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Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

Posted on: February 6, 2010 7:56 pm
 
I know it's a little bit early, but I'm going to kick off the predictions for this baseball season.

Division Standings-

AL East
Yankees
Red Sox
Rays
Orioles
Blue Jays

AL Central
Twins
White Sox
Tigers
Royals
Indians

AL West
Mariners
Angels
Rangers
Athletics

NL East
Phillies
Braves
Mets
Marlins
Nationals

NL Central
Cardinals
Cubs
Brewers
Reds
Astros
Pirates

NL West
Dodgers
Giants
Rockies
Diamondbacks
Padres

Playoffs-

Yankees over Twins
Mariners over Red Sox

Phillies over Giants
Cardinals over Dodgers

Mariners over Yankees

Phillies over Cardinals

Phillies over Mariners

AL MVP- Mark Teixeira
NL MVP- Albert Pujols
AL Cy Young- Josh Beckett
NL Cy Young- Tim Lincecum
AL MOY- Don Wakamatsu
NL MOY- Bruce Bochy



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nancy cheery
Since: Jan 11, 2012
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Since: Mar 31, 2007
Posted on: April 24, 2010 10:07 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

rangers are also under .500....



Since: Feb 3, 2007
Posted on: April 19, 2010 7:10 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

Yo Packman did i ever tell you that your fucking dumb. Rangers have Pitching and Defense ya dunce.



Since: Dec 2, 2006
Posted on: April 2, 2010 4:41 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

Only a couple of day unitl first pitch- let's do this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NOTICE THAT MY PREDICTIONS START WITH THE NATIONAL LEAGUE AND WORK FROM WEST COAST TO EAST- AS THEY SHOULD!


Division Standings-

NL West






NL Central







NL East






AL West





AL Central






AL East








Playoffs-

Yankees over Twins
Red Sox over Angels
 
Cardinals over Giants
Dodgers over Phillies

Red Sox over Yankees

Dodgers over Cardinals

Red Sox over Dodgers

AL MVP- Alex Rodriguez
NL MVP-
AL Cy Young- John Lackey
NL Cy Young-
AL MOY- Mike Scoscia
NL MOY- Bruce Bochy



Since: Apr 1, 2010
Posted on: April 1, 2010 5:32 am
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

American League:        

East:
1. New York Yankees - Yes a very easy pick but a note that i would like to mention is that they basicly replaced Damon with Granderson. Thats such a huge upgrade.
2. Boston Redsox - Pitching staff is way to good to miss the post season.
3. Tampa Bay Rays
4. Baltimore Orioles
5. Toronto Blue Jays 

Centreal:
1. Chicago White Sox - I know everybody is picking the Twins and my gut felling was telling me the same, but the one thing with this division, is that it is uncosistant every year. Last year the Twins 09 the year before White Sox 08, Indians in 07, Twins 06, White Sox 05. The last team to win back to back division titles was the 03 04 wins. I mean in 05 the sox won the seires and missed in 06. The Tigers went to the World Seires in 06 had a losing record in 07 the Indians almost went to the W.S in 07 missed in 08. The twins will be very good this year but i dont belive in there pitching staff witch is why i like the soxs in 10.
2. Twins- Read above
3. Detriot Tigers- will be much better down the road.
4. Indians.
5. Royals- the only thing you can count on in this division. :(

West:
1. Los Angeles Angles - Best pitching staff in this division is why they always win it.
2. Seattle Mairners- They made alot of good off season moves to compete with the Angles but it's just not gonna happen. they would be better suited for a wild card possible but we all know thats reserved for the Red Sox / Yanks
3. Texas Rangers - No pitching
4. Oakland A's - well no anything.

