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Division Winners:

NL East: Phillies - pitching is still too good, although I think they'll yet again miss out on the WS.

NL Central: Reds - will bounce back and take over the division after the Brewers lost Fielder(and possibly Braun for the roids suspension).

NL West: Diamondbacks - team was already good/exciting to watch. improved over the offseason and they still have a stellar farm loaded with talent. Giants/Dodgers/DBacks will race to the very end for this division, but in the end I think Arizona wins.

NL Wild card: Nationals - One of the best rotations in baseball if Strasburg remains healthy. A lineup full of potential. Team is definitely on the rise, and will make the NL East very interesting for years to come.

AL East: Yankees - hate them, but they'll run away with the division..... then get bounced in the postseason lulz.

AL Central: Detroit - another team that IMO will run away with the division, except they might actually make some noise in the postseason.

AL West: Rangers - Flipped a coin for this. I think the Rangers may be the best team in the AL, but the Angels are really good.

AL Wild card: Blue Jays - Yep. They are a good team and I think they finally take that big step forward and make the playoffs. AL East better look out, this team is no joke. Not only do they have a pretty damn talented major league roster, but they have IMO(and many others opinion) the best farm system in baseball.. Alex Anthopoulos is probably the best general manager in the MLB.

I know it's early for this but oh well. Bored.

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NL East - Phillies

NL Central - Reds

NL West - Giants

NL Wild Card - Marlins

AL East - Yankees

AL Central - Tigers

AL West - Angels

AL Wild Card - Rangers

Yankees over Reds in 5

Chicago teams under 130 wins

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NL East: Phillies

NL Central: Cards

NL West: Giants

NL WC: Braves

AL East: Rays

AL Central: Tigers

AL West: Angels

AL WC: Yankees

Angels over Giants

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NL East: Phillies

NL Central: Cards

Nl West: Giants

NL Wild Card: Diamondbacks

AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Tigers

AL West: Rangers

AL Wild Card: Angels

Rangers over Giants

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Lebron!

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Phillies

Reds

Giants

Nats

Yankees

Tigers

Angels

Rangers

NL MVP: Doesn't matter Matt Kemp should have won it last year so it's a joke now

AL MVP: Pujols

NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw....AGAIN

AL Cy Young: C.C. Sabathia

Phillies over Angels

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Word on the street is that Cubbies might be playing home games at the Cell in 2013.

Poor tourists.

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Orioles! lol the best part of the season for us, we tied for 1st!

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NL East - Phillies

NL Central - Reds

NL West - Giants

NL Wild Card - Marlins

AL East - Yankees

AL Central - Tigers

AL West - Rangers

AL Wild Card - Angels

Tigers over Phillies in 6

Don't really know what to expect of my Braves this year. I think we'll get between 80-87 wins. Hopefully, Heyward can bounce back; as well as, Jurrjens and Hanson.

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The thing that concerns me about the Rangers is, didn't I read that Josh Hamilton is having drug problems again? He was a big part of their Offense.

Don't the Cards have a new skipper? Hard to replace Tony.

CUBS; Cubbies could have a 10 game lead with 9 to go and still blow it!

Reds; Arroyo has to decided whether he wants to be a pitcher or a singer.

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The thing that concerns me about the Rangers is, didn't I read that Josh Hamilton is having drug problems again? He was a big part of their Offense.

Don't the Cards have a new skipper? Hard to replace Tony.

CUBS; Cubbies could have a 10 game lead with 9 to go and still blow it!

Reds; Arroyo has to decided whether he wants to be a pitcher or a singer.

Hamilton had a beer at a bar and everyone made a massive deal about it(including him). He's fine.

Cards will definitely took a significant hit this offseason losing Tony & Pujols, but they're still a good team with a loaded farm as well as the return of Wainwright.

Cubs will suck.

Reds will be good because the NL central is no question the worst division in baseball and the Reds improved this offseason with the trade for Latos & arguably the most valuable signing this winter in Ryan Madson.

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