Predictive Model Forecasts Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers for 2024 World Series Showdown; West Coast Teams Dominate MLB Playoffs

Our model predicts the winner, playoff odds, and win-loss records for the 2024 World Series champion

In conducting 100,000 simulations for the 2024 baseball season using our model, we predicted that the Astros and Dodgers would face off in a World Series showdown. Additionally, west coast teams would dominate both the American League (AL) and National League (NL) playoffs.

Using the projected win-loss records for all 30 MLB teams, we set up standings for each division to determine the seeding of six teams for the playoffs. The best team would move on to the next round.

In the AL East, the Red Sox were forecasted to take first place, with the Yankees and Blue Jays also making it to the postseason. The AL Central was led by the White Sox, with Cleveland and Kansas City also joining them in October. The AL West was expected to be won by Houston, with Los Angeles and Oakland also representing their respective divisions in October.

On the NL side, Atlanta was projected to win NL East honors, while Philadelphia and New York Mets made it to the playoffs as well. Milwaukee took home NL Central honors, followed by St. Louis and Cincinnati in second place. The NL West was expected to have Dodgers as division winners, with San Francisco and San Diego earning postseason spots as well.

In terms of representation in October’s playoffs, we predicted that Houston Astros will represent AL along with New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles and Seattle Mariners while Los Angeles Dodgers will represent NL along with Atlanta Braves , St Louis Cardinals , Philadelphia Phillies , San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres . Ultimately according to our simulations

In conducting 100,000 simulations for the 2024 baseball season using our model, we predicted that the Astros and Dodgers would face off in a World Series showdown. Additionally, west coast teams would dominate both the American League (AL) and National League (NL) playoffs. Using the projected win-loss records for all 30 MLB teams, we set…

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