As usual, making use of a quick-and-dirty formula from an old Bill James Baseball Abstract for what I’ve labeled the Baseballrelated.com prediction.
The Sports Illustrated World Series matchup is the Indians vs. Nationals, with Cleveland prevailing. Lotsa luck, Tribe!
Sports Illustrated prediction Baseballrelated.com prediction AL East 1. Boston Red Sox (89-73) 1. Baltimore Orioles (92-70) […]
I told you that Sports Illustrated’s prediction that the Rays would win the AL East was the kiss of death! Now we have no Hope, no Jobs, and no Maddon — at least we have Cash.
Other obvious disappointments: Red Sox, Rangers, Reds.
Sports Illustrated Baseballrelated.com Actual Results AL East 1. Tampa Bay Rays (95-67) […]
The notes about this site at the beginning of the 2013 predictions post are still applicable.
Once again, Sports Illustrated has picked the Rays to win the AL East. Noooo, that’s the kiss of death!
Their World Series matchup is A’s vs. Nationals, with the Nationals winning. I’ll believe it when I see it.
As if you needed another reminder of how surprising the Red Sox’s 2013 season was.
Sports Illustrated Baseballrelated.com Actual Results AL East 1. Tampa Bay Rays (92-70) 1. N.Y. Yankees (96-66) 1. Boston Red Sox (97-65) 2. Toronto Blue Jays (91-71) 2. Tampa Bay Rays (90-72) 2. Tampa Bay Rays (92-71) 3. N.Y. Yankees (82-80) […]
Before I get to the predictions, a few updates and reminders about this site:
For long-form blogging from Levi, look to I’ve Been Reading Lately, where he expounds about the books he reads. Levi also tweets at @levistahl on occasion — and sometimes he even mentions baseball. I tweet at @trainman74, more frequently than Levi […]
Still alive. As usual, to remind you of what happened last year, here are our mathematics-based predictions and Sports Illustrated’s expertise-based predictions compared to the actual results of the 2012 MLB season. Very obvious that the Orioles and the Nationals beat expectations (and the Red Sox did…not). If it’s possible to be proud of my […]
First of all, I’d say the Cardinals have found their replacement for Albert Pujols!
I’m currently out of work, which would have allowed me to sit in front of the TV on Opening Day and live-tweet, as I did in some past years (even before Twitter was invented) — but instead, I’m going to […]
And here’s what has become the entire raison d’être of this site’s existence, in which we compare the Sports Illustrated projections and our own mathematical formula projections with the actual results.
As you can see, neither we nor SI predicted the Diamondbacks doing as well as they did, nor the Twins doing so poorly. Please […]
Oh, it’s this thing again. The Sports Illustrated picks, and our ridiculous mathematical picks. SI didn’t include a Player to Watch feature this year, which is good, because it means I don’t have to write 30 stupid jokes about baseball players’ names.
Actually, I do have one legitimate Player to Watch: Evan Longoria, now that […]
Once again, it’s time to look back and see how two entities did with their predictions for the 2010 season: Sports Illustrated, with their decades of baseball expertise, and this website, with a simple formula I have from an old Bill James Abstract and a deep desire to make fun of baseball players’ names.