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  • #16
    as of the moves right now...

    al east
    1. yankees
    2. blue jays (wc)
    3. red sox
    4. devil rays
    5. o's

    al central
    1. white sox
    2. indians
    3. twins
    4. tigers
    5. royals

    al west
    1. oakland (it's there year, got that feeling)
    2. los angeles of whatever angels
    3. seattle
    4. texas

    nl east
    1. braves (like el halo, i've picked against the braves so many times. like USC in college football, no matter how you try to pick against them, they'll oull through. plus, i don't see anyone else in the divison to de-throne them. losing mazzone will hurt though.)
    2. mets (wc)
    3. nats
    4. phillies
    5. marlins

    nl central
    1. cards
    2. astros
    3. cubs
    4. brewers
    5. pirates
    6. reds

    nl west
    1. giants
    2. dodgers
    3. padres
    4. diamondbacks
    5. rockies

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Guerrero Mad Man 2715
      AL West:
      1. Angels
      2. Rangers
      3. Athletics
      4. Mariners

      AL Central:
      1. Cleveland
      2. White Sox (Wild Card)
      3. Twins
      4. Tigers
      5. Royals

      AL East:
      1. Red Sox
      2. Yankees
      3. Devil Rays
      4. Orioles
      5. Blue Jays

      NL West:
      1. Giants
      2. Padres
      3. Dodgers
      4. Diamondbacks
      5. Rockies

      NL Central:
      1. Cardinals
      2. Astros (Wild Card)
      3. Cubs
      4. Brewers
      5. Reds
      6. Pirates

      NL East:
      1. Mets
      2. Braves
      3. Phillies
      4. Nationals
      5. Marlins

      ALDS:
      Angels over White Sox (3 - 2)
      Red Sox over Indians (3 - 2)

      NLDS:
      Cards over Giants (3 - 0)
      Mets over Astros (3 - 1)

      ALCS:
      Angels over Red Sox (4 - 2)

      NLCS:
      Cardinals over Mets (4 - 3)

      World Series
      Angels over Cards (4 - 2)

      AL MVP: Travis Hafner
      NL MVP: Barry Bonds

      WS MVP: Vladimir Guerrero

      AL Cy Young: Mark Buehrle
      NL Cy Young: Mark Mulder
      hahahaha thanks, i needed a good laugh

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      • #18
        Why not??

        AL East
        1. New York
        2. Boston
        3. Toronto
        4. Tampa Bay
        5. Baltimore

        AL Central
        1. Cleveland
        2. Minnesota (WC)
        3. Chicago
        4. Detroit
        5. Kansas City

        AL West
        1. Los Angeles
        2. Oakland
        3. Texas
        4. Seattle

        NL East
        1. New York (although I know better, like Halo said)
        2. Atlanta
        3. Philadelphia
        4. Washington
        5. Florida

        NL Central
        1. St. Louis
        2. Milwaukee (WC) Yep, I just went there!!!!
        3. Houston
        4. Chicago
        5. Cincinnati
        6. Pittsburgh

        NL West
        1. San Francisco
        2. San Diego
        3. Los Angeles
        4. Arizona
        5. Colorado

        Playoffs
        New York d. Minnesota (3-2)
        Los Angeles d. Cleveland (3-1)
        New York d. St. Louis (3-1)
        San Francisco d. Milwaukee (3-2)

        New York d. Los Angeles (4-2)
        New York d. San Francisco (4-1)

        New York d. New York (4-3)

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        • #19
          I forgot to explain myself about Milwaukee, they will be playing in a super weak division this year, outiside of St. Louis. I think Houston will finally feel their age, and the rest just wont be that good. I don't feel Milwaukee is better than say Atlanta, Philly, San Diego, or even LA, but they will win more games next year, I think.

          BTW:
          AL MVP=Travis Hafner
          NL MVP= Baroid

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          • #20
            Originally posted by BillyF29
            BTW:
            AL MVP=Travis Hafner
            NL MVP= Baroid
            Hafner is going to be exclusively a DH this year, I believe.

            If David Ortiz couldn't pull out the MVP last year with that season and all those late game heroics, I'm skeptical that Hafner can pull it out. That said I think he's a fantastic hitter.
            THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT COME WITH A SCORECARD

            In the avy: AZ - Doe or Die

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            • #21
              Originally posted by BillyF29
              New York d. New York (4-3)
              LOL. Good one.
              sigpic

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              • #22
                Originally posted by BillyF29
                NL MVP= Baroid
                Um, I don't recognize the name. Would someone fill me in?
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                • #23
                  NL East
                  Mets
                  Braves
                  Phillies
                  Nats
                  Marlins

                  NL Central
                  Cardinals
                  Cubs (WC)
                  Brewers
                  Astros
                  Pirates
                  Reds

                  NL West
                  Dodgers
                  Giants
                  Padres
                  Diamondbacks
                  Rockies

                  NL MVP: Albert Pujols
                  NL CYA: Pedro Martinez

                  NLDS:
                  Cubs/Mets: Cubs
                  Dodgers/Cardinals: Cardinals

                  NLCS:
                  Cubs/Cardinals: Cubs

                  Al East
                  Yankees
                  BLUE JAYS - this is more of a knock on the sox than anything.
                  Red Sox
                  Orioles
                  Devil Rays

                  AL Central
                  Indians
                  White Sox (WC)
                  Tigers
                  Twins
                  Royals

                  AL West
                  Angels
                  Rangers
                  A's
                  Mariners

                  AL MVP: Gary Sheffield
                  AL CYA: Mark Buerhle sounds good

                  ALDS:
                  White Sox/Yankees: White Sox
                  Indians/Angels: Angels

                  ALCS:
                  White Sox/Angels: Angels


                  World Series: Cubs vs Angels, Angels in 6
                  Last edited by Clockwork; 01-03-2006, 06:10 PM.
                  Hey, Dad.... wanna have a catch?

