2008 MLB Predictions

Kieran HaweAnalyst IMarch 25, 2008

The 2008 MLB season is upon us so what better time then to lay out our predictions for this baseball season—which promises to be one for the ages. So, below are our entire predictions for the 2008 MLB season, including final standings, who makes the playoffs and who will be the 2008 MLB World Series champions.

2008 MLB Regular Season Predictions

American League East

  1. Boston Red Sox
  2. New York Yankees
  3. Tampa Bay Devil Rays
  4. Toronto Blue Jays
  5. Baltimore Orioles

American League Central

  1. Detroit Tigers
  2. Chicago White Sox
  3. Cleveland Indians
  4. Minnesota Twins
  5. Kansas City Royals

American League West

  1. Los Angeles Angels
  2. Seattle Mariners
  3. Texas Rangers
  4. Oakland A’s

National League East

  1. New York Mets
  2. Atlanta Braves
  3. Philadelphia Phillies
  4. Washington Nationals
  5. Florida Marlins

National League Central

  1. Chicago Cubs
  2. Houston Astros
  3. Cincinnati Reds
  4. St. Louis Cardinals
  5. Milwaukee Brewers
  6. Pittsburgh Pirates

National League West

  1. Los Angeles Dodgers
  2. Colorado Rockies
  3. Arizona Diamondbacks
  4. San Diego Padres
  5. San Francisco Giants

2008 MLB Post-season Predictions

American League Wild Card: New York Yankees
National League Wild Card: Atlanta Braves

American League Champion: Detroit Tigers

National League Champion: New York Mets

World Series Champion: Detroit Tigers


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