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Backyard Owners Standings History

Records

Most Wins in a Season: 19, Lobman, 2008

Most Losses in a Season: 17, Butch/09, Mitchell/11, Lenny/13

Highest Winning % in a Season: .863, Lobman, 2008

Lowest Winning % in a Season: .100, Lenny, 2011

Most Career Wins: Mikey T, 139

Most Career Losses: Cliff, 116

Most Career Ties: Heroy, 13

Most Double Digit Win Seasons: Mikey T, 9

Most Double Digit Loss Seasons: Cliff, 8

Most Wins in 22 Game Era: Mikey T, 46

Most Losses in 22 Game Era: Cliff, 45

Most Wins in 20 Game Era: Lobman, 76

Most Losses in 20 Game Era: Cliff, 71

Most Wins in 18 Game Era: Mikey T and Brian, 22

Most Losses in 18 Game Era: Shane, 30

Mike Lobman

  • 2018: 8-10
  • 2017: 9-8-1
  • 2016: 9-8-3
  • 2015: 12-6-2
  • 2014: 12-8
  • 2013: 10-8-2
  • 2012: 15-5
  • 2011: 17-3
  • 2010: 11-11
  • 2009: 11-11
  • 2008: 19-3

All time record

Regular Season: 133-81-8

Mikey T

  • 2018: 13-4-1
  • 2017: 9-8-1
  • 2016: 8-9-3
  • 2015: 10-8-2
  • 2014: 12-8
  • 2013: 12-6-2
  • 2012: 13-7
  • 2011: 16-4
  • 2010: 14-8
  • 2009: 15-7
  • 2008: 17-5

All Time Record

Regular Season: 139-74-9

Ryan McLaughlin

  • 2018: 13-5
  • 2017: 5-12-1
  • 2016: 7-13
  • 2015: 10-9-1
  • 2014: 13-7
  • 2013: 7-10-3
  • 2012: 8-12
  • 2011: 14-6
  • 2010: 15-7
  • 2009: 9-13
  • 2008: 13-9

All Time Record

Regular Season: 114-103-5

Greg Heroy

  • 2018: 7-9-2
  • 2017: 6-6-6
  • 2016: 11-7-2
  • 2015: 11-6-3
  • 2014: 7-13
  • 2013: 16-4
  • 2012: 10-10
  • 2011: 7-13
  • 2010: 15-7
  • 2009: 16-6
  • 2008: 4-18

All Time Record

Regular Season: 110-99-13

Ryan “Rojo” Johnson

  • 2018: 8-7-3
  • 2017: 8-9-1
  • 2016: 11-8-1
  • 2015: 6-14
  • 2014: 6-14
  • 2013: 10-10
  • 2012: 13-7
  • 2011: 14-6
  • 2010: 15-7
  • 2009: 14-8
  • 2008: 11-11

All Time Record

Regular Season: 116-101-5

Mike Odom

  • 2018: 7-10-1
  • 2017: 10-6-2
  • 2016: 12-6-2
  • 2015: 11-7-2

All Time Record

Regular Season: 40-29-7

Sean McLaughlin

  • 2018: 8-10
  • 2017: 11-3-4
  • 2016: 12-7-1
  • 2015: 8-12

All Time Record

Regular Season: 39-32-5

Brian Smith

  • 2018: 12-6
  • 2017: 10-6-2
  • 2016: 12-8
  • 2015: 9-8-3
  • 2014: 10-10
  • 2013: 10-10

All Time Record

Regular Season: 63-43-5

Sean Dochney

  • 2018: 8-9-1
  • 2017: 8-7

All Time Record

Regular Season: 16-16-1

Shane McCann

  • 2018: 2-16
  • 2017: 3-14-1

All Time Record

Regular Season: 5-30-1

Defunct Franchises

Cliff Bajor

  • 2016: 4-16
  • 2015: 7-9-4
  • 2014: 10-10
  • 2013: 6-10-4
  • 2012: 6-14
  • 2011: 8-12
  • 2010: 5-17
  • 2009: 6-16
  • 2008: 10-12

All Time Record

Regular Season: 62-116-8

Odom & McLaughlin

  • 2014: 14-6
  • 2013: 16-3-1
  • 2012: 11-9
  • 2011: 9-11

All Time Record

Regular Season: 50-29-1

Robert Connor

  • 2017: 1-1-1
  • 2016: 7-11-2
  • 2015: 6-11-3
  • 2014: 11-9

All Time Record

Regular Season: 25-32-6

Lenny T

  • 2014: 5-15
  • 2013: 1-17-2
  • 2012: 8-12
  • 2011: 7-13
  • 2010: 10-12
  • 2009: 9-13
  • 2008: 6-16

All Time Record

Regular Season: 46-98-2

Peter Mitchell

  • 2013: 5-15
  • 2012: 9-11
  • 2011: 3-17
  • 2010: 9-13
  • 2009: 13-9

All Time Record

Regular Season: 39-65

Butch

  • 2012: 7-13
  • 2011: 5-15
  • 2010: 9-13
  • 2009: 5-17

All Time Record

Regular Season: 26-58

Figs

  • 2008: 14-8

Some Guy

  • 2010: 7-15
  • 2009: 12-10
  • 2008: 7-15

All Time Record

Regular Season: 26-40

Backyard Owners Standings History

2018 BCS Media Guide

To view the Lacey BackdoorSliderz BCS Media Monday portion, click here.

To view the Astoria Isotopes BCS Media Monday portion, click here.

