Duel – Evelyn Smith was supposed to be cast but backed out due to illness and was replaced by Casey Cooper. Linette Gallo was asked but had to decline. Sarah Burke from Philadelphia was originally on the cast but dropped out due to a wedding. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Julie Stoffer either dropped out or was replaced a week before filming. Kendal Sheppard was asked to be on this season.
Inferno 3 - Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Susie Meister was possibly a last minute replacement. Svetlana Shusterman, Beth Stolarczyk, Alex Smith, and Dan Renzi were asked and declined. Johnnie McBride was contacted for this Challenge.
Gauntlet 3 – Svetlana Shusterman and Jenn Grijalva were part of the initial cast. Jenn had to drop out and apparently Svetlana left at the airport. Apparently, Janelle Casanave and Melinda Stolp were the replacements. Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Brynn Smith was supposed to appear, but was pregnant and thus unable.
Island – Kendal Sheppard was paid to be an alternate even though she was not actually available. Stephen Nichols and Alton Williams were alternates. Although the producers were reluctant to ask Svetlana Shusterman after her dropping out of Gauntlet 3, they did anyway; she declined. Brooke LaBarbera dropped out of this Challenge and was replaced by Paula Meronek (although Aneesa Ferreira was contacted first and declined). David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Duel 2 – Dan Walsh backed out at the last minute and was replaced initially by Dave Malinosky (who accepted and then declined right afterward because he was not home to make an immediate departure), and thus ultimately by Ryan Kehoe. Svetlana Shusterman was asked and declined. David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Ruins – Devyn Simone was part of the initial cast but backed out last minute, as well as Cara Zavaleta. Susie Meister replaced Cara, and eventually met her future husband there. Alton Williams was asked but couldn’t go due to work, so he was an alternate instead. Svetlana Shusterman, Jamie Chung, and Brittini Sherrod were asked and declined. There were rumors that CT Tamburello was contacted, but several cast members threatened to drop out if he was cast, so he was not. Dave Malinosky and Trisha Cummings both declined this Challenge. Katelynn Cusanelli, Scott Herman, and Baya Voce all declined this Challenge as well; their Brooklyn roommates Ryan Conklin and JD Ordonez were also contacted to participate. Colie Edison was given an availability call as well.
Fresh Meat II – Jonna Mannion was part of the initial cast, but a lost passport at the airport cost her this opportunity to win money. As seen on the show, she was replaced by Evelyn Smith. Brianna Taylor was asked, but couldn’t go due to being on probation. Janelle Casanave, Evan Starkman, Scott Herman, Svetlana Shusterman, and Nick Brown were asked to be on this Challenge and declined. Ruthie Alcaide and Cohutta Grindstaff were alternates.
Cutthroat – Casey Cooper was asked and said no. Bronne Bruzgo backed out a couple days before and was replaced by Dunbar Merrill. Kenny Santucci backed out the day of and was replaced by Derrick Kosinski. Mike Manning and Svetlana Shusterman were asked and declined. Carley Johnson was contacted and accepted the invitation for this Challenge but did not make the final cast. Callie Walker and Josh Colon were both asked to be on this Challenge.
Rivals – Katie Doyle was supposed to be Sarah's initial Rival and had to back out a week prior to filming; she was replaced by Katelynn Cusanelli. Beth Stolarczyk got calls for this challenge, but could not do one because she was pregnant. Rumor has it that Abram Boise and Adam Larson were attempted, but Adam declined. Susie Meister, Tori Fiorenza, Tonya Cooley, Svetlana Shusterman, Brianna Taylor, and Johanna Botta all declined this Challenge. Dustin Zito was asked to be on this Challenge. Ryan Leslie accepted, but his rival Preston Roberson-Charles declined. Brad Fiorenza and Darrell Taylor were contacted to be a team, but both said no.
Battle of the Exes - Various couples were meant to be on this show, including Adam Royer (who failed the psych exam they instated as of this challenge) and Nany Gonzalez, KellyAnne Judd and Cohutta Grindstaff, and Brad and Tori Fiorenza (despite being married). Sounds like a lot of possibilities, but considering the lack of couples on the show, it's possible that some of these could have been alternates. Heather Cooke was also asked, but was told that they were "going a different direction." Emilee Fitzpatrick received an availability call, but nothing further. Kenny Santucci, despite being banned from Challenges, also received an availability call. Coral Smith was also asked; she would have been in lieu of Cara Maria Sorbello. She said no, but would have gone if she knew Rachel and Aneesa were there. Alton Williams and Irulan Wilson were also asked, as well as Landon Lueck and Shavonda Billingslea. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were going to be a team, but Melinda had to drop out due to work. Johanna Botta, Michael Ross, Casey Cooper (who declined out of respect to her boyfriend), Svetlana Shusterman, and Frank Roessler and Jillian Zoboroski all declined. Ryan Knight and Jemmye Carroll received an availability call, but did not receive an invitation to be cast. A team of Ayiiia Elizarraras and Joey Rozmus was attempted, but Joey declined. Beth Stolarczyk and Nehemiah Clark were contacted; Nehemiah accepted but Beth declined and threatened to get lawyers involved because she claims she and Nehemiah never hooked up. A team of Ryan Kehoe and Davis Mallory was attempted, but Ryan had to drop out.
