Gloating in the temporary bask of humiliation

Perhaps you remember a couple three months ago I discussed the matter of our hockey pool (using Klingon names to identify the players to save a thread all about J______ and D______ and C______ and S_____ and the like).

The quick summary is that "Chang" temporarily fell out of first place (a rank he ended up finishing at) into a mere tie for first, and instantly declared he no longer wanted to play in the league, and backed out of his monetary commitments.

So anyways, in our baseball pool the two of us are currently head to head.

As of 6am this morning, here are the results:

Me: 16 R, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 3 SB, 27 A, 0.831 OPS, 3 W, 3 SV, 23 K, 3.04 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 3.83 K/BB
Chang: 14 R, 4 HR, 15 RBI, 2 SB, 19 A, 0.802 OPS, 1 W, 0 SV, 17 K, 5.13 ERA, 1.56 WHIP, 1.89 K/BB
In other words, I'm beating him 12-0-0 as of this morning!

I don't expect this situation to hold: the batting totals in particular are all really close: 2 runs and 2 homers and 2 ribbies and a stolen base aren't particularly hard to acheive, and my shitty OPS is only countered by his even shittier OPS. I expect in that category at least that I will lose out on very soon: Scott Posednik and Ichiro versus Bobby Abreu and Andruw Jones isn't something I expect to stay steady. But my starting pitching I'd take against his any day: and besides, none of his starters are scheduled to be up again this week except for Javier Vasquez, who I really doubt is going to duplicate his six innings without a single earned run and seven strikeouts feat of Monday.