A Quick 2016 Major League Baseball Preview

mlbI am excited for this coming 2016 Major League Baseball season.  And I am so excited, I’m going to share with you all a VERY abbreviated preview.  So I figured I’ll skip all the fluff and share with you all “the bottom lines”, if you will (there are plenty sites, i.e. ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, and FOX Sports that could handle that for y’all).

Let’s go…

(In predicted order of finish, of course…)

American League


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


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


  1. Houston Astros
  2. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim near El Segundo*
  3. Texas Rangers
  4. Seattle Mariners
  5. Oakland A’s

National League


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


  1. Chicago Cubs
  2. St. Louis Cardinals*
  3. Pittsburgh Pirates*
  4. Milwaukee Bucks
  5. Cincinnati Reds


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

*-denotes wildcard team

American League winner: Kansas City over Boston

National League winner: San Francisco over Chicago

2016 World Series winner: San Francisco Giants


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1 reply

  1. My prediction: This will be the year we can finally put the Giants ‘even year’ syndrome to bed. I’m a Mets fan but something tells me this will be the year of the Cubbies.

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