VIRGINIA BEACH - From his deathbed on January 2nd, 1945, self-described psychic Edgar Cayce (rhymes with "Casey") actually predicted that the Boston Red Sox would sweep the World Series in four games -- against a team he called the 'Denver Bullwinkles'.
Forecasting without the help of a Magic 8-Ball (it wasn't invented until the following year), Cayce said: "I feel that Boston will emerge victorious throughout the series, embarrassing Denver before their own fans at the field known as Coors. Perhaps the thin air will allow the 'Bullwinkles' to score a few, but they will be hopelessly over matched in the end."
He died the very next day, on January 3rd. Sadly, Cayce made no mention of A-Rod leaving the Yankees prematurely.