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American League

 

East

 

Red Sox

Orioles

Yankees

Blue Jays

Rays

 

Central

 

Tigers

White Sox

Royals

Indians

Twins

 

West

 

Mariners

Angels

Athletics

Astros

Rangers

 

National League

 

East

 

Nationals

Marlins

Mets

Braves

Phillies

 

Central

 

Cardinals

Cubs

Pirates

Reds

Brewers

 

West

 

Dodgers

Padres

Giants

Rockies

Diamondbacks

 

AL Wild Cards: White Sox, Angels

NL Wild Cards: Marlins, Padres

 

AL Champion: White Sox

NL Champion: Padres

 

World Series Champion: Padres

 

AL MVP: Jose Abreu

NL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton

 

AL Cy Young: Felix Hernandez

NL Cy Young: Max Scherzer

 

AL Rookie of the Year: Rusney Castillo

NL Rookie of the Year: Jorge Soler

 

AL Manager of the Year: Robin Ventura

NL Manager of the Year: Mike Redmond

 

 

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The Padres have gotten better. Not sure why all the hate for the pick.

 

​probably because they arent the best team in the NL.

 

​The best team doesn't always win the World Series. Were the Giants the best team in the NL last year? Were the Royals the best team in the AL? No, they just made the playoffs and got hot. If you think a team is good enough to compete for a playoff spot, it's not absurd to think of them as World Series contenders.

 

 

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American League

 

East

 

Orioles

Red Sox

Blue Jays

Yankees

Rays

 

Central

 

Tigers

Indians

Royals

White Sox

Twins

 

West

 

Angels

Mariners

Athletics

Astros

Rangers

 

National League

 

East

 

Nationals

Marlins

Mets

Braves

Phillies

 

Central

 

Cardinals

Pirates

Cubs

Brewers

Reds

 

West

 

Dodgers

Giants

Padres

Rockies

Diamondbacks

 

AL Wild Cards: Mariners, Red Sox

NL Wild Cards: Marlins, Giants

 

AL Champion: Orioles

NL Champion: Dodgers

 

World Series Champion: Orioles

 

AL MVP: Mike Trout

NL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton

 

AL Cy Young: Felix Hernandez

NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw

 

AL Rookie of the Year: Carlos Rodon

NL Rookie of the Year: Kris Bryant

 

AL Manager of the Year: Lloyd McClendon

NL Manager of the Year: Bud Black

 

 

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American League

 

East

 

Blue JaysOriolesRed SoxYankeesRays

 

Central

 

IndiansTigersWhite SoxRoyalsTwins

 

West

 

AthleticsMarinersAngelsAstrosRangers

 

National League

 

East

 

Marlins NationalsMetsBravesPhillies

 

Central

 

CardinalsCubsPiratesRedsBrewers

 

West

 

DodgersPadresGiantsRockiesDiamondbacks

 

AL Wild Cards: Mariners, OriolesNL Wild Cards: Nationals, Cubs

 

AL Champion: AthleticsNL Champion: Marlins

 

World Series Champion:Marlins

 

AL MVP: Josh DonaldsonNL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton

 

AL Cy Young: Danny SalazarNL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw

 

AL Rookie of the Year: Francisco LindorNL Rookie of the Year: Joc Pederson

 

AL Manager of the Year: John GibbonsNL Manager of the Year: Mike Redmond

 

 

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American League

 

East

 

Red Sox

Orioles

Blue Jays

Yankees

Rays

 

Central

 

Tigers

Royals

Indians

White Sox

Twins

 

West

 

Angels

Mariners

Athletics

Astros

Rangers

 

National League

 

East

 

Marlins

Nationals

Mets

Braves

Phillies

 

Central

 

Pirates

Cardinals

Cubs

Brewers

Reds

 

West

 

Dodgers

Padres

Giants

Rockies

Diamondbacks

 

AL Wild Cards: Mariners, Orioles

NL Wild Cards: Nationals, Cardinals

 

AL Champion: Tigers

NL Champion: Dodgers

 

World Series Champion: Dodgers

 

AL MVP: Robinson Cano (Hanley Ramirez once again a close second)

NL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton

 

AL Cy Young: Chris Sale

NL Cy Young: Jon Lester

 

AL Rookie of the Year: Aaron Sanchez

NL Rookie of the Year: Kris Bryant

 

AL Manager of the Year: Brad Ausmus

NL Manager of the Year: Mike Redmond

 

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AL East

 

  1. Red Sox
  2. Orioles
  3. NY Yankees
  4. Blue Jays
  5. Rays

AL Central

 

  1. Indians
  2. White Sox (WC)
  3. Tigers
  4. Royals
  5. Twins

AL West

 

  1. Mariners
  2. Angels (WC)
  3. Oakland
  4. Houston
  5. Rangers

NL East

 

  1. Nationals
  2. Marlins (WC)
  3. NY Mets
  4. Phillies
  5. Braves

NL Central

 

