• Quick recap: In 2021, I went 20-10 on O/U’s in teams total wins throughout the year. My proudest call was the under on the Padres. My biggest swing and miss was the Dodgers. I predicted under, and they squeaked out an over in the last few days. I also did divisional predictions on who would win the division. The Brewers at +340 was the biggest winner. I also got the Astros at +130 and the White Sox at -140. What will 2022 have in store for us? I have no idea, but let’s make some predictions!

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    AL CHAMPION: Blue Jays +390

    NL CHAMPION: Dodgers +200

    WORLD SERIES WINNER: Blue Jays +830

    AL WEST

    DIVISION WINNER: Astros -245

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Mariners +440

    Houston Astros

    2021 Record: 95-67

    2022 O/U: 92.5

    Prediction: Over -124

    I don’t know where the love is lost for the Astros? They lost Carlos Correa, sure, but every other position is the same, or better. In baseball, one player doesn’t make as big of a difference as it does in other sports. Jeremy Peña  is expected to man SS in Correa’s place. He is a defensive-minded SS with plenty of room to grow offensively. Their offense should still be plenty strong, and their pitching has all the potential in the world. Will a healthy Justin Verlander be close to what he was a few years back? He’s looked good in Spring Training so far. Forrest Whitley is another year better. Don’t forget about Jose Urquidy or Framber Valdez as well. They even have a strong bullpen with three guys that can close. I understand the AL West is stronger as a whole, but I still don’t see why the Astros can’t push for 100 wins in 2022.

    Seattle Mariners

    2021 Record: 90-72

    2022 O/U: 84.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    This is an over I don’t love taking, but I’m weirdly comfortable with it. As a lifelong Mariners fan, I’ve really gotten used to disappointment. I took their under last year, and I obviously lost. Their pitching is what worries me. They’re relying on guys like Logan Gilbert and Marco Gonzalez, who have had some mix of inconsistency and luck on their side. I love the signing of Robbie Ray, who won the Cy Young in 2021. I don’t expect that again, but I still love it. Offensively, I think this team could be a juggernaut, which is weird to expect. This is a franchise that hasn’t had more than one or two solid bats at a time for quite awhile. They traded for Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez, who should provide plenty of power. Julio Rodriguez has been announced to the opening day roster. We have to keep our expectations reasonable on this guy, but his ceiling is very high. He has all the potential in the world to be the next big thing. If the Mariners pitching can hold up, I think this team could even mess around and accidentally make the playoffs.

    Oakland A’s

    2021 Record: 86-76

    2022 O/U: 71.5

    Prediction: Under -134

    It’s a tradition unlike any other, doubting the A’s and their thrifty roster. This time though, I think they went a bit too far. They sold off Chris Bassitt, Matt Olson, Matt Chapman and Sean Manaea. That’s a lot to recover from. Having said that, they still have some solid pieces. I just don’t think it’s going to be enough. The top 2 in this rotation are quality pitchers with Montas and Irvin. They have a reliable closer in Trivino and a young AJ Puk in the bullpen. For their lineup, they have a bunch of veteran leadership and some young pieces like Christian Pache who is still very exciting. All in all, this team is just too thin. They’re going to have to stay very healthy to try and stay above the .500 mark.

    LA Angels

    2021 Record: 77-85

    2022 O/U: 83.5

    Prediction: Under -120

    This team frustrates the hell out of me. They have arguably the two best players in the world, and they are doing nothing with them. Shohei Ohtani is setting records left and right, and hopefully Mike Trout is healthy this year. They’ve made small moves here and there to improve their team, but ultimately they have done nothing. I still love Rendon at the hot corner and I’m happy they’ve finally gotten out from under Albert Pujols. The best thing they did this offseason was sign Noah Syndergaard. He’s a very good gamble in my eyes. If he can stay healthy, he can make a big difference. All in all though, they just fall short again. Their pitching is far too weak, even after the addition of Syndergaard.

