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    2017 MLB Season Projections

    Last Updated: 5/9/2017 at 11:50 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.

    American

    East
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    New York Yankees 21 9 94.3 67.7
    Boston Red Sox 17 14 92.0 70.0
    Baltimore Orioles 21 10 87.3 74.7
    Tampa Bay Rays 16 18 78.1 83.9
    Toronto Blue Jays 12 20 72.9 89.1
    Central
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Cleveland Indians 17 14 92.1 69.9
    Detroit Tigers 15 15 82.3 79.7
    Minnesota Twins 15 14 76.2 85.8
    Chicago White Sox 15 15 74.2 87.8
    Kansas City Royals 11 20 69.0 93.0
    West
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Houston Astros 21 11 94.7 67.3
    Seattle Mariners 15 17 79.3 82.7
    Los Angeles Angels 16 18 77.2 84.8
    Oakland Athletics 15 17 76.4 85.6
    Texas Rangers 13 20 73.2 88.8

    National

    East
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Washington Nationals 21 11 98.4 63.6
    New York Mets 15 16 76.5 85.5
    Miami Marlins 13 18 76.4 85.6
    Philadelphia Phillies 13 17 74.7 87.3
    Atlanta Braves 11 18 70.8 91.2
    Central
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Chicago Cubs 16 15 95.2 66.8
    St. Louis Cardinals 17 14 85.8 76.2
    Cincinnati Reds 17 15 76.6 85.4
    Milwaukee Brewers 16 16 76.0 86.0
    Pittsburgh Pirates 14 18 75.6 86.4
    West
    Team Wins Losses Proj Wins Proj Losses
    Los Angeles Dodgers 18 14 95.6 66.4
    Colorado Rockies 20 12 86.9 75.1
    Arizona Diamondbacks 18 15 85.3 76.7
    San Francisco Giants 11 22 71.2 90.8
    San Diego Padres 13 20 66.0 96.0
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