Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.
Insider Information from Anonymous Sources
A source with knowledge of the situation reports that certain colleagues of the author (including, but not limited to, Dave Cameron and Eno Sarris and Jeff Sullivan) had the temerity after dinner on Wednesday night in Nashville to suggest that this edition of the Notes — which includes state-of-the-art and cutting-edge SCOUT batting and pitching leaderboards for the Mexican Pacific League — that this edition of the Notes would be something less than a great peak presiding mightily over the landscape of sporting journalism.
That same source reported also that certain colleagues of the author (certainly not excluding the above named) are Stupid Jerks from Jerk Town, USA — population approximately three Jerks.
Beautiful Photo from the Internet of Mexico
Another thing that the source from above reports is that the author — who was doing some serious work on the front lines of the Opryland Resort’s Falls Bar & Lounge on Wednesday night — is that the author has composed the present work without the sort of rest that someone of his considerable talents generally commands.
So, instead of finding here notes on any players from the leaderboard below, let’s how about just admire this image of Mexico stolen from the internet.
SCOUT Leaderboards: Mexican Pacific League
Below are the current SCOUT leaderboards for the Mexican Pacific League. (Ages as of July 1st, 2012. Players listed with most recent team. Click here for more on what is SCOUT.)
SCOUT Leaderboard: Mexican Pacific League Hitters
Below is the current SCOUT batting leaderboard for the Mexican Pacific League. SCOUT+ is calculated using regressed home-run, walk, and strikeout rates, where 100 is average and above 100 is above average.
SCOUT Leaderboard: Mexican Pacific League Pitchers
Below is the current SCOUT pitching leaderboard for the Mexican Pacific League. SCOUT- is calculated using regressed strikeout and walk rates where 100 is average and below 100 is above average.
|Marco Duarte||Red Sox||25||10||9||43.2||202||23.8%||9.3%||84|
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