Battle of the Seasons – Frank Roessler and Arissa Hill were asked, with both saying yes. Leroy Garrett and Heather Cooke were also originally meant to be a part of team Las Vegas, but then producers went about with the hybrid team for two reasons: the entire Las Vegas team was planned around Trishelle and Alton, and Cooke and Dustin refused to appear on the Challenge together. Carley Johnson was also supposed to be a part of the Fresh Meat team instead of Cara Maria; Cara didn't receive her own authentic jersey until after the first mission. There was a Road Rules team consisting of Rachel Robinson, Katie Doyle, Darrell Taylor, and Derrick Kosinski; apparently Shane Landrum and Susie Meister were also asked (Shane being the alternate). Real World: San Diego also would have had their own team, consisting of Brad Fiorenza, Robin Hibbard, Cameran Eubanks, and Randy Barry, but Randy backed out. Jamie Chung was also contacted for Team San Diego, but obviously declined. And then there is the Team Sydney situation, where the entire team of KellyAnne Judd, Ashli Robson, Dunbar Merrill, and Isaac Stout arrived but was sent home for unknown reasons before filming; they were replaced by team Fresh Meat. Laurel Stucky also was tested for this Challenge, but she backed out, not wanting to be on the same team as Big Easy. A Denver team of Jenn Grijalva, Colie Edison, Brooke LaBarbera, Tyrie Brown, and Davis Mallory was contacted but did not come to fruition. Nick Brown and Will Gilbert from Hollywood were on board but Brianna Taylor, Brittini Sherrod, and Kimberly Alexander declined. Callie Walker, Emily Schromm, Ty Ruff, and Josh Colon from DC with Mike Manning as an alternate were originally a team, but they were dropped when Callie became pregnant. Ashlee Feldman was the alternate for NOLA (and Sahar Dika had also been contacted); Nehemiah Clark was the alternate for Austin. Emilee Fitzpatrick was the alternate for Cancun; Ayiiia Elizarraras was also contacted but declined due to school. LaToya Jackson and Brandon Swift were alternates for St. Thomas. Baya Voce at some point was contacted; when she declined, Sarah Rice was cast instead. Luke Wolfe and Bronne Bruzgo were both contacted, but declined.
Rivals II - Numerous people were tested but not used, including Ashley Kelsey and Brandon Swift. Brandon Kane received an availability call but nothing further. Averey Tressler and Nia Moore were asked, but Nia was not available. Ruthie Alcaide, Susie Meister, Dustin Zito, Svetlana Shusterman, Katie Doyle, Marie Roda, Emilee Fitzpatrick, and Tori Fiorenza were all contacted for this Challenge. Ayiiia Elizarraras was an alternate, along with her rival Cara Maria who was eventually cast. LaToya Jackson and Laura Waller was another alternate team. Evan Starkman, despite being banned from the Challenges, received an availability call for this Challenge. Tyler Duckworth was dropped and replaced by Ty Ruff when the initial desired format, a Duel III, was changed to Rivals II.
Free Agents - Tyler Duckworth was part of the initial cast but dropped at the last second. Paula Meronek is speculated to have dropped out because of Tyler. Brad Fiorenza was originally going to appear, but declined due to the BGC-esque style the show was taking. Heather Cooke was slated to appear, but dropped out several weeks before the departure date. KellyAnne Judd also dropped out of this Challenge. Joi Niemeyer and Averey Tressler were female alternates; Nehemiah Clark and Trey Weatherholtz were male alternates. Sam McGinn was asked and accepted, but also was not cast. Heather Marter accepted the availability call, but declined the second offer to be on this Challenge because Dustin was going to be on it. Coral Smith was asked and offered a lot of money to appear, but declined because she was not in shape. Marlon Williams declined in order to focus on his music career. Ryan Knight was dropped after his assault on Frank Sweeney at the Rivals II reunion. Marie Roda, Katie Doyle, Svetlana Shusterman, Landon Lueck, Danny Jamieson, and Anastasia Miller were asked and declined. Susie Meister received an availability call, but declined as well over a pay dispute.
Battle of the Exes II – Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were an alternate team. Many people were asked but turned down the initial call, such as Alton Williams, Brad and Tori Fiorenza, Brian Williams and Jenny Delich, Frank Sweeney and Alexandra Govere, Marlon Williams, Robb Schreiber, Jenn Grijalva, Johanna Botta, Laurel Stucky, Lauren Ondersma, and Susie Meister. CJ Koegel declined due to his modeling and fitness contract. Darrell Taylor and Rachel Robinson, Dunbar Merrill and Ashli Robson, Eric Patrick and Sahar Dika, Brandon Swift and LaToya Jackson, Ashley Kelsey, Emilee Fitzpatrick, Jamie Larson, and Joi Niemeyer all accepted the initial availability call but were ultimately not cast; some of these were likely alternates or alternate teams. Eric Banks, Cohutta Grindstaff, and Trishelle Cannatella all also received availability calls. Cory Wharton was asked and said yes, but all of his possible exes declined; the same situation happened for Derek Chavez. Shanley McIntee was contacted and accepted, but her ex Chris Tolleson declined. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were heavily wanted, but Danny had to drop out due to his work schedule. Others that were heavily wanted by production but ended up declining anyway were Anastasia Miller, Heather Marter, Svetlana Shusterman, and Trisha Cummings. Jasmine Reynaud accepted the initial availability call but declined the invitation to appear on this Challenge. Ashley Mitchell received an availability call but nothing further. Marie Roda accepted the invitation to appear on this Challenge, but her ex Robb declined.
