What teams do you think will get to the 2013 World Series?

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  1. Thief12 profile image89
    Thief12posted 5 years ago

    What teams do you think will get to the 2013 World Series?

    How do you think the MLB Playoffs will go? What teams will sink, and which ones will rise?


  2. lions44 profile image97
    lions44posted 5 years ago

    I'm sticking with the Tigers and Dodgers.
    Tigers have the two best starting pitchers in baseball. Though It seems neither the Tigers or the A's want to win tonight. Nobody is hitting.  How about some run support for their starting pitching? Boston will give Detroit a run for their money, so it might be a long series. Cabrera's health is the wild card.
       I think the Dodgers will finish off the Braves in 4. Atlanta can hit, but they're streaky. And I don't think they can get it done that way. The Cards will be waiting for them.  St. Louis may have overachieved, so maybe Dodgers in 6.

    Tiger vs. Dodgers - I'm going with LA in 6.   Great question.

    1. Thief12 profile image89
      Thief12posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Detroit is a solid team, but I think the A's are a wildcard here. They can find ways to pull out a win when you don't expect them too. As for the Dodgers, see above.

      Thanks for your answer!

  3. ecoggins profile image91
    ecogginsposted 5 years ago

    Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers

    Boston beat Detroit 2 to 1 in a three game set in early September. Dodgers keep getting hit by nagging injuries, but they have the best pitching and dominate hitting with just about everyone in the line up coming up with clutch hits when they need them.

    1. Thief12 profile image89
      Thief12posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      The Red Sox are playing really great.

      I'm a Braves fan so I'm rooting for the Braves to beat the Dodgers, but LA is playing really good baseball too.

      Thanks for your answer!

    2. ecoggins profile image91
      ecogginsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      so I guess I got half right. The Cardinals certainly played better than the Dodgers and deserve to represent the National League.


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