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April Fool’s!

So, shall i get started?

Will it be 28? The Yankees looked awfully good yesterday in their 6-3 win over Detroit, but the question remains, will they continue to win? They have the record for most consecutive Opening Day home wins, with 11!  That’s not too good, is it?  Anyways, Curtis Granderson made two great grabs in the outfield yesterday, and hit a game opening home run!  He was the player of the game in my eyes.

Real life Shark attack. Now that the playoffs are closing in on the NHL, every point counts, and usually games usually turn into low-scoring affairs, but in San Jose’s case, this was not true.  They dethroned Dallas winning 6-0, which must have pained Hawks fans because former Hawk Niemi had the shut out, and Ben Eager (former Chicago player) was the third star of the game… Great management Chicago!

Pick!

Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians The White Sox are my suprise team this year, and I actually am going to do a few features on them here and there… They open up the season at Cleveland, with Buerhle on the mound.  Watch for Alexei Ramirez, as he will probably have another great season! White Sox win.

Other games to pick with no caption (winner of mine is in bold)

Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates The Cubs are the home team in this one, yes I did add a caption… I had an article up earlier about how the Cubs will have a decent season, but still fall short of any prize of which eyes have been set on.. So, it shouldn’t surprise you that I am taking the Pirates.

Houston Rockets at Philadelphia Phillies

Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers

Standings:

  1. Musicfan58 (667 win percentage)
  2. Jacob’s Sports (659 win percentage)
  3. Fielderisnotafielder (562 win percentage)
  4. John Wall (500 win percentage)
  5. History of Sports (500 win percentage)
  6. FunnyBunnyMoney (444 win percentage)

I’m back, and so is baseball! Which of the two is more exciting?  If you answered “Jacob coming back”, you have a problem!  Every single match-up will be previewed (some more than the others), and every game will be predicted a winner, join in the comment section!

https://i1.wp.com/webspace.webring.com/people/ga/aneresnyy/derek_jeter.jpgDetroit Tigers at New York Yankees How fitting is this one?  Two teams that will finish in the top half of their division, and have a great chance at winning it… The Yankees are going to be good this year, believe me, just not as good (rotation wise) as they have in previous seasons… This will make no difference at all in this game as CC Sabathia is pitching, against Justin Verlander.  Derek Jeter is my sleeper pick this season, as he will hit .300 with 24 home runs! Home town Yankees win this one, 4-3. (NOTE: Numbers are not necessary in picks)

Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals According to CBS Sports, Stephen Strasburg is not on the Washington depth chart, per se he is in the minor leagues right now… Soon, he will be brought up, and that’s when the Nationals will start to shine (I pick them to make the playoffs)!  Still though the Nationals’ pitching is decent, Livan Hernandez will get to the start this afternoon, against Derek Lowe.  The hitting for both teams is something fans have been questioning, and today, the nay-say’ers will get their answer.  Nationals win.

L.A. Angels at Kansas City Royals The loss of Zach Greinke hurts the Royals, but they have so much young talent, I have been trying to preach this for months!  In two years, they will be in the playoffs, and this year, they have a shot at it [the playoffs], only Luke Hochevar (starting today) is no stud, he still throws accurately… The Angels should have a great season, only I am not a fan of their infield, Vernon Wells is my sleeper! Angels win!

Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds In an earlier post, I had predicted these two teams to duel for the division’s top spot, henceforth I find it fitting that these two teams face off on opening day. Edison Volquez starts for the Reds today, I hate to admit it, but he is my favorite pitcher. This game should be high scoring, around 5-4, or so, the Brewers will win.

NOTE: The preview’s of the later games will come in a later post, stay tuned!