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This should be cool to go back and review after this season. This should be archived...

My predictions:

AL MVP: Mark Teixeira

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: CC Sabathia

NL Cy Young: Brandon Webb

AL Rookie of the Year: Elvis Andrus

NL Rookie of the Year: Jordan Schafer

AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Indians

AL West: A's

AL Wild Card: Red Sox

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cardinals

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Phillies

NL Champs: Mets

AL Champs: Yankees

World Series Champs: Yankees

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I'll play along...

AL MVP: Justin Morneau

NL MVP: Manny Ramirez

AL Cy Young: James Shields

NL Cy Young: Danny Haren

AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Wieters

NL Rookie of the Year: Andrew McCutchen

AL East: Red Sox

AL Central: Twins

AL West: Angels

AL Wild Card: White Sox

NL East: Marlins

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Mets

NL Champs: Dodgers

AL Champs: Angels

World Series Champs: Dodgers

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AL MVP: Grady Sizemore

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: Jon Lester

NL Cy Young: Johan Santana

AL Rookie of the Year: Wieters

NL Rookie of the Year: Colby Rasmus

AL East: Red Sox

AL Central: Indians

AL West: A's

AL Wild Card: Rays

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Giants

NL Wild Card: Phillies

NL Champs: Giants

AL Champs: Indians

World Series Champs: Indians

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My predictions:

AL MVP: Justin Morneau

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: Roy Halladay

NL Cy Young: Tim Lincecum

AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Wieters

NL Rookie of the Year: Cameron Maybin

AL East: Rays

AL Central: Twins (Comes down to the last game)

AL West: Angels

AL Wild Card: Red Sox

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Cardinals

NL Champs: Cubs

AL Champs: Red Sox

World Series Champs: Cubs

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AL Rookie of the Year: Elvis Andrus

Andrus over Wieters?!

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:P Just joshin' ya. It could happen. I guess.

Here's my attempt:

AL MVP: Grady Sizemore

NL MVP: Manny Ramirez

AL Cy Young: C.C. Sabathia

NL Cy Young: Johan Santana

AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Wieters

NL Rookie of the Year: Kenshin Kawakami

AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Indians

AL West: Angels

AL Wild Card: Red Sox

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Phillies

NL Champs: Cubs

AL Champs: Yankees

World Series Champs: Yankees

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My predictions:

AL MVP: Josh Hamilton

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: Daisuke Matsuzaka

NL Cy Young: Tim Lincicum

AL Rookie of the Year: David Price

NL Rookie of the Year: Daniel Murphy

AL East: Rays

AL Central: Twins

AL West: Angels

AL Wild Card: Red $ux,

NL East: Phillies

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Mets

NL Champs: Cubs

AL Champs: Red $ux

World Series Champs: Cubs

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This needs to be moved to the MLB Section....

but:

AL MVP: Carlos Quentin

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: Felix Hernandez

NL Cy Young: Johan Santana

AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Wieters

NL Rookie of the Year: Tommy Hanson

AL East: Red Sox

AL Central: White Sox

AL West: Angels

AL Wild Card: Rays

NL East: Phillies

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Mets

NL Champs: Mets

AL Champs: White Sox

World Series Champs: Mets

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I'll give it a go:

AL MVP: Grady Sizemore

AL CY: CC Sabathia

AL ROY: Matt Wieters

AL EAST: Rays

AL CENTRAL: Indians

AL WEST: A's

AL WILD CARD: Yankees

NL MVP: David Wright

NL CY: Chad Billingsley

NL ROY: If Jay Bruce is still eligible, I'll take him. If not, Jordan Zimmerman.

NL EAST: Mets

NL CENTRAL: Cubs

NL WEST: Dodgers

NL WILD CARD: Diamondbacks

AL Winner: Yankees

NL Winner: Cubs

World Series: Cubs

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AL MVP: Matt Holliday

NL MVP: David Wright

AL CY: Roy Halladay

NL CY: Johan Santana

AL ROY: Matt Wieters

NL ROY: Cameron Maybin

AL East: Red Sox

AL Central: Twins

AL West: A's

AL Wild Card: Rays

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Diamondbacks

NL Wild Card: Phillies

WS: Rays over D-Backs

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This should be cool to go back and review after this season. This should be archived...

My predictions:

AL MVP: Mark Teixeira

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL Cy Young: CC Sabathia

NL Cy Young: Brandon Webb

AL Rookie of the Year: Elvis Andrus

NL Rookie of the Year: Jordan Schafer

AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Indians

AL West: A's

AL Wild Card: Red Sox

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cardinals

NL West: Dodgers

NL Wild Card: Phillies

NL Champs: Mets

AL Champs: Yankees

World Series Champs: Yankees

Is someone a closet Yankee fan? :P

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Al MVP....Brian Roberts:hearts:

AL East...My Beloved Baltimore Orioles!:wedge:

WS Champs!!! My Beloved Baltimore Orioles:):clap3::2yay-thumb:

Cindy!!!

You forgot Wieters as the Rookie of the Year and Guthrie as the Cy Young!!!!! :):wedge::laughlol:

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AL MVP: Sizemore

AL Cy: Halladay

Al ROY: Wieters

NL MVP: Pujols

NL Cy: Lincecum

NL ROY: Maybin

Al East: Bos

AL Central: Cle

AL West: Ana

AL WC: NYY

BTW, I see as many as 9 teams winning 85+ games this year in the AL.

NL East: ATL

NL Central: Cardinals

NL West: Dodgers

NL WC: Cubs

Some notes on the NL:

1) I worry about the health of Santana for the Mets.

2) I worry about the health of Hamels for the Phils.

3) I worry about the health of Harden for the Cubs but still feel they will do enough.

4) I think the NL West is going to get a lot better very quickly.

5) Team to watch in the NL? Cincinatti

For a while now, the AL has been the much better league...I think it will continue to be better but the gap is closing IMO.

I think the Red Sox beat Atlanta in the World Series.

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AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Indians

AL West: Angels

Wild Card: Red Sox

AL Champion: Red Sox

AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera

AL Cy Young: Francisco Liriano

AL ROY: Matt Wieters

AL MOY: Eric Wedge

NL East: Mets

NL Central: Cubs

NL West: Dodgers

Wild Card: Phillies

NL Champ: Dodgers

NL MVP: David Wright

NL Cy Young: Rich Harden

NL ROY: Jordan Schafer

NL MOY: Joe Torre

WS: Dodgers over Red Sox

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