wlhssuperjake08
Just take a stab at it.

AL East
1. Blue Jays
2. Rays
3. Orioles
4. Yankees
5. Red Sox

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Royals
3. White Sox
4. Indians
5. Twins

AL West
1. Angels
2. Rangers
3. Athletics
4. Mariners
5. Astros

NL East
1. Nationals
2. Braves
3. Phillies
4. Mets
5. Marlins

NL Central
1. Reds
2. Cardinals
3. Brewers
4. Pirates
5. Cubs

NL West
1. Dodgers
2. Giants
3. Padres
4. Diamondbacks
5. Rockies

AL Wild Card Round
Rays over Royals

ALDS
Tigers over Rays
Angels over Blue Jays

ALCS
Tigers over Angels

NL Wild Card Round
Giants over Braves

NLDS
Nationals over Giants
Reds over Dodgers

NLCS
Nationals over Reds

World Series
Nationals over Tigers in 6.
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AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera (DET)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL Rookie of the Year: Jurickson Profar (TEX)
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland (KC)
Comeback Player of the Year: Victor Martinez (DET)
AL Manager of the Year: Bob Melvin (OAK)

NL MVP: Joey Votto (CIN)
NL Cy Young: Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
NL Rookie of the Year: Shelby Miller (STL)
Rolaids Relief: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
Comeback Player of the Year: Troy Tulowitzki
NL Manager of the Year: Bruce Bochy (SF)

I reserve the right to edit any of the predictions before April 15th. [headbang]
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longball12
AL East
1. Rays
2. Orioles - Assuming Gausman and Bundy make contributions
3. Jays - Cause if it didn't work in Miami...
4. Red Sox
5. Yankees - When is the last time this happened?

AL Central - 87 wins, wins the Division
1. Tigers - Porcello carries the pitching staff, well kinda
2. Royals - 84 wins this year
3. White Sox
4. Indians
5. Twins

AL West - I honestly don't think the Angels have enough pitching. Top 3 decided by 5 games
1. Rangers
2. Angels
3. A's
4. Mariners
5. Astros

NL East
1. Braves
2. Nats
3. Phillies
4. Mets
5. Marlins

NL Central
1. Reds
2. Cardinals
3. Brewers
4. Pirates
5. Cubs

NL West
1. Dodgers
2. DBacks - Better than you think.
3. Giants
4, Rockies
5. Padres

AL MVP - Cabrera or Beltre
AL Cy Young - Weaver or Matt Moore
AL Manager of Year - Yost - I will get this one right this year.
AL Rookie of the Year - Wil Myers TB or Hicks from MN
Comeback - Victor Martinez
Rolaids Relief - Rodney again

NL MVP - Braun or Harper
NL Cy Young - Kershaw
NL Manager of the Year - Fredi Gonzalez
NL Rookie of the Year - Jedd Gyorko SD or Shelby Miller St Louis
Comeback - Tulo, but that is unfair. He is so good.
Rolaids Relief - I will go the route of Kimbrel. Close second Soriano.

My final thoughts. I won't change anything til All-Star BReak.
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longball12
Just realized I didn't put down some statistical categories.

Homeruns:
AL - Morse with the fences moved in, why not? 44
NL - J Upton 45

Average:
I won't pick a winner but just top 3.
AL - Reyes around .338
NL - Braun should be in the .335 range.

Wins:
AL - Moore - 19 (Price was great in his second full year, which is why I expect Moore to do the same)
NL - Kershaw - 22

Saves:
Rodney - 39
Kimbrel - 43
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wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
Just take a stab at it.

AL East
1. Blue Jays
2. Rays
3. Orioles
4. Yankees
5. Red Sox

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Royals
3. White Sox
4. Indians
5. Twins

AL West
1. Angels
2. Rangers
3. Athletics
4. Mariners
5. Astros

NL East
1. Nationals
2. Braves
3. Phillies
4. Mets
5. Marlins

NL Central
1. Reds
2. Cardinals
3. Brewers
4. Pirates
5. Cubs

NL West
1. Dodgers
2. Giants
3. Padres
4. Diamondbacks
5. Rockies

AL Wild Card Round
Rays over Royals

ALDS
Tigers over Rays
Angels over Blue Jays

ALCS
Tigers over Angels

NL Wild Card Round
Giants over Braves

NLDS
Nationals over Giants
Reds over Dodgers

NLCS
Nationals over Reds

World Series
Nationals over Tigers in 6.



