This is just a quick update of this post, which offered some scenarios for how many wins the Phillies might end up with.
The accompanying graph of games over .500 is after the jump...
One other scenario to consider is based on the Phillies' Pythagorean W% since Utley's return, which projects to 106 wins:
(David S. Cohen, you can stop reading now)
One milestone note for tonight:
It should be their 200th strraight sellout, including the postseason.
Last night CBP set a new high for attendance for a regular season game at 45,894, and someone asked in the game thread how often they've set a new high this year.
By my count, the high before this year was 45,518 (9/6/10), and they've set a new record 7 times:
4/3 - 45,562
4/13 - 45,667
4/14 - 45,716
4/29 - 45,743
5/23 - 45,841
6/15 - 45,880
8/17 - 45,894
Like David, I don't know how they keep finding additional seats (or SRO spots) to sell, but this article provides a glimpse behind the scenes:
Demystifying When a Sellout Isn’t a Sellout, and Ticket-Selling Tricks of the Trade