Simulations predict Yankees, Red Sox victories
The 2007 regular season was a topsy-turvy one. Not one division winner from 2006 came out on top again in 2007, and only the Yankees made it back to the postseason. The Cubs went from worst to first, battling the upstart Brewers until the final weekend; the Phillies and Rockies treated their fans to spectacular late-September runs; and New Yorkers experienced the agony and the ecstasy of the Mets' historic collapse and the Yankees' tremendous comeback.
Imagine SportsThe simulations were done using the Diamond Mind Baseball software, which was developed by renowned baseball statistics expert Tom Tippett. Diamond Mind is now widely regarded as the most sophisticated and realistic baseball simulation software and was named PC Magazine's "Editor's Choice" for pc-based baseball software. Diamond Mind is now owned by Imagine Sports, a Silicon Valley-based Internet company developing multiplayer online simulation games, including Diamond Mind Online, an online baseball management game licensed and promoted by MLB Advanced Media.
|Winner/Games||NYY in 3||NYY in 4||NYY in 5||CLE in 5||CLE in 4||CLE in 3||Overall|
|Winner/Games||BOS in 3||BOS in 4||BOS in 5||LAA in 5||LAA in 4||LAA in 3||Overall|
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