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Blue Jays: Looking back at 2020 season Predictions

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BUFFALO, NEW YORK - AUGUST 30: Toronto Blue Jays celebrate after Teoscar Hernandez #42 hit a walk-off two run single to defeat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 at Sahlen Field on August 30, 2020 in Buffalo, New York. All players are wearing #42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. The day honoring Jackie Robinson, traditionally held on April 15, was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Blue Jays are the home team and are playing their home games in Buffalo due to the Canadian government’s policy on coronavirus (COVID-19). (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)
BUFFALO, NEW YORK - AUGUST 30: Toronto Blue Jays celebrate after Teoscar Hernandez #42 hit a walk-off two run single to defeat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 at Sahlen Field on August 30, 2020 in Buffalo, New York. All players are wearing #42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. The day honoring Jackie Robinson, traditionally held on April 15, was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Blue Jays are the home team and are playing their home games in Buffalo due to the Canadian government’s policy on coronavirus (COVID-19). (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images) /
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DUNEDIN, FL – FEBRUARY 24: General view of the Toronto Blue Jays logo painted in the grass prior to a Grapefruit League spring training game against the Atlanta Braves at TD Ballpark on February 24, 2020 in Dunedin, Florida. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

How did my Toronto Blue Jays 2020 Predictions play out?

Everyone loves to read prediction articles don’t they? Before the 2020 season started, I wrote a prediction article on how I thought the Toronto Blue Jays 2020 season would play out.

(To look back at my full prediction article, click on this sentence).

The whole purpose of predictions is to have fun with it. There’s a good chance they end up wrong and sometimes even way off from what occurs as it’s basically predicting the future regardless of the topic. While it’s possible you get some predictions right, it’s very hard to get all your picks nailed correctly.

As it was a shortened season, it was a lot harder to make predictions for this year compared to a regular 162 game season because there was so much uncertainty in regards to how legitimate stats would be (especially for pitchers). Also, the fact that the Blue Jays only played American League and National League teams in the East division, playing a much smaller slate of 60 games and many other factors that made it harder to make predictions.

In this article, I’ll take a look at how my predictions played out while giving an analysis on what made my pick right or wrong, and how it got there.

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