Beat the Streak Report: Monday, July 18

New day, new week and a new leader, Streakers.

Hankwoods was unable to survive the weekend, seeing his streak go down in flames at 37 games on Saturday. Thirty-seven ties Mr. Woods for the season’s second-longest run, but unfortunately entitles him to a cash prize of only $0.00.

Hank got back on the horse yesterday but was among the 16.1 percent of you who reset to zero thanks to Ryan Braun’s injury-shortened 0-for-1 effort. Life lesson: stay away from the guy who’s questionable to play a full nine innings. You’re welcome for that earth-shattering advice!

Anyway, erakelson sits atop the current standings at 29 games, with finelin33 second at 27. Please at least pretend to root for them as they journey toward the 57-game promised land.

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Monday’s picks:

(Make a BTS pick)

Oh, hello there … 

Melky Cabrera.600 (12-for-20) since ’06 vs. White Sox starter Mark Buehrle

Ryan Howard.545 (6-for-11) since ’06 vs. Cubs starter Rodrigo Lopez

Carlos Lee.452 (14-for-31) since ’06 vs. Nationals starter Jason Marquis

Hunter Pence: .500 (11-for-22) since ’06 vs. Nationals starter Jason Marquis

Paul Konerko.529 (9-for-17) since ’06 vs. Royals starter Kyle Davies

Jason Heyward: 1.000 (5-for-5) since ’06 vs. Rockies starter Jason Hammel

Jacoby Ellsbury: .364 (4-for-11) since ’06 vs. Orioles starter Brad Bergesen


Feeling kinda spicy?

Jason Michaels.778 (7-for-9) since ’06 vs. Nationals starter Jason Marquis

Matt Diaz.417 (10-for-14) since ’06 vs. Reds starter Dontrelle Willis


You’ll thank me later …

Pablo Sandoval: .182 (6-for-33) since ’06 vs. Dodgers starter Chad Billingsley

Nick Markakis: .185 (5-for-27) since ’06 vs. Red Sox starter Tim Wakefield

Aramis Ramirez: .000 (0-for-9) since ’06 vs. Phillies starter Roy Halladay

Kevin Youkilis: .133 (2-for-15) since ’06 vs. Orioles starter Brad Bergesen


Top MLB streakers 

Emilio Bonifacio16 games

Dustin Pedroia: 15 games

Neil Walker: 11 games

Ronny Cedeno: 10 games

Nick Markakis: 10 games

Home Run Beat the Streak pick:

Adrian Gonzalez: (17 home runs this season) vs. Orioles starter Brad Bergesen

10 Comments

LaV’s List
Monday’s Top Picks of the current Top2500,
128 Batters picked overall
Batter, Times Picked, Percentage
Paul Konerko 693 27.72(4th)
Adrian Gonzalez 249 9.96(4th)
Jason Heyward 116 4.64
No Selection 95 3.80
Joey Votto 90 3.60
Melky Cabrera 85 3.40
Jacoby Ellsbury 80 3.20
Hunter Pence 79 3.16(4th)
Dustin Pedroia 68 2.72
Evan Longoria 63 2.52
Robinson Cano 55 2.20(3rd)
Vlad Guerrero 54 2.16
Raul Ibanez 4 0.16(1rst)
Paul Janish 2 0.08(2nd)

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Highest “No Selection” :P pg# 4 with streak of 17 back to zero.
Yesterday’s Top2500 Reset rate was 41.84% with RYAN BRAUN reseting the most.
There was also 12.28% PPD due to players not playing, These streakers do not reset, but did not increase either.
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Got Pinched OR 1/2 AB Wonders
TOP2500 saved or reset by PHA (going to include any pinch hitters and/or double switch, 2 AB or Less)
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R Braun MIL, RESET 458,HIGHEST WAS 25 GAMER
N Punto STL, SAVED 6, HIGHEST WAS 13 GAMER
M Ellis OAK, RESET 1, WAS 14 GAMER
S Hairston NYM, SAVED 1, WAS 9 GAMER
Y Molina STL, RESET 1, WAS 9 GAMER
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Bloggers Group Top2500
UserName, Streak, Page#, Rank, Pick, (Times picked in top2500)
hwnhrt, 13, pg 15, 279, JUSTIN UPTON (PICKED 26X)
mdefillippis91, 11, pg 32, 593, HUNTER PENCE (PICKED 79X)
TiffK99, 10, pg 40, 872, A-GONE (PICKED 249X)
abk1087, 10, pg 41, 872, A-GONE (PICKED 249X)
backrubs, 8, pg 79, 1818, MELKY CABRERA (PICKED 85X)
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Bloggers Reset Yesterday
BookofJohn8vs31vs32, 9 RESET by T.Tulowitzki
GL to all
M

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95 No Selections on a late lock night?
Guess some people are starting to call it quits maybe

It locked at 1:05 today.

Looks like I missed the early game. Guess those 95 aren’t the only ones loosing focus, huh? ;)

LOL! I wish it didn’t lock so early. Would have given me time to change my pick. Not like I’m worried though.

3rd-inning single by Jacoby Ellsbury!

Onto 6!!!

Same here, only A-Gone instead.

Cubs throwing a 1 hitter after 4 innings against the Phillies? Wonders never cease
That’ll reduce the leader’s ABs if my Cubbies can make a great showing

Well, that’s official. For 3 straight days, the top dog on the leader board fell. To all of them, welcome back to earth; it’s been awhile.

broke the secret of the 57 hit streak phantom!!!!!!!! yessir

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