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Washington Nationals: Are win/loss records impacted by early season road games?

There has been a lot of discussion recently regarding the Nats 2010 schedule. Specifically, comments have been made regarding the difficulty of the Nats schedule, the 20 games in 20 days streak, and the fact that the Nats have 31 road games in their first 55 games. The Nats just completed a 10 game road trip that included 6 games on the west coast and 4 in Houston. The blogosphere is eager to see the Nats come home to help get back above .500.

Here’s the question – is there a correlation between a team’s early season home/away game ratio and a team’s win/loss record? Will the Nats return to Nats Park help the team's winning percentage? See the results here on my NatsStats blog.

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