The Washington Nationals are on pace to do something pretty unusual: lead the league in starting pitcher WAR while losing most of their games. But they don’t hold a candle to the ’91 Indians, who pulled the trick while losing 105 games. (Read that again. 105 losses while leading MLB in starting pitcher WAR.) How does that even happen? Plus: Why Scherzer is the most frustrated pitcher in baseball, the incredible Yankees bullpen, and flipping the script regarding the 1950 Red Sox.