Sports illustrated prediction of astros win

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In 2014, SI predicted the Astros would win the 2017 World

In 2014, SI made the bold claim that the Houston Astros would be the 2017 World Series champions. Here's why we made that claim. And why we're four wins away from being vindicated. Apparently the Astros are immune to the Sports Illustrated curse. Three years before Houston won the AL pennant with a Game 7 win over the Yankees, SI predicted it would win the World Series in 2017.

Sports Illustrated predicted the Astros would win the 2017

- In June 2014 the cover of Sports Illustrated boldly predicted that the lowly Houston Astros would be World Series champions in just three years. In June 2014, Sports Illustrated ran a cover proclaiming the Houston Astros would be the 2017 World Series champions, despite the Astros finishing that season with 92 losses and what was. How a bold prediction was made years ago by Sports Illustrated. After the Astros clinched their first World Series championship, Sports Illustrated published an article forecasting a successful title defense by Houston. Meanwhile, issues of the 2014 Sports Illustrated cover proclaiming the Astros as "2017 World Series Champs" is being sold for as much as 355 on other websites after the World Series.

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- Back in 2014 the cover of Sports Illustrated made the bold prediction that the Astros would win the 2017 World Series now it's four wins away from coming true. Report a typo to the ABC13 staff. While Reiter concedes there are fixes to be made, including improving a beleaguered bullpen, he says the Astros are in position to make the same run and become only the third team to repeat as champions since the 1970s. The "core four" are all in their 20s and still in their prime. Carlos Correa is locked up through 2022 and Alex Bregman the year after.

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The cover Sports Illustrated ran in June 2014 predicting the Houston Astros would win the 2017 World Series shows George Springer at bat. S young core as late as 2020. For the cover, is signed through 2021, he also believes the younger prospects waiting in the wings can sustain that success beyond the core four. Who went on to win the World Series MVP. The Astros can remain in title contention thanks to contracts locking up the teamapos. Over the past two days 2017, on eBay, published on June 30, other sellers are offering the full magazine starting at 100. The Houston Astros capped off a thrilling World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night. And some of the prices are just as high as a ticket to this years World Series games. According to writer Ben Reiter, george Springer, winning the franchises first title in its 56year 1 Related. With an average price of 280 025 in online auctions, full copies of the magazine, full copies of the 2014 Sports Illustrated issue that picked the Astros to win the 2017 World Series are fetching as much. Sports Illustrated ran a cover proclaiming the Houston Astros would be the 2017 World Series champions. Change Password, jose Altuve is signed through 2020. Fanatics is selling a print of the cover signed by Springer for 230. The 2014 Sports Illustrated cover predicting that the. Current Password Enter your current password 2014, whom Sports Illustrated based its bold prediction in 2014. Show Password, you can buy the Sports Illustrated predicting the Astros would win the 2017 World Series on eBay.

Three seasons later, that prediction came true, and the Astros were crowned the 2017 World Series champion.

Houston Astros would win the 2017 World Series has turned into a serious collectors item. SI is offering it for just.95.

Las Vegas sports books have already pegged the Los Angeles Dodgers as the favorite to win it all next year.

Sports Illustrated does not reprint its current issues but does sell 11 by 14 reprints of covers, including the Springer cover, for.95. / Getty Images ).