Predictions of 2006 world series are?

Discussion in 'Sports TV' started by zeppelin kid, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. zeppelin kid

    zeppelin kid Member

    Im gonna say Red sox versus the Mets and this time the red sox win.
     
  2. White Sox/Mets

    The White Sox have too much pitching to overcome. The ChiSox will win this years World Series, once again.
     
  3. Dodgers vs White Sox..Dodgers in 6
     
  4. PawPaw

    PawPaw Member

    Milwaukee and Boston. Milwaukee sweeps the series.


    :)
     
  5. sourdiesel06

    sourdiesel06 Member

    Yanks in 6 over the Muts just like 2000.
     
  6. Hurricanes123

    Hurricanes123 Member

    Detroit vs. Mets
    detroit will take it
     
  7. Peterness

    Peterness Member

    whys it called a world series when it's only American teams in it? And A few Canadian if we are lucky...
     
  8. zeppelin kid

    zeppelin kid Member

    The white sox starters are good but I would rather have Curt Schilling and Josh Beckett as my number 1 and 2 starters for the post season. Especially since they both have post season experience and are power pitchers.
     
  9. I'm gonna have to change my prediction...Since Angels managment has FINNALLY made the right moves like getting rid of Jeff Weaver and bringing Jered Weaver back up(our starting rotation is really good now),calling up Howie Kendrick,Giving Napoli starting catcher job...Now I think my Angels have a shot at making the post season.

    2006 World Series prediction
    Angels vs Astros..Angels in 6
     
  10. Josh Beckett's ERA is currently 5.12,thats not good.It's crazy that he still has 11 wins and just 5 losses.He's lucky he has that strong offense to back him up.
     
  11. Dominican Republic,Venezuela,Canada,Japan,Korea, and even Columbia are all represented in MLB and I probably left out some countries.
    If you really did watch baseball you'd know it's not just Americans and a handfull of Canadians playing the game.
     
  12. zeppelin kid

    zeppelin kid Member

    The only good thing is if the red sox make it to the world series then they will face a national league team and josh beckett pitches good against national league teams. He is terrible against AL teams and thats the only question mark, can he adjust to the american league.
     
  13. Peterness

    Peterness Member

    I used to watch baseball actually.

    That doesnt answer my question.

    The Premiership football league in England has players from all over the world (from Korea, to Ivory Coast to America)...But it's not called the world football league.
     
  14. The best players in the world play in MLB.
    Players from the Dominican Republic,Japan,Korea etc...All dream to come play in U.S on a MLB team.Japanese catcher Kenji Johjima was asked if he misses playing in the Japanese Leauge..."He said no,I like to play in the MLB,where the best players in the world play".

    Did you watch the World Baseball Classic?Baseball is growing!
     
  15. zeppelin kid

    zeppelin kid Member

    The best players in the world may play in MLB but the best baseball players in the world aren't American.
     
  16. Did I say that the best players are American?...No,but I do think the best players in the world play in MLB.
     
  17. samson

    samson Hepcat

    Looks like a couple of these predictions have fallen by the wayside, but a couple still have potential for this year too. Seems like the White Sox let alot of folks down after their good season last year.

    I was surprised to see how close these year old predictions were for this season!
     
  18. Carlfloydfan

    Carlfloydfan Travel lover

    the yankees were something like 14 back, last place and ten games under 500. even than I knew they would bounce back, it is so obvious.

    to predictable.

    so yay, the Yankees in the playoffs again. They'll get the wild card.
     

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