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Open question for the Dugout: Is there a past year you'd be especially interested in revisiting during next season's Game of the Day posts? I'll plan to take the offseason as a break, I think, and work on some other projects that have been patiently awaiting my attention (some of which may get posted about). But I'll also plan to be back next year with 2013's best daily games, and with another year's as well. Barring any specific requests, I'll probably just do 2010, but if there's some kind of consensus preference, I'm open to any of the other seasons for which B-R has complete info, which I believe would be 1974 and onward.
Manager: Roy "Hardrock" Johnson
Waivers have been asked on Mordecai Brown. It is rather tough on the three-fingered one. He crowded 15 years’ of pitching into seven years. He won pennants and world’s championships. When the Cubs needed one game and had to get that one game or lose all, Mordecai Brown got it for them.
Moyer should never retire.
Just realized something:
If the Rangers go 2-1 and the Orioles and Yankees go 3-0 (or some similar situation), then there will be a three way tie for best record, all at 95-67.
HOWEVER, the Orioles and Yankees would then play a Game 163 to determine who is AL East champ. Game 163 would be a regular season game, with regular season rosters and counting in the standings.
Therefore, the winner of the AL East Tiebreaker would be at 96-67, which would PUT THEM A HALF GAME AHEAD OF TEXAS FOR THE NUMBER ONE SEED IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
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