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  1. My Playoff Picks

    Yankees over Twins in 5
    Rays over Rangers in 5
    Phillies over Reds in 3
    Giants over Braves in 5

    Yankees over Rays in 6
    Phillies over Giants in 5

    World Series
    Phillies over Yankees in 5
    MVP: Utley
  2. 2/3rd's of the AL Season Awards

    2/3rd's of the NL Season Awards

    July is nearing its end, leaving August and September for players and teams to jockey for awards and playoff positioning. When we hit the proverbial half way point, we were ready to give David Price the Cy Young, Miguel Cabrera the MVP, and Austin Jackson the Rookie of the Year. Things do change in a month's time.

    Rookie of the Year
    It's a loaded field. Neftali Feliz has been not ...

    Updated 07-25-2010 at 02:53 PM by DirtyKash

    Major League Baseball , American League , Slant , News , Analysis
  3. Home Run Derby: Who Should Participate? has a poll up asking fans to vote for who they'd like to see in the annual Home Run Derby, with results "in no way" determining which players actually take part in the event. It's a start, I guess, that they let us vote for this, seeing that we can't even vote for pitchers in the All-Star game.

    Now if you want to vote for the .176-hitting Carlos Pena, go right ahead. If you want to vote for the ...
  4. 5 Old Guys Who Aren't Finished Just Yet

    1. Andruw Jones - Say what!? Fat Andruw Jones homered again last night, his 4th of the season already, and it was a monster off of David Price. Andruw is now hitting .323 on the season. He's been hitting in the middle of the White Sox lineup and if he can just stay around baseball for, say, 3 more years (not a given seeing what happened to Jermaine Dye, but I think Andruw is willing to settle for less money), a run at the 500-home run club isn't out of the question. Andruw has 392 career ...

    Updated 04-24-2010 at 11:00 AM by DirtyKash

    Major League Baseball , American League , National League , Analysis
  5. The National League Cy Young race: two weeks into the season

    Here is how the candidates stack up.

    1. Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies

    24 innings, 3-0, 1.12 ERA, 21 strikeouts, 2 walks

    The Doctor is in the house. Halladay has to be the leader in the Cy Young race in the National League thus far. Through 3 starts, he has 3 wins and ...
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