Here is an excerpt from KOBEshigawa’s latest article over at the Great Mambino. Among the topics not mentioned is watching Jordan Zimmermnan’s innings and waiting for Gavin Floyd to turn things around.
Hello friends, we’re back (finally) with another edition of MAMBINO Fantasy Mondays. We give our (supposed) weekly updates and thoughts on Major League Baseball, and of course, the fantasy spin from some rugged veterans of the internet.
The NBA is winding down it’s season with the championship round, while the NHL and NFL lie dormant until the fall. If your attention hasn’t fully been on baseball the past few months, who could blame you? The NBA Finals is shaping up towards being one of the all-time greats, while the Los Angeles Kings’ surprising romp through a supremely entertaining Stanley Cup playoffs kept us all distracted since essentially opening day.
So if you’re just cracking open the sports page, you’d probably take a look at these standings and your face would be contorted into a mess reminiscent of Jack Wilson’s unfortunate mug. Some of the division leaders are as predictable as a Matt Cain quality start – the Yankees and Rangers are in first, while the Giants and Braves currently hold serve as the NL Wild Card reps and Tampa Bay Rays one part of the AL Wild Card.
But the rest of the standings? Your other divsion leaders (ordered by winning percentage) are the Los Angeles Dodgers, Washington Nationals, Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox.
For the rest of the article go to The Great Mambino’s site.