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2 minutes ago, UMDTerrapins said:

Are they under the impression that if there’s a tie between us and Arizona they use run differential to determine the first pick? Or perhaps we’re not very good?

Well when one team has talent, and is actively trying to win and the other team doesn't have much talent and isn't actively trying to win...

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The time of today's game is listed in the box score as 3:26.  It was scheduled to start at 1:05, so if it started on time it ended at 4:31.  Yesterday's first game was scheduled for 4:35.

So it appears we gave up 44 runs in 24 hours.  I wonder if that is a major league record?

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40 minutes ago, SteveA said:

The time of today's game is listed in the box score as 3:26.  It was scheduled to start at 1:05, so if it started on time it ended at 4:31.  Yesterday's first game was scheduled for 4:35.

So it appears we gave up 44 runs in 24 hours.  I wonder if that is a major league record?

Yes, it started exactly at 1:05 and ended at 4:31. So you are correct, the Jays scored 44 runs in less than 24 hours. Amazing.

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Numbers wise, this may have even been worse than 30-3 shellacking at the hands of the Rangers in 9 innings.

The Blue Jays scored 33 runs in only 7 innings..... 11 in the last inning of the previous game and 22 through the first 6 innings of this abomination. That is a pace for 42 runs in 9 innings.

In the esteemed words of Col. Kurtz..... The horror......   The horror.......

 

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