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85 and Over Club

The following players enter season 7 with overall ratings of 85 or higher. This Club does not account for projections, only current ratings. Let me know if I've missed anyone.

Albuquerque Roadrunners
Hal Randall 88

Anaheim Anteaters
Billy Leary 86
Patrick Spencer 86

Boston Brigadiers
Anthony Gipson 85

El Paso Diablos
Evan Moore 86

Fargo Woodchippers
Ringo Weston 95
Harry Pascual 89
Brett Tracy 92

Florida SunRays
Brett Sims 88
Jose Sardinha 85

Las Vegas Longballers
Dustin Scott 85

Little Rock Travellers
Wilt Beckett 85

Montgomery Constitutions
Chip Turner 92
Al Cedeno 89

Montreal Royales
Gerlad Hernandez 85

San Juan Express
Julio Johnson 85

Scranton Breakers
Mikey Tatum 90

St. Louis Archers
Hong-Go Huyn 88
Melvin Martin 87
Rudy Carver 86

Toronto Beavers
Walt Cashman 92

Washington D.C. Capital G-Men
Rico Sanchez 86

Note: Only 4 of the 22 players at 85 or above are pitchers: Brett Tracy, Patrick Spencer, Wilt Beckett, and Gerlad Hernandez.

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