Friday, September 26, 2014

Looking Back: My Predictions For the Standings in 2014

This may be the hardest of all the predictions to make but I took a shot at predicting all 30 MLB teams records, the standings, the division winners, the Wild Card winners, etc. I can tell you I had the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox as the top two teams in the AL East and the Baltimore Orioles finishing last, whoops. I had the Kansas City Royals in fourth place, the Texas Rangers winning the AL West, the Atlanta Braves winning the NL East, the Pittsburgh Pirates winning the NL Central, and the Arizona Diamondbacks almost making the postseason. Again, whoops.

See below for the original post made back in March:


New York Yankees (99- 63)
Boston Red Sox (94-68)
Tampa Bay Rays (90-72)
Toronto Blue Jays (81-81)
Baltimore Orioles (80-82)


Detroit Tigers (100-62)
Cleveland Indians (92-70)
Minnesota Twins (89-73)
Kansas City Royals (82-80)
Chicago White Sox (75-87)


Texas Rangers (95-67)
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (91-71)
Seattle Mariners (88-74)
Oakland Athletics (86-76)
Houston Astros (70-92)


Atlanta Braves (97-65)
Washington Nationals (95-67)
Philadelphia Phillies (84-78)
New York Mets (80-82)
Miami Marlins (72-90)


Pittsburgh Pirates (94-68)
St. Louis Cardinals (92-70)
Cincinnati Reds (86-76)
Chicago Cubs (83-81)
Milwaukee Brewers (80-84)


Los Angeles Dodgers (100-62)
Arizona Diamondbacks (91-71)
San Francisco Giants (84-78)
San Diego Padres (81-81)
Colorado Rockies (69- 93)

Looks like the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians will win the two Wild Cards in the American League and the St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals will make it for the National League. The playoffs would be stacked this season with really all the best teams making the cut.

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