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0 Subject: Daily Blurb - October 10, 2012

Posted by: Guru
- [330592710] Wed, Oct 10, 2012, 10:44

Quote of the day
"Not to be all overconfident or anything, I think I'm going to catch everything out there. Obviously, it doesn't happen that way -- duh, Detroit, right?" -- Oakland outfielder Coco Crisp, who made a leaping catch at the top of the center-field wall in the second inning

Quote of the day
I typically comment on the weekend Football Pickoff results in my Tuesday blurb, but yesterday I simply forgot. Fortunately, the football schedule allows plenty of time to overcome my memory shortcomings.

It was a relatively kind week, with 55% of active slates posting positive scores. However, I do note that the top two entries in the YTD standings both moved backward. The top score was by C1-NRB, who posted a +519 on 12 correct picks, doubling Miami over Cincy.

For the full season, however, a cumulative score of zero would currently rank above the median, as only 42% of cumulative scores are currently positive. And if you had been picking nothing but Consensus Favorites, you’d be in the bottom 10%.

If you haven’t signed up yet, this seems like an optimum time to “get in the game.” Remember, it’s free!

1Seattle Zen
      ID: 3603123
      Wed, Oct 10, 2012, 11:15
I love the fact that my man, C1-NRB's 519 still didn't move him into the black. C1, why in the world are you still making picks when you are down 800 points, start a new entry!!!
2C1-NRB
      ID: 451120913
      Wed, Oct 10, 2012, 12:07
Yeah, I'm planning to re-boot for the mid-season contest.
In the meantime I'm still going to keep digging. The hole either gets deeper or I dig my way out.
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