Monday, August 4, 2008

August 4 Update


Div% WC% Proj W
Baltimore .0 .1 75.6
Boston 35.9 32.5 92.6
New York (A) 14.4 23.7 89.7
Tampa Bay 49.2 32.8 93.8
Toronto .5 1.4 81.2








Chicago (A) 41.7 2.0 85.7
Cleveland .5 .0 74.2
Detroit 17.7 .6 83.3
Kansas City .4 .0 74.4
Minnesota 39.7 1.9 86.0








Los Angeles (A) 94.6 3.5 96.6
Oakland 1.6 .7 78.9
Seattle .0 .0 64.9
Texas 3.8 .9 81.0













Div% WC% Proj W
Atlanta 1.8 .2 78.4
Florida 7.7 1.5 81.9
New York (N) 45.1 11.0 88.5
Philadelphia 45.4 11.1 88.5
Washington .0 .0 63.0








Chicago (N) 78.6 18.4 96.0
Cincinnati .0 .1 74.7
Houston .1 .3 76.7
Milwaukee 18.6 40.8 90.1
Pittsburgh .0 .0 72.2
St. Louis 2.7 14.3 85.0








Arizona 53.6 1.3 85.1
Colorado 3.4 .0 75.7
Los Angeles (N) 42.8 .9 84.7
San Diego .0 .0 67.2
San Francisco .1 .0 69.4

3 comments:

Jordan said...

TB is showing some wild movement. Has there been any adjustments to your assessment of the team's talent? Or is that really how much the odds can move based on a couple of games?

Thanks for the great work!

CardSharpCook said...

I'm curious about the NL East. How do NYM and Phi have the same playoff% and same div win% when Phi has a 3 game lead with only 50 games to go?

j holz said...

jordan: that is really how much the odds change. remember also that merely not losing any ground is good for the team currently in the lead, since they are now closer to the finish line. plus, the yankees are fading fast.

csc: this is a combination of the mets being a better team than the phils, and having a much easier schedule from here on out (.489 to philly's .506).