I honestly think our best case scenario is winning the NL Central. The Central is do for a down year, and if we can get 200 IP from Harang, Arroyo, Claussen, and if Milton can go 14-6 like he did in Philly (yeah I know but it is best case scenario) then I could see us competing. I doubt it happens, but you never know.Cincinnati Reds
Last World Series title: 1990.
Best case: Bronson Arroyo helps stabilize the rotation and the outfield of Adam Dunn, Ken Griffey Jr. and Austin Kearns combines for 100 homers. Third base prospect Edwin Encarnacion follows up a huge spring with a nice rookie season. The Reds flirt with a .500 record and challenge for fourth in the division.
Worst case: The hitters lead the league in strikeouts, Eric Milton and the pitchers rank first in homers allowed, and the Reds complete the trifecta with suspect defense. At some point Griffey grabs a hamstring and makes another trip to the disabled list. When Dr. Tim Kremchek leads the team in press conferences, it's a bad sign.