Monday, September 11, 2006

Baseball Race

One of the many reasons why baseball's a superior sport is that it has a long season filled with games, and so the standings represent sustained excellence and are less likely to be the result of flukish circumstances. BaseballRace dot com makes this clear by presenting the baseball season as a race in which, like a carnival horse race game, each team advances from left to right on the screen, with signposts for clinching and elimination.

It's fascinating to watch, and even better the stats go back to 1901. So if you want to see the 1978 AL East, you can.

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