Six contestants means in these early days we could see things shake around quite a bit. Especially on a day with four ballgames.
Today saw me notch my first points on the BCBIII Scoreboard. Pathetic. I kicked it up to five, behind the Tigers’ victory and C.C. Sabathia’s performance for the Yankees. Unfortunately, most of the rest of my combatants received those points as well.
Elsewhere in the bet—up the rankings a ways—Heydinger maintains his lead, while the guts of the standings jumble up: Riley and Benanav both had a big day and saw their rank improve.
Klueh nearly nailed the Tigers’ line, but it was Alburquerque—and not Fister—who got the W in Motown. And Riley nearly struck it big with his Nats pick, but again a reliever—Mattheus—took the win. The “perfect five” is proving elusive.
- That Nats-Cards game was kind of lame, then crazy exciting.
- Gio Gonzalez owes his team a steak dinner.
- Especially Jayson Werth.
- Bronx Mirage at Camden Yards. Postseason tally: I
- All the teams I’m really rooting for are up against my bracket picks.
- My bracket picks are winning.