Yankee magic is universal, as it turns out.
All the stats about the 32 prediction contest ballots.
What if you let cats predict the season?
None of which will be proven wrong.
We all missed on last year’s Orioles and A’s, so we’re determined to see the next similar surprise team coming. But are we sure that one will?
You can’t predict baseball, no matter how high-ranking you are.
Ben and Sam discuss the decisions the Angels are about to make concerning Dan Haren and Ervin Santana and talk about what their 2013 rotation will look like, then predict 2013’s division/World Series winners and last-place teams.
What every team predicted about itself before this season, and whether those predictions came true.
Ben and Sam join/are joined by Carson Cistulli of FanGraphs for a longest-ever episode about the worst predictions teams and players made about themselves, Bryce Harper’s historical significance, and the baseball players who led the league in our hearts in 2012. We talked for almost an hour, so adjust your commutes accordingly.
The Angels signed the best free-agent hitter and pitcher available, added the best rookie ever, and still missed the playoffs. Was it anyone’s fault?
Can rational fans pull for fluky teams, or are we bound to support good process over unpredictability?
Ben and Sam discuss the Tigers’ predictably bad defense and the unpredictably bad Brandon Wood.
How are our 20 Questions predictions looking after the first two months of the season?
BP staff take sides on the important issues of 2012.
As I explained last week, we asked the attendees at each Pizza Feed to predict the results of the divisional races this year, along with the World Series winner, major award winners, managerial firings, etc. This week, we’ll take a look at the American League divisional races.