  1. Cardinals
  2. Cubs
  3. Pirates
  4. Reds
  5. Brewers

NL West

 

  1. Dodgers
  2. Padres (WC)
  3. Giants
  4. Diamondbacks
  5. Rockies

World Series - Dodgers vs Indians

 

 

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American League

 

East

 

Red SoxBlue JaysYankeesOriolesRays

 

Central

 

TigersWhite SoxRoyalsIndiansTwins

 

West

 

MarinersAngelsAthleticsRangersAstros

 

National League

 

East

 

NationalsMarlinsMetsBravesPhillies

 

Central

 

CardinalsCubsPiratesBrewersReds

 

West

 

DodgersGiantsPadresDiamondbacksRockies

 

AL Wild Cards: Blue Jays, AngelsNL Wild Cards: Giants, Marlins

 

AL Champion: MarinersNL Champion: Dodgers

 

World Series Champion:Dodgers

 

AL MVP: Robinson CanoNL MVP: Andrew McCutchen

 

AL Cy Young: Felix HernandezNL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw

 

AL Rookie of the Year: Aaron Sanchez, TORNL Rookie of the Year: Jorge Soler, CHC

 

AL Manager of the Year: Lloyd McClendonNL Manager of the Year: Don Mattingly

 

Yeah for some odd reason I think Seattle is going to have a really good year.

 

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Well said @Erick

 

Look @Das Texan, I never said the Padres were the best team in the NL. I picked them as a Wild-Card! That doesn't mean they can't be a WS champ. Do you give them no chance of making the playoffs?

 

 

Well said @Erick

 

Look @Das Texan, I never said the Padres were the best team in the NL. I picked them as a Wild-Card! That doesn't mean they can't be a WS champ. Do you give them no chance of making the playoffs?

 

​Y'all know wild card teams never win the WS

 

 

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Guest Vince0926

Miami (92-70) -

Washington (88-74) 4

New York (83-79) 9

Atlanta (77-85) 15

Philadelphia (70-92) 22

 

St. Louis (94-68) -

Pittsburgh (85-77) 9

Chicago (84-78) 10

Milwaukee (80-82) 14

Cincinnati (72-90) 22

 

Los Angeles (97-65) -

San Diego (87-75) 10

San Francisco (82-80) 15

Arizona (74-88) 23

Colorado (66-96) 31

 

Wild Card

Washington (88-74) -

San Diego (87-75) -

Pittsburgh (85-77) 2

Chicago (84-78) 3

New York (83-79) 4

San Francisco (82-80) 5

Milwaukee (80-82) 7

Atlanta (77-85) 10

Arizona (74-88) 13

Cincinnati (72-90) 15

Philadelphia (70-92) 17

Colorado (66-96) 21

 

Wild Card - SD @ WAS - SD

NLDS #1 - SD @ LA - LA in 3

NLDS #2 - MIA @ STL - MIA in 4

NLCS - MIA @ LA - MIA in 7

WS - SEA @ MIA - MIA in 6

 

Boston (94-68) -

Baltimore (89-73) 5

Toronto (83-79) 11

New York (78-84) 16

Tampa Bay (76-86) 18

 

Chicago (88-74) -

Detroit (84-78) 4

Kansas City (81-81) 7

Cleveland (79-83) 9

Minnesota (69-93) 19

 

Seattle (99-63) -

Los Angeles (91-71) 8

Oakland (85-77) 14

Houston (75-87) 24

Texas (64-98) 35

 

WILD CARD

Los Angeles (91-71) -

Baltimore (89-73) -

Oakland (85-77) 4

Detroit (84-78) 5

Toronto (83-79) 6

Kansas City (81-81) 8

Cleveland (79-83) 10

New York (78-84) 11

Tampa Bay (76-86) 13

Houston (75-87) 14

Minnesota (69-93) 20

Texas (64-98) 25

 

Wild Card - BAL @ LAA - LAA

ALDS #1 - LAA @ SEA - SEA in 5

ALDS #2 - CHW @ BOS - BOS in 3

ALCS - BOS @ SEA - SEA in 6

WS - SEA @ MIA - MIA in 6

 

 

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American League

 

AL East

Toronto Blue Jays (91-71)

Boston Red Sox (86-76)

Baltimore Orioles (83-79)

New York Yankees (77-85)

Tampa Bay Rays (73-89)

 

AL Central

Detroit Tigers (87-75)

Cleveland Indians (85-77)

Kansas City Royals (81-81)

Chicago White Sox (79-83)

Minnesota Twins (70-92)

 

AL West

LA Angels (92-70)

Seattle Mariners (87-75)

Oakland A’s (81-81)

Houston Astros (76-86)

Texas Rangers (63-99)

 

National League

 

NL East

Washington Nationals (98-64)

Miami Marlins (86-76)

New York Mets (82-80)

Atlanta Braves (75-87)

Philadelphia Phillies (69-93)

 

NL Central

St. Louis Cardinals (88-74)

