|7 homers in May so far for Frank.|
MIL 20-5 ---
BRK 17-10 4
CIN 16-10 4.5
STL 13-13 7.5
PHI 10-14 9.5
NY 11-17 10.5
PIT 9-18 12
CHI 8-17 12
Except for Milwaukee and Brooklyn being flip-flopped, my teams are in the exact spots in the standings that their actual counterparts finished in.
|"Watch me win the game!"|
|Gill Man knocked in 5 against the Cubs.|
|The kid just might stick.|
Cardinals--Stan Musial shows no sign of slowing down, as he has knocked home 16 tallies and scored 14 himself in May while slugging 10 x-base hits. Ken Boyer has chipped in with 15 rbi. Hitting hasn't been what's keeping the Cardinals treading water. However, GM Frank "Trader" Lane has already jettisoned disappointing starter Harvey "The Stupid Little Kitten" Haddix and has more deals in the works. However, his recent acquisitions of crap utility men Bobby Morgan and Grady Hatton seem perplexing at best.
|He gets the max for the minimum at TJ Maxx.|
|He can even stand on his own shoulder!|
|They're two, two, two mints in one!|
Cubs--Ah the lovable losers, those Cubs, etcetera etcetera. Take it from me, they'll never win a pennant! What they did have in early May '56 was two walk-off hits from Dodger reject Eddie Miksis and Giants cast-off Monte Irvin. What, you want more? There IS no more!
See you at the end of May for leaders and all of that.