Wednesday, May 10, 2006

The Schedule Turns

Through Sunday, the Mariners had played 33 games, going 13-20. 19 of those games were against the 6 teams that were in first or second place in their divisions, leaving only 14 against the other 8 teams.

14 of their games came against the first place teams, none against last place teams. Of course there are only two other last place teams, since the M's are one of them, but they have only had 3 against Anaheim (the worst non-Mariner team in the division).

The next 18 games feature no first place teams, and only two teams over .500 in Oakland and San Diego.

I'm not saying the M's haven't played poorly. They have. But they might be a little better in May than they were in April.


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