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 Post subject: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:33 am 
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Time to see who can predict the outcome of the upcoming season! Place your votes! :clap:

Imperial League

Seaboard
1.
2.
3.
4.

Dixie
1.
2.
3.
4.

Trans Atlantic
1.
2.
3.
4.


IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner:
Golden Arm Winner:
Wunderkind Winner:

Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Desert Hills
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Rising Sun
1.
2.
3.
4.

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner:
Golden Arm Winner:
Wunderkind Winner:

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
_____ over _____ in __ games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
_____ over _____ in __ games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
_____ over _____ in __ games
_____ over _____ in __ games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
_____ over _____ in __ games
_____ over _____ in __ games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: _____ over _____ in __ games
SL: _____ over _____ in __ games

PEC Winner
_____ over _____ in __ games


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-1 point for each postseason series winner correctly identified
-1 point for correctly guessing the number of games team advance a postseason series (do not need the losing team accurate)
-1 point for getting the PEC winner
-0.5 points for identifying an end of season award winner
Lowest score wins

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:29 pm 
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2028 predictions
Imperial League

Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam

Dixie
1. Kentucky
2. Florida
3. New Orleans
4. San Antonio

Trans Atlantic
1. Havana
2. San Juan
3. Scottish
4. London

IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: 3B Alejandro Lujún WV
Golden Arm Winner: SP Enrique Vázquez HAV
Wunderkind Winner: RF Claudio Hernandez HAV


Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Fargo
2. Crystal Lake
3. Canton
4. Duluth
5. Kalamazoo

Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Bakersfield
4. Yuma
5. Reno

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: RF Jerry Long SS
Golden Arm Winner: SP Yakamochi Suitani SS
Wunderkind Winner: SP Won-Taek Kim DUL


Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Hartford over Florida in 5 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Crystal Lake over Palm Springs in 5 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
West Virginia over Kentucky in 6 games
Havana over Hartford in 7 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Shin Seiki over Fargo in 7 games
Aurora over Crystal Lake in 7 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: West Virginia over Havana in 7 games
SL: Shin Seiki over Aurora in 7 games

PEC Winner
Shin Seiki over West Virginia in 7 games

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
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Another Season, another set of wildly wrong predictions??

2028 predictions
Imperial League

Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam
Despite Hartford's strong 2027, I think WV is the class of the division..

Dixie
1. Kentucky
2. Florida
3. New Orleans
4. San Antonio
The Trendies will be much better - but good enough tome FLA to third in... Forever??

Trans-Atlantic
1. Havana
2. Scottish
3. London
4. San Juan
Put the last three in a hat and guess... There was enough movement in the UK to give them an edge on San Juan...


IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: 3B Marcos Sanchez, KTY
Golden Arm Winner: SP Enrique Vázquez HAV
Wunderkind Winner: ???


Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Crystal Lake
2. Fargo
3. Duluth
4. Kalamazoo
5. Canton
Had Fargo to take second, then third, then back to second - I think Duluth's pitching injuries may be just the difference in the division's second spot...


Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Bakersfield
4. Reno
5. Yuma
Reno gets the nod over Yuma with a much improved Line-up - as long as ferrying doesn't pout - and they might even challenge Bakersfield... Losing Provost evens the field, but if our young bats we look to get involved hit like they did at AAA 2027, then we should be good...

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama
For the unforeseeable future, no change at the top...

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: 'Big Whiskey'
Golden Arm Winner: SP Yakamochi Suitani SS - He has something to prove - but so does 'Tugboat'...
Wunderkind Winner: 1B Jose Torres


Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Florida over Hartford in 5 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Okinawa over Fargo in 4 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
West Virginia over Florida in 6 games
Kentucky over Havana in 7 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Shin Seiki over Okinawa in 6 games
Aurora over Crystal Lake in 5 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Kentucky over West Virginia in 6 games
SL: Aurora over Shin Seiki in 7 games

PEC Winner
Aurora over Kentucky in 6 games

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:10 pm 
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Imperial League

Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam

WV is just the dominant team in this division. Hartford will fight for a wild card.

