stumpak wrote:You can't just project out the same winning percentages moving forward. Over the last month of the seasons, the schedule is very heavy with intradivision games. By definition, these result in a .500 aggregate winning percentage for the AL East. So basically the NL East teams would really have to beat up on the rest of the league to continue finish the season with the same winning percentage they have now.
I would bet $100 against $10 that at least one of those teams have a sub-.500 winning percentage by the end of the season.
You misread me. I wasn't saying they would finish that way for the rest of the season, I was simply using their current numbers and putting them into 162-game format, for the sake of argument.