Chicago Cubs (86-76)

Pittsburgh Pirates (82-80)

Cincinnati Reds (75-87)

Milwaukee Brewers (73-89)

 

NL West

LA Dodgers (90-72)

San Diego Padres (85-77)

Colorado Rockies (77-85)

San Francisco Giants (76-86)

Arizona D-Backs (73-89)

 

MLB Wild Card Round

Boston Red Sox vs. Seattle Mariners (Red Sox win)

Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs (Cubs win)

 

ALDS

LA Angels vs. Boston Red Sox (Red Sox in 4)

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers (Tigers in 3)

 

ALCS

Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers (Red Sox in 6)

 

NLDS

Washington Nationals vs. Chicago Cubs (Nationals in 5)

St. Louis Cardinals vs. LA Dodgers (LA Dodgers in 5)

 

NLCS

Washington Nationals vs. LA Dodgers (Nationals in 6)

 

World Series

Washington Nationals vs. Boston Red Sox (Nationals in 5)

World Series MVP: Jayson Werth (WAS)

 

MLB Awards

AL MVP: Mike Trout (LAA); 2nd place: Hanley Ramirez (BOS) 3rd place: Robinson Cano (SEA)

NL MVP: Yasiel Puig (LAD); 2nd place: Bryce Harper (WASH); 3rd place: Giancarlo Stanton (MIA)

AL Cy Young: Chris Sale (CWS); 2nd place: Felix Hernandez (SEA); 3rd place: Sonny Gray (OAK)

NL Cy Young: Madison Bumgarner (SF); 2nd place: Michael Wacha (STL); 3rd place: Clayton Kershaw (LAD)

AL Rookie of the Year: Rusney Castillo (BOS); 2nd place: Steven Souza (TB); 3rd place: Carlos Rodon (CWS)

NL Rookie of the Year (not named Kris Bryant): Aaron Nola (PHI); 2nd place: Joc Pederson (LAD); 3rd place: Jorge Soler (CHI)

AL Manager of the Year: John Gibbons (TOR); 2nd place : John Farrell (BOS); 3rd place: Lloyd McClendon (SEA)

NL Manager of the Year: Mike Redmond (MIA); 2nd place: Matt Williams (WAS); Joe Maddon (CHI)

AL Rolaids Relief: Cody Allen (CLE); 2nd place: Brett Cecil (TOR); 3rd place: Huston Street (LAA)

NL Rolaids Relief: Drew Storen (WAS); 2nd place: Steve Cishek (MIA); 3rd place: Joaquin Benoit (SD)

AL Comeback Player of the Year: Justin Verlander (DET); 2nd place: Josh Hamilton (LAA); Manny Machado (BAL)

NL Comeback Player of the Year: Brandon Beachy (LAD); 2nd place: Matt Harvey (NYM); 3rd place: Carlos Gonzalez (COL)

 

 

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Dim, excellent pick for your prediction of kansas city lol. But your predictions are good but man, hope youre wrong. Think giants are that bad?

 

 

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Allright boys and girls:

 

NL East:

 

Washington

 

Miami

 

New York

 

Atlanta

 

Philadelphia

 

NL Central:

 

St. Louis

 

Pittsburgh

 

Cincinatti

 

Chicago

 

Milwaukee

 

NL West:

 

Los Angeles

 

San Diego

 

San Francisco

 

Arizona

 

Colorado

 

Wild cards: Pittsburgh, Miami

 

NL Champion: Washington

 

AL East:

 

Baltimore

 

Toronto

 

Boston

 

New York

 

Tampa Bay

 

AL Central:

 

Detroit

 

Cleveland

 

Chicago

 

Kansas City

 

Minnesota

 

AL West:

 

Seattle

 

Los Angeles

 

Houston

 

Oakland

 

Texas

 

Wildcards: Cleveland and Los Angeles

 

AL Champion: Detroit

 

World Series Champion: Detriot

 

 

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General thoughts:

 

I dont get why people love Boston so much. Their pitching is total trash. Their defense is going to be scary bad at times. Hanley will get hurt, Pablo doesnt give a fuck during the regular season. At some point Papi is going to get old.

 

I also dont get the hate for Pittsburgh. They are a close 2nd to St. Louis, could even get over the hump if things go right for them.

 

The NL East is most likely the worst division in baseball with 2 of the 5 worst teams in it.

 

The AL is a dog fight for all but: Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Texas. I could see any team finish 2-4 that I listed in the AL Central. I could see any team finish 1-4 I have listed in the AL East. I like Toronto a lot, BUT, I cant pick a team with so many damn rookies on it to win the division. There is really no dominant team in the AL that I see.

 

I'm not a fan of what the Dodgers have done. But the Padres defense scares me enough that I cant pick them to beat the Dodgers.

 

Miami is going to be real good and they will be helped by the shitacular division they play in.

 

I still dont have a fucking clue what Ruben Amaro Jr is doing.

 

 

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