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danwl
05-03-2006, 02:26 PM
Keeping in mind that Atlanta, St. Louis, Houston, and San Diego made the playoffs last year, maybe we don't have it sewn up yet. On the up side, only the White Sox had a higher win pct at this time last year than the Reds' current .704.

NL standings, May 3, 2005

East
Florida 15-9 .625
Atlanta 15-11 .577
Washington 14-13 .519
New York 13-14 .481
Philadelphia 12-15 .444

Central
St. Louis 17-8 .680
Chicago 12-13 .480
Milwaukee 12-13 .480
Houston 11-14 .440
Cincinnati 10-16 .385
Pittsburgh 9-16 .360

West
Los Angeles 17-9 .654
Arizona 16-11 .593
San Francisco 14-12 .538
San Diego 13-14 .481
Colorado 6-18 .250

smith288
05-03-2006, 02:32 PM
Hard to imagine a year ago Marlins fielded a MLB squad instead of their current AAA split squad this year.

red-in-la
05-03-2006, 02:39 PM
Those of us caught up in 19-8 should take note of the Dodger and Florida records in the above post. The Dodgers simply fell off the cliff. Florida did not make the playoffs.

Falls City Beer
05-03-2006, 02:59 PM
Those of us caught up in 19-8 should take note of the Dodger and Florida records in the above post. The Dodgers simply fell off the cliff. Florida did not make the playoffs.

The Dodgers fell off a serious injury cliff, however.

danwl
05-03-2006, 04:15 PM
Hard to imagine a year ago Marlins fielded a MLB squad instead of their current AAA split squad this year.

I wish; at least that way I'dve seen 'em here in Albuquerque last year; a number skipped AAA altogether

registerthis
05-03-2006, 04:19 PM
The Dodgers fell off a serious injury cliff, however.

Yep, they would have won the West hands down if they hadn't been attacked and savagely beaten by the Injury Bug.