Fun as always, though as always I feel little bad for the teams that fall ever further behind as the season progresses.
One thing I think we're going to have to think about going forward is the CG stat, which has been on a downward slide ever since even before it got added as a scoring category for the league, and has really cratered the past couple of years:
It's now down to 53 games after being twice that just a couple of years ago. With a season roughly 26 weeks long, that means there's only two a week on average, which means it's going to be basically a coin toss win for a couple of participants every week. Of course CGs aren't evenly distributed among pitchers, but this year only eight pitchers had more than one CG
and only two had more than two CGs (Kluber and Santana, with 5 each). And I wouldn't be surprised if those guys have fewer next year also, as total innings pitched by starters continues to decline (this year just 15 pitchers recorded 200 or more IP; just a decade ago, there were over 30, and in 1998 there were almost 60).