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MLB Shutout Survivor 2017: Braves + M’s Eliminated On Opening Day

Barring a Shutout in the game with the Tigers and White Sox today exceeding 6 runs, than Atlanta will finish 30th in this contest this season.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2017:

Each year we run the list as it comes down in order.  From Opening Day until the last club is blanked, we see which squad can hold off getting zeroed  the longest.

Last year, the Pittsburgh Pirates lasted into June to win the honors. 

You always have to go with the favorites to win this category. This would be the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox considering their potent offenses and home venue for their ball games.

The Mariners were blanked 3 – 0 by their Division rival the AStros on Monday they are big underdogs in Game 2 as well. The M’s have a great team but must play good in the AL Wsst if they want to end the longest playoff drought in the MLB heading into this campaign at 15 years.

Noah Syndergaard was dealing early before he left the game with a blister, and the Mets responded with the offense late to hang a 6 – donut score to Atlanta in yesterdays opener at Citi Field.

Houston then took out Seattle’s ace Felix Hernandez by the score of  3- 0 last night.  They will not finish 30th at least but they just couldn’t solve Dallas Keuchel last night in a NL West showdown

AL

AL East All Alive

New York –

Toronto –

Boston –

Baltimore –

Tampa Bay –

AL Central – All Alive

Detroit –

Kansas City –

Minnesota –

Chicago White Sox –

Cleveland Indians –

AL West

Oakland –

Texas –

LA Angels –

Seattle – Eliminated Opening Day Mon Apr 3, 2017 ( 3 – 0 Loss to Astros) – Game #1

Houston –

NL

NL East

Atlanta – Eliminated Opening Day Mon Apr 3, 2017 ( 6 – 0 Loss to Mets) – Game #1

Washington –

NY Mets –

Miami Marlins –

Philadelphia Phillies –

NL Central – All Alive

St. Louis Cardinals –

Cincinnati Reds –

Milwaukee Brewers –

Chicago Cubs –

Pittsburgh Pirates –

NL West – All Alive

LA Dodgers –

SF Giants –

Arizona Diamondbacks –

San Diego Padres –

Colorado Rockies –

The Bucs won this contest last year and followed wins in previous years by the Jays and Angels in years before that. Who do you think will win this year?

By Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner) 

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com and their partners***

A big thanks goes out to our ‘Chief Writer/Part Owner’ Hunter Stokes for preparing today’s featured post.

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