2011 Staff Standings Predictions – Phillies Nation

2011 Staff Standings Predictions

Will the Phillies win the Eastern Division? Who will give them a run for their money? Who is the best in the AL? Find out…

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NLE: Philadelphia Phillies 95-67
NLC: Chicago Cubs 88-74
NLW: Colorado Rockies 91-71
WC: Atlanta Braves 90-72

ALE: Boston Red Sox 100-62
ALC: Minnesota Twins 88-74
ALW: Texas Rangers 91-71
WC: Oakland Athletics 89-75

Phillies over Cubs
Rockies over Braves
Phillies over Rockies
Red Sox over A’s
Twins over Rangers
Red Sox over Twins

WS: Red Sox over Phillies


NLE: Philadelphia Phillies 95-67
NLC: Cincinnati Reds 94-68
NLW: Colorado Rockies 94-68
WC: Atlanta Braves 92-70

ALE: Boston Red Sox 98-64
ALC: Detroit Tigers 93-69
ALW: Texas Rangers 95-67
WC: Oakland Athletics 93-69

Phillies over Rockies
Braves over Reds
Phillies over Braves
Red Sox over A’s
Tigers over Rangers
Red Sox over Tigers

WS: Phillies over Red Sox


NLE: Phillies (95-67)
NLC: Reds (90-72)
NLW: Giants (88-74)
NLWC: Braves (92-70)
ALE: Red Sox (97-65)
ALC: White Sox (89-73)
ALW: Athletics (85-77)
ALWC:Yankees (91-71)
NLCS: Philles over Braves
ALCS: Red Sox over Yankees

WS: Red Sox over Phillies


NLE: Phillies 94-68
NLC: Brewers 89-73
NLW: Giants 91-71

ALE: Red Sox 104-58
ALC: Twins 91-71
ALW: Rangers 87-75

Phillies over Brewers in 5
Giants over Braves in 4

Phillies over Giants in 7
Sox over Rangers in 3
Yankees over Twins in 3
Sox over Yanks in 5

WS: Red Sox over Phils in 6


NLE: Phillies 93-69
NLC: Brewers 86-76
NLW: Dodgers 87-75
WC:Atlanta 89-73

ALE: Red Sox 97-65
ALC: Tigers 86-76
ALW: A’s 84-78
WC: Yankees 92-70

Boston over Oakland
Detroit over New York
Boston over Detroit

Philadelphia over Milwaukee
Atlanta over Los Angeles
Phillies over Atlanta

WS: Boston over Phillies in 7


NLE: Phillies: 95-67
NLC: Cubs: 88-74
NLW: Giants: 89-73
WC: Braves: 90-72

ALE: Red Sox: 96-66
ALC: White Sox: 89-73
ALW: Athletics: 88-74
WC: Yankees: 92-70

Phillies beat Cubs
Braves beat Giants
Phillies beat Braves

Red Sox beat Athletics
White Sox beat Yankees
Red Sox beat White Sox

WS: Red Sox beat Phillies


NLE: Phillies (94-68)
Brewers (88-74)
Dodgers (87-75)
Braves (89-73)

ALE: Red Sox (99-63)
Twins (92-70)
Rangers (90-72)
WC: Rays (91-71)

Phillies over Dodgers in 4
Brewers over Braves in 5
Phillies over Brewers in 5
Red Sox over Rangers in 3
Twins over Rays in 5
Twins over Red Sox in 7
WS: Phillies over Twins in 5

NLE: Phillies (91-71)
NLC: Reds (90-72)
NLW: Giants (88-74)
WC: Braves (90-72)

ALE: Red Sox (97-65)
ALC: White Sox (93-69)
ALW: Athletics (88-74)
WC: Yankees (91-71)

Phillies over Giants in 5
Braves over Reds in 4
Braves over Phillies in 6
Red Sox over Athletics in 3
White Sox over Yankees in 4
Red Sox over White Sox in 7
WS: Red Sox over Braves in 5

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  1. tavian

    March 31, 2011 at 9:17 am

    Everybody picked the Phillies to win the NL East , including myself. I do not know if that is a good sign. The Baseball Gods like to mix things up sometimes.

  2. Pat Gallen

    March 31, 2011 at 9:25 am

    And almost all of us picked Red Sox/Phils WS. Now it DEFINITELY won’t happen. Thankfully Mike picked the Twins.

