Beat the Streak Report: Wednesday, June 1

Two months down, four to go. Streakland stormed into June in style last night, nailing the pick six and advancing over 40 percent of all gamers in the process. Old friend Michael Young led the way at 11 percent, followed by Mark Teixeira (8.5 percent) and the rejuvenated Chase Utley (6.6 percent).

Did our personal season-high streak fall by the wayside at nine games? Sadly, yes. Did we violate one of our own cardinal rules by picking OBP-machine Miguel Cabrera in hopes of breaking double-digits? Let’s go to the videotape:

Streaklaw 4.13.c: “Whilst protecting a streak of high integrity, thou shall not deign to select a base-ball player who assumes the first base on four balls with elevated frequency.

All Streaklaw is all written in Ye Olde Medieval English, so you know it’s legit. In the vernacular, that rule means you should probably avoid rolling with Walkosaurus Rex when all the Tostitos are on the line. Cabrera last night: flyout, strikeout, intentional walk, walk, intentional walk.

Ohhh, Ron Gardenhire, you done did it now.


Wednesday’s picks:

(Make a BTS pick)

Oh, hello there … 

Carlos Gonzalez: .611 (11-for-18) since ’06 vs. Dodgers starter Jon Garland

Jason Kubel.500 (11-for-22) since ’06 vs. Tigers starter Rick Porcello

Laynce Nix.636 (7-for-11) since ’06 vs. Phillies starter Roy Oswalt

Chase Utley.440 (11-for-25) since ’06 vs. Nationals starter John Lannan

Raul Ibanez.550 (10-for-22)  since ’06 vs. Nationals starter John Lannan

Chipper Jones.625 (5-for-8) since ’06 vs. Padres starter Clayton Richard

Feeling kinda spicy?

Austin Jackson: .455 (5-for-11) since ’06 vs. Twins starter Scott Baker

You’ll thank me later …

Aramis Ramirez: .179 (5-for-28) since ’06 vs. Astros starter Brett Myers

Ramon Hernandez: .158 (3-for-19) since ’06 vs. Brewers starter Shaun Marcum

Ryan Howard: .167 (5-for-30) since ’06 vs. Nationals starter John Lannan

Jacoby Ellsbury: .182 (2-for-11) since ’06 vs. White Sox starter Gavin Floyd

Leaderboard time!

Current leader jsmnapoli rode the Adrian Gonzalez Express into 27-Game Station yesterday and now sits just three games shy of our season leader. Now is about the time to cross any player who’s walked more than three times this season off your safe picks list, Mr./Ms. Napoli. Trust us — the Olde English is never wrong.


Top MLB streakers 

Ryan Theriot: 14 games

Yunel Escobar:  12 games

Hunter Pence12 games

Brendan Ryan11 games

Chase Headley:  10 games

Home Run Beat the Streak pick:

Hunter Pence: (7 HR this season) vs. Cubs starter Doug Davis

(Make a BTS pick)


  1. 00liber

    LaV’s List
    Wednesday’s Top Picks of the current Top2500,
    160 Batters picked overall
    Batter, Times Picked, Percentage
    Placido Polanco 251 10.14 (4TH) GOOD
    Carlos Gonzalez 188 7.6
    Hunter Pence 159 6.42
    Ryan Braun 155 6.26
    Adrian Gonzalez 123 4.97
    Raul Ibanez 89 3.6
    Miguel Cabrera 86 3.47
    Chipper Jones 72 2.91 (3RD)
    Starlin Castro 63 2.55
    No Selecion 46 1.86
    Joey Votto 21 0.85 (2ND)
    Todd Helton 19 0.77 (1RST)
    Highest “No Selection” 😛 pg# 2 with streak of 17 back to zero.
    Yesterday’s Top2500 Reset rate was 39.44% with MIGGY reseting the most.
    There was also 8.66% PPD due to players not playing. These streakers do not reset, but did not increase either.

    Got Pinched OR 1 AB Wonders
    TOP2500 saved or reset by PHA (going to include any pinch hitters and/or double switch, 1 AB or More)
    S Fuld TB, RESET 2, 11,10 GAMERS
    M Holliday STL, RESET 12, HIGHEST WAS 12 GAMER
    A Huff SF, RESET 4, 12,11,10,10 GAMERS
    A Rowand SF, RESET 1, 9 GAMER
    C Heisey CIN, SAVED 1, 14 GAMER
    E Andrus TEX, RESET 1, 10 GAMER

    Bloggers Group Top2500
    UserName, Streak, Page#, Rank, Pick, (Times picked in top2500)
    Yanksgiantsdevils33, 11, pg 24, 568, POLANCO (PICKED 251X) GOOD
    Tolvar, 9, pg 57, 1389,NO SELECTION(PICKED 46X)

    Bloggers Reset Yesterday
    _em_, 10,RESET BY ICHIRO

    GL to all


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