Colorado wins on regular system B game. No double dip as they only have 4 left.
With Boston losing on the regular system B game, we have no chance for a double dip. My work here is done. Let's get this last Boston win on the regular system.
FINAL double dip record
Double dip record: 28-0
Since tracking: 121-0
Here's what I have as teams in play. Please check my work.
BOS, NYY, HOU, SEA, MIL, CHC , LAD, PHI, ATL, OAK.
I'm gonna research the dates and then post them. I'm not here to take over the thread. I just have the time right now to look the system up so why not do it. I won't be posting like Dan, CKP and others have.
I hope this posts well:
Atlanta Braves 7/268/108/289/14
Boston Red Sox 7/268/179/79/24
Chicago Cubs 7/198/239/109/24
Houston Astros 8/98/279/14
Los Angeles Dodgers7/308/208/309/17
Milwaukee Brewers 7/20 8/3 8/20 9/3 9/14
New York Yankees7/268/98/279/14
Seattle Mariners 7/308/179/39/24
Atlanta Braves 7/26 - 8/10 - 8/28 - 9/14
Boston Red Sox 7/26 - 8/17 - 9/7 - 9/24
Chicago Cubs 7/19- 8/23 - 9/10 - 9/24
Houston Astros 8/9 - 8/27 - 9/14
Los Angeles Dodgers7/30 - 8/20 - 8/30 - 9/17
Milwaukee Brewers 7/20 - 8/3 - 8/20 - 9/3 - 9/14
New York Yankees7/26 - 8/9 - 8/27 - 9/14
Oakland Athletics7/30 - 8/13 - 8/30 - 9/18
Philadelphia Phillies7/20 - 8/14 - 8/27 - 9/10
Seattle Mariners 7/30 - 8/17 - 9/3 - 9/24
I did this last year (damn LAD) and not to monkey with someone else's system, but has any consideration been given to dropping a team if they fall below a certain level?
reason i ask is we have 3 teams in the AL West and 3 teams in the NL East, which means a lot of games against each other. just curious.