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  1. #11
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    Re: 2039 Season

    Quote Originally Posted by andujar View Post
    Qingdao 10 game win streak but not gaining much Going to be a fun playoff race
    For sure.

    Cargill is up to 4th place (for) now, but probably out of it. We are 11-24 in the division, but 39-22 outside it.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughboy View Post
    For sure.

    Cargill is up to 4th place (for) now, but probably out of it. We are 11-24 in the division, but 39-22 outside it.
    Legit going to QQ if we don't make the playoffs this year. Any other division and we are sure shot. Tough luck :'(
    Bolts All the Way!

  3. #13

    Re: 2039 Season

    At this rate, someone in the Trump is going to win 100 games and miss the playoffs. Memphis keeps winning and gains nothing in the standings. Even the 6th place Ringers would have the second best run differential in any other division.

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    Re: 2039 Season

    15 straight for Qingdao. Keep h@cking

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    Re: 2039 Season

    Qingdao win streak ended at 17 I think. Then we evened it out by winning 1 of next 7. Back in 3rd.

  6. #16

    Re: 2039 Season

    See! I was 41-26 and have gone 16-36 since. 2 years in a row I start off strong and then everyone just falls apart


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  7. #17
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    Re: 2039 Season

    How’s your EN for starting pitchers and important lineup guys?

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    Re: 2039 Season

    I started off with a 5 man roster and on 6/16....

    James Herrera (FA pickup) 97 EN 4.51 ERA (5.10 now and 2.91 after 1st 7 starts)
    Stephen Selzer 71 EN 3.14 ERA (4.25 now and 1.74 after 1st 8 starts)
    Juan Kelley 72 EN 3.00 ERA (4.39 now)
    Jason Foster 63 EN 3.87 ERA (4.88 now)

    Starter 5 was Laterron Nelson 68 EN 4.79 ERA (5.17 when I switched to a 4 man rotation on 7/27)

    All my starters have no season fatigue yet. I cut my closer at the beginning of the year and my current closer is 4-1 with 5 saves, 3 BS and 4 hlds.

    I have not touched my lineup since the start of the year because I honestly don't think I could do better. I still don't like my lineup, but my rookie SS Ashby (.945 OPS) and FA pickup Lalli (.990 OPS) have been phenomenal. I have ok range and ok glove. I'm just complaining that I started out strong last year and fell apart, and did the same thing this year, but specifically picked up Lalli and Herrera for playoffs. Herrera's 97 EN makes him perfect for 3 starts per series in the playoffs and Lalli gives me that offensive boost I thought I needed. So far it just isn't enough. I mean just look at that change in ERA since I started losing.

  9. #19
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    Re: 2039 Season

    Even the 70 and 60s guys shouldnt be prone to dying, bad luck is bad

  10. #20
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    Re: 2039 Season

    Shytown and Beverly Hills recently made it to the 23rd inning before either team scored a run.
    "I didn't really say everything I said." -Yogi Berra
    57 World Series championships:
     
    ALTRTA 93, 95, 09, 63, 66, 69, 76
    *AJO 81
    ACL 02, 13
    CBF 20, 23, 24
    *DPL 17, 21, 29, 32
    *EE 86, 88, 91, 03, 22, 31, 39, 56
    MLB 8s 83, 84, 97, 01, 03, 34
    *PCL 63
    PGML 86, 92, 21, 38, 39
    PP 26, 35, 36, 38, 58
    *REV 16
    *RTTB (NCAA) 54, 56, 72, 76, 82, 95, 97, 03
    *SAL 01, 12
    *TER 67, 87
    *TAB 13, 14
    (*retired)


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