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This is not the end times, this is the new normal.
This must be an Onion headline. Surely the Nationals won the division.
Six out of six CBS Sportsline writers picked the Nats to not only win the division, but the pennant. Why did they even bother playing this season?
Oh the poor dears!! How did they survive?
21 of ESPN's experts picked the Blue Jays to win the ALE, and none of them picked the Red Sox.
Of course I would have made it 22, but never mind about that. I'm still tied in the loss column in the only prediction that really counts.
CBS wasn't the only outlet to miss by buying into the Nationals hype. I suspect that a review of any preseason poll - ESPN, NBC, FOX, wherever - will have similar issues to that CBS link above.
Esoteric did nail it though.
I really though they'd miss jones more.
Add "Chris Johnson (329/366/463//829) replacing Chipper Jones (287/377/455//832)" to the same list with the Pirates as \"#### nobody saw coming."
Jason Epstein deserves some sort of prize for being the only person in any of the national media or BTF (in his case both) to even so much as mention the Pirates. (He had them in the WC play-in, then crossed them out in favor of the Giants.)
Don Sutton and Jim Powell indicated that the Braves are on the fence between Paul Maholm and Freddy Garcia as the fourth starter.
I still think the Tigers can blow it. I doubt their ability to win a game against Minnesota, and once it gets to Florida, who knows? Cleveland should be able to win the rest, or go no worse than 5-1.
It hadn't crossed my mind that they'd even consider Freddy Garcia for the playoff rotation.
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