2015 MLB Labels

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These are the 2015 MLB Team Labels.  They include the team logo, record, final standing, Playoff Result, Manager(s), Ballpark, Capacity, Weather Ratings, Ballpark Effect Ratings, Fence Height, and any other secondary or commemorative logo.  The set also includes a label for the MLB Mixed Group, which includes players who were issued the multiple-cards in the set.  Please see the first blog post for general instructions on printing/application of the labels.  These labels may be revised in the future to add uniforms.

2015 Team Labels

 

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This season IS currently available for purchase from Strat-O-Matic: 2015 Baseball Cards and Additional Players

Strat’s Description:

  • Royals Reign: KC conquers Mets for first WS win in 30 years
  • Underdogs Rise: Cubs, Pirates, Blue Jays, Astros reach new heights
  • Youth Movement: Harper, Correa, Bryant leading sizzling cast of young stars

The pitching has seldom been better than it was in 2015 Cy Young winners Jake Arrieta (22-6, 1.77) and Dallas Keuchel (20-8, 2.48) and Dodgers duo Zach Greinke (19-3, 1.66 – the fifth lowest ERA since 1920) and Clayton Kershaw (16-7, 2.13, MLB-best 301 K) had astonishing stats. Arrieta threw one of the season’s five no-hitters. Max Scherzer threw two. Led by Chris Sale’s 11.8 K/9 IP – the 10th best mark in history – strikeout-per-inning pitchers were commonplace. The Mets rode the arms of young starting pitchers to the World Series. Kansas City’s unmatched bullpen won it.

And yet, after a 2014 season with only one 40-HR man, 2015 had nine. Toronto led the power parade with AL MVP Josh Donaldson (41), Jose Bautista (40) and Edwin Encarnacion (39) and won the AL East for the first time since 1993 … The Mets’ Daniel Murphy hit homers in six consecutive post-season games – something no one ever had done … NL MVP Bryce Harper hit ,330-42-99. His 1.109 OPS led three bashers with at least a 1.000 OPS: Paul Goldschmidt (1.005) and Joey Votto (1.000). Harper, Votto and Goldschmidt also were 1-2-4 among six men with .400 on-base percentages.

Rookies of the year Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa each began the season in the minors and still topped 20 HR. They led one of the brightest rookie classes ever, including Cleveland SS Francisco Lindor, Minnesota slugger Miguel Sano, speedy OF Billy Burns, SP Lance McCullers, Toronto closer Roberto Osuna and National Leaguers Noah Syndergaard, Matt Duffy, Joc Pederson, Jung Ho Kang, Kyle Schwarber and Randal Grichuk. 

Elevate your enjoyment of the history-making 2015 season with scores of key players to make your replay rosters more complete.

The Additional Players include the popular “total cards” that show the combined statistics for players traded between leagues in mid-season. In 2015 that includes Cole Hamels, Yoenis Cespedes and Troy Tulowitzki.  Other Additional Players include men with limited time, but may have had the at-bats or starting pitching assignments you want for a detailed season replay. The Additional Players include 99 “bonus” players – individual pitcher’s batting cards and players like Toronto pitcher Marcus Stroman, who went 4-0, 1.67 and had a prominent post-season role, but who had only 27 IP in four regular-season starts..

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Enhanced by 1200 additional hours of box-score analysis and in-depth research

27 cards per team, plus 27-card mixed player group and 288 additional players

Two-sided cards for basic, advanced and super-advanced play

Samples:

2015 Team Labels_Page_07  2015 Team Labels_Page_30

2015 Team Labels_Page_24  2015 Team Labels_Page_20

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