I'm using my right to edit a few of the standings.

AL East
1. Rays
2. Orioles
3. Red Sox
4. Yankees
5. Blue Jays

AL Central
1. Tigers
2. Royals
3. White Sox
4. Indians
5. Twins

AL West
1. Rangers
2. Angels
3. A's
4. Mariners
5. Astros

NL East
1. Nationals
2. Braves
3. Phillies
4. Mets
5. Marlins

NL Central
1. Reds
2. Cardinals
3. Brewers
4. Cubs
5. Pirates

NL West
1. Giants
2. Dodgers
3. Diamondbacks
4. Rockies
5. Padres

AL/NL Wild Card Round
Orioles over Angels
Braves over Dodgers

ALDS
Tigers over Orioles
Rays over Rangers

NLDS
Nationals over Braves
Reds over Giants

ALCS
Tigers over Rays

NLCS
Nationals over Reds

World Series
Nationals over Tigers in 6
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kaijen1
Might as well get in this.

NL Central--Cards
NL MVP--Holliday
NL CY Young--Wainwright
NL MGR of year--Matheny
NL Rookie of year--Miller or Taveras


NL Champion--Cards
World Series Champion---Cards---Again
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longball12
Just bringing this back to see where we are at. Obviously made this before the season started, so comments like Weaver, Reyes, etc are off. But otherwise, healthy guesses. Fun stuff. Really off on Boston and NY, or maybe they collapse in the 2nd half.
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wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera (DET)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL Rookie of the Year: Jurickson Profar (TEX)
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland (KC)
Comeback Player of the Year: Victor Martinez (DET)
AL Manager of the Year: Bob Melvin (OAK)

NL MVP: Joey Votto (CIN)
NL Cy Young: Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
NL Rookie of the Year: Shelby Miller (STL)
Rolaids Relief: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
Comeback Player of the Year: Troy Tulowitzki
NL Manager of the Year: Bruce Bochy (SF)

I reserve the right to edit any of the predictions before April 15th. [headbang]



Well, with the regular season ending today, I'm reflecting on my choices and picking who I think will win.

AL MVP: Cabrera of DET.
AL Cy Young: Scherzer of DET (can't go wrong with Darvish either)
AL Rookie of the Year: not too many pop out, I'll go with Wil Myers of TB
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland. Lights out with a 1.21 ERA and 47 saves. MIGHT go to Rivera of NYY because he's retiring.
Comeback POY: Rivera of NYY. (Even though it's from an injury). No other candidate really.
AL Manager: Terry Francona of CLE

NL MVP: gotta go with McCutchen of PIT. M.Carp and Molina from STL will split votes.
NL Cy Young: Kershaw of LAD
NL Rookie of the Year: Puig might be popularity points, but it should go to Jose Fernandez of MIA
Rolaids Relief: Kimbrel of ATL in a landslide.
Comeback POY: Liriano of PIT
NL Manager: Clint Hurdle of PIT
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wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera (DET)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL Rookie of the Year: Jurickson Profar (TEX)
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland (KC)
Comeback Player of the Year: Victor Martinez (DET)
AL Manager of the Year: Bob Melvin (OAK)

NL MVP: Joey Votto (CIN)
NL Cy Young: Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
NL Rookie of the Year: Shelby Miller (STL)
Rolaids Relief: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
Comeback Player of the Year: Troy Tulowitzki
NL Manager of the Year: Bruce Bochy (SF)

I reserve the right to edit any of the predictions before April 15th. [headbang]



Well, with the regular season ending today, I'm reflecting on my choices and picking who I think will win.

