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The season is now over, and the Red Sox and Braves both completed epic choke jobs on the season’s final day, giving way to Tampa and St. Louis. New York and Philadelphia both finished atop their respective leagues, with Philadelphia’s supercharged rotation leading them to 102 wins.
Needless to say, the Red Sox wrecked havoc with many of our picks for this season. The Giants did so as well, failing to even get the chance to defend their title. At least there was Philadelphia to lift our spirits.
So I’m sure everyone’s waiting to see how things turned out, so without further ado, the winner of the 2011 MLB Pick ‘Em is… Brian. Brian was able to surge ahead of the rest of the pack with the extra bonus points from picking New York and Texas to lead the AL. Of course, the Brewers helped too.
So there you have it. Be sure to check below for the full results, and to stay tuned Friday evening for the Playoff Pick ‘Em.
|#2||KC||10 (lower record among tiebreaker teams)|
|#3||John||10 (higher record among tiebreaker teams)|
|American League||National League||Best||Tiebreaker||Total|
|Name||#1||#2||#3||#W||#1||#2||#3||#W||Record||Worst Team||2nd Worst Team||3rd Worst Team||Points|
|Brian||Yankees (3)||Rangers (2)||White Sox||Red Sox||Phillies (3)||Giants||Brewers||Rockies||Phillies||Royals||Astros||Pirates||18|
|John||Red Sox||Twins||Rangers||Yankees||Phillies (3)||Giants||Reds||Braves||Phillies||Royals||Diamondbacks||Pirates||10|
|KC||Red Sox||Twins||Rangers||Yankees||Phillies (3)||Giants||Reds||Braves||Phillies||Pirates||Indians||Royals||10|
|Mike C||Rays||Tigers||Athletics||Red Sox||Braves||Giants||Reds||Rockies||Rays||Indians||Mets||Royals||3|
|Pete||Red Sox||Angels||Twins||Yankees||Giants||Phillies||Brewers||Marlins||Red Sox||Royals||Pirates||Indians||5|