Sunday, May 15, 2022

Rendon & Angels Defense Blows Game to Rays, the Rendon HRs Power Sweep

 The Angels weak defense misplaced four balls into hits on Clutch Defense plays  to lose 6-2 to the Rays.

 CD 5 is a gold glove nominee level fielder, and CD 1 is the weakest fielder. Right fielder Taylor Ward (cd1) could not get to a double and 3rd baseman Anthony Rendon (CD2) could not get to a grounder that went down the line for a double in a 3-run 4th inning to make it 4-1.

In the 8th Rendon failed to get to another grounder that went for a single, then Mike Trout (CD2) could not get to a line drive to seal a 6-3 Angels win.

However, Rendon more than made up for it in the second game with a solo homer in the 6th to give the Angels a 2-1 win, then added a 3-run homer the next inning to seal a 6-1 lead at the end of 8th innings to make it a sweep. The Rays scored twice in the 9th to make the final 6-3, but the win is still a sweep since it was 5+ runs at the end of 8th.

Reid Detmers pitched a brilliant game - 5 innings (his Max IP) with 9 strikeouts and 0 walks. The sweep concluded the first 4 rounds for our 10 teams - and 8 of the 40 (20%) resulted in 5+ run sweeps.





Statis-Pro 1978 Fielding Charts, Injuries, Steals, Clutch Defense etc.

 While we set up the new Fast Action Cards so you can get the results without the Statis-Pro fielding charts, we do still use these charts from the 1978 Statis-Pro game. There are more advanced charts, and in fact we added the Statis-Pro Advanced charts beneath these for Clutch Defense, Steals, Hit and Runs, Bunts, Runners Advancing and Hit & Run.


















Saturday, May 14, 2022

Hendriks Save, Pressley Rare blown Save Sinks Astros

 The Astros and White Sox boast two of the best reliever cards in our game. In two pitcher duels, Hendriks wrapped up a 2-0 win for the Sox in the first game.

Pressly in turn seemed set to wrap up a 4-2 win for the Astros in the 9th. Tim Anderson had his 6th hit of the two games to start the inning, but Pressly had a strike out and Maldonado made a clutch defense catch of a foul ball for two outs.

Grandalz with perhaps the best eye in the game, the drew a walk. Pressly's RR is 3, so he was still a pb2-9 for the next batter Abreu. However Abreu's bloop single made it three baserunners to burn out his 3rd and final rr to reduce his PB to 2-8, and Anderson raced home and since baserunners allowed or runs lower the RR by one, that run pushed Pressly down another number to a pb2-7.

That was key because when the next batter Sheets came up the PB number was an 8, this on his card instead of Pressly's 2-7 card, and the result was a 3-run homer on his card to win the game as opposed to what would have been a strikeout on Pressly's card to end the game with an Astros win.






Statis-Pro baseball tops Value Add Basketball for 1st Time

 Ever since we created the Value Add Basketball game a few years ago it has been our top blog month after month until now. While it is still first all-time with 59,000 visitors, our newest version of Statis-Pro Baseball has brought in more than 6,000 visitors the past 3 months (see last graphic) - still just more than one-tenth the All-time Value Add Basketball audience but actually 4 times the audience during those three months.

The middle graphic is of the only blog to pass the game for a month in the past - the blog from when covid shut down the NCAA tournament and we played in our.







Blue Jays Slug Past Indians into 1st Place

 The Blue Jays surged into 1st place in a pack AL with a 14-10 mark, one game ahead of the Yankees, Red Sox and Twins.

The middle three Jays, Guerrero, Chapman and Gurriel, all homered but Chapman homer d twice and used his top clutch defense 5 to snag a line drive and turn it into a double play.

The Jays received 3-0 sweep credit for an 8-3 win, and the 2-1 credit for a 5-4 win despite Hernandez and Biggio colliding to allow a 2-run first inning double and miss the rest of the game.

Cleveland started the season well due to two starts by Shane Bieber, with perhaps the best starting pitcher card in the game. Since he pitches one out of every four games to make Cleveland better in the game than real life - where he has started only 1 out of every 10 games for them the last two years. As noted below, they are 5-1 in the game with him on the mound, 7-11 when someone else starts.

Here is the scoresheet and standings. The game log google sheet includes this running tabulation, which also notes the average runs per game has surged from 4.4 to 4.7 the last three series due to some really bad No. 3 and No. 4 pitchers (4.5 was the actual average last year) and 19.4% of all games are ending in "sweeps" (5-run win margin). In order:

Toronton 14-10   ---

NY Yankees 13-11   1

Minnesota 13-11

Boston 13-11

Cleveland 12-12 (when Bieber starts 5-1, if not 7-11)

LA Angels 9-9

Seattle 11-13

Houston 8-10

Tampa Bay 8-10

Chicago White Sox 7-11








Thursday, May 12, 2022

Mariners Overcome Ejection, 4 Wind Blown HR and 5-0 Deficit in Fenway

Seattle watched four Red Sox wind blown homers (on DEEP card readings) that would have only left two other parks, and in the first inning the Mariners cleanup hitter France hit and apparent homer on a Z-play that was called foul, and he was the ejected for arguing. 

