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Readers' Thread: Prediction Time

March 24, 2024

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Ok readers. Have some fun here. Make your predictions.


What place will the Yankees finish in? Who will play the most games for the Yankees? Who will lead the team in home runs? Which pitcher will lead the team in wins? What player will they acquire during the season? Will the Yankees win the World Series?


Enjoy!

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16 comments

16 Comments


howlandm
Mar 24

If spring training games are any indication of how the regular season will play out, we will be the most rested team in mlb.

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jeff
Mar 24

I don't really like making predictions because ANYTHING can happen over the course of a 162 game season. There are way too many conditions that can cause predictions not to happen, because predictions are based on the team ON PAPER and not on other circumstances that will occur that will effect the play of specific players and the entire team in general. Nonetheless, I will take a stab at this:


1.) Yankees in 1st place. Offense is FAR SUPERIOR to any other AL East team.


2) Juan Soto leads the team in GP, RBI & BB, second in GP will be Anthony Volpe.


3) Aaron Judge leads in HR. Giancarlo Stanton, a very close 2nd best in HR.

(Stanton could…


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fuster
Mar 25
Replying to

VERY much agree


the Yankees not only had the edge in pitching,

but still have it.


but Baltimore tanked their way to a heckova lot of good position players

they have a fine offense and it's going to remain fine for several seasons.


should new ownership spend big bucks, it's gonna got real interesting

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jjw49
Mar 24

Yankee pitching will not hold up and injuries along with BP falling apart late in season will result in a 3rd place finish. 88-89 wins. Soto will have a monster year and Judge will lead Yankees in HR 42.

Volpe and Soto play in most games. Yankees will get into playoffs as WC but will not get to WS.

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lenjack
Mar 24

Hard to say. If Judge and Cole--and Rizzo--are at full strengh, 1st place, 98 wins. If the worst happens to these guys, 80-82, last place.

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fuster
Mar 24
Replying to

yup.


if the big donkeys can pull the wagon, it's gonna roll easy


if they're hobbled, the trail will get awfully bumpy

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cpogo0502
Mar 24

Let me just say, this will be an 85 win team as injuries pile up owing to the Yankees aging players. Judge, LeMahieu, Cole, Rizzo, Trevino, and Stroman, all 5'8" of him.

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