2007 Predictions: Award and Standings

April 2, 2007 at 1:44 pm 7 comments

1. BOS (93-69)
2. NYY (92-70)
3. TOR (88-74)
4. BAL (73-69)
4. TB (73-89)

AL Central
1. CLE (89-73)
2. MIN (86-76)
3. DET (85-77)
4. CHW (83-79)
5. KC (66-96)

AL West
1. OAK (87-75)
2. LAA (86-76)
3. TEX (78-84)
4. SEA (74-88)

NL East
1. PHI (90-72)
2. NYM (88-74)
3. ATL (86-76)
4. FLA (71-91)
5. WAS (54-108)

NL Central
1. HOU (86-76)
2. MIL (85-77)
3. STL (83-79)
4. CHC (82-80)
5. CIN (75-87)
6. PIT (72-90)

NL West
1. SD (88-74)
2. LAD (86-76)
3. ARI (85-77)
4. SF (73-89)
5. COL (73-89)

BOS def. OAK (5 Games)
CLE def. NYY (4 Games)

HOU def. PHI (5 Games)
SD def. NYM (4 Games)

CLE def. BOS (6 Games)

SD def. HOU (7 Games)

World Series
CLE def. SD (7 Games) CLEVELAND INDIANS 2007 World Series Champs

NL Cy Young – 1. Roy Oswlat (HOU) 2. Jake Peavy (SD) 3. Ben Sheets (MIL)
AL CY Young – 1. Roy Halladay (TOR) 2. Johan Santana (MIN) 3. Rich Harden (OAK)

NL MVP – 1. Lance Berkman (HOU) 2. Albert Pujols (STL) 3. Chase Utley (PHI)
AL MVP – 1. Grady Sizemore (CLE) 2. Nixk Swisher (A’s) 3. Travis Hafner (CLE)

NL ROY – 1. Chris Young (ARI) 2. Chris Iannetta (COL) 3. Josh Hamilton (CIN)
AL ROY – 1. Delmon Young (TB) 2. Alex Gordon (KC) 3. Diasuke Matsuzaka (BOS)

NL Comeback Player – Ben Sheets (MIL)
AL Comeback Player – Bobby Crosby (A’s)

NL MOY – Phil Garner (HOU)
AL MOY – Bob Geren (A’s)

NL Breakout – Conor Jackson (ARI), Brad Hawpe (COL)
AL Breakout – Rocco Baldelli (TB), Dan Haren (A’s)

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2007 AL Central Stat Projections Nothing Beats a Home Opener

7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Johnluke Chaparro  |  April 2, 2007 at 4:29 pm

    I like your predictions, But since when did the Mets become a second place team and lose to the PADRES. And the Indians winning the World Series. I know they will score a lot of runs and get a lot of hits with Siezmore and Hafner. But the Tribe can’t do it all with some of the people they have. Nixon, Dellucci, Borowski???

    2. NYM (88-74)

    If you saw Opening Night at St Louis, you’d rethink that prediction. The Phils can dominate, They have the staff, But Howard and Utley just can’t carry the team. The Mets will get more that 88 wins.

  • 2. Jonathan C. Mitchell  |  April 2, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    I saw opening day and I love Tom Glavine. I just believe the Phils have a better rotation and a comparable lineup. The Mets have them beat in the pen but that’s about it. As for the Pads, they picked up Maddux, got Marcus Giles, and Kouzmanoff will be a huge upgrade at 3B.

    It’s gonna be a fun season. Thanks for the comment and good luck to your Mets!

  • 3. BaseballWhammy  |  April 2, 2007 at 6:56 pm

    That’s a pretty bold prediction you’ve made there with the Tribe. I like Hafner a lot. I just don’t know if they’ll pull off the World Series though. As for the Mets, they are in a big hurt in their rotation outside of Glavine. Pedro won’t be back to July, and El Duque is not what he use to be at all. The phils have the offensive lineup that is good with power, speed and average. I think the Mets lineup is overall better than the Mets (now), in a few years Utley will winning MVPs. I personally think the NLCS is going to be between the Dodgers and the Padres, but we’ll see. I’m really excited for this season.

  • 4. Jonathan C. Mitchell  |  April 2, 2007 at 7:04 pm

    I’m glad to see you agree with me on the Pads making it to the NLCS. A lot of people seem to write them off. I know the Tribe is a little bold but I love their rotation and their lineup is awesome!

  • 5. BaseballWhammy  |  April 6, 2007 at 8:28 am

    I thought that of the Tribe last season. Sizemore is turning into a five-tool player this season, sheesh. If their rotation stays healthy, their lineup is going to keep them in most games. The AL Central should be a good race all season as ALL teams should be in the playoff/wildcard hunt.

  • 6. Jonathan C. Mitchell  |  April 6, 2007 at 10:24 pm

    I couldn’t agree more. What a division and what a player in Sizemore!

  • 7. Debbie  |  July 19, 2007 at 6:42 am


    Great site! i\’m looking forward to reading more.


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