Ok, we could use Z-play charts invented since instant replay came to baseball, but on our 1978 charts that was the fun play.

By the end of the third inning, the Mariners were down 5-0 in our series between our two teams with the worst records in real MLB play this year.

The Red Sox have been great in their first six Statis-Pro games, but the exciting young Mariners led by Julio Rodriguez rallied for 11 runs in the middle three innings, and when Arroyo hit into a double play with bases loaded escaped with an 11-10 win.

Rich Hill threw 6 scoreless innings in the nightcap and the Red Sox secured a split with 3-1 win as closer Barnes retired Rodriguez (4 of 10 in the series) to end the series. 

All teams are within 4 games of each other in our season. Teams are averaging 4.6 runs per game (4.5 was the average last year) and 17% of our games have counted as sweeps for 5+ run wins).

Will see if Cleveland can stay in their surprise start with Lopez and Banks (and not Cy Young early favorite Bieber) going into Toronto to face a killer lineup in a hitters park.




Reverse Ranges on Card Just Mean A Blank Range

A fan pointed out what appeared to be an error in Wander Franco's card, with a backward range of 41-38 on strike outs. This gave me a good chance to clarify that when you see a backward range, it just means the calculation is that range should be blank - so Franco should never strike out on his own card.

For the rare batter with no strike out numbers on his card like Franco, here is the math on how many time he would strike out in 128 plate appearances in Statis-Pro games. If all 64 numbers came up once on the batters card and Franco has 0 on those 64 plate appearances, and then all 64 numbers come up once on an average pitcher's card with an average of 17 strikeouts, then Franco would strike out 17 times in 128 plate appearances or 13% of the time - much less than the current average of 23% of the time.

In fact, Franco has actually been to the plate almost exactly that many times in the real season - 131 - and has struck out even fewer with just 13 strikeout for less than 10% of all plate appearances. So on his card a 38 is a Deep drive that might be a homer, a 41 is a walk, but there are no strikeouts in between.

All 2022 Projected Batters (49 pages, 9 cards to a page) and All 2022 Projected Pitchers (62 pages, 9 cards to a page) is the only other thing needed to play the game, though more detailed instructions appear in this Statis-Pro baseball Game Rules.




Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Iconic Value Add Player Card for the Late, Great Bob Lanier (passed away Wednesday)

Kareem's quote in Airplane regarding the late, great Bob Lanier (the movie) - "The hell I don't. LISTEN KID. I've been hearing that crap ever since I was at UCLA. I'm out there busting my buns every night. Tell your old man to drag Walton and Lanier up and down the court for 48 minutes."

Bob Lanier passed away today at 73. He has one of the best player cards on any of our 136 great teams in the Value Add Basketball Game. Here is one of many stories on his passing - this one from the New York Post. His St. Bonnie's team is at the bottom of the blog.

I also included the scoresheet from when I pitted them against a great Maryland squad. As this blog details, Lanier scored 25 and grabbed 11 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as they fell ti Maryland 74-64.












Yankees in 1st in Statis-Pro, MLB and baseball tears

We decided to check and compare the results of our Statis-Pro results and results from the actual MLB season. So far we have played 30 games between the top 10 teams in the AL, which counts as 90 games based on our 5+ runs = 3-game sweep covered in this blog.

Since we relegate the five weakest teams in the league prior to the season, these 10 teams do not have the benefit of racking up wins against the bottom 5 teams. Therefore for an apples-to-apples comparison we compared each teams actual MLB record against only the other 9 top teams to get the first results listed below through 91 total games. The bottom set of standings are in our Statis-Pro games so far.


Actual MLB vs. other 9     
WinsLossPctGB
New York Yankees940.692     0
Minnesota950.643-0.5
Los Angeles Angels1270.6320
Toronto13110.542-1.5
Tampa Bay980.529-2
Houston1090.526-2
Chicago White Sox9100.474-3
Cleveland680.429-3.5
Seattle7130.350-5.5
Boston7160.304-7
Total91910.500 
     
Statis-ProWinsLossPctGB
New York Yankees1170.6110
Cleveland1170.6110
Boston1080.5561
Los Angeles Angels990.5002
Minnesota990.5002
Toronto990.5002
Houston8100.4443
Seattle8100.4443
Tampa Bay8100.4443
Chicago White Sox7110.3894
 Total9090 

The first thing you will notice is the New York Yankees are in first place both in our Statis-Pro league and in the Major League Baseball Games against the other nine top teams in real baseball. One of those games lead to this CBS Evening News clip that you need to watch if you don't know that it is ok to cry in baseball.



The two teams that are way out of whack are Cleveland and Boston, who are both off to bad starts - in Boston's case a terrible start - in actual MLB baseball but have winning records in Statis-Pro. Part of this can be explained by the fact that we use a 4-man rotation - so Shane Bieber has pitched two of Cleveland's six actual games and Nathan Eovaldi the same for the Red Sox.

We will see if they hold up in games 7 and 8 with their 3rd and 4th best starters on the mound. Here are our next games.
 
