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Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 11:41 pm
by lakerevolution
3Peatkb24 wrote:A lot of Baseball left but we are halfway through May now and the Astros and Cubs have the 2 best records in Baseball. That is the 2 teams I picked to go to the WS before the season started. Dodgers are % points behind the Cubs.


Must be something in your Crown 3Peat :snapout: :waaaaa:

As of Thursday 5/16/19:

Astros .659 +87
Dodgers .644 +58
Twins .643 +52
Rays .634 +62
Cubs .625 +55

Yanks and Red Sox are super hot catching up to Tampa Bay, Brewers are going to be a beast for the Cubs, and it's likely that the Twins, Dodgers and Astros will own their respective divisions.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 3:28 am
by 3Peatkb24
lakerevolution wrote:
3Peatkb24 wrote:A lot of Baseball left but we are halfway through May now and the Astros and Cubs have the 2 best records in Baseball. That is the 2 teams I picked to go to the WS before the season started. Dodgers are % points behind the Cubs.


Must be something in your Crown 3Peat :snapout: :waaaaa:

As of Thursday 5/16/19:

Astros .659 +87
Dodgers .644 +58
Twins .643 +52
Rays .634 +62
Cubs .625 +55

Yanks and Red Sox are super hot catching up to Tampa Bay, Brewers are going to be a beast for the Cubs, and it's likely that the Twins, Dodgers and Astros will own their respective divisions.


Cubs lost tonight and the Dodgers, Twins, Rays won so it shifted in 1 day :roflmao:. I think the Cards will be a pain in the ass too in the NL Central. Brewers are very good though.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 12:39 am
by 3Peatkb24
As of now (May 18th) in the NL, the Dodgers have the best record at 30-16, Cubs are at 26-16 = 2nd best record. Cubs took care of the Nats tonight 14-6, Kris Bryant hit 3 HR's :kingclaphands: .

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2019 2:18 pm
by lakerevolution
Dodgers, Cubs and Yanks all sitting in first place. The Twins are playing well and of course the Astros are the dominant club right now. The Boys of Summer are taking center stage.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2019 5:16 pm
by 3Peatkb24
lakerevolution wrote:Dodgers, Cubs and Yanks all sitting in first place. The Twins are playing well and of course the Astros are the dominant club right now. The Boys of Summer are taking center stage.


Yeah the cream of the crop usually rises once June starts. Coming into the season I had the Astros, Cubs, Dodgers, and Yankees as being the dominant teams. I had the RedSox taking a step back because of the Repeat factor but they are still dangerous. The Twins are kind of surprising so far. If the Cubs make the playoffs, that will make 5 straight seasons (2015-2019) they have done so. Pretty impressive considering they also have won a WS (2016) in this time frame.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Wed May 22, 2019 8:34 pm
by 3Peatkb24
Cubs still in 1st place as of May 23rd. Pounded Bryce Harper and the Phillies tonight. Kris Bryant is a better player and doesn't make near the money Harper makes.

NL Central standings:
Cubs 29-18
Brewers 29-22 (2 back and 4 more losses)
Pirates 24-22 (4.5 back)
Cards 25-24 (5 back) - funny as hell they are struggling with all of that talent :waaaaa:
Reds 22-27 (8 back)

Lets face it, over the last 5 seasons (2015-2019) the Cubs have won more games than all teams and won a WS in 2016. Great stuff! :kingclaphands:

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Thu May 23, 2019 7:13 am
by lakerevolution
Twins, Astros and Dodgers have all built up nice cushions to lead their divisions, while the Yankees, Phillies and Cubs are all ahead by slim margins. Dodgers got crushed by the Devil Rays yesterday but hey -- losing every so often builds character, right?

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Thu May 23, 2019 10:14 am
by 3Peatkb24
lakerevolution wrote:Twins, Astros and Dodgers have all built up nice cushions to lead their divisions, while the Yankees, Phillies and Cubs are all ahead by slim margins. Dodgers got crushed by the Devil Rays yesterday but hey -- losing every so often builds character, right?


Cubs are in the best division in baseball IMO. Brewers, Cards, and Pirates are all good. It will be tough for the Cubs to pull way ahead in that division, especially with the Brewers there. The Twins are the surprising team without a doubt, is the Indians door closed of winning a WS with their core? The Astros, Yankees, and Dodgers do not surprise me at all, those teams are stacked.

Hard to believe only 1 more week left in May. June is when the season really starts. That month is very important leading up to the stretch run of July, August, and September. Once April and May are over, teams need to get it together or they will dig themselves a hole.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 6:31 am
by lakerevolution
IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 4:35 pm
by 3Peatkb24
lakerevolution wrote:IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:


I haven't noticed anything unusual Rev.

