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(Major League Baseball)   I see your Chris Davis and raise you with Adrian Beltre becoming only the 2nd player in history to hit for a cycle for and against the same team   ( mlb.mlb.com) divider line
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2012-08-25 01:40:10 PM  
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Where do they come up with these numbers. I mean, really, is there some kind of genetic algorithm that takes a game's worth of stats and checks it against every historical database ever? It's like when they bring up a guy's numbers as a lefty against lefties in the rain during October at 40% humidity or higher. What?

// pretty farking random
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