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Not a fan of anyone in the NL Central, but do have the Reds in my 13-Run Pool so Ill be rooting for Votto, Phillips, Stubbs annd company to swing the heavy lumber!!It's tough being an A's fan these day... But I'll love 'em till the day I die!!!
Andrew McCutchen and his career .321/.417/.521 line against the Cubs is going to be in the NL Central for 6 more years. Great...Great move for them though, I thought they should've done it a year ago.
Here we go Pirates here we go! This is great news today..though I hope he isn't traded down the road. Might actually be some semblance of stability in Pittsburgh finally.
this made me chuckle - leave it up to the Onionhttp://www.theonion.com/articles/prince-fielder-reports-to-spring-training-exactly,27507/I will miss the big fella (sigh)
Braun was heckled today during his at-bats in spring ball.The crowd supposedly chanted UR-INE SAM-PLE (clap clap clap clap clap) UR-INE SAM-PLE (clap clap clap clap clap)
The Brewers first road trip is in Chicago. That will get interesting
Wow that is tough..maybe they'll surprise, or some of those others won't do as well as we think?Hey Don why not come over to the B&G and meet some of the regulars?
If I had to pick a central favorite, it would probably be St. Louis. Pittsburg, Milwaukee, St. Louis should all be competitive. I think Chicago is pretty well out of it by the AS break, but they will clear some room for guys like Jackson and Rizzo at the break and become a particularly dangerous team (more so if they keep Garza).
I'm assuming one of the times you mentioned St. Louis, you meant the Reds
Who's got the best pitching staff in the NL Center?