N.L. Raze to the Playoffs

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Enough of the business; let's jump into my playoff predictions for the AL. All records are as of the End of Day 9/3.

Division Standings: West

  1. SF Giants: (85-49)

  2. Final Projection: 100-62(1)

  3. August Projection: 100-62

  4. July Projection: 95-67

  5. June Projection: 90-72

  6. May Projection 89-75

  7. April Projection: 82-80

  8. LA Dodgers: (85-49)

  9. Final Projection: 99-63(4)

  10. August Projection: 98-64

  11. July Projection: 97-65

  12. June Projection: 100-62

  13. May Projection 102-60(1)

  14. April Projection: 105-57 (1)

  15. SD Padres: (71-63)

  16. Final Projection: 84-78

  17. August Projection: 95-67

  18. July Projection: 96-66

  19. June Projection: 97-65

  20. May Projection: 98-64(4)

  21. April Projection:102-60(4)

  22. Colorado Rockies: (61-73)

  23. Final Projection: 70-92

  24. August Projection: 70-92

  25. July Projection: 65-97

  26. June Projection: 65-97

  27. May Projection: 62-100

  28. April Projection: 70-92

  29. Arizona D-Backs: (45-90)

  30. Final Projection: 55-107

  31. August Projection: 50-112

  32. July Projection: 70-92

  33. June Projection: 81-81

  34. May Projection: 84-88

  35. April Projection: 65-97

Division Standing Prediction: Cental

  1. Milwaukee Brewers: (82-53)

  2. Final Projection: 95-67 (2)

  3. August Projection: 93-69

  4. July Projection: 92-70

  5. June Projection: 90-72

  6. May Projection: 88-74

  7. April Projection: 81-81

  8. Cincinnati Reds: (72-63)

  9. Final Projection: 86-76(5)

  10. August Projection: 87-75

  11. July Projection: 88-74

  12. June Projection: 85-77

  13. May Projection: 84-78

  14. April Projection: 83-79

  15. St Louis Cardinals: (68-64)

  16. Final Projection: 78-82

  17. August Projection: 81-81

  18. July Projection: 82-80

  19. June Projection: 85-77

  20. May Projection: 95-67(2)

  21. April Projection: 97-65(3)

  22. Chicago Cubs: (60-75)

  23. Final Projection: 68-94

  24. August Projection: 70-92

  25. July Projection: 81-81

  26. June Projection: 84-78

  27. May Projection: 85-77

  28. April Projection: 95-67

  29. Pittsburg Pirates: (48-86)

  30. Final Projection: 56-106

  31. August Projection: 57-105

  32. July Projection: 50-112

  33. June Projection: 55-107

  34. May Projection: 55-107

  35. April Projection: 50-112

Division Standings: East

  1. Atlanta Braves: (71-62)

  2. Final Projection: 86-76(3)

  3. August Projection: 88-74

  4. July Projection: 81-81

  5. June Projection: 85-77

  6. May Projection: 88-74

  7. April Projection: 102-60(2)

  8. Philadelphia Phillies: (69-64)

  9. Final Projection: 81-81

  10. August Projection: 92-70

  11. July Projection: 90-72

  12. June Projection: 88-84

  13. May Projection: 90-72

  14. April Projection: 93-69

  15. NY Mets: (66-67) Boooo

  16. Final Projection: 75-87

  17. August Projection: 85-79

  18. July Projection: 87-75

  19. June Projection: 88-74

  20. May Projection: 92-70(5)

  21. April Projection: 90-72

  22. Miami Marlins: (55-79)

  23. Final Projection: 65-97

  24. August Projection: 60-102

  25. July Projection: 70-92

  26. June Projection: 80-82

  27. May Projection: 85-77

  28. April Projection: 85-77

  29. Washington Nationals: (55-77)

  30. Final Projection: 62-100

  31. August Projection: 62-100

  32. July Projection: 70-92

  33. June Projection: 75-87

  34. May Projection: 83-79

  35. April Projection: 96-66(5)


NLWCS: The Wildcard is going to be a 1-game play-in, as we have seen traditionally. In this NLWCS, we will see the 4-seed LA Dodgers vs. the 5-seed Cincinnati Reds. The most significant change is the Red beating out the Padres for the second Wild Card spot. But that is baseball. I honestly don't know if the Reds would go with Luis Castillo or Wade Miley this one. At the same time, I don't know if the Dodgers would go with Mad Max or the best LHP of all time in Clayton Kershaw. They could also go with potential CY Young winner Walker Buehler. End of this game. I give it to the Dodgers.

NLDS: In round-2 of the NL playoffs, we will see two 5- game series. The 1-seed vs. the winner of the wildcard. The other series will be the 2-seed vs. the 3-seed.

For the first series of the NLDS, we will see the 1-seed SF Giants taking on the WC Winning LA Dodgers. These two teams are a fun matchup because of how well these two teams line up. The pitching on both sides is top-notch defenses and great offenses. However, I think the edge here lies with the Giants and their game caller Buster Posey behind the plate. When you have one of the best to do it, who has won 3 rings, I have to give this round to the Giants in 4.

We will see the 2-seed Milwaukee Brewers taking on the 3-seed Atlanta Braves for the second series of the NLDS. The starting pitching is the game's name for the Brewers, and giant bats are the name of the game for Atlanta as that is what has powered them to this point. The Brew Crew is in a prime position to keep pushing on to the end with their rotation filled with three legit Cy Young candidates. The Brewers sweep this series in 3.

NLCS:

We will see the SF Giants going against Milwaulkee Brewers in a best of seven for the NL pennant. Let's break down the positions and who I think has the advantages and where.

Rotation- Brewers

Bull Pen- Giants

Defense- Giants

Outfielders- Brewers

Infielders- Tied

Difference Makers-The Biggest difference-maker for the Giants is Buster Posey. The biggest difference-maker for the Brewers is Cristian Yelich. Can Posey call some fantastic games? Yes! Will Yelich finally be the hero we have all been waiting for? Yes!

Overall, the rotation of the Brewers has three legit Cy Young candidates, in my opinion. The Giants are one of the best managed and veteran-savvy teams in all of baseball. Neither team will take a pitch off. I have to give the odd-year bias to the Giants as they advance in 7 to play the Tampa Bay Rays.


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