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Nolan Ryan? NOT AGAIN (from page one)

.....Now let's get back with comparing this first-ballot shoo-in with the other pitchers of his time so we can see how he "stands out".______ _____ ______ ______ _______ ______ ______ _____ 1978:_____ _____ carlton 16-13 2.84, ruthven 13-5 2.99, robinson 14-6 3.47, grimsley 20-11 3.05, rogers 13-10 2.47, swan 9-6 2.43, denny 14-11 2.96, sutton 15-11 3.55, vuckovich 12-12 2.55, hooten 19-10 2.71, john 17-10 3.30, rau 15-9 3.26, seaver 16-14 2.87, bonham 11-5 3.54, knepper 17-11 2.63, blue 18-10 2.79, g.perry 21-6 2.72, jones 13-14 2.88, fingers 6-13 2.54, richard 18-11 3.11, forsch 10-6 2.71, niekro 19-18 2.88, mcwilliams 9-3 2.82, guidry 25-3 1.74, figueroa 20-9 2.99, gossage 10-11 2.01, ryan 10-13 3.71, eckersley 20-8 2.99, stanley 15-2 2.60, caldwell 22-9 2.36, sorensen 18-12 3.21, castro 5-4 1.81, palmer 21-12 2.46, leonard 21-17 3.33, splittorff 19-13 3.40, gura 16-4 2.72, gale 14-8 3.08, matlack 15-13 2.27, jenkins 18-8 3.04, comer 11-5 2.30, goltz 15-10 2.49,... ..... ..... ...... What's hilarious about what happens when one immerses Nolan Ryan in a list of his fellow players in his own time is that it becomes like "Where's Waldo?" He sinks without a trace. It's sure not like Sandy Koufax, is it?..... .... .... .... ...______ _____ _____ _____ ______ .1979:_____ _____ blyleven 12-5 3.61, candelaria 14-9 3.22, kison 13-7 3.19, tekulve 10-8 2.75, romo 10-5 3.00, jackson 8-5 2.96, rogers 13-12 3.00, lee 16-10 3.04, schatzeder 10-5 2.83, palmer 10-2 2.63, sosa 8-7 1.95, may 10-3 2.30, martinez 15-8 3.26, fulgham 10-6 2.53, littell 9-4 2.20, carlton 18-11 3.62, reuschel 18-12 3.62, sutter 6-6 2.23, seaver 16-6 3.14, lacoss 14-8 3.50, hume 10-9 2.76, richard 18-13 2.71, niekro 21-11 3.00, forsch 11-6 3.03, smbito 8-7 1.78, sutcliffe 17-10 3.46, hooten 11-10 2.97, niekro 21-20 3.39, flanagan 23-9 3.08, mcgregor 13-6 3.34 , palmer 10-6 3.29, martinez 10-3 2.88, stenhouse 7-3 2.84, caldwell 16-6 3.29, slaton 15-9 3.63, castro 3-1 2.05, eckersley 17-10 2.99, john 21-9 2.97, guidry 18-8 2.78, davis 14-2.86, gossage 5-3 2.64, morris 17-7 3.27, lopez 10-5 2.41, monge 12-10 2.40, frost 16-10, ryan 16-14 3.59, clear 11-5 3.63, comer 17-12 3.68, kern 13-5 1.57, koosman 20-13 3.38, zahn 13-7 3.57, marshall 10-15 2.64.... ..... _____ _____ _____ _____ ..... HERE IS A CHALLENGE FOR ALL NOLAN RYAN FANS: Go buy one of those board baseball games like Strat O Matic or APBA (theyre both on the internet). Get a year with Nolan Ryan in it. Play manager with his team. Then youll see what the problem is. Especially if you bet on your games and have to put your money where your ignorance is. You'll soon quit using his pitching card as it doesnt win. In real life a manager is stuck with the WHOLE ballplayer. You cant just use his good parts. A strikeout does no more to help you win than a lineout or popout. A no-hitter helps no more than any other win. And all those walks and homers kill you in the other games. Go get APBA or SOM or any other such game. _____ ______ _____ _____ _____ ____ 1980: _____ _____ carlton 24-9 2.34, rythven 17-10 3.55, mcgraw 5-4 1.47, rogers 16-11 2.98, sanderson 16-11 3.11, gullickson 10-5 3.00, bibby 19-6 3.33, solomon 7-3 2.70, jackson 8-4 2.92, caudill 4-6 2.18, niekro 20-12 3.55, ruhle 12-4 2.38, richard 10-4 1.89, smith 7-5 1.92, sambito 8-4 2.20, reuss 18-6 2.52, welch 14-9 3.28, sutton 13-5 2.21, pastore 13-7 3.26, boggs 12-9 3.42, camp 