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2011 MLB Over/Under

Do any of you out there play over/unders for any sports? I’m not asking if you gamble on it. Just if you play them at all. I am going to try and doing these for every sport from now on. They are fun to look back at over the course of the season. 


These are the numbers I used to make my picks.  



Here we go:

  • Arizona- Over
  • Atlanta- Under
  • Baltimore- Under
  • Boston- Over
  • Chicago C- Under
  • Chicago W- Over
  • Cincinnati- Over
  • Cleveland- Over
  • Colorado- Under
  • Detroit- Over
  • Florida- Under
  • Houston- Under
  • Kansas City- Over
  • LA Angels- Over
  • LA Dodgers- Over
  • Milwaukee- Over
  • Minnesota- Over
  • NY Mets- Over
  • NY Yankees- Under
  • Oakland- Under
  • Philadelphia- Under
  • Pittsburgh- Over
  • San Diego- Under
  • San Francisco- Over
  • Seattle- Over
  • St. Louis- Under
  • Tampa Bay- Under
  • Texas- Under
  • Toronto- Over
  • Washington- Over

Faraz and I decided to a friendly game where each of us picked six teams. The only condition was that we both couldn’t pick the exact same team going in the same direction. We were allowed to pick the same team going in different directions. 


Me

Brewers Over
Angels Over
Cardinals Under
Mets Over
Orioles Under
Diamondbacks Over

Faraz

Blue Jays Over
Royals Under
Cardinals Over
Twins Over
Giants Over
Braves Under

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2011 MLB Predictions

I realized that I hadn’t gotten around to putting my 2011 MLB predictions on here.

AL 

East
Red Sox
Yankees
Blue Jays
Rays
Orioles

Central
Twins
Tigers
White Sox
Indians
Royals

West
Angels
Rangers
Athletics
Mariners

MVP – Adrian Gonzalez
Cy Young – Jon Lester
Rookie of the Year – Kyle Drabek
Manager of the Year – Mike Sciosca

NL

East
Phillies
Marlins
Mets
Braves
Nationals

Central
Brewers
Reds
Cardinals
Cubs
Astros
Pirates

West
Giants
Rockies
Diamondbacks
Dodgers
Padres

MVP – Prince Fielder
Cy Young – Roy Halladay 
Rookie of the Year – Aroldis Champan
Manager of the Year – Ron Roenicke

Playoffs

Division Series

Angels over Yankees
Red Sox over Twins
Phillies over Brewers
Giants over Reds

League Championship Series

Red Sox over Angels
Giants over Phillies

World Series

Red Sox over Giants

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2011 MLB Predictions

Here is how I see all the 2011 MLB Season playing out.

AL 

East
Red Sox
Yankees
Blue Jays
Rays
Orioles

Central
Twins
Tigers
White Sox
Indians
Royals

West
Angels
Rangers
Athletics
Mariners

MVP – Adrian Gonzalez
Cy Young – Jon Lester
Rookie of the Year – Kyle Drabek
Manager of the Year – Mike Sciosca

NL

East
Phillies
Marlins
Mets
Braves
Nationals

Central
Brewers
Reds
Cardinals
Cubs
Astros
Pirates

West
Giants
Rockies
Diamondbacks
Dodgers
Padres

MVP – Prince Fielder
Cy Young – Roy Halladay
Rookie of the Year – Aroldis Champan
Manager of the Year – Ron Roenicke

Playoffs
Angels over Yankees
Red Sox over Twins

Phillies over Brewers
Giants over Reds

Red Sox over Angels
Giants over Phillies

Red Sox over Giants

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Quick MLB Playoffs Predictions

Baseball playoffs…..or as TBS refers to it “programming we air in the middle of Conan promos!”

I’m taking Twins in 5 over Yankees. Twins probably need Liriano and Pavano to come up big but Yankee pitching after Sabathia is shot. Liriano has to find a way to outduel Sabathia.

