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Weekly Roundup 04/20/15-04/26/15

After an 11-game winning streak, the Mets had sole possession of the best record in baseball. – How do you win eleven in a row? With Bartolo Colon doing things like this: I love how a sprinting Bartolo just appears … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup, 04/13/15-04/19/15

As you may have heard, Jon Lester hasn’t so much as attempted a pick-off throw in a while. As in, since April. 2013. – On Monday, he attempted a pick-off for the first time since then. – The results were… … Continue reading

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Opening Week Round-up, 04/05/15-04/11/15

Happy Opening Week! -The Mets have the best Opening Day record in all MLB, despite never winning an Opening Day game until 1970. In the opening game of 2015, Jon Lester only recorded 13 outs for the Cubs. – It’s … Continue reading

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New Season, New Style

Welcome back, folks! With Opening Day finally upon us, we figured we’d bring you up to speed on some changes that are afoot here at YCPB. This is our sixth (!) season bringing you the best of the wackiness from … Continue reading

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2015 Bold Predictions

Hello, all! It’s the best time of the year – the beginning of baseball season! And with the start of baseball season comes a deluge of predictions. As always, we aren’t sure why a site called You Can’t Predict Baseball … Continue reading

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Wild Card Game Roundups

We all know what happened in A’s/Royals, so we won’t attempt to recap, just run through the wacky facts of it all. And oh, there were so very many: – When James Shields was pulled, he had just 88 pitches. … Continue reading

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2014 Bold Predictions – The Results

In what has become a tradition at YCPB, we make bold predictions before the season begins every year – because what’s more unpredictable than a blog called You Can’t Predict Baseball trying to, well, predict baseball? You can find our … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/28/14

Entering the final day of the season, there were still three races with one-game playoff potential. – Unfortunately, none of those scenarios came to pass, as Detroit clinched the AL Central, Pittsburgh lost (clinching the NL Central for St. Louis), … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/27/14

Francisco Liriano scored a run. Nelson Cruz tripled. – It’s actually his second triple of the season. Ramon Santiago hit a walk-off grand slam: Samuel Deduno doubled for his first Major League hit. – It’s the first double for an … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/26/14

The Royals are going to the playoffs! – It’s the first time the Royals have made the playoffs since 1985. – It’s the first time ever that the Royals and Pirates have made the postseason the same year. — Via … Continue reading

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