Attention baseball fans: Sony ruins season with predictions
You know how people like to run Madden games to see who will win the Super Bowl? Well, Sony has gone one step further and decided to send me an e-mail predicting how the entire 2007 MLB season will pan out via their latest game MLB 07 The Show. Check out what the future will be and see if you disagree (there's gotta be some sports fans here, you can't all be nerds, can you?).
Barry Bonds will not break the homerun record in 2007; coming up two shy
Milwaukee wins Central - 86 wins and 76 losses
Padres win the West - 102 wins vs. 60 loses
Phillies win the East - 88 wins and 74 losses
Mets will take the Wild Card - 87 wins and 75 loses
Angels win the West - 98 wins and 64 losses
Indians win the Central - 85 wins and 77 losses
Yankees win the East - 103 wins and 59 losses
Red Sox take the wild card - 91 wins and 71 losses
More dream crushing after the jump.
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The full outlook:
MVP - A.Soriano, Chicago Cubs: Ave .310; HR 45; RBI 132; H 185; R 113; SLG .636
Silver Slugger and Hank Aaron Award: Lance Berkman, Houston Astros: Ave .328; HR 40; RBI 109; H 187; R 117; SLG .633
Rookie of the Year: Scott Thorman, Atlanta Braves: Ave .258; HR 24; RBI 71; H 114, R 48; SLG .453
CY Young; Roy Oswalt, Houston Astros: ERA 3.62; W 19; K 194; BB 57; WHIP 1.292
Rolaids Relief; Jason Isringhausen, St. Louis Cardinals: ERA 2.68, W 0; K 51, BB 23; Saves 50; WHIP 1.252
MVP – Justin Morneau, Minnesota Twins: Ave .322; HR 29; RBI 109; H 194; R 106; SLG .566
Silver Slugger - Grady Sizemore, Cleveland Indians: Ave .349; HR 27; RBI 92; H 206; R 118; SLG .607
Rookie of the Year - Delmon Young, Tampa Bay Devil Rays: Ave .303; HR 20; RBI 83; H 195; R 84; SLG .443
Hank Aaron Award - Grady Sizemore, Cleveland Indians: Ave .349; HR 27; RBI 92; H 206; R 118; SLG .607
CY Young - Chien-Ming Wang, New York Yankees: ERA 3.38; W 20; K 170; BB 73; WHIP 1.301
Rolaids Relief - MarianoRivera, New York Yankees: ERA 1.93; W 4, K 54, BB 16; Saves 44; WHIP 1.212
MLB 07 The Show
MLB 07 The Show has more than 500 hours of analysis from the entire 2006 MLB season; every pitch, every at-bat, every action in every inning for every game. Using that type of statistical data, MLB 07 The Show was able to come up with these predications and continues to raise the bar on what fans call the BEST baseball simulation available.
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