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1950-2016
Our Sixty-Sixth Year
The Oldest Continuously-Active Contest in Sport

 
James Wiltman wins the 2016 300 Club Title
with .3159 Average, beating Ed Davidson by .029;
Rockiesí DJ LeMahieu at .348 his winning pick.
Langen wins pitchers; J&R Paster, Homers;
S Klein, RBIs; John & Ed Glazer cop DiMag; no SB winner

The 66th Season of the 300 Club has come to a close with the end of the regular season, and the Germain G. Glidden Bowl is awarded this year to James Wiltman of Sewickley, PA, who topped all Members with a .3159 average. Of the top 5 Members, only Wiltman had dark horse (or worse!) LeMahieu, who sat out the last 4 games of the season so he could win the NL batting title, because #2 Murphy of the Nats, at .347, was hurt. Boo, Hiss! An asterisk next to this stat, please. Not what we teach our kids.
Photo: Russell Lansford/Icon Sportswire.

2016  Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
10/02 Gordon Glidden 328
9/25 Catherine White 330
9/18 Stephen Klein 319
9/11 Ed Davidson 346
9/04 Catherine White 341
8/28 Addie Davidson 399
8/21 Jake Hinnebusch 345
8/14 Richard Sanderson 361
8/7 Robert Mills 359
7/31 Joel Crowell 329
7/24 James Rohde 385
7/17 Cayden Glidden 367
7/10 Fritz Whiltman 334
7/3 David Dearborn 380
6/26 John Glidden 364
6/19 Ed Davidson 358
6/12 Shawn Tesoro 342
6/05 Chris Connaly 319
5/29 Alex Sugar 369
5/22 James Wiltman 336
5/15 David Rohde 374

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