6-4 1.92, blue 14-10 2.97, griffin 5-1 2.75, holland 5-3 1.76, fingers 11-9 2.80, john 22-9 3.43, guidry 17-10 3.46, may 15-5 2.47, davis 9-3 2.95, mcgregor 20-8 3.32, ryan 11-10 3.35, stone 25-7 3.23, burgmeier 5-4 2.00, barker 19-12 4.17, gura 18-10 2.96, leonard 20-11 3.79, quisenberry 12-7 3.09 (r.i.p.), langford 19-12 3.26, norris 22-9 2.54, keough 16-13 2.92, corbett 8-6 1.99, darwin 13-4 2.62, burns 15-13 2.84. OOPS! I forgot. Your minds are made up. Don't confuse you with facts... EXTRA!!! THIS IS FROM THE LATEST ISSUE OF BASEBALL DIGEST NOV.1998 THAT JUST CAME OUT (Today is Wed. Oct.14,1998: It is an article by Wayne Lockwood of the San Diego Union-Tribune. He is quoting Jerry Coleman, coach:_____ ______ THE ARTICLE IS ABOUT CHEATING:_____ _____ He says,"...LIKE WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE FOUL BALLS WHEN NOLAN RYAN IS PITCHING AND FIND SEVEN OF THEM THAT LOOK LIKE SOMEONE TOOK A RAZOR TO THEM". Let's see. There were SEVEN razored balls found in one game (and how many NOT found)> That's how many in a month? a year? a career? Even with RAZORED balls he STILL almost loses 300 and he's a "SHOO-IN" for the Hall?. That right-wing writer has it right, it's the End of Virtue and Outrage!" No morality, no standards, no ethics in this culture any more. Just worship of brute force and selfishness...._____ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ 1981: _____ _____ (The Bizarro Strike Year!)_____ _____ :: b.forsch 10-5 3.19, sutter 3-5 2.63, rogers 12-8 3.41, fryman 5-3 1.88, carlton 13-4 2.42, solomon 8-6 3.12, tekulve 5-5 2.49, seaver 14-2 2.55, valenzuela 13-7 2.48, reuss 10-4 2.29, hooton 11-6 2.28, knepper 9-5 2.18, camp 9-3 1.78, ryan 11-5 1.69, sambito 5-5 1.83, alexander 11-7 2.90, lucas 7-7 2.00, vuckovich 14-4 3.54, fingers 6-3 1.04, gossage 3-2 0.77 (not a typo), martinez 14-5 3.32, righetti 8-4 2.06, morris 14-7 3.05, saucier 4-2 1.65, torrez 10-3 3.69, mccatty 14-7 2.32, corner 8-2 2.57, burns 10-6 2.64, lamp 7-6 2.41, gura 11-8 2.72, quisenberry 1-4 1.74, k.forsch 11-7 2.88 Note that the 1981 season had a big HOLE in it that made it absolutely perfect for perpetually immature pitchers who just threw as hard as they could and thus got a lot of Ks, BBs, HRs, and BURNED themselves out by the end of the season when they were needed most. In 1981 they could be as stupid as they wanted for the first one-third of the season, then rest for the second-third as the strike went on, then come back for the last third all refreshed. Ryan WOULD deserve to be in the Hall if the regular baseball season were 50 games in the spring and 50 more in the Fall with the summers off. But it's not supposed to be that way. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 1982:_____ _____ andujar 15-10 2.47, b.forsch 15-9 3.48, sutter 9-8 2.90, bair 5-3 2.55, carlton 23-11 3.10, rogers 19-8 2.40, candelaria 12-7 2.94, swan 11-7 3.335, niekro 17-4 3.61, bedrosian 8-6 2.42, valenzuela 19-13 2.87, reuss 18-11 3.11, howe 7-5 2.08, breining 11-6 3.03, minton 10-4 1.83, lavelle 10-7 2.67, lollar 16-9 3.13, show 10-6 2.64, deleon 9-5 2.03, j.niekro 17-12 2.47, ryan 16-12 3.16, sutton 13-8 3.00, lacoss 6-6 2.90, soto 14-13 2.79. NOW HERE IS SOMETHING VERY INTERESTING: Note that J.Niekro, Ryan, and Sutton were all on the same team together. All got their stats VASTLY inflated by the Stadiums they were in and all three slowly BACKED INTO winning a lot of games stretched over a long period of time. All three will probably back into the Hall of Fame with their equations ( mediocrisy times helpful stadium times longevity due to modern medical science equals Hall of Fame)( Incidentally, with these three future Hall of Famers making up the Houston rotation they came in next to last.