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Thread: Season notes: 1998

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    Season notes: 1998

    Got my 1st No Hitter! Bailey has 26 shutout innings to start the season.


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    4/9/1998 No Hitter Georgia Peaches W, 6–0 GV
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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    The Peaches none the less. Wow.
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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis4485 View Post
    Got my 1st No Hitter! Bailey has 26 shutout innings to start the season.


    DateAchievementOpponentResult
    4/9/1998No HitterGeorgia PeachesW, 6–0 GV
    Nice job Dennis! Bailey is the real deal...


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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    Hudson has hit 191 homeruns as a team through 80 games. Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadrunneragoka View Post
    Hudson has hit 191 homeruns as a team through 80 games. Wow!
    Wow!


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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadrunneragoka View Post
    Hudson has hit 191 homeruns as a team through 80 games. Wow!
    Flatland pitchers "you're welcome"... sigh

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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    With nearly 100 games played this season, Flatland finds itself tied for last place in the Walter Johnson Division with Ruskin and Philadelphia, all 14 games out of 1st place. Las Vegas is 3 games better than the 3 cellar dwellers.

    Flatland has the worst run differential, by far, with a -85. Ruskin, Philadelphia and Las Vegas are all negative in run differential but their COMBINED total is -67, 18 less than Flatland!

    And if that's not interesting enough, Flatland has the BEST divisional record of ALL the teams in Walter Johnson with 22-13 mark!

    It clearly doesn't pay to beat your divisional foes if you get destroyed by everyone else!

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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyewiks View Post
    With nearly 100 games played this season, Flatland finds itself tied for last place in the Walter Johnson Division with Ruskin and Philadelphia, all 14 games out of 1st place. Las Vegas is 3 games better than the 3 cellar dwellers.

    Flatland has the worst run differential, by far, with a -85. Ruskin, Philadelphia and Las Vegas are all negative in run differential but their COMBINED total is -67, 18 less than Flatland!

    And if that's not interesting enough, Flatland has the BEST divisional record of ALL the teams in Walter Johnson with 22-13 mark!

    It clearly doesn't pay to beat your divisional foes if you get destroyed by everyone else!
    Personally I am just as shocked at how well my team seems to be playing. In my mind we are about 3 seasons from being serious competitors as I have no pitching aces on the team. Though I think I have two that may become that they are not there yet. It has definitely been a weird season in the WJ division.
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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    The Cy Young division is also something to behold this year.

    Syracuse had one of the worst run differentials in the league a couple weeks ago, but now we've won 12 of our last 13 and are in contention in a division that may finish with zero teams above .500
    Last edited by DockEllis; May 14, 2019 at 10:29 AM.

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    Re: Season notes: 1998

    Quote Originally Posted by DockEllis View Post
    The Cy Young division is also something to behold this year.

    Syracuse had one of the worst run differentials in the league a couple weeks ago, but now we've won 12 of our last 13 and are in contention in a division that may finish with zero teams above .500
    I’ve been watching Cy Young for awhile...all the time thinking somebody will get hot at the end and win it all lol.


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