Major League Baseball consists of a grueling 162-game schedule that stretches from the middle of April to the end of September. Now that October is upon us, it means postseason baseball is here.
The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays are currently battling it out for the American League spot in the World Series. From the National League, the Chicago Cubs, who haven’t won a World Series since 1908 — and were predicted in the 1989 movie Back to the Future to finally win the World Series in 2015 — are trying to defeat the New York Mets.
When postseason play began, I predicted that the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League would meet the American League’s Blue Jays in the World Series. But the Cardinals got knocked out by the long-suffering Cubs. So, even though I got that one wrong, I still believe the Jays will make it to the World Series, get the win, and earn starting pitcher David Price d the 2015 World Series Most Valuable Player.