OOTP Predictions for April 6 2019

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The predictions for yesterday’s games improved with seven out of twelve games predicted correctly. You can’t fault the simulator for choosing Boston to win. Remember how they were last season? But, the strength indicator is becoming less forgiving for the team. Losing against the Diamondbacks is unimaginable. The excuse that it’s early in the season […]

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OOTP Predictions for April 5 2019

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Out of the eight games played yesterday (two were postponed), the simulation module predicted correctly four out of the eight. This means, if you randomly chose teams using these predictions, the results would have been the same as a toss of a fair coin. Boston lost again to a team they should have beat easily. The […]

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OOTP Predictions for April 4 2019

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The predictions for yesterday’s games were better than they have been. I’d like to suggest that it’s because teams are starting to find themselves, but we’ll see if that is what happens over the next few weeks. The simulations should improve as the players and teams find their grooves. The results are nine games predicted […]

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OOTP Predictions for April 3

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The OOTP Predictions for April 3 are complete and ready for you to view below. The results from yesterday’s games are falling in line with previous predictions. There were seven incorrect predictions and five correct. Several surprising results occurred yesterday. It seems that the Baltimore Orioles are starting to look like contenders. They keep winning. Boston […]

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OOTP Predictions for April 2 2019

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When you look at the results from April 1, it appears that Boston can’t seem to get their engine started. It’s been losing to what most would consider inferior teams. Granted, it’s still early in the season, and the team has yet to play a home game. But, they won 108 games out of 162 […]

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OOTP Predictions for April 1 2019

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The OOTP predictions for April 1, 2019 are ready, and they a likely to make you think it’s some kind of April Fool’s joke. Unfortunately, that is not the case. The results were rather bad once again.My initial inclination was to run simulations less frequently. However, experiments don’t always work out the way you planned. […]

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OOTP Predictions for March 31

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The simulator did not do well with this run. Only five of the teams were predicted correctly. One game, Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati was postponed. Several games were upsets like Boston vs Seattle and Yankees vs. Orioles. These are teams that should have won handily.As I keep suggesting, the simulator may not have been designed to […]

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Predictions for March 30 OOTP Simulator

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As the games were played late in my time, I decided to update in the morning. The results are six out of the eight games were predicted correctly by the OOTP simulation module. Boston did win last night but by a narrow margin. It’s the beginning of the season, so we shouldn’t be surprised to see […]

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OOTP Predictions for March 29

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Each day that I run simulations, I will post my analysis of the previous run’s predictions. With that said here is yesterday’s analysis: https://datasciencereview.com/did-the-baseball-simulator-fail-for-opening-day-2019While writing my analysis last night, Boston was still playing the Mariners and were losing to them. This is the biggest upset in the set of predictions. OOTP predicted that Boston would win […]

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Did the Baseball Simulator Fail for Opening Day 2019?

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As a refresher, I set up an experiment using Out of the Park Baseball for opening day 2019. If you did read that post, I updated the results which show several incorrect predictions. Did the baseball simulator fail for opening day 2019?If you read through my assumptions, you’ll see that the simulator did exactly as […]

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