1) Washington Nationals: 90-72
As hard as it is for me to acknowledge (being that I grew up not only a Mariners fan but also a Braves fan) the Nationals, if healthy, should win this division and win it fairly comfortably.
To add to their rotation, the Nationals acquired Doug Fister (remember him Mariners fans?) who in the three years since leaving Seattle is 32-20 with a 3.29 ERA and a 9.9 WAR.
Heading to the National League can only help to improve Fister’s numbers.
The Nats will fall to the Braves this season if health is an issue, as it was in 2013. But if this team can stay healthy, they should be putting on a nightly show in our Nation’s Capital.