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 AccuScore.com analysis of the 2014 MLB season.
AccuScore constantly simulates and updates season projections, but one Opening Day of every season, this is the page where you will find AccuScore's MLB Season Futures for 2014.
In 2014, the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers are projected as the two National League teams to achieve 90-plus wins.In the American League, the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers share that elite honor. The New York Yankees, for those wondering, were projected for an 82-80 finish, tied with the Tampa Bay Rays as runner ups behind the Red Sox. In the AL West, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are projected to win the division with a slight margin over the Oakland A's and the Texas Rangers. In the NL Central, the St. Louis Cardinals are projected to squeeze past the Cincinnati Reds and the Milwaukee Brewers to win the division.
On the bottom side of the standings, the computer projected the New York Mets to finish with the worst record in baseball. Not far behind, the Miami Marlins, Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox are all projected to live at the bottom of the baseball sea.
On this page, AccuScore will constantly update projections for the 2014 MLB season. Prior to Opening Day, this page serves as to project AccuScore's 2014 MLB Futures lines.
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