April 1, 2007

Predictions And Projections X

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Last one, I promise!

The folks at Yanks Fan/Sox Fan have uploaded their picks. (Two other blogs that follow both teams: Sox and Pinstripes and 3,079 Miles to Fenway, 3,448 miles to Yankee Stadium.)

Robin offers predictions at Keep Your Sox On and Fire Brand has lengthy looks at the Red Sox and Yankees -- Know Thyself and Know Thy Enemy.

Don't miss Kelly O'Connor's Red Sox photo blog, Sitting Still.

The Triumphant Red Sox Fan loves the new MLB Gameday. I checked it out for yesterday's game against the Phillies and it's fantastic! A huge improvement from last year -- though that big, box score blocking commercial in the lower right-hand corner is very annoying.

Maybe the best thing about the new features is your ability to go back to previous innings (or previous games, I suppose) and "watch" various at-bats pitch-by-pitch from any one of six angles. I'm not sure how often I'll use it, though, with EI at home and MLBTV at work.

David Pinto at Baseball Musings picks the Red Sox to finish a whopping seven games behind the Yankees.


BP's WS picks are out tomorrow, so there may be a P&P XI.


s1c said...

Don't know if you got these but Ian Brown has 107 comments with projections from fans and readers of his blog at Brownie Points

Also Yahoo sports has theirs out at Yahoo

I also have my breakdown of game 1 at Peace

as for the projections being all over the place, Thats what makes this season so exciting.

mattymatty said...

Dah, what does Pinto know? Some dolt stats professor in NY picked the Yankees to win 110 games. People can say whatever they want, but the truth is coming, starting tonight.

redsock said...

So we've got a "mattymatty" and a "woti-woti"?

s1c said...

did you see these projections at espn? Diamond 86 wins for the sox and again in 3rd place?