VisitorHome 
SeattleBoston 
SeattleBoston 
HoustonChicago WS 
HoustonChicago WS 
ClevelandToronto 
ClevelandToronto 
Tampa BayLA Angels 
Tampa BayLA Angels 
MinnesotaNY Yankees 
MinnesotaNY Yankees

After the Yankee focused post above, the Twins Sano hammered 3 homers to lead the Twins to a ridiculous 19-2 sweep to move them in front of the Yankees. However, Stanton homered twice and German allowed 1 hit in 6 innings en route to a 4-0 Yankees win in the nightcap that left the teams tied at 13-11.

As noted they actually have the two best records against the top 10 AL teams in real mlb play.




Monday, May 9, 2022

Kluber ejected, teammates throw shutout

 Corey Kluber was ejected after giving up 4 walks in 2.1 innings as the Blue Jays took a 4-0 lead on a grandslam by leadoff hitter Hernandez. 

On a z-play at that point the "12" in the original charts resulted in Kluber being ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Funny when the game plays out in a realistic like that, as opposed to a pitcher striking out 4 straight batters and then being ejected for arguing balls and strikes LOL.

The games were a mirror - as Hernandez batter leadoff and how heroics backed up a 6 inning, 0 run outing by Manoah for a 6-3 win.

In the second game it was the Rays leadoff hitter Josh Lowe with the batting heroics - 3 hits - while McClanahan threw 6 scoreless innings in a 3-0 Rays win to earn the split.

With no "sweep" 5-run wins in this series, there were 6 sweeps in 30 games during the first three rounds for 20% of games. The actual MLB average this year is 25%, but because our league relegates the bottom 5 teams, there are no chances to beat up on the week teams as the 10 are more balanced. 

In fact, noone has a better record than 11-7 at this stage. As the tracker below the scoresheet shows no team is worse than 7-11 either. The average runs per game is 4.4, whereas last year it was 4.5.




Sunday, May 8, 2022

Mariners and Astros Sweep Each Other

 Right after the previous post noting only 4 of 26 games had been won by 5+ runs for a "sweep," we had a 2-game series in which each team blew out the other once for a "sweep." 

Ray showed the Astros vulnerability against lefties with a 7-inning 3 hitter and Haniger had a Homer, double and single to lead a 14-2 Seattle win over Houston. That gave the Mariners credit for a 3 games to 0 edge.

However, Garcia the threw 6 shutout innings and because neither closer pitched in the first game blowout, Presley could pitch the 9th to wrap up a 7-0, 4 pitcher shutout. Correa's replacement at shortstop - only a CD2 as opposed to Carlos top cd5 but with pop in his bat - had 2 doubles in the win to secure the Astros Sweep for 3 games to 0 edge to make the series a 3-3 split.

One reason I like doing all 2 game series is I keep it simple with all of each team's relievers pitching one of the two games but not both - so you do get to see each of their cards in action, but not team is at a disadvantage in a series because they have tired relievers from the  previous series. This season I have pitcher the top 2 starters or the 3rd and 4th best starting pitchers for each team against each other. This works fine if you keep all teams with just as many games, but when I've let one team get ahead of others in games, I've had to pitch the 1st and 4th best starter or the 2nd and 3rd best to keep it even.

With 6 of our 26 games now 5+ run sweeps, that equals 71% of all series so far not being sweeps, just below the 75% in actual play this year.

Below is the score sheet with the player cards for those 4 players mentioned, and the the log if all games to date.





All Baseball Board Gamers - Consider 5+ Run Win = 3-Game Sweep

While this blog is a bit wonky, please consider the fun league rule I use that counts each game as a 3-game series. I suggest this rule not only for for those who play my Statis-Pro game or another Statis-Pro basic game or Advanced Statis-Por, but also for those who play All Star Baseball, APBA Baseball, Baseball the card game, Challenge The Yankees, Diceball, Dynasty League Baseball, Replay Baseball, Strat-O-Matic Baseball, Pocket Ballpark or Boardofdreams, or some other game I have not seen yet.

First, here are the reasons I believe the rule is fun, and then second I will cover the wonky part of why it will actually make your results even more accurate over time:

Reasons the 5+ = Sweep Rule Is Good to Use

It eliminates almost all boring games, because finishing off a 7-1 game can be boring, but knowing if you give up two runs to only win 7-3 costs the team a win (taking the series 2 games to 1 rather than 3 games to none) makes almost every game exciting.

Board gamers cannot play a higher enough volume of games - and the the margin of error is huge for a weak team to pull off 1-run games in a very short season and a teams margin of victory is a better predictor in a small number of games of how the team would do if you had time to play three times as many games for more accurate results.

My actual rule is to get a sweep the winning team must have led by 5 runs or more at the end of the 8th inning, without using their best reliever through that 8th inning (in other words, your closer cannot wrap up a sweep in the 8th). Using the score at the end of the 8th was also put in place rather than having a home team who won 6-2 in turn batting in the bottom of the 9th.

As covered in the next section - it is accurate to count a 5+ run lead as a 3-game sweep, and all other wins as a 2 games to 1 sweep.

Wonky Detail of all 110 3-game 2022 Season Series

At the bottom of this blog we list the scores of all 134 MLB Series (405 Games), though only 110 of the series were completed three game series - played from April 7 to May 7 listing the margin of victory for each game.

