• Spring Training Records, To Date

    Posted by on March 27th, 2013 · Comments (5)

    Do these numbers mean anything?

    W L PCT
    Kansas City 23 6 .793
    Baltimore 18 8 .692
    Seattle 19 11 .633
    Detroit 18 12 .600
    Atlanta 19 14 .576
    Colorado 16 12 .571
    Cleveland 16 13 .552
    Oakland 14 12 .538
    San Francisco 14 13 .519
    Minnesota 15 14 .517
    Arizona 15 14 .517
    Boston 15 15 .500
    NY Mets 13 13 .500
    St. Louis 14 14 .500
    Tampa Bay 15 15 .500
    Texas 15 15 .500
    Chicago Cubs 16 17 .485
    Philadelphia 14 15 .483
    Houston 13 14 .481
    Chicago Sox 12 13 .480
    San Diego 15 17 .469
    Toronto 13 16 .448
    Miami 12 15 .444
    Washington 12 16 .429
    Pittsburgh 12 17 .414
    NY Yankees 12 17 .414
    LA Dodgers 11 18 .379
    Milwaukee 10 17 .370
    Cincinnati 10 18 .357
    LA Angels 8 18 .308

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    Comments on Spring Training Records, To Date

    1. Garcia
      March 27th, 2013 | 1:41 pm

      Nope, those number mean absolutely nothing — do Vernon Wells spring training mean something to you?

    2. Garcia
      March 27th, 2013 | 1:52 pm

      *numbers

    3. Evan3457
      March 27th, 2013 | 5:40 pm

      Not really very much.

      Although I do recall a certain blogger who said that the record in the last couple of weeks of spring training meant something.

      Didn’t the Yanks start 1-10, or something? :D

    4. Evan3457
      March 27th, 2013 | 5:41 pm

      The bottom 5 teams in this list all finished over .500 last year. Of the bottom 7 teams, 3 made the playoffs, and 3 were close.

    5. March 27th, 2013 | 10:00 pm

      In the words of Branch Rickey “the most dangerous time of year for a general manager is March and September”.

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