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PHI 70-71 [6-2 in SEPT] (5 GB)
just to explain why i'm kind of giddy about this, despite the admittedly large improbability, if the phillies clinch the second wildcard spot on the final day of the season, and then win the wildcard play-in game, and then win their series in the divisional round, that would mean:
eliminating the cardinals
eliminating the braves
eliminating the nationals
in essentially, the span of one week.
how ####### amazing would that be?
I'd like to not thank the Mets for not making your life a little more difficult.
Even though the Pirates are only 2.5 games back, it feels to me like they're done. They blew so many golden opportunities to win that mini marathon last night; just a brutal loss for their chances.
Actually, I know you guys around here hate on him, but he does seem to have quite a bit of pop. The future!
Adrian Gonzalez is hitting .242/.304/.371 for the Dodgers. His only home run came in his first at-bat. I guess it's the move back to the tougher division/league.
Cardinals are 4-9 in their past 13. And yet they still lead the (second) wild-card standings by a game or game and a half each day. Which, of course, doesn't speak well of the Dodgers and Pirates.
Then, from Aug 28 to 31, they were outscored 32-1.
I would like to say a prayer of thanks to the Milwaukee Brewers for FINALLY, FINALLY STOPPING THE ATLANTA FRICKIN' BRAVES.
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