AL MVP: Cabrera of DET.
AL Cy Young: Scherzer of DET (can't go wrong with Darvish either)
AL Rookie of the Year: not too many pop out, I'll go with Wil Myers of TB
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland. Lights out with a 1.21 ERA and 47 saves. MIGHT go to Rivera of NYY because he's retiring.
Comeback POY: Rivera of NYY. (Even though it's from an injury). No other candidate really.
AL Manager: Terry Francona of CLE

NL MVP: gotta go with McCutchen of PIT. M.Carp and Molina from STL will split votes.
NL Cy Young: Kershaw of LAD
NL Rookie of the Year: Puig might be popularity points, but it should go to Jose Hernandez of MIA
Rolaids Relief: Kimbrel of ATL in a landslide.
Comeback POY: Liriano of PIT
NL Manager: Clint Hurdle of PIT


NL ROY - Jose Fernandez you mean.
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dkelly28 wrote:
wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera (DET)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL Rookie of the Year: Jurickson Profar (TEX)
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland (KC)
Comeback Player of the Year: Victor Martinez (DET)
AL Manager of the Year: Bob Melvin (OAK)

NL MVP: Joey Votto (CIN)
NL Cy Young: Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
NL Rookie of the Year: Shelby Miller (STL)
Rolaids Relief: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
Comeback Player of the Year: Troy Tulowitzki
NL Manager of the Year: Bruce Bochy (SF)

I reserve the right to edit any of the predictions before April 15th. [headbang]



Well, with the regular season ending today, I'm reflecting on my choices and picking who I think will win.

AL MVP: Cabrera of DET.
AL Cy Young: Scherzer of DET (can't go wrong with Darvish either)
AL Rookie of the Year: not too many pop out, I'll go with Wil Myers of TB
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland. Lights out with a 1.21 ERA and 47 saves. MIGHT go to Rivera of NYY because he's retiring.
Comeback POY: Rivera of NYY. (Even though it's from an injury). No other candidate really.
AL Manager: Terry Francona of CLE

NL MVP: gotta go with McCutchen of PIT. M.Carp and Molina from STL will split votes.
NL Cy Young: Kershaw of LAD
NL Rookie of the Year: Puig might be popularity points, but it should go to Jose Hernandez of MIA
Rolaids Relief: Kimbrel of ATL in a landslide.
Comeback POY: Liriano of PIT
NL Manager: Clint Hurdle of PIT


NL ROY - Jose Fernandez you mean.


Whoops. You're right.
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formerwiacbaseballer
Not to take anything away from you, but is it just me or were the awards this year some of the most predictable in recent past?

Didn't seem like there was much competition for many of the awards. Hardest one for me to predict would have been AL Manager of the Year between Francona and Farrell.
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wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
wlhssuperjake08 wrote:
AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera (DET)
AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET)
AL Rookie of the Year: Jurickson Profar (TEX)
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland (KC)
Comeback Player of the Year: Victor Martinez (DET)
AL Manager of the Year: Bob Melvin (OAK)

NL MVP: Joey Votto (CIN)
NL Cy Young: Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
NL Rookie of the Year: Shelby Miller (STL)
Rolaids Relief: Craig Kimbrel (ATL)
Comeback Player of the Year: Troy Tulowitzki
NL Manager of the Year: Bruce Bochy (SF)

I reserve the right to edit any of the predictions before April 15th. [headbang]



Well, with the regular season ending today, I'm reflecting on my choices and picking who I think will win.

AL MVP: Cabrera of DET.
AL Cy Young: Scherzer of DET (can't go wrong with Darvish either)
AL Rookie of the Year: not too many pop out, I'll go with Wil Myers of TB
Rolaids Relief: Greg Holland. Lights out with a 1.21 ERA and 47 saves. MIGHT go to Rivera of NYY because he's retiring.
Comeback POY: Rivera of NYY. (Even though it's from an injury). No other candidate really.
AL Manager: Terry Francona of CLE

NL MVP: gotta go with McCutchen of PIT. M.Carp and Molina from STL will split votes.
NL Cy Young: Kershaw of LAD
NL Rookie of the Year: Puig might be popularity points, but it should go to Jose Fernandez of MIA
Rolaids Relief: Kimbrel of ATL in a landslide.
Comeback POY: Liriano of PIT
NL Manager: Clint Hurdle of PIT


SWEEP!!!!!!!! I predicted all the winners of the awards after the regular season ended except for the Comeback POY's, which haven't been announced yet I believe. (and the NL ROY Award is up for debate on if I actually chose Fernandez or not)
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