Thanks for the edit.
This is kind of a "best case" scenario, but if McCutchen AND Alvarez play at the top of their games (going forward), and others don't regress, the Pirates could close the gap, at least with Cincinnati. And the most encouraging thing so far is the Pirates 3-0 season series lead vs. Cincinnati and 3-2 season series lead vs. St. Louis. If we can win the majority of those games, we might suppress those teams' win totals sufficiently to get at least second place, even if they do better against "third" parties. We'll need a bit of luck to pull it off, but it's not impossible, only improbable.
Thanks for the edits, Chris. I definitely see your point, too. But Bosh shooting jumpers doesn't get Hibbert into foul trouble. Bosh trying to keep Hibbert out of the paint could. Should be a really interesting matchup between two completely different players!
Thanks for the edits Chris. Nice perspective with Wiggins and Kentucky too haha.
Thanks for the edits, Chris!
Thanks for the edit and feedback, Chris.
Thanks for the edits Chris. Much appreciated.
Hey Chris, I appreciate the edit. The Cardinals are rough this year, a lot of readers have commented on my articles saying the Reds will run away with the division but I've never been one to count St. Louis out. They're pretty talented and with Miller, Wainwright and Westbrook pitching the way they are, the Cards could beat anybody.
Cozart's definitely struggling though. He's having a really rough start to the year. Struck out in his first AB against the Braves tonight too.
Is it possible to fix that bug with the paragraphing because it makes article look like a total mess.
Sorry to bother you about that again.
Hey, thanks for editing but I assure you, I had all these in organized paragraphs. It messed up when I pressed the auto-correct. I have asked about that with no reply yet. Why does it do that?
Thanks for the edits today Chris. Much appreciated.