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MLB 2014 Predictions

The following are my 2014 MLB predictions.

NL East: Washington

NL Central: Saint Louis

NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers

NL Wildcards: San Francisco, Pittsburgh

NL Champion: Los Angeles Dodgers

AL East: Boston

AL Central: Detroit

AL West: Texas

AL Wildcards: Los Angeles Angels, New York Yankees

AL Champion: Detroit

World Series: Los Angeles over Detroit 4 games to 2.

The Dodgers have not won the World Series since 1988.  This should be their year if they stay healthy.  The Dodgers have great pitching, a solid bullpen, good defense, and players who can hit.  Puig came on strong for the Dodgers at the end of the 2013 season and just missed being the Rookie of the Year.  Puig should have a solid year in 2014 if he stays healthy and focused.  Should the injury bug hit the Dodgers, I believe St. Louis could once again land in the World Series and perhaps this year, win it all.  The Cardinals are a good team with some of the same factors as the Dodgers but the Dodgers are dominating with Clayton Kershaw on the mound.

Written by The Seeking Disciple

04/01/2014 at 10:04 AM

Posted in Sports

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  1. It’s possible that this may be Sculley’s last year. Would be a nice way to go out.

    Mike Bayer

    04/01/2014 at 10:19 AM

    • What an amazing career for Vin. I recently listened to him doing play by play for the Brooklyn Dodgers versus the Cubs in 1957. He is unique and a one of a kind voice. He will be missed if this is his last season.

  2. We’ll see how long it lasts, but my Mariners are 2-0. I agree TX is the team to beat in the AL west. The Mariners haven’t been really good since the early 00’s. But hey, it was the Seahawk’s year, so maybe it will be for the M’s too. 🙂

    Kevin Jackson

    04/02/2014 at 4:50 PM

    • Could be. I like Justin Smoak (a South Carolina Gamecock) and the edition of Robinson Cano was big. King Felix is a great pitcher for the M’s.

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