Monday, April 18, 2005

Nat Tracks

Once again, Beware! There’re junk stats ahead!

Runs Scored: 56
Runs Allowed: 61
Pythagorean Record: 74-88. (That’s a 47-win improvement over last time!
Actual Win Pace: 108-54.


Jose Guillen -- 68 home runs and 108 RBI with just 14 walks, but 162 runs scored.
Vinny Castilla -- 54 doubles, 149 RBI and thousands of new fans.
Brad Wilkerson -- 230 hits in 675 ABs. 189 Strikeouts, but 27 triples. (Move over Sam Crawford!)
Jose Vidro -- 68 doubles (Move over Earl Webb!) and 149 RBI.
Nick Johnson -- 41 doubles and 121 walks.
Brian Schneider -- 68 doubles, 27 errors.
Cristian Guzman -- 68 hits 14 doubles. 0 triples. 0 homers. 95 Ks. 14 SBs, 14 CSs. Millions of wasted dollars

Chad Cordero -- 95 games, 103 IP. 27 wins, 27 saves and 81 Ks
Livan Hernandez -- 270 IP, 176 Ks, 14 wins, 14 losses.
Tomo Ohka -- 41 Homers allowed, 94 walks in 162 innings.
Luis Ayala and Joey Eischen: 108 appearances.

(For a look at what happens when people start to take this pace crap too seriously, check out this BTF thread (Thanks Basil!))

2 Comments:

  • "Pace" is entirely useless until you've seen enough games. If you win you're first game, you're on pace to go undefeated. Right now Brian Roberts is the best hitter in the history of baseball, putting up .444 /.528/.933 -- and not a bit of cream or clear within reach!

    By Blogger Angry Sam, at 4/18/2005 1:12 PM  

  • No cream or clear, but he's definitely on something. Seriously!

    By Blogger Chris Needham, at 4/18/2005 1:14 PM  

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