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  • Game #21 - PHI (14-6) -vs- BAL (9-12) - April 26th, 2017 - 7:05 PM - Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD




    As this series transitions to a new location, Jered Weaver gets his chance to return to action against the AL. The veteran right hander has had ample opportunity to see the O's as part of the Angels for the bulk of his career, but he got his first chance to face them with his new NL club.

    It looked like Weaver decided to bring his 'A' game to Camden Yards this evening; serving up seven quality innings, allowing two runs, and snaring a win. However, his ERA still rests above 3.50, which is something he'll likely want to improve upon going forward.

    Chris Tillman was the guy Baltimore trusted to help get them a second-straight win over the WS champs, but that goal would be dashed. Tillman never could really find a groove early-on, getting rocked for five runs (four earned) in four innings, and falling to an unflattering 0-2 for the season.

    Stephen Vogt has had a fairly silent first month of the season, leading to Jorge Alfaro getting the bulk of the starts at backstop, but he made the most out of his chance to start tonight. His first big hit of the year came in the second, when he roasted a two-run double to the gap in right-center. Carlos Gomez helped make it 3-0 in the third, beating out a single on a grounder to second, then watching as a run strolled home on an errant throw by the second baseman past Chris Davis' jumping frame.

    It got worse for the O's in the fifth, when Odubel Herrera crushed a two-run blast to the seats in right. The Orioles would finally answer later in their half of the inning, with a Roberto Perez single to right getting them a run. They would get their only other run of the game in the seventh, on a Jimmy Parades groundout to second that would allow a runner to come in from third. Carson Smith was called on in the ninth, and he continues to be perfect in his time as Phillies closer - finishing off save #8.


    PHI: J. Weaver 7 IP - 2 ER - 7 H - 3 K
    BAL: C. Tillman 4 IP - 5 R - 4 ER - 8 H - 3 K

    PHI: O. Herrera 2-4 - HR (1) - 2 RBI (2) - 2 R
    BAL: M. Wieters 2-2 - 2B (6)

    WP: Jered Weaver (3-0, 3.62)
    LP: Chris Tillman (0-2, 5.72)
    SV: Carson Smith (8)

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    • Booooooooo

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      • Game #22 - PHI (15-6) -vs- BAL (9-13) - April 27th, 2017 - 1:35 PM - Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD




        Despite going down quietly in yesterday's loss to Philadelphia, the O's show some fight in today's finale, and manage to come away with a split in this home/road four-game set. Not bad for the sub-.500 squad.

        Aaron Nola suffered his first bad outing of 2017 - and he made sure to make it pretty ugly. The righty seemed like he just couldn't settle in, much like Tillman for the O's last night, as he got slapped around for five runs on eight hits in four-and-a-third. What was he thinking after this poor performance?

        "Some days you just don't have it. I felt like I couldn't really locate my pitches like I wanted to, and that obviously hurt me. They have a very talented group of guys over there, so if you're off your game, it's not gonna go well. But, I'll refocus, and set my sights on my next start - you just have to keep moving forwards in this game."

        Yovani Gallardo wasn't great for Baltimore, but he was sufficient enough to get a win. He would give up four runs in six-and-a-third, but the bullpen would hold for him.

        Let's get to the scoring! In the first, Cody Asche would get Philly the first run of the game with a sac-fly to center. They would later add a second. But in the second inning, the O's came roaring back to not only tie, but then go on to take a 3-2 lead on a Hyun-Soo Kim solo homer to left. An inning later, fan favorite Manny Machado would add an insurance run with a solo blast to left. J.P. Crawford helped the Phil's claw closer in the fifth with his own solo home run to right.

        In the bottom-half of that frame, Jimmy Parades would continue to the solo home run parade - sending one out to left. In the seventh, Philly would close in with another run, but a quick response by Baltimore in the bottom-of-the-seventh pushed it back to a two-run deficit again. That would turn out to be all they would need, getting through the eighth cleanly, and then turning it over to Zack Britton in the ninth - who successfully brought it to a close.

        So, it's time for a trip to the Midwest next, with the Phillies going to the "baseball heaven" of St. Louis for three with the Cards.


