MLB – Weird and WonderfulPosted: September 19, 2010 Filed under: Dailies | Tags: AL Central, AL East, AL West, Citizens Bank Park, history, Marlins, Mets, MLB, NL Central, NL East, NL West, Philadelphia, phillies, Ryan Howard, weird, wonderful 8 Comments
Major League Baseball at times contains some weird and wonderful
things, not because of umpiring screw-ups or because players tend to get a holier
than thou attitude and do something really really dumb, but just because of the
pure mathematics of baseball.
Last night at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, was another
night where a sell out crowd got to see history in the making….
….Ryan Howard hit his 30th home run of the season and became
the first Philadelphia Phillies player to successfully achieve 5 consecutive
seasons with 30 HR’s and 100 RBI’s.
Things that make you say ‘Really’ in a sarcastic
The AL East has had more changes to the division lead than any
other division this year
The AL Central has all teams at or below .500 eliminated.
The AL West has only 1 team above .500
The NL West has 3 teams above .500 contending for the division
The NL Central has 3 of the 5 worst teams in the National League
The NL East has mathematics….
….the Mets season is officially over, yet right behind them in
the standing the Marlins cling to, well nothing really, but it gives the
Marlins this weekend before the last remaining dozen or so fans stop going to
the stadium and with the sCrUBs in town chances are no ones going to the stadium
A. L. Central Crystal BallPosted: March 18, 2010 Filed under: Dailies | Tags: AL Central, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indians, Jayhawks, Kansas City, KU, Minnesota, Royals, Tigers, Twins, White Sox 16 Comments
Like it or not here are my suggestions for the fans of the AL Central teams…
Kansas City Royals fans, as I see it have just but one choice…
….a KU Jayhawks champions t-shirt, simply this will be the only team with the words Kansas and Champion together on sports memorabilia in 2010.
The Detroit Tigers fans are going to need to group together to get enough of this….
….because the Tigers will be nothing more than tame kitties this year, and the fans will need as much kitty litter as possible to cover the crap that they will hear from the organization as to reasons why they almost finished last.
The Cleveland Indians fans have the most to do this year if they can achieve the status I think they can, they will need to invest twice….
tickets…tickets…tickets…because if no one goes to the games then the front office will continue to short change the fans on players. If you are one of the few that attend an Indians game be sure to have your disposable camera and take as many pics as you can of Grady Sizemore, a good, injury free year and he has potential to compete for the AL MVP this year and should almost definitely be selected to the All Star Game, but make sure the camera is disposable, just in case you can then throw it away if things don’t work out.
The Minnesota Twins fans will need to invest in a simple….
….selection of dice of games, so they can get used to a crap shoot style season, one that could go either way, competing for the top spot or struggling to stay a middle of the road team.
The Chicago White Sox fans, should have but one thing to purchase come October….
….something to make sure those sox are truly whiter than white to celebrate as AL Central champs, and what will probably be a brief post-season appearance this year.
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Final Countdown…Posted: September 28, 2009 Filed under: Dailies | Tags: AL Central, AL East, AL West, Angels, Braves, Cardinals, Championship, CWS, Dodgers, Holliday, Marlins, NL Central, NL East, NL West, phillies, Pirates, postseason, Pujols, Rangers, Red Sox, Rockies, RSBS, Tigers, Twins, Yankees 18 Comments
Since my last post some
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My message to the Phillies: