Beat the Streak Report: Friday, Aug. 1

Weekend Picks

Friday

teixeiraBTS.jpgMark Teixeira, 1B, Angels

  • 7-for-13 (.538) vs. NYY RHP Sidney Ponson
  • .381 AVG since All-Star break

Matt Kemp, OF, Dodgers

  • 2-for-2 (1.000) vs. ARI LHP Randy Johnson
  • .365 AVG during 18-game hit streak

Saturday

Justin Morneau, 1B, Twins

  • 17-for-40 (.425) vs. CLE RHP Paul Byrd
  • pujolsBTS2.jpg

    .345 AVG during 8-game hit streak

Sunday

Albert Pujols, 1B, Cardinals

  • 9-for-23 (.391) vs. PHI RHP Brett Myers
  • .480 AVG during 6-game hit streak


Yesterday’s picks, results

Robinson Cano (NYY): 0-for-4
Orlando Hudson (ARI): 0-for-4
    
Top 5 current leaders
utleyBTS.jpg(yesterday’s pick)

1. soxwhite24, 31 games (Chase Utley)
2. bgibbs14, 28 (Alex Rodriguez)
2. j.ves, 28 (Aramis Ramirez)
4. redfuture, 27 (Bobby Abreu)
5. jsbc27, 26 (Mark Kotsay)
   
   
BTS season leader:  Robert Paradise, 48
BTS all-time leader: Michael Karatzia, 49
MLB all-time leader: Joe DiMaggio, 56

Yesterday’s results

BTS leader soxwhite24 extended his streak to 31 games on the strength of Chase Utley’s 1-for-3 night against the Nationals. Utley delivered a first-inning single off Washington starter Tim Redding to stretch his own hitting streak to six games.

magglioBTSsucks.jpgThe lone casualty of yesterday’s Top 5 was competitor kbharvey, who entered the day tied for fifth-place with a 25-game streak. kbharvey’s streak was snapped when Magglio Ordonez struck out in an eighth-inning pinch-hit appearance during Detroit’s loss to the Indians.

For the second straight day, each of the Top 5 most-picked players delivered at least one hit. Albert Pujols, who was chosen by a staggering 14.8% of BTS competitors, led the way with a 1-for-4 effort against Mike Hampton and the Atlanta ‘pen.

Yesterday’s Top 5 most selected players

1. Albert Pujols (STL): 14.8%, 1-for-4
2. Hanley Ramirez (FLA): 8.4%, 1-for-3
3. Ichiro Suzuki (SEA): 7.9%, 2-for-5
4. Alex Rodriguez (NYY): 4.7%, 1-for-5
5. Chase Utley (PHI): 3.9%, 1-for-3

4 Comments

big tex comes through in the sixth with a single

From today Aug. 3, there’s 57 days left to the end of the regular season

so that means no streak started after today can win.
i hope that wont stop people from playing for fun though

You still have an additional eight days to beat the Spookyman and win the $10,000.

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