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« on: March 22, 2010, 10:32:03 am »
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American League:
East: NY Yankees
Central: Detroit Tigers
West: Seattle Mariners
Wild Card: Boston Red Sox

MVP: Miguel Cabrera/A-Rod/Teixeira
CY Young: Jon Lester or Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year: Neftali Feliz
Manager of the Year: Don Wakamatsu

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: San Francisco Giants
Wildcard:Chicago Cubs

MVP: Albert Pujols
CY Young: Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward
Manager of the Year: Tony La Russa

World Series:
New York Yankees over St. Louis Cardinals in 6 games.
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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2010, 03:01:20 pm »
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American League:
East: NY Yankees
Central: Chicago White Sox
West: Texas Rangers
Wild Card: Tampa Bay Rays

MVP: Evan Longoria
CY Young: Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year: Desmond Jennings
Manager of the Year: Ozzie Guillen

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: Colorado Rockies
Wildcard: Florida marlins

MVP: Albert Pujols
CY Young: Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward
Manager of the Year: Fredi Gonzalez

World Series:
Philadelphia Phillies over New York Yankees in 7
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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2010, 03:48:32 pm »
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American League:
East: NY Yankees
Central: Chicago White Sox
West: Los Angeles Angels
Wild Card: Seattle Mariners

MVP: Joe Mauer
CY Young: Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year: Neftali Feliz
Manager of the Year: Don Wakamatsu
Comeback Player: Andruw Jones

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: San Francisco Giants
Wildcard:Colorado Rockies

MVP: Albert Pujols
CY Young: Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward
Manager of the Year: Tony La Russa
Comeback Player: Xavier Nady

World Series:
New York Yankees over St. Louis Cardinals in 5 games.
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« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2010, 11:21:27 pm »
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American League

East - Yankees
Central - Tigers
West - Angels
Wildcard - Red Sox

National League

East - Phillies
Central - Cubs
West - Dodgers
Wildcard - Cardinals
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« Reply #4 on: April 01, 2010, 12:24:33 pm »
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all i keep seeing is this is supposed to be the year the Dodgers fall from the top of the NL west.  not with two top 10 MVP candidates from last season in their outfield (Ethier,Kemp).  they need big time growth from Kershaw and Billingsley if they're gonna get past the Phils though.
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« Reply #5 on: April 04, 2010, 08:14:07 am »
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« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2010, 08:23:08 pm »
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American League:
East: New York Yankees
Central: Minnesota Twins
West: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Wild Card: Boston Red Sox

MVP: Alex Rodriguez
CY Young: Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year: Somebody not on an opening day roster
Manager of the Year: Ron Gardenhire

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: Los Angeles Dodgers
Wildcard: Atlanta Braves

MVP: Albert Pujols
CY Young: Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward
Manager of the Year: Bobby Cox

World Series:
Philadelphia Phillies over Minnesota Twins
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« Reply #7 on: April 05, 2010, 01:29:31 pm »
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American League:
East: New York Yankees
Central: Minnesota Twins
West: Texas Rangers
Wild Card: Boston Red Sox

MVP: Alex Rodriguez
CY Young: Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year: Wade Davis
Manager of the Year: Ron Gardenhire

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: Los Angeles Dodgers
Wildcard: Colorado Rockies

MVP: Albert Pujols
CY Young: Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year: Alcides Escobar
Manager of the Year: Fredi Gonzalez

World Series:
Philadelphia Phillies over Minnesota Twins
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« Reply #8 on: April 05, 2010, 04:39:30 pm »
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American League:
East: New York
Central: Detroit
West: LA Angels
Wild Card: Boston

MVP: Miguel Cabrera
CY Young: Cliff Lee
Rookie of the Year: Carlos Santana - Cleveland
Manager of the Year: Joe Girardi

National League:
East: Philadelphia Phillies
Central: St. Louis Cardinals
West: LA Dodgers
Wildcard:Atlanta Braves

MVP: Chase Utley
CY Young: Tim Lincecum
Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward
Manager of the Year: Bobby Cox

World Series:
New York Yankees over Phillies in 5 games.
World Series MVP: Curtis Granderson or CC Sabathia
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« Reply #9 on: April 05, 2010, 04:53:59 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.
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« Reply #10 on: April 05, 2010, 05:39:53 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.

can you explain this a little more? I feel like the AL Central is the 2nd strongest division in baseball.

how can you say a division with 4 potential cy young pitchers should forfeit their birth?
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« Reply #11 on: April 05, 2010, 05:46:18 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.

can you explain this a little more? I feel like the AL Central is the 2nd strongest division in baseball.

how can you say a division with 4 potential cy young pitchers should forfeit their birth?

I'll sig bet that no AL Central team wins more than 85 games.
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« Reply #12 on: April 05, 2010, 05:52:03 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.

can you explain this a little more? I feel like the AL Central is the 2nd strongest division in baseball.

how can you say a division with 4 potential cy young pitchers should forfeit their birth?

I'll sig bet that no AL Central team wins more than 85 games.

yeah i understand that but can you state why you think that?
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« Reply #13 on: April 05, 2010, 06:19:15 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.

can you explain this a little more? I feel like the AL Central is the 2nd strongest division in baseball.

how can you say a division with 4 potential cy young pitchers should forfeit their birth?

I'll sig bet that no AL Central team wins more than 85 games.

yeah i understand that but can you state why you think that?

Because I think every team in the AL Central sucks? Cleveland has no pitching, Chicago has no hitting, Detroit has no pitching, Kansas City has no anything, and Minnesota has Joe Mauer and 24 drunk guys they pull out of the stands. If New York or Boston was in that division they'd win 110 games.
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« Reply #14 on: April 05, 2010, 06:41:51 pm »
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My predictions is that all the AL Central teams will be so bad that the division winner is forced to forfeit their playoff birth.

can you explain this a little more? I feel like the AL Central is the 2nd strongest division in baseball.

how can you say a division with 4 potential cy young pitchers should forfeit their birth?

I'll sig bet that no AL Central team wins more than 85 games.

yeah i understand that but can you state why you think that?

Because I think every team in the AL Central sucks? Cleveland has no pitching, Chicago has no hitting, Detroit has no pitching, Kansas City has no anything, and Minnesota has Joe Mauer and 24 drunk guys they pull out of the stands. If New York or Boston was in that division they'd win 110 games.

Detroit has no pitching except #3 cy young vote getter and leading strikeout man, #2 in ROTY last year, Scherzer who has a powerful young arm and one of the best bullpens in the MLB? Valverde is a top 5 closer, maybe even top 3.

Chicago has tons of hitting if guys like Rios(30 HRs in 2008), Beckham, Teahan, Quinton and Alexi continue to develop. Not to mention power with Konerko, Jones and the addition of Juan Pierre? thats tons of offense

KC sucks like usual

Cleveland Sucks

Minnesota always finds ways to win, and if 24 drunk guys equal 2 AL MVPs in Thome and Morneau along with a new offensive SS in Cabrera....

Really do you know anything about baseball?
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