2009 Baseball Previews – NL West

Since the first baseball game is tonight at 7 PM Central time, it’s probably a good idea for me to finish my final baseball preview.  Today we take a look at the NL West.  If you want to check your team’s division, you can look here: AL East, AL Central, AL West, NL East, NL Central.

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2009 Baseball Previews – NL Central

Time for the second to last preview before Sunday night’s opening game.  This one will focus on the NL Central.  You can check out the other four previews here: AL East, AL Central, AL West, NL East.  Also, while you’re at it, check out this Jim Thome bobblehead.  Notice something wrong?  Now on to the previews. Continue reading

2009 Baseball Previews – NL East

Baseball begins one week from today with a showdown between the Atlanta Braves and the defending champions Philadelphia Phillies.  So with that in mind, we’ll take a look at the very competitive NL East.  For the AL previews check here: East, Central, WestContinue reading

2009 Baseball Previews – AL West

I started doing these division by division baseball previews a while ago, planning to space them out a bit.  Then my computer crashed.  Then it took two weeks to get a new one.  So this is the inaugural post from my shiny, new HP laptop.  The typos will probably increase, so watch out for that.  Today we’re going to take a look at the AL West.  Check out the AL East and the AL Central. Continue reading

2009 Baseball Previews – AL Central

This is the second one of my 2009 baseball previews.  You can check out the AL East here.  Just a note, it was written before A-Rod needed surgery.

The AL Central is going to be one of the toughest divisions in baseball.  Last year, the Twins and White Sox needed a one game playoff to settle the score.  I feel like anyone but the Royals could easily win the crown.  Continue reading

2009 Baseball Previews – AL East

It’s about time for the 2009 Major League Baseball season to commence, so I’m going to do a little division by division break down.  Today, we’ll look at the best division in baseball, the AL East.

Last year, the Rays dropped the Devil and took home their first Division crown since joining the league in 1998.  In fact, they finished above last place for the second time ever.  In 2004 they cruised to a 70-91 record, good enough for 4th.  Continue reading

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