        PHI: A. Nola 4.1 IP - 5 ER - 8 H - 6 K
        BAL: Y. Gallardo 6.1 IP - 4 ER - 8 H - 2 K

        PHI: J. Crawford 2-4 - HR (3) - RBI (6) - 2 R
        BAL: M. Machado 2-3 - 2B (9) - HR (6) - 2 RBI (15) - 1 R

        WP: Yovani Gallardo (2-1, 2.35)
        LP: Aaron Nola (4-1, 2.08)
        SV: Zack Britton (5)

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        • PHI (15-7) -vs- STL (10-12) - April 28-30 - Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO





          April 28th


          Adam Morgan (0-2, 4.76) -vs- Michael Wacha (0-2, 5.91)


          April 29th


          Jerad Eickhoff (2-0, 1.67) -vs- Jaime Garcia (0-0, 4.43)


          April 30th


          Jake Thompson (0-1, 3.13) -vs- Lance Lynn (1-2, 5.25)

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          • How is JP Crawford doing for you? One of my favorite prospects!

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            • Originally posted by tocooks View Post
              How is JP Crawford doing for you? One of my favorite prospects!
              Probably would've ended up with ROTY, if he didn't go down for the last month and change.

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              • Game #23 - PHI (15-7) -vs- STL (10-12) - April 28th, 2017 - 7:15 PM - Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO




                It's a fresh series in a new city for the Phightin' Phils, as they oppose the St. Louis Cardinals. Any baseball fan that has been following along the last few years know what a pivotal part they played in the Phillies' fall from grace in 2011 - defeating the Phils in the 2011 NLDS as the underdogs, and watching Ryan Howard suffer an injury that he would never recover from on the last play.

                Adam Morgan said before tonight's start that he aimed to "prove the doubters wrong", a task which might take some work. Now, he may not have silenced everyone, but he had to win them over just a bit with tonight's effort - allowing just one run in six innings, which would garner him a victory... finally. Things weren't quite as peachy for Michael Wacha for St. Louis. Ultimately, he would only give up three runs - but they would come within just two-and-a-third innings pitched. Some criticized the move to pull him so early, despite the rocky beginning, Manager Mike Matheny stuck to his guns, saying he was "trying to prevent a bigger outbreak." Obviously, that wouldn't end up being the case.

                Carlos Gomez would get it started for Philly in the first, shooting an RBI single up the middle of the infield. Former Cardinal Matt Holliday would add on a few moments later, slapping a single down the LF line to score another. After that, it was J.P. Crawford's turn to push the run total up - pulling another RBI single into right. Aledmys Diaz would narrow the gap a bit for St. Louis in the fourth, with a solo home run to left. But in the fifth, newcomer Dylan Cozens would make his presence known - sending a single into center to drive home two more. These guys certainly excelled at playing some small ball in this one.

                A couple innings later, in the seventh, Darin Ruf would put the final nail in the coffin for Philadelphia, when he crushed a two-run jack to left field. In the bottom of the eighth, St. Louis would secure their second run with a Randall Grichuk single (and subsequent E9 on the Phillies' part), but they would gather nothing more for the evening.


                PHI: A. Morgan 6 IP - 1 ER - 3 H - 6 K
                STL: M. Wacha 2.1 IP - 3 ER - 6 H - 1 K

                PHI: D. Cozens 2-3 - 2 RBI (3) - 2 BB
                STL: A. Diaz 1-4 - HR (3) - RBI (6) - 1 R

                WP: Adam Morgan (1-2, 3.91)
                LP: Michael Wacha (0-3, 6.46)

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                • Game #24 - PHI (16-7) -vs- STL (10-13) - April 29th, 2017 - 1:15 PM - Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO




                  It's a reverse of fortunes down in "baseball heaven" for the Phils, as they go from dominating to being dominated by the Red Birds. Perhaps it was the sunshine that got the home team energized today. Perhaps it was Eickhoff getting gassed early for Philly.

                  But anyway, it definitely was not a hallmark outing for the Phillies' ace, who only gave up one run, but was pulled after four-and-a-third - likely due to a very high pitch count, and not wanting him to blow a fuse this early into the season. Meanwhile, Jaime Garcia was a tough nut to crack for the visitors, with him coughing up only a lone run himself, but lasting a much more impressive seven frames. That would really turn out to be the difference today.

