Lot of people picking Soriano, but I don't see that happening, and I am a HUGE Cubs fan.
He has some nagging injuries and I don't think he is going to have the speed he normally does. That could actually be good for him because if he can't run, they may move him down in the order and get him some RBI chances. In any case, I don't see him getting the numbers it takes to be an MVP.
And this one is true so far as well.....to pat myself on the back.
Personally, anyone who thinks that any team besides Detroit is going to win the AL Central obviously didn't see who all they picked up in the offseason. Detroit is going to be a juggernaut in the AL this year, and quite honestly is my early on favorite to win the whole **** thing (although I like the optimism by some for the Twins, but I just don't expect anything until 2010).
I'm not a Tigers kid, I'm a Twins fan. I, along with most baseball experts, just DID NOT see Detroit becoming the absolute mess it has become. Detroit and Cleveland were supposed to run away with this division. Instead, they have left the Twins, playing baseball at the level most everyone expected at the beginning of the year - around the .500 mark - to be in the running to steal the division.
Besides - fewer people should be talking when just about everybody whiffed as badly as they did when it comes to the Yankees and the Rays...
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
Arizona is suppose to be the team of the future...they are not looking so futuristic in the last two weeks.
Cubs Rule on Top.
Royals sink even further.
Reds rise from the ashes.
Yankees finally gaining.
Padres remain pathetic.
Giants continue to surprise.
Orioles have hopes.
Rockies crumble through injuries.
Dodgers do good for Torre.
Tigers stink it up.
Mets are an aging machine.
Red Sox ride Manny and Colon.
Others do not surprise.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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