(Added note: a reader pointed out one month is too short a sample. I should have clarified initially ran 4 years of scores - almost 10,000 games - to calculate teams swept a 3-game series about 14% of the time and win by 5+ about 14%. I just like to run a check like the first month a year in case that ever changes - for example of teams started scoring 6 runs a game instead of the 4.5 from last year, I might find I need to change it to a 6+ run rule to keep it at 14% one year, but so far even with runs down a little the table below shows we are still at 14% using 5+).

The most important reason we check this is to see if the stats still show that a team has the same chance of winning a game by 5 or more runs then they do of sweeping a 3-game series, and once again that is the case. The most important factor is that 74% of games are decided by 4 runs or fewer.

That is within 1% of each team's chance of sweeping or being swept in a 3-game series. We looked at all 110 series of 3 games or more or if a series was more than 3 games we just counted the first 3 games of the series as the 3-game series. As you can see by the comparison, the bottom line is 74% of games are decided by 4 runs or fewer and 75% of 3-games series are split 2 games to 1 either way.

Reassured by the top table that it is just as hard to win by 5+ runs as it is to win all three games of a series - on the top table - we feel good about 
 
Actual MLB SeriesIf 5+ runs%Series%
Home Sweep5514%1615%
Split 2-1 Either Way29874%8375%
Away Sweep5213%1110%
 405100%110100%
 
    
Our Statis-Pro Games5+ = sweep%  
Home Sweep414%  
Split 2-1 Either Way2279%  
Away Sweep27%  
 28100% 

Reassured that once again in 2022 winning a game by 5 or more runs is as difficult as winning a series 3 games to none, we are happy that our fun league rule that each counts as three runs. 

As you can see from the bottom table, in our 28 actual games this year we have actually had only 6 sweeps so far, so only 21% of games rather than the expected 25% of games - but we expect that to even out as it was close to the 25% over the last couple of seasons we played.

Here is the breakdown by margin of victory for all actual MLB games this year, followed by the actual list of all games these first 31 days of the real MLB season. The table starts with the most lopsided road win, which was Cleveland going into Kansas City for a 17-3 win, and by the end of the list has the biggest home margin with a +21 for when the Cubs hosted the Pirates and won 21-0. 
 
Home - AwayGames%If 5+ = Sweep
-1410%Away Sweep
-1110%Away Sweep
-1031%Away Sweep
-951%Away Sweep
-861%Away Sweep
-772%Away Sweep
-6113%Away Sweep
-5184%Away Sweep
Total5213%Total Away 3-0
-4225%Split Away 2-1
-3389%Split Away 2-1
-2389%Split Away 2-1
-14611%Split Away 2-1
Total14436%Total Away 2-1
16416%Split Home 2-1
2348%Split Home 2-1
3297%Split Home 2-1
4277%Split Home 2-1
Total15438%Total Home 201
5184%Home Sweep
6143%Home Sweep
751%Home Sweep
861%Home Sweep
931%Home Sweep
1031%Home Sweep
1120%Home Sweep
1210%Home Sweep
1310%Home Sweep
1410%Home Sweep
2110%Home Sweep
Total5514%Total Home 3-0

Here are all the scores listed in order of road team and the games they played in order. At the end of each 3-game series (or a longer series in which we always count just the first three games for study purposes).

Game Log by Road Team (listed first) in order of games played April 7 to May 7, 2022:

Arizona 5, Miami 4, Home Edge: -1

Arizona 5, Miami 4, Home Edge: -1

Arizona 8, Miami 7, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Arizona 3, NY Mets 10, Home Edge: 7

Arizona 3, NY Mets 2, Home Edge: -1

Arizona 0, NY Mets 5, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Arizona 3, St. Louis 8, Home Edge: 5

Arizona 6, St. Louis 2, Home Edge: -4

Arizona 2, St. Louis 0, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Arizona 5, St. Louis 7, Home Edge: 2

Arizona 1, Washington 6, Home Edge: 5

Arizona 0, Washington 1, Home Edge: 1

Arizona 11, Washington 2, Home Edge: -9, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Arizona 4, Washington 3, Home Edge: -1

Atlanta 4, LA Dodgers 7, Home Edge: 3

Atlanta 3, LA Dodgers 1, Home Edge: -2

Atlanta 1, LA Dodgers 5, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Atlanta 5, NY Mets 2, Home Edge: -3

Atlanta 4, NY Mets 5, Home Edge: 1

Atlanta 0, NY Mets 3, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Atlanta 9, NY Mets 2, Home Edge: -7

Atlanta 1, San Diego 12, Home Edge: 11

Atlanta 5, San Diego 2, Home Edge: -3

Atlanta 5, San Diego 2, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Atlanta 1, San Diego 2, Home Edge: 1

Atlanta 6, Texas 3, Home Edge: -3

Atlanta 1, Texas 3, Home Edge: 2

Atlanta 3, Texas 7, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Baltimore 5, LA Angels 3, Home Edge: -2

Baltimore 5, LA Angels 4, Home Edge: -1

Baltimore 6, LA Angels 7, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Baltimore 8, NY Yankees 12, Home Edge: 4

Baltimore 2, NY Yankees 5, Home Edge: 3

Baltimore 5, NY Yankees 10, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Baltimore 1, Oakland 5, Home Edge: 4