Astoria Isotopes

Established: 2008

Owner: Mikey T

#1 Seed

13-4-1 Regular Season Record

Isotopes Batting Leaders*

*as of Monday, 8/27/18

Runs

  1. Blackmon, 94
  2. Arenado, 83
  3. Segura, 79
  4. K. Davis, 74
  5. Judge, 70

Doubles

  1. Olson, 28
  2. Segura, 28
  3. Arenado, 27
  4. Moustakas, 27
  5. K. Davis, 24

Triples

  1. Blackmon, 6
  2. Y. Sanchez, 4
  3. Profar, 4
  4. Dickerson, 3
  5. Arenado, 2
  6. Segura, 2

Home Runs

  1. K. Davis, 39
  2. Arenado, 31
  3. Judge, 26
  4. Blackmon, 23
  5. Moustakas, 22

Runs Batted In

  1. K. Davis, 103
  2. Arenado, 90
  3. Moustakas, 74
  4. Judge, 61
  5. Segura, 57

Steals

  1. Segura, 18
  2. M. Smith, 9
  3. Blackmon, 8
  4. Y. Sanchez, 6
  5. Judge, 6

On Base Percentage

  1. Judge, .398
  2. Arenado, .394
  3. Posey, .359
  4. Profar, .347
  5. Segura, .344
  • Isotopes 2018 Hitters (players that appeared in 50+ games)
  • Isotopes 2018 Pitchers (Top 5 most IPs for SP, top 3 most IPs for RP)

    Isotopes Pitching Leaders*

    *as of Monday, 8/27

    Wins

    1. Sale, 12
    2. Keuchel, 10
    3. Hamels, 9
    4. Quintana, 7
    5. G. Gonzalez, 6

    Quality Starts

    1. Keuchel, 17
    2. Sale, 17
    3. Hamels, 12
    4. Quintana, 7
    5. 3 ties with 6

    Complete Games

    1. Hamels, 1
    2. Keuchel, 1

    Strikeouts

    1. Sale, 219
    2. Hamels, 144
    3. Keuchel, 125
    4. G. Gonzalez, 90
    5. Quintana, 84

    Holds

    1. Betances, 10
    2. Ottavino, 9
    3. Robertson, 7
    4. Jeffress, 4
    5. Romo, 4

    Saves

    1. Romo, 12
    2. Rondon, 10
    3. Strop, 6
    4. Greene, 6
    5. Parker, 5
    6. Strickland, 5

    ERA

    1. Sale, 1.97
    2. Freeland, 2.43
    3. Keuchel, 3.54
    4. G. Gonzalez, 3.76
    5. Hamels, 3.82

    How they got here

    • Defeated River City Bad Dudes 6-5-3 in Semifinals

    BCS Starters*

    *As of midnight eastern time, Monday, 8/26

    Lacey BackdoorSliderz

    Established: 2017

    Owner: Sean Dochney

    #5 Seed

    8-9-1 Regular Season Record

    BackdoorSliderz Batting Leaders*

    *as of Monday, 8/27

    Runs

    1. Bregman, 86
    2. Albies, 85
    3. Carpenter, 84
    4. Freeman, 80
    5. Polanco, 67

    Doubles

    1. Bregman, 40
    2. Freeman, 35
    3. Carpenter, 34
    4. Albies, 32
    5. Polanco, 28

    Triples

    1. Polanco, 6
    2. T. Hernandez, 5
    3. Albies, 3
    4. Freeman, 3
    5. 4 tied with 2

    Home Runs

    1. Carpenter, 33
    2. Shaw, 26
    3. Bregman, 24
    4. Acuna Jr., 21
    5. Albies, 21

    Steals

    1. Altuve, 14
    2. Albies, 12
    3. Acuna Jr., 11
    4. Bregman, 10
    5. Polanco, 9

    On Base Percentage

    1. Soto, .409
    2. Freeman, .397
    3. Turner, .396
    4. Altuve, .393
    5. Carpenter, .387
    6. Bregman, .387

    BackdoorSliderz 2018 Hitters (players that appeared in +50 games)

    BackdoorSliderz 2018 Pitchers (Top 5 most IP for SP, top 3 most IP for RP)

    BackdoorSliderz Pitching Leaders*

    *as of Monday, 8/27

    Wins

    1. Taillon, 10
    2. deGrom, 8
    3. Grienke, 8
    4. Stripling, 7
    5. Buehler, 6

    Quality Starts

    1. deGrom, 22
    2. Taillon, 15
    3. Grienke, 11
    4. Buehler, 8
    5. Stripling, 8

    Complete Games

    1. Taillon, 2
    2. deGrom, 1

    Strikeouts

    1. deGrom, 214
    2. Taillon, 139
    3. Ray, 111
    4. Buehler, 102
    5. Grienke, 88

    Holds

    1. Bradley, 29
    2. Hirano, 10
    3. Venters, 3
    4. Osuna, 2
    5. 8 tied with 1

    Saves

    1. Norris, 19
    2. Knebel, 15
    3. Barraclough, 8
    4. Neris, 6
    5. Bradley, 3

    ERA

    1. deGrom, 1.71
    2. Grienke, 2.41
    3. Buehler, 2.51
    4. Stripling, 2.87
    5. Taillon, 3.49

    How they got here

      Defeated Renegade Force 14-0-0 in Wildcard
      Defeated Warriors 10-2-2 in Semifinals