(They'll probably put in both Niekro brothers eventually). Medical science cant lengthen the season to add more wins to a season like it can add more wins to a career.(make sure you go back to previous page and how Houston Astrodome 1981 was the MOST BIASED PRO-PITCHING STADIUM IN BASEBALL HISTORY. That says a lot._____ _____ _____ _____ ____ . 1982 Continued:_____ _____ cardwell 17-13 3.91, vuckovich 18-6 3.34, slaton 10-6 3.29, palmer 15-5 3.13, stanley 12-7 3.10, clear 14-9 3.00, burgmeier 7-0 2.29, petry 15-9 3.22, guidry 14-8 3.81, may 6-6 2.89, gossage 4-5 2.23, sutcliffe 14-8 2.96, spillner 12-10 2.49, steib 17-14 3.25, murray 8-7 3.16, zahn 18-8 3.73, kison 10-5 3.17, gura 18-12 4.03, quisenberry 9-7 2.57, hoyt 19-15 3.53, burns 13-5 4.04, caudill 12-9 2.35, vandeberg 9-4 2.37, underwood 10-6 3.29, hough 16-13 3.95... ...... .... THE FOLLOWING IS FROM "When The Cheering Stopped" by Heiman, Weiner, Getmman: The section on BOB VEALE: "Bob was dogged by BAD LUCK. In 1968 his record was a mediocre 13-14 yet his ERA was a sparkling 2.05" My comment: OH, HOGWASH!!!! Note that its that crazy year 1968 again when the pitchers stats were BLOATED as everything was biased pro-pitcher that year. That was the year Gibson had a 22-9 1.12 in the same league. Veales was twice as high so its no surprise he won half as many games. Dont forget that EVERY pitchers ERA was helped the same amount including the opposing pitchers in each game.. And VEALE said, "When I pitched in the middle and late 60s it SEEMED that th National League was loaded with great pitchers." Yes, it "SEEMED" that way as the game from 1963 through 1968 was biased towards pitchers. Just like Ryan's stadiums were biased towards pitchers. These web people who state that Ryan is the GREATEST pitcher of all time are very careful to never put his year by year record against any other pitcher. They can ONLY promote him via lifting him out and keeping him AWAY from all the other pitchers and only pointing out his rare good points and avoiding his many bad ones. They also seem to think that baseball innings are like BOWLING INNINGS!! In BOWLING you get two balls per inning PERIOD. They act like in baseball you get three HITTERS and ONLY three hitters per inning, period, and that if you strikeout all three hitters its like two gutter balls and nothing happened. In fact you can get all three outs via three strikeouts and yet have the lineup bat around ten times and hit dozens of homeruns between those three Ks.. ..... ..... Oct 25, monday.. ... The Ryan fans are always whining about his so-called "lack of support" which I and the SABR guys have already disproved on these pages. But here's a way to force these jerks to surrender or lose their money. Get two copies of the exact same Strat-o-matic team (or other company) so they have the exact same player cards. Then offer to put your paycheck up against theirs every week with only ONE change in the team: They replace the four starting pitchers with four Nolan Ryan cards of their choice (his four best years or his best year four times) and you get to do the exact same thing with one of the other pitchers of the 60s or 70s (Koufax or Marichal or Gibson or Carlton or Horlen or Peters or many others.) What will of course will happen is that Ryan will keep getting ten strikeouts a game and keep losing. And if you do play every Friday (payday) for two or three years his Ryan card will probably have a no-hitter. Maybe those Ks and occasional no-hitters will be solace enough for him losing so many paychecks. ..... ..... tues Oct 26, 10 am... . under construction... 