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Player Profile

Ladies and gentlemen, his name is Dr. Seuss. Since joining HRL in 2006, Seuss has been far and away the most dominant pitcher in the league, and one of the best in the nation. He once struck out 60 hitters in 83 AB’s in a single 26 inning game. We’re not sure what the most impressive feat is from that game – the number of strikeouts or that the goofball actually pitched 26 innings! Seuss’s name is plastered throughout the HRL record book – most K’s in a career, lowest opponents’ batting average, most K’s in a game, lowest WHIP, 2nd in K/6, 2nd in K’s in a season, 4th in career wins (despite playing 2 fewer seasons than those ahead of him), and in 2015 he set the league ERA record at 0.16. He is a 6 time HRL Cy Wiffler, 8 time All-Star and a multiple NWLA Wiffy Award winner by taking the 2010 Strikeout King and the 2007 Central Pitcher of the Year. Of course none of this takes into account his most impressive accolade: winning 3 HRL Cups from 2007-2009. Coming off his best HRL season to date, and a 4 HR World Series performance off the Nationals, nothing short of an elusive MVP award and winning The Cup will satisfy this member of the reigning, defending, undisputed, back to back, Eagan champions of the world.


A teacher by trade, Seuss is one of the nicer people you’ll ever meet, sometimes. He’ll apologize as he’s mowing his way through your lineup, or he’ll shrug his shoulders and say things like “I guess I’m just getting lucky today”. It’ll make you sick.

Honors & Awards

Rookie of the Year: 2006
All-Star (Pitching): 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
All-Star (Hitting): 2011, 2014
All-Star (Fielding): 2011
Cy Wiffle: 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015
HRL Champion: 2007, 2008, 2009


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