Rays in 4 over Texas. Angels dropped the ball on Vlad last off season so it is good to see him get another crack at a ring eventhough I don’t see them beating Tampa.

As much as it pains me to say it, Phillies in 4. It can easily be a sweep. I want t see Halladay do well since I’ve always been a big fan of his but I just wanted the Jays to trade him to a team I didn’t hate.

Giants in 3. Bobby Cox’s career will end with yet another early exit from playoffs. I love the Giants pitching.

Rest of the Playoffs:

Rays over Twins in 5
Giants over Phillies in 7

Rays over Giants in 6

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MLB Playoffs Day 1….Live Blog

1:32 AM – Rick Ankiel strikes out looking on a 100 MPH fastball to end the game. Dodgers go up 1-0 winning this one by a score of 5-3. I’ll be back again tomorrow to live blog. Spread the word. Have a good night.

1:30 AM – Wow…tying run coming to the plate for the Cardinals with two outs. What was Kemp doing there? You have to keep the ball in front of you there. We’ve seen some bad outfield play today. Dodgers lead 5-3.

1:23 AM – We head to the 9th inning with the Dodgers leading 5-2. These 2 teams have left 29 men on base tonight. That is a record for a 9 inning playoff game. Unreal. Matt Holliday, Ryan Ludwick and Yadier Molina due in the 9th against Broxton.

1:18 AM – Back to back 1 out walks here in the bottom of the 8th. Dodgers threatening to extend their lead. Russel Martin at the plate grounds out to the right side. Pujols with a great diving stop. Runners move over. Broxton is staying in the game. Dodgers feel safe enough with the 3 run lead. Need Broxton to close it out in the 9th inning.

12:57 AM – For a game that has had so many base runners there hasn’t been any juice to it at all. There are runners getting stranded all over the place.

We are through 7 at Dodger Stadium with the Dodgers leading 5-2.

12:26 AM – Bob Nightengale points out that the Dodgers and Cardinals have set a Divisional Series record already tonight:

The Dodgers and Cards have already set a Division Seires record by leaving 23 runners on base….and we still have 3 innings left.

12:18 AM – Bases loaded yet again…..and this time Russel Martin gets hit by a pitch forcing in the Dodgers 5th run. Dodgers now lead 5-2. Bases still loaded as the Cardinals change pitchers. Jim Thome is pinch hitting for the pitcher.

11:52 PM – What an at bat from Rafael Furcal here. Gets the RBI on a sacrifice fly after an 11 ptich at bat. Runner on 3rd now….2 outs. Dodgers lead 4-2.

11:46 PM – Pierre pinch hitting for Jeff Weaver drops down a bunt with 2 on and no outs…..but why didn’t he run right away? Runners on 2nd and 3rd for the Dodgers. One out….and they still lead 3-2.

11:25 PM – How many times have the bases been loaded already in this game? Dodgers have them loaded here in the bottom of the 4th. Still 3-2 Dodgers.

11:10 PM – Randy Wolf doesn’t make it out of the 4th inning. Bases loaded and 2 outs. Jeff Weaver coming into the game to face Ryan Ludwick. Dodgers lead 3-2.

10:56 PM – Chances are by the end of the playoffs I’ll be sick and tired of Ernie Johnson, his mother, his blackberry and his mailbag.

10:49 PM – Big error by Derosa there. He has to throw that ball home. Don’t look at the umpire either….throw the ball first. Big error. Dodgers lead 3-1. Two on and one out. Carpenter is in some trouble here.

10:24 PM – I haven’t verified Jay Crawford’s math but:

the yankees have spent 1.555 billion since 2002. 6 div titles 0 ws rings. twins have spen 475 million. 5 div titles, 0 ws rings. REFUND!!!

10:18 PM – I’m going to interrupt this Live Blog because I just won $50 gift card from the WNBA. I wonder if it works on the NBA store website too?

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You can now return to your regularly scheduled programming.

9:58 PM – Matt Kemp 2 run Homerun. Dodgers take 2-1 lead. Nobody out in the bottom of the first.

