MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL West

Wrapping up the American League, it’s time to take a closer look at the AL West. This division has a clear front-runner (Astros), but has two other teams that look to be in win-now mode (A’s and Angels). Will the Astros’ reign continue? Will the A’s or Angels make the playoffs? Could the Rangers or Mariners surprise? Let’s discuss. First Place: Houston Astros Projected Record: … Continue reading MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL West

MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL Central

After taking a look at the strongest division, it’s time to preview the weakest division in the MLB: the AL Central. None of these five teams are true World Series contenders, but the top two are serious playoff contenders thanks to the rest of the division being filled by three rebuilding clubs with little MLB talent. Indians or Twins? Who comes in first? Who finishes … Continue reading MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL Central

MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL East

With the A’s and Mariners facing off in Japan in less than one week, and with the season starting for all 30 teams on March 28, it’s time to start making predictions for each MLB team. We’ll go division by division, starting with the AL East. This is a very intriguing division with two World Series contenders, another playoff contender, and two rebuilding teams. Red … Continue reading MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL East

Top Five Designated Hitters

It’s time to cap off our position rankings by looking at the top designated hitters. This is a fun list to do; only offense matters on this list. Since this is obviously limited to players in the American League, we’ll limit this list the top five designated hitters. Who are they? Let’s take a look! #5 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics Projected Stats: .245/.328/.527 (.855 OPS) … Continue reading Top Five Designated Hitters

Top Ten Relief Pitchers

After going over the always controversial top ten list for starting pitchers, it’s time to do the same for relief pitchers. This is an interesting list, with a lot of different prototypes include. In here, we have our traditional closers and set-up men, but we also have pitchers who are pitching multiple innings out of the bullpen. That makes it hard to compare one another, … Continue reading Top Ten Relief Pitchers

Top Ten Right Fielders

Continuing on with our top ten lists, let’s finish with our last list involving position players. Left field and center field had an enormous amount of talent, but neither compares to right field. The top four players on this list are all MVP candidates, while the next four to five could definitely make the All-Star team this season. It’s a list so talented that players … Continue reading Top Ten Right Fielders