Today, on a very special Abes vs Babes: both teams take it all off and reveal what lies underneath. No, this doesn't mean you'll get to see our stash of James Madison soft-focus oil paintings (and sorry ladies, the Darryl shot is just to get your attention). It means today we uncover the full roster of both the Abes' and Babes' hitters, along with their corresponding stats. The black box that until now has shrouded AvB in mystery and begat rumors of game fixing will finally be lifted.
But first, an update on the Week 7 competition, which requires a brief look at Cameron Diaz' career. From her The Mask debut in '94 until she became the world's highest-paid actress in '03, Cameron basically ruled the world. But then the cracks started to show. First, Timberlake. Then, In Her Shoes. We became truly concerned when she started channeling Claudia Schiffer. And just when it seemed she was following another Timberlake Ex into Crazytown, a trifecta of Cameron-friendly events hit:
- Her Shrek the Third had a $123 million opening weekend.
- She got to hug it out with Kate Hudson (here's the story from the hardhitting reporters at Yahoo! India news).
- Lastly and most importantly, Cameron's Babes protege Victor Diaz suddenly became the second coming of Ted Williams, batting 0.400 and belting 4 HR's during the week to win Player of the Week and help the Babes notch a Week 7 win.
With their strong week, The Babes extend their lead in Cumulative Stat Categories to 7-1 and push their lead in Weeks Won to 5-1-1. Here are the full scoreboards:
And, as promised, here are the full details on the Abes' and Babes' hitters:
|John F Kennedy||Adam||STL||0.239||11||0||9||2|
|Penelope Cruz||Jose, Jr||SD||0.280||22||4||13||2|
Coming Next Monday: pitching rosters and stats.