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The Marlins face Max tonight, so that's probably another L.  Padres v. Giants is Robbie Erlin for SD against Chris Stratton for SF.  I don't know who that favors.  They both seem like bums based on the numbers.

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Games of 9/25/18:  White Sox and Tigers won, everybody else lost.

8:  Rangers 66W/91L @Angels/@Mariners

7:  Reds  66/92  Royals/Pirates

6:  Tigers 64/93  @Twins/@Brewers

5:  Padres  63/95  @Giants/D-Backs

4:  Marlins  62/95  @Nats/@Mets

3:  White Sox  62/95  Indians/@Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

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Matchups tonight

SD-Perdomo, 7.56 ERA v SF-Kelly, 2.89 ERA.  I don't know more than that, but looks good for SF based on it

Marlins-Wei Yen Chen 4.66 ERA v DC-Kyle McGowin, 6.75 ERA.  McGowin appears to be a September call up, maybe the fish can take this one

Chisux-Fry 4.32 ERA v Cleveland-Bieber, 4.80 ERA.  I had taken Cameron Fry to be a Cubs fan.  Maybe he's tougher than the Beebs

 

 

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Worth noting, the marlins had a makeup game scheduled for October 1 that was cancelled. So they only have four scheduled games remaining. We need to acquire 3 more losses than them over the next 4/5 games we play to leapfrog them. 

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Games of 9/26/18:  Padres won, everyone else lost.

8:  Rangers 66W/92L @Angels/@Mariners

7:  Reds  66/93  Royals/Pirates

6:  Tigers 64/94  @Twins/@Brewers

5:  Padres  64/95  @Giants/D-Backs

4:  Marlins  62/96  @Nats/@Mets

3:  White Sox  62/96  Indians/@Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

A quick scan of the schedule tells me the Tigers are the only one of this group playing today.

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9 minutes ago, apabruce said:

Games of 9/26/18:  Padres won, everyone else lost.

8:  Rangers 66W/92L @Angels/@Mariners

7:  Reds  66/93  Royals/Pirates

6:  Tigers 64/94  @Twins/@Brewers

5:  Padres  64/95  @Giants/D-Backs

4:  Marlins  62/96  @Nats/@Mets

3:  White Sox  62/96  Indians/@Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

A quick scan of the schedule tells me the Tigers are the only one of this group playing today.

On the schedule, if there are only four days left in the season (everybody plays a series Friday, Saturday and ends on sunday) how can those teams have off days today but still play another team beside that final series?

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30 minutes ago, Keepleyland2 said:

On the schedule, if there are only four days left in the season (everybody plays a series Friday, Saturday and ends on sunday) how can those teams have off days today but still play another team beside that final series?

The Sox and twins have a doubleheader tomorrow. The rangers play tonight. The marlins had their game 162 cancelled. The padres and reds have three games remaining. 

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31 minutes ago, Keepleyland2 said:

On the schedule, if there are only four days left in the season (everybody plays a series Friday, Saturday and ends on sunday) how can those teams have off days today but still play another team beside that final series?

And I see that what i answered wasn’t your question.

the answer to your question is that apabruce must have cut and pasted his earlier post and only updated the order/records. 

Only the tigers and rangers should have two teams listed next to them. 

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1 hour ago, Shelton said:

the answer to your question is that apabruce must have cut and pasted his earlier post and only updated the order/records. 

This is the correct answer.  Apabruce got lazy.  Also, referring to myself in the third person, surely a sign of decline.

For the record:

8:  Rangers 66W/92L @Angels/@Mariners

7:  Reds  66/93  Pirates

6:  Tigers 64/94  @Twins/@Brewers

5:  Padres  64/95  D-Backs

4:  Marlins  62/96  @Mets

3:  White Sox  62/96  @Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

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We have jumped into the top 5 with 3 games against a desperate/contending Brewers team trying to win the division. Padres are playing out the string vs the Dbacks.

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40 minutes ago, kdog said:

We have jumped into the top 5 with 3 games against a desperate/contending Brewers team trying to win the division. Padres are playing out the string vs the Dbacks.

Rangers won, Tigers lost, every other team on the list didn't play.  White Sox play a double header today.  Texas is now out of the picture as far as the Tigers are concerned.

8:  Rangers 67W/92L @Mariners

7:  Reds  66/93  Pirates

6:  Padres  64/95  D-Backs

5:  Tigers 64/95  @Brewers

4:  Marlins  62/96  @Mets

3:  White Sox  62/96  @Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

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So to finish 3rd, need Brewers to sweep Tigers, Marlins to win 2 of 3 at Mets, and CWS to win 2 of 4 at Twins.

Confident in the sweep, but not in the other 2 parts.

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Tigers will pick no higher than 6th.

Technically, they can still get the #3 pick.  Tigers will have to lose the next 2 games, White Sox will have to win the next 2 games and the Marlins will have to win at least 1 game.  

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Padres won in 15 innings last night. Tigers can clinch a top five pick with a loss today. 

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On 9/28/2018 at 7:08 AM, apabruce said:

8:  Rangers 67W/93L @Mariners

7:  Reds  66/94  Pirates

6:  Padres  65/95  D-Backs

5:  Tigers 64/96  @Brewers

4:  Marlins  63/96  @Mets

3:  White Sox  62/98  @Twins

2:  Royals

1:  Orioles

The quote above has been edited to reflect games of 9/27.  The Reds and Rangers are now out of the picture for the Tigers, so they have clinched 6th pick.  See the 3 posts above for their chances of going lower.

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If Tigers lose final 2 games and Marlins win only 1 of 3, the Tigers will clinch at least #4 pick ..which will give AL Central 3 of the top 4 picks.  Has that ever happened since three division format?

 

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5 minutes ago, Tigrrfan said:

If Tigers lose final 2 games and Marlins win only 1 of 3, the Tigers will clinch at least #4 pick ..which will give AL Central 3 of the top 4 picks.  Has that ever happened since three division format?

 

Marlins only have 2 games left. 

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Marlins vs Pirates make up game that was set for Monday has apparently been cancelled.  This could rob the Tigers of the #4 pick.

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On 9/26/2018 at 9:26 AM, Shelton said:

Worth noting, the marlins had a makeup game scheduled for October 1 that was cancelled. So they only have four scheduled games remaining. We need to acquire 3 more losses than them over the next 4/5 games we play to leapfrog them. 

 

2 hours ago, Tigrrfan said:

Marlins vs Pirates make up game that was set for Monday has apparently been cancelled.  This could rob the Tigers of the #4 pick.

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Knowing the Marlins they will probably go cheap with their first pick so they can spread the money around so not being ahead of them isn't the end of the world.  

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