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02-19-2012, 11:23 PM
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AL EAST
1-New York
2-Tampa Bay*
3-Boston
4-Toronto
5-Baltimore

AL CENTRAL
1-Detroit
2-Cleveland
3-Kansas City
4-Minnesota
5-Chicago

AL WEST
1-Texas
2-Los Angeles*
3-Seattle
4-Oakland

AL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Detroit vs Los Angeles

NL EAST
1-Philadelphia
2-Washington*
3-Atlanta
4-Miami
5-New York

NL CENTRAL
1-Cincinnati
2-Milwaukee*
3-St-Louis
4-Pittsburgh
5-Chicago
6-Houston

NL WEST
1-San Francisco
2-Arizona
3-Los Angeles
4-Colorado
5-San Diego

NL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia

WORLD SERIES
Detroit vs Cincinnati

AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL CY Young - Justin Verlander
AL ROTY - Matt Moore
NL MVP - Joey Votto
NL CY Young - Roy Halladay
NL ROTY - Devin Mesoraco

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02-20-2012, 02:36 AM
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AL East:
1. New York (100-62)
2. Boston (93-69)
3. Tampa Bay (90-72)
4. Toronto (83-79)
5. Baltimore (67-95)

AL Central:
1. Detroit (96-66)
2. Cleveland (85-77)
3. Kansas City (79-83)
4. Chicago (77-85)
5. Minnesota (70-92)

AL West:
1. LA Angels (98-64)
2. Texas (96-66)
3. Seattle (74-88)
4. Oakland (63-99)

AL MVP: Robinson Cano
AL CY Young: Felix Hernandez
AL ROY: Matt Moore

NL East:
1. Philadelphia (97-65)
2. Atlanta (91-71)
3. Florida (87-75)
4. Washington (81-81)
4. New York (66-96)

NL Central:
1. Cincinnati (90-72)
2. St. Louis (88-74)
3. Milwaukee (87-75)
4. Pittsburgh (70-92)
5. Chicago (65-87)
6. Houston (54-108)

NL West:
1. San Francisco (91-71)
2. Arizona (89-73)
3. Los Angeles (82-80)
4. Colorado (75-87)
5. San Diego (70-92)

NL MVP: Joey Votto
NL Cy Young: Tim Lincecum
NL ROY: Yonder Alonso (depending on when Harper is called up)

ALDS:
New York over Texas
LA Angels over Detroit

NLDS:
Philadelphia over Cincinnati
San Francisco over Atlanta

ALCS:
New York over LA Angels in 6

NLCS:
San Francisco over Philadelphia in 7

World Series:
New York over San Francisco in 6

All of this is predicated on the Giants staying healthy and scoring the incredibly modest number of runs it would take for them to get into the postseason with that pitching staff. If the Giants get in, they will be difficult to beat. But honestly, I would say there's an equal chance of them narrowly missing the playoffs as there is of them winning the World Series. It all rests on their offense. If they can be the 2010 offense, which was spectacularly mediocre, the Giants will win the NL West. That said, I don't know if they would beat the Phillies in the postseason. I just don't want to have to imagine another Philadelphia-New York World Series, so I picked the Giants.


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02-20-2012, 02:48 PM
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02-20-2012, 09:27 PM
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AL East

1. New York
2. Tampa*
3. Toronto (I wanna finish higher than 4th for a change )
4. Boston
5. Baltimore

Central

1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Kansas City
4. Minnesota
5. Chicago

West

1. Texas
2. Anaheim*
3. Oakland
4. Seattle

NL East

1. Atlanta
2. Philly*
3. Miami
4. Washington
5. New York

Central

1. Cincinnati
2. St. Louis*
3. Milwaukee
4. Pittsburgh
5. Chicago Cubs
6. Houston

West

1. Arizona
2. San Francisco
3. Colorado
4. LA. Dodgers
5. San Diego

ALCS-

Detroit bt NY Yankees

NLCS-

Arizona bt Cincinnati

World Series

Detroit bt Arizona

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03-08-2012, 12:46 AM
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AL MVP - Robinson Cano
AL Cy Young - Justin Verlander
AL Rookie of the Year - Matt Moore
NL MVP - Matt Kemp
NL Cy Young - Clayton Kershaw
NL Rookie of the Year - Bryce Harper

