Once again Pawtucket was "King" of the division. The G-Maniacs posted a 15-5 record ,by far the best in their division. Chicago and Toronto were 9-11, and as always Detriot brings up the rear with a 8-12 record.
Scranton was Top Dog this week, posting a 13-6 record. Cleveland and Washington finished 10-10, while Pittsburgh was 9-10.
Nashville was the best in the division with a 12-8 record. Mexico City was next at 9-11, followed by Charlotte and Kansas City at 6-14.
Anaheim was supreme this week, with a 14-6 record. Tacoma and Vancouver followed with a 10-10 record. Helena was close behind at 9-10.
Overall for the week
Kansas City 6-14
The New York Pick Pockets, showed why they are a "quick change" artist. They post a division best 15-5 record. Fargo was next at 13-7, Sioux Falls follows with a 12-8, and finally Trenton brings up the rear with an 8-12 mark.
Atlanta was the best team in the division, league and world last week with an outstanding 17-3 record. Wichita and Syracuse followed with a respectable 13-7 mark, and than St. Louis with a 10-10 record.
Honestly Richmond saved the division with an 11-9 record. Hunnington was 8-12last week. Montgomery finished the week 7-13, and finally Jackson(don't call me Michael) was 5-15. Once again a dismal week for the NL South.
THANK GOD FOR OMAHA!!!!! Again Omaha was the only bright spot this week. Omaha posted a 15-5 record, while the rest were.....Iowa City 6-14, Honolulu 4-16, and Salem 3-17(thank god for that 3 game winning streak)
Overall best records
N.Y. Pick Pockets 15-5
Fargo, Syracuse, Wichita 13-7
NL EAST 53-27
NL NORTH 48-32
NL WEST 43-37
NL EAST 42-36
AL NORTH 41-39
NL SOUTH 33-47
AL SOUTH 31-49
AL WEST 28-52(Omaha with 15 of those wins)
Chief Broken Rubber-------- Cobb Times Herald