Saturday, October 22

Possibly Uninteresting Fact

Team BA for Playoff Teams (2005 Regular Season)
Red Sox ---- .281
Yankees ---- .276
Angels ------ .270
Cardinals --- .270
Braves ------ .265
White Sox --- .262
Padres ------ .257
Astros ------ .256


Team BA (2005 Postseason)
Padres ----- .302
Astros ------ .272
White Sox --- .263
Braves ------ .255
Yankees ----- .253
Red Sox ----- .240
Cardinals ---- .235
Angels ------- .227


Team ERA (2005 Regular Season)
Cardinals ------- 3.49
Astros ---------- 3.51
White Sox ------ 3.61
Angels ---------- 3.68
Braves ---------- 3.98
Padres ---------- 4.13
Yankees -------- 4.52
Red Sox -------- 4.74


Team ERA (2005 Postseason)
White Sox -- 2.50
Cardinals --- 3.19
Astros ------ 3.43
Angels ------ 3.65
Yankees ---- 4.40
Braves ------ 5.19
Padres ------ 6.84
Red Sox ----- 7.56


These two teams in the WS could not be better matched.

12 Comments:

At 8:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 4:36 PM, Anonymous Lazlo said...

Who has the advantage in the upcoming game; Oswalt or the kid? I have to say, I don't much like Oswalt, but I'm afraid he might have the better arm. I don't think the Astros are about to get swept. I'm gonna guess they win a close one at home tonight.

 
At 6:00 PM, Anonymous Lazlo said...

At this point, I kind of want the Astros to win one, just so I will have some baseball to watch this weekend. Maybe Bagwell and Biggio could team up to win this one for the Stros. That would be nice, since they are about the only guys on the team I like.

 
At 12:39 AM, Blogger Eric said...

Sox win and I'm happy for them and for Chicago. Perhaps it will spark the Cubs management to get off their asses and build a winner.

 
At 9:45 AM, Blogger Jim said...

The White Sox win the World Series! An 88-year jinx is broken, and now it's time to get down to the real business of baseball: figuring out how to get the Cubs to the World Series.

 
At 6:07 PM, Blogger Jim said...

See Studs Terkel's Op-Ed piece in today's (10-28-05) edition of The New York Times.

 
At 6:54 PM, Anonymous Lazlo said...

Burnitz bought out for $500,000- This could be a sign that we're gonna go out and get somebody and really go after a championship next year, or: If they don't sign Nomar, it will look like a sign that they are giving up on the next year, two, or even three, and they are going to rebuild. Come on Cubs. Don't let me down?

Anybody take a look at who is out there as far as Outfield free agents? The list doesn't exactly thrill me. It looks like Brian Giles or maybe Mark Kotsay would be the best fit for Wrigley, and closes to a believable price range.

 
At 10:08 PM, Blogger Jim said...

Manny Ramirez wants to be traded from Boston. We could give them half our team, take out a big loan to pay his salery. Boston would probably give him to us for Aramis and Lee and a couple of good starting pitchers.

 
At 10:14 PM, Anonymous Lazlo said...

Trade Corey Patterson for Manny Ramirez! Then we can sign Johnny Damon. I hear he likes peanuts.

 
At 11:03 PM, Anonymous Lazlo said...

Okay, I wasn't that thrilled about the prospect of Brian Giles being a Cub, but then I looked up his career stats. He's got a career OBP of .413 and a career avg. of .299. Make him our new lead off man. He's got the OBP for it at least.

 

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