Strat-O-Matic Simulation Tabs Yankees Over Dodgers in 2023 Series
Opening day means the Strat-O-Matic annual baseball simulation are rendered and fans of America’s game can break down the statistically enhanced predictions for MLB’s 2023 season. The market leader in sports simulations located in Glen Head, New York ran the numbers for the regular season and playoffs relying on 62 years of producing board games, digital games and world famous sims, to come up with the following assumption: Aaron Judge will hit 52 home runs, with 132 RBI and a .313 batting average to power the NY Yankees to 102 wins and eventually defeating Los Angeles, four games to two, to win their 28th championship. The Sports Techie community blog curator disputes this as my favorite teams, the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers, as well as the local and stacked, Atlanta Braves, stand firmly in the way of this sim, along with the Houston Astros and defending World Series champions, Philadelphia Phillies, in addition to crosstown rivals, the N.Y. Mets. The San Diego Padres, Cleveland Guardians, Minnesota Twins and St. Louis Cardinals are also on the table and worthy of winning it all. Simulations of every game per team are available on request.
2023 Strat Baseball Sims
Strat’s simulation picked Cleveland with a league-best 111 wins earning the A.L. No. 1 seed, with New York at No. 2 and Houston (101 wins) No. 3. The sim has New York beating wild card Minnesota, which had toppled Cleveland in the ALDS, and the Dodgers in the championship.
In the N.L., San Diego’s 100 wins led the circuit, with Atlanta (96) and St. Louis (94) the other division winners. Los Angeles’s path to the final round included a wild card win over New York, revenge 3-1 ALDS triumph over San Diego, and 4-2 series spread over Atlanta.
Other A.L. awards went to Cy Young winner Shane Bieber of Cleveland (20-6, 2.80 ERA, 228K) and Rookie of the Year Grayson Rodriguez of Baltimore (11-6, 2.97 ERA). In the N.L., Nolan Arenado’s .293 average, 46 home runs and 116 RBI for St. Louis earned the third baseman the MVP, Yu Darvish of San Diego claimed the Cy Young with his 17-4, 2.55 ERA and 221 strikeouts and Corbin Carroll of Arizona taking the Rookie of the Year (20 home runs, 62 RBI).
This product comes with four different options. You can choose to add on Cards for the board game (which will be shipped) or Card Image (which will display their player card within the game). The last option is to add BOTH the physical cards for the board game and the card image feature.
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- All Rise: Judge sets AL HR record with 62
- Old and New: Pujols 700th HR, Cabrera 3,000th hit and a stellar rookie class
After April 1st, add Cards and add both Cards and Card Image products will no longer be available.
Here is my blog about the 2022 Strat-O-Matic Simulation Opening Day.
Sports Techie, notice Judge smacks ten less homers in the newest 2023 Strat sim than what he actually hit last season.
The Astros lose star pitcher Justin Verlander to the Mets and win 5 less games.
In hindsight, Pujols and Miggy perhaps should have retired in the off-season rather than taint their legacies with less than stellar seasons at the ripe ages of 43 and 39, respectively.
And who will be the new rookie sensation class to led MLB forward into the future of the pitch clock, elimination of the shift and larger bases?
Play or study Strat-O-Matic Baseball 2023 to find out more and find out more about the Negro League Baseball Museum and Fanaply NFTs.
I first blogged about Strat-O-Matic in 2016 after chatting with founder and then CEO, Hal Richmond.
Play ball and let’s play two.
Enjoy March 30, Opening Day 2023 when all 30 teams play their first games on the same day for the first time since 1968.
See you later sportstechie in Seattle, Atlanta and around the world!
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