There's no real reason to go on and on about it. It's an inescapable fact of our road record that 10 of our 17 losses on the road have been by only one run. A mere 20 more well placed runs scored or 20 fewer runs given up (or any combination of the two) and we could be looking down at the rest of the division with a 38-and-14 record. Heck, just half of those losses turned into victories would give us the best record in baseball. This folks, is what is separating this team from first place and third place. But, there's really no reason to go on and on about it.
No NAHWAL, yet again.