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NBA Finals Predictions


Here we go! It’s time! Are you ready for NBA Finals??? Will Lebron be able to finally close out a championship and get a ring, or will the young guns in OKC prove to be too much??

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NBA Playoff Predictions – Western Conference Finals


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Steve

Spurs 4 Thunder 2

Scott

Thunder 4 Spurs 3
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NBA Playoff Predictions – Eastern Conference Finals


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Steve

Heat 4 Celtics 1

Scott

Heat 4 Celtics 2
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NBA Playoffs Predictions – East Round 2


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Steve

Celtics 4 Sixers 1

Heat 4 Pacers 3

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NBA Playoffs Predictions – West Round 2


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Steve

Spurs 4 Clippers 1

Thunder 4 Lakers 3

 

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NBA Playoffs Predictions – East Round 1


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Steve

Bulls 4 Sixers 0

Heat 4 Knicks 2

Pacers 4 Magic 0

Celtics 4 Hawks 3
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NBA Playoffs Predictions – West Round 1


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Steve

Spurs 4 Jazz 1

Thunder 4 Mavs 3

Lakers 4 Nuggets 2

Grizzlies 4 Clippers 3
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2012 MLB Predictions


Steve Scott Carlos
AL East Red Sox Yankees Yankees
AL Central Tigers Tigers Tigers
AL West Angels Angels Angels
AL Wild Card Rangers Rangers Rangers
AL Wild Card Yankees Rays Rays
NL East Phillies Marlins Phillies
NL Central Reds Reds Reds
NL West Diamondbacks Diamondbacks Giants
NL Wild Card Braves Phillies Marlins
NL Wild Card Brewers Brewers Brewers
AL Champions Angels Tigers Angels
NL Champions Diamondbacks Marlins Reds
Word Series Champions Angels Tigers Angels
AL MVP Albert Pujols Miguel Cabrera Evan Longoria
NL MVP Justin Upton Hanley Ramirez Justin Upton
AL Cy Young Justin Verlander Felix Hernandez Dan Haren
NL Cy Young Roy Halladay Roy Halladay Madison Bumgarner
AL Rookie of the Year Jesus Montero Matt Moore Jesus Montero
NL Rookie of the Year Bryce Harper Bryce Harper Trevor Bauer
David Aaron Yankee Todd
AL East Yankees Yankees Yankees
AL Central Tigers Tigers Tigers
AL West Angels Rangers Rangers
AL Wild Card Red Sox Red Sox Red Sox
AL Wild Card Twins Angels Angels
NL East Phillies Phillies Phillies
NL Central Brewers Reds Reds
NL West Diamondbacks Diamondbacks Giants
NL Wild Card Marlins Marlins Marlins
NL Wild Card Giants Giants Brewers
AL Champions Yankees Rangers Yankees
NL Champions Phillies Diamondbacks Phillies
Word Series Champions Yankees Rangers Yankees
AL MVP Alex Rodriguez Albert Pujols Robinson Cano
NL MVP Jose Reyes Hanley Ramirez Joey Votto/Matt Kemp
AL Cy Young C.C. Sabathia Justin Verlander C.C. Sabathia
NL Cy Young Roy Halladay Roy Halladay Roy Halladay
AL Rookie of the Year Jesus Montero Jesus Montero Mike Trout
NL Rookie of the Year Starling Marte Yonder Alonso Bryce Harper
 

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NL West Preview


by Aaron Rife

The NL West is almost always a two-team race; it’s not always the same two teams but it had been seven seasons since a team won the division by more than 5 games. Last season, Arizona managed to win the division by 8 games. This season looks like its set up to be the same at the top with a surprise coming to the cellar of the NL West.

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Posted by on March 29, 2012 in Aaron Rife, Baseball, Sports

 

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AL Rookie of the Year Preview


By Aaron Rife

For the 3rd year in a row a pitcher has won the AL Rookie of the Year. Jeremy Hellickson took home the honor

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Matt Moore, SP Tampa Bay Rays: How many pitchers have made their 2nd career start in the postseason, win it, and still have to compete for a rotation spot the following season? I’m willing to bet not very many. Such is the case for Matt Moore. Moore was impressive in only 19 total innings last year (including the postseason), but this year he’s likely to start the season on the outside looking in. Even if that’s the case it won’t be for long. Look for Moore to settle in to the rotation in early May and produce very good numbers: something in the range of 10-4, 3.30 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, and a 10+ K/9IP. Very solid numbers but I think he’ll miss out on the ROY in a close battle.

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Posted by on February 22, 2012 in Aaron Rife, Baseball, Sports

 

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