Dixie
1. New Orleans
2. Florida
3. Kentucky
4. San Antonio

New Orleans blows through the Dixie like a Hurricane this season barring any injuries. Florida and Kentucky will fight out for a wild card in this 3 way division race going down to the wire.

Trans Atlantic
1. Havana
2. Scottish
3. San Juan
4. London

Havana is just too good, but the division will be more competitive this season with the Scottish most improved.

IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Alejandro Lujan
Golden Arm Winner: Enrique Valasquez
Wunderkind Winner: Claudio Hernandez

Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Crystal Lake
2. Fargo
3. Duluth
4. Canton
5. Kalamazoo

Spring Injuries to Division rivals will help CL take back the Division crown. Fargo will get the wild card in a tight race that will come down to September.

Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Reno
4. Bakersfield
5. Yuma

Aurora is Aurora. Denny's GM experience will get Palm Springs the wild card.

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama

Kevin's team is staked this year again with some bold moves. Shin Seiki gets the first seed.

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Clarence Carpenter
Golden Arm Winner: Jim MacCowan (Nitro becomes a star this season)
Wunderkind Winner: Won-taek Kim

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Florida over Hartford in 6 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Fargo over Palm Springs in 4 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Florida over West Virginia in 7 games
New Orleans over Havana in 4 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Aurora over Fargo in 5 games
Crystal Lake over Shin Seiki in 7 games (slug fest)

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Florida over New Orleans in 7 games
SL: Crystal Lake over Aurora in 7 games (nail biter)

PEC Winner
Crystal Lake over Florida in 7 games (revenge for 2025 is ours - Ray Kimball gets his second ring with a walk off HR)

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:49 pm 
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Imperial League

Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam

Dixie
1. Kentucky
2. New Orleans
3. Florida
4. San Antonio

Trans Atlantic
1. Havana
2. Scottish
3. London
4. San Juan


IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Alejandro Lujan, WV
Golden Arm Winner: Enrique Vazquez, HAV
Wunderkind Winner: Claudio Hernandez, HAV

Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Crystal Lake
2. Fargo
3. Canton
4. Duluth
5. Kalamazoo

Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Reno
4. Bakersfield
5. Yuma

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Clarence Carpenter, OKA
Golden Arm Winner: Randy Smith, AUR
Wunderkind Winner: Steve Boyer, REN

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Hartford over New Orleans in 4 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Okinawa over Fargo in 5 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
West Virginia over Hartford in 6 games
Havana over Kentucky in 7 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Shin Seiki over Fargo in 5 games
Crystal Lake over Aurora in 7 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Havana over West Virginia in 6 games
SL: Shin Seiki over Crystal Lake in 6 games

PEC Winner
Shin Seiki over Havana in 6 games

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:49 am 
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The always prescient GM of Yuma, with help from the nurses and orderlies at Camarillo State Hospital and the hospital Ouija Board, predicts the following for 2028. (We tried to make selections for individual player awards, but the debate got heated, food was thrown, an orderly smacked a patient, and security had to be called.)

Imperial League

Seaboard
1. Arlington
2. Amsterdam
3. Hartford
4. West Virginia

Dixie
1. San Antonio
2. New Orleans
3. Kentucky
4. Florida

Trans Atlantic
1. London
2. Scotland
3. San Juan
4. Havana


Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Kalamazoo
2. Fargo
3. Duluth
4. Canton
5. Crystal Lake

Desert Hills
1. Reno
2. Palm Springs
3. Yuma
4. Bakersfield
5. Aurora

Rising Sun
1. Toyama
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Shin Seiki


Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Scotland over Amsterdam in 3 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Palm Springs over Yuma in 5 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
London over San Antonio in 6 games
Scotland over Arlington in 5 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Palm Springs over Toyama in 4 games
Reno over Kalamazoo in 6 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Scotland over London in 7 games
SL: Reno over Palm Springs in 8 games (Game 7 ends in tie after 23 innings, curfew law in Palm Springs invoked.)

