We reach our last installment of Best Case/Worst Case… with, of course, sometimes irrelevant images from Getty.
Here we go:
Best-Case Scenario: World Series. I mean, look at that pitching staff! Look at the young hitters! They should at least make the playoffs, right.
Worst-Case Scenario: Well, unless their pitching gets hurt. If that happens, there could be big trouble.
Best-Case Scenario: The World Series comes to Washington for the first times since the 1930s, while Bryce Harper makes a great leap forward into near-Trout levels of awesomeness, bro.
Worst-Case Scenario: Stephen Strasburg’s arm spontaneously combusts during a game.
Worst-Case Scenario That Could Actually Happen: Harper stagnates, Strasburg and Friends get hurt, Matt Williams is not a good manager, etc.
New York Mets
Best Case Scenario: Everybody stays healthy and they don’t embarrass themselves too much before Matt Harvey returns next season from Tommy John. Maybe some of the prospects, like Noah Syndergaard, make their first appearances.
Worst Case Scenario: This is the Mets, so you should imagine your worst case scenario for them then multiply it by 500.
Worst Case Scenario That Could Actually Happen: This is the Mets, so you should imagine your worst case scenario for them then multiply it by… 499.
Best Case Scenario: The Fountain Of Youth hits the Phillies and they do one last run.
Worst Case Scenario: They are a bunch of old guys who play like it, and Ruben Amaro still acts like it’s the last years of the previous decade.
Worst Case Scenario That Could Actually Happen: See above.
Best Case Scenario: Giancarlo Stanton hits lots of dingers, Jose Fernandez is awesome.
Worst Case Scenario: The above doesn’t happen….
Worst Case Scenario That Might Actually Happen: See above.
Next Time: The Previews Continue…