2017 MLB Projections
posted Apr 16 2017, 01:18AM
story by Chris Kapel
posted in MLB, Analysis

I know, I'm fashionably late to the show

Baseball’s season is long...too long. It’s like sitting in traffic while you have to take a dump long. Really it’s 5-10 minutes but seems like forever. Baseball plays 162 games over 6 months. Whew! Will we see a 20 game winner? Yes. 40 Hr? Yes. 20/20 guy? A few of them.

Over the season, many stars will rise and many will fall. One star who will shine more than expected is Carlos Gomez. He has had some baaadddd times lately, but he bounces back this year. Joey Votto is prime to win the batting title. Clayton Kershaw may have more than 1 no hitter in him this year, if he is healthy the whole season. Andrew Miller will change the way we look at bullpens and Aroldis Chapman will break his own record for the hardest thrown pitch in a game(Officially.) Two teams will lose 100+ games and no one will win 100+. A lot will happen this season and this is how I see the teams breaking it down…

Written on March 31st. Published on April 16th.   Whoops I forgot I wrote it on vacation. Happy reading

AL East

Boston Red Sox

Toronto Blue Jays

Baltimore Orioles

New York Yankees

Tampa Bay Rays

AL Central

Cleveland Indians

Detroit Tigers

Kansas City Royals

Chicago White Sox

Minnesota Twins

AL West

Houston Astros

Texas Rangers

Seattle Mariners

Los Angeles Angels

Oakland A’s

NL East

Washington Nationals

New York Mets

Miami Marlins

Philadelphia Phillies

Atlanta Braves

NL Central

Chicago Cubs

Pittsburgh Pirates

St. Louis Cardinals

Milwaukee Brewers

Cincinnati Reds

NL West

San Francisco Giants

Los Angeles Dodgers

Colorado Rockies

San Diego Padres

Arizona Diamondbacks

AL Playoffs




Wild Card





NL Playoffs



San Francisco

Los Angeles

New York



World Series

Washington beats Boston. 

Chris Kapel
I have a Bachelors Degree from the University of Toledo in Communications emphasis Journalism. Working on a Finance degree as well. You can never lear...

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