2004 FINAL MLB STANDINGS
TOP 3 PLAYER PICKS


SCORING: Computed by matching the final MLB Standings to each player's picks, and calculating how many games each team has finished out of their predicted order of finish. For example, Sunil Pandya has Philadelphia 1st in the NL East where the Phillies finished in 2nd place, ten games behind the Braves. Also note that Sunil has a tie breaker of 34.0 points as a result of picking Chicago in the AL Central, Philadelphia in the NL East, Houston in the NL Central and San Francisco in the NL West. The scores for all 30 teams are added together for a total score. Low score wins.

Final Standings
| SUNIL PANDYA | Brit Harvey | Murray Chass
ALE GB NLE GB | ALE Pts NLE Pts | ALE Pts NLE Pts | ALE Pts NLE Pts
NYY - Atl - | NY# -- Phi 10.0 | Bos# 3.0 FL 13.0 | NY -- Atl --
Bos 3.0 Phil 10.0 | Bos -- Atl 10.0 | NY 3.0 Atl 10.0 | Bos -- Phi --
Balt 23.0 Fla 13.0 | Bal -- FL -- | Bal -- Phi 3.0 | Tor 10.5 FL --
TB 30.5 NYM 25.0 | Tor 3.0 NY -- | Tor 3.0 Mon 4.0 | Bal 7.5 Mon 4.0
Tor 33.5 Mont 29.0 | TB 3.0 Mon -- | TB 3.0 NY 4.0 | TB 3.0 NY 4.0
| 6 20 | 12 34 | 21 8
ALC GB NLC GB | ALC Pts NLC Pts | ALC Pts NLC Pts | ALC Pts NLC Pts
Minn - StL - | Chi 9.0 Hou* 13.0 | Chi 9.0 Chi 16.0 | MN -- Hou 13.0
ChWS 9.0 Hous 13.0 | MN 9.0 Chi 3.0 | Det 11.0 Hou -- | Chi -- Chi 3.0
Clev 12.0 ChiC 16.0 | KC 22.0 SL 16.0 | Cle -- SL 16.0 | KC 22.0 SL 16.0
Detr 20.0 Cinc 29.0 | Cle 8.0 Cin -- | MN 20.0 Pit 3.5 | Cle 8.0 Cin --
KC 34.0 Pitt 32.5 | Det 14.0 Pit -- | KC -- Cin 3.5 | Det 14.0 Pit --
Milw 37.5 | Mil -- | Mil -- | Mil --
| 62 32 | 40 39 | 44 32
ALW GB NLW GB | ALW Pts NLW Pts | ALW Pts NLW Pts | ALW Pts NLW Pts
Ana - LA - | Ana -- SF 2.0 | Ana -- LA* -- | Ana -- SF 2.0
Oak 1.0 SF 2.0 | Oak -- SD 4.0 | TX 2.0 SF -- | Oak -- SD 4.0
Tex 3.0 SD 6.0 | Sea 26.0 LA 6.0 | Oak 2.0 AZ 36.0 | Sea 26.0 LA 6.0
Seat 29.0 CO 25.0 | TX 26.0 CO -- | Sea -- CO -- | TX 26.0 AZ 17.0
AZ 42.0 | AZ -- | SD 36.0 | CO 17.0
52 12 4 72 52 46
Total 184 Total 201 Total 203
TB 34.0 TB 41.0 TB 15.0

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