2018 Season Predictions: Corey



  1. New York Yankees
  2. Boston Red Sox*
  3. Toronto Blue Jays
  4. Baltimore Orioles
  5. Tampa Bay Rays


  1. Cleveland Indians
  2. Minnesota Twins*
  3. Chicago White Sox
  4. Detroit Tigers
  5. Kansas City Royals


  1. Houston Astros
  2. Seattle Mariners
  3. Los Angeles Angels
  4. Texas Rangers
  5. Oakland Athletics



  1. Washington Nationals
  2. Philadelphia Phillies*
  3. Atlanta Braves
  4. New York Mets
  5. Miami Marlins


  1. Chicago Cubs
  2. St. Louis Cardinals
  3. Milwaukee Brewers
  4. Pittsburgh Pirates
  5. Cincinnati Reds


  1. Los Angeles Dodgers
  2. Arizona Diamondbacks*
  3. San Francisco Giants
  4. Colorado Rockies
  5. San Diego Padres

*Denotes Wild Card teams


Wild Card Games:

Red Sox over Twins

Diamondbacks over Phillies

Division Series:

Yankees over Indians

Astros over Red Sox

Nationals over Diamondbacks

Cubs over Dodgers


Astros over Yankees

Nationals over Cubs

World Series:

Houston Astros over Washington Nationals



  1. Mike Trout
  2. Carlos Correa
  3. Mookie Betts


  1. Yasiel Puig
  2. Kris Bryant
  3. Bryce Harper

AL Cy Young

  1. Luis Severino
  2. Justin Verlander
  3. Corey Kluber

NL Cy Young

  1. Stephen Strasburg
  2. Noah Syndergaard
  3. Max Scherzer

AL Rookie of the Year

  1. Francisco Mejia
  2. Willie Calhoun
  3. Shohei Ohtani

NL Rookie of the Year

  1. Ronald Acuna
  2. Lewis Brinson
  3. Scott Kingery

AL Bold Predictions

  1. Yoan Moncada puts up a 20/40 season and scores 100 runs atop the White Sox lineup.
  2. JD Davis leads the Astros in HRs with 32.
  3. Mike Trout hits 50 HRs to lead the MLB.
  4. Oakland’s trio of Khris Davis, Matt Chapman and Matt Olson out homer the Yanks Judge, Stanton and Sanchez.
  5. Mookie Betts rebounds to MVP form and increases his AVG by 60 points from last year

NL Bold Predictions

  1. Yasiel Puig keeps it together all year and wins the MVP
  2. Braves youngsters Albies and Acuna each put up 20/20 seasons
  3. Maybe not overly bold but Strasburg and Scherzer go 1-2 in the NL in both ERA and Ks
  4. Scott Kingery leads the Phillies in HRs and SBs
  5. Taijuan Walker posts a 2.99 ERA and Ks 200.