Here’s How the 2011 MLB Season Lays Out

Tired of all the endless blather about Major League Baseball? The mind-numbing tedium known as sports talk radio (“This is Bad Dog from Vallejo… why can’t the Giants snag Albert Pujols for Eli Whiteside and Nate Schierholtz– the Cards really need an outfielder and… “).

Or the sheer density of angry sports blogs from the far reaches of the great ethernet (“Pissed off? You’re damn right I’m pissed off. Ownership sucks, the manager has his head up his big fat ass, and the starting staff couldn’t even find a paperbag to punch out of… “).

And of course that intellectual black hole otherwise known as FoxSports TV (“Wow, that booming home run from A-Rod just tied this game, Tim McCarver…”. “You know, Joe, I have to disagree with A-Rod’s approach here– in this situation a walk would have actually been a better play for the Yankees than the two run homer…”).

Thankfully this year you can skip all that because the The Giants Cove organization has put together its predictions for the 2011 MLB season. Armed with the following information you can now book that five month bike tour of eastern Poland knowing that there will be no surprises waiting for you when you get back:

American League

West Central East
1. Texas Rangers
2. Oakland As Wild Card
3. Los Angeles Angels
4. Seattle Mariners
1. Chicago White Sox
2. Detroit Tigers
3. Minnesota Twins
4. Cleveland Indians
5. Kansas City Royals
1. Boston Red Sox
2. Tampa Bay Rays
3. New York Yankees
4. Baltimore Orioles
5. Toronto Blue Jays

AL MVP Miguel Cabrera 1B Detroit
AL Cy Young David Price Tampa Bay
AL Rookie of the Year Jeremy Hellickson SP Tampa Bay
ALDS winners Oakland & Boston
ALCS winner Boston Red Sox
World Series San Francisco over Boston

National League

West Central East
1. San Francisco Gaints 
2. Colorado Rockies Wild Card
3. San Diego Padres
4. Los Angeles Dodgers
5. Arizona Diamondbacks  
1. Cincinnati Reds
2. Milwaukee Brewers  
3. St. Louis Cardinals
4. Chicago Cubs
5. Houston Astros
6. Pittsburgh Pirates
1. Atlanta Braves
2. Philadelphia Phillies 
3. Florida Marlins
4. Washington Nationals  
5. New York Mets

NL MVP Buster Posey C San Francisco
NL Cy Young Tim Lincecum San Francisco
NL Rookie of the Year    Brandon Belt 1B San Francisco
NLDS winners Atlanta & San Francisco
NLCS winner San Francisco Giants
World Series San Francisco over Boston
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