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2016 Bold Predictions Final Update

The Cubs won the World Series. That alone should make anyone think twice about trying to predict this game, but as with every year, we made some bold predictions prior to the season. We checked in on them at the … Continue reading

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Bold Predictions Update

As is our tradition, the All-Star Break is a good time to look back at our preseason bold predictions. Most of them are still in the “too early to tell” phase as they were made with the whole season in … Continue reading

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2016 Bold Predictions

Welcome back, everyone, to another Opening Day. You might be wondering why You Can’t Predict Baseball attempts to do just that, but this has become a tradition around these parts, and believe it or not, this is our sixth iteration … Continue reading

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2015 Bold Predictions Final Update

Hello, all! As is the case every year, we here at YCPB made some bold predictions before the 2015 season, which you can see right here. We checked in on our bold predictions during the All-Star Break, but now it’s … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup, 08/24/15-08/30/15

Today, Stephen Drew went 4-for-4 with two walks, raising his batting average above .200. – Not to be outdone, relief pitcher Branden Pinder hit an RBI double. – Pinder is only the second AL reliever to get a hit this … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup, 08/10/15-08/16/15

On Tuesday night, all fifteen home teams won. – This is the first time all fifteen home teams have won on one day in major league history. Congratulations to Matt Kemp on his cycle. – Not only did Kemp get … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup 08/03/2015-08/09/2015

Lance McCullers, who allowed 21 earned runs over his first thirteen starts, gave up seven runs (six earned) in just 0.1 innings against Texas on Monday. On August 4th, the New York Mets gained sole possession of first place in … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup, 07/27/15-08/02/15

This week, Lucas Duda homered off brothers Tyson and Joe Ross. – He also hit nine home runs in eight games. – It’s August 2, and the Mets are tied for first place. Curt Casali of the Rays had two … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup, 07/20/15-07/26/15

Congratulations to Cole Hamels on his no-hitter. – Of course, it came against the Cubs, who had the longest streak in baseball of not being no-hit going back to 1965. Actually, since the All-Star Break, the Phillies have the best … Continue reading

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Bold Predictions Update

With two full days off before baseball starts up again on Friday, we figured it was a good time to check back in on our fifth annual preseason bold predictions. As always, they were made with the whole year in … Continue reading

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