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    Last Updated: 4/18/2017 at 11:35 AM ET

    Every day, we will simulate the rest of the MLB regular season 50,000 times with updated player and team statistical information to provide projected records and standings for each team in baseball. This information will be provided below with "Wins" and "Losses" referring to the teams' current record so far and "Proj Wins" and "Proj Losses" noting the projected final regular season record for each team.


    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Boston Red Sox 8 5 89.3 72.7
    New York Yankees 9 4 85.6 76.4
    Baltimore Orioles 8 3 81.7 80.3
    Toronto Blue Jays 2 10 77.2 84.8
    Tampa Bay Rays 6 8 77.0 85.0
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Cleveland Indians 6 7 91.7 70.3
    Detroit Tigers 8 4 83.1 78.9
    Minnesota Twins 7 6 75.2 86.8
    Kansas City Royals 6 6 75.0 87.0
    Chicago White Sox 6 6 71.7 90.3
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Houston Astros 9 4 93.0 69.0
    Seattle Mariners 6 8 82.7 79.3
    Texas Rangers 5 8 78.4 83.6
    Oakland Athletics 5 8 77.0 85.0
    Los Angeles Angels 6 8 75.9 86.1


    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Washington Nationals 7 5 91.5 70.5
    New York Mets 7 6 86.3 75.7
    Miami Marlins 7 6 79.6 82.4
    Atlanta Braves 6 6 75.5 86.5
    Philadelphia Phillies 4 8 72.1 89.9
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Chicago Cubs 6 7 98.8 63.2
    Pittsburgh Pirates 6 7 79.1 82.9
    St. Louis Cardinals 4 9 78.8 83.2
    Milwaukee Brewers 8 6 74.8 87.2
    Cincinnati Reds 8 5 72.4 89.6
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Los Angeles Dodgers 7 7 96.8 65.2
    San Francisco Giants 5 9 82.3 79.7
    Colorado Rockies 9 5 81.3 80.7
    Arizona Diamondbacks 9 5 78.1 83.9
    San Diego Padres 5 9 67.9 94.1
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