as declared in Ahead of Opening Night this coming Sunday, we used MLB The Show 17 to simulate ahead of the entire 2017 MLB season.
Boston Red Sox: 94-68No Big Papi, no problem for the Boston Red Sox.
To celebrate, we at App Trigger have simulated the 2017 MLB season in its entirety, producing interesting results ahead and a compelling finish.
Had he not blown so many saves in the season, the Red Sox may have fought for the best record in MLB.
As such, Sony has just released MLB The Show 17, offering the best baseball gaming experience on the market.
as declared in When Chris Archer throws the first pitch of the 2017 Major League Baseball season on Sunday, he’ll unleash all sorts of possibilities.
Continue Reading Below ADVERTISEMENTSO LONG: Fenway Park won’t look the same without Big Papi — David Ortiz retired, done at 41 despite hitting .315 with 38 home runs and 127 RBIs for Boston.
THEY ALL COUNT: No one really liked that the All-Star Game determined who got home-field advantage in the World Series.
The Sunrise Dog at Kauffman Stadium in KC features a hot dog topped with fried eggs, bacon, cheddar cheese and gravy.
Beyond that, a unique event on June 10 at Tropicana Field: A’s-Rays in the majors’ first scheduled single-admission doubleheader since 2011.
as declared in AL WILD CARDS: Blue Jays and RangersThe Jays will bring the playoffs home to Canada once again, our survey says, claiming the top AL Wild Card spot after falling short in the East.
NL WEST: DodgersIt was a closer call a year ago, and it’s still a two-team tussle.
NL WILD CARDS: Giants and MetsThe Giants’ core of players with so much playoff experience this decade will get some more, according to our panel.
So there you have it: A prediction that hasn’t been made in more than a century — the Cubs are going to repeat as World Series champions.
But it’s the Dodgers who come out as the clear favorite in the NL West this year over the Giants, who had the edge last year.
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