Taking a look back at our ALDS and NLDS predictions, the winners were:
Yankees in 3
Rangers in 5
Phillies in 3
Giants in 4
I got 3 of 4, which is ok since I can't pick the Yankees for anything. I'm going with the Rangers.
JaysSaskatchewan got all four winners right and had the number of games right except for the Yankee/Twin series in which he thought would go to 4. Good job.
jay_tee_slash and jaysfanfromeurope also got the winner in all 4 series but were a little further off on the number of games.
Most of us picked the Rays.
How did the former Jays do?
Michael Young: 3 for 20, but one of those 3 hits was a home run.
I don't think the Rays had any former Jays, that's why they didn't win.
A.J. Burnett didn't pitch. Apparently they plan on using him to start game 4 of the ALCS. We'll see, if they lose two of the first three, I bet they will use the others on short rest.
Orlando Hudson: 4 for 12, HR, 2 runs, 2 RBI.
Roy Halladay: well...you know. No-hitter in game one.
Jayson Werth: 2 for 12, 2 runs, 1 RBI. 1 walk.
Scott Rolen: 1 for 11, with 8 K. And 2 errors in the field. He had an awful series.
Joey Votto: 1 for 10. Not a former Jay but a Canadian, so had to list him.
Alex Gonzalez: 3 for 15, .200, double, run, 2 RBI. Gonzalez also made 2 errors.
Troy Glaus: 0 for 4. But started a terrific double play with the tying run at third to save the game they won.
Eric Hinske: 1 or 3, big HR, 2 RBI.
And course Bobby Cox didn't have the best series.
I don't think there are any former Jays on the Giants.
Give us you guesses for the next round. Winners and number of games. I'm going with the Rangers in 6 and the Phillies in 5