2014 MLB Predictions

I’m back once again for my 2014 MLB predictions. Last year I was correct on 8/30 of the standings and had the win/loss record correct on 3/30 considering Texas played a wild card game. Here are my predictions for the 2014 season. As always, feel free to comments your thoughts or suggestions on the standings.

AL East

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Tampa Bay






New York Y.















New York M.



AL Central

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Kansas City



St. Louis









Chicago W.









Chicago C.



AL West

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Los Angeles D.






San Francisco



Los Angeles A.















San Diego






Winners/Losers of MLB Offseason

Now that 2012 is wrapping up and the NHL is still locked out, MLB spring training is just around the corner. Lots of moves have been made in the world of baseball and very, very, little has been made in the hockey world. Headlines have been swarming around big free agents like Josh Hamilton and Zack Grienke, while the Blue Jays actually have something to look forward to in 2013 with the big trades involving players like Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson and R.A. Dickey. I have made my predictions for the upcoming season and I’m ready for Fantasy Baseball. Some winners and losers can easily be identified from the lack of trades/signings or the constant news making. This list will give you analysis on teams and how they fared during the offseason.


Winner: Toronto Blue Jays- I think the Jays would be on everyone’s Most Improved list. The Jays made headlines when they acquired pitchers Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson, shortstop Jose Reyes, infielder Emilio Bonifacio, and catcher John Buck. Then to top it all off, they acquired NL Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey and two catchers. Sure the Jays took in over $200 million in salary but the Jays finally made a move in the right direction. The Blue Jays also signed some key free agents such as Melky Cabrera and Macier Izturis. There is no guarantee to what Melky will bring to Toronto due to his PED filled year, but with a reasonable 2 year $16 million contract, I think Melky will fit in well. Overall, the Blue Jays went from basement dwellers to major contenders. The AL East has even more competition now and teams must be prepared when they take on Toronto.

Winner: Los Angeles Angels– The Angels have to get a winner’s spot due to their big signings and acquisitions. They signed the biggest free agent of the offseason in Josh Hamilton. They have AL Rookie of the Year Mike Trout and one of the best first baseman in the MLB with Albert Pujols, who I’m guessing is going to have a better offensive year in 2013 than he did in 2012. They have a great starting rotation with Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson and newly acquired Tommy Hanson. The Angels have bright spots in just about every position. They also have the newest member in the AL West (Houston Astros) to beat up on. If the Angels perform like they should be, I think the AL could have some very tough matchups ahead.

Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers– Both LA teams have cracked my winner’s list. The Dodgers ended the 2012 year with a huge trade sending James Loney and some prospects while Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett and Nick Punto were sent packing for California. The Dodgers took in over $250 million in payroll in what is said to be one of the biggest trades ever. The Dodgers also made a splash via free agency. They signed starting pitchers Zack Greinke and Hyun-Jin Ryu and now have one of the most dominant starting rotations in the NL. The Dodgers will remain on top for the next few years if these guys stay healthy. I’m hoping for a Angels-Dodgers World Series. Now that would be a series for the ages.



Loser: Miami Marlins– I’m not sure whether to laugh or show sympathy for the fans of the Marlins. This team has gone from bang to bust. They rebuild their franchise with a new, name, logo, stadium and players, then in a matter of 12 months, they are the laughing-stock of baseball. I feel terrible for the baseball fans in Miami. The team goes out and gets Heath Bell, Jose Reyes, John Buck, manager Ozzie Guillen and more only to have half their team shipped to Toronto for some prospects and the trouble-causing Yunel EscobarHeath Bell goes to Arizona, Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, John Buck and Emilio Bonifacio head to Toronto and manager Ozzie Guillen gets fired. Miami might as well trade their stadium and everything that goes with it. The rebuild leaves Giancarlo Stanton very ” pissed off, plain and simple”(as quoted by Stanton himself). Miami has a bunch of prospects, Stanton, newly acquired Juan Pierre and that awesome pool in the right field territory to keep fans coming to the stadium.


