2017 NL Playoffs

Wild Card Game 4-1 Red Birds over the Nats at Busch Stadium. Adam Wainwright will be pegged for the start and dominate. LDS 3-2 Cubbies over the Cards with Chicago having home field advantage. In the end the Cubbies dominant bullpen will finish off their arch rival. 3-2 Dodgers over the Mets with LA having home field advantage. This Dodger series win will be contingent on health of LA’s starting rotation, as it is just as good as Mets’. Playing game 5 at Dodger Stadium will be the difference. LCS 4-2 Dodgers over Cubbies with Chicago having home field advantage. Continue reading 2017 NL Playoffs

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2017 AL Playoff Predictions

Wild Card Game 5-4 Yankees defeat Seattle Mariner at Safeco Field. LDS 3-0 Indians sweep Yankees. Aside from Tanaka, the Yankees can’t match up to the Tribe’s rotation. Yankees won’t be able to keep up with Indians offense, therefore not having lead going to late innings, where the Yankees are strongest. 3-2 Astros over the Jays (home field advantage). The Jays no longer have Encarnacion, while the Astros have 3 new shiny bats in Josh Reddick, Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann. The only reason for a game 5 is due to better pitching by the Jays. LCS 4-1 Tribe over Continue reading 2017 AL Playoff Predictions

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2017 NL Awards

MVP: Kyle Schwarber. One of few players to ever be compared to Babe Ruth. He is now fully healthy and is batting atop the lineup. He only needs to stay healthy. Rookie of the Year: Hunter Renfroe. PCL MVP in 2016. Only player to every hit a home run atop the Metal Supply Co. building at Petco Park. He is sure to be the leader of the Padres lineup. Comeback player of year: Either Kyle Schwarber, Adam Wainwright or Joe Panik, depending on who qualifies. Manager of the Year: Terry Collins. Most are counting the Mets out when it comes Continue reading 2017 NL Awards

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2017 AL Awards

MVP: Francisco Lindor. Having Brantley and Encarnacion in the lineup gives Lindor more protection. He was the clear leader of that lineup last year with Brantley gone the entirety of 2016. His glove is the best in the world, and he had no fear of the intensity of the playoffs. Should just get better and better. Cy Young: Masahiro Tanaka. Despite awful first start, his numbers have gotten better and better each year. He is a high risk, high reward pitcher with many medical experts stating that he could blow out his arm at any time due to past injuries. Continue reading 2017 AL Awards

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