Thursday, March 31, 2011

2011 MLB Predictions

AL East- Boston Red Sox
AL Central- Chicago White Sox
AL West- Texas Rangers
AL Wild Card- New York Yankees

NL East- Philadephia Phillies
NL Central- Cincinnati Reds
NL West- San Francisco Giants
NL Wild Card- Atlanta Braves

World Series- Philadelphia Phillies over Boston Red Sox

AL Cy Young- Justin Verlander
NL Cy Young- Roy Halladay

AL MVP- Mark Teixeira
NL MVP- Joey Votto

3 comments:

redleg2420 said...

I'll agree to embarass myself again.

AL East
1. Boston
2. NY*
3. Toronto
4. Tampa Bay
5. Baltimore

AL Central
1. Minnesota
2. Chicago
3. Detroit
4. Kansas City
5. Cleveland

AL West
1. Los Angeles
2. Texas
3. Oakland
4. Seattle

NL East
1. Philadelphia
2. Florida
3. Atlanta
4. Washington
5. New York

NL Central
1. Cincinnati
2. Milwaukee*
3. St. Louis
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

NL West
1. Colorado
2. LA
3. San Francisco
4. San Diego
5. Arizona

World Series
Boston Red Sox over Philadelphia Phillies

AL Cy Young: CC Sabathia
NL Cy Young: Cliff Lee

AL MVP: Joe Mauer
NL MVP: Ryan Braun

kyle.shumate said...

AL East
1. Boston
2. NY*
3. Tampa Bay
4. Baltimore
5. Toronto

AL Central
1. Detroit
2. Minnesota
3. Chicago
4. Kansas City
5. Cleveland

AL West
1. Texas
2. Loa Angeles
3. Oakland
4. Seattle

NL East
1. Philadelphia
2. Atlanta*
3. Florida
4. New York
5. Washington

NL Central
1. Cincinnati
2. Milwaukee
3. St. Louis
4. Chicago
5. Pittsburgh
6. Houston

NL West
1. San Francisco
2. LA
3. Colorado
4. San Diego
5. Arizona

World Series
Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (Wire to Wire baby!)

AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander
NL Cy Young: Cliff Lee

AL MVP: Joe Mauer
NL MVP: Albert Pujols

Matt said...

AL East: New York Yankees
AL Central: Chicago White Sox
AL West: LA Angels
AL Wild Card: Boston Red Sox

NL East: Atlanta Braves
NL Central: Cincinnati Reds
NL West: Colorado Rockies
NL Wild Card: Philadelphia Phillies

World Series: Philadelphia Phillies over New York Yankees

AL Cy Young: CC Sabathia
NL Cy Young: Roy Halliday

AL MVP: Mark Texeira
NL MVP: Carlos Gonzalez