Dadawg_77

08-15-2003, 02:29 PM

is 18-20, but their record in 2 run games is 12-5. Three run difference the Sox are 9-10. So in close games, the Sox are 39-35. Now this doesn't include games where is was close till the final innings but those should equal out over the course of a season.

The Sox have been shutout 6 times this year. When they score one run they are 1-12, no major league team has more then 3 victories in this case, two runs the Sox are 1-16, three runs on the board the Sox are 7-6, after four Sox cross the plate, the record is 9-7 and five runs equates to a 11-5 record. Six or more Runs the Sox are 34-6. So you could break this out into three parts, the 30% of the Sox games the Sox score 2 or less runs, and they are 2-34 for a .055 winning%, in 37% of there game when they score 3-5 runs the Sox 27-18 for .600 winning clip. When the Sox pour on the runs, six or more in 33% of games, they are 43-6 for 850 winning %.

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The Sox have been shutout 6 times this year. When they score one run they are 1-12, no major league team has more then 3 victories in this case, two runs the Sox are 1-16, three runs on the board the Sox are 7-6, after four Sox cross the plate, the record is 9-7 and five runs equates to a 11-5 record. Six or more Runs the Sox are 34-6. So you could break this out into three parts, the 30% of the Sox games the Sox score 2 or less runs, and they are 2-34 for a .055 winning%, in 37% of there game when they score 3-5 runs the Sox 27-18 for .600 winning clip. When the Sox pour on the runs, six or more in 33% of games, they are 43-6 for 850 winning %.

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