10-19 monday.... ..... ..... ..... .10-9 fri....under construction 10-8-98 thursday..____ _____ ____ ____ . Now Friday November 13, 1998... Here's some stuff from a magazine I bought on Oct.30,1998: SPORT MAGAZINE APRIL 1986::: On the last day of the 1985 home season, the Astros lost to the Braves in front of 2,600 fans, the smallest crowd in the 20 year history of the Astrodome. "They were just a very drab, mediocre team," says a reporter who covers them'... ...'BRINGING IN THE FENCES WAS SUPPOSED TO HELP. Sure enough, there were 94 homeruns in the Dome last year, compared to only 47 the year before. But it didnt make the Astros more exciting and it didn't help attendance." NOW DID YOU NOTICE THE PART ABOUT BRINGING IN THE FENCES TO RAISE OFFENSIVE STATS AND REDUCE DEFENSIVE STATS???... Now read this blurb right under it that was in a little gray box: "KEY TO CONTENDING: NOLAN RYAN HAS TO COME BACK FROM HIS WORST ERA (3.80) SINCE 1971" .. ARE THESE WRITERS BLIND? OR INCREDIBLY STUPID? CAN'T THEY SEE THAT HE WAS NO BETTER OR WORSE THAN THE YEAR BEFORE BUT THAT BRINGING IN THE FENCES TOOK AWAY HIS UNFAIR ADVANTAGE THAT THE DISTANT FENCES GAVE HIM OVER BATTERS. THE 3.80 ERA IS HIS REAL ERA WITHOUT THE UNFAIR ADVANTAGE OTHER TEAMS PITCHERS DIDNT HAVE.!!! Here's some more from the same page (59):; Mike Scott 18-8 3.29, is for real and Bob Knepper 15-13 is a solid 3rd or 4th starter. But Joe Niekro is gone and Nolan Ryan ( 2 WINS IN HIS LAST 20 STARTS) may be finished" (No, not if they give him back his unfair advantage or if he moves to another team that will)... _____.. _______ .... ..... Here's a copy of BASEBALL DIGEST 1986 YEARBOOK:: p39:: "Baseball's all-time strikeout king, the first to scale the 4,000 K plateau, the possessor of the most ferocious fastball since Bob Feller, Ryan was third in the league with 209 strikeouts. But of considerably more importance, HE FINISHED IN A SEVEN-WAY TIE FOR 27th PLACE IN VICTORIES WITH 10" (my note: SO? HE USUALLY HAD BAD RECORDS, SEE THE SEASONS I'VE BEEN LISTING HERE). It goes on: "REMARKABLY, 33 PITCHERS WON AS MANY, OR MORE GAMES IN 1985 AND NONE, NOT EVEN PITTSBURGH'S JOSE DeLEON, WHO LED THE LEAGUE IN LOSSES WITH 19, APPROACHED RYAN'S SEQUENCE OF ONE WIN IN NINETEEN STARTS (JULY 25 TO SEPT.30). My note: This mag did not mention what the previous one did: HIS UNFAIR FENCE ADVANTAGE WAS FINALLY TAKEN AWAY AND FOR THE FIRST TIME HE WAS EXPOSED FOR WHAT HE REALLY WAS!!!)... .... .... Heres another mag.; STREET AND SMITHS BASEBALL 1986 p76:: "One of the most significant, if least understood factors in the Houston team structure is its air-conditioned stadium. THE BALL SIMPLY DOES NOT TRAVEL WELL THERE and the Astros have always been a singles hitting team. IT HURTS THEM ON THE ROAD. HOUSTON MUST EDUCATE ITS PLAYERS TO ADJUST A LITTLE IN STYLE WHEN THEY ARE AWAY FROM HOME. IT IS NOT THE SAME GAME IN THE ASTRODOME, A STRUCTURE EIGHT FLOORS BELOW THE GROUND, AS IT IS IN OTHER STADIUMS." (my note: This says that the stadium is very bised pro-pitcher and anti-batter and it makes BOTH sides pitchers look better and BOTH sides batters look worse. But visitors only get either rewarded (pitchers) or screwed (batters) for a few games a year. Houstons pitchers have half a season of phonily-improved stats, while its batters stats are phonily-worsened. fri nov.13... ....