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Mlb Season


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LOL

 

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Cubs in last place, who would have imagined it.

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Cubs in last place, who would have imagined it.

Sorry Young.... I am from boston great city... partial fan of the red sox....

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Sorry Young.... I am from boston great city... partial fan of the red sox....

That's fine Kittykat, I like the Diamondbacks anyway. I am just wondering why the Cubies always struggle.

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That's fine Kittykat, I like the Diamondbacks anyway. I am just wondering why the Cubies always struggle.

The Diamondbacks are a good team....I don't know why the Cubs always are struggling it is the same for the Orioles

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Reds with a HUGE 9th inning rally to tie up the Pirates, and my boy Joey V with the solo shot in the 10th to win it! Major pennant race shaping up in the NL.

Wouldn't shock me to see the Reds heat up and make a WS run, but as much as I hate to admit it, it's hard to envision anything other than a Cardinals - Red Sox WS.

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Reds with a HUGE 9th inning rally to tie up the Pirates, and my boy Joey V with the solo shot in the 10th to win it! Major pennant race shaping up in the NL.

Wouldn't shock me to see the Reds heat up and make a WS run, but as much as I hate to admit it, it's hard to envision anything other than a Cardinals - Red Sox WS.

That would be awesome......Can't wait to see...  My son  filled me :) in the REDS won

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The Reds Soxs have it- the factor that separates the rest, however in the NL the Dodgers or Cardinals are the horses.

 

The Redbirds always seem to be in the mix a great organization, but the Dodgers have pitching depth that is always a factor.

 

The great thing about baseball  a 5 or 7 game series- anything can happen

So true Raymond....Great point

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So true Raymond....Great point

No doubt about it, since your Red Sox wrapped up the division title today. Congrats!

As for the NL, the playoff pairings will tell the tale to a great degree. Should the Braves seed out against the Dodgers in the first round, I wouldn't count out the Braves. The Dodgers are a talented team, but they have some maturity issues and are vulnerable. The post season is or grown men, and tends to quickly weed out the boys, so I see the Braves advancing if their starting rotation performs reasonably well.

As for the rest of the field, who knows in the wild card games. In a single elimination format, anything can happen. It's shaping up to be the Reds and Pirates as the wild cards, but I don't see either beating the Cardinals. From there, the Braves and Cardinals should be very competitive, but St. Louis should prevail in 6 or 7.

Come late October, I envision a really compelling Boston - St. Louis Fall Classic. I'll have to see both perform in the divisional and LCS rounds before making a prediction on this one.

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