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If it feels like you've been here before, don't worry, you are probably not having a stroke. We did just watch a Phillies-Braves series about a week and a half ago, and yes, it felt just as futile as today. After their hot start, the Braves have settled into a lovely post-sell-off swoon, and the Phillies, well, uh
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Phillies remain the only team to have been "ZiPSliminated" from the playoffs (1-in-500 or worse). Brewers at 1-in-172. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/15ZiPS?src=hash">#15ZiPS</a></p>— Dan Szymborski (@DSzymborski) <a href="https://twitter.com/DSzymborski/status/595302048205250560">May 4, 2015</a></blockquote>
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Oh take me home, I'm ready.
In any case, what we have here is a battle between two under 500 teams who are trailing the New York Mets (and yes, I have to check the standings every time too because it seems weird). Still, the Braves are only 3.5 games back on the Metros, so maybe this series means something to them. Who knows? It feels like the Phillies are playing this season in Dimension X, where wins and losses are irrelevant and the team is, like, doomed to repeat their failures for eternity while its fans slowly go mad from the boredom and seeming meaninglessness of it all while also watching other teams rise in the standings like it actually matters, which of course for Dimension X's own Phillies, it doesn't because they're playing the same game ad nauseam.
Sorry I kind of went somewhere there.
Aaron Harang -- Listen, last time I said Aaron Harang was great, he got shelled, so what do you want from me today? Do we want to win or to lose? I have to think somewhere in our fanbase reptile brains we want the team to win. So I'm just going to put this Topps card of the Harangatang over here that says he has a 2.33 ERA and he's going up against a bad Atlanta offense and quietly walk away.
Alex Wood -- "You want to get a picture of the future. Imagine Wheels, saying a pitcher's delivery is funky, forever." -George Orwell.
Daily Fantasy Plays
Uh, daily lineups aren't loading, so I don't want to give suggestions and find out they're sitting. And out of these two offenses? Maybe the best advice would be just to stay far away.