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Fan Graphs projects the 2014 standings

Mar 18, 2014, 2:44 PM EDT

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I don’t want to spoil too much of the surprise, because everyone should click on the link and check out the data themselves, but Fan Graphs has crunched the numbers to come up with their projected 2014 standings for each division:

Fan Graphs Projected Standings

As a Twins fan I’m sad to report that they’re pretty sure it’ll be another miserable season in Minnesota, and it’s tough for me to disagree. Also: People in California should be pretty happy, generally, and people in Chicago should be pretty sad, generally.

  1. perryt200 - Mar 19, 2014 at 1:36 AM

    Well I guess these guys are a lot smarter than I am. The Cards are so deep the position charts are about endless but saying they are gonna win the NL Central is a good call.

  2. doctornature - Mar 19, 2014 at 10:57 AM

    Anybody great at projections, or think they are, get to Vegas, make your picks. Scan and show us your bets. Easy way to prove you are the expert.

    I sat next to a so-called expert in a Sports Book during a Super Bowl, who by the 4th quarter was plum-face, standing and screaming at the refs on the Big Screen TV, “Fix…this F’n game is FIXED!”

    He had bet his house on the game, and he was down 30 points against the spread with 3 minutes to play.

    That’s how they build Billion Dollar Resorts…letting the ‘experts’ put their money where their mouth is.

    Everybody is an ‘expert’ at predictions….until they try to prove it. If you could predict the future…in anything…you would not be here arguing online. You would be on the phone with people paying you millions for your predictions.

    So good luck everybody arguing about predictions.

    I will watch the games. It is why they are played. If we knew the winner, there would be no reason to watch.

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