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It's too bad the Indians didn't score 4.13 runs in every game.

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Nervous yet, Dombrowski?

4.13: All I'm asking for.
4.13: All I'm asking for.
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The Indians scored 669 runs this season. Divide that by 162 games and they scored approximately 4.13 runs per game. Now, unfortunately for us, most of those runs were concentrated in a small number of games. Because new MLB commissioner Whatever Whateverson is going to allow fractional runs in 2015, here's how we would have done in 2014 had we scored an equal amount of runs in every game.

Would have won 15 games 4.13 to 0

Would have won 14 games 4.13 to 1

Would have won 27 games 4.13 to 2

Would have won 24 games 4.13 to 3

Would have won 22 games 4.13 to 4

===102 wins===

Would have lost 16 games 5 to 4.13

Would have lost 15 games 6 to 4.13

Would have lost 11 games 7 to 4.13

Would have lost 3 games 8 to 4.13

Would have lost 5 games 9 to 4.13

Would have lost 5 games 10 to 4.13

Would have lost 2 games 11 to 4.13

Would have lost 2 games 12 to 4.13

Would have lost 1 game 13 to 4.13, to Oakland… You stink, Masterson.

===60 losses===

BEST.

RECORD.

IN.

BASEBALL.

...And we'd still be watching Corey Kluber.

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Best of all, the Indians would have played 0 extra-inning games, so Tito would have had to find a different way to use Tomlin as his white flag.