Far too busy reading Lost forums (and doing work) at work this morning. I'll post something later. Unless I'm dead, or have some other malady.
Update: Eating or walking at lunch is for losers.
Back to the old category wins (by popular request according to the survey).
So here's the skinny, I calculated the number of weeks out of 7 a team won (or tied) a category. I then calculated the winning percentage for that category, using the same method as ESPN for our standings (Ties count as half a win and half a loss). Then, I figured out which categories you've locked down for Wins (60% or over), which you stumble through for Losses (40% or less), with the middle counting for tossups. Those numbers proved rather arbitrary, but if you said a team had to have 6 or 7 out of 7 (or lost the same), this analysis doesn't do all that much. Anyway, I took the number you bomb and the number you nail and calculated a win percentage, which doesn't mean much since there are a lot of tossups. The actual number of expected W or L is more indicative of success (as seen by Jon's 6 expected wins every week and his brother's 1).
I assume you can figure out which team is which (it made it a lot easier to calculate using Excel, so you're stuck with it).
For full results on each team/category see below.
I'll probably go through these in more detail in a video recap (assuming it happens this week). Of note, the only sure thing (100% or 0%) on the hitting side thus far is the Dunbars winning SB. I'm a little sad that the schedule thus far has already taken out any potential 100% v 100% matchups. Also, since thus far 35 people are using the same pitching strategy, Bobby doesn't have 100% in 3 categories thus far this year. Thus far.
Update: This is a video that you can watch with your eyes.
Three breweries in the next 4 weeks!

Three of the breweries we've been waiting for are opening within the next
month. Great time to be a beer geek in Dayton.
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