Casey’s Statistical Follow-up Series: CTBPod’s 2015 prediction recap

Source: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images
Source: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

By Casey Boguslaw

For part four and the final part of my statistical series, I went with something less “statistical” and something more fun. I took a look at the CTBPod staff’s 2015 predictions just so we can all eat some crow. Without further ado…

 

Ollie

Darren Edward Adam

Casey

AL East

Red Sox

Orioles Orioles Blue Jays

Red Sox

AL Central

Tigers

White Sox Indians Indians

White Sox

AL West

Mariners

Mariners Mariners Angels

As

Wildcard

Angels

Royals    

Indians

Wildcard

Indians

Red Sox    

Mariners

NL East

Nationals

Nationals Nationals Nationals

Nationals

NL Central

Cardinals

Pirates Cardinals Pirates

Cardinals

NL West

Dodgers

Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers

Dodgers

Wildcard

Cubs

Cardinals

   

Cubs

Wildcard

Pirates

Marlins

   

Pirates

AL Champ

Mariners

Mariners Mariners Mariners

As

NL Champ

Nationals

Pirates Nationals Pirates

Dodgers

World Series Champ

Nationals

Pirates Mariners Pirates

Dodgers

AL MVP

Abreu

Bautista Abreu Trout

Abreu

NL MVP

Stanton

Rizzo Puig McCutchen

Puig

AL ROTY

Castillo

Norris Walker Rodon

Rodon

NL ROTY

Bryant

Pederson Bryant Bradley

Bryant

AL Cy

Felix

Gray Price Sale

Felix

NL Cy

Zimmerman

Bumgarner Strasburg Kershaw

Scherzer

AL MOTY        

Melvin

NL MOTY        

Williams

AL CPOTY        

Fielder

NL CPOTY        

Harvey

 

Well, that’s a lot of strikethroughs as we were not very accurate with our picks. I had to throw in my Comeback Player of the Year predictions so I can break the tie with Ollie for most correct. Ollie and I only got the picks correct that we agreed with.

The funniest pick probably goes to myself as I was very Athletic-hopeful as I chose them to make the World Series and for Bob Melvin to win manager of the year. Oh well, I still claim bad luck played a huge part in me being incorrect there!

We are hoping we can be more accurate with our predictions next year and our new writers do not have much pressure in doing much better than we were last year. We can’t wait for baseball!

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