Loser: New York Mets– The Mets will have another poor season in 2013 as far as I’m concerned. They traded Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey, and catchers Josh Thole and Mike Nickeas to the Jays. They did acquire some decent prospects though. The Mets have inconsistent pitching and no consistent hitters in their lineup except for David Wright. Ike Davis night have a respectable year in 2013. Aside from his .227 average, he did smack 32 home runs. The Mets have also had no luck in 2012 with Lucas Duda and Kirk Nieuwenhuis who struggled for playing time as the season went on. The New York Mets bright spots will most likely appear in later years when their prospects such as Travis d’Arnaud and Jordany Valdespin pan out into hopeful major league stars. For the Mets to finish out of the bottom five in the standings, they are going to need another good year from David Wright and Ike Davis aswell as needing Johan Santana to return to injury-free pitching.


Loser: San Diego Padres- The Padres have stood still though this offseason. They have made one trade that effected their current lineup. That was acquiring pitcher Tyson Ross from the Athletics. Ross will be lucky to crack the opening day roster and if he does will be a 4th or 5th starter. The Padres only bright spot of 2012 was Chase Headley’s great performance. They had struggling starters, and injury prone hitters. San Diego needs offensive help in just about all infield positions and they need a consistent pitcher. They should attempt to sign a pitcher like Kyle Lohse or Shaun Marcum. They aren’t franchise players but someone who you can count on in an important game. Unless the Padres want to remain an awful franchise, I suggest signing some players who chip in well offensively and defensively to provide a hope for a .500 season.


MLB Free Agents 2013

With the end of the 2012 season comes the start off signing, trades and waiver claims. Here are reports made by me, on all 30 teams based on free agents and players. All stats and records are as of November 30 2012. Enjoy

