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Zeruel
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Since: 2.1.02
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
MLB Playoff Standings with 7 days left

Is this the deepest in the season where none of AL divisions have been clinched yet? 8 of the 14 teams are still alive for all 3 of the division championships and wildcard spots.

In the NL, it's either Washington or Atlanta in the East, and 5 teams are basically fighting for WC #2 because Atlanta would have to lose out and get get passed by St. Louis by winning out to not get WC #1.

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E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 91-64 (West leaders)
2. NY Y 90-65 (East leaders)
3. Detroit 83-72 (Central leaders)

4. Baltimore 89-67 (WC #1) (-1.5 from NY Y)
5. Oakland 88-67 (WC #2) (-3.0 from Texas)

6. LA A 86-69 -2.0 (-5.0 from Texas)
7. Tampa Bay 85-70 -3.0 (-5.0 from NY Y)
8. Chicago WS 82-73 -6.0 (-1 from Detroit)
9. X-Seattle 72-83 -16.0

10 X-KC 70-85 -18.0
11 X-Boston 69-87 -19.5
12 X-Toronto 68-87 -20.0
13t X-Cleveland 65-91 -23.5
13t X-Minnesota 65-91 -23.5

Wildcard
#5 Oakland @ #4 Baltimore

Division
#3 Detroit @ #2 NY Y
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 94-91 (East leaders, clinched playoff spot)
2. Cincinnati 93-62 (Central champions)
3. San Francisco 90-65 (West champions)

4. Atlanta 90-65 (WC #1, clinched playoff spot, will win WC #1 with win vs Miami) (-4.0 from Washington)
5. E-St. Louis 84-72 (WC #2)

6t E-LA D 80-75 -3.5
6t E-Milwaukee 80-75 -3.5
8t E-Arizona 78-77 -5.5
8t E-Philadelphia 78-77 -5.5
10 X-Pittsburgh 76-79 -7.5

11 X-San Diego 74-81 -9.5
12 X-NY M 71-84 -12.5
13 X-Miami 66-89 -17.5
14 X-Colorado 61-94 -22.5
15 X-Chicago C 59-96 -24.5
16 X-Houston 51-105 -33.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.73
Next time someone says "April doesn't matter in baseball", just point to the 2012 Angels.

(On another note, if both Oakland and the Angels win out, it might end up being TEXAS the odd team out! That would be one of the quietest collapses in some time!)

(edited by It's False on 27.9.12 0055)


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This is starting to get really exciting, to the point where I've started placing an updated standings list on an index card every day so my family can see the magic number, the odds, et cetera.

Nats' magic number is 4, by the way.



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The A's and Rangers still have four games left against each other, starting tonight. That AL West is by no means decided.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.13
    Originally posted by It's False
    Next time someone says "April doesn't matter in baseball", just point to the 2012 Angels.


Any person who says that should be beaten repeatedly around the head and torso by a Packer fan if the Packers lose out on a playoff spot to the Seahawks. ALL THE GAMES MATTER EQUALLY.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.81
    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by It's False
      Next time someone says "April doesn't matter in baseball", just point to the 2012 Angels.


    Any person who says that should be beaten repeatedly around the head and torso by a Packer fan if the Packers lose out on a playoff spot to the Seahawks. ALL THE GAMES MATTER EQUALLY.


Well, that, and the fact that the Angels all but made up the difference in between May and the All-Star break, and then decided to start the second half of the season playing as though they were in the first half of Major League.
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MLB Playoff Standings with 6 days left

The only real news from yesterday is that Atlanta can do no worse than the 4th seed, clinching at least the Wildcard #1 spot. They are 7 games up on St. Louis with 6 to play.

No team can clinch anything today but:
1) The Chicago White Sox will be eliminated from the AL wild card race with a loss to Tampa Bay.
2) The Angels Angels will be eliminated from the AL West divisional title race with a loss to Texas.
3) Arizona and Philly will be eliminated from the NL wild card race if either loses to the Chicago Cubs and Miami, respectively, OR if St. Louis beats Washington regardless if either teams wins or not.