Battle of the Bloodlines – Arielle Scott, Jamie Larson, and Bruno Bettencourt (and his brother Briah) all declined. Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were contacted but unable to fit the theme. Emilee Fitzpatrick & her sister, Mandi Moyer & her brother, and Layton Jones & his cousin accepted but did not make the final cast. Brad Fiorenza & his brother were going to be cast, but his brother dropped out. Nia Moore and her sister Makeda were going to be cast, but Makeda dropped out to attend graduate school. Laurel Stucky and her cousin were going to do this Challenge, but Laurel dropped out after not wanting to sign the medical release form. Marie Roda and her sister Victoria also dropped out two weeks before departure. These two teams were subsequently replaced with Christina LeBlanc/Emily Reese and Jenna Compono/Brianna Julig. Brittany Baldassari was contacted and accepted, but her brother dropped out during testing. Derek Chavez and his cousin accepted but were ultimately not cast. Jay Gotti and Jessica Andreatta received availability calls.
Rivals III – Bruno Bettencourt was cast, but dropped out at the last minute. Sylvia Elsrode agreed to participate, but dropped out two weeks before the departure date. Mandi Moyer and Derek Chavez accepted the initial availability call. Jenny Delich Jamie Larson, Jason Hill, Cara Maria Sorbello, and Brian Williams all declined this Challenge. Jay Gotti received an availability call.
Invasion – Emilee Fitzpatrick and Dylan Moore were alternates for this season; they actually flew out to Thailand with the cast just in case they were needed. Sam McGinn and Derrick Kosinski were the alternates for the Champions team. Devyn Simone, Sarah Rice, Johnny Reilly, Jordan Wiseley, Landon Lueck, Paula Meronek, and Wes Bergmann all declined this Challenge. Shane Raines and Trey Weatherholtz accepted the availability call but were not cast. Averey Tressler also accepted and did testing for this Challenge, but was later dropped. A large number of people did receive availability calls for this Challenge, including: Adam Kuhn, Brandon Swift, Brianna Julig, Brittany Baldassari, Cheyenne Floyd, Cohutta Grindstaff, Devin Walker-Molaghan, Dione Mariani, Hannah Rathbun, Jamie Larson, Jay Gotti, Jemmye Carroll, Jenna Thomason, KellyAnne Judd, Leroy Garrett, Madison Walls, Nate Siebenmark, Nicole Ramos, Raphy Medrano, Rashida Beach, Robb Schreiber, Sabrina Kennedy, Simone Kelly, Thomas Buell, and Vince Gliatta. Champions that were contacted include Abram Boise, Emily Schromm, and Jamie Banks.
Dirty 30 – Coral Smith initially accepted, but dropped out several weeks before departure. Sarah Rice, Nany Gonzalez, Wes Bergmann, Theresa Gonzalez, Paula Meronek, and Shane Landrum all declined this Challenge. Alicia Wright dropped out the night before departure due to a ruptured appendix and was replaced with Jenna Compono, although Briana LaCuesta was their first choice (she would later replace Ashley) yet was at work and missed the call. Jay Gotti accepted the call but dropped out due to his work schedule. Anna Stack, Ayiiia Elizarraras, Jennifer Geoghan, Jonna Mannion, Robbie Padovano, and Tyara Hooks all received an availability call.
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2014.08.24 22:53 mycousinvinny r/baseball HOF Wrap-up Nomination Ballot and Discussion Thread

We've reached the end of this chapter of the /baseballHOF project. We have no more new players to consider, but even after electing four new players last week (see full results here), and 233 players to date in this project, we have a good number of candidates that deserve further consideration. Listed below are all of the non-elected players that have received at least 25% of the vote in a previous election.
While we are wrapping up our voting here, that doesn't mean this subreddit is going away. I'd like to use this post to officially announce our next project, a year-by-year historical re-vote of major awards. While the details are not yet set and are up for discussion, I'd just like to let anyone interested know that we'll likely be starting that project in the coming weeks. So stay tuned for an official introduction announcement that I'll be posting shortly after we wrap-up this week's voting.
We'll also be revisiting our HOF here yearly to review newly eligible candidates. That will likely take place in the spring.
Last week we elected four new HOF players. Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay, and Todd Helton were our final new candidates to be elected on their first ballot attempt. Andruw Jones joined them in his second attempt.
Falling just a vote short are some guys who figure to be interesting candidates for our final ballot, Fred McGriff and Scott Rolen with 72% each. Kevin Brown (67%), Jim Edmonds (61%) and Billy Wagner (50%) were the only other candidates to receive support from at least half the voters.
