THT staff playoff predictions summary

In the interest of full disclose, and because I finally got around to formatting the picks, below are the staff’s playoff predictions.

My apologies for the tardiness, but at least they’re up before any Division Series is decided.

You’ll notice certain teams received plenty of endorsements in their attempts to attain a title, while other squads garnered little support (cough, cough, St. Louis).

A review of everyone’s success and/or failure rate will be presented once a champion is crowned. Until then, let’s continue to enjoy us some postseason baseball.

Staffer          ALDS1       ALDS2          NLDS1         NLDS2
Ben Pritchett    New York    Texas          Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Brad Johnson     Detroit     Texas          Arizona       Philadelphia
Brian Borawski   Detroit     Tampa Bay      Arizona       Philadelphia
Chris Jaffe      Detroit     Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Chris Lund       Detroit     Tampa Bay      Arizona       Philadelphia
Dave Studeman    New York    Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
David Wade       Detroit     Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Derek Ambrosino  Detroit     Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Greg Simons      Detroit     Texas          Arizona       St. Louis
Harry Pavlidis   New York    Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Jeff Gross       New York    Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
John Barten      New York    Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia   
Kevin Lai        Detroit     Texas          Arizona       Philadelphia
Mat Kovach       Detroit     Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Matt Filippi     New York    Texas          Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Nick Fleder      New York    Tampa Bay      Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Paul Sullivan    Detroit     Tampa Bay      Arizona       Philadelphia
Sam Hendrickson  New York    Texas          Milwaukee     Philadelphia
Steve Treder     New York    Tampa Bay      Arizona       Philadelphia
Vince Caramela   New York    Texas          Milwaukee     Philadelphia

Staffer          ALCS        NLCS           World Series
Ben Pritchett    Texas       Milwaukee      Milwaukee
Brad Johnson     Detroit     Philadelphia   Philadelphia
Brian Borawski   Detroit     Arizona        Detroit
Chris Jaffe      Tampa Bay   Milwaukee      Tampa Bay
Chris Lund       Tampa Bay   Philadelphia   Philadelphia
Dave Studeman    New York    Philadelphia   Philadelphia
David Wade       Detroit     Philadelphia   Detroit
Derek Ambrosino  Tampa Bay   Milwaukee      Milwaukee
Greg Simons      Detroit     St. Louis      Detroit
Harry Pavlidis   New York    Milwaukee      Milwaukee
Jeff Gross       Tampa Bay   Milwaukee      Tampa Bay
John Barten      New York    Milwaukee      Milwaukee
Kevin Lai        Detroit     Arizona        Detroit
Mat Kovach       Detroit     Milwaukee      Detroit
Matt Filippi     New York    Milwaukee      New York
Nick Fleder      New York    Milwaukee      New York
Paul Sullivan    Tampa Bay   Philadelphia   Philadelphia
Sam Hendrickson  Texas       Philadelphia   Texas
Steve Treder     New York    Philadelphia   Philadelphia     
Vince Caramela   New York    Philadelphia   Philadelphia

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Comments

  1. Greg Simons said...

    Braves Fan, it’s our West Coast bias.  wink

    JB, I don’t have the readers entries, but I’ll see if we can do a comparision.

  2. Brad Johnson said...

    I changed my Brewers pick to AZ at the last moment. Whoops. I think it’s because I don’t like the Brewers uniforms smile (at least not the current ones)

  3. JB (the original) said...

    You guys seeing pretty much the same spread/percentages for teams in the readers’ contest entries?

  4. Greg Simons said...

    My bad, Mat.  I saw you had the Phillies listed first, and I missed the part where you said they lose.  The review article will fix this.

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