At the beginning of the year, we had our predictions. I thought I'd look at them here.
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We all made some mistakes, that's for sure.
Berselius: In the NL, he was probably the best of all 7. The only real miss was the Nationals in the East, and all 7 of us had them in the playoffs. In the East, he fell for the Jays and Angels "traps," but 5 of the 7 of us had those two teams in the playoffs. Unfortunately, his whole WS is cooked: Nats/Angels.
dmick89: Nationals and Giants bit him, just like they bit 4 others. In the AL, he was the best, nailing 4 of the 5 teams and missing only on the Jays, a team 6 of the 7 pundits had also. His WS prediction looks not only feasible, but likely, as well.
AndCounting: In the NL, he was bit by the same teams dmick was. He had a rough go of the AL, though did predict the Athletics to win their division. The Royals/Nationals WS probably isn't happening.
josh: Josh went on quite the limb with the Brewers WINNING THE WORLD SERIES. That didn't work out too well, though he had a strong performance in the AL.
GW: GW might have had the best performance in the NL, even better than Berselius! He nailed all 3 division winners (probably – the Central is still a race), and the Nationals were the only miss. In the AL, he picked the Jays and Angels, as many teams did. Tigers/Dodgers is a pretty likely WS, also.
Myles: I was pretty poor in the NL, with the Giants going to the World Series and the Nats winning their division. I also lost on the Jays and Angels. However, I think the Rays are the best team in baseball right now, and had them winning it all. I'm fairly confident that they have the best odds at this point.
Aisle424: His 4 misses were the consensus misses. Nationals probably aren't winning the WS, but the Tigers could definitely still get there.