• How About A Super Sunday In The A.L.?

    Posted by on September 28th, 2007 · Comments (4)

    The odds of this happening have to be off the charts, but, here goes…

    What if the Yankees and Angels both win their next two games while the Red Sox and Indians both lose their next two games?

    That would put the Yankees, Angels, Red Sox and Indians all at 94-67 going into Sunday’s games.

    Nah, it could never happen, right?

    Of course, if the Red Sox and Indians both win tonight, and if the Yankees and Angels both lose, then it’s all nailed down – no matter what happens this weekend: The Yankees get the Indians in the ALDS and the Red Sox get the Angels.

    Comments on How About A Super Sunday In The A.L.?

    1. Andrew
      September 28th, 2007 | 10:48 am

      That would be AWESOME. But if they all end up with the same record, who would get the choice of schedule?

      With what’s going on in the NL, this could be a week to remember.

    2. September 28th, 2007 | 11:19 am

      If the Yanks, Bosox, Indians, and Angels all finish with the same record, then the Yankees would have homefield advantage for entire post-season. I guess they would get to call the schedule in the ALDS too.

    3. Andrew
      September 28th, 2007 | 11:56 am

      And then who do the Yankees play, Angels or Cleveland? I was just wondering what I should root for, since I want to see Cleveland in the ALDS.

    4. September 28th, 2007 | 12:28 pm

      Indians and Angels: The season series was even at 5-5, so Indians win by virtue of better divisional record (46-23 vs. Central, while Angels are 30-21 vs. the West).

      This means, if all four were tied at the end of the season, the Yankees would play the Angels, if I got this straight in my head.

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