MLB Free Agents

Team  Free Agents (Position) Best Fitting Free Agents Tradeable Players 
Arizona Diamondbacks     Matt Lindstrom, RP
Takashi Saito, RP
Henry Blaco, C
    Michael Bourn, OF     Willie Bloomquist, SS
Atlanta Braves     Michael Bourn, OF
Reed Johnson, OF
Lyle Overbay, 1B
Chad Durbin, RP
Jeff Baker, RF
    Josh Hamilton, OF     Dan Uggla, 2B
Jair Jurrgens, SP
Baltimore Orioles     Joe Saunders, SP
Randy Wolf, SP
Endy Chavez, OF
Nate McLouth, OF
Jim Thome, DH
    Zack Grienke, SP     Brian Matusz, SP
Brian Roberts, 2B
Mark Reynolds, 1B
Boston Red Sox     Vincente Padilla, RP
Daisuke Matsuzaka, SP
James Loney, 1B
Scott Podsednik, OF
Cody Ross, OF
    Kyle Lohse, SP     Daniel Bard, RP
Chicago Cubs Manny Corpas, RP
Joe Mather, OF
Mike Napoli, C
Zack Grienke, SP
Nick Swisher, OF
Ian Stewart, 3B
Chicago White Sox     Francisco Liriano, SP
Brett Myers, RP
A.J. Piersynski, C
Kevin Youkilis, 3B
Orlando Hudson, 2B
    Michael Bourn, OF
Zack Grienke, SP
    Alex Rios, OF
Philip Humber, SP
Cincinnati Reds     Bill Bray, RP
Miguel Cairo, 1B
Scott Rolen, 3B
Ryan Ludwick, OF
    Kevin Youkilis, 3B
Adam LaRoche, 1B
Josh Hamilton, OF
    Nick Masset, RP
Cleveland Indians     Roberto Hernandez, SP
Kevin Slowey, SP
Casey Kotchman, 1B
Travis Hafner, DH
Grady Sizemore, OF
    Jose Valverde, RP
Kyle Lohse, SP
    Jason Donald,SS
Ubaldo Jimenez, SP
Colorado Rockies     Jeff Francis, SP
Jonathan Sanchez, SP
Jason Giambi, 1B
    Mike Napoli, C
Anibal Sanchez, SP
    Ramon Hernandez, C
Michael Cuddyer, OF
Detroit Tigers     Anibal Sanchez, SP
Jose Valverde, RP
Delmon Young, DH
    Ryan Dempster, SP
Nick Swisher, OF
    Rick Porcello, SP
Ramon Santiago, 2B
Houston Astros     Chris Snyder, C     Mike Napoli, C
Michael Bourn, OF
Delmon Young, DH
    Wilton Lopez, RP
J.D. Martinez, OF
Kanasas City Royals     Joakim Soria, RP     Jose Valverde, RP
Kyle Lohse, SP
Zack Grienke, SP
    Luis Mendoza, SP
Johnny Giavotella, 2B
Jason Bourgeois, CF
Los Angeles Angels     Dan Haren, SP
Zack Grienke, SP
LaTroy Hawkins, RP
J. Isringhausen, RP
Eric Hurley, RP
    Kyle Lohse, SP     Scott Downs, RP
Hank Conger, C
Kendrys Morales, 1B
Los Angeles Dodgers     Joe Blanton, SP
Randy Choate, RP
Juan Rivera, 1B
Shane Victorino, OF
Bobby Abreu, OF
    Anibal Sanchez, SP
Mike Napoli, C
    Ted Lilly, SP
Chris Capuano, SP
Juan Uribe, 3B
Nick Punto, 3B
Miami Marlins     Carlos Zambrano, SP
Juan Oviedo, RP
Carlos Lee, 1B
Chad Gaudin, RP
Austin Kearns, LF
    Mike Napoli, C
Zack Grienke, SP
Nick Swisher, OF
    Ricky Nolasco, SP
Logan Morrison, OF
Milwaukee Brewers     Francisco Rodriguez, RP
Shaun Marcum, SP
Jose Veras, RP
Alex Gonzalez, SS
Kameron Loe, RP
    Kyle Lohse, SP
Jose Valverde, RP
    Nyjer Morgan, OF
Minnesota Twins     Carl Pavano, SP
Matt Capps, RP
    Josh Hamilton, OF
Zack Grienke, SP
Michael Bourn, OF
    Glen Perkins, RP
New York Mets     Jason Bay, OF
Scott Hairston, OF
Ronny Cedeno, SS
Jon Rauch, RP
Ramon Ramirez, RP
    Michael Bourn, OF
Delmon Young, OF
Ryan Dempster, SP
    Mike Nickeas, C
New York Yankees     Rafael Soriano, RP
Andruw Jones, OF
Nick Swisher, OF
Ichiro Suzuki, OF
Raul Ibanez, OF
    Josh Hamilton, OF
Delmon Young, OF
Mike Napoli, C
    Clay Rapada, RP
Chris Dickerson, OF
Oakland Athletics     Dallas Braden, SP
Brandon McCarthy, SP
Stephen Drew, SS
Brandon Inge, 3B
Jeremy Accardo, RP
    Kyle Lohse, SP
Delmon Young, OF
    Brandon Moss, 1B
Philadelphia Phillies     Jose Contreras, RP
Ty Wigginton, 1B
Placido Polanco, 3B
Hector Luna, 1B
Brian Schneider, C
    Adam LaRoche, 1B
Michael Bourn, OF
Zack Grienke, SP
Mike Napoli, C
    Freddy Galvis, 2B
Pittsburgh Pirates     Kevin Correira, SP
Jason Grilli, RP
Rod Barajas, C
Chad Qualls, RP
    Ryan Dempster, SP
Anibal Sanchez, Sp
    Jeff Karstens, SP
Clint Barmes, SS
San Diego Padres     Jason Marquis, SP
Tim Stauffer, SP
    Ryan Dempster, SP
Josh Hamilton, OF
    John Baker, C
Will Venable, OF
Jesus Guzman, OF
San Francisco Giants     Angel Pagan, OF
Ryan Theriot, 2B
Marco Scutaro, 2B
Freddy Sanchez, 2B
Aubrey Huff, 1B
    Adam LaRoche, 1B
Michael Bourn, OF
    Brett Pill, 1B
Javier Lopez, RP
Seattle Mariners     Miguel Olivo, C
Kevin Millwood, SP
George Sherrill, RP
    Mike Napoli, C
Anibal Sanchez, SP
    Jason Vargas, SP
Brendan Ryan, SS
Casper Wells, OF
St. Louis Cardinals     Kyle Lohse, SP
Lance Berkman, 1B
Brian Fuentes, RP
    Nick Swisher, OF     Edward Mujica, RP
Tampa Bay Rays     Kyle Farnsworth, RP
Carlos Pena, 1B
Jeff Keppinger, 3B
Luke Scott, DH
J.P. Howell, RP
    Adam LaRoche, 1B
Josh Hamilton, OF
    Alex Cobb, SP
Reid Brignac, SS
Ben Francisco, OF
Texas Rangers     Josh Hamilton, OF
Mike Napoli, C
Koji Uehara, RP
Ryan Dempster, SP
Colby Lewis, SP
    Nick Swisher, OF     Mitch Moreland, 1B
Toronto Blue Jays     Jason Frasor, RP
Brandon Lyon, RP
Kelly Johnson, 2B
    Anibal Sanchez, SP     Mark Buehrle, SP
John Buck, C
Jesse Litsch, RP
Washington Nationals     Edwin Jackson, SP
Sean Burnett, RP
Chien-Ming Wang, SP
Adam LaRoche, 1B
Mike Gonzalez, RP
    Zack Grienke, SP
Ryan Dempster, SP
    Tom Gorzelanny, RP
Jesus Flores, C
Roger Bernadina, OF