E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 92-64 (West leaders)
2. NY Y 90-66 (East leaders)
3. Detroit 84-72 (Central leaders)

4. Baltimore 89-67 (WC #1) (-1.0 from NY Y)
5. Oakland 88-68 (WC #2) (-4.0 from Texas)

6t LA A 86-70 -2.0 (-6.0 from Texas)
6t Tampa Bay 86-70 -2.0 (-4.0 from NY Y)
8. Chicago WS 82-74 -6.0 (-2.0 from Detroit)
9. X-Seattle 73-83 -15.0

10 X-KC 70-86 -18.0
11 X-Boston 69-87 -19.0
12 X-Toronto 69-87 -29.0
13t X-Cleveland 65-91 -23.0
13t X-Minnesota 65-91 -23.0

Wildcard
#5 Oakland @ #4 Baltimore

Division
#3 Detroit @ #2 NY Y
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 95-61 (East leaders, clinched playoff spot)
2. Cincinnati 94-62 (Central champions)
3. San Francisco 91-65 (West champions)

4. Atlanta 91-65 (Clinched WC #1) (-4.0 from Washington)
5. E-St. Louis 84-72 (WC #2)

6. E-LA D 81-75 -3.0
7. E-Milwaukee 80-76 -4.0
8t E-Arizona 78-78 -6.0
8t E-Philadelphia 78-78 -6.0
10 X-Pittsburgh 76-80 -8.0

11 X-San Diego 74-82 -10.0
12 X-NY M 72-84 -12.0
13 X-Miami 66-90 -18.0
14 X-Colorado 62-94 -22.0
15 X-Chicago C 59-97 -25.0
16 X-Houston 51-105 -33.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington

(edited by Zeruel on 28.9.12 0315)


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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.68
    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    This is starting to get really exciting, to the point where I've started placing an updated standings list on an index card every day so my family can see the magic number, the odds, et cetera.


There's nothing else in sports quite like the relentless, everyday pressure/thrill of a pennant race.

That said, I'm severely disappointed by the collapse of my dream scenario of a 5-way tie for the 2nd NL wild card spot. All I've got to look forward to is a huge leg up on the 2nd draft choice, and a winter where management has promised to look for another Paul Maholm-esque diamond in the rough from the scraps of free agency over the winter.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.28

    All I've got to look forward to is a huge leg up on the 2nd draft choice


that series with the Rockies was amazing. The Cubs rallying to lose time after time in a critical positioning battle was truly inspiring.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
This one is for you, Ekedolphin!

D.C. Residents Can Remember Exactly Who They Were Murdering When Nationals Clinched First Ever Playoff Berth

http://www.theonion.com/articles/dc-residents-can-remember-exactly-who-they-were-mu,29721/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=SocialMarketing&utm_campaign=standard-post:headline:default
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.68
Does anyone know what happens if the Yankees and Orioles end up tied for the division? I assume they have to go to a 1-game playoff to determine a division winner, right?

And if they were also tied at the same record as the 2nd wild card position, would I further be correct in assuming that the winner of the playoff game (such games always included in regular season stats up 'till now)..

.. that the winner of the playoff game is division champion, and the loser is out of the playoffs, now 1/2 game behind the 2nd wild card spot?

These are all-new (to me) ways that Selig may have pissed off fans across the country, if the new rules happen to work against your team.



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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
    Originally posted by TheOldMan
    Does anyone know what happens if the Yankees and Orioles end up tied for the division? I assume they have to go to a 1-game playoff to determine a division winner, right?

    And if they were also tied at the same record as the 2nd wild card position, would I further be correct in assuming that the winner of the playoff game (such games always included in regular season stats up 'till now)..

    .. that the winner of the playoff game is division champion, and the loser is out of the playoffs, now 1/2 game behind the 2nd wild card spot?


This was the standings for the 13th Click Here (The W)


    1. Texas 85-57 (West leaders)
    2t Baltimore 80-62 (East leaders) (9-9 vs NY Y, 34-24 vs AL East)
    2t NY Y 80-60 (East leaders) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 30-28 vs AL East)
    3. Chicago WS 76-66 (Central leaders)

    4. Oakland 82-60 (WC #1) (-3.0 from Texas)
    5t Baltimore 80-62 (WC #2) (9-9 vs NY Y, 34-24 vs AL East)
    5t NY Y 80-60 (WC #2) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 30-28 vs AL East)

    6. Tampa Bay 77-65 -3.0 (-3.0 from Baltimore/NY Y)



To determine the home field for the playoff, the head to head record is first. They are tied at 9-9
Second is the record vs the rest of the division. For those standing above, the O's were ahead by 4 games, so they would get the home field. The winner of the playoff would win the division and get the #2 seed above, and the loser gets the #5 and would travel to Oakland.