9:52 PM – Dodgers get out of the inning without much damage as Cards leave bases loaded thanks to inning ending double play.

9:51 PM – Bases loaded and a run in for the Cardinals already? Randy Wolf’s first career playoff start isn’t going well. Only one out.

9:46 PM – Ballgame over….Yankees win. Marino pitches a scoreless 9th. 7-2 Yankees the final.

Time for Cardinals and Dodgers.

9:35 PM – What? Why put in Joba in for only one batter? Why is Rivera pitching the 9th? Why not let Joba finish the game? What exactly did the Yankees learn about Joba from that one batter?

9:30 PM – So TBS just showed a picture of the Empire State Building. One problem though….I don’t think that video was from tonight. This link updates what color the Empire State Building is lit up with that night…and according to this it is white today. TBS showed Red and some other color.

9:25 PM – Phil Coke and Joba Chamberlain get the final 2 outs of the 8th on 3 pitches. Lets see how Joba pitches in the 9th with a big lead.

9:00 PM – I don’t agree with the Twins here. Two outs in the 7th and Jeter on 3rd. A-Rod is at the plate. They just took out Liriano and brought in Rauch. I would’ve stuck Liriano there…pitch around A-Rod and go after Matsui. Should’ve tried getting Liriano to the end of the game. The bullpen is shot….why waste the arms?

Of course as I type this A-Rod drives in Jeter. Yankees lead 7-2.

8:47 PM – Phil Hughes with a big strike out of Orlando Cabrera. Great at bat but Hughes gets the better of him. Twins strand two runners in scoring position. Mauer was on deck.

My question is why did they show Kate Hudson after that strike out?

8:38 PM – Posada is having a really rough game behind the plate. Big spot here for the Twins. Runners on 2nd and 3rd with two outs. Cabrera to the plate against the new pitcher Phil Hughes. Mauer is on deck. Cabrera needs to get on base here and bring Mauer to the plate with men on.

8:09 PM – Hideki Matsui crushes one off of Liriano. Two run shot. 6-2 Yankees. This one is turning ugly in a hurry.

8:04 PM – Here is where you fall into a trap. A-Rod was in an 0-19 slump with runners in scoring in the playoffs….runner on 2nd and 2 outs, you have to walk him. Twins decide not to and he gets a hit scoring Jeter.

Ken Davidoff of Newsday in New York did a little research on that A-Rod RBI.

The last time he had postseason hit w/RISP, A-Rod’s teammates included Ruben Sierra, John Olerud, Esteban Loaiza and coach Willie Randolph.

Yankees lead 4-2. Pitching change as Liriano comes into the game for the Twins.

7:51 PM – Cliff Lee got a complete game earlier today. Have any idea who got the last complete game in National League playoffs before today? Ed Price has the answer.

7:42 PM – With 2 outs Swisher doubles down the left line. Cano scores from first. The throw from Young was up the line. Mauer had not shot at the plate.

Cabrera strikes out to end the 4th inning.

Yankees lead 3-2

7:29 PM – Jerry Crasnick just posted this:

I just checked this: The opposing team BA against Brian Duensing rises from .219 to .250 to .317 to .379 with every 15-pitch increment.

7:21 PM A-Rod strikes out to end the 3rd inning. Since the start of Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS he is now hitting 9 for 63 (.143) with 2 homeruns and 3 RBIs. He’s also struck out 19 times.

7:14 PM – Derek Jeter ties it up with a 2 run homerun. Yankees 2 Twins 2

7:12 PM – Chip Caray just called another fly ball a basehit. Are you kidding me?

6:55 PM – Chip Caray says he “thinks” Yankees gave #27 to Girardi because they want their 27th championship. Hasn’t that been widely known for 2 years?

6:12 PM – Suzyn Waldman on Yankees Radio Network just said Orlando Cabrera got a World Series ringwith the Angels. Um….in 2002 Cabrera was playing for the powerhouse Montreal Expos.