2013 MLB Predictions

AL East       NL East    
Team  Wins Loses   Team  Wins Loses
1. Tampa Bay 98 64 1.   Atlanta 96 66
2. New York Y. 89 73 2. Washington 90 72
3. Toronto 83 79 3.   Miami 84 78
4. Baltimore 79 83 4.   Philadelphia 77 85
5. Boston 67 95 5.   New York M. 75 87
  AL   Central       NL   Central    
Team  Wins Loses   Team  Wins Loses
1. Detroit 101 61 1.   Cincinnati 100 62
2. Kansas City 83 79 2.   St. Louis 83 79
3. Chicago W. 82 80 3.   Milwaukee 82 80
4. Cleveland 70 92 4.   Pittsburgh 80 82
5. Minnesota 66 96 5.   Chicago C. 59 103
  AL   West       NL   West    
Team  Wins Loses   Team  Wins Loses
1. Texas 90 72 1.   Los Angeles D. 97 65
2. Los Angeles A. 85 77 2.   San Francisco 96 66
3. Oakland 82 80 3.   Arizona 88 74
4. Seattle 76 86 4.   Colorado 77 85
5. Houston 57 105 5.   San Diego 75 87
Home runs       Wins    
Player Team  Home runs Pitcher Team Wins
1. Ryan Braun Milwaukee 47 1. David Price Tampa Bay 23
2. Miguel Cabrera Detroit 44 2. R.A. Dickey New York M. 21
3. Josh Hamilton Texas 42 3. Jered Weaver Los Angeles A. 21
4. Giancarlo Stanton Miami 41 4. Cole Hamels Philadelphia 20
5. Adam Dunn Chicago W. 39 5. Gio Gonzalez Washington 19
6. Edwin Encarnacion Toronto 39 6. Justin Verlander Detroit 19
7. Mark Trumbo Los Angeles A 37 7. Matt Cain San Francisco 18
8. Jose Bautista Toronto 37 8. A.J. Burnett Pittsburgh 18
9. Jay Bruce Cincinnati 35 9. Johnny Cueto Cincinnati 17
10. Curtis Granderson New York Y. 34 10. Chris Sale Chicago W. 17
11. Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh 33 11. Yu Darvish Texas 17
12. Adrian Beltre Texas 31 12. Tim Lincecum San Francico 16
13. Josh Willingham Minnesota 30 13. Mat Latos Cincinnati 16
14. Mike Trout Los Angeles A 30 14. Yovani Gallardo Milwaukee 16
15. Carlos Beltran St. Louis 30 15. James Shields Tampa Bay 16

