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    91 Wins, +150 Runs

    ...but we finished in third, 15 games behind second place Harrisburg (and their +281 run differential), and 22 back of first place Cincinnati (and their +295). Way to go guys. Very impressive. Good luck in the playoffs.

    I miss the days when the Cincinati Clowns were a doormat that won the division just once in the first 80 years of the league. <sigh>

    Cheers,
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    Re: 91 Wins, +150 Runs

    Quote Originally Posted by wfn71 View Post
    ...but we finished in third, 15 games behind second place Harrisburg (and their +281 run differential), and 22 back of first place Cincinnati (and their +295). Way to go guys. Very impressive. Good luck in the playoffs.

    I miss the days when the Cincinati Clowns were a doormat that won the division just once in the first 80 years of the league. <sigh>

    Cheers,
    Wayne
    Hey, I had one team in another league with a just positive run differential (+15 to +20) for the year, and lost 91 games. (I think 91 losses, it was 90+)

    Now that is a team that will drive you insane. We were a sub-.400 team with a positive run differential for the first half

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