Thursday, October 15, 2009

Hey guys, what are you smoking?

I was reading the mlb.com predictions and came upon this chart. Am I not reading this right, or are those "predictions" messed up? Amsinger with the Dodgers to win 9-4, but "Utley leads the way with 2 homers." A bunch of the other predictions are all screwed up too. I guess time has told us about these "experts" and their reputations...

6 comments:

rbnlaw said...

Anyone who considers Mitch Williams an "expert" in anything other than giving up World Series winning home runs is an idiot.

In other news, Plaschke's column was actually pretty good today regarding the choice of going with Kershaw in Game 1. I could actually finish the piece without flinching.

Josh S. said...

Have I mentioned how much I hate the "Andre the Giant" moniker? It's accurate, sure, but it's just WRONG to call a Dodger a giant.

I think MLBNet took a huge dose of stupid pills when the regular season ended. Like I mentioned in another thread, their coverage was balanced when they had thirty teams to talk about. The problem is, fewer teams and games means more airtime to fill. That tends to lead to diarrhea of the mouth.

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

Does Al Leiter watch baseball? He really thinks the Dodgers will give up nine runs?

Mr. LA Sports Fan said...

http://bit.ly/abbHE

Cliff Corcoran = Big-Time Douche

"I've been betting against the Dodgers all year and you'd think I'd have learned my lesson by now, but the Phillies were my preseason pick for the pennant, so it seems silly to go back on that now that they're almost there. The Phillies took this in five games last year, and could well again, but I'll give the Dodgers an extra game this year as an apology for my doubting them thus far and due to the struggles of the non-Cliff Lee Philly starters in the NLDS."

Ken said...

doesnt matter wat experts think

its up to the dodgers to win

Alex Cora said...

Ha ha, they just fixed it.