2017 Major League Baseball Playoff Projections

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American League

1. Boston Red Sox

2. Cleveland Indians

3. Texas Rangers

4. New York Yankees

5. Toronto Blue Jays

American League Wild Card Game: Toronto Blue Jays vs. New York Yankees

Unlike when the Yankees made the Wild Card Game in 2015, there is a different buzz around this team now.

American League Divisional Series

New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox (Red Sox wins series 3-2)

This is only the fourth time that the Yankees and Red Sox will meet in the postseason, and like the previous three, this one will be worth the price of admission.

Texas Rangers vs. Cleveland Indians (Indians win series 3-1)

The Rangers have been one of the best teams in this era, but they’ve simply been unable to get over the hump.

American League Championship Series

Cleveland Indians vs. Boston Red Sox (Red Sox win series 4-2)

In a rematch from last year’s divisional round, the Red Sox will be able to reverse the tide and get back to the Fall Classic.

National League

1.Chicago Cubs

2. Washington Nationals

3. San Francisco Giants

4. New York Mets

5. Los Angeles Dodgers

National League Wild Card Game: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets

There’s no love lost between the Dodgers and Mets which should make for a very interesting and intense contest.

National League Divisional Series

New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs (Cubs win series 3-1)

The Cubs have exercised their demons from the past and the Mets won’t be able to stop them.

San Francisco Giants vs. Washington Nationals (Giants win series 3-2)

As talented as the Nationals are, they still can’t get over the hump in the playoffs.

National League Championship Series San Francisco Giants (Cubs win series 4-2)

Just like last year in the playoffs, the superiority of the Cubs will take over and allow them to get past the Giants.

2017 World Series: Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago Cubs (Cubs win 4-3)

In the Theo Epstein Classic, his new team in the Cubs will get the best of his old team.

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