Now that Gonelong has broke out his Reds predictions thread, it's time to predict division winners, the World Series winner, and ROY/Cy Young/MVP award winners.
Boston Red Sox - WS caliber team but Tigers are too much to handle.
New York Yankees - Wang regresses a bit and young pitching is not enough to get 'em in the postseason.
Toronto Blue Jays - good season but finisn 3rd again
Tampa Bay Rays - franchise record 75 wins
Baltimore Orioles - rebuilding mode, Roberts is dealt in June.
Detroit Tigers - best record in baseball with 104 wins
Cleveland Indians - wildcard winner with 96 wins
Chicago White Sox - Fields breaks out with 30 homers
Minnesota Twins - loss of Santana leaves ton of question marks in pen, though Liriano bounces back with big season.
Kansas City Royals - good looking you bats in Butler/Gordon but pitching is awful.
Los Angeles Angels - Jered Weaver finishes top 5 in Cy Young voting.
Seattle Mariners - Bedard/Hernandez form great 1-2 due but no enough to top Angels
Oakland A's - rebuilding continues as Blanton is traded in July
Texas Rangers - nice offense but pitching remains awful.
Detroit Tigers over LAA Angels
Boston Red Sox over Cleveland Indians
Detroit Tigers over Boston Red Sox
AL Cy Young - Justin Verlander
AL MVP - Miguel Cabrera
AL Rookie of the Year - Joba Chamberlain
New York Mets - addition of Johan makes the Mets team to beat in NL.
Philadelphia Phillies - not enough pitching behind Hamels and Myers to top Mets
Atlanta Braves - great offense but rotation is Smoltz and Hudson and three question marks.
Florida Marlins - good seasons from Maybin and Andrew Miller as Marlins build for the new stadium.
Washington Nationals - maybe the worst rotation in baseball
Cincinnati Reds - yeah I'm an optimist but who isn't in March? Young guns struggle in first half but gel in second half leading Reds to 86 wins and a postseason trip for the first time since 1995.
Milwaukee Brewers - Fielder wins MVP but Brewers finish one game behind Reds.
Chicago Cubs - the curse reaches 100 years
St. Louis Cardinals - Pujols has an injured elbow, rotation is in shambles
Pittsburgh Pirates - like the new ownership, a couple good position prospects on the way up.
Houston Astros - awful rotation and the worst farm system.
Los Angeles Dodgers - strong pitching staff puts them in postseason under Torre
Arizona Diamondbacks - love the rotation but the loss of Valverde in the pen plus a struggling offense costs them a postseason position.
San Diego Padres - Peavy finishes second to Santana in Cy Young voting.
Colorado Rockies - winning record but fail to reach playoffs.
San Francisco Giants - nice 1/2 punch in Cain and Lincecum but offense is worst in baseball.
New York Mets over Cincinnati Reds
Los Angeles Dodgers over Philadelphia Phillies
New York Mets over Los Angeles Dodgers
NL Cy Young - Johan Santana
NL MVP - Prince Fielder
NL Rookie of the Year - Johnny Cueto
Detroit Tigers over New York Mets in Game 7
Let's see yours.