2014 AL East Preview And Predictions

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Welcome fans to the 4th part of my 7-part series, previewing and predicting the 2014 MLB season. This week, we focus on the AL East. If you missed the National League predictions, you can check them out with the links below:

NL East

NL Central

NL West

It should come as no surprise that the AL East will be one of the most competitive divisions in all of baseball. Check out how I think it will all shake out.

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  • SteveF

    Orioles last….hahaha….we shall see!!..that team is loaded…

    • Dan Hughes

      The Orioles over-performed last year. Nelson Cruz? Good luck hitting in Camden. Ubaldo Jimenez? Overpaid for what you are gonna get. They were 21-12 against the AL West last year, no way that happens again (-5 wins), 8-7 in xtra inning games last year, now without their closer, that will change too (-2 wins) there ya go. 85 becomes 78. Sorry.

    • CharlieSpencer-Davis

      Seriously. The Orioles offense is absolutely stacked… the top 6 in their order actually make me cringe. It’s gonna be a tough division though– if they can find some consistent middle-rotation pitching great things could happen.