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WhiteSoxFan84
03-02-2005, 12:05 AM
These are courtesy of my magnetic schedules dated back to the 2001 season. Oh and yes, I did write a W or L on every game. :smile:

2001 (83-79)
April: 8-15
May: 12-15
June: 18-9
July: 13-14
August: 17-12
September: 15-14

2002 (81-81)
April: 16-10
May: 12-16
June: 12-15
July: 11-15
August: 14-13
September: 16-11

2003 (86-76)
April: 14-13
May: 10-16
June: 15-13
July: 17-9
August: 16-13
September: 13-12

2004 (83-79)
April: 13-8
May: 16-12
June: 12-13
July: 11-16
August: 12-17
September: 17-12
October: 2-1

Totals / Avgs. / Winning % (333-315 / 83-79 / .514)
April: 51-46 / 13-12 / .526
May: 50-59 / 13-15 / .459 * WORST *
June: 57-50 / 14-13 / .533
July: 52-54 / 13-14 / .491
August: 59-55 / 15-14 / .518
September: 64-50 / 16-13 / .561 * BEST *
- October: 2-1 / 2-1 / .667

Concentrating on May, our worst month the past 4 years, in 2005, we face the following teams that month; Detroit (1 away), KC (3 home), Toronto (3 away), TB (3 away), Baltimore (4 home), Texas (3 home, 3 away), Cubs (3 away), and LA Angels (4 away, 2 home). On paper, this seems like a 16-12 month, easily.

Moving on to our best month, September, we play the following teams; Detroit (4 home, 4 away), KC (3 home, 3 away), LA Angels (3 home), Minnesota (3 away, 4 home), and Cleveland (1 away). I think we can go 16-9. We should go 6-2 vs. Det, 4-2 vs. KC, 2-1 vs. LA, 0-1 vs. Cle, 4-3 vs. Minn (3-1 @ home).

Funny how the numbers from the past 4 years are just so average when you put them together. But that's pretty how you can sum up the last 4 years, average. How about a trend breaking (in a more successful way) 2005 campaign? And I don't mean 84-78! :mad:

How about 92-70?

fusillirob1983
03-02-2005, 01:01 AM
May has definitely been a frustrating month to watch this team the past few years. I think September is mainly a product of having to nothing to play for at the end, except in 2003 when they blew it. Hopefully this year they'll be in the thick of things or ahead and will actually play well against division teams come September.