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Old 02-05-2003, 08:39 PM   #1
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2003 MLB predictions

AL Central

1. White Sox (wishful thinking)
2. Minnesota
3. Cleveland
4. Detroit
5. KC

AL East

1. NY Yankees (unfortunately)
2. Boston
3. Baltimore
4. Toronto
5. Tampa Bay

AL West

1. Oakland
2. Seattle (wild card)
3. Texas
4. Anaheim

NL Central

1. St. Louis
2. Houston (wild card)
3. Pittsburgh
4. Cincinnati
5. Milwaukee
6. Cubs (Will the parents who left their nine kids at Wrigley Field please pick them up. They're beating the Cubs 13-0 in the 7th)LOL!!!

NL East

1. Atlanta
2. NY Mets
3. Philadelphia
4. Florida
5. Montreal

NL West

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

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Old 02-11-2003, 04:38 AM   #2
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The only thing I can predict is that the Kansas City Royals will lose 100 or more games yet again.

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Old 02-13-2003, 03:22 PM   #3
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I think there's a little bias here... you don't happen to be a white sox fan pickin' the cubs in last are ya? Come on... Bud's boys in Milwaukee will finish last in the central... even the hapless Cubs can't top the Brewers.

American League
1. Minnesota
2. ChiSox
3. Cleveland
4. Detroit
5. KC
1. Yankees
2. Boston
3. Toronto
4. Tampa Bay (sweet Lou will make some sort of an impact)
5. Baltimore
West (best league in baseball)
1. Anaheim
2. Oakland (wild card)
3. Texas (Buck Showalter... most over-rated manager in MLB)
4. Seattle (loss of Lou's gonna hurt)
Yankees over Oakland, Anaheim over Minnesota
Anaheim over Yankees to repeat as AL Champs

National League
Central (worst league in baseball)
1. St. Louis
2. Houston (by may, the astros realize that jeff kent was merely a product of hitting behind barry bonds)
3. Cubs
4. Cincinatti (griffey traded by the all star break)
5. Pittsburgh
6. Milwaukee (Bud should contract his own team)
1. Mets (Howe and Glavine settle things down for last year's biggest underachievers... Piazza and Alomar can't possiably both have bad years two seasons in a row)
2. Philadelphia (wild card)
3. Braves (mike hampton replaces tom glavine... 'nough said)
4. Florida
5. Montreal/Puerto Rico/Washington D.C./Virgina/Portland/Where ever these guys will be in 2004
1. San Francisco (bonds... barry bonds)
2. Arizona (pitching staff breaks down... getting old)
3. Los Angeles
4. San Diego
5. Colorado
Philadelphia over San Fran, Mets over St. Louis
Mets over Philly
Mets over Yankees in a repeat of the Subway Series... prompting Bud Selig to have a stroke over two new york teams being in the series again.
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Old 02-14-2003, 04:56 PM   #4
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Well.. cincy will do alot better.. but besides that.. baseball sucks
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Old 02-17-2003, 04:12 PM   #5
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Twinkies got the AL central

Sorry U242, the White Sox still can't beat the Twins. They didn't add any big names, but they have a healthy pitching staff (unlike last year when they whipped up on the Sox anyway) and they're a young team entering their prime together.

I'd love another underdog team to take it this year.

Good to hear from some baseball-loving U2 folks.

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