My Old 1986 Fantasy Baseball Team

I finally checked out Hot Tub Time Machine this weekend…. and while the idea of creating Lougle is a pretty good one, I’d probably opt for dominating the fantasy sports world – after inventing it of course. To that end, I traveled back to ’86 and found my old fantasy baseball roster. My team was stacked….

C -Tony Pena, Pittsburgh. 56 R, 10 HR, 52 RBI, 9 SB, .288 avg

1B – Von Hayes, Philadelphia. 107 R, 19 HR, 98 RBI, 24 SB, .305 avg

2B – Steve Sax, Los Angeles. 91 R, 6 HR, 56 RBI, 40 SB, .330 avg

SS – Cory Snyder, Cleveland. 58 R, 24 HR, 69 RBI, 2 SB, .272 avg

3B – Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia. 97 R, 37 HR, 119 RBI, 1 SB, .290 avg

OF – Tim Raines, Montreal. 91 R, 9 HR, 62 RBI, 70 SB, .334 avg

OF – Kevin Bass, Houston. 83 R, 20 HR, 79 RBI, 22 SB, .311 avg

OF – Eric Davis, Cincinnati. 97 R, 27 HR, 71 RBI, 80 SB, .277 avg

UTIL – Kirby Puckett, Minnesota. 119 R, 31 HR, 96 RBI, 20 SB, .328 avg

BN – Danny Tartabull, Seattle. 76 R, 25 HR, 96 RBI, 4 SB, .270 avg

SP – Charlie Hough, Texas. 17 Wins, 3.79 ERA

SP – Mike Krukow, San Francisco. 20 Wins, 3.05 ERA

SP – Frank Viola, Minnesota. 16 Wins, 4.51 ERA

SP – Curt Young, Oakland. 13 Wins, 3.45 ERA

RP – Dave Righetti, New York. 46 Saves, 2.45 ERA

RP – Tom Henke, Toronto. 27 Saves, 3.35 ERA

BN – Oil Can Boyd, Boston. 16 Wins, 3.78 ERA.

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5 responses to “My Old 1986 Fantasy Baseball Team

  • The Fantasy Geek

    Damn, mceezy. That team is stacked. Look at all those SBs. How many teams were in that league?!

    • mceezy

      Umm…. ten team league. Remember, fantasy baseball wasn’t that popular in the 80s! But, everyone was stealing bags in that day, so the numbers look pretty inflated. My team this season might even have more SBs with guys like Upton, Wright, Furcal, Kemp, and Phillips.

  • chappy81

    That is a pretty stacked team! I hope you won that league… I have a Steve Sax signed card somewhere….

  • Chris Humpherys

    Surprised not to see any Mets on here.

    As I recall, they were pretty darn good in ’86.

    • mceezy

      You know what’s funny is I really thought about picking up Keith Hernandez or Gary Carter (back in ’86 of course). I had Strawberry to start the season, but I traded him for an 8ball of blow.

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