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WizardsofOzzie
06-21-2006, 12:19 PM
Team records in their last 10 games

Detroit 9-1 Win streak of 6
Sox 8-2 Win streak of 5
Twins 9-1 Win streak of 8

Hell even KC is almost .500 in their last 10 with a 4-6 record

pdimas
06-21-2006, 12:29 PM
I finally feel like our team is coming together and we are getting hot. Like a lot of other people I really felt like our talent alone had gotten us to where we were in regards to our record. Now that it is all coming together we are a very very scary team :cool: . See Last Night.

Frater Perdurabo
06-21-2006, 12:47 PM
I finally feel like our team is coming together and we are getting hot. Like a lot of other people I really felt like our talent alone had gotten us to where we were in regards to our record. Now that it is all coming together we are a very very scary team :cool: . See Last Night.

The weird thing is that the top of the order really didn't have an outstanding game last night. It was the bottom half that really carried the team and generated the majority of the 20 runs. Now THAT is scary.
:o:

The Bone
06-21-2006, 12:53 PM
Team records in their last 10 games

Detroit 9-1 Win streak of 6
Sox 8-2 Win streak of 5
Twins 9-1 Win streak of 8

Hell even KC is almost .500 in their last 10 with a 4-6 record

That is what playing the NL Central will do for you.

Fuller_Schettman
06-21-2006, 04:30 PM
Interleague standings:

AL East: 20-17
AL West: 16-14
AL Central: 25-12
NL East: 14-19
NL West: 15-16
NL Central: 13-26

AL v NL: 61- 43

Scottiehaswheels
06-21-2006, 04:36 PM
Interleague standings:

AL East: 20-17
AL West: 16-14
AL Central: 25-12
NL East: 14-19
NL West: 15-16
NL Central: 13-26

AL v NL: 61- 43

Man... w/o our division this thing would be nearly 50/50... very interesting when it gets broken down like that... How does the NL Central do against the NL East/West for a further breakdown?

Fuller_Schettman
06-21-2006, 04:45 PM
Man... w/o our division this thing would be nearly 50/50... very interesting when it gets broken down like that... How does the NL Central do against the NL East/West for a further breakdown?

NL Central v NL West: 39-55
NL Central v NL East: 47-36
NL West v NL East: 42-48

AL Central v AL West: 49-43
AL Central v AL East: 26-35 (take out KC and it is 24-22)
AL West v AL East: 37-34

Scottiehaswheels
06-21-2006, 04:52 PM
NL Central v NL West: 39-55
NL Central v NL East: 47-36
NL West v NL East: 42-48

AL Central v AL West: 49-43
AL Central v AL East: 26-35 (take out KC and it is 24-22)
AL West v AL East: 37-34thats pretty cool... basically shows the power consolidation that the AL Central has this year... sorry, guess I could have looked all that up myself on ESPN eh?:gulp:

TDog
06-21-2006, 05:14 PM
Interleague standings:

AL East: 20-17
AL West: 16-14
AL Central: 25-12
NL East: 14-19
NL West: 15-16
NL Central: 13-26

AL v NL: 61- 43

The NL Central is down right now. The Cubs and the Cardinals have their best hitters out with injuries. Clemens won't get his first start for the Astros until Thursday. The Reds, well, have weaknesses. It's interesting that after losing three to the Sox they came back to beat the Mets on Monday. The NL Central doesn't match up well in the best of times with the AL Central. The Cubs always seem to win more games from the Sox than they should and the Brewers always seem to win more games from the Twinks than they should, but the interleague results are more of a measure on how the AL Central stacks up than which league is better.

The Tigers lost today, giving them 2 losses in interleague play (and showing that a team after a blowout win can be beaten by 1 run). Going into tonight, the Sox and Twinks each have only one such loss. It looks like Cleveland and KC have combined for 9 losses against the NL Central.

If the Indians are going to show anything this year, they are digging themselves another deep hole, and last years proved too deep, even for their torrid second half. Maybe their players have the character to play well until they get close. The Twinks have developed a stronger rotation and might be the team for the Sox to watch, along with the Tigers, who don't have the luxury of a big lead to squander as the Sox did last year.

QCIASOXFAN
06-21-2006, 05:15 PM
Team records in their last 10 games

Detroit 9-1 Win streak of 6
Sox 8-2 Win streak of 5
Twins 9-1 Win streak of 8

Hell even KC is almost .500 in their last 10 with a 4-6 record:o: I didn't know that it was that bad! I think we have the best division in baseball minus the Royals.