Friday, February 22, 2008

A.L. Central Prediction

With two blockbuster deals in the central this offseason, the Tigers enhanced their offense and pitching staff while the Twins are taking a step back, making this a two-team race. If Francisco Liriano stays healthy, Minnesota should be able to stay in third, but if his arm problems persist, it could be a very long season in the Twin Cities. It should be a tighter race at the bottom, as the signing of Jose Guillen could give the Royals the "juice" they need to compete for fourth.

I crack myself up.

1. Detroit Tigers (98-64)
2. Cleveland Indians (95-67)
3. Minnesota Twins (76-86)
4. Chicago White Sox (74-88)
5. Kansas City Royals (71-91)

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