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Monday, November 25, 2013

Biweekly Rankings

Yes, biweekly means once every two weeks. But, of course, it also means twice per week. To make it clear, these rankings will appear once every two weeks, or, ahem, biweekly. Now that that is settled! For the newbs, the rankings are based on a combination of record, expected win percentage, and run differential. On to it!

1. Honolulu Tropics (29-12) - Owners of the best record, expected win percentage, and run differential in the league. 8-5 vs. the Top 10
2. Salt Lake City Mormons (27-14)  - The AL's top record, expected win percentage, and run differential. 7-6 vs. the Top 10
3. Houston Hangovers (29-12) - Tied with Honolulu for the best record in the majors, and 3rd in both expected win percentage and run differential. 8-6 vs. the Top 10
4. Pittsburgh Partymen (26-15) - Owners of the 4th best record in the majors. 5th in both expected win percentage and run differential. 6-7 vs. the Top 10
5. Boston Massacre (23-18) - 4th in both expected win percentage and run differential, but only 8th in overall record.  5-4 vs. the Top 10
6. Vancouver Otters (26-15) - The owners of the 4th best record in the league are playing above expectations. 6th in run differential and 7th in expected win percentage. 5-3 vs. the Top 10
7. Burlington Worm Burners (24-17) - The NL's 4th best team is 6th in expected win percentage, 7th in overall record, and 8th in run differential. 5-7 vs. the Top 10
8. Durham Tar Heels (22-19) - Lagging in overall record (10th), but 7th in run differential and 8th in expected win percentage. 6-9 vs the Top 10
9. Kansas City Evil Empire (25-16) - Playing above expectations - 6th in overall record, but 10th in both expected win percentage and run differential. 5-8 vs the Top 10
10. Montreal Garde Imperiale (23-18) - Our favorite French-Canadians are back, checking in at 8th in overall record and 9th in both expected win percentage and run differential. 5-6 vs. the Top 10

Just Missed
Toledo
Chicago
Helena

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