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OFFICIAL:The 2013 MLB Postseason Thread

OFFICIAL:The 2013 MLB Postseason Thread

Lester was awesome again, St louis fans will make up another excuse as to why lester dominated them.

Lol Wainwrong strikes again
I don't know how the cardinals win two in boston. That's going to be ridiculously tough.
If Boston goes on to win the WS they should just split the MVP between Ortiz and Lester. Both have come up HUGE
THE WZ WORLD SERIES SHOWDOWN

Team ACA. 3

jrg. 2
jrg will now drown his sorrows at the Rams-Seahawks game
#ACA
Jrg isn't even scared they could be down 4-0 in the series and he still wouldn't be worried
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Originally posted by blunt_probe:
I don't know how the cardinals win two in boston. That's going to be ridiculously tough.

Maybe 10% chance...
Wonder when the last time a team won Games 6 and 7 on the road to win a WS. Long time I'm thinking.
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
I don't know how the cardinals win two in boston. That's going to be ridiculously tough.

Maybe 10% chance...

All they have to do is do what Boston just did to them. Odds are much better than just 10% I think.
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
I don't know how the cardinals win two in boston. That's going to be ridiculously tough.

Maybe 10% chance...

Fenway magic.
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Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 4ML:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
I don't know how the cardinals win two in boston. That's going to be ridiculously tough.

Maybe 10% chance...

All they have to do is do what Boston just did to them. Odds are much better than just 10% I think.

IMO, facing elimination on the road makes it that much difficult. But, maybe 10% is too low.
[ Edited by 4ML on Oct 28, 2013 at 8:21 PM ]
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Wonder when the last time a team won Games 6 and 7 on the road to win a WS. Long time I'm thinking.

1979 Pirates?
I bet the conclusion because Wacha is starting Game 6, the Cards will win and force Game 7.

I believe the Sox have figured him out.
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The Uehara Phenomenon

One of the best baseball stories of our generation.

Top 10 WHIPs in baseball history, pitching at least 50 innings:
1. Koji Uehara, 2013, 0.565
2. Dennis Eckersley, 1989, 0.607
3. Dennis Eckersley, 1990, 0.614
4. Craig Kimbrel, 2012, 0.654
5. Mariano Rivera, 2008, 0.665
6. Joaquin Benoit, 2010, 0.680
7. Eric Gagne, 2003, 0.692
8. J.J. Putz, 2007, 0.698
9. Cla Meredith, 2006, 0.711
10. Takashi Saito, 2007, 0.715


Top five pitchers at making hitters miss balls in the strike zone:
1. Uehara, 31.1%
2. Ernesto Frieri, 26.9%
3. Aroldis Chapman, 25.6%
4. Greg Holland, 24.2%
5. Kenley Jansen, 23.8%
Now, the same top five with their average fastball speed:
1. Uehara, 89.2 mph
2. Frieri, 94.1 mph
3. Chapman, 98.4 mph
4. Holland, 96.1 mph
5. Jansen, 93.6 mph
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