2012 MLB Predictions

Since I was too damn lazy to finish that series, here’s my predictions for the 2012 MLB Season.

2012 MLB Predictions:

AL East:

New York Yankees 99-63

Tampa Bay Rays 94-68

Toronto Blue Jays 90-72

Boston Red Sox 87-75

Baltimore Orioles 73-89

AL Central:

Detroit Tigers 97-65

Cleveland Indians 88-74

Kansas City Royals 82-80

Chicago White Sox 77-85

Minnesota Twins 69-93

AL West:

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 101-61

Texas Rangers 98-64

Seattle Mariners 66-96

Oakland Athletics 61-101

NL East:

Philadelphia Phillies 93-69

Miami Marlins 90-72

Atlanta Braves 88-74

Washington Nationals 85-77

New York Mets 59-103

NL Central:

Cincinnati Reds 92-70

Milwaukee Brewers 88-74

St. Louis Cardinals 86-74

Pittsburgh Pirates 82-80

Chicago Cubs 66-96

Houston Astros 60-102

NL West:

San Francisco Giants 94-68

Arizona Diamondbacks 91-71

Los Angeles Dodgers 89-73

Colorado Rockies 80-82

San Diego Padres 74-88

Playoffs:

AL Wild Card:

(4) Texas Rangers defeat (5) Tampa Bay Rays

NL Wild Card:

(5) Atlanta Braves defeat (4) Miami Marlins

AL Division Series

(2) New York Yankees defeat (4) Texas Rangers 3-1

(1) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim defeat (3) Detroit Tigers 3-1

NL Division Series

(1) San Francisco Giants defeat (5) Atlanta Braves 3-2

(3) Cincinnati Reds defeat (2) Philadelphia Phillies 3-2

AL Championship Series

(2) New York Yankees defeat (1) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 4-2

NL Championship Series

(1) San Francisco Giants defeat (3) Cincinnati Reds 4-1

World Series

AL New York Yankees defeat NL San Francisco Giants 4-3

Awards:

AL Comeback Player of the Year: Adam Dunn, DH, Chicago White Sox

NL Comeback Player of the Year: Josh Johnson, RHP, Miami Marlins

AL Rookie of the Year: Mike Trout, OF, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

NL Rookie of the Year: Tyler Pastornicky, SS, Atlanta Braves

AL Manager of the Year: Mike Scioscia, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

NL Manager of the Year: Ozzie Guillen, Miami Marlins

AL Cy Young: Jon Lester, LHP Boston Red Sox

NL Cy Young: Josh Johnson, RHP, Miami Marlins

AL Most Valuable Player: Robinson Cano, 2B, New York Yankees

NL Most Valuable Player: Joey Votto, 1B, Cincinnati Reds

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