robstradamus was off…

…only by a few days (hopefully)

so rob predicted way back when (6/23/10) that the padres would clinch a greater-than-.500 record on 9/9/10 against the giants

it woulda happened too… if it wasn’t for the padres’ 10-game skid… tho even after a 10-game losing streak, the padres held onto first place — can’t say we didn’t give the giants a chance…

it’s been a while since i’ve been a stats nerd, so here we go…

stolen bases

  1. mets (122)
  2. padres (112)
  3. nats (101)
  4. rox (87)
  5. stros (87)

runs allowed per game (team pitching)

  1. padres (3.53)
  2. atl (3.81)
  3. gigantes (3.85)
  4. cards (3.89)
  5. mets (4.04)

era (team pitching)

  1. padres (3.35)
  2. cards (3.51)
  3. atl (3.54)
  4. gigantes (3.60)
  5. phills (3.80)

saves

  1. gigantes (49)
  2. padres (40)
  3. redlegs (38)
  4. stros (37)
  5. atl (35)

strikeouts

  1. gigantes (1133)
  2. padres (1117)
  3. cubbies (1094)
  4. doyers (1079)
  5. beers (1065)

shutouts

  1. mets (18)
  2. phills (17)
  3. padres (17)
  4. doyers (15)
  5. fish (14)

on game 138:

2010: 79-59
2009: 61-77

2010: 593 runs scored, 484 runs allowed
2009: 538 runs scored, 676 runs allowed

4 Responses to “robstradamus was off…”

  1. Sarmad says:

    cruzinusadomus

  2. andy says:

    the key stat: era (team pitching)

    notice, all those teams are in the races.

  3. andy says:

    anything less than a split sucks this weekend. my hope is for 3 out of 4. my dream is 4 out of 4.

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