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    Senior Member Hall of Famer two24four's Avatar
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    2012 predictions

    With the season starting today over in Japan guess it's time for these.

    NL East.

    Philly

    NL Central.

    Cincy

    NL West.

    Arizona

    Wild Card

    Atlanta and San Francisco

    NL MVP- Joey Votto

    NL Cy Young- Roy Halladay

    NL ROTY- Bryce Harper


    AL East.

    New York

    AL Central

    Detroit

    AL West.

    Texas

    Wild Card

    Los Angeles and Toronto ( Big time homer pick I know)

    AL MVP- Robinson Cano

    AL Cy Young- Jered Weaver

    AL ROTY- Matt Moore

    World Series: Texas over Philly.

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    NL East: Philly

    NL Central:Milwaukee

    NL West: Arizona

    Wild Card: Atlanta, Cincy

    NL MVP- Justin Upton (ah what the hell)

    NL Cy Young- Roy Halladay

    NL ROTY- Bryce Harper


    AL East: New York

    AL Central: Detroit

    AL West: Texas

    Wild Card: LAA, Toronto (homer as well haha)

    AL MVP- Miguel Cabrera

    AL Cy Young- Verlander

    AL ROTY- Matt Moore

    World Series: Philly over Detroit

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    Jeezez, 2 Canuckleheads predicting a playoff berth for the Jays. One lies to it the other swears by it. Phaneufer must be back hangin with Seguin's boys over by the keg.

    How about this...why dont you 2 guys give me 5 numbers between 1 and 56 and then give me one number between 1 and 46 for the bonus ball and I'll play you a ticket for the 500 million Megamillions jackpot down here in the states.

    Your odds of hitting that and the Jays making the playoffs are about the same.


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    Senior Member Hall of Famer two24four's Avatar
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    Sorry for picking the team we cheer for (even said it was a homer pick) to make the playoffs. There has not been this much buzz around here about the Jays going into the season since waaaay back in the day, some of the "experts" have even went as far as saying they are one more SP from away from really giving the the rest of the AL East fits.

    Also remember this team blew 25 saves last season, so they went out and got Santos and Cordero for the 8th and 9th, a much better duo then they had last season.

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    Yeah and 24 didn't even know the Jays were 22-4 in Spring Training.

    So suck on that Snipes! Posting and not making your predictions!



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    AL East: Tampa Bay
    AL Central: Detroit
    AL West: LAA
    AL Wildcards: New York, Boston

    AL Cy Young: David Price
    AL MVP: Albert Pujols
    AL ROTY: Jesus Montero

    NL East: Miami
    NL Central: Cincy
    NL West: Dodgers
    NL Wildcard: Washington, Milwaukee

    NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw
    NL MVP: Hanley Ramirez
    NL ROTY: Devin Mesoraco

    World Series: LAA over Miami

    Suck on it.



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    Senior Member Hall of Famer two24four's Avatar
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    Has nothing to do with the Jays record this spring. Spring training records mean nothing, I have said this before. It'nice sure, but means nothing when the season starts.

    Do I really think the Jays will make the playoffs this season? it's a long shot, that is for damn sure and I (Jays fans) know that, but never say never with this 2nd WC spot, it will take alot though that is for sure. Really I think who ever get's 2nd in the East and West will get the two WC spots.
    Last edited by two24four; 03-29-2012 at 04:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by two24four View Post
    Has nothing to do with the Jays record this spring. Spring training records mean nothing, I have said this before. It'nice sure, but means nothing when the season starts.


    Sorry. Thought it meant they started the season 22-4.



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    NL East: Philly

    NL Central: Cincinnati

    NL West: Arizona

    Wild Card: Colorado, Milwaukee

    NL MVP- Troy Tulowitzki

    NL Cy Young- Cliff Lee

    NL ROTY- Devin Mescraco


    AL East: New York

    AL Central: Detroit

    AL West: LAA

    Wild Card: Texas, Tampa

    AL MVP- Miguel Cabrera

    AL Cy Young- Justin Verlander

    AL ROTY- Matt Moore

    World Series: LAA over Philly

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    Yu Darvish gets his much anticipated debut tonight. Im gonna need at least 16 Wins, 200 K's for him to save my fantasy team. (my pitching staff blows).

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    Senior Member All-Star canuckthug's Avatar
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    Yu Darvish was dominant. 8.1 IP, 10 Ks against the Yankees. Texas Rangers are so dangerous. Young, Hamilton, Kinsler, and Napoli are hitting everything right now...

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    Look for Hamilton to be in beastmode all season, it's his contract year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by two24four View Post
    Look for Hamilton to be in beastmode all season, it's his contract year.
    Hamilton is on a mission but Matt Kemp is the beastmoding general right now. I can`t wait to see the highlights... .. .

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    okay, 24. Hamilton is the king! He just hit his 4th homer in todays game. 4th!! Absolutely insane. 5/5 at the plate, 8 RBI's. Unbelievable.

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    Senior Member Hall of Famer two24four's Avatar
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    Yeah I have been watching along with the hockey game. Told ya.

    Texas better sign him before he becomes a FA this winter before the LAD throw some big money his way. They said they will go hard after all the top FA's.
    Last edited by two24four; 05-08-2012 at 08:52 PM.

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