2013 MLB Predictions

Posted: March 30, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

 

 

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On the eve of the 2013 season, all 30 teams can rightfully hold high hopes in their hearts. Even the Houston Astros, whose 213 losses the last two seasons dwarfs any other total across baseball, can believe that 2013 will be their year. For some, those dreams will be dashed. For others, this is just the beginning of a momentous and miraculous season yet to come. Without further ado, here are the official predictions for SkoodSports.com:

AL EAST PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1. Toronto Blue Jays – 88-74
2. New York Yankees – 86-76
3. Boston Red Sox – 83-79
4. Tampa Bay Rays – 80-82
5. Baltimore Orioles – 74-88

AL CENTRAL PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1.Detroit Tigers – 94-68
2. Cleveland Indians – 85-77
3. Kansas City Royals – 82-80
4. Chicago White Sox – 76-86
5. Minnesota Twins – 65-97

AL WEST PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim – 97-65
2. Oakland Athletics – 88-74
3. Texas Rangers – 85-77
4. Seattle Mariners – 77-85
5. Houston Astros – 57-105

NL EAST PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1. Washington Nationals – 94-68
2. Philadelphia Phillies – 87-75
3. Atlanta Braves – 84-78
4. Miami Marlins – 73-89
5. New York Mets – 71-91

 

NL CENTRAL PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1. Cincinnati Reds – 91-71
2. St. Louis Cardinals – 85-77
3. Milwaukee Brewers – 80-82
4. Pittsburgh Pirates – 78-84
5. Chicago Cubs – 69-93

NL WEST PROJECTED ORDER OF FINISH

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PROJECTED RECORDS

1. San Francisco Giants – 89-73
2. Arizona Diamondbacks – 86-76
3. Los Angeles Dodgers – 84-78
4. Colorado Rockies – 74-88
5. San Diego Padres – 70-92

AWARDS PROJECTIONS

AL MVP

1B Prince Fielder, Detroit Tigers

NL MVP

1B Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds

AL CY YOUNG

RHP Jered Weaver, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

NL CY YOUNG

RHP Matt Cain, San Francisco Giants

AL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

CF Aaron Hicks, Minnesota Twins

NL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

CF Adam Eaton, Arizona Diamondbacks

AL MANAGER OF THE YEAR

Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians

NL MANAGER OF THE YEAR

Kirk Gibson, Arizona Diamondbacks

POSTSEASON PROJECTIONS

WILDCARD PLAYOFFS

Oakland Athletics (88-74) OVER New York Yankees (86-76)
Philadelphia Phillies (87-75) OVER Arizona Diamondbacks (86-76)

DIVISIONAL SERIES

Los Angeles Angels OVER Oakland Athletics in 5
Detroit Tigers OVER Toronto Blue Jays in 3

Washington Nationals OVER Philadelphia Phillies in 5
Cincinnati Reds OVER San Francisco Giants in 4

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Detroit Tigers OVER Los Angeles Angels in 7

Cincinnati Reds OVER Washington Nationals in 6

WORLD SERIES

Detroit Tigers OVER Cincinnati Reds in 5

If SkoodSports’ projections hold true, the Detroit Tigers will be celebrating their first championship since 1984.

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