    BCS Starters*

    *As of midnight eastern time, Monday, 8/26

    BCS Quick Facts

    • This is the first #1 vs #5 matchup in BCS history.
    • The Isotopes are the 5th #1 seed to reach the BCS Finals. Previous teams have gone 4-0.
    • The BackdoorSliderz are the 4th #5 seed to reach the BCS Finals. Previous teams have gone 1-2.
    • This marks the 5th straight time a Wildcard team has made the BCS Finals, and 9th out of 11th time total.
    • BackdoorSliderz owner Sean Dochney is looking to join Sean McLaughlin & Mike Odom as the only expansion-era owners to win the BCS Title.
    • With a loss, Isotopes owner Mikey T will become sole owner of the record for most Backyard playoff losses
    • This is the 9th time in 11 instances that an owner named Mike has made the BCS Finals.
    2018 BCS Media Guide

    2019 Spring & All Star Draft Order

    Spring Draft (consists of 1 round)

    1. Morning Wood
    2. X*Rayz
    3. OGTFC
    4. X*Rayz via Bears
    5. Bad Dudes
    6. Renegade Force
    7. Banana Slugs
    8. Warriors
    9. Isotopes
    10. BackdoorSliderz

    Trades:

    • X*Rayz acquired Bears 1 (4) in Castellanos deal

    All Star Break Draft (consists of 3 rounds)

    1. Morning Wood
    2. X*Rayz
    3. OGTFC
    4. X*Rayz via Bears
    5. Bad Dudes
    6. Renegade Force
    7. Banana Slugs
    8. Warriors
    9. Isotopes
    10. BackdoorSliderz

    Trades:

    • X*Rayz receive Bad Dudes 3rd round pick for SP Jon Lester
    • X*Rayz receive Bears 1 (4) in Castellanos deal
    • Bears receive X*Rayz 3 (1) in Castellanos deal
    2019 Spring & All Star Draft Order

    Backyard Playoff History

    The BCS Finals History

    • BCS I: #1 Lobman over #6 Cliff in 2008
    • BCS II: #2 Mikey T over #5 N2P in 2009
    • BCS III: #1 Ryan over #2 Heroy in 2010
    • BCS IV: #5 Sean & Odom over #3 Ryan in 2011
    • BCS V: #4 Sean & Odom over #6 Peter Mitchell in 2012
    • BCS VI: #1 Sean & Odom over #2 Heroy in 2013
    • BCS VII: #2 Ryan over #5 Connor in 2014
    • BCS VIII: #1 Lobman over #6 Brian in 2015
    • BCS IX: #4 Heroy over #6 Lobman in 2016
    • BCS X: #3 Odom over #4 Lobman in 2017
    • BCS XI: #5 Dochney over #1 Mikey T

    Seed History

    • #1 Seed: 4-1
    • #2 Seed: 2-2
    • #3 Seed: 1-1
    • #4 Seed: 2-1
    • #5 Seed: 2-2
    • #6 Seed: 0-4

    Backyard Franchise Playoff Records

    • Most games played: Mike Lobman, 22
    • Most wins: Mike Lobman, 13
    • Most losses: Mikey T, 9
    • Most BCS Title wins: Odom & Sean, 3
    • Most consecutive BCS Title wins: Sean & Odom, 3
    • Most consecutive BCS losses: Mike Lobman, 2
    • Most BCS Title Appearances: Mike Lobman/Mike Odom*, 4
    • Most consecutive playoff seasons: Mike Lobman, 11
    • Most consecutive BCS Appearances: Sean & Odom/Mike Lobman, 3
    • Most consecutive playoff wins: Sean & Odom, 8
    • Most consecutive playoff losses: Rojo, 6
    • Longest playoff win drought: Rojo, 8 years (2010)
    • Most #1 Seeds: Mike Lobman, 4
    • Most Bye’s: Mikey T, 5
    • Most consecutive Bye’s: Heroy (twice), Mikey T (twice), Lobman, Sean & Odom, Sean, 2
    • Most consecutive #1 Seeds: Mike Lobman/Odom & Sean, 2

    The Originals

    Mike Lobman (13-9)

    Finals Appearances (2-2)

    • Defeated Cliff in 2008
    • Defeated Brian in 2015
    • Defeated by Heroy in 2016
    • Defeated by Odom in 2017

    Semifinals Appearances (4-7)

    • Defeated Ryan in 2008
    • Defeated by T in 2009
    • Defeated by Ryan in 2010
    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2011
    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2012
    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2013
    • Defeated by Ryan in 2014
    • Defeated Ryan in 2015
    • Defeated Odom in 2016
    • Defeated Sean in 2017
    • Defeated by Mikey T in 2018

    Wildcard Appearances (7-0)

    • Defeated Rojo in 2009
    • Defeated T in 2010
    • Defeated Rojo in 2013
    • Defeated Cliff in 2014
    • Defeated Brian in 2016
    • Defeated T in 2017
    • Defeated Brian in 2018

    Record by Opponent

    • 2-0 vs Cliff
    • 3-0 vs Brian
    • 0-1 vs Heroy
    • 1-1 vs Odom
    • 2-2 vs Ryan
    • 0-3 vs Odom & Sean
    • 2-0 vs Rojo
    • 2-2 vs T
    • 1-0 vs Sean

    Seeding History

    • #1 in 2008
    • #6 in 2009
    • #5 in 2010
    • #1 in 2011
    • #1 in 2012
    • #4 in 2013
    • #3 in 2014
    • #1 in 2015
    • #6 in 2016
    • #4 in 2017
    • #6 in 2018

    Mikey T (4-9)

    Finals Appearances (1-1)

