Division #3 Chicago WS @ #2 Texas WC Winner @ #1 NY Y
NL 1. Washington 73-45 (East leaders) 2. Cincinnati 71-46 (Central leaders) 3. LA D 65-53 (West leaders)
4. Atlanta 68-49 (WC #1 -4.5 from Washington) 5. Pittsburgh 64-53 (WC #2t -7.0 from Cincinnati) 5. St. Louis 64-53 (WC #2t -7.0 from Cincinnati)
7. San Francisco 64-54 -0.5 (-1.0 from LA D) 8. Arizona 58-59 -6.0 (-6.5 from LA D) 9. NY M 55-62 -9.0 (-17.5 from Washington) 10 Philadelphia 54-63 -10.0 (-18.5 from Washington) 11 Miami 53-65 -11.5 (-20.0 from Washington)
11 Milwaukee 52-64 -11.5 13 San Diego 52-67 -13.0 14 Chicago C 46-70 -17.5 15 Colorado 44-71 -19.0 16 Houston 39-80 -26.0
One game playoff #5 St. Louis @ #5 Pittsburgh
Wildcard Winner @ #4 Atlanta
Division #3 LA D @ #2 Cincinnati WC winner @ #1 Washington
-- 2006 Time magazine Person of the Year -- -- July 2009 Ordained Reverend --
I was in attendance for yesterday's Angels game against the Rays. I've never had the kind of desire to wear a bag over my head the way I did that night. Blowing an 8-0 lead is the exclamation point on a four-game sweep.
When you have a pitching staff of Weaver, Haren, Grienke, Wilson, and Santana and NONE OF THEM can get out of the 6th inning...well, at that point, it has to be a coaching problem right? That's without even mentioning that the bullpen is GOD FREAKIN' AWFUL! (Which I called before the season started, sadly.)
I hope the Nationals can keep up this level of play, especially after they shut down Strasburg. Intellectually I understand the reasons for it, but I'm on pins and needles wondering if it will effect how far we make it through the postseason.
(If we get into the postseason, knock on wood. Also, I'm extremely superstitious when it comes to sports.)
"Don't do anything I wouldn't do." --Stone Cold Steve Austin
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Co-Winner of Time's Person of the Year Award, 2006
He's great. He may be the greatest. But it's definitely not without debate. Trevor Hoffman had a very similar career to Rivera. He did not have the same opportunities as Rivera, playing for a much worse team.