- New York Yankees
- Tampa Bay Rays
- Boston Red Sox
- Toronto Blue Jays
- Baltimore Orioles
- Detroit Tigers
- Cleveland Indians
- Chicago White Sox
- Minnesota Twins
- Kansas City Royals
- Los Angles Angels
- Texas Rangers
- Oakland Athletics
- Seattle Mariners
-Division Winners: Yankees, Tigers, Angels. Wild Card: Rays and Rangers
- Wild Card game: Rays defeat Rangers
- Division Series: Yankees vs. Rangers - Yankees; Tigers vs. Angels - Tigers
- ALCS: Tigers vs. Yankees - Tigers
American League Champions: Detroit Tigers
- Atlanta Braves
- Philadelphia Phillies
- Washington Nationals
- Miami Marlins
- New York Mets
- Cincinnati Reds
- St. Louis Cardinals
- Milwaukee Brewers
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- Chicago Cubs
- Houston Astros
- Arizona Diamondbacks
- Los Angeles Dodgers
- San Francisco Giants
- Colorado Rockies
- San Diego Padres
Division Winners: Braves, Reds, Diamondbacks; Wild-Card: Phillies, Nationals
- Wild Card Game: Nationals defeat Phillies
- Division Series: Braves vs. Nationals - Braves; Reds vs. Diamondbacks - Reds
- NLCS: Reds vs. Braves - Braves
National League Champions: Atlanta Braves
World Series: Atlanta Braves vs. Detroit Tigers - TIGERS
-The Tigers addressed the one thing that held them back last year, a pure cleanup hitter. Verlander is a monster, but even more important is that their rotation goes five deep. They will be the best team in baseball.
-This was the PERFECT place for Prince Fielder to land and I think it will pay immediate dividends.
-The Yankees will keep chugging along . . . I forsee a long year in Boston and I really wonder how Bobby Valentine is going to fit into that mess that was left behind. Tampa looks solid again and I see no reason why they can't get back to the wild card.
-The Rangers run is over. The Angels loaded up with CJ Wilson and Albert Pujols with a team that was already strong. Texas will be chasing that one strike that got away from them last year
-As you can see, I really like Atlanta this year. If Jason Hayward returns to form they have a potent lineup, but even more important they have the arms across their rotation and in their bullpen. They are going to be very hard to beat, and unlike Boston, I think Atlanta will learn from their collapse last year.
-I have the NL East getting both Wild Card spots because I think the rest of the NL is pretty weak. I'm a Nats fanboy but there are too many "ifs" right now with Ryan Zimmerman and Adam LaRoche's abilities to play all season, will Bryce Harper have an impact, can Jayson Werth rebound? The Phillies are still loaded and the Braves are, too. BUT, the rest of the NL is weak and the Nats can definitely take advantage of the new two team wild card. And I have them beating Philly because I hate Philly.
-The Reds additions of Mat Latos, Ryan Madson, and Sean Marshall should put them over the top against St. Louis. The Cardinals have better pitching but their line-up took a real hit by losing Albert Pujols. They will be relying on a full season of David Freese and Carlos Beltran to replace him and I don't think it will be enough.
-The NL West is not good, and the D-Backs are young and talented with a great manager.