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8 minutes ago, SteveA said:

With our weak schedule I'll say we do better than that.   56

 

4 minutes ago, Aristotelian said:

They are at .331 with a tough schedule ahead. 54 will put them at .333. That's a bit of a stretch but I am going to be optimistic.

tee hee hee

 

For the record we have 23 games left and only 6 of them are against teams with a winning record.

55 sounds about right to me, sure.

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2 minutes ago, Aglets said:

 

tee hee hee

 

For the record we have 23 games left and only 6 of them are against teams with a winning record.

55 sounds about right to me, sure.

And one of those teams has practically clinched its division, and the other will likely be eliminated by the time we play them.

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3 minutes ago, TonySoprano said:

Waaaay back I went with the 51-55 group.  I'll say 54 wins

 

I was at 56-60 in March.  As usual, I was agressively optimistic.  Still possible to get to 56, but it's a reach.

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I'm going with 54 because of poor starting pitching exhausting the pen. But maybe Detroit tanks or Seattle is thoroughly demoralized and we reach 56?

54-108 is still a nice 7-game improvement over last year's collapse with a much more expensive and illustrious roster. 108 is an important number in Buddhism. it may signal the breaking of the karma tying us to the previous regime.

Texas 2-2

LAD 0-3

Detroit 2-2 54

Toronto 2-4

Seattle 1-2

RSux 1-2

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35 minutes ago, Aglets said:

 

tee hee hee

 

For the record we have 23 games left and only 6 of them are against teams with a winning record.

55 sounds about right to me, sure.

The schedule is not as bad as I thought. I will go up to 57.

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1 hour ago, TonySoprano said:

Waaaay back I went with the 51-55 group.  I'll say 54 wins

 

Well I went with 66-70, so that ship sailed long ago.

If we get to 54, that’s exactly half as many wins as losses, and that's a nice round number. So 54.

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