Seedings:
1. New York Yankees
2. Los Angeles Angles
3. Chicago White Sox
4. Boston Red Sox

A.L.D.S.
1. New York Yankees 3-1
3. Chicago White Sox   

2. Los Angeles Angles 3-2
4. Boston Red Sox        

A.L.C.S.
1. New York Yankees 4-2
2. Los Angeles Angles


American League MVP - Mark Texxerria

American League Cy Young - Zack Grenkie - if he played for a better team he would have had over 20+ wins last year. this guy will win several

American League Manager of the Year: Ozzie G

National League:

East:
Philadelphia Phillies - Best team in the NL. the Brave, Marlins and Mets will all be very competive this year but the Phillies are just hands down better then them all.
Atlanta Braves
Florida Marlins
New York Mets - i mean lol the have 1 good pitcher and he cant even stay healthy.
Washington Nats

Centeral:
St,Louis Cardinals - If carpenter can stay healthy and Holladay can produce #'s like he did last year they will win this division again.
Chicago Cubs - iam a cubs fan so it's hard for me to predict what there gonna do. I mean there good then there bad then there good then there bad. I think on paper there good enough to do anything but unfortantley iam not giving them more then a Wild Card and there one and done. The got decent pitching, the hittings there it just dissapeared last year. this biggest problem is the bullpen.
Cinncinnatti Reds: - Dont be supprised if there this years supprise team. i think theve assembled a great ball club and would not supprise me if they get there first winning season in nearly 15years.
Millwaukee Brewers
Pittsburgh Pirates
Houston Astros - god they just look bad all of the sudden.

West:
1. Colorado Rockies - I really like the rockies this year. I know alot of people are taking the dodgers, but i think there gonna have a down year. Rockies look solid.
2. San Fran Cisco Giants - would not be supprised to see them win the division.
3. Los Angeles Dodgers - like i said and i could be worng but iam thinking a down year.
4. Arizona D-Backs - really pretty good when there healthy
5. San Deigo Padres

Seedings:

1. Philadelphia Phillies
2. St,Louis Cardinals
3. Colorado Rockies
4. San Fran Sico Giants

N.L.D.S.
1. Philadelphia Phillies 3-0
4. San Fran Sico Giants

2. St,Louis Cardinals
3. Colorado Rockies 3-2

N.L.C.S.
1. Philadelphia Phillies
3. Colorado Rockies 4-3 - Why not. It's just back to back to back trips to the world seires is hard to imagine. in a sport that at times seem so predictable, it would be nice to see a few upsets here and there.

World Seires
New York Yankees 4-0 witch leaves us with another boring a$$ world Seires.
vs
Colorado Rockies

MVP - C.C. Cabathia

N.L. MVP - Albert Pujols
N.L. Cy young - Docs a easy pick so i wont do it, ill go with s shot in the dark and say Wainwright.

N.L. Manager of the year - Jim Tracy



Since: Mar 22, 2010
Posted on: March 31, 2010 11:52 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

AL East

Yankees
Red Sox
Rays
Blue Jays
Orioles

AL Central

Twins
Tigers
White Sox
Royals
Indians

AL West

Rangers 
Mariners
Angels
Athletics

NL East

Phillies
Braves
Marlins
Nationals
Mets

NL Central

Brewers
Cardinals
Cubs
Astros
Reds
Pirates

NL West

Dodgers
Giants
Rockies
Padres
Diamondbacks

ALDS

Yankees over Rangers
Twins over Red Sox

NLDS

Phillies over Cardinals
Dodgers over Brewers

ALCS

Yankees over Twins

NLCS

Phillies over Dodgers

World Series

Yankees over Phillies, 4-1




Since: Mar 18, 2009
Posted on: March 31, 2010 2:06 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

Philly cant play mets in first round of playoffs



Since: Sep 26, 2006
Posted on: March 31, 2010 1:04 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

I will tell you one thing right now. There is no way Josh Beckett is winning the Cy Young Award.  King Felix will probably win it and if not him it will be Greinke, Sabathia, or even Lester



Since: Mar 29, 2010
Posted on: March 29, 2010 11:43 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

OK genius you just claimed to know the rules of divisional non-playing in the playoffs yet you have the Cards and Cubs playing eachother!!!!

And seriously noway will the Cubs make it or to the guy claiming the Brew Crew will make the WS NOT even the playoffs, they have NO pitching and the Cubs are going to have to start rebuilding this year too old and NO pitching!



Since: Feb 25, 2010
Posted on: March 28, 2010 6:12 pm
 

Starting the 2010 MLB Predictions

Your projections might have to change because the Phillies can not play the Mets in the first round, they are in the same division so they can not by rule face each otherLaughing



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