Baseball Crank
Covering the Front and Back Pages of the Newspaper
April 28, 2005
BASEBALL: Tom Glavine, Double Agent

Picking up on a thought here:

PERAH/9HR/9BB/9K/9
A3.418.530.653.085.52
B3.568.900.713.094.60

Now, if you signed Pitcher A as a free agent and got the numbers in row B out of him, you'd feel like you got your money's worth, wouldn't you? Well, except for one little problem:

PERAH/9HR/9BB/9K/9
C2.868.690.892.945.60
D9.3714.153.054.572.83

If you take out his performance against the Mets and Braves, A is Tom Glavine's pitching record as a Brave, and B is his record as a Met; astonishingly similar, actually. But C is Glavine's record against the Mets, and D is his record against his former teammates in Atlanta. Glavine went 16-7 career against the Mets, a .696 winning percentage compared to .620 against all other teams. With the Mets, he's gone 1-7 against Atlanta, .125 compared to .455 against all other teams.

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angels is the best team in base ball today.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: fjkfjkdtj at April 29, 2005 2:07 PM

Cripes, we've been found out! Quick, to the Tedmobile!

Posted by: Mac Thomason at May 2, 2005 2:21 PM
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