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                  • #24
                    Way too early for this but Ill throw it out there.

                    AL East: Yankees
                    AL Central: Indians
                    AL West: Angels
                    AL Wild Card: Blue Jays
                    NL East: Mets
                    NL Central: Astros
                    NL West: Dodgers
                    NL Wild Card: Braves


                    ...probably change it as the season approaches.
                    "Statistics are used much like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support, not illumination."
                    -Vin Scully

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                    • #25
                      Be prepared for the Nationals to take it all in my dreams! Totally unrealistic, but hey, this is for fun!

                      AL East:
                      1. Yankees 97-65
                      2. Blue Jays 93-69 (WC...it could be boston...it could be Cleveland)
                      3. Red Sox 91-71
                      4. Orioles 73-89
                      5. Devil Rays 69-93 (why are so many people ranking them so high? they haven't done squat)

                      AL Central:
                      1. White Sox 109-53
                      2. Cleveland 92-70
                      3. Twins 70-92
                      4. Royals 66-96
                      5. Tigers 65-97

                      AL West:
                      1. Athletics 96-66
                      2. Angels 92-70
                      3. Rangers 91-71
                      4. Mariners 39-123

                      NL East:
                      1. Nationals 98-64
                      2. Mets 94-68 (WC)
                      3. Phillies 85-77
                      4. Braves 68-94
                      5. Marlins 59-103

                      NL Central:
                      1. Cubs 100-62
                      2. Astros 88-74
                      3. Brewers 83-79
                      4. Cardinals 76-86
                      5. Pirates 72-90
                      6. Reds 68-94

                      NL West:
                      1. Dodgers 92-70
                      2. Diamondbacks 84-78
                      3. Giants 81-81
                      4. Padres 67-95
                      5. Rockies 47-115

                      ALDS:
                      White Sox over Blue Jays 3-1
                      A's over Yankees 3-2

                      NLDS:
                      Cubs over Mets 3-0
                      Nationals over Dodgers 3-2

                      ALCS:
                      White Sox over A's 4-0

                      NLCS:
                      Nationals over Cubs 4-3 (Curse lives on thanks to an unbelievebale Top 9th, 2 out, 0-2 count grand slam while down 3 by Cristian Guzman in Game 7 )

                      World Series
                      White Sox over Nationals 4-0

                      AL MVP: Troy Glaus
                      NL MVP: Ryan Church

                      WS MVP: Jim Thome

                      AL Cy Young: Cliff Lee
                      NL Cy Young: John Patterson
                      The Q: Can the Cubs hold a 6-5 lead with 2 outs and nobody on in the 9th?

                      The A: No

                      ***********My Rant on Bud Selig***********
                      Selig is like a stray pigeon. Pigeons are too self-absorbed to care about anyone else. They poo on people they don't like; they poo on people they don't even know. The only real difference between Selig and a pigeon is that Selig intends to bury our heritage, our traditions, and our culture,

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by KingJ
                        NLCS:
                        Nationals over Cubs 4-3 (Curse lives on thanks to an unbelievebale Top 9th, 2 out, 0-2 count grand slam while down 3 by Cristian Guzman in Game 7 )
                        BTW, that would be the greatest scene ever. People would literally die right there on the spot.
                        The Q: Can the Cubs hold a 6-5 lead with 2 outs and nobody on in the 9th?

                        The A: No

                        ***********My Rant on Bud Selig***********
                        Selig is like a stray pigeon. Pigeons are too self-absorbed to care about anyone else. They poo on people they don't like; they poo on people they don't even know. The only real difference between Selig and a pigeon is that Selig intends to bury our heritage, our traditions, and our culture,

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by KingJ
                          Totally unrealistic, but hey, this is for fun!
                          1. Dodgers 92-70
                          I was gonna say something else, but then I saw this first line. Yeah, I'd agree that the record you gave that team is totally unrealistic.
                          sigpic

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                          • #28
                            AL East: Yankees (Gimme)
                            Al; Central: Sox
                            AL West: Angels
                            AL WC: Sox

                            NL East: Braves (another gimme)
                            NL Central: Cubs
                            NL West: Dodgers
                            NL WC: Cardinals

                            To explain my NL Central pick the Cardinals have been really wounded by the FA market. And I believe the Astros wont be able to recover from last years Sweep. And you guys have to admit they did improve this offseason. I think a Cubs-Sox WS is very probable. The Sox have great additions with Thome, Vazquez and Mackowiak. Nort to mention last year and resigning Konerko and Garland has to give them a boost. Im not making any playoff predictions because anything can happen to alter that.
                            "I don't like to sound egotistical, but every time I stepped up to the plate with a bat in my hands, I couldn't help but feel sorry for the pitcher."
                            -Rogers Hornsby-

                            "People ask me what I do in winter when there's no baseball. I'll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring."
                            -Rogers Hornsby-

                            Just a note to all the active members of BBF, I consider all of you the smartest baseball people I have ever communicated with and love everyday I am on here. Thank you all!

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                            • #29
                              Fight!

                              anyone else want to try?

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Clockwork
                                AL MVP: Gary Sheffield
                                Even though you said the Angels going all the way, this was your flaw. It could be possible if Shef's friend "Barroid" gives him some of his "ointment" that Sheffield "didn't know" was "not" ointment.
                                "The AL Team representing Orange County" - Joe Buck "The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim near the Arrowhead Pond, south of Santa Barbera" - Dan Patrick "The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of California of USA...near San Juan Capistrano" - Peter Gammons...Chris Berman

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