                  Despite the end result, it was a positive start to the game for the Phils, with Maik launching a solo blast to left in the first. Jedd Gyorko helped knot it up for St. Louis in the second - slipping an RBI single into left, past a diving Crawford. In the seventh, Randall Grichuk - who was responsible for half of the Cardinals' run total yesterday - would put them ahead with a solo dinger to left. It got worse in the eighth, when Stephen Piscotty ripped a two-run triple to right-center - making it 4-1. Later in the same frame, Jedd Gyorko would double down on his RBI total for the day - sending another single into the outfield to place a run. Kevin Siegrist would quickly polish off the Phillies in the ninth, and that would get them a win closer to .500.


                  PHI: J. Eickhoff 4.1 IP - 1 ER - 5 H - 5 K
                  STL: J. Garcia 7 IP - 1 ER - 6 H - 5 K

                  PHI: M. Franco 1-4 - HR (6) - RBI (18) - 1 R
                  STL: S. Piscotty 3-4 - 2 3B (2) - 2 RBI (14) - 2 R

                  WP: Jaime Garcia (1-0, 3.68)
                  LP: Bruce Rondon (1-1, 2.00)
                  Last edited by JHardy927; 01-11-2017, 12:52 PM.

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                  • Game #25 - PHI (16-8) -vs- STL (11-13) - April 30th, 2017 - 1:15 PM - Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO




                    With both teams owning a victory in this series, today's series finale was a highly anticipated one for the crowd at Busch Stadium. A win would place the Cardinals just one win away from .500, but a win for the Phillies would put them even higher on top of the NL East.

                    It was rookie Jake Thompson trotting out to the mound today for the Phillies. He continues to show why he was one of the center pieces of the Cole Hamels trade in 2015, throwing for six-and-two-thirds good innings, allowing two runs, and snaring the first win of his MLB career. Lance Lynn was on tap for the Cards, but his afternoon would be cutoff before it could really begin - leaving with some elbow tightness two-and-a-third innings into his start. Of course, he was still able to give up an unearned run in that time.

                    That unearned run would come in the third inning, when Thompson would lay down a beautiful sac-bunt attempt, but an airmail throw by Matt Carpenter would end up pushing home the game's first run. Later in the frame, a grounder to short by El Torito would not only get the Phils another run, but who net him an infield single. The huge inning wouldn't stop there for the Phightins, as Maikel Franco would extend it further with a two-run double to deep right. Groudnouts to first and short by Holliday and Alfraro, respectively, would get the Phils two more runs in the inning. That was finally where it would end.

                    The Cardinals began slugging along the long road back in the sixth, with a long double to left-center by Grichuk getting them on the board. Matt Carpenter would nab them a second run with an RBI liner into left an inning later, in the seventh. Carpenter would cause some more trouble for Philly in the ninth, making what looked like a sure win turn into a teeth-grinder, thanks to a three-run home run to right - doing all he can to make up for that error that began an avalanche. But Carson Smith would end up coming on to successfully finish off the game, proving that not just any Tom, Dick, or Harry can be a good closer. It's time for a big division series next to start off the new month, as the Phillies travel to Washington for three with the Nats.


                    PHI: J. Thompson 6.2 IP - 2 ER - 9 H - 4 K
                    STL: L. Lynn 2.1 IP - 1 R - 0 ER - 2 H - 0 K

                    PHI: M. Franco 1-4 - 2B (4) - 2 RBI (20) - 1 R
                    STL: M. Carpenter 3-5 - HR (1) - 4 RBI (4) - 2 R

                    WP: Jake Thompson (1-1, 3.03)
                    LP: Lance Lynn (1-3, 4.85)
                    SV: Carson Smith (9)

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                    • Team Statistics -- End of April 2017

                      Positional Players


                      C
                      J. Alfaro 20 G, 6 R, 18 H, 1 HR, 6 RBI, 0 SB, .265 AVG, .673 OPS, 4 BB, 4 2B, 0 3B, 72 PA, 1.000 FLD, 0.42 WAR
                      S. Vogt 13 G, 2 R, 5 H, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 0 SB, .167 AVG, .579 OPS, 1 BB, 1 2B, 0 3B, 32 PA, .963 FLD, -0.18 WAR

