1. New York(NL)
The Bullpen is secure; now they just have to work a little on the outfield.
2. New York (AL)
Expect to be in the top five of the rankings when you have three of the best pitchers in the league; Chin-Ming Wang, C.C, and Burnett.
3. Chicago (NL)
They still won’t win a World Series, no matter how good they get.
Best infield (Other than at Short,) and very good rotation. Also added Tazer.
World Series champ, signed Rauuuuul, and resigned Moyer.
6. Tampa Bay
Trading Jackson was a bad choice.
If the team can work together, I see them getting into the playoffs. They actually have a good team.
All they need is a first baseman. Miguel Cairo?
Good young team, led by one of the greatest MLB players, Justin Morneau.
Best outfield in baseball.
11. San Francisco
Rented a train wreck (Renteria,) and signed a few other free agents.
Nomar, Furcal, and Manny may all be gone.
13. Chicago (AL)
The team is lead by Quintin, no, let me rephrase that; Quintin is the team.
They may start the long road back to greatness this season.
15. St. Louis
.500 winning percentage very plausible for this team.
They lost C.C, most likely Sheets, and don’t have a closer.
One of the best outfields in the league, they must put together a rotation.
Lost Burnett, looking to rebuild.
A rebuilding season could turn out better than planned.
20. Kansas City
Great third baseman, and a team full of prospects
Now, they go back to rebuilding.
No more Holliday, no more wins!
Similar year to last year.
I see another Big Red Machine…a little down the road.
If the young guys (Hanahan) can do anything, you might see a .500 season.
Bunch of old, overrated guys.
The LaRoach ‘bros will be good
Unless they get Tex, another bad season.
Rebuilding; year 6.
30. San Diego
Eventually, they will begin rebuilding.
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And Ben, the Mariners will not be good this year.
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