Hey everyone, hope everyone is having a happy and great Sunday.
I decided to do a simulation of the 2007 season using a modified version of MVP Baseball 2005 for PC, with the updated rosters and schedules.
Anyhow, here’s what comes from the simulation (Keep in mind, all the pictures came from a video game, and obviously has no bearing on reality, nor is it scientific). A lot of the results came out what I thought they would; however, some were off - way off. I'll have the playoffs done later on today or in morning. Right now, enjoy, speculate and feel free to leave me comments.
American League East: I agree with the results, but I figured that the Red Sox would finish much better. The Orioles do finish above .500, though.
American League Central: I don't see the Twins winning the division, and the White Sox should be at least 20 games better than they are record wise, but it does look like a very close race.
American League West: The Angels should be in second, and will have a record above .500.
National League East: The Phillies should be in first or second, and there's no way they are worse than the Nationals.
National League Central: I don't see the Brewers winning 90 games or the division, but it looks real competitive and close. The Cardinals sneak into the playoffs by winning the wild card.
National League West: The Diamondbacks will win more than 68 games, but this division looks like how I'd rank all the teams.
Stats of Highly Touted Free Agents: