BP’s writing and editing staff look into their collective crystal ball to predict the 2017 season.
You’ll need to use your imagination.
Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer, and Dusty Baker will try to get the Nationals past the NLDS.
The defending American League champs look every bit as strong, thanks largely to Francona, Miller, and Allen.
Vin Scully is retired, but the Dodgers have Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, and all kinds of PECOTA love.
What will we remember about a team built specifically not to be remembered?
Projections? Where we’re going, we don’t need projections.
Minnesota has a new front office and a friendly PECOTA projection, but are Buxton and Sano ready to be stars?
Will the Giants’ few offseason acquisitions be enough to net another title in 2017?
Mike Hazen and his band of ex-Red Sox will look to rescue the Diamondbacks’ front office.
Bad draft luck may have delayed the Phillies’ rebuild, but they’re close to putting things together.
Devil Magic, against the wind.
It’s never enough.
Flip that coin again.
For every Scott Feldman, there is a Joey Votto. And lots of running.
Jerry, Jesus, and Jim.