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This Game is Brought To You By The Letter "B" and the Number 3

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Inspired by our dominance in games pitched by opposing starters whose last names begin with "K," I just HAD to find out the whole story.

So here it is:

Won-Loss Breakdown by Opposing Pitchers' Last Initial
Letter W L Pct   Good Example
A 2 2 .500   Arroyo (2 - 1)
B 2 3 .400   Buehrle (0 - 1)
C 0 3 .000   Capuano (0 - 2)
D 2 2 .500   Duke (0 - 2)
E 0 1 .000   Eaton (0- 1)
F 0 1 .000   Fogg (0 - 1)
G 1 2 .333   Garland (1 - 0)
H 3 4 .429   Harang (1 - 2)
I 0 0 .000   ---
J 0 0 .000   ---
K 2 0 1.000   Koronka (1 - 0)
L 4 5 .444   Lincecum (0 - 2)
M 6 2 .750   Maholm (0 - 1)
Letter W L Pct   Good Example
N 0 0 .000   ---
O 0 1 .000   Owings (0 - 1)
P 0 0 .000   ---
Q 0 0 .000   ---
R 1 0 1.000   Reyes (1 - 0)
S 2 1 .667   Snell (0 - 1)
T 0 1 .000   Tejeda (0 - 1)
U 0 0 .000   ---
V 0 1 .000   Vargas (0 - 1)
W 2 6 .250   Wainwright (0 - 3)
Y 0 0 .000   ---
Z 0 2 .000   Zito (0 - 1)

All records are from the Astros' vantage point.

Tonight's our chance to get to .500 against the B's. The W's led by Wainwright have given us trouble, and the Z's fuck us up big time.

But you knew that.

Remember, while all your other baseball blogs are wasting their time with that VORP and WARP2 and PECOTA jazz, only The Crawfish Boxes gives you the hardcore info breakdown you can really use.