    • Defeated N2P in 2009
    • Defeated by Dochney in 2018

    Semifinals Appearances (2-4)

    • Defeated by Cliff in 2008
    • Defeated Lobman in 2009
    • Defeated by Ryan in 2011
    • Defeated by Peter Mitchell in 2012
    • Defeated by Heroy in 2013
    • Defeated Lobman in 2018

    Wildcard Appearances (1-4)

    • Defeated by Lobman in 2010
    • Defeated Brian in 2013
    • Defeated by Connor in 2014
    • Defeated by Ryan in 2015
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2017

    Record by Opponent

    • 2-2 vs Lobman
    • 0-2 vs Ryan
    • 1-0 vs N2P
    • 0-1 vs Cliff
    • 0-1 vs Peter Mitchell
    • 0-1 vs Heroy
    • 1-0 vs Brian
    • 0-1 vs Connor
    • 0-1 vs Dochney

    Seeding History

    • #2 in 2008
    • #2 in 2009
    • #4 in 2010
    • #2 in 2011
    • #2 in 2012
    • #3 in 2013
    • #4 in 2014
    • #4 in 2015
    • #6 in 2017
    • #1 in 2018

    Ryan McLaughlin (8-4)

    Finals History (2-1)

    • Defeated Heroy in 2010
    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2011
    • Defeated Connor in 2014

    Semifinals History (3-3)

    • Defeated by Lobman in 2008
    • Defeated Lobman in 2010
    • Defeated T in 2011
    • Defeated Lobman in 2014
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2015
    • Defeated by Dochney in 2018

    Wildcard History (3-0)

    • Defeated Rojo in 2008
    • Defeated Cliff in 2011
    • Defeated T in 2015

    Record by Opponent

    • 1-0 vs Heroy
    • 0-1 vs Odom & Sean
    • 1-0 vs Connor
    • 2-2 vs Lobman
    • 2-0 vs T
    • 1-0 vs Rojo
    • 1-0 vs Cliff
    • 0-1 vs Dochney

    Seeding History

    • #4 in 2008
    • #1 in 2010
    • #3 in 2011
    • #2 in 2014
    • #5 in 2015
    • #2 in 2018

    Ryan “Rojo” Johnson (1-8)

    Semifinals History (0-1)

    • Defeated by Heroy in 2010

    Wildcard History (1-7)

    • Defeated by Ryan in 2008
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2009
    • Defeated Lenny in 2010
    • Defeated by Sean & Odom in 2011
    • Defeated by Peter Mitchell in 2012
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2013
    • Defeated by Heroy in 2016
    • Defeated by Dochney in 2018

    Record by Opponent

    • 0-2 vs Heroy
    • 0-1 vs Ryan
    • 0-2 vs Lobman
    • 1-0 vs Lenny
    • 0-1 vs Sean & Odom
    • 0-1 vs Peter Mitchell
    • 0-1 vs Dochney

    Seeding History

    • #5 in 2008
    • #3 in 2009
    • #3 in 2010
    • #4 in 2011
    • #3 in 2012
    • #5 in 2013
    • #5 in 2016
    • #4 in 2018

    Greg Heroy (5-5)

    Final Appearances (1-2)

    • Defeated by Ryan in 2010
    • Defeated by Sean & Odom in 2013
    • Defeated Lobman in 2016

    Semifinals Appearances (3-2)

    • Defeated by N2P in 2009
    • Defeated Rojo in 2010
    • Defeated T in 2013
    • Defeated by Brian in 2015
    • Defeated Sean in 2016

    Wildcard Appearances (1-1)

    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2012
    • Defeated Rojo in 2016

    Record by Opponent

    • 0-1 vs Ryan
    • 0-2 vs Sean & Odom
    • 1-0 vs Lobman
    • 2-0 vs Rojo
    • 1-0 vs T
    • 0-1 vs Brian
    • 1-0 vs Sean

    Seeding History

    • #1 in 2009
    • #2 in 2010
    • #5 in 2012
    • #2 in 2013
    • #2 in 2015
    • #4 in 2016

    The Expansion Era

    Sean McLaughlin & Mike Odom (8-1)

    Finals History (3-0)

    • Defeated Ryan in 2011
    • Defeated Peter Mitchell in 2012
    • Defeated Greg in 2013

    Semifinals History (3-1)

    • Defeated Lobman in 2011
    • Defeated Lobman in 2012
    • Defeated Lobman in 2013
    • Defeated by Connor in 2014

    Wildcard History (2-0)

    • Defeated Rojo in 2011
    • Defeated Heroy in 2012

    Record by Opponents

    • 1-0 vs Ryan
    • 1-0 vs Peter Mitchell
    • 2-0 vs Greg
    • 3-0 vs Lobman
    • 1-0 vs Rojo
    • 0-1 vs Connor

    Seeding History

    • #5 in 2011
    • #4 in 2012
    • #1 in 2013
    • #1 in 2014

    Sean McLaughlin (0-2)

    Semifinals History (0-2)

    • Defeated by Heroy in 2016
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2017

    Seeding History

    • #2 in 2016
    • #1 in 2017

    Record by Opponent

    • 0-1 vs Lobman
    • 0-1 vs Heroy

    Mike Odom (3-2)

    Finals History (1-0)

    • Defeated Lobman in 2017

    Semifinals History (1-1)

    • Defeated by Lobman in 2016
    • Defeated Brian in 2017

    Wildcard History (1-1)

