Thursday, February 7, 2008

Hmm...

Baseball Prospectus' PECOTA projections came out today, and the Yankees are projected to win the AL East with a 103-59 record, with the Red Sox two games back at 101-61. Now, these projections are in an ideal season, and no season is ever ideal. Also, it is highly unlikely that two teams in the same division win over 100 games, but PECOTA is still a valid projection system, so this does mean something.

2 comments:

Ross said...

Where did you find the predicted records? I can only find the spreadsheet with the PECOTA player line predictions...

Nate said...

River Ave Blues linked to someone who figured it out.