12/13/2013 5:51 PM
This was the best "dynasty" I've seen:

Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 16 $83.2M 96-66 (.593) 1 -
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 17 $98.6M 100-62 (.617) 1 X
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 18 $101.8M 104-58 (.642) 1 X
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 19 $94.6M 90-72 (.556) 3 X
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 20 $103.6M 94-68 (.580) 1 X
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 21 $105.9M 112-50 (.691) 1 X
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 22 $102.0M 100-62 (.617) 1 -
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 23 $106.1M 101-61 (.623) 1 -
Moonlight Graham TOR Irrelevants 24 $100.8M 108-54 (.667) 1 -


MG is a very competitve, top world.   deano was kickin' ***.    The AL was like a Rain Man convention, except all they were very good at was buying underwear at K-Mart, but deano was stomping their stupid ***** and beating the best the NL had to offer.   Some luck was obviously involved but, if deano lost a starter, he'd say "Need a SS" and some AL doofus would trade him one for a SuB within 9 minutes.   Nonetheless, he won 5 straight WS in what I think is the best world in HBD.

That said, he milked the team dry, and bailed like a weeping vagina when he knew he couldn't win.
12/13/2013 7:09 PM
Five in a row is pretty stout, no argument there.
12/13/2013 7:31 PM
I've always been impressed with jwinner in Glavine. He won 5 of 7 WS titles, and has 11 of the 22 total WS's in league history.

7 jwinner5 ML 97-65 .599 2nd Yes No yes yes yes
8 jwinner5 ML 119-43 .735 1st No Yes yes yes yes
9 jwinner5 ML 108-54 .667 1st No Yes no no no
10 jwinner5 ML 114-48 .704 1st No Yes yes yes yes
11 jwinner5 ML 120-42 .741 1st No Yes yes yes yes
12 jwinner5 ML 110-52 .679 1st No Yes yes yes yes
13 jwinner5 ML 104-58 .642 1st No Yes yes yes yes
14 jwinner5 ML 100-62 .617 1st No Yes yes yes yes
12/13/2013 8:46 PM (edited)
18 jdonato ML 76-86 .469 1st No Yes yes yes no
This is the worst team I've seen reach a world series.  He actually went up 2-0 but then lost the next 4.  It was a first time owner and I think he logged on maybe 10 times throughout the season.  Was a complete fluke.
12/13/2013 9:17 PM
There have been multiple sub-.500 teams win WS throughout HBD.

One of the funniest stories I remember of one such winner was somebody who won their division with something like a 75-87 record.  He then insisted that his run to the WS title worked out "just as he planned".

I can't remember who he is, but I also seem to remember that he was somebody who frequented the forums and was a bit of an idiot.
12/13/2013 9:30 PM
scootermcray won a WS in the old Sandberg world with a 63-99 record in the reg season,  he finished first in his horrible division and went all the way through.  that is the best, worst team I have seen
12/23/2013 6:35 AM
Yep that's correct.. Won the World Series and ended up with the #6 pick in the Amateur draft the following year..
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