The 2013 Major League Baseball playoffs continue today, with Game Two of the National League Championship Series between the Dodgers and Cardinals, and Game One of the American League Championship Series between the Tigers and Red Sox.
Yesterday I predicted that the Dodgers would win by a 5-2 score, but Carlos Beltran had other ideas and the Cardinals were the victors 3-2. This moved my post-season prediction record to 14-8. For today, I will stick with my idea that the series goes to California tied 1-1, predicting that the Dodgers win 4-1 behind Clayton Kershaw.
For the American League, I'm going with Red Sox 6, Tigers 3. Jacoby Ellsbury will rack up three hits and Jon Lester will pitch seven strong innings, giving up two runs while fanning nine.
What say you?
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