Monday, July 11, 2005


Swept at the hands of the Cincinnati Reds? Thankfully, that didn't happen.

Tony Clark, who ranks second in the team's VORP, even though he's had just half the at-bats of everybody else, hit his 13th homerun of the year off of Eric Milton, who had looked absolutely lights out for 6 2/3 innings. Michael Gosling (MLB ERA as a starter: 3.54; MLB ERA as a reliever: 7.36) pitched 5 2/3 innings of scoreless ball.

2005 National League Rookie of the Year Lance Cormier got the win. Yes, I'm going to beat that horse into the ground, but seriously, look at the VORP -- the only two NL people ahead of him (Clint Barmes and Ryan Church) are injured.

Oh, and today's free article on BP's Predictratron? That was my idea, thankyouverymuch.

On to the All-Star Break.

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