                      1B
                      M. Holliday 23 G, 7 R, 25 H, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 0 SB, .313 AVG, .822 OPS, 7 BB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 89 PA, .996 FLD, 0.60 WAR
                      D. Ruf 16 G, 3 R, 7 H, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 0 SB, .250 AVG, .750 OPS, 0 BB, 1 2B, 0 3B, 28 PA, 1.000 FLD, -0.03 WAR

                      2B
                      O. Herrera 22 G, 17 R, 28 H, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 16 SB, .329 AVG, .780 OPS, 5 BB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 92 PA, 1.000 FLD, 1.21 WAR
                      C. Hernandez 10 G, 2 R, 6 H, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 2 SB, .200 AVG, .459 OPS, 1 BB, 1 2B, 0 3B, 31 PA, 1.000 FLD, -0.02 WAR

                      3B
                      M. Franco 23 G, 13 R, 23 H, 6 HR, 20 RBI, 0 SB, .253 AVG, .768 OPS, 3 BB, 4 2B, 0 3B, 95 PA, .987 FLD, 0.55 WAR

                      SS
                      J. Crawford 24 G, 10 R, 15 H, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 1 SB, .192 AVG, .614 OPS, 6 BB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 86 PA, 1.000 FLD, 0.39 WAR
                      F. Galvis 13 G, 2 R, 3 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 1 SB, .111 AVG, .222 OPS, 0 BB, 0 2B, 0 3B, 27 PA, 1.000 FLD, -0.22 WAR

                      OF
                      C. Asche 23 G, 12 R, 22 H, 5 HR, 15 RBI, 2 SB, .265 AVG, .817 OPS, 3 BB, 3 2B, 1 3B, 90 PA, .973 FLD, 0.30 WAR
                      C. Gomez 21 G, 14 R, 26 H, 5 HR, 13 RBI, 7 SB, .310 AVG, .837 OPS, 3 BB, 1 2B, 0 3B, 89 PA, .977 FLD, 0.91 WAR
                      R. Quinn 9 G, 3 R, 3 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 3 SB, .115 AVG, .264 OPS, 1 BB, 0 2B, 0 3B, 27 PA, 1.000 FLD, -0.12 WAR
                      D. Cozens 6 G, 1 R, 4 H, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 0 SB, .200 AVG, .654 OPS, 3 BB, 0 2B, 0 3B, 23 PA, .929 FLD, -0.11 WAR

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                      • Team Statistics -- End of April 2017

                        Pitching Staff


                        SP
                        J. Thompson 1-1, 29.2 IP, 5 BB, 18 K, 3.03 ERA, 1.52 WHIP, 5 GS, 3 QS, 0 CG, 0 SHO, 0.37 WAR, 5.46 K/9, 4.08 FIP
                        J. Eickhoff 2-0, 31.1 IP, 1 BB, 23 K, 1.72 ERA, 0.64 WHIP, 5 GS, 3 QS, 1 CG, 1 SHO, 0.95 WAR, 6.61 K/9, 2.46 FIP
                        A. Morgan 1-2, 23.0 IP, 3 BB, 17 K, 3.91 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, 5 GS, 1 QS, 0 CG, 0 SHO, 0.26 WAR, 6.65 K/9, 4.17 FIP
                        A. Nola 4-1, 31.2 IP, 3 BB, 24 K, 2.08 ERA, 0.84 WHIP, 5 GS, 3 QS, 2 CG, 2 SHO, 0.56 WAR, 6.23 K/9, 3.75 FIP
                        J. Weaver 3-0, 32.1 IP, 3 BB, 11 K, 3.62 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 5 GS, 3 QS, 0 CG, 0 SHO, 0.65 WAR, 3.06 K/9, 3.40 FIP

