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AccuScore uses past performance statistics to describe how players perform under different environmental, matchup, and game-situation conditions. Using projected starting lineups AccuScore simulates each game of the season one at-bat at a time. By repeating the simulation 10,000 to 20,000 times per game AccuScore calculates the precise probability teams have of winning each game, winning their division, making the playoffs, advancing in the playoffs and winning the World Series. Here is the analysis of the 2014 MLB season.

2016 Baseball Season Futures

AccuScore's super computer calculates playoff odds, win totals and season projections for every team in Major League Baseball. Theses 2016 baseball futures will be updated every night of the season to show updated projected 2016 baseball season win totals.

In the 2015 season, the big spending Los Angeles Dodgers will be under the microscope, and the defending division rival San Francisco Giants will be aching to once again win in the even year, after winning in 2012 and 2014. To start the season, the Giants are the favorites to come out of a neck-and-neck NL West that also features Arizona showing strong.

The Chicago Cubs come into the 2016 MLB season with high hopes and under a great deal of pressure to perform up to the payroll. AccuScore projects the Cubs to start as preseason favorites to finish the season as the best team in baseball.

Elsewhere, AccuScore's computer starts 2016 high on the Washington Nationals in the NL East Mariners, Blue Jays and Indians expect to win their respective divisions. These season futures will be updated daily as the season gets underway.

Check back on this page for Updated 2016 MLB Futures throughout the baseball season.

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