AL East: New York Yankees (99-63)
The 2011 AL East champions will repeat in 2012. The Yankees are a well-rounded team with a bloated offense to go along with a deep starting rotation and strong bullpen.
AL Central: Detroit Tigers (96-66)
If you can lock up one division in baseball, it's the AL Central. The Tigers could potentially win this division by more than 10 games. The addition of Prince Fielder will help fill the void that Victor Martinez's injury left, as well as giving the Tigers arguably the best power hitting combo in Fielder and Miguel Cabrera.
AL West: Texas Rangers (93-69)
The AL West division could be in store for an exciting rivalry between the Rangers and Angels. I think the division will come down to the final games of the season, with the Rangers coming out on top.
AL Wild Card: Los Angeles Angels (91-71)
The addition of Albert Pujols and C.J Wilson will not be enough for the Angels to win the division in 2012, but it's enough for the Wild Card. Expect another exciting ending to the season, like in 2011. The starting rotation of the Angels does not get enough recognition and could play a significant role in the postseason.
Just Missing Out:
-Boston Red Sox (89-73)
-Tampa Bay Rays (84-78)