                        RP
                        M. Harrison 0-1, 0 SV, 11.2 IP, 4 BB, 6 K, 1.54 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, 7 G, 0 BSV, 1 HLD, 0.29 WAR, 4.63 K/9, 3.00 FIP
                        J. Gomez 3-0, 1 SV, 13.0 IP, 2 BB, 7 K, 0.69 ERA, 0.69 WHIP, 16 G, 0 BSV, 6 HLD, 0.32 WAR, 4.85 K/9, 2.38 FIP
                        Y. Medina 1-1, 1 SV, 9.2 IP, 2 BB, 11 K, 4.66 ERA, 1.76 WHIP, 12 G, 0 BSV, 4 HLD, 0.06 WAR, 10.24 K/9, 4.03 FIP
                        B. Rondon 1-1, 0 SV, 9.1 IP, 1 BB, 4 K, 1.93 ERA, 0.96 WHIP, 10 G, 1 BSV, 1 HLD, 0.08 WAR, 3.86 K/9, 3.86 FIP
                        B. Oberholtzer 0-1, 0 SV, 8.0 IP, 1 BB, 1 K, 6.75 ERA, 1.38 WHIP, 12 G, 2 BSV, 4 HLD, -0.16 WAR, 1.13 K/9, 6.38 FIP
                        E. Araujo 0-0, 0 SV, 8.0 IP, 1 BB, 3 K, 3.38 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, 10 G, 1 BSV, 2 HLD, 0.18 WAR, 3.38 K/9, 2.63 FIP

                        CP
                        C. Smith 1-0, 9 SV, 11.0 IP, 1 BB, 12 K, 0.82 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, 12 G, 0 BSV, 1 HLD, 0.43 WAR, 9.82 K/9, 1.09

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                        • Team Injuries


                          MLB-2B - Darnell Sweeney - Torn Achilles Tendon - Out for Season (60-Day)
                          MLB-SP - Vince Velasquez - Fractured Forearm - Out 1-2 Months (60-Day)

                          AAA-RP - Mario Hollands - Dislocated Shoulder - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                          AAA-LF - Salvador Sierra - Broken Shin - Out 2-3 Weeks (15-Day)

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                          • League Injuries


                            MIA-CF - Marcell Ozuna - Torn ACL - Out for Season (60-Day)
                            WSH-LF - Colby Rasmus - Torn Hamstring - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            NYM-2B - Neil Walker - Dislocated Shoulder - Out 1-2 Months (60-Day)
                            MIL-LF - Ryan Braun - Torn Achilles Tendon - Out for Season (60-Day)
                            STL-SS - Joel Peralta - Fractured Wrist - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            LAD-1B - Adrian Gonzalez - Broken Arm - Out 1-2 Months (60-Day)


                            BAL-2B - Jonathan Schoop - Broken Hand - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            BOS-SP - Eduardo Rodriguez - Broken Hand - Out 1-2 Months (60-Day)
                            TB-RF - Steve Pearce - Broken Hand - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            CWS-RF - Avisail Garcia - Cartilage Damage in Knee - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            CLE-SP - Carlos Carrasco - Fractured Forearm - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            KC-LF - Alex Gordon - Fractured Wrist - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)
                            KC-CF - Lorenzo Cain - Broken Foot - Out 1-2 Months (60-Day)
                            MIN-SP - Ervin Santana - Torn Pectoral - Out 1-2 Months (15-Day)

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                            • National League Standings - End of April


                              NL East


                              1. PHI -- 17-8 (.580) ------- X.X ------- AVG .231 (29th) -- ERA 2.78 (3rd) -- FLD .993 (4th)
                              2. MIA -- 14-11 (.560) ----- 3.0 GB --- AVG .242 (26th) -- ERA 3.39 (6th) -- FLD .979 (28th)
                              3. ATL -- 11-14 (.440) ----- 6.0 GB --- AVG .262 (10th) -- ERA 4.02 (23rd) -- FLD .989 (11th)
                              4. NYM - 10-15 (.400) --- 7.0 GB ---- AVG .246 (19th) -- ERA 3.56 (11th) -- FLD .987 (21st)
                              5. WSH - 9-14 (.391) ----- 7.0 GB ---- AVG .245 (22nd) -- ERA 3.78 (18th) -- FLD .986 (23rd)



