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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by DCtitan49, Aug 25, 2007.

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  1. DCtitan49 Guest

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    ok, ive put down some random stats for an imaginary team, and i want you guys to try and guess what record this IMAGINARY team would have.

    .250 11 Home Runs 19 Stolen Bases
    .278 0 Home Runs 20 Stolen Bases
    .274 20 Home Runs 75 RBI's
    .336 12 Home Runs
    .263 11 Home Runs
    .308 8 Home Runs
    .281 7 Home Runs
    .229 5 Home Runs
    .263 10 Home Runs

    what record would you give a team like that up to now in the regular season, meaning around 130 games played.
    just curious, it would be helpful to get a bunch of opinions....
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  2. KamikaZ Ex-Hall of Famer

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    All depends on how good the pitching is. Those aren't overwhelming offensive numbers...


    And as a Nats fan, I can tell you you're using their lineup, although you were generous with some of the averages.
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    i based it off of last weeks averages, because we are slumping right now...
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    Basik delivers ... Bonds hits it high...
  5. DCtitan49 Guest

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    Bascik....
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    Have The Nats ever done anything but slump? They are even worse league doormats than my team The Reds - and we're talking National league...
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    well when you start out 9-25, and play close to .500 ball up to that point, its pretty hard to get back in playoff contention, a couple of times we were the hottest team in baseball going on spans like 14-3 and 10-5, but after that we usually slump and get swept or loose 2 out of 3.... 3 out of 4...
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    At least you didn't mortgage off most of your top prospects at the trade deadline, only to stumble down the stretch and most likely miss the playoffs.
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    Every single team goes thru those same stretches - even the cellar dwellers. Pitching is everything and teams that don't have it don't contend.
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    we have pitching, just not the same guys as we had in the first half, all 5 starters in the begining of the season, are either Released, injured, or sent down in the minors, one did all 3, Jerome Williams, what a joke...

    we just got Shawn Hill back, who got injured in the 7th inning of a perfect game, that was depressing, Jason bergmann got injured in the 6th inning of a No-No, but hes comming back in a few days, Joel Hanrahan (3-2) and John Lannan (2-2) have shown flashes of being great, Tim Redding (3-3) is a veteran pitcher at 29 who is just now getting back on track. Mike Bascik is garbage, we just need 1 more hitter and an Ace on our staff, and we are set.
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