Monday, June 7, 2010

This Week's Top 10 MLB Takeaways

10) The Orioles got their manager fired, lost 10 games in a row, and depressed all 26 of their remaining fans

9) Three teams, one game and the apathy of millions separates the AL West

8) Boston swept the Rays in Tampa and ended the week 4.5 games back, which kind of goes against their fans belief that Armageddon Is Upon Us And The End Is Nigh

7) The NL Central is so bad, Pittsburgh is actually in fourth, not sixth

6) The Diamondbacks are the only team in the NL West under .500, and about to conduct a fire sale, not that anyone will notice

5) The hottest team in the National League is led by the white-hot Troy Glaus, and the year is not 2000

4) Bud Selig found an all-new way to broadcast his incompetence

3) Your top five saves leaders are Matt Capps, Francisco Cordero, Jon Rauch, Netali Feliz and Rafael Soriano, which is, yet again, why you should not pay for saves in fantasy leagues

2) Armando Galarraga became more famous for not being perfect than any pitcher has for being perfect

1) The Nationals are finally going to call up Stephen Strasburg, because making sure all of their fans know that money comes before pennants is more important than using their best starting pitcher for the first 60+ games of the season

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