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Who’s hot and who’s not in PCL right now?

May 12, 2009

I know we’re just 32 or so games into the 2009 season right ow (5/12), but who is hot and who is not in the Pacific Coast League (PCL)?

[Note: links to the teams will show you the posts covering Nashville’s play against that opponent.]

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2009 Nashville Sounds (17-15 as of 5/12/09)

The Nashville Sounds are arguably the most-improved team in the PCL. Their record so far is .110 points higher than they finished the 2008 season. The Sounds have the best road-record in the PCL (11-6). Nashville is batting .311 with runners in scoring position, the third-best mark in the PCL club this season.

The top three teams with the best win-loss records are:

  1. Salt Lake Bees (19-12, .613; finished at .583 for 2008)
  2. Colorado Springs Sky Sox (18-12, .600; finished at .497 in 2008)
  3. Memphis Redbirds (17-12, .586; finished at .528 in 2008)

The bottom three teams with win-loss records?

  1. Las Vegas 51s (11-20, .355)
  2. Oklahoma City Red Hawks (11-18, .379)
  3. New Orleans Zephyrs (12-19, .387)

Who is playing the best home baseball?

  1. Salt Lake Bees (10-5)
  2. Iowa Cubs (10-6)
  3. Portland Beavers (10-6)

Who is playing the best away baseball?

  1. Nashville Sounds (11-6)
  2. Omaha Royals (9-6)
  3. Three teams with 9-7 records

Who is the hottest in last ten games?

  1. Fresno Grizzlies (8-2; 15-16 overall YTD)
  2. Round Rock Express (7-3; 15-17 overall YTD)
  3. Three teams tied for 6-4 records, including Nashville

Who is playing the most-improved baseball over their 2008 record?

  1. Nashville Sounds (17-15 overall, win-loss record has improved .110 so far)
  2. Omaha Royals (17-14 overall, win-loss record has improved .110 so far)
  3. Colorado Springs Sky Sox (18-12 overall,win-loss record has improved .103 so far)
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