Monday, September 30, 2013

The Crynasty

We have dubbed 2011-2013 as the Houston Astros' Crynasty, for obvious reasons. We did this a few months ago, but thought you should see the cumulative 2011-2013 standings in MLB.

As we go through the next few weeks, we'll have a whole host of postmortems, both Major and Minor League. But for now, gaze upon this table and remember what we've all been through. Might as well stick around.

Texas: 280-206 (.576)
Atlanta: 279-207 (.574)
NY Yankees: 277-209 (.570)
Detroit: 276-210 (.568)
St. Louis: 275-211 (.566)
Tampa Bay: 272-214 (.560)
Cincinnati: 266-220 (.547)
Washington: 264-221 (.544)
Oakland: 264-222 (.543)
LA Dodgers: 260-225 (.536)
Boston: 256-230 (.527)
Philadelphia: 256-230 (.527)
San Francisco: 256-230 (.527)
Arizona: 256-230 (.527)
LA Angels: 253-233 (.521)
Milwaukee: 253-233 (.521)
Baltimore: 247-239 (.508)
Pittsburgh: 245-241 (.504)
Cleveland: 240-246 (.494)
Kansas City: 229-257 (.471)
Toronto: 228-258 (.469)
Chicago White Sox: 227-259 (.467)
NY Mets: 225-261 (.463)
San Diego: 223-263 (.459)
Seattle: 213-273  (.438)
Colorado: 211-275 (.434)
Miami: 203-283 (.418)
Chicago Cubs: 198-288 (.407)
Minnesota: 195-291 (.401)
Houston: 162-324 (.333)

In other words, over the past three seasons, the Astros are 33 games worse than the 29th-place MLB team, and 118 games worse than the best team.

2 comments:

Greg Thurston said...

Crynasty. I love it. Pure genius. Does that mean the first 2 seasons were the weepeat?

YeahBuddy said...

Exactly. How much worse can it get?