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HRs Galore

Saw this on Baseball Analysts:
"# In total, there were 156 runs scored--or an average of 11.2 per game--in the first 14 contests. Last year, the average number of runs per game for the season was 9.2. Just wait 'til we run those #4 and #5 starters out there."

Additionally it sure seems to me that HR's are WAY up in the first couple days of the season. And then in today's Cub game, 4 HR in 5 innings, including one by Bronson Arroyo! I thought steroids were gone? Or is it that greenies are gone and the pitchers are suffering?

Too soon for hard numbers maybe, but it sure seems like a lot of HRs....

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