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OLYMPICS LINE ON THE 2004 YANKEES VS. 1931 YANKEES
I have just seen this for the first time, but I do remember it being discussed here.
It says the all time runs scored record is 1067. It seems incredible to me that no team has ever scored more runs than that, but the game used to be very different. There werent as many home runs, power hitters, bad pitchers, etc. Also, there were no games in Colorado.
This only comes out to an average of 6.7 runs a game and the YES is +400. It seems to me that the definite value is on the YES. Of course, it may lose but it sure has more than a 25% chance of hitting.
The Yankees are going to score double digit runs many times this year and they wont get held to 2 or less many times at all. I would say you can count on 3 + runs 145-150 times. I would also expect 10+ probably 25 times. They also play in a weak division -- no great pitchers except Pedro in their division.
I think this is a good play at +400.
RE:OLYMPICS LINE ON THE 2004 YANKEES VS. 1931 YANKEES
"They also play in a weak division -- no great pitchers except Pedro in their division."
I am hurt by that statement and will continue to do my best to prove it wrong
Doc "Cy Young" Halliday
RE: OLYMPICS LINE ON THE 2004 YANKEES VS. 1931 YANKEES
Schilling's also a great pitcher....
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