Alive!

By Jason Wojciechowski on April 2, 2005 at 12:36 AM

Long time since last post. Still alive. Season starts soon. Working on fun play-by-play stats project that should be updated day-by-day in 2005 season. Want to have 2004 stats up, but unlikely to get done before beginning of season. Also considering mild redesign to reflect additions that aren't quite blog-like - perhaps tabs across top for different sections of site. Will see.

To justify existence, here are predictions from BP Predictatron contest:

American League East Baltimore Orioles 87 - 75 Boston Red Sox 98 - 64 (Division) New York Yankees 97 - 65 (Wild Card) Tampa Bay Devil Rays 66 - 96 Toronto Blue Jays 81 - 81 American League Central Chicago White Sox 85 - 77 Cleveland Indians 81 - 81 Detroit Tigers 73 - 89 Kansas City Royals 72 - 90 Minnesota Twins 88 - 74 (Division) American League West Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 91 - 71 (Division) Oakland Athletics 89 - 73 Seattle Mariners 70 - 92 Texas Rangers 75 - 87 National League East Atlanta Braves 92 - 70 (Division) Florida Marlins 84 - 78 New York Mets 78 - 84 Philadelphia Phillies 91 - 71 Washington Nationals 69 - 93 National League Central Chicago Cubs 83 - 79 Cincinnati Reds 70 - 92 Houston Astros 92 - 70 (Wild Card) Milwaukee Brewers 78 - 84 Pittsburgh Pirates 62 - 100 St. Louis Cardinals 95 - 67 (Division) National League West Arizona Diamondbacks 69 - 93 Colorado Rockies 71 - 91 Los Angeles Dodgers 89 - 73 (Division) San Diego Padres 84 - 78 San Francisco Giants 70 - 92

PLAYOFFS:

American League Division Series: Boston Red Sox over Minnesota Twins in 4 games New York Yankees over Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 3 games

National League Division Series: Los Angeles Dodgers over St. Louis Cardinals in 5 games Atlanta Braves over Houston Astros in 5 games

American League Championship Series: New York Yankees over Boston Red Sox in 7 games

National League Championship Series: Los Angeles Dodgers over Atlanta Braves in 6 games

World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers over New York Yankees in 6 games

Mostly somewhat boring and lame, but there they are. See no reason why playoff picture from last year should have changed.

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