Found March 29, 2013 on Midwest Sports Fans:
As of Monday, March 25, Accuweather was reporting that snow was still covering 48% percent of the United States. Guess what? Baseball’s regular season will start Sunday night regardless. (And then all the cold air will have no choice but to retreat to where it belongs: Canada.) The larger question is whether the wholesale acquisitions made by the Toronto Blue Jays will result in an American League East championship and possibly a World Series Champion? Or will the Jays prove to be this year’s version of the Miami Marlins: a hyped-up product that ultimately proved to be nothing but hot air? With that, I go off on my annual quest to predict the won-loss record of all 30 MLB teams. When doing this, I try my hardest to have the cumulative records add up to 2,430 wins (not accounting for rainouts, of course). Can R.A. Dickey and the Blue Jays live up to they hype? (Image credit: Chris Young, The Canadian Press) AL EAST 1.  Toronto Blue Jays (91 wins) I’m buying some of the TBJ drink but...
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