Baltimore 1, Oakland 2, Home Edge: 1

Baltimore 1, Oakland 0, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Baltimore 4, Oakland 6, Home Edge: 2

Baltimore 1, Tampa Bay 2, Home Edge: 1

Baltimore 3, Tampa Bay 5, Home Edge: 2

Baltimore 0, Tampa Bay 8, Home Edge: 8, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Boston 3, Baltimore 1, Home Edge: -2

Boston 1, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: 1

Boston 5, Baltimore 9, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Boston 1, Detroit 3, Home Edge: 2

Boston 5, Detroit 3, Home Edge: -2

Boston 9, Detroit 7, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Boston 5, NY Yankees 6, Home Edge: 1

Boston 2, NY Yankees 4, Home Edge: 2

Boston 4, NY Yankees 3, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Boston 4, Tampa Bay 3, Home Edge: -1

Boston 2, Tampa Bay 3, Home Edge: 1

Boston 2, Tampa Bay 5, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Boston 2, Toronto 6, Home Edge: 4

Boston 5, Toronto 6, Home Edge: 1

Boston 7, Toronto 1, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Boston 0, Toronto 1, Home Edge: 1

Chicago Cubs 1, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: 2

Chicago Cubs 6, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: -3

Chicago Cubs 1, Atlanta 5, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Chicago Cubs 5, Colorado 2, Home Edge: -3

Chicago Cubs 5, Colorado 6, Home Edge: 1

Chicago Cubs 6, Colorado 9, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Chicago Cubs 6, Colorado 4, Home Edge: -2

Chicago Cubs 1, Milwaukee 11, Home Edge: 10

Chicago Cubs 1, Milwaukee 9, Home Edge: 8

Chicago Cubs 2, Milwaukee 0, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Chicago Cubs 2, Pittsburgh 1, Home Edge: -1

Chicago Cubs 2, Pittsburgh 6, Home Edge: 4

Chicago WS 4, Boston 2, Home Edge: -2

Chicago WS 3, Boston 1, Home Edge: -2

Chicago WS 3, Chicago Cubs 1, Home Edge: -2

Chicago WS 4, Chicago Cubs 3, Home Edge: -1

Chicago WS 1, Cleveland 11, Home Edge: 10

Chicago WS 1, Cleveland 2, Home Edge: 1

Chicago WS 3, Cleveland 6, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Chicago WS 4, Detroit 5, Home Edge: 1

Chicago WS 5, Detroit 2, Home Edge: -3

Chicago WS 10, Detroit 1, Home Edge: -9, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Chicago WS 1, Minnesota 2, Home Edge: 1

Chicago WS 2, Minnesota 9, Home Edge: 7

Chicago WS 4, Minnesota 6, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: -3

Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 7, Home Edge: 1

Cincinnati 1, Atlanta 2, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: -3

Cincinnati 4, Colorado 10, Home Edge: 6

Cincinnati 3, Colorado 4, Home Edge: 1

Cincinnati 1, Colorado 10, Home Edge: 9, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cincinnati 3, LA Dodgers 9, Home Edge: 6

Cincinnati 1, LA Dodgers 3, Home Edge: 2

Cincinnati 2, LA Dodgers 5, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cincinnati 1, LA Dodgers 9, Home Edge: 8

Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 6, Home Edge: 3

Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 18, Home Edge: 14

Cincinnati 5, Milwaukee 10, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cincinnati 1, San Diego 4, Home Edge: 3

Cincinnati 2, San Diego 6, Home Edge: 4

Cincinnati 0, San Diego 6, Home Edge: 6, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cleveland 10, Cincinnati 5, Home Edge: -5

Cleveland 7, Cincinnati 3, Home Edge: -4

Cleveland 1, Kansas City 3, Home Edge: 2

Cleveland 0, Kansas City 1, Home Edge: 1

Cleveland 17, Kansas City 3, Home Edge: -14, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Cleveland 10, Kansas City 7, Home Edge: -3

Cleveland 0, LA Angels 3, Home Edge: 3

Cleveland 1, LA Angels 4, Home Edge: 3

Cleveland 5, LA Angels 9, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cleveland 1, LA Angels 4, Home Edge: 3

Cleveland 1, NY Yankees 4, Home Edge: 3

Cleveland 4, NY Yankees 5, Home Edge: 1

Cleveland 2, NY Yankees 10, Home Edge: 8, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Cleveland 9, Oakland 8, Home Edge: -1

Cleveland 3, Oakland 1, Home Edge: -2

Cleveland 7, Oakland 3, Home Edge: -4, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Colorado 1, Arizona 4, Home Edge: 3

Colorado 4, Arizona 1, Home Edge: -3

Colorado 0, Detroit 13, Home Edge: 13

Colorado 3, Detroit 2, Home Edge: -1

Colorado 6, Detroit 2, Home Edge: -4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Colorado 2, Philadelphia 8, Home Edge: 6

Colorado 3, Philadelphia 10, Home Edge: 7

Colorado 3, Philadelphia 7, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Colorado 1, Philadelphia 7, Home Edge: 6

