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If this system were in place last year, the Braves would not have 'collapsed' and would have made the playoffs.
This year, they will likely win the first WC and have to play in the silly one-game playoff instead of going straight to the NLDS.
The Braves couldn't have timed it any worse. I'll still blame Bud.
speaking of a team that has to get nursed across the finish line
solid, if unspectacular, players
About those Phillies, I know that there are a good number of people out there who still believe that they're going to have this big rebound season next year and go back to being as strong as they were the last few years, but I'm officially going on record right now and saying that it's not going to happen, and you can bookmark that if you like.
The Phillies are now exactly what their relevant statistics say they are: an old, injury-prone team on the downslide that can't hit any more, and that isn't going to change next season if they bring back the current roster mostly intact. Just as bad for them, it's starting to look more and more like the old killer Roy Halladay is gone and has been replaced by a rather mediocre and very hittable Halladay.
Now, if they sign Justin Upton**
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