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The Big Picture

July 16, 2012

It’s a good thing this season doesn’t matter,because, through all games of Sunday, April 15, 2012, the Astros own ┬áthe worst record in the big leagues:

POSITION TEAM WON LOST W PCT. GB
1 Yankees 54 34` .614
2 Rangers 54 35 .607 0.5
3 Nationals 51 35 .593 2.0
4 Reds 50 38 .568 4.0
5t Braves 49 39 .557 5.0
5t Pirates 49 39 .557 5.0
5t White Sox 49 39 .557 5.0
8t Angels 49 40 .551 5.5
8t Giants 49 40 .551 5.5
10 Dodgers 48 42 .533 7.0
11 Orioles 46 42 .523 8.0
12t Athletics 46 43 .517 8.5
12t Cardinals 46 43 .517 8.5
12t Mets 46 43 .517 8.5
12t Rays 46 43 .517 8.5
12t Tigers 46 43 .517 8,5
17 Indians 45 43 .511 9.0
18t Blue Jays 45 44 .506 9.5
18t Red Sox 45 44 .506 9.5
20t Brewers 42 46 .477 12.0
20t Diamondbacks 42 46 .477 12.0
20t Marlins 42 46 .477 12.0
23 Royals 38 49 .437 15.5
24 Phillies 39 51 .433 16.0
25 Mariners 37 53 .411 18.0
26t Cubs 36 52 .409 18.0
26t Twins 36 52 .409 18.0
28 Padres 36 54 .400 19.0
29 Rockies 34 54 .386 20.0
30 Astros 33 56 .371 21.5

 

A Pox Upon the Up and Running Baseball One-World

I pledge no allegiance – to the flag,

Of the united big league of baseball,

But to the sweet memory – of Stan the Man,

As they soon move the DH – into old NL land.

Pox to the republic – for which he now plans,

One baseball nation – under Bud,

With liberty and revenue for some.