Also, let us say that another team was tied for the #2 WC, then the loser of O's/Yanks would play in ANOTHER playoff with them, if I'm reading the rules correctly.


Using today's standing, if they were tied, the O's are 40-27, the Yanks 37-30. The O's would host the playoff.


(edited by Zeruel on 29.9.12 0314)


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Since: 2.1.02
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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
MLB Playoff Standings with 5 days left

E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Things that can happen today:
1) Tampa Bay will be out of the AL East division title race with a loss or Yankees win.
2) The Angels Angels will be out of the AL West division title race with a loss to Texas
3) Washington can win the NL East division with a win AND Atlanta loss
4) Milwaukee will be eliminated from the NL playoffs with a loss OR St. Louis win

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 92-65 (West leaders)
2. NY Y 91-66 (East leaders)
3. Detroit 84-73 (Central leaders)

4. Baltimore 90-67 (WC #1) (-1.0 from NY Y)
5. Oakland 89-68 (WC #2) (-3.0 from Texas)

6. LA A 87-70 -2.0 (-5.0 from Texas)
7. Tampa Bay 86-71 -3.0 (-5.0 from NY Y)
8. W-Chicago WS 83-74 -6.0 (-1.0 from Detroit)
9. X-Seattle 73-84 -16.0

10 X-KC 70-87 -19.0
11t X-Boston 69-88 -20.0
11t X-Toronto 69-87 -20.0
13t X-Cleveland 66-91 -23.0
13t X-Minnesota 66-91 -23.0

Wildcard
#5 Oakland @ #4 Baltimore

Division
#3 Detroit @ #2 NY Y
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 95-62 (East leaders, clinched playoff spot) (5-2 vs Cincinnati)
2. Cincinnati 95-62 (Central champions) (2-5 vs Washington)
3. San Francisco 92-65 (West champions)

4. Atlanta 91-66 (Clinched WC #1) (-4.0 from Washington)
5. E-St. Louis 85-72 (WC #2)

6. E-LA D 82-75 -3.0
7. E-Milwaukee 80-77 -5.0
8. X-Arizona 79-78 -6.0
9. X-Philadelphia 78-79 -7.0
10 X-Pittsburgh 76-81 -9.0

11 X-San Diego 74-83 -11.0
12 X-NY M 73-84 -12.0
13 X-Miami 67-90 -18.0
14 X-Colorado 62-95 -23.0
15 X-Chicago C 59-98 -26.0
16 X-Houston 52-105 -33.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington

(edited by Zeruel on 29.9.12 0334)

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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.74
    Originally posted by Zeruel
    AL
    1. Texas 92-65 (West leaders)

    5. Oakland 89-68 (WC #2) (-3.0 from Texas)

    6. LA A 87-70 -2.0 (-5.0 from Texas)


An unlikely scenario, for sure, but...if the Angels win out, Oakland drops two to Seattle and sweeps Texas, and Texas loses out...what happens in the event of a three-way tie?



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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
    Originally posted by It's False
      Originally posted by Zeruel
      AL
      1. Texas 92-65 (West leaders)

      5. Oakland 89-68 (WC #2) (-3.0 from Texas)

      6. LA A 87-70 -2.0 (-5.0 from Texas)


    An unlikely scenario, for sure, but...if the Angels win out, Oakland drops two to Seattle and sweeps Texas, and Texas loses out...what happens in the event of a three-way tie?


They would all be 92-70. Looking how the season is playing out, the Division winner would be the #2 seed behind the Yankees.

They get A, B, and C designations
Oakland would be 10-9 vs The Angels, and 11-8 vs Texas
The Angels would be 11-8 vs Texas, and 9-10 vs Oakland
Texas would be 8-11 vs The Angels AND Oakland.