Hometown Baseball

Baseball is known as “America’s Game”, and the name fits. The U.S.A. has dominated MLB representation for as long as anyone can remember. They’re constantly producing and scouting American players. Since the start of the game of baseball, there has been over 15 000 players play in the MLB. The United States is followed by the Dominican Republic with around 600 players currently playing.

Top 5 current producing states for the 2012 MLB season.

1. California- 218 players including: Ryan Braun, MIL.,  Adrian Gonzlaez, LAD.,  Evan Longoria, TB.,  C.C. Sabathia, NYY.,  Jered Weaver, LAA.

2. Texas- 116 players including: Josh Beckett, LAD.,  Adam Dunn, CWS.,  Hunter Pence, SF.,  Clayton Kershaw, LAD.,  David Freese, STL.

3. Florida- 104 players including: Gio Gonzalez, WSH.,  Zack Grienke, LAA.,  Billy Butler, KC.,  Andrew McCutchen, PIT.

4. Georgia- 38 players including: Buster Posey, SF.,  Adam Wainwright, STL.,  Jeff Francoeur, KC.,  Nick Markakis, BAL.

5. Illinois- 34 players including: Curtis Granderson, NYY.,  Ben Zobrist, TB.,  Jayson Werth, WSH.,  Jason Kipnis, CLE.,


Adrian Gonzalez                                                                  Gio Gonzalez

Top 5 lowest producing states (not including zero).

1. Vermont, Delawre, North Dakota- 1 player including: Daric Barton, OAK., Paul Goldschmidt, ARZ.,  Travis Hafner, CLE.

2. Alaska, Montana, West Virginia, Wyoming, Utah- 2 players including: Aaron Cunningham, CLE.,  John Buck, MIA.,  Brandon Lyon, TOR.

3. Maine, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Rhode Island, South Dakota- 4 players including: Brian Wilson, SF.,  Paul Konerko, CWS.

4. Washington D.C.- 5 players including: Denard Span, MIN.,  Ryan Hanigan, CIN.,  Emmanuel Burriss, SF.

5. Iowa, Idaho- 6 players including: Matt Lindstrom, ARZ.,  Joel Hanrahan, PIT.,  Jeremy Hellickson, TB.


Brian Wilson                                                                    Paul Konerko

Top 5 highest producing countries (not including USA or Canada).

1. Dominican Republic- 137 players including: Jose Bautista, TOR.,  Albert Pujols, LAA.,  Hanley Ramirez, LAD.,  Robinson Cano, NYY.

2. Venezuela- 105 players including: Miguel Cabrera, DET.,  Felix Hernandez, SEA.,  Carlos Gonzalez, COL.,  Pablo Sandoval, SF.

3. Puerto Rico- 23 players including: Carlos Beltran, STL.,  Yadier Molina, STL.,  Angel Pagan, SF.,  Geovany Soto, TEX.

4. Cuba- 18 players including: Kendrys Morales, LAA.,  Yoenis Cespedes, OAK.,  Aroldis Chapman, CIN.,  Alexei Ramirez CWS.

5 Japan –17 players including: Yu Darvish, TEX.,  Ichiro Suzuki, SEA.,  Hiroki Kuroda, NYY.,  Koji Uehara, TEX.


Felix Hernandez                                                                 Carlos Beltran

MLB Team Stars, Prospects and More

I have made some categories for each baseball team. These choices are made by me and I am open to any comments or tips on these players. Here are the categories below. The 5 Player Pictures represent 5 of the players mentioned.

