Listed under Kansas City is “Joey G]” who is most certainly Joey Gathright.
If you want an Excel version of the list, you can download it here (zipped). Thanks to Mike Bunch, our hard working commish in the Illowa APBA League for importing the list.
According to our league rules, to determine how many rookie draft picks each team gets each year, we uses a hard usage limit (125 at bats for hitters, 20 G or 30 IP for pitchers). If a players doesn’t go over that limit, he is eligible to be dropped in favor of a rookie pick.
That said, there are some players (in our league’s case, two) who go over the limit yet still don’t get a card. One case, reliever Jorge Julio slipped under the wire with 27 games and 30 IP. But Julio won’t be getting a card next year anyway much to the delight of his owner in our league. He’ll be replacing him with a rookie in our winter draft.
Julio’s absence in next year set is helped by the fact he spent time with two teams.