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2012 MLB Team Preview: Baltimore Orioles

Since 2008 the Baltimore Orioles have been the bottom feeders of the toughest division in baseball, the AL East. Last season the O’s finished with a 69-93 record, which marked the franchise’s 14th consecutive losing season. The O’s did end 2011 on a positive note, winning 11 of their last 18 games and eliminated the […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: New York Mets

Since their infamous 2007 collapse, the New York Mets just can’t seem to get a break. Last season the Mets finished fourth in the NL East winning with a 77-85 record, which is not so bad considering the team was riddled with injuries. The Mets and their fans have to believe that things will get […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Cleveland Indians

The 2011 Cleveland Indians came out of the gate hot last season, and were first in the AL Central up until July 20th having won 51 games. Following that day, the Tribe only won 29 more games in 2011, and finished the season a distant second with 15 games separating them and the division leading […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies have been a force in Major League Baseball, winning 102 games in 2011. Over the past five years the Phillies have built a résumé that includes NL East champs five times; 2008 World Series Champs, almost repeating again in 2009; and played in the NLDS the last two seasons. This ball-club is […]

Will the Bronx Bombers be standing come October?

Where will the Bronx Bombers, and the 29 other teams be standing come October? Do you know how each division will look at the end of the 2012 MLB season? Well, I guess it is the perfect time to make some predictions, so might as well start with mine. Here is how I think the […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Minnesota Twins

The Minnesota Twins plunged to the bottom of the AL Central in 2011 finishing with a 63-99 record, which was the second worst in baseball. In 2010, the Twins won 94 games and captured their second-straight American League Central title, which is why last season’s fall, came unexpectedly. It just seemed like everything in Minnesota went […]