This post, unlike most other Daily Notes posts, is not redundant – nor does it contain redundancy, which is upsetting.
Regarding Why This Lack of Redundancy is Upsetting
This lack of redundancy is upsetting because the redundant nature of the typical daily notes post is so redundant, in fact, that this redundancy provides an appreciable amount of comic relief to the otherwise relatively matter-of-fact Daily Notes post.
Honored author of the made-up stat that ranks the Colorado Rockies a 10, can you explain why the made-up stat does so? It is not that the Colorado Rockies are in the thick of a playoff race, or even that they are a collection of baseball players who are particularly good at the sport of baseball, for the former is unequivocally false and the latter is only true by dint of the fact that all major-league baseball players are exceptionally good at the sport of baseball, a fact which can generally be taken for granted when discussing major-league baseball, where we tend to judge major-league baseball players by comparison to other major-league baseball players rather than to the general populace.
[Sorry, I forgot] Author, your podcasts sound like a Vachel Lindsey poem read out over a minor league public address system by Ben Stein, and your Nerd Score makes as much sense as a Peacock, or having Well Beered Englishmen shooting Indians in 1943 in the name of world freedom; probably less, and possibly much less, sense.