2020 Father’s Day Series

Results Below!

GLEN HEAD, N.Y., June 16, 2020—For many families, baseball has been an integral part of Father’s Day for years, and although the pros won’t be on the field this Sunday to help dads celebrate with their children, Strat-O-Matic is keeping the tradition alive by playing out a seven-game series featuring some of the greatest fathers and sons to compete on the diamond. From Bobby and Barry Bonds to Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. to Vladimir Guerrero Sr. and Jr. to Sandy, Sandy Jr. and Roberto Alomar, the Fathers and Sons teams, managed by big league skippers Bob and Aaron Boone, will battle it out.

“We wanted to find a uniquely ‘Strat-O-Matic’ way to pay tribute to fathers enjoying baseball with their sons and daughters on their special day,” said Hal Richman, Strat-O-Matic founder. “With so many fathers and sons, many of them Hall of Famers and All-Stars, on rosters throughout baseball history, this fun simulation will highlight some of the best family connections the sport has known.”

Full rosters for the teams with their primary teams are as follows:

Fathers (manager: Bob Boone)
Mel Stottlemyre, p., New York (A.L.)
Floyd Bannister, p. Seattle, Chicago (A.L.)
Dizzy Trout, p., Detroit
Clyde Wright, p., California
Tom Gordon, p., Kansas City, Boston (A.L.), Philadelphia (N.L.)
Pedro Borbon, p., Cincinnati
Jeff Russell, p., Texas
Lance McCullers, p., San Diego
Steve Bedrosian, p., Atlanta, Philadelphia (N.L.)
Paul Quantrill, p., Toronto, Boston (A.L.)
Jeff Shaw, p., Los Angeles (N.L.), Cincinnati, Montreal
Bryan Harvey, p., California, Florida
Ivan Rodriguez, c., Texas, Detroit
Fred Kendall, c., San Diego
Tony Perez, 1b., Cincinnati, Montreal
Craig Biggio, 2b., Houston
Buddy Bell, 3b., Cleveland, Texas, Cincinnati
Maury Wills, ss., Los Angeles (N.L.)
Cecil Fielder, 1b.-d.h., Detroit, Toronto
Sandy Alomar, inf., California, Atlanta, New York (A.L.)
Dick Nen, 1b., Washington (A.L.)
Clay Bellinger, ut., New York (A.L.)
Fernando Tatis, 3b., St. Louis (N.L.), Montreal, New York (N.L.)
Bob Oliver, ut., Kansas City, California
Felipe Alou, of., Atlanta, San Francisco, New York (A.L.)
Tony Gwynn, of., San Diego
Ken Griffey, of., Cincinnati, New York (A.L.)
Bobby Bonds, of., San Francisco, California
Dante Bichette, of., Colorado, California
Vladimir Guerrero, of.-d.h., Montreal, Los Angeles (A.L.)

Sons (manager: Aaron Boone)
Lance McCullers Jr., p., Houston
Todd Stottlemyre, p., Toronto, St. Louis (N.L.)
Brian Bannister, p., Kansas City
Steve Trout, p., Chicago (N.L.), Chicago (A.L.)
Robb Nen, p., Florida, San Francisco
Jaret Wright, p., Cleveland
James Russell, p., Chicago (N.L.)
Pedro Borbon, p., Atlanta, Toronto
Cam Bedrosian, p., Los Angeles (A.L.)
Cal Quantrill, p., San Diego
Hunter Harvey, p., Baltimore
Dereck Rodriguez, p., San Francisco
Darren Oliver, p., Texas, Los Angeles (A.L.)
Sandy Alomar Jr., c., Cleveland, Chicago (A.L.)
Jason Kendall, c., Pittsburgh, Oakland
Prince Fielder, 1b., Milwaukee, Texas, Detroit
Roberto Alomar, 2b., Toronto, San Diego, Cleveland
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 3b., Toronto
Dee Gordon, 2b., Los Angeles (N.L.), Miami
David Bell, inf., Philadelphia (N.L.), Seattle, St. Louis (N.L.)
Bret Boone, 2b., Seattle, Cincinnati
Eduardo Perez, 1b., St. Louis, Cincinnati, California
Bump Wills, 2b., Texas
Cavan Biggio, ut. Toronto
Bo Bichette, ss., Toronto
Fernando Tatis Jr., ss., San Diego
Travis Shaw, inf., Milwaukee, Boston
Barry Bonds, of., San Francisco, Pittsburgh
Ken Griffey Jr., of., Seattle, Cincinnati
Moises Alou, of., Montreal, Chicago (N.L.), Houston
Cody Bellinger, of., Los Angeles
Tony Gwynn Jr., of, Milwaukee, San Diego, Los Angeles (N.L.)

Here are the results:

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Game 4

Game 5

Game 6

Game 7

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