PEC Winner
Scotland over Reno in 3 games (Scotland leading series 3-0 when Reno must forfeit game 4, in Reno, when the Truckee River floods downtown, including the stadium)

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:43 pm 
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Imperial League
Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam

Dixie
1. Florida
2. Kentucky
3. San Antonio
4. New Orleans

Trans Atlantic
1. Havana
2. Scottish
3. San Juan
4. London


IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner:
Golden Arm Winner:
Wunderkind Winner:

Sovereign League
Great Lakes
1. Crystal Lake
2. Duluth
3. Fargo
4. Canton
5. Kalamazoo

Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Bakersfield
4. Reno
5. Yuma

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner:
Golden Arm Winner:
Wunderkind Winner:

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Hartford over Kentucky in 4 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Okinawa over Duluth in 3 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
West Virginia over Harford in 7 games
Havana over Florida in 6 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Aurora over Okinawa in 6 games
Shin Seiki over Crystal Lake in 4 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: West Virginia over Havana in 5 games
SL: Shin Seiki over Aurora in 6 games

PEC Winner
West Virginia over Shin Seiki in 6 games

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:22 pm 
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Seaboard
1. West Virginia
2. Hartford
3. Arlington
4. Amsterdam

Dixie
1. Florida
2. Kentucky
3. New Orleans
4. San Antonio

Trans Atlantic
1. Havana
2. London
3. San Juan
4. Scottish


IL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Danny 'Hitman' Burton
Golden Arm Winner: Enrique 'Old Nick' Vazquez
Wunderkind Winner: Ricardo 'Ogre' Mateo

Sovereign League
Great Lakes
1. Crystal Lake
2. Duluth
3. Fargo
4. Canton
5. Kalamazoo

Desert Hills
1. Aurora
2. Palm Springs
3. Reno
4. Bakersfield
5. Yuma

Rising Sun
1. Shin Seiki
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Toyama

SL Awards Winners
Royal Raker Winner: Don 'Jasper' Mercer
Golden Arm Winner: Motoyuki Hatsutori
Wunderkind Winner: Masakazu 'Badger' Nishimura

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Kentucky over Hartford in 5 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Duluth over Okinawa in 4 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
West Virginia over Harford in 4 games
Havana over Florida in 7 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Aurora over Okinawa in 6 games
Shin Seiki over Crystal Lake in 6 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: West Virginia over Havana in 5 games
SL: Shin Seiki over Aurora in 4 games

PEC Winner
Shin Seiki over West Virginia in 7 games

The reign of Shin Seiki will have officially begun at the conclusion of the season! I'm predicting I win Dixie but that's largely because I recently read The Secret and I'm trying to visualize success...

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
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Bulldozers wrote:
The always prescient GM of Yuma, with help from the nurses and orderlies at Camarillo State Hospital and the hospital Ouija Board, predicts the following for 2028. (We tried to make selections for individual player awards, but the debate got heated, food was thrown, an orderly smacked a patient, and security had to be called.)



Desert Hills
1. Reno
2. Palm Springs
3. Yuma
4. Bakersfield
5. Aurora

Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Scotland over Amsterdam in 3 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Palm Springs over Yuma in 5 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
London over San Antonio in 6 games
Scotland over Arlington in 5 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Palm Springs over Toyama in 4 games
Reno over Kalamazoo in 6 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Scotland over London in 7 games
SL: Reno over Palm Springs in 8 games (Game 7 ends in tie after 23 innings, curfew law in Palm Springs invoked.)

PEC Winner
Scotland over Reno in 3 games (Scotland leading series 3-0 when Reno must forfeit game 4, in Reno, when the Truckee River floods downtown, including the stadium)


Bob you are the man! Were you drinking Yuma Water when you wrote this?

