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reds44
06-28-2006, 03:58 PM
National League:
offense:
1. Los Angeles (5.38 RPG)
2. New York (5.35)
3. St. Louis (5.01)
4. Cincinnati (4.91)
5. Arizona (4.88)
6. Philadelphia (4.87)
7. Atlanta (4.74)
8. San Francisco (4.68
9. Houston (4.68)
10. Milwaukee (4.65)
11. Florida (4.63)
12. Colorado (4.58)
13. Washington (4.49)
14. Pittsburgh (4.49)
15. San Diego (4.36)
16. Chicago (3.91)
defense:
1. San Diego (0.46 E/G)
2. Houson (0.50)
3. San Francisco (0.51)
4. St. Louis (0.54)
5. Colorado (0.56)
5. Arizona (0.56)
7. Chicago (0.62)
8. Atlanta (0.64)
9. New York (0.68)
10. Pittsburgh (0.69)
11. Los Angeles (0.70)
12. Philadelphia (0.71)
13. Florida (0.76)
14. Washington (0.80)
15. Cincinnati (0.83)
16. Milwaukee (0.86)
baserunning (SB-[CS*3])
1. New York 36
2. Cincinnati 24
3. San Diego 21
4. Los Angeles 12
5. Pittsburgh -2
6. Milwaukee -4
7. Philadelphia -10
8. Arizona -13
9. Chicago -16
10. Houston -17
11. Florida -22
12. San Francisco -23
13. Atlanta -26
14. St. Louis -31
15. Colorado -32
16. Washington -42
Starting pitching:
1. San Francisco (4.19 ERA)
2. San Diego (4.22)
3. Los Angeles (4.24)
4. Florida (4.26)
5. Cincinnatti (4.29)
6. New York (4.31)
7. Colorado (4.37)
8. Atlanta (4.53)
9. Houston (4.68)
10. Washington (4.71)
11. St. Louis (4.75)
12. Arizona (4.81)
13. Milwaukee (4.95)
14. Pittsburgh (5.32)
15. Chicago (5.37)
16. Philadelphia (5.53)
Relief pitching:
1. New York (3.20)
2. San Diego (3.38)
3. Philadelphia (3.57)
4. Colorado (3.99)
5. St. Louis (4.01)
6. Florida (4.07)
7. Chicago (4.08)
8. Pittsburgh (4.15)
9. Arizona (4.32)
10. Washington (4.52)
11. Los Angeles (4.56)
12. San Francisco (4.65)
13. Houston (4.72)
14. Milwaukee (4.92)
15. Atlanta (4.99)
16. Cincinnati (5.07)

RedsManRick
06-28-2006, 04:22 PM
The summary:

Offense: Good
Defense: Bad
Starting Pitching: Good
Relief Pitching: Bad

Sea Ray
06-28-2006, 05:11 PM
It's amazing that only 4 teams in the league have stolen more bases than they've been caught. Seems to me that usually the league average is 2 steals for every one caught stealing.

ochre
06-28-2006, 05:23 PM
It's amazing that only 4 teams in the league have stolen more bases than they've been caught. Seems to me that usually the league average is 2 steals for every one caught stealing.
Their formula was CS*3.

TeamSelig
06-28-2006, 07:10 PM
I think if you move us up to 6-8 in relief pitching we will be winning alot of games.

KronoRed
06-29-2006, 02:13 AM
The summary:

Offense: Good
Defense: Bad
Starting Pitching: Good
Relief Pitching: Bad
Bad doesn't come close for the pen...I'd use 'disastrous'

TeamBoone
06-29-2006, 02:13 PM
The defense appears to be getting better.