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Random Predictions for the ALCS

NOTICE: I will be away all weekend watching the Yankees at my friends house and visiting grandparents. I will not be posting until at the earliest Sunday.

Here are some predictions for the ALCS:

-CC Sabathia starts three games
-A.J. Burnett emerges as a postseason ace
-Andy Pettite struggles
-Nick Swisher and Johnny Damon break out of their slumps
-Brett Gardner starts more games than Melky Cabrera
-Robinson Cano struggles
-Jose Molina catches at least two games in the series
-Joba Chamberlain assumes the 8th-inning role from Phil Hughes after Hughes blows a save in game 1 or 2.
-Alex Rodriguez continues his hot streak and so does Derek Jeter
-Freddy Guzman and/or Brett Gardner wins a game for the Yankees


15 innings Pitched: CC Sabathia- over
ERA of 3.50 A.J. Burnett: under
HomeRuns in ALCS 2: Alex Rodriguez-push
Walk-off wins Yankees 1: Push


Yankees win game one 5-2
Yankees win game two 8-0
Angels win game three 7-2
Angels win game four 3-2
Yankees win game five 6-4
Angels win game six 10-6
Yankees win game seven 5-4

Yankees win series in seven games

Categories: ALCS
  1. rakeback
    October 18, 2009 at 5:07 AM

    Sabathia has been dominant all year, and so its no surprise that he has continued that in the post-season. After the All-Star break last year he was the best player in the National League for the Brewers.

  2. Brandon
    October 18, 2009 at 3:54 PM

    Hopefully he doesn't get too tired though, as he did in last years postseason….i don't think he will. Thanks for reading

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