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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 07:51 am
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Alphabetical and by 'league'
Baltimore Orioles
77.5
Boston Red Sox
91.5
Chicago White Sox
68.5
Cleveland Indians
93.5
Detroit Tigers
68.5
Houston Astros
96.5
Kansas City Royals
76.5
L.A. Angels
84.5
Minnesota Twins
82.5
New York Yankees
93.5
Oakland A’s
74.5
Seattle Mariners
81.5
Tampa Bay Rays
76.5
Texas Rangers
78.5
Toronto Blue Jays
81.5


Arizona Diamondbacks
86.5
Atlanta Braves
73.5
Chicago Cubs
93.5
Cincinnati Reds
71.5
Colorado Rockies
82.5
L.A. Dodgers
95.5
Miami Marlins
64.5
Milwaukee Brewers
81.5
New York Mets
80.5
Philadelphia Phillies
74.5
Pittsburgh Pirates
76.5
San Diego Padres
69.5
San Francisco Giants
81.5
St. Louis Cardinals
84.5
Washington
 91.5

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Over on the
Giants Brewers Mets Rockies Mariners

Under on the
Dodgers Tigers Ranges Marlins



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The Jays seem about right....being around .500 seems to be where they are settling in for the next decade or so.



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I'm a Phillies fan, but I have relatives who are Pirates fans and we live only a couple hours away from Pittsburgh. I love going to that ballpark, it's how baseball should be. So it disappoints me to see the Pirates brief flirtation with respectability is already over. I'd take a Pirates dynasty over a Yankees/Red Sox/Dodgers dynasty any day of the week.



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White Sox and Tigers BOTH at 68.5?

I would think the Sox have positioned themselves nicely with their rebuild and should advance....but the Tigers?? Not so much.

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Best bet is Astros under. I know they have a great team but come on. A lot can happen over the course of a long regular season.



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KGB wrote: I'm a Phillies fan, but I have relatives who are Pirates fans and we live only a couple hours away from Pittsburgh. I love going to that ballpark, it's how baseball should be. So it disappoints me to see the Pirates brief flirtation with respectability is already over. I'd take a Pirates dynasty over a Yankees/Red Sox/Dodgers dynasty any day of the week.
I couldn't agree more, except for the Phillies fan part.  The tickets aren't expensive and if there is even a halfway decent product on the field (81-81 record) the fans will come.  Beautiful park, not the ideal situation to drive into if you are not a local because parking kinda blows.  We paid $20 to park in a hotel right near the stadium because the line to park in the Heinz Field lots was at least a half hour long.  I wondered why everybody was doing it when I went to the hotel and the lot was mostly empty, and I realized that a pair of tickets to many parts of the park cost less than $20 and there's no way the locals would justify that expense.

Perspective - we had an independent league team here called the Bridgeport Bluefish, they played for about 25 years and this was their last season because the City of Bridgeport decided to turn the stadium into something more multi-purpose.  But the local community basically supported independent league baseball for about 25 years, and I know for a fact that the tickets my brother got from work cost his company double of what we paid for similar seats for the Pirates.  I also know I paid $6 for aluminum bottles of Bud Light, which is a steal at events in this area...but for a larger cup of Iron City we paid $5 in the Burgh.



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Too high for the Jays. Another sub .500 season.

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Phillies will be lucky to win 70 games with their starting pitching.



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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Phillies will be lucky to win 70 games with their starting pitching.

5 years into a rebuild and not even a .500 season to show for it. Ridiculous.

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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Phillies will be lucky to win 70 games with their starting pitching.But the new manager says they will contend for the NL East title.....:?



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beejmi wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Phillies will be lucky to win 70 games with their starting pitching.

5 years into a rebuild and not even a .500 season to show for it. Ridiculous.

The first overall pick in 2016 (Mickey Moniak) and the guy's not even among baseball's top 100 prospects this year.  That's how you blow a rebuild. 



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