It was a stagnant BTS Nation once again on Monday, as a jaw-dropping 23.5
percent of Streakers put on their floaties and treaded water for the
day thanks to an 0-for-0 performance from Joey Votto, who was withheld
from the lineup due to a sprained wrist.
Of course, the only thing worse than pressing the pause button on your
streak is pressing the reset button. Apparently, Robinson Cano did not
get this memo, as the Yankees second baseman went 0-for-3 to wipe away
the streaks of 12.3 percent of our users all by his lonesome self.
For those keeping track at home, that’s over 35 percent of Streakland who did not pass “Go”, or collect $200.
Let’s hope Tuesday is a little better.
Time for Tuesday’s Picks:
Oh, hello there …
? Troy Tulowitzki: .467 AVG (7-for-15) lifetime vs. Giants starter Jonathan Sanchez
? Johnny Damon: .409 AVG (9-for-22) since ’05 vs. White Sox starter Mark Buehrle
? Pat Burrell: .591 AVG (13-for-22) lifetime vs. Rockies starter Aaron Cook
? Nelson Cruz: .500 AVG (4-for-8) lifetime vs. Mariners starter Jason Vargas
? Torii Hunter: .417 AVG (5-for-12) lifetime vs. Orioles starter Jeremy Guthrie
Feeling kinda spicy?
? Luis Castillo: .471 AVG (8-for-17) since ’05 vs. Braves starter Derek Lowe
You’ll thank me later …
? Miguel Cabrera: .000 AVG (0-for-12) lifetime vs. White Sox starter Mark Buehrle
? Robinson Cano: .154 AVG (2-for-13) lifetime vs. Blue Jays starter Ricky Romero
? Joey Votto: .188 AVG (3-for-16) lifetime vs. Pirates starter Paul Maholm
Monday’s leaderboard … leader, “bigdadddy” was one of Cano’s many victims.
This means that we have a pu pu platter of 27-gamers atop our new
leaderboard, as “gfc2112”, “nycgreg” and “randy.zimmer” are the
temporary rulers of the universe.
If they weren’t so greedy they’d just combine their streaks together for
an 81-game streak and just split the $3,000,00 three ways.
Top MLB streakers
? Yorvit Torrealba: 15 games
? Delmon Young: 12 games
? David Ortiz: 11 games
? Raul Ibanez: 10 games
Four tied with nine-game streaks.