This week's ballot is going to be a hybrid combining a few different methods that we've utilized in our past elections. First off on this ballot, featuring the players listed below, check off any and all players you feel deserve to be considered in next week's final ballot. Those players will all receive one point.
Next, in a post below, list your top 10 choices for further consideration. These players can be either those in the list below or anyone else you feel deserves consideration, as long as he is not already elected into the /baseballHOF. In your listing, please rank the players. Your top choice will receive 10 points, second 9, third 8, etc.
Nobody will be elected this week; this exercise is merely a means to take this wide open group and consolidate it down to a manageable top 25 players to consider in next week's final ballot.
Candidates to Consider for Final Election
Apologies for no links, but with how large this group is there wouldn't be enough space. If you would like, please include links for players when you list your top ten below.
Albert Belle
Andy 'Lefty' Cooper
Babe Adams
Bernie Williams
Bid McPhee
Bill Mazeroski
Billy Pierce
Billy Wagner
Bob Caruthers
Bob Johnson
Bob Lemon
Bobby Bonds
Bret Saberhagen
Bruce Sutter
Buddy Bell
Burleigh Grimes
Cal McVey
Candy Cummings
Carlos Delgado
Catfish Hunter
Charlie Bennett
Charlie Keller
Chief Bender
Chuck Klein
Clark Griffith
Cupid Childs
Curt Flood
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Dobie Moore
Dolf Luque
Don Newcombe
Dutch Leonard
Dwight Gooden
Earle Combs
Edd Roush
Eddie Cicotte
Eppa Rixey
Ernie Lombardi
Frank Chance
Frank Howard
Fred McGriff
Gavvy Cravath
Gene Tenace
George Kell
George Kelly
Ghost Marcelle
Gil Hodges
Hack Wilson
Harry Stovey
Heinie Groh
Heinie Manush
Hippo Vaughn
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Hugh Duffy
Hughie Jennings
Jack Quinn
Jeff Kent
Jim Creighton
Jim Edmonds
Jim Kaat
Jim O'Rourke
Jim Rice
Jimmy Collins
Joe Sewell
Joe Start
Joe Tinker
Johan Santana
John Olerud
Johnny Evers
Jorge Posada
Jose Mendez
Judy Johnson
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Lance Berkman
Lee Smith
Lefty Gomez
Leon Day
Maury Wills
Mickey Lolich
Mickey Vernon
Mickey Welch
Minnie Minoso
Moses Fleetwood Walker
Nellie Fox
Norm Cash
Omar Vizquel
Orel Hershiser
Orlando Cepeda
Paul Hines
Pete Browning
Phil Rizzuto
Pie Traynor
Rabbit Maranville
Ray Brown
Reggie Smith
Rick Reuschel
Rocky Colavito
Roger Bresnahan
Roger Maris
Rollie Fingers
Ross Barnes
Rube Foster
Rusty Staub
Sachio Kinugasa
Sam Rice
Sam Thompson
Sammy Sosa
Scott Rolen
Smoky Joe Wood
Thurman Munson
Tip O'Neill
Tom Henke
Tommy Bond
Tommy John
Tony Oliva
Tony Perez
Urban Shocker
Vada Pinson
Vic Willis
Vida Blue
Waite Hoyt
Wally Schang
Wes Ferrell
Wilbur Cooper
Will Clark
Willie Davis
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 315
HOF Players - 233
Hitters - 165
Pitchers - 68
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 21
RF - 22
SP - 63
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 63 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 21 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 60 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Fifteen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 33 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 31 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 233 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 225 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 52 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who will likely battle it out to be in the top 25 this week. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to NOMINATION BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday August 30, 2014
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Due to some computer issues, Final Ballot will be posted Tuesday 9/2 in the evening.
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2014.08.18 01:19 mycousinvinny 2013 r/baseball HOF Ballot and Discussion Thread

LINK to 2013 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, August 23, 2014
RESULTS of 2012 and all previous elections
The /baseball Hall of Fame
Thank you for taking part in the /baseball Hall of Fame. The /baseball HOF was established as a means of starting a fresh Hall of Fame from scratch, to correct the mistakes made by the actual Hall. To keep up with the project please subscribe to /baseballHOF
To vote in this election, please follow the link above to a Google Form survey ballot. If a favorite player of yours is not listed on the ballot, and should be eligible, please use the text box to let me know and I will include him in the next ballot. To be eligible, a player must be retired by the date of the election, or essentially retired, that is he played in fewer than 10 games total in the years following the election. Also, a player must not already be elected to the /baseball HOF.
A player who appears in 15 elections without being elected will be removed from the ballot.
To remain on the ballot, a player is required to obtain yes votes on at least 10% of total ballots. All contributors who receive at least one vote will appear on the next ballot. See below for more info.
Those players who fall off the ballot will be referred to the Veterans Committee, which can be found at /baseballHOFVC
The complete results from 2012 can be found on the spreadsheet linked above. Check out the HOF tab for information on those we've enshrined so far.
This week's election (2013) will be our last featuring new players. We will hold one more election next week to give holdovers another chance. Our Veteran's Committee is still working, currently looking at players of the late 1970's and early 1980's. The committee will continue looking at players and contributors even though next week will be our last ballot here. If you are interested in nreamining with the project, please send myself or IAMADeinonychusAMA a message and we'll add you to the Veterans' Committee.
