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Hangin' in there...



Every time you turn on ESPN it seems like they've made the Wild Card race a two team race, Colorado and San Fran. But the Braves still have a shot, a pretty good one. Out of the next five series we play, only one team, the Phillies, have better records than us. And as hot as we are now I expect a good series. Since 2005, the average NL Wild Card winner has had a record of 89-73, the best being 90-72. If the Braves win every series from here on out that with put them at 89-73, which should be right in the thick of things. So, with the kind of baseball were playing now and our remaining schedule I see no reason to doubt the Braves. And just in case there is some kinda tie, were tied with the Rox 4-4 in head-to-head, the Giants have us 4-3, and the Marlins have us 8-7 (so far). This all may sound much easier than it is but we'll see...

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