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Rest O' The League Round-Up: Volume II, Issue II
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
It's been nearly a month now, kiddos, enough time to get a peek and start putting together your baseball bets but few enough games to see some interesting/surprising standing stack-ups. Join me as I sum up the haps in each team's world in 10 glorious words or less apiece!

By the way, I'd be interested to hear which team is everyone's 2nd fave... tell me your number 2 club in the comments!

AL East Hoping Blue Jays stay down..
Boston: Nice work on all those come-from-behind wins. Honestly.
Baltimore
: Will be at bottom of barrel soon enough.
Toronto: Offense struggling. Still not as bad as SF.
Tampa Bay: At least they can read! Who needs wins?

AL Central Keep it up, KC! Mix this division up!
Chicago: Why do they keep trying with Contreras?
Minnesota: Justin Morneau on a roll and I'm jealous.
Kansas City
: What happened, Gil? You were in champion mode last year.
Cleveland: Westbrook out their record is almost Tigers bad.
Detroit: 8 wins! Leyland probs had to beat them into submission.

AL West
Let's get a team in Vegas and one in Portland and round this division out
Oakland: 171 trees? Were you aiming for 200 and ran out?
Los Angeles: Don't feel too bad - no one can beat the BoSox.
Seattle: Putz on way back and 'pen improving. Standings-climb forthcoming.
Texas
: Just blame it on Bush.

NL East
The NL East is the new NL West
Florida: Are you for real? How long will this last?
New York: Reyes finally heating up, but Delgado still sucking.
Philadelphia
: 6 in the lineup hitting .300+ and Lidge lookin' good!
Atlanta: Congrats, Smoltzy!
Washington
: Don't cry for me Carlos Pena

NL Central 50% competitive, 50% pathetic
Chicago: 10,000 wins a far cooler feat than Phillies 2398023409812 losses
St. Louis
: Even injured, Pujols is f'in ridic.
Milwaukee
: Gagne sucks and Sheets missing start already. Get it together.
Cincinnati: Perhaps Arroyo should go back to singing.
Houston: Who cares Tejada faked age?? El Duque's probs really 88.
Pittsburgh
: Nate McLouth still impressing!

NL West So much for that super-tight race...
Arizona: You're way better than I anticipated.
San Diego: You're better than this.
Colorado: Tulo, they need you for Rocktober.
Los Angeles: Andruw Jones becoming a joke. How long till perma-benched?
San Francisco: All I can say again: Barry Baked Ziti... wow.

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posted by Yankees Chick @ Wednesday, April 23, 2008  
9 Comments:
  • At 6:16 PM, Blogger Christopher said…

    Other teams? There are OTHER teams??

    Actually, St. Louis was always 'my NL team' if I was forced to pick one, mostly because I played for the Cardinals in Little League ohsomany years ago.

     
  • At 6:26 PM, Anonymous The Other Grady in Ohio said…

    If the Yanks can't do it, I'm pulling for the long-suffering Cubs fans. They've got a nice squad, too.

     
  • At 8:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I've found myself starting to care about the Dodgers now that Torre is there

     
  • At 8:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Anyone who doesn't cheer for an AL East team should pick the Rays as their second favorite. Get on the bandwagon now before it takes off :)

     
  • At 4:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    My 2nd fav, nl team, is the Pittsburgh Pirates. Great city that deserves to see baseball again.

    James

     
  • At 9:28 AM, Blogger Bruce said…

    Hey YC,

    It was Willie Mo Pena who was crying....a former red sox, which is where he picked up on the skill. God, what a disaster the Nats are turning out to be this season.

     
  • At 9:44 AM, Blogger Lindsay said…

    Obviously I have no "real" love left for other teams since all my love goes to the Yanks but in the NL, I enjoy rooting for the Pirates, partly because I feel bad for them and partly because I have been to their stadium (it's BEAUTIFUL!) and I had a great time and the fans who were there (though there were more seats than fans), were really into the game.

     
  • At 6:26 PM, Blogger Nesto said…

    It would have to be Yanks, if only to watch them lose. I mean staying up to 4 am to watch them play has to mean something.

     
  • At 12:34 PM, Blogger Christopher said…

    im a big fan of the phillies as well. chase, jimmy rollins and king cole are all great players to watch. very exciting team. plus i love the NL style of baseball

     
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