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aryzner
10-05-2012, 09:37 AM
Do we usually have these? I can't remember but I seem to think we have before.

Here's my prediction:

Wild Card Playoff Game
AL: Orioles over Rangers
NL: Braves over Cardinals

ALDS
Orioles over Yankees
Athletics over Tigers

NLDS
Nationals over Braves
Reds over Giants

ALCS
Athletics over Orioles

NLCS
Reds over Nationals

World Series
Reds over Athletics

Cincinnati Reds - 2012 World Series Champions.


Call me crazy but this is how I see it happening. It won't happen this way because baseball is impossible to predict but it's fun trying! :D:

White_Sock
10-05-2012, 10:16 AM
Wild Card Playoff Game
AL: Rangers Over Orioles
NL: Braves over Cardinals

ALDS
Yankees over Rangers
Athletics over Tigers

NLDS
Nationals over Braves
Giants over Reds

ALCS
Athletics over Yankees (I hope this is the matchup because I have Oakland Tix for the ALCS and would like to sell for 5X value to Yank fans)

NLCS
Giants over Nationals

World Series
Athletics over Giants

Oakland Athletics - 2012 World Series Champions.

beasly213
10-05-2012, 11:34 AM
Wild Card AL:
Texas over Baltimore

Wild Card NL: St. Louis over Atlanta

ALDS:
Yankees over Rangers
As over Tigers

NLDS:
Nationals over St. Louis
Reds over Giants

ALCS
Yankees over As

NLDS:
Reds over Nationals

WS
Yankees over Reds

palehozenychicty
10-05-2012, 08:11 PM
Wild Card:


Cardinals
Orioles

ALDS:

Tigers
Orioles

NLDS:

Reds
Nats

NLCS:

Reds

ALCS:

Orioles

World Series: Reds vs. Orioles

WS Champs: Reds in 6. This series could be another classic. Two revived franchises with strong tradition. Power in the bullpen, power in the lineups. Athletic rosters.

white sox bill
10-06-2012, 12:36 PM
With apologies to the OP if I didn't jump thru the hoops, but I hope Oakland paddles those Detroit kittens butts and rides the wave of momentum and ends up winning it all from either Washington or SF. Would bring back memories of Hunter, Jackson, Rudi, Fingers, Blue and so on. Plus Oakland seems to be the habitual underdog.