    • Defeated by Brian in 2015
    • Defeated Dochney in 2017

    Records by Opponent

    • 1-1 vs Lobman
    • 1-1 vs Brian
    • 1-0 vs Dochney

    Seeding History

    • #3 in 2015
    • #1 in 2016
    • #3 in 2017

    Brian Smith (2-5)

    Finals History (0-1)

    • Defeated by Lobman in 2015

    Semifinals History (1-1)

    • Defeated Heroy in 2015
    • Defeated by Odom in 2017

    Wildcard History (1-3)

    • Defeated by T in 2013
    • Defeated Odom in 2015
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2016
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2018

    Record by Opponent

    • 0-3 vs Lobman
    • 1-0 vs Heroy
    • 1-1 vs Odom
    • 0-1 vs T

    Seeding History

    • #6 in 2013
    • #6 in 2015
    • #3 in 2016
    • #2 in 2017
    • #3 in 2018

    Sean Dochney (3-1)

    Finals Record (1-0)

    • Defeated Mikey T in 2018
  • Semifinals Record (1-0)
    • Defeated Ryan in 2018

    Wildcard Record (1-1)

    • Defeated by Odom in 2017
    • Defeated Rojo in 2018

    Record by Opponent

    • 1-0 vs Rojo
    • 0-1 vs Odom
    • 1-0 vs Ryan
    • 1-0 vs Mikey T

    Seeding History

    • #6 in 2017
    • #5 in 2018

    Shane McCann (0-0)

    No Playoff Appearances

    Defunct Franchises

    Cliff Bajor (2-3)

    Finals Appearances (0-1)

    • Defeated by Lobman in 2008

    Semifinals Appearances (1-0)

    • Defeated T in 2008

    Wildcard Appearances (1-2)

    • Defeated Figs in 2008
    • Defeated by Ryan in 2011
    • Defeated by Lobman in 2014

    Record by Opponent

    • 0-2 vs Lobman
    • 1-0 vs T
    • 1-0 vs Figs
    • 0-1 vs Ryan

    Seeding History

    • #6 in 2008
    • #6 in 2011
    • #6 in 2014

    Robert Connor (2-1)

    Finals History (0-1)

    • Defeated by Ryan in 2014

    Semifinals History (1-0)

    • Defeated Odom & Sean in 2014

    Wildcard History (1-0)

    • Defeated Mikey T in 2014

    Record by Opponents

    • 1-0 vs Odom & Sean
    • 1-0 vs Mikey T
    • 0-1 vs Ryan

    Seeding History

    • #5 in 2014

    Peter Mitchell (2-2)

    Finals History (0-1)

    • Defeated by Odom & Sean in 2012

    Semifinals History (1-0)

    • Defeated Mikey T in 2012

    Wildcard History (1-1)

    • Defeated by N2P in 2009
    • Defeated Rojo in 2012

    Record by Opponent

    • 1-0 vs Mikey T
    • 1-0 vs Rojo
    • 0-1 vs Odom & Sean

    Seeding History

    • #4 in 2009
    • #6 in 2012

    Lenny T (0-1)

    Wildcard Appearances

    • Defeated by Rojo in 2010

    Seeding History

    • #6 in 2010

    Michael “Figs” Belfiglio (0-1)

    Wildcard Appearances

    • Defeated by Cliff in 2008

    Seeding History

    • #3 in 2008
    Backyard Playoff History

    Backyard Draft History

    This draft history begins with the 2017 Spring draft, the inaugural selection process following the move to the dynasty format and addition of rights players.

    Backyard Rights Draft Records, Feats, and Notes

    • Highest drafted positional player (Spring): 1st, Mickey Moniak, 2017
    • Highest drafted positional player (ASB): 2nd, Luis Robert, 2017
    • Highest drafted pitcher (Spring): 1st, Forrest Whitley, 2018
    • Highest drafted pitcher (ASB): 1st, Hunter Greene, 2017. Casey Mize, 2018
    • Youngest player drafted (Spring): 16 years, Wander Franco, 2017
    • Youngest player drafted (ASB): 17 years, Hunter Greene, 2017
    • Youngest 1st Rounder drafted (Spring): 17 years, Kevin Maitan, #7 overall, 2017
    • Youngest 1st Rounder drafted (ASB): 17 years, Hunter Greene, #1st overall, 2017
    • Highest Drafted Catcher: 4th, Joey Bart, ASB 2018
    • Highest Drafted 1B: 5th, Brendan McKay, ASB, 2017
    • Highest Drafted 2B: 5th, Nick Madrigal, ASB, 2018
    • Highest Drafted SS: 7th, Kevin Maitan, Spring, 2017 & Fernando Tatis Jr., ASB, 2017
    • Highest Drafted 3B: 3rd, Nick Senzel, Spring, 2017
    • Highest Drafted OF: 1st, Mickey Moniak, Spring, 2017
    • Highest Drafted SP: 1st, Greene, Whitley, Mize
    • Highest Drafted RP: 8th, Yoshi Hirano, Spring, 2018
    • Most Positional Players taken in Round 1: 7, ASB, 2018
    • Most Pitchers taken in Round 1: 6, Spring, 2018

