American League Wild Card Standings
|Tampa Bay||71||52||.577||0||Won 2|
|Kansas City||62||57||.521||7||Lost 3|
|New York||64||59||.520||7||Won 1|
|Los Angeles||55||69||.443||16.5||Lost 2|
(updated 8.20.2013 at 6:12 PM CDT)
I'm guessing those are wrong, but whatever.
AL Central Standings
Hell, these could be wrong, too.
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That's not even information, even though it probably should be. It tells me that it's going to be the line-up. Obviously that isn't the case, at least not within the editor.
#50 / Pitcher / Chicago Pale Hoes
Apr 15, 1985
|2013 - John Danks||2-10||16||16||0||0||0||0||103.0||102||58||52||22||20||73||4.54||1.18|
That guy is pitching for the Pale Hoes.
And then this guy is pitching for the Royals.
#54 / Pitcher / Kansas City Royals
Dec 12, 1982
|2013 - Ervin Santana||8-6||24||24||0||0||0||0||161.0||145||63||57||18||38||125||3.19||1.14|
There will be something that happens at Kauffman Stadium tonight. It might even resemble a real baseball game. I'm going to Europe in two days, so this is what it looks like when I really mail it in. It's not really that different from when I don't mail it in. That speaks volumes to how poorly I do this whole thing. It's best not to have standards for yourself. You'll just let yourself down. Whether or not that coincidentally has pertinence to the Royals of the recent past (and possibly the present) is for you to decide.