2018 Baseball Season Predictions

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2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby Crimson's Ghost » March 29th, 2018, 10:18 am

Division Champions
AL East:
AL Central:
AL West:
AL Wild Card 1:
AL Wild Card 2:

NL East: 
NL Central:
NL West:
NL Wild Card 1:
NL Wild Card 2: 

World Series Pick:

Award Winners
AL MVP
AL Cy Young
NL MVP
NL Cy Young

Pittsburgh Pirates Predictions
Pirates Final Record: 
Team leader in Home Runs:
Team leader in RBI
Team leader in Batting average: 
Team leader in Wins: 
Team leader in ERA: 
Felipe Rivero Saves Total: 
Will Austin Meadows get significant time: 
Project Tyler Glasnow's 2018 season: 
Gregory Polanco's Season Line (Avg, HR, RBI): 
Will Josh Harrison be a Pirate by the end of the year?: 
How many All-Stars?  (And who?): 
Corey Dickerson HR Total: 
Project Andrew McCutchen's season in San Francisco: 



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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby Manfred » March 29th, 2018, 10:24 am

The Pirates WILL NOT LOSE today! Lock that one down.
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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby Crimson's Ghost » March 29th, 2018, 10:29 am

Division Champions
AL East:  New York Yankees
AL Central: Cleveland Indians 
AL West: Houston Astros
AL Wild Card 1: Minnesota Twins
AL Wild Card 2: Los Angeles Angels

NL East: Washington Nationals
NL Central: Chicago Cubs
NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers
NL Wild Card 1: Milwaukee Brewers 
NL Wild Card 2: Colorado Rockies

World Series Pick:  Los Angeles Dodgers over New York Yankees in 7

Award Winners
AL MVP: Mike Trout, Angels
AL Cy Young: Corey Kluber, Indians
NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Nationals
NL Cy Young: Robbie Ray, Diamondbacks

Pittsburgh Pirates Predictions
Pirates Final Record:  76-86
Team leader in Home Runs: Josh Bell, 32
Team leader in RBI: Josh Bell 98
Team leader in Batting average: Starling Marte, .303
Team leader in Wins: Jameson Taillon, 14
Team leader in ERA: Ivan Nova  3.67
Felipe Rivero Saves Total: 41
Will Austin Meadows get significant time: Yes, Polanco will get hurt and he will step in around July and play a lot. 
Project Tyler Glasnow's 2018 season: Will be a spot starter with limited success. 
Gregory Polanco's Season Line (Avg, HR, RBI):  .275 11 Homers 34 RBI playing around 85 games
Will Josh Harrison be a Pirate by the end of the year?: No, will be traded at the July 31 deadline. 
How many All-Stars?  (And who?): 2 (Josh Bell, Felipe Rivero)
Corey Dickerson HR Total: 24
Project Andrew McCutchen's season in San Francisco: .260  17 Homers  62 RBI

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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby 12HankQB » March 29th, 2018, 11:27 am

Division Champions
AL East:  New York Yankees
AL Central: Cleveland Indians 
AL West: Houston Astros
AL Wild Card 1: Boston Red Sox
AL Wild Card 2: Los Angeles Angels

NL East: Washington Nationals
NL Central: Chicago Cubs
NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers
NL Wild Card 1: St. Louis Cardinals
NL Wild Card 2: Arizona Dbacks
World Series Pick:  Yankees over Cubs in 5

Award Winners
AL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees
AL Cy Young: Corey Kluber, Indians
NL MVP:  Andrew McCutchen, Giants....because our luck
NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

Pittsburgh Pirates Predictions
Pirates Final Record:  79-83
Team leader in Home Runs: Josh Bell, 36
Team leader in RBI: Josh Bell 106
Team leader in Batting average: Starling Marte, .288
Team leader in Wins: Jameson Taillon, 15
Team leader in ERA: Jameson Taillon, 3.22
Felipe Rivero Saves Total: 43
Will Austin Meadows get significant time: Yes, they'll platoon in some sort of fashion as always
Project Tyler Glasnow's 2018 season: Will make 3 starts, 1 okay and 2 horrible. He'll remain because too talented, but late relief in blowouts
Gregory Polanco's Season Line (Avg, HR, RBI):  .266 21 Homers 75 RBI playing around 103 games
Will Josh Harrison be a Pirate by the end of the year?: No
How many All-Stars?  (And who?): 3 (Josh Bell, Felipe Rivero, and Jameson Taillon)
Corey Dickerson HR Total: 17
Project Andrew McCutchen's season in San Francisco: .319, 27 Hrs, and 97 RBI's

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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby Crimson's Ghost » March 29th, 2018, 12:45 pm

Little more optimistic than me Hank. That's why I like Opening Day, it always brings out hope.

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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby 12HankQB » March 29th, 2018, 12:52 pm

Crimson's Ghost wrote:Little more optimistic than me Hank.  That's why I like Opening Day, it always brings out hope.

I chose this because I'd be happier winning only 30 games than being just a few short. They'll get close to .500 just for us to be miserable.
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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby letsgo » March 29th, 2018, 1:03 pm

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AL East: Red Sox
AL Central: Indians
AL West: Astros
AL Wild Card 1: Yankees
AL Wild Card 2: Angles

NL East: Nationals
NL Central: Cubs
NL West: Dodgers
NL Wild Card 1: Cardinals
NL Wild Card 2: Diamondbacks

World Series Pick: Indians over Cubs

Award Winners
AL MVP – Mike Trout
AL Cy Young – Gerrit Cole
NL MVP – Bryce Harper
NL Cy Young – Clayton Kershaw

Pittsburgh Pirates Predictions
Pirates Final Record: 82-20
Team leader in Home Runs: Josh Bell - 29
Team leader in RBI – Josh Bell- 102
Team leader in Batting average: Adam Fraizer - .298
Team leader in Wins: Taillon - 17
Team leader in ERA:  Taillon – 2.97
Felipe Rivero Saves Total: 48
Will Austin Meadows get significant time: No
Project Tyler Glasnow's 2018 season: He is going to surprise people. It’ll finally start to click come May
Gregory Polanco's Season Line (Avg, HR, RBI): .285 , 24 home runs, 84 RBI.. stays healthy majority of year
Will Josh Harrison be a Pirate by the end of the year?: No
How many All-Stars?  (And who?): 2 ( Rivero and Marte)
Corey Dickerson HR Total: 25
Project Andrew McCutchen's season in San Francisco: 25 home runs, 90 rbi.. .280[/font]

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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby 12HankQB » March 29th, 2018, 2:33 pm

Ian Happ led off the Cubs season with a first pitch homer...hate the Cubs.
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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby konjo78 » March 29th, 2018, 3:16 pm

Division Champions
AL East: Boston
AL Central: Cleveland
AL West: Astros
AL Wild Card 1: New York Yankees
AL Wild Card 2: Baltimore

NL East: Mets
NL Central: Cardinals
NL West: Dodgers
NL Wild Card 1: Cubs
NL Wild Card 2: Nationals

World Series Pick: Red soxs over Cardinals 4-2


Pittsburgh Pirates Predictions
Pirates Final Record: 60-102

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Re: 2018 Baseball Season Predictions

Postby crfball » April 2nd, 2018, 1:38 am

I told all my buddies before the first game Friday, Pirates 86 wins, heard it here first


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