Game Ratings Project 2013: The San Diego Padres Game 2 in the form of an internet poll

"I vote a five. We should aim higher against the Padres." "Agreed. A five." "Yep. I think a five as well." - Mike Stobe

Would you rather have a glimmer of hope or no hope at all?

Early indicators show that the first game of the season was both the best and worst game of the season so far. Let's see how that looks:

  1. Game 1: Edinson Volquez loses us a game like a billion to two. (2.269 GLBSR)

Now the second game has been played and we didn't lose by a billion. Several of you voted the first game completely unsatisfactory so now we have no place to go but up. Unless you're planning on just voting 1 every day this year, which is your right as a member of the community, but will also cause others to question exactly why you're a Padres Fan.

So again the rules. Just vote based on how satisfied you felt about that second game. Here's the recap for the second game if you had given up in the 6th inning and didn't realize anything else happened. Though at the same time, maybe satisfaction is partly based on when exactly you gave up. If you did so in the 6th inning, then yeah. Probably you would vote a 1.

VOTING OPEN FOR A LIMITED TIME. GET CRACKIN' CRACKER JACKS!

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