(Note: I don't think Ryan had the best fastball since Feller, I think Sam McDowell's was better. And check McDowell in 1965!!) (Compare that to ANYTHING that Ryan did!).... .... .... .... ....monday 11-16-98 ..I was just looking at my 1986 BASEBALL DIGEST YEARBOOK and on page 52 and it has a list of all TWENTY times someone got 300 strikeouts in a season. But an INCREDIBLE ELEVEN of those TWENTY took place in the 1970s!!!! No, they arent all Ryan. There are lots of other guys in there, too. NOW WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU ABOUT THE 1970s IF MORE THAN HALF OF ALL THE TIMES IN HISTORY TOOK PLACE IN THOSE FEW YEARS??? Unless you are a complete idiot it tells you that something about the rules or equipment caused it, not the sudden appearance of Supermen!! And there were FOUR more in the 1960s. Thats FIFTEEN out of TWENTY in those two decades. And FOUR were in the DEAD-BALL era of 1901-1919. So that leaves JUST ONE in the entire period from 1912 to 1963 which was Bob Feller in 1946. DO NOT BOTHER ME WITH SO-CALLED 'GREAT' BATTING STATS IN BATTING YEARS OR BATTERS PARKS. DO NOT BOTHER ME WITH SO-CALLED 'GREAT' PITCHING STATS IN PITCHERS' YEARS OR PITCHERS PARKS. ...AND DO NOT BOTHER ME WITH SO-CALLED 'GREAT' STRIKEOUT PERFORMANCES IN STRIKEOUT ERAS WHEN EVERYBODY IS STRIKING OUT LIKE CRAZY AND PITCHERS WITH 200, 300 Ks ARE A DIME A DOZEN... 11-16-98 MONDAY... .... .... 11-17 tues. News today: Roger Clemens wins fifth Cy Young. Third AL person in history to get it unanimously. The other two were Denny McLain in 1968 and Ron Guidry in 1978. Now note that McLain and Guidry had super stats to get it unanimously. McLain won 31 and Guidry was 25-3. Both had ERAs below 2.00. So heres Clemens winning it unanimously with stats that are not only not super but actually way below average for a CY winner. ( 20-6 2.65 271 Ks). Now why is that? Answer: Because 1998 was such a phony, biased pro-batter season that it was just as difficult to get stats like that in 1998 as it was to win 31 in 1968 or go 25-3 in 1978. YOU MUST LEARN TO THINK RELATIVISTICALLY!!!! 11-17.... ..... 11-24-98 tues.______ ______ _____ ______ _____ _____1983:_____ _____ carlton 15-16 3.11, denny 19-6 2.37, reed 9-1 3.48, holland 8-4 2.26, hernandez 8-4 3.29, rhoden 13-13 3.09, mcwiliams 15-8 3.25, candelaria 15-8 3.23, tunnell 11-6 3.65, deleon 7-3 2.83, tekulve 7-5 1.64, sarmiento 3-5 2.99, rogers 17-12 3.23, gullickson 17-12 3.75, lea 16-11 3.12, smith 6-11 2.45, lapoint 12-9 3.95, l.smith 4-10 1.65, orosco 13-7 1.47, sisk 5-4 2.24, valenzuela 15-10 3.75, reuss 12-11 2.94, welch 15-12 2.65, pena 12-9 2.75, niedenfuer 8-3 1.96, stewart 5-2 2.96, howe 4-7 1.44, mcmurtry 15-9 3.08, perez 15-8 3.43, forster 3-2 2.16, j.niekro 15-14 3.48, nryan 14-9 2.98, scott 10-6 3.72, dawley 6-6 2.82, dipino 3-4 2.65, show 15-12 4.17, thurmond 7-3 2.65, deleon 6-6 2.68, montefusco 9-4 3.30, monge 7-3 3.15, hammaker 10-9 2.25, lavelle 7-4 2.59, soto 17-13 2.70, price 10-6 2.88, scherrer 2-3 2.74, mcgregor 18-7 3.18, davis 13-7 3.59, boddicker 16-8 2.77, flanagan 12-4 3.30, martinez 9-3 2.35, morris 20-13 3.34, petry 19-11 3.92, guidry 21-9 3.42, righetti 14-8 3.44, gossage 13-5 2.27, stieb 17-12 3.04, clancy 15-11 3.91, haas 13-3 