Colorado 6, Texas 4, Home Edge: -2

Colorado 4, Texas 1, Home Edge: -3

Detroit 2, Houston 3, Home Edge: 1

Detroit 2, Houston 3, Home Edge: 1

Detroit 2, Houston 3, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Detroit 4, Kansas City 2, Home Edge: -2

Detroit 2, Kansas City 1, Home Edge: -1

Detroit 1, Kansas City 3, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Detroit 1, LA Dodgers 5, Home Edge: 4

Detroit 5, LA Dodgers 1, Home Edge: -4

Detroit 3, LA Dodgers 6, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Detroit 4, Minnesota 5, Home Edge: 1

Detroit 0, Minnesota 5, Home Edge: 5

Detroit 1, Minnesota 7, Home Edge: 6, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Houston 2, Arizona 1, Home Edge: -1

Houston 2, Arizona 3, Home Edge: 1

Houston 3, LA Angels 1, Home Edge: -2

Houston 13, LA Angels 6, Home Edge: -7

Houston 0, LA Angels 2, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Houston 4, LA Angels 1, Home Edge: -3

Houston 1, Seattle 11, Home Edge: 10

Houston 4, Seattle 0, Home Edge: -4

Houston 2, Seattle 7, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Houston 2, Texas 6, Home Edge: 4

Houston 5, Texas 1, Home Edge: -4

Houston 4, Texas 3, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Houston 3, Texas 2, Home Edge: -1

Houston 11, Toronto 7, Home Edge: -4

Houston 1, Toronto 2, Home Edge: 1

Houston 2, Toronto 3, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Kansas City 6, Chicago WS 0, Home Edge: -6

Kansas City 3, Chicago WS 7, Home Edge: 4

Kansas City 5, Chicago WS 2, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Kansas City 1, Seattle 4, Home Edge: 3

Kansas City 7, Seattle 13, Home Edge: 6

Kansas City 4, Seattle 5, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Kansas City 5, St. Louis 6, Home Edge: 1

Kansas City 0, St. Louis 1, Home Edge: 1

LA Angels 0, Boston 4, Home Edge: 4

LA Angels 10, Boston 5, Home Edge: -5

LA Angels 8, Boston 0, Home Edge: -8, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Angels 5, Chicago WS 1, Home Edge: -4

LA Angels 0, Chicago WS 4, Home Edge: 4

LA Angels 6, Chicago WS 5, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Angels 0, Chicago WS 3, Home Edge: 3

LA Angels 3, Houston 8, Home Edge: 5

LA Angels 7, Houston 2, Home Edge: -5

LA Angels 6, Houston 0, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Angels 5, Texas 10, Home Edge: 5

LA Angels 9, Texas 6, Home Edge: -3

LA Angels 7, Texas 2, Home Edge: -5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Angels 8, Texas 3, Home Edge: -5

LA Dodgers 4, Arizona 0, Home Edge: -4

LA Dodgers 3, Arizona 5, Home Edge: 2

LA Dodgers 1, Arizona 3, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Dodgers 7, Chicago Cubs 0, Home Edge: -7

LA Dodgers 6, Chicago Cubs 2, Home Edge: -4

LA Dodgers 5, Colorado 3, Home Edge: -2

LA Dodgers 2, Colorado 3, Home Edge: 1

LA Dodgers 4, Colorado 9, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

LA Dodgers 7, Minnesota 2, Home Edge: -5

LA Dodgers 7, Minnesota 0, Home Edge: -7

LA Dodgers 6, San Diego 1, Home Edge: -5

LA Dodgers 2, San Diego 3, Home Edge: 1

LA Dodgers 10, San Diego 2, Home Edge: -8, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Miami 0, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: 3

Miami 9, Atlanta 7, Home Edge: -2

Miami 5, Atlanta 4, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Miami 2, LA Angels 6, Home Edge: 4

Miami 3, LA Angels 4, Home Edge: 1

Miami 1, San Diego 2, Home Edge: 1

Miami 2, San Diego 3, Home Edge: 1

Miami 8, San Diego 0, Home Edge: -8, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Miami 5, San Francisco 6, Home Edge: 1

Miami 2, San Francisco 1, Home Edge: -1

Miami 2, San Francisco 3, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Miami 5, Washington 2, Home Edge: -3

Miami 2, Washington 1, Home Edge: -1

Miami 3, Washington 2, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Milwaukee 6, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: -3

Milwaukee 2, Atlanta 3, Home Edge: 1

Milwaukee 0, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: 2

Milwaukee 5, Baltimore 4, Home Edge: -1

Milwaukee 4, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 5, Home Edge: 1

Milwaukee 0, Chicago Cubs 9, Home Edge: 9

Milwaukee 5, Chicago Cubs 4, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Milwaukee 2, Philadelphia 4, Home Edge: 2

Milwaukee 5, Philadelphia 3, Home Edge: -2

Milwaukee 1, Philadelphia 0, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Milwaukee 12, Pittsburgh 8, Home Edge: -4

Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 1, Home Edge: -2

Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Minnesota 2, Baltimore 1, Home Edge: -1

Minnesota 7, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: -5

Minnesota 4, Baltimore 9, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Minnesota 3, Baltimore 5, Home Edge: 2

