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MLB Postseason Predictions

I realize this isn’t the prettiest format for an article of this type, but after an hour of trying to get a table to work for wordpress, I had no other choice. Enough excuses, though. I’d like to take this text to thank everybody that made this article happen. Ryan Lester from Lester’s Legends, Ben Lewis from Fantasy Sports Circle, and the EE Staff, Caleb Parkinson and Derrick Miller. Last but not least, I’d like to thank a good friend, Jacob Schweitzer for participating.

 

Derrick Miller – EE Sports World

NL West – San Fransisco Giants

NL Central – Cincinnati Reds

NL East – Philadelphia Phillies

NL Wildcard – Atlanta Braves

AL West – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

AL Central – Minnesota Twins

AL East – Boston Red Sox

AL Wildcard – New York Yankees

Sleeper Team – Baltimore Orioles

Bust Team – Texas Rangers

NL Winner – Philadelphia Phillies

AL Winner – Boston Red Sox

World Series Champ – Philadelphia Phillies


Caleb Parkinson – EE Sports World Writer

NL West – Dodgers, I like Mattingly at the helm. Look for bounce back year from Kemp, Billingsley, Broxton, etc.
NL Central – Cubs, Look for bounce back year from Big Z and A-Ram. Garza will enjoy not seeing DH’s
NL East – Phillies
NL Wildcard – Rockies, barely beating out the brewers, giants, and reds will all be within 2 games of eachother.
AL West – Angels
AL Central – White Sox
AL East – Red Sox
AL Wildcard – Yankees
Sleeper Team – NL, Brewers  AL, A’s
NL Bust Team – Giants, but by no means the worst, just a bust compared to last year’s WS success. 3rd in division in 2011 with an 82-80 record.
NL Winner – Phillies
AL Winner – Red Sox
World Series Champ – Phillies, on paper this SP staff has a chance to be the best of my lifetime.

AL Bust – Twins, lots of question marks around their top players. A week twins team makes for a very week AL central in 2011.

 

Ryan Lester – Lester’s Legends

NL West – Colorado Rockies

NL Central – Cincinnati Reds

NL East – Philadelphia Phillies

NL Wildcard – San Francisco Giants

AL West -Texas Rangers

AL Central – Minnesota Twins

AL East – Boston Red Sox

AL Wildcard – New York Yankees

Sleeper Team – New York Mets

Bust Team – Tampa Bay Rays

NL Winner – Philadelphia Phillies

AL Winner – Boston Red Sox

World Series Champ  – Philadelphia Phillies


Jacob Schweitzer – EE Sports World Fan

NL West – Dodgers

NL Central – Cubs

NL East – Phillies

NL Wildcard – Cardinals

AL West – Angels

AL Central – Twins

AL East – Red Sox

AL Wildcard – Yankees

Sleeper Team – Tigers

Bust Team – Rays

NL Winner – Phillies

AL Winner – Red Sox

World Series Champ – Phillies


Brandon Berg – EE Sports World

NL West – Giants

NL Central – Reds

NL East – Phillies

NL Wildcard – Rockies

AL West – Angels

AL Central – Twins

AL East – Red Sox

AL Wildcard – Yankees

Sleeper Team – Brewers

Bust Team – Rays

NL Winner – Phillies

AL Winner – Red Sox

World Series Champ – Red Sox

 

NL West

 

NL Central

 

NL East

 

NL Wildcard

 

AL West

 

AL Central

 

AL East

 

Wildcard

 

Sleeper

 

Bust

 

NL Winner

 

AL Winner

 

World Series Winner

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8 responses to “MLB Postseason Predictions

  1. berger987 March 6, 2011 at 1:19 am

    I’m really sorry everyone. It was a trainwreck making this one and I have no clue why. I hope you still enjoyed reading it.

  2. dmills14 March 6, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Lot of Phillies predictions. lol

  3. berger987 March 6, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    I know that pitching wins championships, and the Phillies are going to be amazing at it, but I don’t think they have the offense to compete with the Sox. Rollins is on the downside of his career and now werth is gone, I just don’t see it. I say the Sox offense is too powerful, and they have enough pitching to get it done there too.

  4. thepidemic March 7, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    I didn’t know that the exact why I emailed it, would be how it was posted on the blog. It looks a little weird, sorry about that, haha. Overall, i like the recent changes berg. But I gotta agree with dmills on the series winner. Berger, those Sox will certainly be tough, but they have a lot of q marks in the rotation and lots of leadoff type hitters. If Youk and A-Gon can both be healthy, then I’m sure they put up more than enough runs. But if the Phillies can get familiar #’s from Utley and Howard, I believe its enough when added to that pitching.

  5. berger987 March 7, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    I didn’t intend on it being, what I originally did, was put them all in a table. They all looked fine, but then i switched the layout, and it messed everything up. I was so p*****. You have no clue.

    I worked on this thing for over an hour. I was frustrated because even when I put it in this format, it took me 20 minutes to get it right. lol But I can switch it if you want.

  6. thepidemic March 7, 2011 at 5:51 pm

    Nah, it’s all good. Also, thanks to everyone for being involved in the divisional reviews. I hope none of the comment I left come across overly smug. Just trying to ignite further conversation is all.

  7. berger987 March 7, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    no, they didn’t. don’t sweat it. conversation ignited. ish.

  8. dmills14 March 8, 2011 at 10:03 am

    Nothing wrong with a lil conversation. Site needs to be active. lol

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