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AL West Preview

The last preview! And we're only a week into the season! God, I hate writing these things. I wish I would have never started. Did anybody read the AL Central preview? I said Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander would be good. What's the point of even writing that? Of course they're going to be good. They're Miguel…

AL Central Preview

It's safe to say the Tigers own this division. They currently employ the Central's two best hitters and probably three of its top five starting pitchers. Even so, Cleveland and Kansas City made plenty of moves this winter to close that gap. While some of these transactions were better than others, none of them pose…

AL East Preview

With Baltimore making a playoff run in 2012 and the Blue Jays poised to make a run in 2013, baseball's most watched division is the midst of a power shift. Given their financial resources, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Yankees and Red Sox assume their familiar positions of dominance soon. This year, however,…

NL East Preview

Throughout the course of this week, I'll publish a preview of each division. For win totals, I'm basically just tossing some subjective intuition atop what I've seen in other projection systems, so I'll refrain from trying to be too precise. Instead of exact win/loss records, I'll project a five game range for each…

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