Minnesota 8, Boston 4, Home Edge: -4

Minnesota 0, Boston 4, Home Edge: 4

Minnesota 1, Boston 8, Home Edge: 7

Minnesota 8, Boston 3, Home Edge: -5

Minnesota 3, Kansas City 4, Home Edge: 1

Minnesota 0, Kansas City 2, Home Edge: 2

Minnesota 1, Kansas City 0, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Minnesota 1, Tampa Bay 6, Home Edge: 5

Minnesota 9, Tampa Bay 1, Home Edge: -8

Minnesota 9, Tampa Bay 3, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Mets 6, Arizona 5, Home Edge: -1

NY Mets 2, Arizona 5, Home Edge: 3

NY Mets 6, Arizona 2, Home Edge: -4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Mets 4, Philadelphia 5, Home Edge: 1

NY Mets 2, Philadelphia 0, Home Edge: -2

NY Mets 9, Philadelphia 6, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Mets 8, Philadelphia 7, Home Edge: -1

NY Mets 5, St. Louis 2, Home Edge: -3

NY Mets 3, St. Louis 0, Home Edge: -3

NY Mets 5, St. Louis 10, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Mets 5, Washington 1, Home Edge: -4

NY Mets 7, Washington 3, Home Edge: -4

NY Mets 5, Washington 0, Home Edge: -5, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

NY Mets 2, Washington 4, Home Edge: 2

NY Yankees 1, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: 1

NY Yankees 5, Baltimore 2, Home Edge: -3

NY Yankees 0, Baltimore 5, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Yankees 4, Detroit 2, Home Edge: -2

NY Yankees 5, Detroit 3, Home Edge: -2

NY Yankees 0, Detroit 3, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

NY Yankees 12, Kansas City 2, Home Edge: -10

NY Yankees 3, Kansas City 0, Home Edge: -3

NY Yankees 6, Kansas City 4, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

NY Yankees 3, Toronto 2, Home Edge: -1

NY Yankees 9, Toronto 1, Home Edge: -8

NY Yankees 1, Toronto 2, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Oakland 1, Minnesota 2, Home Edge: 1

Oakland 0, Minnesota 1, Home Edge: 1

Oakland 5, Philadelphia 9, Home Edge: 4

Oakland 2, Philadelphia 4, Home Edge: 2

Oakland 4, Philadelphia 1, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Oakland 2, San Francisco 8, Home Edge: 6

Oakland 1, San Francisco 0, Home Edge: -1

Oakland 13, Tampa Bay 2, Home Edge: -11

Oakland 8, Tampa Bay 9, Home Edge: 1

Oakland 4, Tampa Bay 2, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Oakland 6, Tampa Bay 3, Home Edge: -3

Oakland 1, Toronto 4, Home Edge: 3

Oakland 7, Toronto 5, Home Edge: -2

Oakland 3, Toronto 4, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Philadelphia 1, Colorado 4, Home Edge: 3

Philadelphia 5, Colorado 6, Home Edge: 1

Philadelphia 9, Colorado 6, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Philadelphia 3, Miami 4, Home Edge: 1

Philadelphia 1, Miami 7, Home Edge: 6

Philadelphia 10, Miami 3, Home Edge: -7, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Philadelphia 3, Miami 11, Home Edge: 8

Philadelphia 0, NY Mets 3, Home Edge: 3

Philadelphia 4, NY Mets 1, Home Edge: -3

Philadelphia 6, NY Mets 10, Home Edge: 4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago Cubs 3, Home Edge: -1

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago Cubs 2, Home Edge: -2

Pittsburgh 0, Chicago Cubs 21, Home Edge: 21, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago Cubs 3, Home Edge: -1

Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 9, Home Edge: 7

Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 5, Home Edge: -3

Pittsburgh 2, Detroit 3, Home Edge: 1

Pittsburgh 7, Detroit 2, Home Edge: -5

Pittsburgh 1, Milwaukee 6, Home Edge: 5

Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 5, Home Edge: 3

Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 4, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Pittsburgh 0, St. Louis 9, Home Edge: 9

Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 6, Home Edge: 4

Pittsburgh 9, St. Louis 4, Home Edge: -5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

San Diego 2, Arizona 4, Home Edge: 2

San Diego 3, Arizona 0, Home Edge: -3

San Diego 5, Arizona 2, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

San Diego 10, Arizona 5, Home Edge: -5

San Diego 9, Cincinnati 6, Home Edge: -3

San Diego 8, Cincinnati 5, Home Edge: -3

San Diego 7, Cincinnati 5, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

San Diego 5, Cleveland 4, Home Edge: -1

San Diego 5, Cleveland 6, Home Edge: 1

San Diego 7, Pittsburgh 3, Home Edge: -4

San Diego 6, Pittsburgh 7, Home Edge: 1

San Diego 5, Pittsburgh 2, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

San Diego 4, San Francisco 2, Home Edge: -2

San Diego 2, San Francisco 13, Home Edge: 11

San Diego 1, San Francisco 2, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

San Francisco 4, Cleveland 1, Home Edge: -3

San Francisco 4, Cleveland 2, Home Edge: -2

San Francisco 8, Cleveland 1, Home Edge: -7, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