Oakland chooses if they want to be A, B, or C. The Angels gets to choose from the remaining 2, Texas is given the last one.

A is guaranteed to host 1 game. B has to travel for that game. C gets a bye but must travel to the winner of the B/A game.

    Originally posted by MLB.com
    Three-Club Tie for Division Championship (Losing teams do not qualify for Wild Card):
    After Clubs have been assigned their A, B and C designations, Club A would host Club B on Thursday, October 4th (tentatively). The winner of that game would then host Club C on Friday, October 5th (tentatively) to determine the Division Champion.


Thursday the 4th: B @ A
Friday the 5th: C @ winner
Playoffs #3 Detroit @ Winner (for example)

If they are tied for #2 Division title and #5 Wildcard:


    Three-Club Tie for Division Championship & One Wild Card Spot:
    After Clubs have been assigned their A, B and C designations, Club A would host Club B on Thursday, October 4th (tentatively). The winner of that game would then host Club C on Friday, October 5th (tentatively) to determine the Division Champion. The loser of the game would be declared the Wild Card Club.


If they are tied for #2 Division title and BOTH wildcard spots:


    Three-Club Tie for Division Championship & Two Wild Card Spots:
    After Clubs have been assigned their A, B and C designations, Club A would host Club B on Thursday, October 4th (tentatively). The loser of the game would be declared one Wild Card Club. The winner of that game would then host Club C on Friday, October 5th (tentatively) to determine the Division Champion. The loser of the game would be declared the other Wild Card Club.


Example:
Thursday the 4th: Texas @ The Angels, Texas wins, Angels is WC
Friday the 5th: Oakland @ Texas, Oakland wins, Oakland wins Division, Texas is WC -- Texas is WC2 and Angels WC1 because of head-to-head
Playoffs #3 Detroit @ Oakland (for example)




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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
MLB Playoff Standings with 4 days left

What can happen today (I hope I got it all, and got it right!):
1) Tampa Bay will be eliminated from the AL Wildcard race with a loss AND an Oakland win
2) Tampa Bay will be eliminated from the AL East title race with a loss OR a Baltimore win OR a NY Y win
3) The Angels Angels will be eliminated from the playoffs with losing both games today AND an Oakland win
4) The Angels Angels will be eliminated from the AL West title race by losing either game today
5) Oakland will clinch an AL wildcard berth with a win AND Tampa Bay losing AND The Angels Angels losing TWICE today/
6) Baltimore or NY Y can clinch a playoff berth with either winning AND The Angels Angels losing 1 game today OR The Angels Angels losing TWICE today and Tampa Bay losing (If both win in this scenario, the would be like WAS/ATL with one winning the div and one getting a WC spot)
7) Texas can win the AL West by winning BOTH games today and n Oakland loss
8) Washington can win the NL East with a win OR Atlanta loss
9) Milwaukee will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss OR St. Louis win

E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 92-65 (West leaders)
2t Baltimore 91-67 (East leaders) (9-9 vs NY Y, 41-27 vs AL East)
2t NY Y 91-67 (East leaders) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 37-31 vs AL East)
3. Detroit 85-73 (Central leaders)

4t Baltimore 91-67 (East leaders) (9-9 vs NY Y, 41-27 vs AL East)
4t NY Y 91-67 (East leaders) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 37-31 vs AL East)
5. Oakland 90-68 (WC #2) (-2.5 from Texas)

6. LA A 87-70 -2.5 (-5.0 from Texas)
7. Tampa Bay 87-71 -3.0 (-4.0 from Baltimore/NY Y)
8. W-Chicago WS 83-75 -7.0 (-2.0 from Detroit)
9. X-Seattle 73-85 -17.0

10 X-KC 71-87 -19.0
11 X-Toronto 70-88 -20.0
12 X-Boston 69-89 -21.0
13t X-Cleveland 66-92 -23.0
13t X-Minnesota 66-92 -23.0

One-game playoff
#2 NY Y @ #2 Baltimore

Wildcard
#5 Oakland @ Loser

Division
#3 Detroit @ #2 Winner
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 96-62 (East leaders, clinched playoff spot)
2. Cincinnati 95-63 (Central champions)
3. San Francisco 92-66 (West champions)

