Might as well. I'm really happy "Baseball Tonight" is up and running again. Also, I have high expectations for the Diamondbacks this year. Especially after the off season moves we made.
2012 has lots of exciting things going on.
Should be neat to see how Pujols does for the Angels, how Florida with Jose Reyes works out, I wanna see if Pineda can handle the Bronx.
Little Dragon/SOFI TUKKER: 4/13 @ Pappy & Harriet's
Coachella 2017: 4/14-16 @ Empire Polo Fields
Metallica: 6/18 @ Soldier Field
I think Dee Gordon is going to have a break out year for them but don't quote me on that
Go Jays! Yu would've been nice..back end is weak
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The White Stripes 9/18
Go Red Sox though. I like that nobody expects them to be as good this season. I actually think they'll win more games than they did last year when everybody was picking them to win the WS.
De La Rosa's coming off Tommy John surgery though. Won't be ready until August at best.
103 and counting...
I'm expecting 2 NL West teams to be in the playoffs this season. My early predictions are Phillies, Reds, Diamondbacks, and Dodgers.
The Angles are gonna own this year. Can't wait for baseball
I never really liked baseball, because it's the sport that I suck at the most. But I watched the World Series last year, and I was very entertained. I think it finally snapped for me because I stopped thinking of it as guys running around bases, and more as a pitcher trying to throw the ball to the catcher, without fail. That paradigm shift really made the game intriguing for me. I hope to be able to catch the Rangers at Yankee Stadium this year.
Best farm system in baseball.
The White Stripes 9/18
The Boston Red Sox will be off the national radar screen this year and already picked to finish third or fourth in the AL East. This means they will probably win the division going away. If Beckett, Bucholz and Lester can stay fit and healthy and pitch well into September, the Sawx will contend.
Shored up bullpen with Bailey, Melancon and Padilla after losing Papelbon. Bard and Aceves will probably contend for the 4th/5th starter spot. Matsuzaka should help things in July going forward after he rehabs the Tommy John.
Love the Punto and Shoppach signings. Aviles and Punto will be keeping the SS position warm for Jose Iglesias as soon as he learns how to hit big league pitching.
If Carl Crawford becomes even half the player he was when he was #1 Sox-killer for the Devil Rays, I will be happy. Last year was, as my kids say, "epic fail."
Ellsbury: your 2012 AL MVP?
Fucking a! Baseball offseason sucks. Can't wait till pitchers and catchers report!