We had 16 ballots cast last week, and we elected eight new HOFers. Elected unanimously we're first-timers on our ballot Chipper Jones, Ivan Rodriguez and Jim Thome. In their fourth attempts, Larry Walker and Rafael Palmeiro received 94% and 81%, respectively. Also receiving 81% were Kenny Lofton and Vladimir Guerrero. Narrowly making the 75% threshold was Gary Sheffield.
The top vote-getters of the non-elected players were Andruw Jones (69%), Fred McGriff (69%) and Kevin Brown (69%) who all missed by a single vote. Also coming up just short were Billy Wagner (63%), Dale Murphy (63%), Rollie Fingers (63%), Scott Rolen (63%), David Cone (56%), Jim Edmonds (56%), Jeff Kent (50%), Lee Smith (50%), and Yutaka Fukumoto (50%).
Falling off the ballot this week is Jim Kaat, who failed to be elected in 15 attempts. He peaked at 40% support, but only received 19% in his final try. All candidates who fall off the ballot will receive further consideration from our Veterans Committee. If you are interested in participating in the VC, please send me or IAMADeinonychusAMA a PM and we'll add you to the committee.
See spreadsheet for full results of last week and all previous elections.
2013 Election Candidates
Returning to the Ballot:
Albert Belle
Andruw Jones
Billy Wagner
Bret Saberhagen
Buddy Bell
Carlos Delgado
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Fred McGriff
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Jamie Moyer
Jeff Kent
Jim Edmonds
Jim Rice
Johan Santana
John Olerud
Johnny Damon
Jorge Posada
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Lee Smith
Magglio Ordonez
Nomar Garciaparra
Omar Vizquel
Rollie Fingers
Sachio Kinugasa*
Sammy Sosa
Scott Rolen
Tim Wakefield
Tom Henke
Tommy John
Will Clark
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto*
New Players to the Ballot
Andy Pettitte
Carlos Lee
Chris Carpenter
Derek Lowe
Hideki Matsui
Lance Berkman
Livan Hernandez
Mariano Rivera
Michael Young
Miguel Tejada
Roy Halladay
Roy Oswalt
Todd Helton
*Never appeared in MLB
Contributors Ballot
The Contributors' Ballot is again going to be over at our Veterans' Committee this week, so there will be no Contributors questions on our ballot. If you would like to join in the conversation, jump on over to /baseballHOFVC. If you are interested in voting in the VC election, please shoot a message to IAMADeinonychusAMA.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 307
HOF Players - 229
Hitters - 163
Pitchers - 66
C - 17
1B - 24
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 20
RF - 22
SP - 62
RP - 4
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 62 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 4 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 24 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 20 - Andre Dawson (1998), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to 2013 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday August 23, 2014
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions.
EDIT
The Veterans' Committee just finished looking at some players from the 1970's that had not quite crossed the 75% threshold. While looking at a large group of players, the only one to receive 75% support from VC members was longtime Tigers catcher Bill Freehan.
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2014.08.10 20:59 mycousinvinny 2012 r/baseball HOF Ballot and Discussion Thread

LINK to 2012 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, August 16, 2014
RESULTS of 2010 and all previous elections
The /baseball Hall of Fame
Thank you for taking part in the /baseball Hall of Fame. The /baseball HOF was established as a means of starting a fresh Hall of Fame from scratch, to correct the mistakes made by the actual Hall. To keep up with the project please subscribe to /baseballHOF
To vote in this election, please follow the link above to a Google Form survey ballot. If a favorite player of yours is not listed on the ballot, and should be eligible, please use the text box to let me know and I will include him in the next ballot. To be eligible, a player must be retired by the date of the election, or essentially retired, that is he played in fewer than 10 games total in the years following the election. Also, a player must not already be elected to the /baseball HOF.
A player who appears in 15 elections without being elected will be removed from the ballot.
To remain on the ballot, a player is required to obtain yes votes on at least 10% of total ballots. All contributors who receive at least one vote will appear on the next ballot. See below for more info.
Those players who fall off the ballot will be referred to the Veterans Committee, which can be found at /baseballHOFVC
The complete results from 2010 can be found on the spreadsheet linked above. Check out the HOF tab for information on those we've enshrined so far.
We had 28 ballots cast last week, and we elected seven new HOFers, all first-timers on our ballot. The Kid Ken Griffey Jr. was a unanimous selection. Expos and Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez was named on 93% of ballots. His Red Sox teammate Manny Ramirez was selected by 89% of voters as were aces John Smoltz. Mike Mussina, and Randy Johnson. Joining the class of 2012 with exactly 75% of the vote is longtime Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.
The top vote-getters of the non-elected players were Kenny Lofton (71%) and Larry Walker (71%) who both missed by a single vote. Also coming up just short were Gary Sheffield (64%), Rafael Palmeiro (61%), Fred McGriff (57%), Billy Wagner (50%), Rollie Fingers (50%), Kevin Brown (46$) and Carlos Delgado (43%).
