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I know it's early and alot can change, but how do you think the season will end up?

American League

East:

1. New York

2. Boston

3. Toronto

4. Baltimore

5. Tampa Bay

Central:

1. Minnesota

2. Chicago

3. Detroit

4. Cleveland

5. Kansas City

West:

1. Oakland

2. LA/Anaheim

3. Seattle

4. Texas

National League

East:

1. New York

2. Philadelphia

3. Atlanta

4. Florida

5. Washington

Central:

1. Milwaukee

2. St. Louis

3. Houston

4. Chicago

5. Cincinnati

6. Pittsburgh

West:

1, San Diero

2. Los Angeles

3. San Fransico

4. Arizona

5. Colorado

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I think the Minnesota Twins could win the World Series this year with that great Pitching staff they have

Liriano is supposed to miss all of the 2007 season recovering from Tommy John surgery and Brad Radke retired. So it's Johan Santana and pray for rain...:P

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I think the Minnesota Twins could win the World Series this year with that great Pitching staff they have

Liriano is supposed to miss all of the 2007 season recovering from Tommy John surgery and Brad Radke retired. So it's Johan Santana and pray for rain...:P

Which is kind of hard when you remember they play in a dome...

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American League

East:

1. New York

2. Toronto -WC

3. Boston

4. Baltimore

5. Tampa Bay

Central:

1. Minnesota

2. Detroit

3. Cleveland

4. Chicago

5. Kansas City

West:

1. LA Angels

2. Texas

3. Oakland

4. Seattle

National League

East:

1. Philadelphia

2. Florida- WC

3. NY Mets

4. Atlanta

5. Washington

Central:

1. Milwaukee

2. Chicago

3. St louis

4. Houston

5. Cincinnati

6. Pittsburgh

West:

1, San Diego

2. Los Angeles

3. Arizona

4. San Francisco

5. Colorado

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NL

East

1. New York Mets

2. Philadelphia (Wild Card)

3. Atlanta

4. Florida

5. Washington

Central

1. Houston

2. St.Louis

3. Cincinatti

4. Milwaukee

5. Pittsburgh

6. Chicago Cubs

West

1. San Diego

2. L.A.

3. Arizona

4. San Francisco

5. Colorado

AL

East

1. Boston

2. Toronto (Wild Card) :flagcanada:

3. New York

4. Tampa bay

5. Baltimore

Central

1. Minny

2. Chicago White Sox

3. Detroit

4. Cleveland

5. KC

West

1. Seattle

2. Oakland

3. Anaheim

4. Texas

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AMERICAN LEAGUE:

East:

New York

Toronto

Boston

Baltimore

Tampa Bay

Central:

Detroit

Minnesota

Chicago

Cleveland

Kansas City

West:

Anaheim/Los Angeles

Oakland - Wild Card

Seattle

Texas

NATIONAL LEAGUE:

East:

New York

Florida

Philadelphia

Atlanta

Washington

Central:

Cincinnati

St. Louis - Wild Card

Houston

Milwaukee

Pittsburgh

Chicago

West:

Los Angeles

San Francisco

San Diego

Arizona

Colorado

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AL East

1. Red Sox

2. Blue Jays - WC

3. Yankees

4. Devil Rays

5. Orioles

AL Central

1. Tigers

2. White Sox

3. Indians

4. Twins

5. Royals

AL West

1. Athletics

2. Rangers

3. Angels

4. Mariners

NL East

1. Mets

2. Phillies - WC

3. Braves

4. Marlins

5. Nationals

NL Central

1. Cardinals

2. Cubs

3. Brewers

4. Astros

5. Pirates

6. Reds

NL West

1. Dodgers

2. Padres

3. Diamondbacks

4. Rockies

5. Giants

Predictions:

Joe Torre will be fired after the Yankees miss the playoffs

Matsuzaka makes All-Star Game, but has bad 2nd half as players begin to solve him

In DC, the Nats team record and attendance numbers will resemble the team's last years in Montreal

Dealt at Trade Deadline:

Miguel Tejada (Possibly to Indians, Blue Jays or Cubs)

Adam Dunn (Possibly to Cardinals)

Torii Hunter (Possibly to Cubs)

Jason Jennings (Possibly to Yankees, Blue Jays or Cardinals)

Akinori Otsuka (Possibly to Red Sox)

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AL

East

New York

Toronto

Boston

Tampa Bay

Baltimore

Central

Minnesota (World Champions)

Chicago (Wild Card)

Detroit

Cleveland

Kansas City

West

Anaheim

Oakland

Texas

Seattle

NL

East

Philadelphia

New York

Atlanta

Florida

Washington

Central

St. Louis

Houston

Milwaukee

Chicago

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

West

San Diego

Los Angeles

Arizona

San Francisco

Colorado

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American League

East:

1. Toronto

2. Boston

3. New York

4. Tampa Bay

5. Baltimore

Central:

1. Minnesota

2. Chicago -WC

3. Cleveland

4. Detroit

5. Kansas City

West:

1. LA Angels

2. Oakland

3. Texas

4. Seattle

National League

East:

1. Philadelphia

2. Florida

3. NY Mets

4. Atlanta

5. Washington

Central:

1. Milwaukee

2. St. Louis -WC

3. Chicago

4. Houston

5. Cincinnati

6. Pittsburgh

West:

1, Los Angeles

2. San Diego

3. Arizona

4. San Francisco

5. Colorado

Playoffs:

ALDS:

Minnesota over LA Angels

Chicago over Toronto

NLDS:

Philly over St. Louis

LA Dodgers over Milwaukee

ALCS:

Minnesota over Chicago

NLCS:

LA over Philly

WS:

Minnesota over LA

Awards:

Triple Crown: Albert Pujols

NL MVP: Pujols

AL MVP & Cy Young: Johan Santana

NL Cy Young: Ben Sheets

NL Manager: Ned Yost

AL Manager: John Gibbons

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Do you people ever look at who actually plays for teams instead of going off of what other people say? Anyone that picks Baltimore to finish last is purely idiotic, and there's no other way to put it. You're just f****ng stupid.

Well seeing how Baltamore lost alot of their key players and they came in 4th spot last year ( i think ). They will probally be in the same spot they where last year or even worse like last.

As for the Blue Jays, i think they will be in the same spot as last year. Probally like maken the wild card. They havent really upgraded just replaced some players. Their pitching roatation isnt really strong so they will probally stuggle in the 4th or 5th spot.

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Do you people ever look at who actually plays for teams instead of going off of what other people say? Anyone that picks Baltimore to finish last is purely idiotic, and there's no other way to put it. You're just f****ng stupid.

This prediction is purely based on Tampa's young, but talented team. I think they have a better potential to build chemistry. That's just my opinion.

Few predicted that Toronto would finish ahead of the Red Sox last year. Am I calling everyone who got that wrong "f****ing stupid"? Of course not.

Listen, predictions are predictions, take it with a grain of salt, and if you can't, then you're the one who's stupid.

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