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    2001 Season Discussion

    I noticed Scarborough is going for the rare feat of scoring the fewest runs and allowing the fewest runs in the league. Good luck!

    I also posted yesterday about Edward Oakman and thought for sure he'd get the forum jinx. But he keeps rolling. 8 runs allowed in his last 8 starts over 60 ings bringing his season ERA down from 6.62 to 3.71. He's given up 1 run in his last 4 starts.
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    If I remember right, I was a few RS shy of hitting the opposite of that a while back (most RS and most RA), but haven't seen anything like what Scarborough is doing while hanging on to first. Of course, with the Sasquatches emptying the nursing home to field a lineup in the west, I'm not too surprised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyb33 View Post
    If I remember right, I was a few RS shy of hitting the opposite of that a while back (most RS and most RA), but haven't seen anything like what Scarborough is doing while hanging on to first. Of course, with the Sasquatches emptying the nursing home to field a lineup in the west, I'm not too surprised.
    Nursing home...lol.


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    I won the WS one year in CarL allowing the fewest runs and scoring the fewest, but it's a tough thing to do.



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    Currently 1-15 in extra innings. Just another weird weird stat which keeps me floundering at the middle of the pack... :-D
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    Getting seriously frustrated with my team. Another choke job in the playoffs. Not sure what else to do, but guess I'll keep trying.



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    Quote Originally Posted by balmers View Post
    Getting seriously frustrated with my team. Another choke job in the playoffs. Not sure what else to do, but guess I'll keep trying.
    The playoffs are such a total crapshoot. Some of my best team seasons I’ve had generally seemed to flame out come playoff time. I’ve learned over time that building a team for playoff success is different than building one for regular season success. Was a difficult lesson to learn lol. But even then, the playoffs still are so unpredictable. The best team on paper often doesn’t seem to win it all.


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    Reminds me of my 90's teams. 7 straight playoff appearances, finally was able to win the series on try #6, got swept in the WS on #7 ..... then tanked for good the following season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TyrusCobb View Post
    The playoffs are such a total crapshoot. Some of my best team seasons I’ve had generally seemed to flame out come playoff time. I’ve learned over time that building a team for playoff success is different than building one for regular season success. Was a difficult lesson to learn lol. But even then, the playoffs still are so unpredictable. The best team on paper often doesn’t seem to win it all.


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    I haven't learned that lesson yet! Well, at least not how to build successfully for the playoffs anyway. The Comets have been in the playoffs for the past 8 seasons and so far have never won the whole thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsigmon0221 View Post
    I haven't learned that lesson yet! Well, at least not how to build successfully for the playoffs anyway. The Comets have been in the playoffs for the past 8 seasons and so far have never won the whole thing.

    Year City Name W L Pct GB Place Playoffs
    2001 Clayton Comets 101 59 .631 - 1 Lost Conference Series, 4–2
    2000 Clayton Comets 101 59 .631 - 1 Lost Conference Series, 4–3
    1999 Clayton Comets 95 65 .594 - 1 Lost World Series, 4–2
    1998 Clayton Comets 89 71 .556 9.0 2 Lost Division Series, 4–2
    1997 Clayton Comets 97 63 .606 2.0 2 Lost Conference Series, 4–2
    1996 Clayton Comets 95 65 .594 - 1 Lost Conference Series, 4–1
    1995 Clayton Comets 92 68 .575 - 1 Lost Division Series, 4–2
    1994 Clayton Comets 85 75 .531 1.0 2 Lost World Series, 4–0
    1993 Clayton Comets 83 77 .519 - 1 Lost Division Series, 4–1

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