Falling off the ballot this week is Reggie Smith, who failed to be elected in 15 attempts. He peaked at 40% support, but only received 25% in his final try.
In the danger zone for falling off the ballot are Jim Kaat (entering his 15th), Rollie Fingers (14th), Buddy Bell (12th), Darrell Evans (12th), Jim Rice (12th), and Tommy John (12th). All candidates who fall off the ballot will receive further consideration from our Veterans Committee. If you are interested in participating in the VC, please send me or IAMADeinonychusAMA a PM and we'll add you to the committee.
The Veterans Committee held a special election looking at announcers and writers. Seven new HOFers were selected. Writers Fred Lieb and Ring Lardner were chosen. Announcers Bob Elson, Bob Prince, Buck Canel, Curt Gowdy, and Jerry Coleman were also elected.
See spreadsheet for full results of last week and all previous elections.
2012 Election Candidates
Returning to the Ballot:
Albert Belle
Billy Wagner
Bret Saberhagen
Buddy Bell
Carlos Delgado
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Dwight Gooden
Fred McGriff
Gary Sheffield
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Jeff Kent
Jim Edmonds
Jim Kaat
Jim Rice
John Olerud
Kenny Lofton
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Larry Walker
Lee Smith
Nomar Garciaparra
Orel Hershiser
Rafael Palmeiro
Rollie Fingers
Sachio Kinugasa*
Sammy Sosa
Tom Henke
Tommy John
Will Clark
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto*
New Players to the Ballot
Andruw Jones
Chipper Jones
Edgar Renteria
Ivan Rodriguez
J.D. Drew
Jamie Moyer
Javier Vazquez
Jim Thome
Johan Santana
Johnny Damon
Jorge Posada
Kevin Millwood
Magglio Ordonez
Mike Cameron
Omar Vizquel
Scott Rolen
Tim Wakefield
Vlad Guerrero
*Never appeared in MLB
Contributors Ballot
The Contributors' Ballot is again going to be over at our Veterans' Committee this week, so there will be no Contributors questions on our ballot. If you would like to join in the conversation, jump on over to /baseballHOFVC. If you are interested in voting in the VC election, please shoot a message to IAMADeinonychusAMA.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 298
HOF Players - 220
Hitters - 154
Pitchers - 66
C - 15
1B - 22
2B - 18
3B - 21
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 19
RF - 19
SP - 62
RP - 4
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 62 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 4 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 15 - Bill Dickey (1948), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 22 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 21 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 19 - Andre Dawson (1998), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 19 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to 2012 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday August 16, 2014
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions.
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2014.08.03 22:34 mycousinvinny 2010 r/baseball HOF Ballot and Discussion Thread

LINK to 2010 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, August 9, 2014
RESULTS of 2008 and all previous elections
The /baseball Hall of Fame
Thank you for taking part in the /baseball Hall of Fame. The /baseball HOF was established as a means of starting a fresh Hall of Fame from scratch, to correct the mistakes made by the actual Hall. To keep up with the project please subscribe to /baseballHOF
To vote in this election, please follow the link above to a Google Form survey ballot. If a favorite player of yours is not listed on the ballot, and should be eligible, please use the text box to let me know and I will include him in the next ballot. To be eligible, a player must be retired by the date of the election, or essentially retired, that is he played in fewer than 10 games total in the years following the election. Also, a player must not already be elected to the /baseball HOF.
A player who appears in 15 elections without being elected will be removed from the ballot.
To remain on the ballot, a player is required to obtain yes votes on at least 10% of total ballots. All contributors who receive at least one vote will appear on the next ballot. See below for more info.
Those players who fall off the ballot will be referred to the Veterans Committee, which can be found at /baseballHOFVC
The complete results from 2008 can be found on the spreadsheet linked above. Check out the HOF tab for information on those we've enshrined so far.
Last week we posted the results thread directly to baseball. Thank you to the moderators over there for setting that up, and welcome to all the new voters that are joining us going forward.
We had 50 ballots cast last week, and we elected eight new HOFers, all first-timers on our ballot. Braves aces Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine led the voting at 96% and 92% respectively. Craig Biggio and Frank Thomas followed at 88% each, with Mike Piazza right behind them at 86%. Barely making the cut were Barry Bonds, Curt Schilling and Roger Clemens.
The top vote-getters of the non-elected players were Mike Mussina (60%), Larry Walker (56%), Rollie Fingers (48%), Kenny Lofton (48%), Rafael Palmeiro (46%), and Fred McGriff (44%).
Falling off the ballot this week is Thurman Munson, who failed to be elected in 15 attempts. He peaked at 64% support, but only received 32% in his final try.
In the danger zone for falling off the ballot are Reggie Smith (entering his 15th), Jim Kaat (14th), Rollie Fingers (13th), Buddy Bell (11th), Darrell Evans (11th), Jim Rice (11th), and Tommy John (11th). All candidates who fall off the ballot will receive further consideration from our Veterans Committee. If you are interested in participating in the VC, please send me or IAMADeinonychusAMA a PM and we'll add you to the committee.
See spreadsheet for full results of last week and all previous elections.