    2017 Spring Draft

    1. Morning Wood: Mickey Moniak, OF

    2. Pine Lake Punchouts: Jason Groome, SP

    3. FR 3 Eyed Fish: Nick Senzel, 3B

    4. Isotopes: Javy Baez, IF

    5. Bad Dudes: Joe Kelly, SP/RP

    6. Rojos’s Resurgence: Kyle Tucker, OF

    7. OGTFC: Kevin Maitan, SS

    8. Banana Slugs: Kyle Lewis, OF

    9. Moonz: Mitch Keller, SP

    10. OGTFC: Sean Manaea, SP

    Round 2

    1. Morning Wood: Matt Manning, SP

    2. Pine Lake Punchouts: Alex Verdugo, OF

    3. FR 3 Eyed Fish: Ian Anderson, SP

    4. Isotopes: Eric Fedde, SP

    5. Bad Dudes: A.J. Puk, SP

    6. Rojo’s Resurgence: Corey Ray, OF

    7. OGTFC: Kyle Barraclough, RP

    8. Banana Slugs: Zack Collins, C

    9. Moonz: Grant Dayton, RP

    10. X-Rayz: Eric Thames, OF

    Round 3

    1. Morning Wood: Braxton Garrett, SP

    2. Pine Lake Punchouts: Blake Rutherford, OF

    3. FR 3 Eyed Fish: Sean Reid-Foley, SP

    4. Isotopes: Mike Napoli, DH

    5. Bad Dudes: Lazarito Armenteros, OF

    6. Rojo’s Resurgence: Tom Murphy, C

    7. OGTFC: Cal Quantrill, SP

    8. Banana Slugs: Ryan Buchter, RP

    9. Moonz: A.J. Minter, SP

    10. X-Rayz: Delvin Perez, SS

    2017 All Star Break Rights Draft

    1. BackdoorSliderz: Hunter Greene, SP

    2. Morning Wood: Luis Robert, OF

    3. BackdoorSliderz: Juan Soto, OF

    4. X-Rayz: Walker Buehler, SP

    5. Punchouts: Brendan McKay, 1B

    6. Renegades: Shohei Ohtani, P/DH

    7. BackdoorSliderz: Fernando Tatis Jr., SS

    8. Banana Slugs: Bo Bichette, SS

    9. Moonz: Mackenzie Gore, SP

    10. X-Rayz: Royce Lewis, SS

    Round 2

    1. Morning Wood: Kyle Wright, SP

    2. Punchouts: Shane Baz, SP

    3. Bad Dudes: Adrian Morejon, SP

    4. Isotopes: Harrison Bader, OF

    5. Bad Dudes: Wander Franco, SS

    6. Renegades: Shintaro Fujinami, SP

    7. OGTFC: Corbin Burnes, P

    8. Banana Slugs: Taylor Trammel, OF

    9. Moonz: Luis Urias, 2B

    Round 3

    1. Punchouts: Tim Tebow, OF

    2. Bad Dudes: Jo Adell, OF

    3. Isotopes: Justin Dunn, SP

    4. Renegades: Nick Pratto, 1B

    5. Banana Slugs: Estevan Florial, OF

    2018 Spring Draft

    1. Warriors: Forrest Whitley, SP

    2. X*Rayz: Jesus Sanchez, OF

    3. Warriors: Heliot Ramos, OF

    4. OGTFC: Jon Duplantier, SP

    5. OGTFC: Alec Hansen, SP

    6. BackdoorSliderz: Keston Hiura, 2B

    7. Banana Slugs: Brandon Marsh, OF

    8. BackdoorSliderz: Yoshi Hirano, RP

    9. Isotopes: Michael Baez, SP

    10. Moonz: Chance Adams, SP

    Round 2

    1. Morning Wood: Keibert Ruiz, C

    2. Warriors: Ryan Mountcastle, SS

    3. Renegades: Pavin Smith, 1B

    4. Bad Dudes: Juan Pablo Martinez, OF

    5. BackdoorSliderz: Mike Zunino, C

    6. Isotopes: Albert Abreu, SP

    7. Bad Dudes: Kaz Makita, RP

    8. Moonz: Carter Kieboom, SS

    9. Bad Dudes: Abdert Azolay, SP

    10. X*Rayz: Kevin Merrell, UTIL

    Round 3

    1. Morning White: Evan White, 1B

    2. Renegades: Pass

    3. OGTFC: Brent Rooker, 1B

    4. BackdoorSliderz: Corey Dickerson, OF

    5. Isotopes: Tyler Mahle, SP

    6. Banana Slugs: Alex Kiriloff, OF

    7. Moonz: Jhailyn Ortiz, OF

    8. Bad Dudes: Blake Treinen, RP

    9. X*Rayz: J.P. Crawford, 3B

    2018 All Star Break Draft

    1. BackdoorSliderz: Casey Mize, SP

    2. X*Rayz: Yusei Kukechi, SP

    3. Renegades: Jesus Luzardo, SP

    4. OGTFC: Joey Bart, C

    5. Morning Wood: Nick Madrigal, IF

    6. Bad Dudes: Victor Victor Mesa, OF

    7. Banana Slugs: Alec Bohm, 3B

    8. Morning Wood: Jonathan India, IF

    9. X*Rayz: Cavan Biggio, 2B

    10. Warriors: Christian Pache, OF

    Round 2

    1. Bad Dudes: Yordan Alvarez, OF

    2. Warriors: Akil Badoo, OF

    3. Isotopes: Brady Singer, SP

    4. Isotopes: Matthew Liberatore, SP

    5. Bears: Nolan Gorman, 3B

    6. Isotopes: Logan Gilbert, SP

    7. Bears: Shane McCallahan, SP

    History by franchise

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (1): Mickey Moniak, OF

    2 (1): Matt Manning, SP

    3 (1): Braxton Garrett, SP

    2018

    2 (1): Keibert Ruiz, C

    3 (1): Evan White, 1B

    All Star Break Draft History

    2017

    1 (2): Luis Robert, OF

    2 (1): Kyle Wright, SP

    2018

    1 (5): Nick Madrigal, IF

    1 (8): Jonathan India, IF

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (2): Jason Groome, SP

    2 (2): Alex Verdugo, OF

    3 (2): Blake Rutherford, OF

    2018

    1 (1): Forrest Whitley, SP

    1 (3): Heliot Ramos, OF

    2 (2): Ryan Mountcastle, SS

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (5): Brendan McKay, 1B

    2 (2): Shane Baz, SP

    3 (1): Tim Tebow, OF

    2018

    1 (10): Christian Pache, OF

    2 (2): Akil Badoo, OF

    Spring Draft History

    2017 (Picks made by Connor)

