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02-12-2013, 11:08 PM
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I think by the years end, there will be alot of angry Jays fans.

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02-12-2013, 11:54 PM
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Yeah, I have a hard time believing the Red Sox win 86, the Braves win 82 and the Astros don't lose at least 105. Could easily see the Astros at 110-115 losses.

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Yeah, I have a hard time believing the Red Sox win 86, the Braves win 82 and the Astros don't lose at least 105. Could easily see the Astros at 110-115 losses.
I don't see the Red Sox not losing 90 games this year. They are pretty bad. Astros are the worst team since the '03 tiggers.

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What Red Sox do have is a bunch of players who could rebound. Guys like Ellsbury, Lester, Buchholz and Bailey. Ellsbury had an MVP type season couple years ago. He was a huge loss for them last season. I can see them hanging around .500.

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It will be nice to see the Astros move into the AL West.

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The Astros will be a dumpster fire. The 62 Mets should be in range, 120 loses.

As for the AL east. Yes, I can see the Sox winning 80 games....and that's about it. ONLY if ALL the players on the roster come back and Lackey is surgically enhanced by the doctor in the movie 'Rookie of the Year.'

I can't figure out the O's they had a fantastical record but statistically they are at best....confusing.

If the Jays don't win 90 games it's a disappointment.

Now, how do the Yankees win the division? Jeter should no where be the player he was last yr. A-Rod will be on the DL for a half a yr. I don't know. I just don't know.

Frankly, I think a lot of these 'Projections' bent towards the Sox and Yanks assuming that they will make a mid-year trade.

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red sox are a .500 team.

i don't think the al east winner wins 90 games.

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ZIPS, a much more accurate numerical system, has the Jays slightly ahead of the Yankees at 93 or 94 wins.

U mad, Martini?

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i don't think the al east winner wins 90 games.
It's distinctly within the realm of possibility.

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Frankly, I think a lot of these 'Projections' bent towards the Sox and Yanks assuming that they will make a mid-year trade.
Nice scare quotes, chief. You do understand this is a computer program, right?

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The Cubs projections are awful.

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Nice scare quotes, chief. You do understand this is a computer program, right?

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The Cubs projections are awful.

Agree. 77 wins are a reach. Especially if they end up trading Garza at some point.

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