(RS) Rising Star(s)- A young rookie or player who has some big league experience but also has a bright future in the MLB for lots of years to come.

(UR) Underrated- A player, that in my eyes is underrated in the eyes of other fans, commentators and people.

(L) Leader(s)- A team leader that has been around the players, works well with everyone and can pump up the team when needed.

(SP) Streaky Player(s)- A player who goes on lots of streaks whether it is a hot streak or a cold slump.

(BP) Best Player(s)- The player which in my eyes is the face of the franchise, most productive and strongest player on the roster.

Arizona Diamondbacks-                           Paul Goldschmidt   Justin Upton   J.J. Putz Aaron Hill  Chris Young

RS- Wade Miley,  Paul Goldschmidt                  

UR- Gerardo Parra             

L- Justin Upton,  J.J. Putz                    

SP- Aaron Hill, Chris Young

BP- Justin Upton


Atlanta Braves-                                         Michael Bourn  Martin Prado  Brian McCann  Tim Hudson  Chipper Jones

RS- Andrelton Simmons, Taylor Pastornicky

UR- Michael Bourn, Martin Prado

 L-  Brian McCann, Tim Hudson, Chipper Jones

SP- Dan Uggla

BP- Chipper Jones, Brian McCann        


Baltimore Orioles-                                     J.J. Hardy    Nick Markakis  Mark Reynolds  Adam Jones

RS- Manny Machado, Zach Britton

UR- Pedro Strop, J.J. Hardy

L- Jim Thome, Nick Markakis

SP- Mark Reynolds

BP- Adam Jones


Boston Red Sox-                                          Jarrod Saltalamacchia  Mike Aviles  David Ortiz  Dustin Pedroia  Jacoby Ellsbury 

UR- Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Mike Aviles

L- David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia

SP- Jacoby Ellsbury,

BP- Jon Lester, David Ortiz


Chicago Cubs-                                                   Anthony Rizzo  Starlin Castro  David DeJesus  Carlos Marmol  Alfonso Soriano

UR- Carlos Marmol, David DeJesus

L- Alfonso Soriano

SP- Bryan LaHair

BP- Alfonso Soriano, Starlin Castro


Chicago White Sox-                                           Kevin Youkilis  Alex Rios  Paul Konerko  Jake Peavy Adam Dunn

RS- Chris Sale, Addison Reed

UR- Kevin Youkilis, Alex Rios

L- Paul Konerko

SP- Adam Dunn

BP- Paul Konerko


Cincinnati Reds-                                               Todd Frazier  Ryan Ludwick  Aroldis Chapman  Brandon Phillips  Jay Bruce

RS- Zack Cozart, Todd Frazier

UR- Ryan Ludwick, Aroldis Chapman

L- Joey Votto, Jay Bruce

SP- Brandon Phillips, Drew Stubbs

BP- Joey Votto


Cleveland Indians-                                              Jason Kipnis  Carlos Santana  Chris Perez  Asdrubal Cabrera  Shin-Soo Choo 

RS- Jason Kipnis, Carlos Santana

UR- Chris Perez, Asdrubal Cabrera

L- Travis Hafner, Casey Kotchman

SP- Ubaldo Jimenez, Shin- Soo Choo

BP- Shin-Soo Choo


Colorado Rockies-                                                 Wilin Rosario  DJ LeMahieu  Dexter Fowler  Jeff Francis  Carlos Gonzalez

RS- Willin Rosario, D.J. LaMahieu, Josh Rutledge

UR- Dexter Fowler

L- Todd Helton, Michael Cuddyer

SP- Jeff Francis, Todd Helton

BP- Carlos Gonzalez


Detroit Tigers-                                                     Austin Jackson  Prince Fielder  Miguel Cabrera  Jhonny Peralta  Justin Verlander

