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My 2011 MLB predictions.

AL East

  1. Boston Redsox
  2. New York Yankees
  3. Tampa Bay Rays
  4. Toronto Blue Jays
  5. Baltimore Orioles

    AL Central

    1. Minnesota Twins
    2. Detroit Tigers
    3. Chicago Whitesox
    4. Cleveland Indians
    5. Kansas City Royals

    AL West

    1. Texas Rangers
    2. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
    3. Seattle Mariners
    4. Oakland Athletics

    NL East

    1. Philadelphia Phillies
    2. Atlanta Braves
    3. New York Mets
    4. Florida Marlins
    5. Washington Nationals

    NL Central

    1. Cincinnati Reds
    2. Milwaukee Brewers
    3. St. Louis Cardinals
    4. Chicago Cubs
    5. Houston Astros
    6. Pittsburgh Pirates

    NL West

    1. San Francisco Giants
    2. Los Angeles Dodgers
    3. Colorado Rockies
    4. San Diego Padres
    5. Arizona Diamondbacks

    AL MVP
    1. Adrian Gonzalez (BOS Redsox)
    *Runner-Up* Nelson Cruz (TEX Rangers)

    NL MVP

    1. Albert Pujols (STL Cardinals)
    *Runner-Up* Ryan Braun (MIL Brewers)

    AL CY YOUNG
    1. Felix Hernandez (SEA Mariners)
    *Runner-Up* Jon Lester (BOS Redsox)

    NL CY YOUNG
    1. Josh Johnson (FLA Marlins)
    *Runner-Up* Clayton Kershaw (LA Dodgers)

    AL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    1. Jeremy Hellickson (TB Rays)

    NL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    1. Brandon Belt (SF Giants)

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