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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:27 pm 
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Saturday, September 10

The rich keep rolling, as they say. The #1 team overall is takes the TOD.

Random ItalicizedVoice (RCL 5)

20/52 (.385)

11 Runs
4 Home Runs
10 RBI

12 IP
13 Strikeouts
1 Win
1 Save
0.75 ERA
1.33 WHIP

Joey Votto was 3 for 4 with a home run and 2 RBI to lead the Voice. Everybody's favorite Blue Jays, Brett Lawrie and Jose Bautista, also homered, as did Mike Morse. Hot Jason Bay also drove in 2 runs for the most Canadian team in the RCL. C.C. Sabathia allowed 1 run in 6 innings, but it was relievers who provided the key numbers. RIV had 6 pitchers each throw a scoreless inning, recording 8 strikeouts, plus a win (Sergio Santos) and a save (Joakim Soria).



LOFL! Hilarious....never noticed....but hilarious.


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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:06 pm 
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Sunday, September 11

Better Lucky Than Good (Partially Torn RCL)


19/45 (.422)

9 Runs
5 Home Runs
14 RBI
1 Stolen Base

10 IP
15 Strikeouts
1 Win
1 Save
1.80 ERA
1.10 WHIP

I guess if one 117-pt team is TOD, then the other has to go out do it too. B.J. Upton led Better Lucky, going 4 for 4 with a home run and 4 RBI. Yadier Molina was 3/4 with 3 RBI, while Robinson Cano, Joey Votto, Peter Bourjos, and Shane Victorino all homered. Madison Bumgarner struck out 8 in 5 innings for the win, with John Axford adding a save.

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Runner Up

Lazy Sunday (Go Big or Go Home) only had 3 IP Sunday, or probably would have a TOD to their credit.
20/49 (.408)/9 runs/5 HR/21 RBI/7 K/2 saves/0.00/0.33

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 7:45 am 
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Monday, September 12

Acme Explosives (ECFBL)

20/46 (.435)

11 Runs
3 Home Runs
13 RBI

9 IP
9 Strikeouts
1 Win
1 Save
2.00 ERA
1.22 WHIP

Brandon Phillips hit 2 home runs, drove in 3, and scored 3 to pace the Explosives. Josh Willingham added a homer and 4 RBI, while Alfonso Soriano also knocked in 3 runs. Gio Gonzalez struck out 6 and picked up the win. Leo Nunez recorded the save for the 2nd consecutive day.

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Lots of great hitting numbers Monday, but not much to choose from on the pitching side. (of course, that's the night I choose to finish off my GS in a public league with 9 starts; only 3 wins/39 K with an ERA of 4.42 and WHIP of 1.40).

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 7:19 am 
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Tuesday, September 13

Drizzy Pirate (The Dread Pirate Rides Again)

16/36 (.444)

9 Runs
4 Home Runs
10 RBI
2 Stolen Bases

23.2 IP
20 Strikeouts
1 Win
1 Save
1.52 ERA
1.31 WHIP

The Drizzy Pirate has not had much go their way this season, but they are still battling in one of the toughest leagues in the RCL, and are now rewarded with the TOD. (makes it all worth it, right? right??)
Dustin Pedroia broke out of a little slump with a 4 for 5 night, hitting 2 home runs, scoring 4 and driving in 5. Miguel Montero (HR/3RBI), Evan Longoria (HR/2 RBI), and Alex Rios (3/4) also starred, while Rafael Furcal and Mike Trout each stole a base.
Mike Leake pitched 8 solid innings for the win,and Mariano Rivera added his 600th save. Ryan Dempster struck out 8, but his 6 walks did hurt the Drizzy P WHIP.

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Runner Up

Call Me Tater Salad (RCL 7) 18/49 (.367)
9 runs/4 HR/12 RBI/2 SB
18.1 IP/14 K/2 wins/1 save/1.47/0.87


Noted:

Magnificent Ivy (RCL 22) hit .512 (22/43), scored 12 runs and drove in 11.

Colicky Fuddruckers (League of Razz and Balls) hit .469 (23/49) and scored 14 runs.

Alfredo Simon's Shutdown Sauce (Roast Beef Curtains) hit .364 with 7 home runs and 13 RBI.

Retro Vertigo (ECFBL)
hit .364 with 7 home runs and 16 RBI.

Team Eisenhammer (RCL 22) hit 7 home runs and drove in 14.

raxx balls (Partially Torn RCL) hit .359 with 6 home runs and stole 3 bases.

The Evil Empire (RCL 25) hit .520 with 5 home runs.

Fister Roboto (Patrons of Poonhoundery) hit .381 with 16 runs scored.

Team Z (Razzbawl #36) hit .460 and scored 14 runs.

Team Beefcake (Too Drunk to Call a Cabrera), led by Zack Greinke, recorded 18 strikeouts in 9 IP.

Better Lucky Than Good (Partially Torn RCL) had 30 Ks in 20.1 IP with a win, 1 save, and an ERA of 0.89 and 1.33 WHIP.

The Thracian Soldiers (Roast Beef Curtains)
recorded a win and 4 saves in just 6.1 scoreless innings.

Munnsville Shockers (Trippin' Baseballs) struck out 19 and picked up a win and 2 saves, with an ERA of 0.49 and 1.20 WHIP.

