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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzy Bavasi View Post
    There's an even greater disparity in the West. Milwaukee has a +128 run differential, Detroit only has a +52, but Detroit has a 1 game lead over Milwaukee.
    Worth mentioning Seattle is at +140 and only has a 1 game lead on Detroit due to a -6 pythag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzy Bavasi View Post
    Philadelphia seems to have a cheap source for smoke and mirrors. I remember last season they were +9 Pythag at one point. Now they're +6 this season.
    I would credit my bullpen, but weirdly we're only 16-10 in one-run games, a worse winning percentage than overall. 8-2 in extra-innings though.
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    We're -43 and over .500. 21-9 in one-run games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UngratefulDead View Post
    If Frank Brower goes deep three times we'll be the first lineup to have three guys hit at least 20 homers. Not that Smith/Brower/Longden are any match for Ruth/Reiger... .266/.269/.626 is a wild line.
    I'm guessing Reiger overall is hurting my team, but he's too hilarious to not keep in the lineup. Two walks against 103 strikeouts. His 33 homers combine with 9 doubles and 1 triple to mean that more than half of his 81 hits are for extra bases. He's absurd, and I love him for it.
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    Meanwhile, the team that I thought was genuinely very good is on pace for the 7th-worst record in franchise history and the worst since the disastrous 1912 season. Yeah, we're getting pythag'd to death (-8, 7-24 in one-run games), but I'm beginning to think my scout is lying to me about some of these players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacto View Post
    Meanwhile, the team that I thought was genuinely very good is on pace for the 7th-worst record in franchise history and the worst since the disastrous 1912 season. Yeah, we're getting pythag'd to death (-8, 7-24 in one-run games), but I'm beginning to think my scout is lying to me about some of these players.
    Your scout and mine must be comparing notes
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    9-1...that's as good a run as the Navies have had in...years.
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