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Ben and Sam discuss which teams have seen their chances of making the playoffs change the most since Opening Day.

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Ben's reaction to the Bleacher Report page view statistics is one of my new favorite EW moments.
Sam - you can have an inning with six walks and only one run. Scenario: 1st batter: walks, is picked off. 2nd batter: walks, is caught trying to steal second. 3rd batter: walks 4th batter: walks 5th batter: walks 6th batter: walks, forces in runner. 7th batter: any kind of out.
It's not the walks/lack of runs that makes the two I mentioned impossible; it's that they faced eight and nine batters in their outings. You can't have an inning with eight base runners and only one run.
In that, you are correct.
Moby Grape in the intro. Great way to lead off.