    1 (3): Nick Senzel, 3B

    2 (3): Ian Anderson, SP

    3 (3): Sean Reid-Foley, SP

    2018

    1 (6): Keston Hiura, 2B

    1 (8): Yoshi Hirano, RP

    2 (5): Mike Zunino, C

    3 (4): Corey Dickerson, OF

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (1): Hunter Greene, SP

    1 (3): Juan Soto, OF

    1 (7): Fernando Tatis Jr., SS

    2018

    1 (1): Casey Mize, SP

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (4): Javy Baez, IF

    2 (4): Eric Fedde, SP

    3 (4): Mike Napoli, DH

    2018

    1 (9): Michael Baez, SP

    2 (6): Albert Abreu, SP

    3 (5): Tyler Mahle, SP

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    2 (4): Harrison Bader, OF

    3 (3): Justin Dunn, SP

    2018

    2 (3): Brady Singer, SP

    2 (4): Matthew Liberatore, SP

    3 (6): Logan Gilbert, SP

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (5): Joe Kelly, SP/RP

    2 (5): A.J. Puk, SP

    3 (5): Lazarito Armenteros, OF

    2018

    2 (4): Juan Pablo Martinez, OF

    2 (7): Kaz Makita, RP

    2 (9): Adbert Azolay, SP

    3 (8): Blake Treinen, RP

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    2 (3): Adrian Morejon, SP

    2 (5): Wander Franco, SS

    3 (2): Jo Adell, OF

    2018

    1 (6): Victor Victor Mesa, OF

    2 (1): Yordan Alvarez, OF

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (6): Kyle Tucker, OF

    2 (6): Corey Ray, OF

    3 (6): Tom Murphy, C

    2018

    2 (3): Pavin Smith, 1B

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (6): Shohei Ohtani, SP/DH

    2 (6): Shintaro Fujinami, SP

    3 (4): Nick Pratto, 1B

    2018

    1 (3): Jesus Luzardo, SP

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (7): Kevin Maitan, SS

    2 (7): Kyle Barraclough, RP

    3 (7): Cal Quantrill, SP

    2018

    1 (4): Jon Duplantier, SP

    1 (5): Alec Hansen, SP

    3 (3): Brent Rooker, 1B

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    2 (7): Corbin Burnes, P

    2018

    1 (4): Joey Bart, C

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (8): Kyle Lewis, OF

    2 (8): Zack Collins, C

    3 (8): Ryan Buchter, RP

    2018

    1 (7): Brandon Marsh, OF

    3 (6): Alex Kiriloff, OF

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (8): Bo Bichette, SS

    2 (8): Taylor Trammel, OF

    3 (5): Estevan Florial, OF

    2018

    1 (7): Alec Bohm, 3B

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    1 (9): Mitch Keller, SP

    2 (9): Grant Dayton, RP

    3 (9): A.J. Minter, RP

    2018

    1 (10): Chance Adams, SP

    2 (8): Carter Kieboom, SS

    3 (7): Jhailyn Ortiz, OF

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (9): MacKenzie Gore, SP

    2 (9): Luis Urias, 2B

    2018

    2 (5): Nolan Gorman, 3B

    2 (7): Shane McCallahan, SP

    Spring Draft History

    2017

    2 (10): Eric Thames, OF

    3 (10): Delvin Perez, SS

    2018

    1 (2): Jesus Sanchez, OF

    2 (10): Kevin Merrell, UTIL

    3 (9): J.P. Crawford, SS

    All Star Draft History

    2017

    1 (4): Walker Buehler, SP

    1 (10): Royce Lewis, SS

    2018

    1 (2): Yusei Kekuchi, SP

    1 (9): Cavan Biggio, 2B

    Backyard Draft History

    Backyard Awards

    MVP Award

    2017: Charlie Blackmon (OF), Nolan Arenado (3B)

    2018: Jose Ramirez (2B/3B)

    Doc Halladay Award

    2017: Chris Sale, Zack Grienke

    2018: Max Scherzer

    Mariano Rivera Reliever of the Year Award

    2017: Greg Holland, Craig Kimbrel

    2018: Edwin Diaz

    Golden Gavel Award

    2017: Aaron Judge (OF)

    2018: Juan Soto (OF)

    Jose Fernandez Golden Arm Award

    2017: Jacob Faria

    2018: Seranthony Dominguez

    Postseason Awards

    Derek Jeter BCS MVP Award

    2017: Jose Ramirez

    2018: Alex Bregman

    Carlos Beltran Postseason MVP Award

    2018: Ronald Acuna Jr.