5:50 PM – That Dwight Howard “NBA on TNT” commercial where he jumps out of a taxi might be the best commercial we see all playoffs long.

5:45 PM Carl Pavano just got booed in the pregame introductions.

5:26 PM – Atkins strikes out to end the game. A complete game for Cliff Lee in his first career playoff start. Wh at a start for him. What a pickup he’s been for the Phillies.Another base hit would have made things interesting. Manuel surely would have had to go to the bullpen.

Way too much time left until the Yankees/Twins game which comes our way at 6:07 PM. I guess I’m switching over to the Yes Network to watch the Yankee pregame show.

The Phillies win Game 1 by a score of 5-1.

5:24 PM – There goes the shutout. A 2 out hit breaks the shutout. Rockies are still down 4 down to the last out. Lee going for a complete game.

5:06 PM – Cliff Lee is through 8. Ed Price of Fanhouse.com points to this possible historical note:

No pitcher has ever stolen a base and thrown a shutout in the same postseason game

5:00 PM – Why did Barack Obama record a commercial for George Lopez’s new show?

4:51 PM – Great article in the Wall Street Journal about the one and only Vin Scully.

4:35 PM – Rockies get out the inning but down 5 runs now. They have 9 outs left and the heart of the order coming up in the 7th against Lee.

4:28 PM – Finally an out. Pedro Feliz flies out to left.

Jayson Stark brings us another nugget:

Phillies have actually scored 5 runs without hitting a HR. Not their thing. Only did that 9 times all year — and just once since July 22

4:25 PM – Wow, no National League team has won back to back World Series since the Reds in 75-76….before that you go back to the Giants in 21-22. Wow.

Pitching change. The lefty Beimel comes in but gives up a base hit to Ibanez. Worth scores easily. Rockies head back to the bullpen and in comes the right handed Matt Daley. 5-0 Phillies

4:21 PM – Werth crushes one to left center…..but the wind carries that ball more to center field…..Werth with an RBI triple. He thought about rounding 3rd and going home too but with no one out wisely stops at 3rd.

Phillies lead 4-0. Philly bullpen can’t blow this….can they?

4:18 PM – Chase Utley singles. Ryan Howard follows that up fly ball deep to left field….where Carlos Gonzalez over runs the ball before crashing awkwardly into the wall.

Utley scores easily on the double to make it 3-0 Phillies and no one out here in the 6th. Keep in mind though that this Philly bullpen is an adventure.

4:13 PM – This nugget from Jayson Stark of ESPN:

Not that this means anything. But the Phillies were 10-0 last postseason when they took a lead of two runs or more.

We head to the bottom of the 6th. Phillies lead 2-0.

4:05 PM – The Rockies get out of the inning giving up just 2 runs.

3:58 PM – Nice at bat by Ruiz. What was that…like 8 pitches? What was Hawpe doing there in Right Field? Have to keep the runner at first there. Ibanez scores easily from 3rd on the play but Hawpe’s misplay in RF sends Ruiz to 2nd as Cliff Lee comes up to the plate with just 1 out.

3:51 PM – It’s cliche but a leadoff walk to Jayson Werth comes back to haunt the Rockies here. Raul Ibanez (what a pickup he was by the Phillies) follows that with a double.

Phillies – 1 Rockies – 0. Bottom 5th and there are still no outs.

3:43 PM – Just over an hour into this game and we are already headed to the bottom of the 5th in Philadelphia. Gotta love a pitchers duel.

3:23 PM – Rockies got lucky there. Just can not let a pitcher get a base hit and then still a base.

Quick stat from Ed Price of Fanhouse:

Cliff Lee gets first postseason SB by a pitcher since John Smoltz in 1995. Smoltz also had SBs in 1991-92, before that Billy Loes in ’52

3:19 PM Can’t let the Phillies pitchers get on base with 2 outs and turn the lineup over for that top of the order. And you can definitely not let Philly pitchers steal a base. What are you doing?