AL

East
1 New York
2 Tampa Bay
3 Boston
4 Toronto
5 Baltimore

Central

1 Detroit
2 Chicago
3 Cleveland
4 Kansas City
5 Minnesota

West

1 Anaheim
2 Texas
3 Oakland
4 Seattle

NL

East

1 Philadelphia
2 Miami
3 Atlanta
4 Washington
5 New York

Central

1 Cincinnati
2 St Louis
3 Milwaukee
4 Chicago
5 Pittsburg
6 Houston

West

1 San Francisco
2 Los Angeles
3 Colorado
4 Arizona
5 San Diego

ALDS

New York over Texas in 4

Anaheim over Detroit in 5

NLDS

Philadelphia over Cincinnati in 3

San Francisco over Miami in 5

ALCS

New York over Anaheim in 7

NLCS

San Francisco over Philadelphia in 7

World Series

New York over San Francisco in 5

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03-08-2012, 09:06 AM
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AL MVP - Adrian Gonzalez
AL Cy Young - CC Sabathia
AL Rookie of the Year - Matt Moore

NL MVP - Joey Votto
NL Cy Young - Roy Halladay
NL Rookie of the Year - Yonder Alonso

AL East
1. Yankees
2. Red Sox*
3. Rays
4. Blue Jays
5. Orioles

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Indians
3. Twins
4. Royals
5. White Sox

West
1. Rangers
2. Angels*
3. Mariners
4. A's

NL

NL East
1. Phillies
2. Braves*
3. Nationals
4. Marlins
5. Mets

NL West
1. Giants
2. Diamondbacks
3. Rockies
4. Dodgers
5. Padres

NL Central
1. Reds
2. Cardinals*
3. Brewers
4. Pirates
5. Cubs
6. Astros

World Series: Yankees over Reds

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03-24-2012, 11:03 AM
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AL East (Best division)
1. New York
2. Tampa Bay *
3. Toronto
4. Boston
5. Baltimore

Central (Weak division)
1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Kansas City
4. Minnesota
5. Chicago

West
1. Texas
2. Anaheim*
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL East
1. Philadelphia
2. Miami *
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

Central
1. St. Louis
2. Cincinnati
3. Milwaukee
4. Pittsburgh
5. Chicago
6. Houston

West
1. Arizona
2. San Francisco *
3. Colorado
4. San Diego
5. Los Angeles

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03-28-2012, 10:17 PM
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

AL East
1. Tampa Bay Rays (95-67)
2. New York Yankees (94-68)*
3. Boston Red Sox (91-71)*
4. Toronto Blue Jays (88-74)
5. Baltimore Orioles (62-100)

AL Central
1. Detroit Tigers (91-71)
2. Cleveland Indians (81-81)
3. Kansas City Royals (75-87)
4. Minnesota Twins (72-90)
5. Chicago White Sox (69-93)

AL West
1. Anaheim Angels (102-60)
2. Texas Rangers (89-73)
3. Seattle Mariners (65-97)
4. Oakland Athletics (60-102)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

NL East
1. Philadelphia Phillies (100-62)
2. Atlanta Braves (91-71)*
3. Miami Marlins (83-79)
4. Washington Nationals (77-85)
5. New York Mets (61-101)

NL Central
1. Milwaukee Brewers (92-70)
2. St. Louis Cardinals (86-76)
3. Cincinnati Reds (82-80)
4. Pittsburgh Pirates (78-84)
5. Chicago Cubs (74-88)
6. Houston Aeroes (57-105)

NL West
1.Colorado Rockies (96-66)
2. San Francisco Giants (89-73)*
3. Arizona Diamondbacks (84-78)
4. Los Angeles Dodgers (81-81)
5. San Diego Padres (71-91)

PLAYOFFS 2012

Wildcard One Game Elimination
Yankees over Red Sox

Giants over Braves

Division Series
Angels over Yankees in 4
Rays over Tigers in 3

Phillies over Giants in 5
Rockies over Brewers in 4

Championship Series
Angeles over Rays in 6

Phillies over Rockies in 5

WORLD SERIES 2012

Phillies over Angels in 6


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03-29-2012, 03:13 PM
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AL East:

1. New York
2. Tampa Bay
3. Boston
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore

AL Central:

1. Detroit
2. Kansas City
3. Minnesota
4. Cleveland
5. Chicago

AL West:

1. Los Angeles
2. Texas
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL East:

1. Philadelphia
2. Miami
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

NL Central:

1. St. Louis
2. Cincinnati
3. Milwaukee
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

NL West:

1. San Francisco
2. Arizona
3. Los Angeles
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

Playoffs:

Wild Card

Miami over Cincinatti

NLDS
St. Louis over Miami in 5
Philadelphia over San Francisco in 4

NLCS
Philadelphia over St. Louis in 7

Wild Card

Tampa Bay over Texas

ALDS
Los Angeles over Tampa Bay in 3
New York over Detroit in 5

ALCS
Los Angeles over New York in 5

World Series

Los Angeles over Philedelphia in 6

Awards:

AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL CY Young - Justin Verlander
AL ROTY - Matt Moore
NL MVP - Giancarlo Stanton
NL CY Young - Clayton Kershaw
NL ROTY - Devin Mesoraco

No Hitters: Kershaw, Verlander, Hamels

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04-01-2012, 09:17 AM
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AL East: Upset, Toronto wins! Wild card: Yankees. AL Central: Tigers in a runaway. AL West: Angels win. Runner up: other wild card, Texas.
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NL East: Atlanta, runner up: Philadelphia. NL Central: Milwaukee repeats. NL West: Giants win it, Dodgers are wild card.

