Our 2013 MLB Season Predictions

The 2013 MLB Season kicks off tonight at 8pm.  It will be Texas Rangers LHP Matt Harrison (18-11 3.29 ERA for 2012) on the hill opposing Astros RHP Bud Norris (7-13 4.50 ERA in '12).

The 2013 MLB Season kicks off tonight at 8pm. It will be Texas Rangers LHP Matt Harrison (18-11 3.29 ERA for 2012) on the hill opposing Astros RHP Bud Norris (7-13 4.50 ERA in ’12).

Borrowing a page out of CBS Sports, here are our predictions for divisional finishes, playoffs, as well as the awards which succeed the season as a whole.  Feel free to comment your own predictions!  Have a great Opening Week, baseball fans!

2013 MLB Predictions Craig Denis
American League East Toronto Blue Jays Tampa Bay
New York Yankees Toronto
Tampa Bay Rays Baltimore
Baltimore Orioles New York
Boston Red Sox Boston
American League Central Detroit Tigers Detroit
Cleveland Indians Chicago
Kansas City Royals Cleveland
Chicago White Sox Minnesota
Minnesota Twins Kansas City
American League West Oakland A’s Los Angeles
Texas Rangers Texas
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Oakland
Seattle Mariners Seattle
Houston Astros Houston
Wildcards 1. Rangers 2. Yankees Toronto, Texas
American League Champion Toronto Blue Jays Los Angeles Angels
MVP Robinson Cano Albert Pujols
Cy Young Felix Hernandez Felix Hernandez
Rookie of the Year Dylan Bundy, Orioles Trevor Bauer, Indians
Manager Bob Melvin Jim Leyland
Comeback Player of the Year Mariano Rivera Brian Roberts
HR Champ Miguel Cabrera Albert Pujols
Surprise Trevor Bauer Yoenis Cespedes
Bust Shane Victorino Mike Napoli
National League East Washington Nationals Atlanta Braves
Atlanta Braves Washington Nationals
New York Mets Philadelphia Phillies
Philadelphia Phillies Mets
Miami Marlins Marlins
National League Central Cincinnati Reds Reds
St. Louis Cardinals Cardinals
Milwaukee Brewers Brewers
Chicago Cubs Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates Cubs
National League West San Francisco Giants Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers Giants
Arizona Diamondbacks Diamondbacks
San Diego Padres Padres
Colorado Rockies Rockies
Wildcards 1. Atlanta 2. St. Louis Washington, San Francisco
NL Champion Atlanta Braves Cincinnati Reds
MVP Joey Votto Andrew McCutchen
Cy Young Stephen Strasburg Clayton Kershaw
Rookie of the Year Zack Wheeler, Mets Adam Eaton, D’backs
Manager of the Year Fredi Gonzalez Don Mattingly
Comeback Player of the Year Wilson Ramos Chase Utley
HR Champ Giancarlo Stanton Ryan Braun
Surprise Andrelton Simmons Gerrit Cole
Bust Roy Halladay Miami Marlins (110 losses)
World Series Champion Atlanta Braves in 6. Los Angeles Angels in 5
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