Wecome to the National and American League Division Series.
Pennant Race Results: http://www.fannation.com/blogs/post/817985
Congratualtions to the participants that won the Divisions and Wildcard. The final Standings/Seedings were:
Team - Votes (Margin)
1. Central: Minnesota Twins - 17 (+4)
2. East: Boston Red Sox - 12 (+1)
3. West: Texas Rangers - 9 (+3)
4. Wild Card: New York Yankees - 11 (-1)
Team - Votes (Margin)
1. Atlanta Braves - 10 (+3)
2. Colorado Rockies - 10 (+2)
3. Milwaukee Brewers - 8 (+3)
4. San Francisco Giants - 8 (-2)
PatsFan21 (Yankees) starts the TD against WinTwins (Twins) http://www.fannation.com/throwdowns/show/593721
The Yankees faced elimination in game 4 at home so they sent out their ace on short rest. CC pitched well, but the Twins won in a low-scoring pitchers duel. Twins advance. (6-3)
Dyhard (for Kagan McDuff) (Rangers) starts the TD against Hobbes (Red Sox) http://www.fannation.com/throwdowns/show/594481
In a bit of a surprise, the talented Red Sox shut down the powerful Texas lineup in four games. Red Sox advance. (6-2)
Flambo Gus (Giants) starts the TD against UH (Braves) http://www.fannation.com/throwdowns/show/594101
The Giants proved that good pitching and playoff experience is a tough combination to beat by defeating the Braves in four games. Giants advance. (9-6)
Sweetness 85 (Brewers) starts the TD against Assassin (Rockies) http://www.fannation.com/throwdowns/show/593501
The Brewers continue their improbable run towards their first World Series appearance since 1982 with a road win in the 5th game. Brewers advance. (8-7)
1. Start by Wednesday, April 20.
2. Pick the starting rotation for 5 games in argument 1 and assume the 2-2-1 format. You may make any additional arguments in arg 1 - it is not a "list first."
3. Start the TD with "WST"
4. Multi-media is allowed.
Like the real playoffs, the rotation will carry over into the next round:
- Win by 1 or 2 votes, series went 5 games.
- Win by 3 or 4 votes, series went 4 games.
- Win by 5 or more votes, series went 3 games.
For example, if your #1 pitches game 5 in the NLDS, he's not available Game 1 in the NLCS. Pitching on short rest might work for or against you depending on the pitcher. Home, road, and ballpark might work for or against you as well.