MLB Rankings (7/18/2014)

Not only does the Predictalator run every upcoming game 50,000 times, it plays every team against every other team to come up with the ultimate Power Rankings. The Predictalator is successful because it best accounts for actual matchups and team's abilities to exploit opponent's weaknesses, so the Power Rankings are not necessarily the best way to know who would win between two teams. They are, however, the best possible way to measure which teams have put together the most impressive seasons. The best team may not be favored against the second-best team, but it would be favored more significantly against the rest of the teams in the sport.

To build the MLB Power Rankings below, we "played" every team against every other team 50,000 times each and ranked by overall winning percentage of those games. These Power Rankings are as of (7/18/2014) rosters and projected depth charts.

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2014 MLB Team Rankings (7/18/2014)

Rank Team
1 Los Angeles Angels
2 Oakland Athletics
3 Los Angeles Dodgers
4 Detroit Tigers
5 Washington Nationals
6 San Francisco Giants
7 St. Louis Cardinals
8 Toronto Blue Jays
9 Tampa Bay Rays
10 Seattle Mariners
11 Cincinnati Reds
12 Pittsburgh Pirates
13 Kansas City Royals
14 Atlanta Braves
15 Baltimore Orioles
16 Milwaukee Brewers
17 New York Yankees
18 Boston Red Sox
19 Cleveland Indians
20 New York Mets
21 Chicago Cubs
22 Philadelphia Phillies
23 Chicago White Sox
24 Colorado Rockies
25 Minnesota Twins
26 Houston Astros
27 Miami Marlins
28 Texas Rangers
29 Arizona Diamondbacks
30 San Diego Padres




The Predictalator

The Predictalator is the most advanced sports forecasting software available today because it has the ability to account for all of the relevant statistical interactions of the players (playing or not playing/injured), coaches, officials, fans (home field advantage) and weather in each game.

7/21/2014 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the last two weekends July 11th - 20th (since the All-Star break fell during last week), one could find that all playable over/under MLB plays went 26-17 (61% O/U).

The Predictalator plays every game 50,000 times before it's actually played. This provides us the ability to assign probabilities to the likelihood of just about any outcome occurring in any contest including straight-up, against-the-spread and over/under winners of each game.