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The 2013 LSB Over/Under Predictions Contest

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There are 44 sets of numbers, based on what various Rangers players will do in 2013. For each set, pick which one will be larger.

Matthew Lloyd

Because the 44 questions contest was so popular last year, we are going to do it again this year. As I mentioned last year, Sky Kalkman has been doing this for a while, and so I am going to steal the idea, and the instructions, from him. Here's the contest:

Below you will find 44 pairs of numbers. In each case, you tell me which number will be bigger. One point for each correct answer. Most points wins.

Ties — and I expect there to be a nontrivial number of them — go to the side that had fewer votes. For example, here is a pair of numbers:

Wins by the Yankees
Wins by the Red Sox

Let’s say 41 people take the Yankees and 54 take the Red Sox. If the Yankees and Red Sox end up with the same number of wins, then each Yankee-backer will get a point and each Red Sox-backer will not.

I will buy the winner the 2013 Baseball Prospectus book. Entries close as of midnight on 3/30/13.