Found December 16, 2011 on We Should Be GM's:
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A. Kent Bottenfield's ERA with the PhilliesB. Multiplied by Marlon Anderson's career triplesC. Divided by the wins from Paul Byrd's All-Star campaignD. Plus the square root of Doug Glanville's homers with PhilsE. Minus Ryan Madson's career blown save totalWhat's the #?
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