1. 2010 MLB Preview: NL Central, 3. Cincinnati Reds

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  2. 2010 MLB Preview: NL Central—2. Chicago Cubs

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch on every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  3. 2010 MLB Preview: NL Central, 1. St. Louis Cardinals

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  4. 2010 MLB Preview: NL East, 5. Washington Nationals

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  5. 2010 MLB Predictions: NL East's Florida Marlins

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict to be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  6. 2010 MLB Preview: NL East, 3. New York Mets

    This continues my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  7. 2010 MLB Preview: NL East, 2. Atlanta Braves

    This will begin my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  8. 2010 MLB Preview: NL East, 1. Philadelphia Phillies

    This will begin my 2010 MLB preview. I intend to touch every team in the major leagues in installments by division. The lineups I provide will be what I predict will be the most productive for each team for the MAJORITY of the season (e...

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  9. NL East 2009 Prediction: Mets in First? Braves a Sleeper?

    The top spot in the NL East, much like the AL East, is a three-way battle once more this year. Of the Mets, Phillies, and Braves, who will take the title? Let's have a look... New York Mets The Mets melted down for a second straight season in 2008..

    nick old Written by nick old about over 5 years ago 470 reads 4 comments

  10. A.L. Pitching Dream Team 2008

    Here, I will create my personal pitching "dream team" from the American League, based on 2008, as has been requested of me. I will give a brief synopsis/analysis of each pick...

    nick old Written by nick old about 6 years ago 474 reads 2 comments

  11. Les Miles is Losing...Told You So

    The things that seem obvious to me may not seem so to most (as I have come to learn). I do not make outlandish predictions to garner attention. I make predictions that many do not understand because they haven't exercised independent, non-guided thought..

    nick old Written by nick old about 6 years ago 1,655 reads 20 comments

  12. The BCS System: How Parity in College Football Today Demands a Change

    The BCS system is flawed. Did I just change anyone's life? Didn't think so. We have all known since Auburn got royally shunned from a National Championship game after going undefeated a few years ago that the BCS was ridiculous...

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  13. The SEC: What We Found Out, What We'll Find Out

    Well, there you have it. The majority of the question marks I commented on recently seem to have been ironed out...

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  14. State of the SEC West: The Contenders, Part Three of Three—Auburn

    My continuation of a three-part series concerning the contenders in the SEC West. As promised, I'm here to deliver the third and final part to my lil' mini-series on possible West champs...

    nick old Written by nick old about 6 years ago 224 reads 0 comments

  15. State of the SEC West: The Contenders, Part Two of Three—Alabama

    My continuance of a three-part series discussing the LSU Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Auburn Tigers as candidates for the SEC West title. Part Two...

    nick old Written by nick old about 6 years ago 400 reads 3 comments

  16. State of the SEC West: The Contenders, Part One of Three—LSU

    I would like to begin this article by commenting on a previously published article regarding the wide-open race of the SEC. It was written just after much-embattled QB Ryan Perrilloux was banished from LSU before he went on to Jacksonville St...

    nick old Written by nick old about 6 years ago 631 reads 8 comments

  17. Pigskin Minus Perrilloux: 2008 SEC West Wide Open

    Though the LSU Tigers weren't a shoe-in for the SEC West title for 2008 by any stretch, the "experts" now must predict a more level playing field with Ryan Perrilloux's recent dismissal from the team...

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  18. John Smoltz To Bullpen, The Braves Still Have a Shot If...

    John Smoltz said very definitely recently that he would be returning not to the rotation, but to the bullpen when be recovers from his stinit on the disabled list...

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  19. More Rotation Woes For The Braves

    John Smoltz is hurt. Another hit to the Atlanta rotation. Chuck James should be recalled. The Braves should most certainly not bring Jo-Jo Reyes up. Until he can prove to throw consistent strikes, Reyes should stay in Richmond...

    nick old Written by nick old about over 6 years ago 468 reads 2 comments

  20. Atlanta Baseball: Hampton to DL, Reyes Called Up

    Mike Hampton went back on the DL Thursday, this of the 15-day variety. Of course, it is truly frustrating that the Atlanta Braves, while paying Hampton's huge contract, haven't seen the former 20-game winner pitch in two years...

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