RS- Quintin Berry, Drew Smyly

UR- Austin Jackson, Max Scherzer

L- Prince Fielder, Miguel Cabrera, Jose Valverde, Justin Verlander

SP- Jhonny Peralta, Brennan Boesch

BP- Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera


Houston Astros-                                                  Jose Altuve  Brett Wallace  Jason Castro  Brian Bogusevic 

RS- Jose Altuve, Jordan Schafer

UR- Jed Lowrie, Jason Castro

L- Francisco Cordero, Chris Snyder

SP- Brett Wallace, Brian Bogusevic

BP- Jed Lowrie, Wilton Lopez


Kansas City Roylas-                                        Salvador Perez  Mike Moustakas  Alex Gordon  Billy Butler  Eric Hosmer 

RS- Salvador Perez, Mike Moustakas, Lorenzo Cain

UR- Alex Gordon, Billy Butler

L- Jeff Francoeur, Bruce Chen

SP- Eric Hosmer, Jeremy Guthrie

BP- Billy Butler, Alex Gordon, Mike Moustakas


Los Angeles Angels-                                        Mike Trout  Torii Hunter  Albert Pujols  Mark Trumbo  Jered Weaver 

RS- Mike Trout, Peter Bourjos

UR- Dan Haren, Howie Kendrick

L- Torii Hunter, Albert Pujols, Jered Weaver

SP- Erick Aybar, C.J. Wilson

BP- Albert Pujols, Mark Trumbo, Jered Weaver


Los Angeles Dodgers-                                        Shane Victorino  Matt Kemp  Andre Ethier  Hanley Ramirez  Clayton Kershaw 


UR- A.J. Ellis, Shane Victorino

L- Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, Hanley Ramirez

SP- Shane Victroino, Josh Beckett, Joe Blanton

BP- Matt Kemp, Clayton Kershaw, Adrian Gonzalez


Miami Marlins-                                                       Justin Ruggiano    Josh Johnson  Jose Reyes  Giancarlo Stanton

RS- Donovan Solano, Rob Brantly

UR- Justin Ruggiano

L- Heath Bell, Mark Buehrle, Carlos Lee, Josh Johnson

SP- John Buck, Jose Reyes, Carlos Zambrano

BP- Giancarlo Stanton


Milwaukee Brewers-                                           Corey Hart  John Axford  Aramis Ramirez  Rickie Weeks  Ryan Braun

RS- Martin Maldonado

UR- Corey Hart, John Axford

L- Aramis Ramirez, Francisco Rodriguez

SP- Rickie Weeks, Carlos Gomez

BP- Ryan Braun


Minnesota Twins-                                              Ben Revere  Josh Willingham  Ryan Doumit  Justin Morneau  Denard Span

RS- Scott Diamond, Ben Revere

UR- Josh Willingham, Ryan Doumit

L- Justin Morneau, Joe Mauer

SP- Trevor Plouffe, Denard Span

BP- Justin Morneau, Josh Willingham


New York Mets-                                                   Ruben Tejada  R.A. Dickey  David Wright  Lucas Duda  Ike Davis

RS- Matt Harvey, Ruben Tejada

UR- R.A. Dickey

L- David Wright, Johan Santana

SP- Lucas Duda, Ike Davis

BP- R.A. Dickey, David Wright


New York Yankees-                                        Derek Jeter  CC Sabathia  Nick Swisher  Russell Martin  Curtis Granderson    

RS- Ivan Nova, David Phelps

UR- Eric Chavez, Jayson Nix

L- Derek Jeter, Andruw Jones, C.C. Sabathia, Nick Swisher

SP- Raul Ibanez, Russell Martin, Joba Chamberlin

BP- C.C. Sabathia, Curtis Granderson


Oakland Athletics-                                          Derek Norris  Josh Reddick  Coco Crisp    Yoenis Cespedes 

RS- A.J. Griffin, Derek Norris, Tommy Milone

UR- Josh Reddick, Coco Crisp

L- Grant Balfour, Brandon Inge

SP- Yoenis Cespedes, Stephen Drew

BP- Josh Reddick


Philadelphia Phillies-                                John Mayberry  Ryan Howard  Jimmy Rollins  Roy Halladay  Placido Polanco

