What is the biggest surprise so far in the 2011 MLB season?
The Boston Red Sox. Their horrible start surprised the baseball world. Bet this: Their post all-star break season will be record breaking!
The Cleveland Indians are in first place. They've received surprisingly good pitching and Travis Hafner is producing again. Michael Brantley has stepped up in Grady Sizemore's absence
The cleveland Indians and there terrific start! They are the number 1 team in baseball. Once Sizemore and hafner return back from injuries and if they get Santana and Choo hitting they are going to be unstoppable!
The Red Sox - both their horrible start and their recent streak. Playing even better right now than I thought they would!
Pirates. They've been playing well this season and aren't an embarassment to watch
by David 6 years ago
What baseball teams have been the biggest surprise and disappointment in 2012?Which team has been playing much better than you thought and which one is playing worse? Why do you feel this way?
by optimus grimlock 7 years ago
We have 8 days left to the start of the 2011 baseball season, whose ready????
by alexandriaruthk 4 years ago
What NFL team is the biggest surprise this season - 2013-2014?Browns or Titans? Chiefs?
by 10aeinhorn 7 years ago
The Red Sox and Phillies are the two most hyped teams for this season. Let me hear some opinions on how they will do this season.
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Still early in the NFL 2009 season. The early surprises are the Denver Broncos at 5-0, Cincinnati Bengals 4-1. I did expect Cincinnati to be vastly improved, but not this much by the victories they have acheived. Denver, well...beating Cincy was on a fluke play and the Cowboys (Cowboys are not all...
by TT 3 years ago
Who was the biggest retirement surprise from the NFL? Kyle Orton, Patrick Willis, Jason Worilds?
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