                              NL Central


                              1. CHC -- 14-11 (.560) ------ X.X ----- AVG .246 (20th) -- ERA 3.54 (10th) -- FLD .978 (29th)
                              2. CIN --- 13-12 (.520) ---- 1.0 GB -- AVG .237 (27th) -- ERA 2.63 (1st) -- FLD .995 (2nd)
                              3. PIT --- 11-14 (.440) ---- 3.0 GB -- AVG .261 (11th) -- ERA 3.68 (14th) -- FLD .992 (5th)
                              4. STL -- 11-14 (.440) ---- 3.0 GB --- AVG .230 (20th) -- ERA 3.71 (15th) -- FLD .988 (16th)
                              5. MIL --- 11-15 (.423) ---- 3.5 GB -- AVG .245 (23rd) -- ERA 4.71 (30th) -- FLD .987 (20th)



                              NL West


                              1. ARI --- 15-10 (.600) ------ X.X ----- AVG .259 (13th) -- ERA 3.63 (12th) -- FLD .988 (17th)
                              2. LAD -- 15-10 (.600) ----- X.X ------ AVG .252 (17th) -- ERA 2.69 (2nd) --- FLD .990 (10th)
                              3. SD ---- 13-13 (.500) --- 2.5 GB --- AVG .243 (25th) -- ERA 3.43 (7th) ---- FLD .984 (25th)
                              4. SF ---- 13-14 (.481) --- 3.0 GB --- AVG .257 (14th) -- ERA 3.76 (16TH) -- FLD .996 (1st)
                              5. COL -- 9-17 (.346) ----- 6.5 GB --- AVG .244 (24th) -- ERA 3.89 (20th) -- FLD .988 (15th)

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                              • American League Standings -- End of April


                                AL East


                                1. TOR -- 15-11 (.577) -- X.X ------- AVG .278 (1st) ---- ERA 3.98 (22nd) -- FLD .988 (19th)
                                2. BOS -- 14-10 (.583) -- X.X ------- AVG .260 (12th) -- ERA 3.64 (13th) -- FLD .994 (3rd)
                                3. NYY -- 14-11 (.560) -- 0.5 GB -- AVG .256 (15th) -- ERA 3.54 (9th) ----- FLD .989 (13th)
                                4. TB ----- 13-13 (.500) -- 2.0 GB -- AVG .277 (2nd) -- ERA 4.31 (27th) --- FLD .983 (26th)
                                5. BAL --- 12-14 (.462) -- 3.0 GB -- AVG .263 (9th) ---- ERA 4.22 (26th) -- FLD .991 (8th)



                                AL Central


                                1. CLE --- 13-12 (.520) -- X.X ------- AVG .264 (8th) ---- ERA 3.78 (17th) -- FLD .992 (6th)
                                2. DET --- 12-12 (.500) -- 0.5 GB -- AVG .273 (4th) ---- ERA 4.68 (29th) -- FLD .991 (9th)
                                3. KC ----- 12-13 (.480) -- 1.0 GB -- AVG .255 (16th) -- ERA 3.28 (5th) ---- FLD .989 (14th)
                                4. CWS --- 9-15 (.375) -- 3.5 GB -- AVG .246 (21st) --- ERA 3.49 (8th) ---- FLD .978 (30th)
                                5. MIN ---- 10-17 (.370) - 4.0 GB -- AVG .248 (18th) --- ERA 3.90 (21st) -- FLD .986 (22nd)



                                AL West


                                1. SEA -- 17-9 (.654) ---- X.X ---------- AVG .275 (3rd) -- ERA 4.06 (24th) -- FLD .983 (27th)
                                2. TEX -- 16-9 (.640) ---- 0.5 GB ----- AVG .268 (5th) -- ERA 2.88 (4th) ---- FLD .988 (18th)
                                3. LAA -- 13-13 (.500) -- 4.0 GB ----- AVG .264 (7th) --- ERA 4.46 (28th) -- FLD .991 (7th)
                                4. OAK -- 12-12 (.500) -- 4.0 GB ----- AVG .267 (6th) -- ERA 4.10 (25th) -- FLD .985 (24th)
                                5. HOU -- 10-15 (.460) -- 6.5 GB ----- AVG .232 (27th) - ERA 3.87 (19th) -- FLD .989 (12th)

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