July 23, 2004

Phils fall in adjusted standings



Baseball Prospectus has updated their Adjusted Standings page.

Notes:
* The Phillies fall to fourth in the NL East in second-order and third-order standings. The Mets take over the lead in both standings.

* Only the Cardinals and Dodgers remain on top of their respective divisions.

* The Reds fall hardest in first, second and third-order standings. The Yankees fall second hardest and reliquish their division lead to the Red Sox in all standings.

First-order standings are based on Pythagenport expected wins and losses, based on total runs scored and runs allowed

Second-order standings are based on Pythagenport wins and losses, based on EQR and EQRA (Equivalent runs scored and equivalent runs allowed, equivalent runs, generated from the opponent's batting line)

Third-order standings are based on Pythagenport wins and losses are like second-order standings, only adjusted for the quality of the opponent.

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