2019 Bold Predictions Thread

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Radbird wrote:
Lemmy was a Cardinal fan, who knew.

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Cecil; what a disaster.

Cards break camp with him as a LH option. It's bold because he, of his reduced command and velocity, is worth more to the team in cost rather than effectiveness.

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doe_boy wrote:Some minor league guy comes out of nowhere to do well.
Edman!

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ZigZagCardsFan wrote:Cardinals send four players to the All-Star Game: Yadi, Paul Goldschmidt, Paul DeJong, and Jordan Hicks.

Andrew Miller posts an ERA above 4.00 becoming the new Brett Cecil.

Starting 2B going into the playoffs: Tommy Edman.
Woah

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dmarx114 wrote:1. Flaherty is an all star.
2. Hudson finishes top 5 in rookie of the year voting.
3. Ozuna is traded at or near the deadline.
4. Goldschmidt has fewer than 30 homers but has a .900+ OPS.
5. Harrison Bader wins a gold glove.
Probably 0 for 5, but in the ball park on a few.

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heyzeus wrote:Is it time? It's time. We have some spring training under our belts. It's time to make bold, stupid predictions!

*Goldschmidt wins NL MVP with over 40 HR and a near 1.000 OPS
*Waino actually posts a 100 ERA+
*Jordan Hicks takes over as closer when Miller is hurt
*Tyler O'Neil finishes top 3 in ROY voting
*Wacha and CMart combine for 120 innings
*Kershaw spends almost the entire season on the DL
*The Astros win the WS again
*Everyone gets indicted. All of us. You, me. Indictments.
*A new dance craze known as "The Ooze" sweeps the nation
*Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure III gets a surprising number of Academy Award nominations
*Wart has another daughter
*Gas prices will rise several cents a gallon, or maybe fall.
Wainwright wound up with a 102 ERA+, Hicks did take over as closer (Miller didn't get hurt, he just sucked) and Wacha and Cmart combined for 153 innings. Some of us are still unindicted though, and Bill and Ted III isn't out yet.

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dmarx114 wrote:
ZigZagCardsFan wrote:Cardinals send four players to the All-Star Game: Yadi, Paul Goldschmidt, Paul DeJong, and Jordan Hicks.

Andrew Miller posts an ERA above 4.00 becoming the new Brett Cecil.

Starting 2B going into the playoffs: Tommy Edman.
Woah
We got hosed on those All-Star Selections...

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Radbird wrote:Bader takes the Gricuk express to Memphis twice.
Wieters catches more games than Yadi
Ozuna finds his arm and wins both SS and GG
Wong hits 20 HRs

Yelich retires at the ASB to go on reunion tour with Queen
I was kinda sorta right about Tots.

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