At least not in A.L. or mixed leagues.
The White Sox win yesterday kept some A.L. leagues alive and kicking where there are close races.
Sadly for me, I'm dead in the water. But the race for first is still going, thanks to a Jed Lowrie SB (his first of his MLB career). That steal broke a tie in steals for the first place team, losing him 1/2 a point. The team that broke the tie is now done for the year; he has no Tigers, White Sox, or Twins hitters left.
That tie put an outright hold on first place in play. The first place team is .0002 ahead of the 6th place team in batting average. He's got Miguel Cabrera and Orlando Cabrera on tap today. The 6th place team has Alexei Ramirez and Edgar Renteria (who probably won't play).
The first place team is also one HR ahead of me. The bad news for him is that I've got Paul Konerko, Ken Griffey Jr., A.J. Pierzynski, and Nick Swisher on the White Sox. A net two HR gain swings the category completely.
So he's sweating it out today, as the second place team is mostly rooting for a negative result. Anyone else with their season on the line today?