1. NL Central Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates

    The Pirates organization has been on a downfall since they lost Barry Bonds. Over the past five years, their highest win total was 72, and that was in 2004. Least year they only managed to grab 67 wins...

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  2. New York Mets 2009 Season Preview

    The New York Mets will win the NL East this time, after blowing the lead two straight years in a row. They will have a great bullpen to guarantee Johan about 30 wins this year. Na, I'm just joking...

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  3. NL East Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

    Yes, the Mets will finally hold off the Phillies to win the NL East this year, I swear. The Mets have the bullpen now to finish games and hold off late comebacks by teams. The Phillies however might win the wildcard in the National League...

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  4. NL East Preview: Florida Marlins

    The Marlins will have a lot of young help this year, with the returning Hanley Ramirez, Dan Uggla, Jeremy Hermida, and Cameron Maybin looking to make significant contributions...

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  5. NL East Preview: Atlanta Braves

    The Atlanta Braves broke up their great pitching staff a few years ago with the departures of Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine. This year, John Smoltz went to the Red Sox, and last year, Glavine came back from the Mets; however, Glavine still wasn't the same..

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  6. Washington Nationals 2009 Season Preview

    The Washington Nationals enter the 2009 season with a young, revamped lineup. The Nationals will lean on third baseman Ryan Zimmerman for power, and will have to turn to Lastings Milledge or Nick Johnson to do the rest...

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  7. The 2009 AL West Preview: A Profile of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have lost some steam during the offseason, but they can still be a playoff contender...

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  8. AL West Preview: Oakland A's

    The Oakland A's, with some new faces, most likely will tie with the upstart Rangers for second in the American League West division...

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  9. AL West Preview: Texas Rangers

    I honestly think that there will be a tie for second between the Texas Rangers and the Oakland Athletics. The Rangers didn't add anyone major this offseason, but they do have players ...

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  10. AL West Preview: Seattle Mariners

    The Mariners have a very young staff stepping forward. Felix Hernandez is the sure-fire ace but people have to watch out for Brandon Morrow is the key youngster that could make a name for himself in the rotation...

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  11. AL Central Preview: Minnesota Twins

    I predict the Minnesota Twins will win the AL Central. The Twins have a very good mash of players that could produce good enough chemistry. Players like Carlos Gomez, Denard Span, Justin Morneau, and Joe Mauer all can do well in this lineup...

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  12. AL Central Preview: Chicago White Sox

    The White Sox will bounce back and make a run at the AL Central this year after a 89-74 record. The Whtie Sox will finish second to the Minnesota Twins and I really don't think they will win the wild card...

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  13. AL Central Preview: Cleveland Indians

    The Cleveland Indians, I predict, will finish third in the AL Central this year. They will have to ride the shoulders of Travis Hafner and Grady Sizemore if they want to finish second of first in their division...

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  14. Detroit Tigers Season Preview

    After a disappointing 2008 campaign, the Tigers will finish fourth in the AL Central this season. The Tigers need Justin Verlander to come through. In addition, Dontrelle Willis needs to come back healthy and ready to pitch...

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  15. Kansas City Royals Season Preview

    I do not think the Kansas City Royals will escape the clutches of last place. They don't have the right mix of players on the team to get the job done in the AL Central...

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  16. AL East Preview: New York Yankees

    The Yankees again have bought themselves a dynasty but will high priced players fit well with chemistry of the team? I don't know but I think that the Yankees do have the players that could bring them to the promised land in 2009...

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  17. AL East Preview: Boston Red Sox

    This is a very hard decision for me to make. The Boston Red Sox made some very key additions picking up Brad Penny and John Smoltz to help their staff, but I feel that they still lack some power ...

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  18. AL East Preview: Tampa Bay Rays

    Last year was definitely a phase. They Rays will not make it back to the post season and will have to wait an extra year for players like David Price, Jeff Niemann, Andy Sonnanstine, and Evan Longoria to fully meet their potential...

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  19. AL East Preview: Toronto Blue Jays

    I have the Toronto Blue Jays finishing a close fourth this year behind the Tampa Bay Rays. They will need a big drive to make it all the way through the season with a decent record and standing in the always tough AL East...

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  20. AL East Preview: Baltimore Orioles

    We kick off our preview of all 30 MLB teams with the Baltimore Orioles, who I predict will finish fifth in the AL East...

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  21. Steelers Defeat Cardinals and Capture Sixth Super Bowl Ring

    Ben Roethlisberger has done it again. Roethlisberger has become the second youngest football player to win a Super Bowl with his win over the Cardinals 27-23...

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  22. The Steelers Defeat the Cardinals and Capture Sixth Super Bowl: Holmes MVP

    Ben Roethlisberger has done it again. Roethlisberger has become the second-youngest football player to win a Super Bowl with his win over the Cardinals 27-23...

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  23. Eagles-Cardinals: Arizona Goes to First Ever Super Bowl

    The Arizona Cardinals made it to the playoffs for the first time since 1998 when they beat the Dallas Cowboys...

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  24. Edmonton Beats Portland in an Early Western Division Game, 14-5

    Portland already had gone off to a rough start to the season losing to Colorado and Minnesota at home, but they redeemed themselves against Colorado at their place winning 14-5...

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  25. Buffalo Bandits Rout the Rochester Knighthawks in a 23-6 Affair

    Last night the Buffalo Bandits came out of the gate with only one thing on their mind and that's winning. The Bandits started the game with a pretty comfortable 3-1 lead in the first quarter coming from John Tavares, Mark Steenhuis, and Sean Greenhalgh...

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