The World Series kicks off tonight and the best baseball simulator out there has a prediction.
Check out the PlayStation Blog ; MLB 11: The Show ran a simulated series between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals and as you can see, it's gonna be Texas in 6.
After the Cardinals took game one behind a great performance from their best pitcher, Chris Carpenter, the Rangers won Game 2. Then St. Louis stole back the momentum behind some hot hitting from Matt Holiday and Lance Berkman, before Texas went on a series-ending tear. The last two games were close but at the end of the day, Texas earns their very first WS title.
Now, scoff all you want, but MLB 10: The Show correctly predicted the World Series champion from last year: the San Francisco Giants. The game got the American League champion wrong (it predicted the Yankees would go down to the Giants), but the end result was right. So when given the two correct teams for the Series, don't you think the new MLB simulator can come through?
By the way, the game in question is pretty damn good .
Related Game(s): MLB 11: The Show