What is Cliff Lee trying to do here? He’s lucky he didn’t get picked off there.

3:08 PM Lineups for Yankees/Twins have been posting. Credit to Tyler Kepner, he’s the Yankee beat write for the New York Times.

Twins Lineup:

Span cf, Cabrera ss, Mauer c, Cuddyer 1b, Kubel rf, Young lf, Harris dh, Tolbert 3b, Punto 2b; Duensing p

Yankees Lineup:

Jeter ss, Damon lf, Teixeira 1b, ARod 3b, Matsui dh, Posada c, Cano 2b, Swisher rf, Cabrera cf; Sabathia p

2:39 PM Wind is going to be a factor in today’s game. Looks like some serious gusts in Philly. Yankee Stadium Forecast for later today calls for gusts of 40 miles per hour.
2:35 PM I wonder if we can ask “EJ’s mailbag” if it is possible for TBS to replace Caray on the main broadcasting team?

2:32 PM Brian Anderson and Joe Simpson (who are these 2? Who’s games to they call?) welcome us to Citizens Bank Ballpark on TBS.

It’s finally here. Playoff Baseball. It should be an interesting month. The National League is wide open. There isn’t that much seperating the 4 teams. The American League is a slightly different story. The Yankees go into their Divisional Round Series against the Twins as heavy favorites. Last I checked they were around 5 to 1 favorites to win the series. The problem for them is that they can’t seem to beat the Angels…..who in turn can’t seem to beat the Red Sox. So where does all of this leave us? I’ll try to live blog on days I am at home or somewhere with an access to a computer. On Saturday I’m going to a Rutgers Football game so I’ll blog the late games then.

The Twins game 1 starter Brian Duensing was a teammate of Joba Chamberlain’s and has apparently never even been to New York. Oh boy. C.C Sabathia needs a solid game 1 here for the Yankees. His career playoff numbers are nothing to write home about. What a sight it would be if the $161 million man got booed out of the stadium?

The Twins have nothing to lose here. Without Justin Morneau they go into this series as heavy underdogs as was already mentioned. I expect Joe Mauer, who should be the American League MVP to get a lot of IBBs.

The Phillies/Rockies series starts off on a bad note. Jorge De La Rosa a 16 game winner is out for the Divisional Series for the Rockies. Major loss especially against this Phillies lineup. Lots of pressure today on Cliff Lee. He’s had good run for them since the trade but he has never started a playoff game.

I’ll talk about the Dodgers/Cards Series later.

Listening to a Brian Cashman interview with Mike Francesa right now. The Yankees brass was gathered at Yankee Stadium last night watching the Twins/Tigers game and then going over the advance scouting reports on the Twins.

Quick predictions
Yankees in 4 (Twins need to jump out early today on Sabathia and wear out the Yankee bullpen to have any shot)
Angels in 5
Dodgers in 5
Rockies in 5

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MLB Predictions

Just realized I hadn’t put my MLB predictions down on paper as of yet. I am really looking forward to this season. Got my MLB.tv package again this year. I think this season will be one of the better ones in recent memory as far as competitive balance is concerned. Check out my over/unders too.

AL East
I really could see Toronto, New York, Boston and Tampa all win 85 games this year. Of course that means that Baltimore probably loses a 100 games this year. The Red Sox are obviously the cream of the crop and should come out on top at the end. Manny and Papi in the middle of the lineup is just too much for pretty much anyone to handle. I really expect the Jays to be very good this year. I really like their pitching and hopefully they can stay healthy. The lineup should score a lot of runs with Rios having a breakout year and announcing his arrival on the big stage. I expect Vernon Wells to have a really solid comeback year. My choice for AL Comeback player of the Year. Wouldn’t surprise me if they are the Wild card team this year but with this division being so deep I’m pretty sure the Wild card comes out of another division. I have a lot of questions about the Yankees. The pitching would really worry me if I was a Yankee fan. What kind of inning limits are Hughes and Kennedy on? Can Mussina bounce back? How will Pettite handle steroid talks over the summer as the Clemens story develops? Who builds the bridge to Chamberlain and Rivera? A-Rod should have a monster year. A season of 55+ HRs wouldn’t surprise me one bit. I like Tampa’s lineup. Pitching is obviously a concern. I like the signing of Percival. How early do we see Price called up? Saw his stuff in the spring and I’m surprised he’s not up on the roster already.

