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my picks from that predictions thread a while ago.

whats most important is that the yankees suck

National League

East

Atlanta Braves

Philadelphia Phillies

Florida Marlins

Montreal Expos

New York Mets

Central

Chicago Cubs

St. Louis Cardinals

Houston Astros

Pittsburgh Pirates

Cincinnati Reds

Milwaukee Brewers

West

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

East

Boston Red Sox

Baltimore Orioles

New York Yankees

Toronto Blue Jays

Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Central

Kansas City Royals

Minnesota Twins

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Detroit Tigers

West

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

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Great to see the Yankees get plastered by the :laugh: Devil Rays. :laugh:

Harold Reynolds predicted on Baseball Tonight that Tampa Bay would finish 3rd in that division.. bold prediction

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my picks from that predictions thread a while ago.

whats most important is that the yankees suck

National League

East

Atlanta Braves

Philadelphia Phillies

Florida Marlins

Montreal Expos

New York Mets

Central

Chicago Cubs

St. Louis Cardinals

Houston Astros

Pittsburgh Pirates

Cincinnati Reds

Milwaukee Brewers

West

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

East

Boston Red Sox

Baltimore Orioles

New York Yankees

Toronto Blue Jays

Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Central

Kansas City Royals

Minnesota Twins

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Detroit Tigers

West

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

A little biased aren't we. :laugh:

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cubbies all the way this year!! hehe, i've said that in this thread for the past 3 years i've been here :)

I just hope that Prior's injury isn't going to linger all season.

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cubbies all the way this year!!  hehe, i've said that in this thread for the past 3 years i've been here :)

and ive said braves over red sox every year.. like ever.. still got a warm spot for the cubs though.. wrigley is probably my favorite ballpark.. it and fenway are really close, ive just been to more games at wrigley

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I just hope that Prior's injury isn't going to linger all season.

yeah, didn't he have the injury at the end of last year? thats a long recovery time...hopefully he's ok...

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Well, the season starts for real tomorrow so I thought I'd share what I thought. First, the whole Japan thing was a dumb idea. It was cool the first time with the Cubs-Mets, but I agree with some of the sportswriters in that they should promote it here in the US first.

Predictions:

AL East: Yanks, Red Sox, Jays, Orioles, DRays

AL Cent: Royals, White Sox, Twins, Indians, Tigers

AL West: Angels, A's, Mariners, Rangers

NL East: Phils, Braves, Marlins, Expos, Mets

NL Cent: Cubs, Astros, Cards, Brewers, Pirates, Reds

NL West: DBacks, Giants, Padres, Dodgers, Rockies

WC: Red Sox, Astros

ALCS: Red Sox over Angels

NLCS: Cubs over Phils

MVP: Vlad, Sosa

Cy: Schilling, Wood

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Atlanta, are you kidding me? I don't think they'll win that division this year. Not strong enough, using a few new guys.

I do agree in Wood for Cy Young, he's pitching unbelievable, and Sosa is mastering the baseball right now, he's absolutely killing everyone at the plate.

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BTW, why isn't Opening Day a national holiday? I'd gladly exchange it for a worthless one like Columbus Day. :p

i just make it a holiday.. i asked off from work and i'll be leaving school early for the game.. some things are just more important

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i just make it a holiday.. i asked off from work and i'll be leaving school early for the game.. some things are just more important

haha, nice!

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The only thing(s) I care about this season are 1) whether the Braves can cut payroll and still win the NL East 2) if the A's can lose another MVP and still win the AL West 3) pray that the Yankees choke on all of their money. It's all I care about every year. And every year, it's the same thing. So, why change? :laugh:

Seriously, though, I can't wait until tonight's ESPN game. Those Japan games didn't mean shyt to me, tonight/tomorrow is the real Opening Day.

World Series: A's/Braves

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*anita sadly looks forward to another long season for her beloved reds. a microscopic payroll, trading good players for prospects that MIGHT be something in 3-4 yrs, and carl lindner dodging questions about why he won't build a competitive team in cincinnati even after the taxpayers were promised one if they approved a tax for a new stadium. instead of answering those questions, he talks about his philathopic good deeds. dammit you stingy son of a bitch you need to think of the reds as worthwhile cause and get us a team that's not the joke of the ****ing major league*

:cry: :angry:

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*anita sadly looks forward to another long season for her beloved reds. a microscopic payroll, trading good players for prospects that MIGHT be something in 3-4 yrs, and carl lindner dodging questions about why he won't build a competitive team in cincinnati even after the taxpayers were promised one if they approved a tax for a new stadium. instead of answering those questions, he talks about his philathopic good deeds. dammit you stingy son of a bitch you need to think of the reds as worthwhile cause and get us a team that's not the joke of the ****ing major league*

:cry: :angry:

hey hey dont get so down. we're all still undefeated.. its a long season and anything can happen in baseball

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Javy homers on the first pitch he sees as an Oriole.. i hope he does well in Atlanta, he was a class act on and off the field in Atlanta.. had the pleasure of meeting him twice, very down to earth

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