BTW - Those are the stats from the Stat Tracker application. It runs in Java, and it gives you real time updates as the games are played. It was $8 for the season - which isn't bad considering I use it daily. Here's their sales pitch for it.
StatTracker™: $7.95 Get pitch-by-pitch updates from every stadium around the league in real time. While the games are being played, StatTracker™ gives you continuously updated numbers for each individual player and team in your league. Additionally, when you purchase the StatTracker™, you will receive real-time stats on all appropriate HTML game pages. (NOTE: Each owner wanting to access the StatTracker™ must purchase it individually).
It has really helped me out, because I have a lot of guys who don't start every day. Believe it or not, I could be even MORE games behind pace
Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
Damn... I didn't realize you were all the way up to SECOND. I'm just happy to be in the top 10, never mind 3rd in ERA. It's like Earl Weaver said about winning titles... except I'm a little lacking in the three-run homer department. (Maybe if I had room for it when I renamed my team... )
It should be interesting. The Cardinals play the Reds, who still have a chance for best record. The Dodgers play the Giants. I don't know if the Giants have a chance to have the best record but I think they'd love to knock out LA out of the playoffs.