Red Sox
Blue Jays
Yankees
Rays
Orioles

AL Central
Even with their awful start I will stick to my original pick of the Tigers winning the Central. I’m not just doing it out of the principle either. That lineup is just too good. They will score a ridiculous amount of runs this year and should feast on AL pitching staffs all year. I really don’t think Cleveland is that good. Twins somehow or another pull it off every year. Really pulling for Liriano this year. Wouldn’t surprise me if Gomez won Rookie of the Year. I don’t what to think of the White Sox. Their lineup doesn’t impress me one bit…..and the pitching staff isn’t much to write home about. The Royals? What else is there to say. One of these years they might do something. I love their pitching but don’t see them scoring anywhere enough runs to matter.

Tigers
Twins
Indians
Royals
White Sox

AL West
It is the Angels division to lose. I like the Hunter signing but am still scratching my head over the Matthews contract from last year. I love the pitching staff even with the injuries. As an Angels fan I really want to see what Adenhart and Wood can bring to the table this year. Contract year for K-Rod so hoping he comes through. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s pitching elsewhere though. The Mariners bullpen is just filthy. I like their starting pitching….but where exactly are they going for offense? The A’s are rebuilding….again. Only thing that matters with the A’s is…where does Blanton end up at the deadline? The Rangers have had some horrible pitching staffs over the years but this year’s group is just horrible. Their lineup is pretty bad too. Millwood probably gets traded at the deadline.

Angels
Mariners
Atheletics
Rangers

NL East
I think this is the Mets division to lose. The Pedro injury doesn’t bother me. His arm seems to be fine. The Mets should let him come back mid June/early July and keep his arm fresh. I have questions about the Mets lineup but I expect Reyes to have a great year. There is no way we see a repeat of the 2nd half with him. Even with Pedro hurt the Mets have the best pitching staff in the league. Perez is going to get himself a really nice contract somewhere next year. Is Delgado finished? I don’t understand how some of the experts are picking the Braves here. What exactly do they see with this team? I love the Phillies lineup but the pitching staff would bother me if I was a Phillies fan. Which Lidge will we see? Is Tom Gordon really the setup guy here? What’s the over/under on the amount of big games he blows for them? I like the trades that Nationals made in the offseason. I think Milledge is going to be a very good player for them for a long time to come. This is a lineup with some potential when healthy (Do they trade Nick Johnson somewhere at the deadline?)but the pitching is just awful. The Marlins? What is it….a $16 million payroll? Wow. What a joke. Someone strip this franchise from Loria.

Mets
Phillies
Nationals
Braves
Marlins

NL Central
Love the Cubs. Although I have questions about the lineup I think the pitching is strong enough that they should carry this division. Can Wood stay healthy? Hopefully their ownership saga can be resolved soon as this team could be a player at the deadline. It’s been a 100 years since they won it all. I love the Reds as the Wild card team coming out of the NL. I think that lineup as long as it stays healthy will score a lot of runs and the pitching staff is good enough to keep them in it in the NL. The Cardinals and Brewers are just awful. The Pirates pitching staff I like but that lineup is awful and it’ll only get worse once they ship Nady off to a contender