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AL East
*1. Tampa Bay
*2. New York
3. Toronto
4. Boston
5. Baltimore

AL Central
*1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Kansas City
4. Minnesota
5. Chicago

AL West
*1. Texas
*2. Los Angeles
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL East
*1. Philadelphia
2. Miami
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

NL Central
*1. Cincinnati
*2. Milwaukee
3. St. Louis
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

NL West
*1. Arizona
*2. Los Angeles
3. San Francisco
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

Playoffs
Angels over Yankees
Dodgers over Brewers

Rangers over Angels
Rays over Tigers
Diamondbacks over Dodgers
Phillies over Reds

Rays over Rangers
Diamondbacks over Phillies

Rays over Diamondbacks (MVP: Evan Longoria)

Awards
AL MVP: Robinson Cano
NL MVP: Joey Votto
AL Cy Young: Jered Weaver
NL Cy Young: Roy Halladay
AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Moore
NL Rookie of the Year: Yonder Alonso
AL Manager of the Year: Joe Maddon
NL Manager of the Year: Kirk Gibson

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Most popular Champ was the Angels.

D-Backs also seem like a popular pick to make the World Series. A lot of these guys took them and I believe Jon Heyman has them in the WS too.

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04-04-2012, 12:07 PM
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AL East
*1. New York
*2. Tampa
3. Boston
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore

AL Central
*1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Chicago
4. Minnesota
5. Kansas City

AL West
*1. Texas
*2. Los Angeles
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL East
*1. Philadelphia
2. Miami
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

NL Central
*1. St Louis
*2. Milwaukee
3. Cinci
4. Pitt
5. Chicago
6. Houston

NL West
*1. Arizona
*2. San Fran
3. LA
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

Phillies over Tigers in WS.

Awards
AL MVP: Adrian Gonzalez
NL MVP: Matt Holliday
AL Cy Young: Jered Weaver
NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw
AL Rookie of the Year: Mike Trout
NL Rookie of the Year: Yonder Alonso

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04-04-2012, 03:00 PM
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AL East
Yankees
Rays

Red Sox
Blue Jays
Orioles

AL Central
Tigers

Indians
Twins
Royals
White Sox

AL West
Rangers
Angels

Mariners
A's

NL East
Phillies
Marlins

Braves
Nationals
Mets

NL Central
Reds

Cardinals
Brewers
Pirates
Cubs
Astros

NL West
Rockies
D'Backs

Dodgers
Giants
Padres

Tigers over Marlins in the WS.

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jays will win the AL

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AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL Cy Young - Dan Haren
AL Rookie of the Year - Matt Moore

NL MVP - Justin Upton
NL Cy Young - Clay Kershaw
NL Rookie of the Year - Devan Mesoraco

AL East
1. Rays
2. Yankees*
3. Blue Jays
4. Red Sox
5. Orioles

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Royals
3. Twins
4. Cleveland
5. White Sox

West
1. Angels
2. Rangers*
3. Mariners
4. A's

NL

NL East
1. Phillies
2. Braves*
3. Nationals
4. Marlins
5. Mets

NL West
1. Giants
2. Diamondbacks
3. Rockies
4. Dodgers
5. Padres

NL Central
1. Cardinals
2. Reds*
3. Brewers
4. Pirates
5. Cubs
6. Astros

World Series: Tigers over Braves

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AL MVP- Cabrera, DET
AL CY Young- Lester, BOS
AL ROTY- Moore, TB
NL MVP- Votto, CIN
NL CY Young- Tempted to pick Kershaw again but I'll go Lincecum, SF
NL ROTY- Mesoraco, CIN

AL East:

1. TB
2. BOS
3. NYY
4. TOR
5. BAL

AL Central:

1. DET
2. KC
3. CLE
4. MIN
5. CWS

AL West:

1. TEX
2. LAA
3. SEA
4. OAK

NL East

1. PHI
2. WAS
3. ATL
4. MIA
5. NYM

NL CENTRAL:

1. CIN
2. MIL
3. STL
4. PIT
5. CHC
6. HOU

NL WEST

1. SF
2. LAD
3. AZ
4. COL
5. SD

Wild Cards- WAS/MIL, BOS/LAA

World Series: Rays over Reds in 6

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The Twins are going to be much better this year. Everyone's healthy (knock on wood), and there's no way they're as bad as last year. Certainly not going be able to compete with the Tigers but I'm predicting they come 2nd in the division.

