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Re: If a tree falls in Cleveland,

Unread postby justmebd » Wed Sep 25, 2013 3:42 pm

1Perry wrote:Understood. I'm 3 hours away, work till 6:30 and out of vacation. Maybe it's something that the powers that be might consider for next year. A thread for extra tickets or something so a few might be able to go where they wouldn't have been able to otherwise.......

I'm thinking we should organize a night and just all go, once next year's schedule is announced.

Some night when it's going to be low attendance so we can class the joint up.
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Re: If a tree falls in Cleveland,

Unread postby OldDawg » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:53 am

OldDawg wrote:Should be very interesting down the stretch! The Indians can't complain about the remaining schedules. The Twins at .422 are the best opponent we have to face. All 7 of Tampa Bays remaining opponents have better records than the Twins and 2 are over .500. Also, Tampa Bay has to play their last 6 on the road. Texas has 3 against the woeful Astros and 3 against the Angels who are near .500. All of Texas's remaining games are at home.

Remaining schedules:

2 Home vs White Sox (61-94 .394)
4 @ Minnesota Twins (65-89 .422)
Total record of opponents per game: .413
2 Home, 4 Away

Tampa Bay
1 Home vs Baltimore (81-74 .523)
3 @ NY Yankees (82-74 .526)
3 @ Toronto Blue Jays (71-84 .458)
Total record of opponents per game: .496
1 Home, 6 Away

3 Home vs Astros (51-105 .327)
4 Home vs Angels (76-78 .494)
Total record of opponents per game: .393
7 Home

Holy mackeral... Since this post these teams are 11-0: Tribe 3-0, Tampa Bay 4-0, 4-0

Remaining schedules:

3 @ Minnesota Twins (66-93 .415)

Tampa Bay
3 @ Toronto Blue Jays (72-87 .453)

3 Home vs Angels (78-81 .491)

Of course the "tanking opponents" factor means the opponents' records can be meaningless right now. I guess there can be degrees of tanking... Hey, we in Cleveland understand tanking... we've mastered it.
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