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JTWood wrote:Updating our unbelievable H2H playoffs...
We're in the Divisional Championship (2nd Round) portion of the post season. It's a two-week matchup. The winners from each division get 25% of the prize pot, and then play each other in another two-week matchup for the remaining 50%.
The #1 seed started the week down by about 50 points, or ~20% behind the #3 seed who won the Wild Card round a couple of week ago. The #1 seed has since outscored the #3 seed by 100 points to take a pretty healthy lead. The big break for the #1 seed has been the strong pitching of RJ and Pettite this week. Halladay's poor outing earlier this week may prove to be the undoing for the #3 seed.
This has been a see-saw battle for the beginning. They ended week one separated by 5 points, or 2%. The #1 seed jumped out to an early lead on strong pitching at the beginning of week two, but the #2 seed jumped back up on top with a huge night last night. Currently, they are separted by only 25 points, or 6% of the leader's total.
Like the other playoffs, this has been a two-week matchup. The #1 seed has a huge lead on the #4 seed and should be moving on. The #2 seed had been leading for most of their matchup, but they have tanked in the last two weeks while their opponent has surged. Carpenter's CG last night finally propelled the #6 seed into a surprising lead, and with two days to go, these two teams are separated by 42 points, or 11%.
1337_Dude wrote:It's probably sad that amount of pride I take in doing so well in that league.
BritSox wrote:Not to mention that the defending world champion Knights came seventh in the UK South league, so now needs to repeat to be in it next year...
wrveres wrote:BritSox wrote:Not to mention that the defending world champion Knights came seventh in the UK South league, so now needs to repeat to be in it next year...
This is true, and he has tuff road to a title. Toronto has been on a roll lately.
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