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Your Fearless 2015 MLB Predictions


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Get strokin' those crystal ablls, folks, and let's hear your 2015 MLB predictions! I'll start:

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

Red Sox will set a record for both runs scored, runs allowed AND length of game. Blue Jays will finish second to Red Sox in all of those records, be a better team, but still finish 2nd as they'll continue to lose to NYY. Orioles and Rays are bad.

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Indians
3. Royals
4. White Sox
5. Twins

The White Sox go on a tear in April/May and plummet to mediocrity in summer. Chris Sale has a banner season but falls in Cy Young vote to Felix because WINNZ!!!1 Indians lead division from May-September before faltering to Detroit in September, because that always happens.

AL West
1. Mariners
2. Angels*
3. Athletics
4. Astros
5. Rangers

Super-boring Mariners quietly win 95 games and a pile of individual awards. Nothing else interesting happens. Mike Trout continues to Mike Trout all over the league.

Playoffs: Angels over Blue Jays in Wild Card Game. Red Sox over Angels. Mariners over Tigers. Mariners over Red Sox.

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

Brave and Phillies are historically bad. Nationals win 90+ games, with Marlins always present but never really threatening for the division. Max Scherzer sets team record in K's but still has higher ERA than Kershaw. Mets finish third but never threaten to reach .500 because they're the Mets and they're really not that good.

NL Central
1. Pirates
2. Cardinals*
3. Cubs
4. Brewers
5. Reds

Possibly the most exciting division outside of the crowded AL East, the Pirates and Cardinals fight down to game 162. Cubs finish over .500 by beating up on Cincinnati all season and many piles of runs being scored. Brewers go full-2013, start season 40-20 and finish 80-82.

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

Dodgers beat the hell out of everyone. There are no survivors.

Marlins over Cardinals. Dodgers over Marlins. Pirates over Nationals. Dodgers over Pirates.

World Series: Dodgers over Mariners (sorry, that's sooo boring.)

AL ROY - Rusney Castillo
NL ROY - Kris Bryant

AL MVP - Robinson Cano
NL MVP - Giancarlo Stanton

AL Cy - Felix Hernandez
NL Cy - Clayton Kershaw


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AL East:
[1] Blue Jays
[2] Red Sox
[3] Orioles
[4] Yankees
[5] Rays

Hey, if I'm optimistic about the Blue Jays then maybe they will succeed.

AL Central:
[1] Detroit
[2] Kansas City
[3] Chicago
[4] Cleveland
[5] Minnesota

Frankly, a toss-up that 3 or 4 teams could win.

AL West:
[1] Los Angeles
[2] Seattle
[3] Oakland
[4] Houston
[5] Texas

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

Nationals by 10 games

NL Central:
[1] Pirates
[2] Cardinals
[3] Cubs
[4] Brewers
[5] Reds

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

Arizona and Colorado will be bad, bad.


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

East is three team races, O's win by 2 games, Sox get a wildcard

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Royals
3. Indians
4. White Sox
5. Twins

Central is up between Royals and Tigers, Detroit by 1 game...again.

AL West
1. Mariners
2. Angels
3. Athletics
4. Astros
5. Rangers

West is the Mariners to lose hold off Angels by 3 games who get a wildcard

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

East is a runaway for Washington by 12 games.

NL Central
1. Pirates
2. Cardinals
3. Brewers
4. Cubs
5. Reds

Central Pirates finally get over the hump Cubs battle with Cards, Brewers for 2-3-4. St. Louis prevails earns wildcard.

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

West is the Dodgers again, Giants are a wild card.

AL Wild Card Game Los Angeles Angels over Boston Red Sox, 1-0
NL Wild Card Game San Francisco Giants over St. Louis Cardinals, 1-0

AL Division Series Seattle Mariners over Los Angeles Angels, 3-1
Baltimore Orioles over Detroit Tigers,3-2

NL Division Series Washington Nationals over San Francisco Giants, 3-2
Pittsburgh Pirates over Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-2

AL Championship Seattle Mariners over Baltimore Orioles, 4-2
NL Championship Washington Nationals over Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-1

World Series Washington Nationals over Seattle Mariners, 4-3

AL MVP CF Adam Jones, Baltimore
NL MVP RF Giancarlo Stanton, Miami

AL Cy Young SP Felix Hernandez, Seattle
NL Cy Young SP Max Scherzer, Washington

AL Rookie of the Year CF Byron Buxton, Minnesota
NL Rookie of the Year 2B Javier Baez, Chicago

AL Manager of the Year Lloyd McClendon, Seattle
NL Manager of the Year Mike Redmond, Miami


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White Sox win Central, Seattle wins west, Blue Jays win East. Boston and Anaheim the wildcard.
Cardinals win Central, LA wins west, Washington win East. San Francisco and San Diego the wildcard.
White Sox and Nationals in the World Series and White Sox win it in 5 games.
AL ROY Castillo
NL ROY Bryant
AL MVP Abreu
NL MVP Marte
6 players are found with PED's