And Then There Were 5 Teams Left: MLB Shutout Survivor 2014 Contest
By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): Follow @chuckbooth3024
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Eliminated Last Night are the Mets, Twins and White Sox.
In this post, which we are also going to feature in a Subpage at the site called ‘Shutout Survivor’, we will document who wins this race for all 30 MLB Teams, meaning we will state the date a teams gets Shutout for the 1st time of the year.
After the games on Apr.18th, there are 25 teams taken out of this competition. The AL still has 3 teams remaining in this and the NL has 2 The NL Central and AL East and NL East are completely eliminated as well.
Should be a great contest to see who can be the last team to score zero runs in a game.
5 teams yet to be blanked: Rockies, Dodgers, Indians, Rangers and Angels.
New York – Eliminated Apr.5
Toronto – Eliminated Apr.17
Boston – Eliminated Apr.6
Baltimore – Eliminated Apr.11
Tampa Bay – Eliminated Apr.2
Detroit – Eliminated – Apr.11
Kansas City – Eliminated Apr 8th
Chicago White Sox – Eliminated Apr.18th
Cleveland Indians –
Oakland – Eliminated Mar.31st
LA Angels –
Seattle – Eliminated Apr.09
Houston – Eliminated Apr.11
Atlanta – Eliminated Mar.31st
Washington – Eliminated Apr.17
NY Mets – Eliminated Apr,.18
Miami Marlins – Eliminated Apr.08
Philadelphia Phillies – Eliminated Apr.16
St. Louis Cardinals – Eliminated Apr.02
Cincinnati Reds – Eliminated Mar.31
Milwaukee Brewers – Eliminated Apr.02
Chicago Cubs – Eliminated Mar.31
Pittsburgh Pirates – Eliminated Apr.16
LA Dodgers –
SF Giants – Eliminated Apr.12
Arizona Diamondbacks – Eliminated Apr.02
San Diego Padres – Eliminated Apr.05
Colorado Rockies –
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Posted on April 19, 2014, in The Rest: Everything Baseball and tagged 2014 MLB Runs Survivor, aaron harang, AL East, AL West, All 30 MLB Teams, American league, arizona diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, baltimore orioles, boston red sox, carlos gonzalez, chicago cubs, chicago white sox, cincinnati reds, cleveland indians, colorado rockies, detroit tigers, houston astros, j.p. arencibia, jose abreu, kansas city royals, la angels, la dodgers, lorenzo cain, miami marlins, mike moustakas, miller park, milwaukee brewers, minnesota twins, national league, new york mets, new york yankees, NL Central, NL east, nl west, oakland athletics, philadelphia phillies, pittsburgh pirates, pnc park, prince fielder, san diego padres, san francisco giants, seattle mariners, st louis cardinals, tampa bay rays, texas rangers, toronto blue jays, troy tulowitzki, washington nationals. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on And Then There Were 5 Teams Left: MLB Shutout Survivor 2014 Contest.