Originally Posted by flyer85
They don't. It is based on run differential, not what may have happened if everyone was healthy.
BTW, if you're expecting a healthy Jr in 2005 I have a bridge and some swampland you might like to buy.
Okay. I never said I expected Jr. to stay healthy the entire year. But there is a chance he can, right? My only point is that if Kearns and Griffey stay healthy, I think there is a good chance for this team to score more runs than their opponents for the year.