AL Central should go:

Tigers
Twins
Royals
White Sox
Indians

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So who had Baltimore and Oakland in the playoffs?? I want to buy you a case of beer.

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Got Nats making playoffs and Reds winning the division right.

A whole bunch of wrongs. Had Orioles and A's finishing last in their divisions. Had White Sox second last and also had Arizona winning the division. oops.

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* = wildcard

AL East:

1. Tampa Bay
2. New York
3. Boston
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore


AL Central:

1. Detroit

2. Kansas City
3. Chicago
4. Cleveland
5. Minnesota


AL West:

1. Texas
2. Los Angeles*
3. Seattle
4. Oakland



NL East:

1. Miami
2. Washington*
3. Philadelphia
4. Atlanta
5. New York


NL Central:

1. Cincinnati
2. Chicago
3. Milwaukee
4. St. Louis
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston


NL West:

1. Los Angeles
2. Arizona
3. Colorado
4. San Francisco
5. San Diego


AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
Well, some good predictions and some very bad.

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AL MVP - Adrian Gonzalez
AL CY Young - Jared Weaver
AL ROTY - Jesus Montero
NL MVP - Joey Votto
NL CY Young - Cliff Lee
NL ROTY - Drew Pomeranz


AL
East
1. New York
2. Boston*
3. Tampa
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore

Central
1. Detroit
2. Cleveland
3. Kansas City
4. Minnesota
5. Chicago

West
1. Texas
2. Anaheim
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL
East
1. Philadelphia
2. Atlanta
3. Miami
4. Washington
5. New York

Central
1. Cincinnati
2. St. Louis
3. Milwaukee
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

West
1. Arizona
2. San Francisco*
3. Colorado
4. Los Angeles
5. San Diego

World Series
Yankees over Diamondbacks

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AL East:
1. New York
2. Tampa Bay
3. Boston
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore

AL Central:
1. Detroit
2. Kansas City
3. Minnesota
4. Cleveland
5. Chicago

AL West:
1. Los Angeles
2. Texas
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL East:
1. Philadelphia
2. Miami
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

NL Central:
1. St. Louis
2. Cincinnati
3. Milwaukee
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

NL West:
1. San Francisco
2. Arizona
3. Los Angeles
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

Playoffs:
Wild Card
Miami over Cincinatti

NLDS
St. Louis over Miami in 5
Philadelphia over San Francisco in 4

NLCS
Philadelphia over St. Louis in 7

Wild Card
Tampa Bay over Texas

ALDS
Los Angeles over Tampa Bay in 3
New York over Detroit in 5

ALCS
Los Angeles over New York in 5

World Series
Los Angeles over Philedelphia in 6

Awards:
AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL CY Young - Justin Verlander
AL ROTY - Matt Moore
NL MVP - Giancarlo Stanton
NL CY Young - Clayton Kershaw
NL ROTY - Devin Mesoraco

No Hitters: Kershaw, Verlander, Hamels
Bolded what I got right, pretty ******.

Updated WS: Tigers over Nationals

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AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL CY Young - Justin Verlander
AL ROTY - Matt Moore (HM: Mike Trout/Jesus Montero)
NL MVP - Matt Kemp
NL CY Young - Clayton Kershaw
NL ROTY - Devin Mesoraco


AL
East
1. New York
2. Tampa Bay*
3. Boston
4. Toronto
5. Baltimore

Central
1. Detroit
2. Minnesota
3. Cleveland
4. Chicago
5. Kansas City

West
1. Texas
2. Anaheim*
3. Seattle
4. Oakland

NL
East
1. Philadelphia
2. Atlanta
3. Miami
4. Washington
5. New York

Central
1. St. Louis
2. Cincinnati*
3. Milwaukee
4. Pittsburgh
5. Chicago
6. Houston

West
1. San Francisco
2. Arizona*
3. Los Angeles
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

(2-4 in the East was tough. I think the NL East beat each other up and ARZ takes the other Wild Card)

World Series
Tigers > Phillies
Got 3 of 5 in each league.

Epic fail on the Phillies. Mistakingly thought the NL East would be better and beat up each other changed my initial Braves pick to the D-Backs. I had Washington as being good but still had them 4th and lower than Florida

Had Oakland and Baltimore in last

As for awards. Fail on Kemp and Mesoraco. Kershaw will probably finish behind Dickey and Cueto.
Might get Miggy and JV right. Had Trout as an HM for ALROY as him vs. Moore was a toss up for me.

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