2011 MLB predictions comin' at ya; are you ready?
Last season the San Francisco Giants won it all, followed by parades and numerous sightings of Brian Wilson's beard in the streets.
Will the Giants repeat this season?
Well, there have been a few things that have changed, so that's debatable.
For one, Wilson's growing beard may weigh him down.
The Boston Red Sox have also reloaded, signing outfielder Carl Crawford and trading for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.
The Milwaukee Brewers, looking to getting back to the top, picked up Zack Greinke. Unfortunately, Greinke fractured his left rib is slated to miss some time, possibly being back in the second half of April.
And the Philadelphia Phillies open the regular season with a starting rotation of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Roy Oswalt, Cole Hamels and Joe Blanton.
When you have Hamels as your No. 4 starter, you know you've got a stellar starting staff.
For predictions on the 2011 MLB season and which stars are bound to break out, follow along after the (page) break.