    ESPN Player Rater All Star Team

    2017

    C: J.T. Realmuto

    C: Buster Posey

    1B: Paul Goldschmidt

    1B: Joey Votto

    2B: Daniel Murphy

    2B: Jose Altuve

    SS: Elvis Andrus

    SS: Xander Bogaerts

    3B: Jose Ramirez

    3B: Nolan Arenado

    LF: Eric Thames

    LF: Corey Dickerson

    CF: Charlie Blackmon

    CF: Andrew McCutchen

    RF: Aaron Judge

    RF: Bryce Harper

    1B/3B: Jake Lamb

    1B/3B: Travis Shaw

    2B/SS: Dee Gordon

    2B/SS: Corey Seager

    OF: George Springer

    OF: Mookie Betts

    UTIL: Billy Hamilton

    UTIL: Carlos Correa

    UTIL: Anthony Rizzo

    UTIL: Kris Bryant

    SP: Max Scherzer

    SP: Chris Sale

    SP: Corey Kluber

    SP: Clayton Kershaw

    SP: Ivan Nova

    SP: Ervin Santana

    SP: Marcus Stroman

    SP: Zack Grienke

    SP: Carlos Martinez

    SP: Jacob deGrom

    RP: Greg Holland

    RP: Chris Devenski

    RP: Kenley Jansen

    RP: Corey Knebel

    P: Brandon Kintzler

    P: Jason Vargas

    P: Andrew Miller

    P: Alex Wood

    2018

    C: Willson Contreras

    1B: Freddie Freeman

    2B: Javier Baez

    SS: Trevor Story

    3B: Jose Ramirez (2nd)

    LF: Andrew Benintendi

    CF: Mike Trout

    RF: Mookie Betts (2nd)

    1B/3B: Alex Bregman

    2B/SS: Francisco Lindor

    OF: J.D. Martinez

    UTIL: Starling Marte

    UTIL: Nolan Arenado (2nd)

    SP: Max Scherzer

    SP: Luis Severino

    SP: Justin Verlander

    SP: Jose Berrios

    SP: Gerrit Cole

    RP: Edwin Diaz

    RP: Blake Treinen

    P: Corey Kluber (2nd)

    P: Craig Kimbrel

    Season Crowns

    Runs

    2017: Charlie Blackmon, OF (106 Runs)

    2018: Francisco Lindor, SS & Mookie Betts, OF (99 Runs)

    Doubles

    2017: Jose Ramirez, IF/LF (37 Doubles)

    2018: Eduardo Escobar, IF (42 Doubles)

    Triples

    2017: Charlie Blackmon, OF (13 Triples)

    2018: Ketel Marte, IF (10 Triples)

    Home Runs

    2017: Giancarlo Stanton, OF (42 Home Runs)

    2018: J.D. Martinez, OF (37 Home Runs)

    Runs Batted In

    2017: Nolan Arenado, 3B (100 RBIs)

    2018: J.D. Martinez, OF (104 RBIs)

    Steals

    2017: Billy Hamilton, OF (49 Steals)

    2018: Trea Turner, SS (32 Steals)

    On Base Percentage

    2017: Joey Votto, 1B (.446 OBP)

    2018: Mike Trout, CF (.459 OBP)

    Wins

    2017: Clayton Kershaw (15 Wins)

    2018: Max Scherzer & Luis Severino (15 Wins)

    Quality Starts

    2017: Chris Sale (20 QS)

    2018: Max Scherzer (22 QS)

    Strikeouts

    2017: Chris Sale (241 Ks)

    2018: Max Scherzer (227 Ks)

    Complete Games

    2017: Ervin Santana (5 CGs)

    2018: Kluber, Taillon, Berrios, Carrasco, Paxton (2 CGs)

    Holds:

    2017: Taylor Rogers (26 Holds)

    2018: Archie Bradley (30 Holds)

    Saves

    2017: Greg Holland & Alex Colome (34 Saves)

    2018: Edwin Diaz (46 Saves)

    ERA

    2017: Clayton Kershaw (2.04 ERA)

    2018: Jacob deGrom (1.77 ERA)

    Voting History

    2018

    Scoring: 5 points for 1st place, 3 for 2nd, 1 for 3rd

    MVP Award

    Jose Ramirez: 42 points (7 1st place votes)

    Mike Trout: 15 points (2 1st place votes)

    Mookie Betts: 12 points

    Javy Baez: 11 points (1 1st place vote)

    J.D. Martinez: 7 points

    Francisco Lindor: 2 points

    Matt Carpenter*: 1 point (Write-in)

    Doc Halladay Award

    Max Scherzer: 46 points (9 1st place votes)

    Justin Verlander: 19 points (1 1st place vote)

    Chris Sale: 10 points

    Jacob deGrom: 8 points

    Trevor Bauer: 4 points

    Gerrit Cole: 1 point

    Golden Gavel Award

    Juan Soto: 40 points (6 1st place votes)

    Gleyber Torres: 22 points (2 1st place votes)

    Miguel Andujar: 16 points (2 1st place votes)

    Shohei Ohtani: 5 points

    Ronald Acuña: 5 points

    Brian Anderson: 2 points

    Mariano Rivera Award

    Edwin Diaz: 46 points (8 1st place votes)

    Blake Treinen: 26 points (1 1st place vote)

    Josh Hader: 16 points (1 1st place vote)

    Aroldis Chapman: 1 point

    Dellin Betances*: 1 point (Write-in)

    Jose Fernandez Award

    Seranthony Dominguez: 35 points (5 1st place votes)

    Lou Trivino: 30 points (4 1st place votes)

    Jack Flaherty: 14 points (1 1st place vote)

    Yoshi Hirano: 5 points

    Shohei Ohtani: 4 points

    Jordan Hicks: 2 points

    Backyard Awards