  3. Manny

    March 31, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Lots of guys picking the Sox over Phils in a WS matchup… Once Utley is back though, the whole story will change. I think the NL East will be too competitive to have a WC team from our division again, so… here it goes:

    NLE: Phillies
    NLC: Reds
    NLW: Dodgers
    WC: Brewers

    ALE: Red Sox
    ALC: White Sox
    ALW: Rangers
    WC: Yankees

    NL Playoffs:

    Phillies over Reds
    Dodgers over Brewers
    Phillies over Dodgers

    AL Playoffs:
    Red Sox over Rangers
    Yankees over White Sox
    Red Sox over Yankees

    Phillies over Red Sox

    • Lefty

      March 31, 2011 at 1:02 pm

      Lots of guys not picking the Phils to even play the Red Sox, that’s a good thing I think. Fire our guys up national media. Make Doc Halladay angry, yep that’s a good thing.

  4. Don M

    March 31, 2011 at 10:19 am

    I read somewhere that 45 of 45 “Experts” picked the RedSox to win the AL EAST …. good thing at least one of them went out on a limb

    When I look at the RedSox, I see that Lester is amazing . . . Bucholz (who i used to be huge on) isn’t as good as I once thought . . . Beckett can’t stay healthy.. and Lackey – who knows about him this year

    so basically, they’re built around offense.. a great offense at that, but Pitching wins . . . which is why I think the CHICAGO WHITE SOX have a great chance in the AL

    I think they definitely win the AL CENTRAL . .. and with their offense to go with their pitching, they can outscore teams when needed too … a little of a darkhorse, but I think they’re the team to watch this year

    Obviously the Phillies are going 11-0 in the postseason, but otherwise:

    White Sox over Reds in the World Series ….

  5. bfo_33

    March 31, 2011 at 10:39 am

    Don, you beat me to the punch. I like the Red Sox for the division, but don’t think they have a playoff caliber pitching staff. Same goes for the Rockies in the West. Toronto and the As are going to be very tough this year, but the Jays will fade in Aug as their young staff tires (look out for 2012 though).
    NLE Phils
    NLC Brewers
    NLW Rox
    WC Giants
    Braves and Reds just miss the WC in the last week of the season
    Phils beat the Giants, Brewers the Rox, Phils beat the Brewers

    ALE Red Sox
    ALC WSox
    ALW As
    WC Rangers (I think the ALE is too tough this year for any team besides the div winner to break 90 games).
    WSox beat the RSox, As take the Rangers, WSox take the As, Wsox lose to the Phils in the WS.

    Guaranteed or your money back.

  6. Brooks

    March 31, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Good lord guys! (I mean Pat, Mike, et tu Amanda??) –

    First of all, I thought I was the only one really skeptical of the offense – if the offense kicks in, the division and the NL is ours. If the offense keeps up, the WS is ours too – now, the ST games revealed nothing. The only things we know is that Chase, Brown and Lidge will not be starting the season with the regulars. We also know that Chollie and company et al have decided that Orr and Martinez are the only new entries to the lineup – Baez, Herndon, Kendrick instead of Stutes, Zags (I cannot believe I am saying that) and Mathieson who all had better spring results.

    Tomorrow we start peeps – I see Hamels staring out slowly (what is up with that?), Blanton? Who knows – a slight winning record in April will definitely be a good thing!

  7. Don M

    March 31, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    I think my official picks are:

    Phillies, Reds, Giants, Brewers … not much of a shift of power from last year
    RedSox, White Sox, Angels, Yankees

    Phillies over Brewers
    Reds over Giants
    Phillies over Reds in NLCS

    RedSox over Angels
    White Sox over Yankees
    White Sox over RedSox in ALCS

  8. Bill

    March 31, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    Saw this post on another website: Picking the Phillies to win the Series:


  9. Brooks

    March 31, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    Don M???? Who wins the WS? Dude!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Don M

    March 31, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    White Sox don’t stand a chance against us . . . . they could beat the Reds though!!

  11. Josh

    March 31, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    I’m starting to get a little worried with these injuries. We know Madson can’t really close too well, so I agree with giving the job to Contreras…but boy is that a scary thought. We better hope there’s a bunch of 5-0 and 6-0 games going into the 9th inning this game, but something has to be settled by June/July so there’s no question who’s the closer come playoff time. As for the rest of the baseball world, I’ve got another preview to check out: http://sportstatistics.blogspot.com/2011/03/best-day-of-year.html

  12. NickFromGermantown

    April 1, 2011 at 6:55 am

    Wow. One person thinks we have a chance against the Red Sox. The Red Sox scare me, but come on now. Talk about downplaying our advantages…

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