3.27, tellman 9-4 2.80, ladd 3-4 2.55, stanley 8-10 2.85, sutcliffe 17-11 4.29, hoyt 24-10 3.66, dotson 22-7 3.23, bannister 16-10 3.35, barojas 3-3 2.47, quisenberry 5-3 1.93, hough 15-13 3.18, honeycutt 14-8 2.42, kison 11-5 4.05, schrom 15-8 3.71 _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 1984:_____ _____ trout 13-7 3.41, sutcliffe 16-1 2.69, gooden 17-9 2.60, orosco 10-6 2.59, sisk 1-3 2.09, ndujar 20-14 3.34, sutter 5-7 1.54, matuszek 13-7 3.58, denny 7-7 2.45, anderson 3-7 2.38, gullickson 12-9 3.61, lea 15-10 2.89, schatzeder 7-7 2.71, reardon 7-7 2.90, lucas 0-3 2.72, rhoden 14-9 2.72, tekulve 3-9,2.66, scurry 5-6 2.53, show 15-9 3.40, whitson 14-8 3.24, thurmond 14-8 2.97, lefferts 3-4 2.13, gossage 10-6 2.90, perez 14-8, 3.74, bedrosian 9-6 2.37, j.niekro 16-12 3.04, knepper 15-10 3.20, ryan 12-11 3.04, dawlwy 11-4 1.93, smith 5-4 2.21, pena 12-6 2.48, hershiser 11-8 2.66, soto 18-7 3.53, tibbs 6-2 2.86, franco 6-2 2.61, morris 19-11 3.60, petry 18-8 3.24, lopez 10-1 2.94, steib 16-8 2.83, alexander 17-6 3.13, p.niekro 16-8 3.09, howell 9-4 2.69, righetti 5-6 2.34, cowley 9-2 3.56, boddicker 20-11 2.79, davis 14-9 3.12, stewart 7-4 3.29, blyleven 19-7 2.87, camacho 5-9 2.43, waddell 7-4 3.06, tellman 6-3 2.78, fingers 1-2 1.96, black 17-12 3.12, quisenberry 6-3 2.64, witt 15-11 3.47, corbett 5-1 2.12, aase 4-1 1.62, viola 18-12 3.21, langstown 17-10 3.40. Where's waldo? where's ryano? here's a hint. All the names from j.niekro to smith 5-4 were on the same team. gee, he sure is better than his teammates isnt he? yeah,right. But all that matters to you jerks is whether or not he got a no-hitter that year. ____ _____ _____ ____ 12-1-98 NY POST has Randy Johnson's record. Here's his best years: 1993 255ip, 19-8, 99bb, 308k,3.24,,, 1994 172ip, 13-6 72bb, 204k,3.19,,, 1995 214ip, 18-2, 65bb, 294k, 2.48,,, 1996 61ip,,, 1997 213ip, 20-4, 77bb, 291k, 2.28,,, Now here is what happened to Randy when he wound up in the same Astrodome that made Ryan look so much better than he was: 84ip, 10-1, 26ip, 116k, 1.28!!!!!,,, RJ: 1978 lifetime innings/ 2329 lifetime strikeouts. Lifetime win-loss: 143-79 !!!.... .... ...


There's a SUPERSTAR RATING SYSTEM I DEVELOPED years ago to compare the most important stats ("prestige stats", anyway ) and if I ever used it to rank Ryan he'd REALLY look bad. It goes like this: FOR PITCHERS: (These are all equal in impressiveness): (These are borderline superstar stats) :: ,30-10 4.00 , 29-10 3.92 , 28-10 3.84 , 27-10 3.76 , 26-10 3.68, 25-10 3.60 , 24-10 3.52 ,23-10 3.44 , 22-10 3.36 , 21-10 3.28 , 20-10 3.20, 19-10 3.12, 18-10 3.04, 17-10 2.96, 16-10 2.88, 15-10 2.80 , 14-10 2.72, 13-10 2.64, 12-10 2.56, 11-10,2.48, 10-10 2.40, 9-10 2.32, 8-10 2.24, 7-10 2.16, 6-10 2.08, 5-10 2.00, 4-10 1.92, 3-10 1.84, 2-10 1.76, 1-10 1.68, 0-10 1.60. And for batters it's .400-0 hrs, .396-1 hr, .392-2, .388-3, .384-4, .380-5, .376-6 hrs, .372-7, .368-8, .364-9. .360-10, .356-11, .352-12, .348-13, .344-14, .340-15, .336-16, .332-17, .328-18, .324-19, .320-20 hrs, .316-21, .312-22, .308-23, .304-24, .300-25, .296-24 .292-23, .288-22, .284-21, .280-20hrs, .276-19, .272-18, .268-17, .264-16, .260-15hrs, .256-14, .252-13, .248-12, .244-11, .240-10, .236-9, .232-8, .228-7, .224-6, .220-5, .216-4, .212-3, .208-2, .204-1, .200-0hrs. ..... Oct 19 monday..... under construction 10-7,..... ..... ...... ...... ...... Counter below added Wed 10-7-98 late afternoon...... ,



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