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Aug 7, 2008

If The Season Ended Today, Part IV . . .

Playoff picture, awards and draft order if the MMDA played an 108-game schedule. Awards are selected by the game.

Playoffs

No. 1 Beaz vs. No. 8 Knights/Crows (identical records)
No. 4 Stars vs. No. 5 Breakers

No. 2 Huskies vs. No. 7 Roadrunners
No. 3 Jive vs. No. 6 Bombers

Team Bests And Worsts

• Home Record
Best: Beaz, .759
Worst: Bulldogs, .259

• Road Record
Best: Huskies, .796 Worst: Bats, .259

Runs Scored
Most: Jive, 724 Fewest: Black Sox, 360

Runs Allowed
Fewest: Stars, 415 Most: Bulldogs, 845

Run Differential
Best:
Jive, 287 Worst
: Bulldogs, -275

MVP

Carlos Pena, 1b, Knights
Numbers: .307/.419/.728 with 44 HR, 29 2B, 89 RBI in 397 AB

Cy Young

Josh Beckett, rhp, Huskies
Numbers: 14-2, 1.78 with 150 SO, 28 BB, 106 H, 8 HR in 157 IP

Top 5 Draft Picks

1. Bats
2. Bulldogs
3. Black Sox
4. Fishermen
5. Dirtnappers

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2 Comments:

  • Remaining strength of schedule:

    1. Cary .538
    2. Jersey .532
    3. Dacula .529
    4. Wilmington .526
    5. Easton .523
    6. Rochester .520
    7. Kalamazoo .516
    8. Cape Cod .509
    9. Mohawk Valley .504
    10. Tampa Bay .502
    11. Northern Lehigh .501
    12. Kiel .498
    12. Northeast .498
    14. Dodge City .494
    15. Montreal .480
    16. Spokane .473
    17. California .471
    18. St. Louis .468
    19. Northwest .465
    20. Bethlehem .453

    Don't count Cary out in the race for No. 1 pick. Tampa Bay, Northern Lehigh, Kiel and Dodge City all have to play each other 18 more times. Someone has to win, right?

    And are Kalamazoo and Spokane really tied for that final playoff spot? Kalamazoo has a much tougher road left (.516 vs .473).

    By Blogger James Bailey, At August 8, 2008 at 3:16 PM  

  • You're right. Kalamazoo and Spokane technically are not tied for the final playoff spot. But with identical records and a 3-3 record in head-to-head play, I didn't bother carrying out all the tie-breaking scenarios.

    By Blogger Matt, At August 10, 2008 at 11:18 AM  

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