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
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Featherheads wrote:
I'm predicting I win Dixie but that's largely because I recently read The Secret and I'm trying to visualize success...

Yeah... I try that visualization stuff, but it never works for me - I always get a bad connection...

I always love Bob's straight from the pharmacy predictions!!!

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 3:52 pm 
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Bob's predictions were clearly the most correct ones. If you're consulting the Ouija I can't see how it could be wrong.

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:30 pm 
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Colorado River water can explain a lot of things, guys, but not my scientific method of making predictions. I base all of it on a simple formula I developed years ago, back when the defunct MLB was still hurtling towards its demise, and it has never failed. It's been a secret for these many years, but in the spirit of openness and competitive balance, I will share it with you all now. One caveat: never use this formula when money is involved. For reasons far too subtle to go into here, the formula doesn't work with monied bets.

BOB'S COMPLETELY PSYCHEDELIC-FREE FORMULA

Where A = alphabetical order of team name
and B = team's standing in previous season
and C = team's standing two years ago
and D = team's projected standing, according to OOTP
and E = distance of team's home stadium from Colorado River
and F = number of trades team engaged in with Yuma Bulldozers over past 3 seasons

F (A + B - C) / (D + E) x √0 = Predicted finish in current year

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
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Bulldozers wrote:
F (A + B - C) / (D + E) x √0 = Predicted finish in current year

Oh, my lord, it all makes perfect sense now!! Universal expansion, global politics, Yuma baseball... I feel so... enlightened!! I'm seeing the world through a whole new tractor yellow lense!!

Thank You Obi Wan A Bobby - you've brought me Hope!!!

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 Post subject: Re: 2028 Predictions
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Borealis wrote:
Bulldozers wrote:
F (A + B - C) / (D + E) x √0 = Predicted finish in current year

Oh, my lord, it all makes perfect sense now!! Universal expansion, global politics, Yuma baseball... I feel so... enlightened!! I'm seeing the world through a whole new tractor yellow lense!!

Thank You Obi Wan A Bobby - you've brought me Hope!!!

Hope is the drug of delusions. Don't drink too much.

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Bulldozers wrote:
The always prescient GM of Yuma, with help from the nurses and orderlies at Camarillo State Hospital and the hospital Ouija Board, predicts the following for 2028. (We tried to make selections for individual player awards, but the debate got heated, food was thrown, an orderly smacked a patient, and security had to be called.)

Imperial League

Seaboard
1. Arlington
2. Amsterdam
3. Hartford
4. West Virginia

Dixie
1. San Antonio
2. New Orleans
3. Kentucky
4. Florida

Trans Atlantic
1. London
2. Scotland
3. San Juan
4. Havana


Sovereign League

Great Lakes
1. Kalamazoo
2. Fargo
3. Duluth
4. Canton
5. Crystal Lake

Desert Hills
1. Reno
2. Palm Springs
3. Yuma
4. Bakersfield
5. Aurora

Rising Sun
1. Toyama
2. Okinawa
3. Neo-Tokyo
4. Shin Seiki


Postseason

IL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Scotland over Amsterdam in 3 games

SL Wild Card Winner - Top 3 seeds get a bye
Palm Springs over Yuma in 5 games

IL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
London over San Antonio in 6 games
Scotland over Arlington in 5 games

SL Division Series Winners - Top 3 seeds vs. Wild Card winner
Palm Springs over Toyama in 4 games
Reno over Kalamazoo in 6 games

League Championship Series Winners
IL: Scotland over London in 7 games
SL: Reno over Palm Springs in 8 games (Game 7 ends in tie after 23 innings, curfew law in Palm Springs invoked.)

PEC Winner
Scotland over Reno in 3 games (Scotland leading series 3-0 when Reno must forfeit game 4, in Reno, when the Truckee River floods downtown, including the stadium)



These are the kinds of insights that good rum combined with psychotropic drugs can yield. Totally baseless, of course, but why would you care when you can no longer feel your lips?

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