San Francisco 1, LA Dodgers 3, Home Edge: 2

San Francisco 1, LA Dodgers 9, Home Edge: 8

San Francisco 4, Milwaukee 2, Home Edge: -2

San Francisco 4, NY Mets 5, Home Edge: 1

San Francisco 1, NY Mets 3, Home Edge: 2

San Francisco 5, NY Mets 2, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

San Francisco 2, NY Mets 6, Home Edge: 4

San Francisco 7, Washington 1, Home Edge: -6

San Francisco 5, Washington 2, Home Edge: -3

San Francisco 12, Washington 3, Home Edge: -9, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Seattle 2, Chicago WS 3, Home Edge: 1

Seattle 4, Chicago WS 6, Home Edge: 2

Seattle 5, Chicago WS 1, Home Edge: -4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Seattle 0, Houston 3, Home Edge: 3

Seattle 0, Houston 4, Home Edge: 4

Seattle 2, Houston 7, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Home Sweep

Seattle 6, Miami 8, Home Edge: 2

Seattle 1, Miami 3, Home Edge: 2

Seattle 7, Miami 3, Home Edge: -4, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Seattle 2, Minnesota 1, Home Edge: -1

Seattle 4, Minnesota 3, Home Edge: -1

Seattle 4, Minnesota 10, Home Edge: 6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Seattle 0, Minnesota 4, Home Edge: 4

Seattle 8, Tampa Bay 4, Home Edge: -4

Seattle 2, Tampa Bay 3, Home Edge: 1

Seattle 1, Tampa Bay 2, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 2, Home Edge: -2

St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 0, Home Edge: -5

St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 4, Home Edge: 3, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

St. Louis 1, Kansas City 7, Home Edge: 6

St. Louis 10, Kansas City 0, Home Edge: -10

St. Louis 5, Miami 1, Home Edge: -4

St. Louis 2, Miami 0, Home Edge: -2

St. Louis 0, Miami 5, Home Edge: 5, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

St. Louis 1, Milwaukee 5, Home Edge: 4

St. Louis 10, Milwaukee 1, Home Edge: -9

St. Louis 2, Milwaukee 1, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 6, Home Edge: 1

St. Louis 7, San Francisco 1, Home Edge: -6

St. Louis 3, San Francisco 2, Home Edge: -1

St. Louis 7, San Francisco 13, Home Edge: 6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Tampa Bay 2, Chicago Cubs 4, Home Edge: 2

Tampa Bay 6, Chicago Cubs 5, Home Edge: -1

Tampa Bay 8, Chicago Cubs 2, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Tampa Bay 2, Chicago WS 3, Home Edge: 1

Tampa Bay 2, Chicago WS 3, Home Edge: 1

Tampa Bay 9, Chicago WS 3, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Tampa Bay 6, Oakland 1, Home Edge: -5

Tampa Bay 10, Oakland 7, Home Edge: -3

Tampa Bay 3, Oakland 0, Home Edge: -3, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Tampa Bay 4, Seattle 3, Home Edge: -1

Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 7, Home Edge: -1

Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 2, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Away Sweep

Texas 8, Oakland 1, Home Edge: -7

Texas 2, Oakland 0, Home Edge: -2

Texas 0, Oakland 2, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Texas 6, Philadelphia 4, Home Edge: -2

Texas 2, Philadelphia 1, Home Edge: -1

Texas 2, Seattle 6, Home Edge: 4

Texas 2, Seattle 4, Home Edge: 2

Texas 8, Seattle 6, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Texas 8, Toronto 10, Home Edge: 2

Texas 3, Toronto 4, Home Edge: 1

Texas 12, Toronto 6, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Toronto 1, Boston 2, Home Edge: 1

Toronto 6, Boston 1, Home Edge: -5

Toronto 3, Boston 2, Home Edge: -1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Toronto 5, Cleveland 6, Home Edge: 1

Toronto 8, Cleveland 3, Home Edge: -5

Toronto 2, Cleveland 8, Home Edge: 6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Toronto 4, Houston 3, Home Edge: -1

Toronto 3, Houston 2, Home Edge: -1

Toronto 7, Houston 8, Home Edge: 1, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Toronto 3, NY Yankees 0, Home Edge: -3

Toronto 0, NY Yankees 4, Home Edge: 4

Toronto 6, NY Yankees 4, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Toronto 0, NY Yankees 3, Home Edge: 3

Washington 11, Atlanta 2, Home Edge: -9

Washington 4, Atlanta 16, Home Edge: 12

Washington 3, Atlanta 1, Home Edge: -2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Washington 10, Colorado 2, Home Edge: -8

Washington 2, Colorado 5, Home Edge: 3

Washington 7, Colorado 9, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Washington 0, LA Angels 3, Home Edge: 3

Washington 7, LA Angels 3, Home Edge: -4

Washington 4, Pittsburgh 9, Home Edge: 5

Washington 7, Pittsburgh 2, Home Edge: -5

Washington 4, Pittsburgh 6, Home Edge: 2, Actual 3-game series: Split Series

Washington 3, Pittsburgh 5, Home Edge: 2

Washington 14, San Francisco 4, Home Edge: -10

Washington 3, San Francisco 9, Home Edge: 6

Washington 11, San Francisco 5, Home Edge: -6, Actual 3-game series: Split Series