4. Atlanta 92-66 (Clinched WC #1) (-4.0 from Washington)
5. E-St. Louis 85-73 (WC #2)

6. E-LA D 83-75 -2.0
7. E-Milwaukee 81-77 -4.0
8. X-Arizona 80-78 -5.0
9. X-Philadelphia 79-79 -6.0
10 X-Pittsburgh 77-81 -8.0

11 X-San Diego 75-83 -10.0
12 X-NY M 73-85 -12.0
13 X-Miami 67-91 -18.0
14 X-Colorado 62-96 -23.0
15 X-Chicago C 59-99 -26.0
16 X-Houston 52-106 -33.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington

(edited by Zeruel on 30.9.12 1022)

(edited by Zeruel on 30.9.12 1024)

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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
MLB Playoff Standings with 3 days left (Still no AL Division winners yet!)

Things that can happen today:
1) Oakland can clinch an AL playoff spot with a win OR The Angels Angels AND Tampa Bay losing
2) Detroit can win the AL Central with a win OR Chicago loss
3) Texas can win the AL West with a win over Oakland
4) St. Louis can clinch the NL WC #2 spot with a win AND The Angels Dodgers losing
5) Washington can win the NL East with a win OR Atlanta loss

E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 93-65 (West leaders, Clinched playoff spot)
2t Baltimore 92-67 (East leaders, Clinched playoff spot) (9-9 vs NY Y, 42-27 vs AL East)
2t NY Y 92-67 (East leaders, Clinched playoff spot) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 38-31 vs AL East)
3. Detroit 86-73 (Central leaders)

4t Baltimore 92-67 (East leaders, Clinched playoff spot) (9-9 vs NY Y, 42-27 vs AL East)
4t NY Y 92-67 (East leaders, Clinched playoff spot) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 38-31 vs AL East)
5. Oakland 91-68 (WC #2) (-2.0 from Texas)

6. E-LA A 88-70 -3.0
7. E-Tampa Bay 88-71 -3.0
8. W-Chicago WS 83-76 -8.0 (-3.0 from Detroit)
9. X-Seattle 73-86 -18.0

10 X-KC 71-88 -20.0
11 X-Toronto 70-89 -21.0
12 X-Boston 69-90 -22.0
13 X-Cleveland 67-92 -24.0
14 X-Minnesota 66-93 -25.0

One-game playoff
#2 NY Y @ #2 Baltimore

Wildcard
#5 Oakland @ Loser

Division
#3 Detroit @ #2 Winner
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 96-63 (East leaders, clinched playoff spot) (5-2 vs Cincinnati)
2. Cincinnati 96-63 (Central champions) (2-5 vs Washington)
3. San Francisco 93-66 (West champions)

4. Atlanta 93-66 (Clinched WC #1) (-3.0 from Washington)
5. E-St. Louis 86-73 (WC #2)

6. E-LA D 84-75 -2.0
7. X-Milwaukee 81-78 -5.0
8t X-Arizona 80-79 -6.0
8t X-Philadelphia 80-79 -6.0
10 X-Pittsburgh 77-82 -9.0

11 X-San Diego 75-84 -11.0
12 X-NY M 73-86 -13.0
13 X-Miami 67-92 -19.0
14 X-Colorado 62-97 -24.0
15 X-Chicago C 60-99 -26.0
16 X-Houston 53-106 -33.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington



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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.74
What a stomach punch that last Angels/Rangers game was. I'll go hibernate now until spring training.



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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.06
    Originally posted by It's False
    What a stomach punch that last Angels/Rangers game was. I'll go hibernate now until spring training.


I have a sneaking suspicion that, come next season, Ervin Santana will be someone else's problem.

(edited by Leroy on 1.10.12 0853)
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#20 Posted on
    Originally posted by It's False
    What a stomach punch that last Angels/Rangers game was. I'll go hibernate now until spring training.

As a Ranger fan, I found the first game to be a bigger stomach punch.
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AL East 1. NY 2. BOS (WC) 3. BAL 4. TOR 5. TB New York wins the division because they are the Yankees and Boston is second because they are the Red Sox. That's just how it is. But, I'm not impressed by new York's decrepit overpriced pitching.
- BigSteve, 2005 MLB Prediction Thread (2005)
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