Greg Creighton     
year
1995
1998
1999
2000
2001
totals
ab
1
62
137
93
109
402
r
0
13
36
14
15
78
h
0
21
34
22
24
101
bi
0
12
30
9
13
64
2b
0
2
3
1
4
10
3b
0
0
0
0
0
0
hr
0
5
16
3
7
31
so
1
20
47
24
32
124
bb
0
9
30
22
8
69
ab/k
1.00
3.10
2.91
3.88
3.41
3.23
ob
.000
.423
.383
.383
.274
.361
slg
.000
.613
.620
.344
.450
.507
ba
.000
.339
.248
.237
.220
.251
rat
0.50
30.45
27.95
20.31
21.33
24.74
ab/hr
0.00
12.40
8.56
31.00
15.57
12.97
ab/bi
0.00
5.17
4.57
10.33
8.38
6.28

year
1998
1999
2000
2001
totals
w
5
2
3
2
12
l
1
5
2
4
11
ip
18.0
33.0
25.0
24.2
100.2
h
20
46
35
39
140
r
7
27
17
30
81
so
20
42
30
24
116
bb
3
2
2
6
13
hr
3
17
12
17
49
bf
70
148
107
114
452
oavg
.286
.311
.327
.342
.319
era
1.56
3.27
2.72
4.88
3.22
rat
49.22
30.22
36.76
16.84
32.23
k/4
4.44
5.09
4.80
3.90
4.61
bb/4
0.67
0.24
0.32
0.97
0.52
hr/4
0.67
2.06
1.92
2.76
1.95

Notes:
Greg Creighton was the circus sideshow of the league, getting his first full season at the ripe age of 48 during a year when no other player was older than 19. Relying on craftiness and smarts, Greg definitely did more than was expected throughout the duration of his career. He holds the career record for BB/4 IP with an amazing number of 0.52. In other words, he only walked a batter every 8 innings or so. The highlight of his career though had to be being named captain of one of the five set teams established after the 2000 season and the winter draft that resulted in not only his team being named "The Young and the Restless" (later changed to "The Longballs," later changed to "The Playerz") but his drafting both James Vassar AND Derek Byrd. By the end of the 2001 season though, Greg's body was catching up with his age and he was forced to hang them up.

--Two time finalist (1999, 2000)
--Four time Best Looking (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001)
--Rookie of the Year runner-up (1998)