2004 MLB Predictions

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It's that time again. Pitchers and catchers will begin reporting to camp in the next couple of days for most teams, and most teams rosters have taken shape. This has been one of, if not the most active offseason i can remember. While most of the activity has been centered in the AL East, teams all around the league have made big moves, Clemens coming out of retirement to play in houston with Petitte.. Pudge signing with the Tigers.. JD Drew coming to Atlanta.. and plenty of other moves...

so.. as spring training is about to get under way, here you can make your predictions for 2004

ill start..

National League


Atlanta Braves

Philadelphia Phillies

Florida Marlins

Montreal Expos

New York Mets


Chicago Cubs

St. Louis Cardinals

Houston Astros

Pittsburgh Pirates

Cincinnati Reds

Milwaukee Brewers


San Francisco Giants

San Diego Padres

Arizona Diamondbacks

Los Angeles Dodgers

Colorado Rockies

NL Wild Card - St. Louis Cardinals

NL Champion - Atlanta Braves

American League


Boston Red Sox

Baltimore Orioles

New York Yankees

Toronto Blue Jays

Tampa Bay Devil Rays


Kansas City Royals

Minnesota Twins

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Detroit Tigers


Seattle Mariners

Anaheim Angels

Oakland A's

Texas Rangers

AL Wild Card - Baltimore Orioles

AL Champion - Boston Red Sox

World Series - Atlanta over Boston in 7

My picks are unbiased of course :whistle:

Things to look for in 04

* Maddux's 300th victory

* Bonds passing Willie Mays on the home run list, possibly hitting 700th home run.

* The Yankees all star team sucking.

* Likely the final season for the Expos in Montreal.

* New Stadiums in Philadelphia and San Diego

* Fred McGriff's 500th home run

* much more

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Since I am also unbiased :whistle: I'll have to agree with everything you've put.

I do think the A's will either win the West or get the Wild Card, though. I know they lost Tejada but somehow, someway, they've managed to keep coming up with homegrown talent. Gotta love the A's and Warriors - crappy payrolls, good talent, hardest damn working teams.

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NL East Champ

Atlanta Braves

NL Central Champ

Houston Astros

NL West Champ

Los Angeles Dodgers

NL Wild Card - St. Louis Cardinals

NL Champion - Houston Astros

AL East Champ

Boston Red Sox

AL Central Champ

Chicago White Sox

AL West Champ

Anaheim Angels

AL Wild Card - New York Yankees

AL Champion - <homer>Boston Red Sox</homer>

World Series - Boston over Houston in 6 (Schilling over Clemens)

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American League

East - Yankees

West - A's

Central - Royals

Wildcard - Orioles

National League

East - Braves

West - Padres

Central - Cubs

Wildcard - Expos (somehow.. someway..)

World Series - Yankees over Cubs in 6 (go yanks!)

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NLE - Marlins

NLW - Giants

NLC - Cubs

NLWC - Astros

NL Champ - Cubs

ALE - Yanks

ALW - Angels

ALC - Tigers (Sleeper) :whistle:

ALWC - Redsox

AL Champ - Yanks

WS Champs - Yanks in 4

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wow the braves? I think they lost way too much this past offseason to still be able to win first in their division. I'd say it's going to Philly instead.

yeah.. werent the braves supposed to not stand a chance last year? and the phillies were supposed to finally end the run... when youve won the division 12 times in a row, its hard to say they cant do it one more time. they keep proving the critics wrong. Until October that is.. :pinch:

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NL east- Braves

NL west- Giants

NL central- Cubs

NL wildcard- Astros

NL champion- Cubs

AL east- Yankees

AL west- A's

AL central- Indians

AL wildcard- Redsox

AL champion- Yankees

World series champion- Cubs over the Yanks in 7

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