2011 Baseball

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    AL

    East
    BoSox
    Rays
    Skanks
    Blue Jays
    Orioles

    Central
    Twins (duh, winning)
    Tigers
    Sox
    Indians
    Royals

    West
    A's
    Rangers
    Angels
    Mariners


    NL

    East
    Phillies
    Braves
    Marlins
    Nats
    Mets

    Central
    Pirates (lol j/k)
    Reds
    Cards
    Brewers
    Astros
    Cubbies
    Pirates

    West
    Dodgers
    Rockies
    Giants
    Padres
    Backs


    Sawks, Twins, and Phillies will win 100+ games. :eusa_shhh:
     
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    Our offense isn't going to be what it was in years past. I don't see 100 wins. I see around the same as usual, low 90's.
     
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    They're going to beat up the Mets and Nats real bad this year. That's where they'll get those seven extra wins from. Take that straight to the bank, son.
     
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    Nats always play us tough though.

    Zimmerman kills us (unless he hasn't killed the chuck knoblauch syndrome this year :lol:)
     
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    As a Pirates fan, I've finally given up on caring about baseball. I grew up loving and playing the game, but between the ineptitude of the team's management and the general state of the economics of the game, it's just not as interesting anymore. Basically, they may as well make it about a 14-team league and turn the rest into their minor league systems.
     
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    How the fuck did I miss this thread?!

    Less than a half hour til the season starts!
     
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    PLAAAAAYYYY BAAALLLLLL!!
     
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    I'm still a lil pissed at Truthspeaker for not starting the 2011 thread.

    Oh well, if things go right I will be fighting wit Xotoxi over the rights to start the thread next year.
     
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    Unfortunately baseball is quickly losing its popularity especially as the older generations die off. It is too slow and maybe too intellectual for todays kids. Children particpipation is declining rapidly. They now play soccer for some reason. I like baseball but the sport will gradually sink into obscurity in the next 20 or 30 years unless some drastic changes are made.
     

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