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    Thursday, September 29, 2005  
    NL West Championship
    The AP story is predictable. 79-79 Padres win the National League West. No MLB team has ever won a division with a losing record. They still celebrated. Blah blah blah.

    Of course they still celebrated. The rules state that the best team in each division goes to the playoffs. It wouldn't matter if the team lost all its games but one as long as it had a better record than the other teams in its division.

    And on Monday, the records of all the teams will be reset at 0-0. There will be eight teams left and the San Diego Padres will be one of them.


    I went to the game last night. The Padres started strong and didn't look back. There was very little doubt about the result. There was some pressure from the Giants in the 6th and 7th inning. The Padres had an amazing 7th though. 6 consecutive hits including 2 bunt singles. Jackson hit a linedrive that ended up being a double play to break the streak. Anyone know the record for most consecutive hits?


    No need to buy playoff tickets though as I'll be out of town. The schedule looks like: Tue/Thr (away), Sat/Sun (home), Mon (away).

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