Cubs
Reds
Brewers
Pirates
Cardinals

NL West
If the bullpen can hold it for them this is one of top 3 pitching staffs in all of baseball. What can they get out of Randy Johnson? Webb and Haren will be a handful for anyone in the playoffs to open up a series. The lineup is really young but it should score more then enough runs for that pitching staff. The Giants are just awful . Barry Zito needs a change of scenery. I don’t believe he’s forgotten how to pitch. How much of the contract are they willing to eat up in order to ship him somewhere. I love Lincecum and really like Cain. Too bad none of the big 3 will get anywhere close to the run support you’d expect in the big leagues. This just maybe the worst lineup I have ever seen any team have. Dodgers are a borderline playoff team. If they were in the Central I’d have them be a lock for the playoffs. Torre obviously gives them a lot of credibility. Lineup is good enough….does the pitching hold up? I love the Rockies lineup but the pitching really worries me. Don’t expect a repeat of last year. Padres are right up there with the Dodgers. Another team where I wouldn’t be surprised if they were in the playoffs but with the Dodgers and the D-Backs they’ll be beating each other up all year long.

Diamondbacks
Padres
Dodgers
Rockies
Giants

Playoffs

Divisional Series
Red Sox over Mariners
Tigers over Angels
Mets over Reds
Cubs over Diamondbacks

League Championship Series
Red Sox over Tigers
Mets over Cubs

World Series
Mets over Red Sox

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2008 MLB Over/Under

I’ll have my full MLB preview up this weekend but wanted to get a head start on these. I’ve been doing these the past few years for all the sports with friends. I’ve had a decent track record with these so why not bring them to this blog. Simple drill. Copy the list and leave a comment indicating whether you think that the team’s win total this year will be over or under the listed number. I’m getting these #s off of Vegas Watch.

Listed below are my picks:

Arizona UNDER 86.5
Atlanta UNDER 86
Baltimore UNDER 65
Boston UNDER 94
Chicago (N) OVER 87.5
Chicago (A) UNDER 76
Cincinnati OVER 76.5
Cleveland UNDER 91
Colorado OVER 83
Detroit OVER 93.5
Florida OVER 68.5
Houston UNDER 73.5
Kansas City OVER 73.5
LA Angels OVER 92
LA Dodgers OVER 87.5
Milwaukee OVER 84
Minnesota OVER 73.5
NY Mets OVER 92.5
NY Yankees UNDER 94
Oakland UNDER 74
Philadelphia OVER 88
Pittsburgh OVER 68.5
San Diego OVER 85
San Francisco UNDER 72
Seattle UNDER 85
St. Louis UNDER 77
Tampa Bay OVER 72
Texas OVER 75
Toronto OVER 84
Washington OVER 71.5

Use the same numbers and post your predictions in the comments .

MLB Predictions

I just realized that I hadn’t put my MLB Predictions down on paper online anywhere as of yet so here they are. Some of them already seem a little shaky…but they are what they are.

AL East
Toronto
Boston
New York
Tampa Bay
Baltimore

AL Central
Detroit
Minnesota
Cleveland
Chicago
Kansas City

AL West
Los Angeles
Oakland
Seattle
Texas

MVP – 1) Vernon Wells 2) Vladmir Guerrero 3) David Ortiz
Cy Young – 1) Roy Halladay 2) Johan Santana 3) Josh Beckett
Rookie of the Year – 1) Franciso Liriano 2) Justin Verlander 3) Ian Kinsler
Manager of the Year- 1) Jim Leyland 2) John Gibbons 3) Joe Maddon

NL East
New York
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Florida
Washington

NL Central
Houston
St. Louis
Cincinatti
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Milwaukee

NL West
San Francisco
Colorado
Los Angeles
Arizona
San Diego

MVP – 1) David Wright 2) Albert Pujols 3) Ken Griffey Jr.
Cy Young – 1)Pedro Martinez 2) Roy Oswalt 3) Dontrelle Willis
Rookie of the Year – 1) Jeremy Hermida 2) Prince Fielder 3) Matt Cain
Manager of the Year- 1) Felipe Alou 2) Willie Randolph 3) Phil Garner

Playoffs
Angels over Red Sox in 5
Jays over Tigers in 4

Mets over Astros in 4
Giants over Cardinals in 5

Angels over Jays in 6
Mets over Giants in 5

World Series
Angels over Mets in 6