Page 2's future World Series predictions


2035: San Diego Padres Padres def. New Jersey Yankees, 4-0 Tony Gwynn III bats .398 during the regular season, nearly becoming the first major leaguer to reach the .400 plateau since Ted Williams in 1941. Nevertheless, Gwynn bats .500 in the World Series and drives in seven runs as the Padres avenge the sweep San Diego suffered at the hands of the Yankees in 1998. At the team's victory parade, Gwynn, manager Tony Gwynn Jr. and team president Tony Gwynn are presented with keys to the city by Mayor Trevor Hoffman.