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Yankees, Phillies or Braves will win the World Series. Why?

Because since 1995 (and retroactively 1988) there has been a set pattern of world series winners. When a team wins the world series, the following year a team from the same division in the opposite league wins, or the same teams wins consecutively and the next team to win continues the pattern:

1988: Dodger (NL West)

1989: As (AL West)

1990: Reds (future NL Central)

1991: Twins (future NL Central)

1992: Blue Jays (AL East)

1993: Blue Jays (AL East)

1994: NO WS

1995: Atlanta Braves (NL East)

1996: New York Yankees (AL East)

1997: Florida Marlins (NL East)

1998: New York Yankees (AL East)

1999: New York Yankees (AL East)

2000:New York Yankees (AL East)

2001: Arizona Diamondbacks (NL West)

2002: Anaheim Angels (AL West)

2003: Florida Marlins (NL East)

2004: Boston Red Sox (AL East)

2005: Chicago White Sox (AL Central)

2006: St. Louis Cardinals (NL Central)

2007: Boston Red Sox (AL East)

2008: Philadelphia Phillies (NL East)

2009: New York Yankees (AL East)

2010: New York Yankees (AL East) / Philadelphia Phillies (NL East) / Atlanta Braves (NL East)

 

has anyone else noticed this? it's very weird

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