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Week 5 Recap

The weather’s getting hotter, and so is action in the IFB.  Here’s a recap of league leaders from Week 5:

  • Best record – Muse Academy Muses (10-1-1)
  • Most runs – Most Daring (49)
  • Most hits – Most Daring, Funky Cold Molina (78)
  • Most home runs – JSloan (14)
  • Most RBIs – JSloan (51)
  • Most stolen bases – JSloan, Sparland Hilltoppers (9)
  • Best average – Anabolic A Rods (.338)
  • Most wins – Muse Academy Muses, All Balls No Strikes, Triple Crown (6)
  • Least losses – Bushwhackers, Anabolic A Rods (1)
  • Most saves – JSloan (6)
  • Least BBs – Funky Cold Molina (7)
  • Most Ks – Bo Hart All Stars (71)
  • Best ERA – Bo Hart All Stars (2.05)

Who’s leading their packs after Week 5, and who’s on their tails in wild card spots:

  • Lincoln – Ferris Indians (36-19-5)
  • Grant – 7 heaven (35-20-5)
  • Obama – Triple Crown (36-21-3)
  • Reagan – Muse Academy Muses (35-23-2)
  • Sparland Hilltoppers (31-24-5)
  • Bo Hart All Stars (29-25-6)
  • Anabolic A Rods (28-25-7)
  • BJ Penn (30-27-3)

2 teams from the Reagan Division and 2 teams from the Grant Division take the 4 wild card spots this week, further intensifying the race for best division between those two.  And now a look at this week’s schedule for Week 6:

  • All Balls No Strikes (19-37-4) vs. Most Daring (22-35-3)
  • Bo Hart All Stars (29-25-6) vs. Sparland Hilltoppers (31-24-5)
  • Funky Cold Molina (27-30-3) vs. Bambinos (23-29-8)
  • 7 heaven (35-20-5) vs. BooBooCubs (27-28-5)
  • Quincy Dirtbags (22-35-3) vs. BJ Penn (30-27-3)
  • Bushwhackers (23-36-1) vs. JSloan (24-33-3)
  • Triple Crown (36-21-3) vs. Muse Academy Muses (35-23-2)
  • Anabolic A Rods (28-25-7) vs. Sparland Hilltoppers (31-24-5)

Another week of quality match-ups feature a battle of division leaders and wild card teams fighting for the top spots in the division.

Nowadays, when one hears Reagan vs. Obama, it usually refers to a debate over political philosophies and beliefs.  But here, it means a battle of division leaders.  This week’s featured match-up has Obama Division leading Triple Crown and Reagan Division leading Muse Academy Muses.  For Triple Crown, a 12-game lead in the division means a focus on rising above its current 3-seed.  But for Muse Academy Muses, a tight division battle means a win this week would keep Sparland Hilltoppers and Bo Hart All Stars at bay, but possibly move up a seed or two.

Good luck to all in Week 6 of the IFB!

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