Your Dodgers look really good right now and so does Kenny's Yankees. Cubs had a nice day today, they won to improve to 30-20, Brewers lost and fall to 29-24. Cubs now 2.5 ahead in the NL Central after today. I am really surprised that the Cards are only 25-25 so far, glad the Cubs have a 5 game cushion on those guys because a lot of baseball left.

Regarding our Lakers, we are a mess and we need a miracle to get out of this funk lol. LeBron needs to work his magic and recruit some guys. Possibilities are out there = Kyrie, Leonard, Durant, Thompson, or a trade for AD. I still think Kuzma will be an all-star eventually as well.

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 10:34 am
by NuggetsCountry
lakerevolution wrote:IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:


Rev,

I use this link to see what is up:

http://truelakersfans.com/search.php?search_id=newposts

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 10:36 am
by NuggetsCountry
3Peatkb24 wrote:
lakerevolution wrote:IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:


I haven't noticed anything unusual Rev.

Your Dodgers look really good right now and so does Kenny's Yankees. Cubs had a nice day today, they won to improve to 30-20, Brewers lost and fall to 29-24. Cubs now 2.5 ahead in the NL Central after today. I am really surprised that the Cards are only 25-25 so far, glad the Cubs have a 5 game cushion on those guys because a lot of baseball left.

Regarding our Lakers, we are a mess and we need a miracle to get out of this funk lol. LeBron needs to work his magic and recruit some guys. Possibilities are out there = Kyrie, Leonard, Durant, Thompson, or a trade for AD. I still think Kuzma will be an all-star eventually as well.


:WTFface: um......................MY Yankees! Been rooting for them since 1956! :wishbone:

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 5:23 pm
by 3Peatkb24
NuggetsCountry wrote:
3Peatkb24 wrote:
lakerevolution wrote:IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:


I haven't noticed anything unusual Rev.

Your Dodgers look really good right now and so does Kenny's Yankees. Cubs had a nice day today, they won to improve to 30-20, Brewers lost and fall to 29-24. Cubs now 2.5 ahead in the NL Central after today. I am really surprised that the Cards are only 25-25 so far, glad the Cubs have a 5 game cushion on those guys because a lot of baseball left.

Regarding our Lakers, we are a mess and we need a miracle to get out of this funk lol. LeBron needs to work his magic and recruit some guys. Possibilities are out there = Kyrie, Leonard, Durant, Thompson, or a trade for AD. I still think Kuzma will be an all-star eventually as well.


:WTFface: um......................MY Yankees! Been rooting for them since 1956! :wishbone:


Yours and Kenny's Yankees :rthup:

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 11:06 pm
by lakerevolution
3Peatkb24 wrote:
NuggetsCountry wrote:
3Peatkb24 wrote:
lakerevolution wrote:IDK if it's me or this site but it keeps saying "news" when there are no new posts. Anyway, go Dodgers! As for the Lakers . . boy are we a mess :dedhors:


I haven't noticed anything unusual Rev.

Your Dodgers look really good right now and so does Kenny's Yankees. Cubs had a nice day today, they won to improve to 30-20, Brewers lost and fall to 29-24. Cubs now 2.5 ahead in the NL Central after today. I am really surprised that the Cards are only 25-25 so far, glad the Cubs have a 5 game cushion on those guys because a lot of baseball left.

Regarding our Lakers, we are a mess and we need a miracle to get out of this funk lol. LeBron needs to work his magic and recruit some guys. Possibilities are out there = Kyrie, Leonard, Durant, Thompson, or a trade for AD. I still think Kuzma will be an all-star eventually as well.


:WTFface: um......................MY Yankees! Been rooting for them since 1956! :wishbone:


Yours and Kenny's Yankees :rthup:


Thanks for the link Nuggs. If Kenny's Joe DiMaggio, Nuggs is Babe Ruth :standingO:

Re: MLB - the 7th Inning Stretch

PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 12:13 am
by 3Peatkb24
Cubs salvaged a game from those tough Astros at Houston. They won tonight 2-1 and Kris Bryant returned to the lineup homering which is nice to see. Through May 30th, the Cubs still lead the NL Central. Standings look like this:

Cubs 31-23
Brewers 31-25 (1 back)
Pirates 27-27 (4 back)
Cards 26-28 (5 back)
Reds 26-30 (6 back)

April and May are a feeling out process, I like where the Cubs are right now. They need to add 1 more strong reliever to be a strong contender though IMO. June will be telling.