|Progressive Likelihood of World Series, Beyond the Box Score|
Maybe I'm thinking too far in the future. Let's just concentrate on tonight.
|K. Lohse vs. M. Harrison, 2011 regular season, Fangraphs|
Each team has scored only four runs over the first two games. That is only an average of two runs per game. Everyone expects the offense to pick up in Texas with the hitter friendly ballpark and warmer temperatures. The pitching seemed so unsatisfactory in the Championship series, yet both teams have recorded amazing numbers overall. The law of averages show it should not last.
After all, it's the law. But who will break the law first, and when?