2010 Election Candidates
Returning to the Ballot:
Albert Belle
Bernie Williams
Bret Saberhagen
Buddy Bell
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Dwight Gooden
Fred McGriff
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Jeff Kent
Jim Kaat
Jim Rice
John Olerud
Kenny Lofton
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Larry Walker
Lee Smith
Mike Mussina
Orel Hershiser
Rafael Palmeiro
Reggie Smith
Rollie Fingers
Sachio Kinugasa*
Sammy Sosa
Tom Henke
Tommy John
Will Clark
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto*
New Players to the Ballot
Billy Wagner
Brandon Webb
Brian Giles
Carlos Delgado
Darin Erstad
Garret Anderson
Gary Sheffield
Jason Kendall
Jason Schmidt
Jermaine Dye
Jim Edmonds
John Smoltz
Ken Griffey Jr.
Manny Ramirez
Mark Grudzielanek
Nomar Garciaparra
Pedro Martinez
Randy Johnson
Tom Gordon
Trevor Hoffman
Troy Glaus
Troy Percival
*Never appeared in MLB
Contributors Ballot
The Contributors' Ballot is again going to be over at our Veterans' Committee this week, so there will be no Contributors questions on our ballot. If you would like to join in the conversation, jump on over to /baseballHOFVC. If you are interested in voting in the VC election, please shoot a message to IAMADeinonychusAMA.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 284
HOF Players - 213
Hitters - 152
Pitchers - 61
C - 15
1B - 22
2B - 18
3B - 21
SS - 18
LF - 21
CF - 18
RF - 19
SP - 58
RP - 3
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 58 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 3 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972)
Catcher 15 - Bill Dickey (1948), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 22 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 21 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 21 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 18 - Andre Dawson (1998), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 19 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Willie Keeler (1922)
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2013.09.23 15:13 hero0fwar New On TV For The Week Of 9/23/13

Full list of shows through 10/13/13

9/23/13 - Monday

How I Met Your Mother
Show Summary
Ted is a single, 27-year-old architect living with his two best friends from his college years; Marshall Eriksen, a law student, and Lily Aldrin, a kindergarten teacher and aspiring artist. Lily and Marshall have been dating for almost nine years when Marshall finally proposes
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/HIMYM CBS USA
2 Broke Girls
Show Summary
2 Broke Girls is a comedy about two young women waitressing at a greasy spoon diner who strike up an unlikely friendship in the hopes of launching a successful business - if only they can raise the cash. Sassy, streetwise Max works two jobs just to get by, one of which is waiting tables during the night shift at the retro-hip Williamsburg Diner. Sophisticated Caroline is an uptown trust fund princess who's having a run of bad luck that forces her to reluctantly give waitressing a shot
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/2BrokeGirls CBS USA
The Voice (US)
Show Summary
The Voice is a competition show where the best of the best singers compete against each other in a competition to be able to be coached by the finest coaches in the music industry. Host Carson Daly along with Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Cee-Lo Green, and Adam Levine will look at the talent first in a Blind Audition where the coaches are going to have to pick 4 singers who are going to be good for them to coach. Each week an elimation resulting in one person on their team to compete for the title as "The Voice" in a live finale
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/TheVoice NBC USA
Mom
Show Summary
Christy is a waitress at a posh Napa Valley establishment who is four months sober and doing her best to be a good mom and overcome a history of questionable choices. Her sobriety is tested when Bonnie, her recovering alcoholic mom, reappears chock-full of passive-aggressive insights into Christy's many mistakes
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/MomTV CBS USA
Hostages
Show Summary
A high-octane suspense drama that centers on Dr. Ellen Sanders, a premier surgeon thrust into a chilling political conspiracy when she and her family are held captive in their home by rogue FBI Agent Duncan Carlisle, a desperate man doing the wrong thing for the right reasons, who orders Dr. Sanders to assassinate the President when she operates on him
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/Hostages CBS USA
The Blacklist
Show Summary
For decades, ex-government agent Raymond "Red" Reddington has been one of the FBI's Most Wanted fugitives. Brokering shadowy deals for criminals across the globe, Red was known by many as "The Concierge of Crime". Now, he's mysteriously surrendered to the FBI with an explosive offer: He will help catch a long-thought-dead terrorist, Ranko Zamani, under the condition that he speaks only to Elizabeth Keen, an FBI profiler fresh out of Quantico. For Liz, it's going to be one hell of a first day on The Job
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/TheBlacklist NBC USA
Castle
Show Summary
Meet Richard Castle: he's a successful murder-mystery writer who has just killed off his main character. However, it seems one of his fans liked his books just a bit too much when a copycat murderer starts running around killing people as described in Castle's books
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/CastleTV ABC USA

9/24/13 - Tuesday

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Show Summary
After the events that took place in THE AVENGERS, Agent Phil Coulson returns to the worldwide law enforcement organization S.H.I.E.L.D. where he puts together a small, highly trained, team of Agents to tackle the cases that haven't been classified yet. Together they investigate the new, the strange and the unknown around the globe, protecting the ordinary from the extraordinary
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/shield ABC USA
NCIS
Show Summary
Leading this team that operates outside of the military chain of command is NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a skilled investigator and interrogator who is smart, tough and willing to bend the rules to get the job done
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/NCIS CBS USA
The Goldbergs
Show Summary
Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the '80s. For geeky 11-year-old Adam these were his wonder years, and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. The Goldbergs are a loving family like any other, just with a lot more yelling. Mom Beverly is a classic "smother", an overbearing, overprotective matriarch who rules this brood with 100% authority and zero sense of boundaries
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/TheGoldbergs ABC USA
NCIS: Los Angeles
Show Summary
NCIS: Los Angeles is a drama about the high stakes world of undercover surveillance at the Office of Special Projects (OSP), a division of NCIS that is charged with apprehending dangerous and elusive criminals that pose a threat to the nation's security. By assuming false identities and utilizing the most advanced technology, this team of highly trained agents goes deep undercover, putting their lives on the line in the field to bring down their targets
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/NCISLA CBS USA
Trophy Wife
Show Summary
They say the third time's the charm, and reformed party girl Kate is hoping that's true when she becomes Pete's third wife. She fell into his arms (literally) at a karaoke bar, and a year later Kate's got an insta-family, complete with three stepchildren and two ex-wives
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/TrophyWife ABC USA
Lucky 7
Show Summary
In Astoria, Queens, a group of seven gas station employees have been chipping into a lottery pool for months, never thinking they'd actually win
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/Lucky7 ABC USA
Person of Interest
Show Summary
John Reese, a former Green Beret and CIA field officer, was living as a vagrant in New York City after the death of the woman he loves. He is approached by Harold Finch, a reclusive billionaire computer genius who is living under an assumed identity. Finch explains that after September 11, 2001, he built a computer system for the government that uses information gleaned from omnipresent surveillance to predict future terrorist attacks
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/PersonOfInterest CBS USA
Chicago Fire
Show Summary
No job is more stressful, dangerous or exhilarating than those of the Firefighters, Rescue Squad and Paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51. These are the courageous men and women who forge headfirst into danger when everyone else is running the other way. But the enormous responsibilities of the job also take a personal toll
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/ChicagoFire NBC USA

9/25/13 - Wednesday

The Middle
Show Summary
Who are our modern day heroes? Politicians? Movie Stars? Athletes? Maybe... But what about the heroes of everyday life? Some of us think parents are heroes, and mothers are often super heroes. Meet Frankie Heck loving wife, mother of three and a car salesman at Jasper, Indiana's number one used car dealership. Frankie is middle class in the middle of the country and approaching middle age. Her super powers? Getting her kids out the door in one piece every morning! Jasper, Indiana is Frankie Heck's hometown a town nestled in between two factories. And depending on which way the wind blows, one day it will smell like snack cakes or another day, tires
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/TheMiddle ABC USA
Revolution
Show Summary
Fifteen years ago an unknown phenomenon permanently disabled all advanced technology on the planet, ranging from computers and electronics to car engines and batteries. People were forced to adapt to a world without technology, and due to the collapse of public order, many areas are ruled by warlords and militias
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/RevolutionNBC NBC USA
Back In The Game
Show Summary
Terry Gannon Jr. was an All Star softball player until life threw her a few curve balls - a baby, a lost college scholarship and a loser for a husband. After striking out on her own, Terry and her son, Danny, move in with her estranged father, Terry Sr., aka "The Cannon". The Cannon is an opinionated, beer-guzzling, ex-athlete who never quite made the cut either as a single father or professional baseball player
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/BackInTheGame ABC USA
Criminal Minds
Show Summary
Criminal Minds revolves around an elite team of FBI profilers who analyse the country's most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next move before they strike again
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/CriminalMinds CBS USA
Modern Family
Show Summary
When the Pritchett, Delgado and Dunphy families agree to be interviewed by a documentary crew, they have no idea just how much they're about to reveal about themselves. Jay Pritchett met the stunning Columbian Gloria when she bartended in a bikini at the pool party he threw for himself the day his wife left him. Now Jay and Gloria are married and Jay tries hard to keep up with his much younger and hotter wife and her passionate teenage son, Manny
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/Modern_Family ABC USA
CSI
Show Summary
In the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, its reputation for providing instant success for those willing to try their luck draws in the hopeful and the naive. This constant influx of visitors also provides ripe targets for criminals of all varieties, confident they will never be caught. Unfortunately for them, most are proven wrong by the Las Vegas Police Department's night shift Crime Scene Investigations unit led by ex-stripper and single parent Catherine Willows
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/CSI CBS USA
South Park
Show Summary
South Park is an award-winning animated series from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. They have invented a whole town full of colorful personalities, where a group of eight-year-old boys try to understand the world around them. Their parents, teachers, and town leaders all mean well, but the boys learn through their misadventures that even adults make mistakes, and even the youngest and slowest
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/SouthPark Comedy Central USA
Nashville
Show Summary
Chart-topping Rayna James is a country legend who's had a career any singer would envy, though lately her popularity is starting to wane. Fans still line up to get her autograph, but she's not packing the arenas like she used to. Rayna's record label thinks a concert tour, opening for up-and-comer Juliette Barnes, the young and sexy future of country music, is just what Rayna needs
Subreddit Network Country of Orgin
/NashvilleTV ABC USA
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