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  1. #1
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    This year's Orioles or Athletics

    Both of those teams had very low expectations going into 2012 and then went on to make the playoffs and lose in the first round in 5. Who do you think has a chance to do that this year?

    Cleveland Indians: 77
    Baltimore Orioles: 76
    Seattle Mariners: 76
    San Diego Padres: 74
    New York Mets: 74
    Chicago Cubs: 72
    Colorado Rockies: 71
    Minnesota Twins: 64
    Miami Marlins: 64
    Houston Astros: 59

    Those are the over unders going around from Atlantis. I think it's stupid the Orioles are that low. Putting them aside who on that list do you think could make the playoff run?

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    Seattle and Cleveland IMO

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    If i had to pick a team it would defiantly be Cleveland.

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    orioles, you win these close games with your bullpen and we are bringing every pitcher back and bringing up bundy and possibly gausmen(depending how quick he can mature)

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    Metropolitans

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    Can't be the Indians, too many people consider them sleepers.

    Has to be a team no one thinks is a sleeper.

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    Astros

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    Yeah maybe the Indians and Orioles shouldn't be up there. If you take them out, I'd say the Rockies if Tulo stays healthy, or the Mets. Their pitching could be very good.

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    The Padres had a 42-33 record after the all star break, if i have to choose one is them.

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    Padres

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewermike57 View Post
    orioles, you win these close games with your bullpen and we are bringing every pitcher back and bringing up bundy and possibly gausmen(depending how quick he can mature)
    The thing is that you cant expect the BP to repeat that success

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    I wouldn't count the Indians on this list since they actually have some decently high expectations this year. I say it'll either be Seattle or the Cubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sexicano31 View Post
    The thing is that you cant expect the BP to repeat that success
    Indians, A's, and Braves all had equal or better bullpens and they were not that good in one run games.

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    Indians and Padres.

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