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:34 am 
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I finally got some better than decent results from middle relief. I'm in a three-way race for the K's crown, but I've only got a few starts left, so I've been running out high-K rate middle relief to supplement the two closers I've kept. And it's been killing me. Bastardo, Rzy-the-dude-from-StL-with-no-vowles-in-his-name, Gonzalez, Gregerson, Chapman, etc... they've all polluted my ratios and decided not to K at their usual rate when I had them active.

But check this out from last night:

Robertson: 1 IP, 3 K, 0 ER
Jansen: 1.1 IP, 3 K, 0 ER
Storen: 1 IP, 3 K, 0 ER
Axford: 2 IP, 3 K, 0 ER
Casilla: 2 IP, 4 K, 0 ER

Total from relief: 5 pitchers, 7.1 IP, 16 K, 0 ER

The WHIP coulda been better, but I'm not really going up or down in that category, so whatevs...

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 1:17 pm 
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That was great pitching performance all around, MS. You probably won't be surprised though to learn Rzepczynski struck out the side today in his inning of work.

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 2:05 pm 
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Well, it surprises me as much as I've been surprised by Weaver's start so far today.

After he gave up 23 baserunners, and 13 ER in 11 innings against Texas and Minnesota, I benched hi when he went to Yankee-town. Of course, there he allowed 5 baserunners, 1 ER and struck out 11.

Today he's facing that dominating Oakland offense. Through 4 2/3 innings, 8 baserunners with 1 K.

Yay.

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:26 am 
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Wednesday, September 14

The Secret Weapon (The Beer League)

11/35 (.314)

8 Runs
1 Home Runs
5 RBI
4 Stolen Bases

14.1 IP
12 Strikeouts
2 Wins
0.00 ERA
0.70 WHIP

Josh Willingham homered and Ben Revere stole 3 bases to lead The Secret Weapon. Alexei Ramirez was 2 for 3 with a couple of RBI. Roy Halladay threw a shutout for a win, while Clayton Kershaw tossed 5 scoreless innings (before being ejected) for the second win.

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No fewer than 180 RCL teams (39.5%) hit under .200 Wednesday, with Viva los Rojos (The Dread Pirate Rides Again) "leading" the way at .026 (1/38).

Here are some top pitching numbers for the day:

Doug Dascenzo (Your Mom's a Schmohawk)
26.1 IP/21 K/2 wins/3 saves/1.37/0.72

Toronto Bautistas (RCL 5) 17.1 IP/17 K/2 wins/2 saves/1.04/0.58

Hack Pack (RCL 34) 21.1 IP/16 K/1 win/1 save/ 0.42/0.94

Cust Kayin' (RCL 7) 16.0 IP/15 K/2 wins/1.12/0.62

Team Devitt-Carolan (Trippin' Baseballs) 17.1 IP/15 K/1 win/1 save/ 0.52/0.92

The Knights of Aruba (Patrons of Poonhoundery)
20.0 IP/14 K/3 wins/1 save/0.90/0.90

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 5:04 am 
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Thursday, September 15

Big Z's Anger Management (RCL #33)

10/35 (.286)

7 Runs
3 Home Runs
8 RBI

16 IP
20 Strikeouts
1 Win
1.12 ERA
0.75 WHIP

Pablo Sandoval hit for the cycle and drove in 2 runs to lead the Anger Management team. Carlos Pena and Logan Morrison also homered. Cliff Lee (9 IP/12 K/1 ER) and Brandon McCarthy (7 IP/8 K/Win/1 ER) delivered the superb pitching numbers needed for a TOD.

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Runners Up

Evil Evies (ECFBL) 12/27 (.444)/6 Runs/1 HR/9 RBI/ /12.0 IP/14 K/1 Win/2.25/0.75

Over The Hill (The Beer League) 16/37 (.432)/7 Runs/2 HR/9 RBI/ /6.0 IP/4 K/1 Win/0.00/0.67

Top Hitting Numbers

Luscious Ballfros (Your Mom's a Schmohawk) 13/35 (.371)/8 Runs/4 HR/11 RBI.

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 Post subject: Re: Team Of The Day
PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2011 5:21 am 
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Friday, September 16

THE FIELD (The Dread Pirate Rides Again)

18/41 (.439)

6 Runs
3 Home Runs
11 RBI
5 Stolen Bases

9 IP
12 Strikeouts
2 Wins
2.00 ERA
1.44 WHIP

THE FIELD moved into a tie for first as the see-saw battle with That's a shame continues. The Dread Pirate remains one of the toughest leagues, and this fight could go down to the last day.

James Loney homered and drove in 3 and Mike Moustakas added the Slam and Legs to pace The Field Friday. Cody Ross, Lonnie Chisenhall, and David Ortiz each added a couple RBI, while Johnny Damon stole 3 bases. Josh Beckett struck out 7 in 6 innings to get the win, and Greg Holland added a win and 2 Ks in relief.

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Other top teams for Friday:

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That's What She Said (Your Mom's a Schmohawk) hit .449, scored 12 runs, and stole 8 bases.

In all, there were 26 steals in the majors Friday.

RCL 5 led all leagues with 21 stolen bases.

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