Thursday, February 26, 2009

2009 CHONE Projections

BaseballProjection.com has released the 2009 CHONE projections (hat tip to Marc Craig of NJ.com). Here's their projections for the American League:

Projected AL Standings
East W L
Central W L
West W L
Yankees 97 65
Indians 90 72
Angels 85 77
Red Sox 96 66
Tigers 85 77
A's 81 81
Rays 89 73
Twins 79 83
Mariners 78 84
Blue Jays 75 87
White Sox 73 89
Rangers 72 90
Orioles 74 88
Royals 72 90

The Phillies, Cubs and Dodgers were projected to win the divisions in the NL, with the Braves and Mets tying for the Wild Card with 86 wins apiece. For the rest of the NL standings go here.

They also released power rankings, with the Yankees ranked no. 1. The rest of the top five were the Red Sox, Rays, Indians and Tigers.

For more Yankees projections, check out BaseballProjection.com's projections for their hitters and pitchers.

2 Comments:

Bronx Baseball Daily said...

The NL East projected standings look pretty pathetic. It's hard to believe the WS winner came out of that putrid division.

Anonymous said...

I would beg to differ. The NL East has quite a bit of talent. I predict 4 out of the 5 teams in that division win over 80 games, with two making it to the playoffs. I personally think the Angels are better than 85 wins and the Indians are not as good as 90 wins. The Tigers should come in last and the Royals could very well take second in the central. The Mariners won't win 78 and the Rays should win more than 89.