RS- Domonic Brown

UR- Juan Pierre, John Mayberry

L- Ryan Howard, Jimmy Rollins, Roy Halladay

SP- Ty Wigginton, Placido Polanco

BP- Roy Halladay


Pittsburgh Pirates-                                     Travis Snider  Jose Tabata  A.J. Burnett  Garrett Jones  Andrew McCutchen 

RS- Travis Snider, Starling Marte, Jose Tabata

UR- A.J. Burnett, James McDonald

L- Garrett Jones, A.J. Burnett

SP- Travis Snider, Wandy Rodriguez

BP- Andrew McCutchen


San Diego Padres-                                        Yonder Alonso  Yasmani Grandal  Chase Headley  Carlos Quentin  Cameron Maybin      

RS- Yonder Alonso, Alexi Amarista, Yasmani Grandal

UR- Chase Headley

L- Huston Street, Carlos Quentin

SP- Cameron Maybin, Edinson Volquez

BP- Carlos Quentin, Chase Headley


San Francisco Giants-                                  Brandon Belt  Brandon Crawford  Madison Bumgarner  Pablo Sandoval  Buster Posey

RS- Brandon Belt, Brandon Crawford

UR- Matt Cain, Madison Bumgarner

L- Pablo Sandoval, Barry Zito, Brian Wilson

SP- Tim Lincecum

BP- Pablo Sandoval, Buster Posey


Seattle Mariners-                                            Jesus Montero  Eric Thames  Dustin Ackley  Franklin Gutierrez  Felix Hernandez 

RS- Jesus Montero, Kyle Seager, Eric Thames, Dustin Ackley

UR- Michael Saunders, Franklin Gutierrez

L- Felix Hernandez, Miguel Olivo, Kevin Millwood

SP- Dustin Ackley, Jason Vargas

BP- Felix Hernandez


St. Louis Cardinals-                                      David Freese  Yadier Molina  Carlos Beltran  Matt Holliday  Adam Wainwright                       

RS- Lance Lynn, Joe Kelly

UR- Jon Jay, David Freese

L- Jake Westbrook, Yadier Molina, Rafael Furcal

SP- Jaime Garcia, Allen Craig

BP- Carlos Beltran, Matt Holliday, Adam Wainwright


Tampa Bay Rays-                                              Desmond Jennings  Ben Zobrist  Evan Longoria  James Shields  B.J. Upton

RS- Desmond Jennings, Matt Moore

UR- Matt Joyce, Ben Zobrist 

L- Evan Longoria, James Shields, B.J. Upton

SP- Carlos Pena, Luke Scott

BP- Evan Longoria, David Price


Texas Rangers-                                                Joe Nathan  Michael Young  Josh Hamilton  Adrian Beltre  Geovany Soto

RS- Mike Olt, Yu Darvish

UR- Joe Nathan, Michael Young

L- Josh Hamilton, Adrian Beltre

SP- Geovany Soto, Ryan Dempster, Roy Oswalt

BP- Josh Hamilton


Toronto Blue Jays-                                       Moises Sierra  Rajai Davis  Edwin Encarnacion    Colby Rasmus 

RS- Moises Sierra, Anthony Gose, Aaron Loup, Brett Lawrie

UR- Rajai Davis, Edwin Encarnacion

L- Jose Bautista, Darren Oliver, Omar Vizquel

SP- Adam Lind, Colby Rasmus

BP- Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion


Washington Nationals-                                Bryce Harper  Stephen Strasburg  Michael Morse  Ryan Zimmerman  Danny Espinosa

RS- Bryce Harper, Stephen Lombardozzi, Stephen Strasburg

UR- Michael Morse, Ian Desmond, Sean Burnett

L- Ryan Zimmerman, Adam LaRoche

SP- Edwin Jackson, Danny Espinosa

BP- Stephen Strasburg, Ryan Zimmerman