Baseball Predicitons

A.L. East
1.     Red-Sox
2.     Yankees
3.     Blue Jays
4.     Orioles
5.     Rays
A.L. Central
1.     White Sox
2.     Twins
3.     Tigers
4.     Royals
5.     Indians
A.L. West
1.     Rangers
2.     Athletics
3.     Angels
4.     Mariners
A.L. Wild-Card
1.     Yankees

N.L. East
1.     Phillies
2.     Braves
3.     Mets
4.     Nationals
5.     Marlins
N.L. Central
1.     Reds
2.     Brewers
3.     Cardinals
4.     Cubs
5.     Pirates
6.     Astros
N.L. West
1.     Giants
2.     Rockies
3.     Dodgers
4.     Padres
5.     Diamondbacks
N.L. Wild-Card
1.     Brewers
A.L. MVP- Adrian Gonzalez
N.L. MVP- Troy Tulowitzki

Cy Young
A.L. Cy Young- Clay Buchholz
N.L. Cy Young-Tim Lincecum

A.L. ROY- Zach Britton
N.L. ROY- Craig Kimbrel
A.L.-Adam Dunn 45+
N.L.- Albert Pujols 35+ 
Batting Title
A.L- Dustin Pedroia
N.L.- Troy Tulowitzki

World Champion
White Sox


Forget about 2010! The Red Sox have already built a World Series contender. Signing Crawford makes them a force to be reckoned with. No other team will be able to match their monster line-up, and their strong pitching. The Red Sox have that bitter taste from an injury plagued 2010 season, but the Sox have started this off-season with a bang. They have already acquired all-star, Adrian Gonzalez, and now they add another all-star Carl Crawford! The terms of the contract are reported to be seven years for 142 million. 

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UPDATE- Cliff Lee Reportedly Offered 6yrs $140 million by Yankees

Bartlett to Padres

Jason Bartlett has been traded to the Padres for relievers, Adam Russel and Cesar Ramos. The Padres definitely got the better half of this deal. Often people forget that in 2008, Bartlett was considered the "MVP" of the Rays. In 2009 Bartlett was fantastic. He batted .320 with 14 home-runs and 66 RBI's. He has also been a decent fielder. The Rays are now left with Reid Brignac. Brignac showed a lot of promise in 2010, so (concerning SS) there isn't too much to be worried about in Tampa.
 The Padres are getting a great deal. They are getting a nice contact hitter that will fit well in Petco Park. All things considered, Bartlett can only go up from his .254 batting average last year, so that's a plus.

Pena to the Cubs!

Carlos Pena is leaving Tropicana Field and the Rays, and taking his talents to the Cubbies! Pena struggled with the bat last year. He hit under the Mendoza Line (.200). He didn't struggle hitting home runs though. He will be making 10 million for one year with the Cubs. This is not as bad as it looks. Pena is one of the best defensive First-Baseman in baseball, and you can count on him having a better year than last.