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Official MLB Reports 2015 Baseball Predictions w/Audio (Includes Post Season + Interleague)

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Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer)

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Another year, and it is time for all of us experts to predict the future.  Keep in mind, that I haven’t seen anyone else do a prediction set like we do.  We don’t throw numbers out blindly.

First off, the number of wins allocated must equal 2430 for all 30 teams, and 2430 Losses.  If this is not done, you fail.

AL vs NL

Secondly. the American League and National League will be a direct palindrome, as whenever a league plays itself, it has just as many losers and winner.  Unless the teams go 150 – 150 vs each other in Interleague play, their records will be different.  In our predictions,  I have the AL winning the series for a 12th straight year.. bringing in a 164 – 136 mark. That is 28 games over .500.  AL clubs would then have record that equal 1229 victories versus 1201 defeats,

The National League will have a mark of 1201 – 1229 then.

If your predictions for each of the 6 Divisions don’t have 810 results for their records, you also have done this wrong.  Let this be the template for all future predictions checkers.

In the American League,  I have no teams registering 90 wins, and only 1 team suffering 90+ losses.

For the National League, I have the Washington Nationals bringing in an MLB best 98 wins, just like they did in 2012.  Pittsburgh joins them as the only other MLB franchise to reign in 90 victories.

I have the Phightin Phils being the worst club in the Majors with a 100 losses.  I am basing that on the team finally trading any living veteran midway through the year, and then free falling.

The New York Yankees will also suffer their 1st losing season since 1992 if this prediction is accurate.

9 of the 15 AL clubs will be .500 or better, and Minnesota will tally the worst record at 75 – 87, despite improving by 4 wins from 2014.

9 of the 15 NL clubs will be under .500

The best Divisional record will come from the NL Central, and the worst will hail from the National League West.

Seattle would make the playoffs for the 1st time since 2001, and the Blue Jays would see a game beyond 162 for the 1st time since 1993, although their playoff drought will be extended.

There would be 4 Division repeat champions – with only the Mariners and Pirates usurping the Angels and Cards for their respective Division, with the 2014 Division winners still possessing the #1 Wild Card Slots. and then both advancing in tightly contested Wild Card Play in games.

Boston will win game 163 but suffer from burning up their best pitcher for the Wild Card match.

The Pirates win their 1st Division since 1992, but they meet their maker in the Dodgers, with Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke buzzing them down.

Read the rest to see what I have forecasted.

Hunter Stokes Official picks

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AL 1229 – 1201

AL East 408 – 402

Baltimore 87 – 75 (Division Winner, #3 Seed)

Boston 86 – 76 (Wild Card Tie for 2nd Spot)

Toronto 86 – 76  (Wild Card Tie for 2nd Spot)

New York 78 – 84

Tampa Bay 71 – 91

AL Central 410 – 400

Detroit 88 – 74 (Division Winner, #2 Seed)

Cleveland Indians 85 – 77

Kansas City Royals 84 – 78

Chicago White Sox 78 – 84

Minnesota 75 – 87

AL West 411 – 399

Seattle 89 – 73 (Division Winner, #1 Seed)

LA Angels 87 – 75 (WC #1, #4 Seed)

Oakland 82 – 80

Houston 77 – 85

Texas 76 – 86


Interleague Record AL vs NL 164 – 136 (.547) – AL Wins 12th straight year

NL 1201 – 1229

NL East 397 – 413

Washington 98 – 64 (Division Winner, #1 Seed)

NY Mets 83 – 79 (2nd Wild Card Winner #5 Seed)

Miami Marlins 78 – 84

Atlanta 76 – 86

Philadelphia Phillies 62 – 100

NL Central  418 – 392

Pittsburgh Pirates 90 – 72 (Division Winner, #2 Seed)

St. Louis Cardinals 88 – 74 (Wild Card #1, #4 Seed)

Chicago Cubs 81 – 81

Milwaukee Brewers 80 – 82

Cincinnati Reds 79 – 83

NL West  386 – 424

LA Dodgers 87 – 75 (Division Winner #3 Seed)

SF Giants  80 – 82

SD Padres 76 – 86

Colorado Rockies 72 – 90

Arizona Diamondbacks 71 – 91

2015 Post Season

Game 163 To Determine WC #2 AL

Boston 6 Toronto 3 (Held at Rogers Center) (Boston advances to Playoffs)

Wild Card Game (American League)

Boston @ Los Angeles (Angels Win 4 – 3)

Wild Card Game (National League)

NY Mets @ St. Louis (Cardinals win 3 – 2)

LDS Round American League

Seattle over Boston 3 – 2

Detroit over Baltimore 3 – 2

LDS Round National League

Washington over St. Louis in 4

Los Angeles over Pittsburgh in 4

ALCS

Seattle over Detroit in 6

NLCS

Washington over LA Dodgers in 7

World Series

Washington over Seattle in 7

The meeting between the Mariners and Nationals will end the last 2 franchises droughts for World Series Appearance.  The Nationals win the 1st title in D.C. for baseball

Jordan Gluck’s Picks

Jordan Gluck (Right)

Jordan Gluck (Right)

MLB 2015 Predictions:

AL East
Toronto Blue Jays
New York Yankees
Baltimore Orioles
Boston Red Sox
Tampa Bay Rays

AL Central
Detroit Tigers
Chicago White Sox
Kansas City Royals
Cleveland Indians
Minnesota Twins

AL West
Texas Rangers
Seattle Mariners
Oakland Athletics
Houston Astros
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

NL East
Miami Marlins
New York Mets
Washington Nationals
Atlanta Braves
Philadelphia Phillies

NL Central
St. Louis Cardinals
Milwaukee Brewers
Chicago Cubs
Pittsburgh Pirates
Cincinnati Reds

NL West
Los Angeles Dodgers
San Diego Padres
Colorado Rockies
San Francisco Giants
Arizona Diamondbacks

AL Wild Cards
Seattle Mariners
Chicago White Sox

NL Wild Cards
Milwaukee Brewers
New York Mets

ALCS
Blue Jays over Tigers

NLCS
Marlins over Dodgers

World Series

Miami Marlins over Toronto Blue Jays in 7

Before You think Jordan Gluck is crazy for this, he had Kansas City in the final last year.

Jordan’s picks for individual awards

AL MVP
Miguel Cabrera

NL MVP
Giancarlo Stanton

AL Cy Young
Felix Hernandez

NL Cy Young
Clayton Kershaw

AL ROY
Aaron Sanchez

NL ROY
Kris Bryant

AL Manager
Brian Bannister

NL Manager
Terry Collins

 

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