Here's a very cool site I learned of on Minor League Ball. Basically, Jeff over at brewcrewball.com is pulling together all of the stats in the 2006 minor league games and calculating splits for each player/level. For example, we now can see that Trevor Crowe is hitting .200 vs. LHP and .352 vs. RHP, which may be due to a BABIP of .263 vs. the former and .426 against the latter. Is that cool or what? Mind you, it's a bit early in the season to assign validity to the numbers, but it is certainly a site worth bookmarking.
The home page is http://www.brewcrewball.com/special/milb+splits
The Indian's affiliate's page is http://www.brewcrewball.com/special/milb+teams#Cle
This point of all this, of course, is to distract you from some nonsense that occured over the past three days in a sleepy midwest town.
Actually, what if we bonded together to distract each other? To that end, I encourage you to find an interesting, though potentially meaningless, split and share with the rest of the class. We can get through this...together!