    Texas Rangers

    2021 Record: 60-102

    2022 O/U: 74.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    I’m getting 2001 vibes from this Texas Rangers team after signing a big name shortstop for probably too much money. The A-Rod signing got the Rangers all the way up to 73 wins. I love Corey Seager, he and his brother have been two of my favorite players in the league for awhile now, but he alone will not save this team. I said it in the Astros portion of this article, one player does not make that big of a difference in baseball. I actually kind of like this team positionally and their lineup is decent. I like Mitch Garver behind the plate and Marcus Semien at 2nd. Their pitching is what will get them in trouble though. Jon Gray is their “ace”, and he could very well be that. He’s shown glimpses of greatness these past few years, and he’s been in Colorado where few pitchers can truly succeed. I wouldn’t be surprised if he can get his ERA under 4.00 this season. It falls off after that though. Martin Perez is expected to be their number 2 and his ERA and FIP were above 4.5 in 2021. This year has the potential to be a solid stepping stone to future successes for this team, but I don’t think they get over 70 wins.

    AL CENTRAL

    DIVISION WINNER: White Sox -245

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Tigers +530

    Chicago White Sox

    2021 Record: 93-69

    2022 O/U: 91.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    I don’t see why this team won’t do exactly what they did last year. They’re strong all over the field and their pitching is top notch. Yoan Moncada is continually becoming the player we hoped he would become. His slash line keeps growing and growing, and there’s no reason to think that can’t continue into 2022. They didn’t make a ton of moves in the off-season, and they didn’t really need to. I think my biggest question is, will Lance Lynn be as dominant? He very well could be, as his underlying metrics all say it was real enough. Even if he isn’t, I still have faith that Kopech, Giolito, and Cease will take another step forward and they can make up for any lost production. The AL Central as a whole is slightly better, but I still think the White Sox have every opportunity to get 95 wins this year.

    Cleveland Guardians

    2021 Record: 80-82

    2022 O/U: 76.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    This is one of the hardest teams for me to handicap. I only say that because I’m not 100% sure the direction this franchise is going, and their roster is very much Jekyll and Hyde. Their rotation is the Jekyll as it’s a very solid top 4 with a legit ace at the top with Shane Bieber. The Hyde then, of course, is their lineup. Jose Ramirez is still very much a threat to hit 30+ home runs with a solid slash line. After that, a steep fall off. Is Amed Rosario the Guardians’ next best hitter? With pitching injuries being as prevalent as they are lately, I don’t want to get caught relying on their pitching staff to throw a gem every night. I lean to the under here because ultimately I think they’re sellers at the deadline. Shane Bieber is on a one-year deal and I think he’s a major piece on the move at the trade deadline.

    Detroit Tigers

    2021 Record: 77-85

    2022 O/U: 78.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    This is probably my favorite over thus far. I’m very confident in this one. First off, they were trending up the second half of 2021. It was very obvious to most that this was a team poised to make the next step. They made one major move during the off-season, and that was the addition of Javier Baez. He brings so much to this team on both sides of the ball. More importantly though, he’s one of those intangible guys. Spencer Torkelson should get the nod to the big leagues as he made it to AAA very quickly last year and should take over 1bBwhen he gets the call up. I love the idea that Miguel Cabrera should primarily be a DH now and spend even less time at first. Their pitching staff is locked and loaded as well with Mize, Manning, and Skubal all just a year better. I’m hoping Riley Greene gets the call up as well to man CF, he has decimated AA and AAA. In the words of Dewey from Malcolm in the Middle, “The future is now, old man.”

    Kansas City Royals

    2021 Record: 74-88

    2022 O/U: 75.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    I went from one of my easiest picks in the Tigers, to probably my least confident pick here. To tell you the truth, I could very easily see a scenario where they win 81 games and go .500. I can equally see a scenario where they only win 65 games. I think it all comes down to their pitching staff. Both their rotation and bullpen are a big question mark for me. Zack Greinke signed a one-year deal to come back to where it all began for him. Great! But also maybe not. He’s not the lovely personality type, so that could go either way. Will Brady Singer take a step forward? He was a highly touted prospect who has yet to really show it in the bigs. Brad Keller and Kyle Bubic are the guys you’re relying on to get wins? Seems iffy to me. Their offense and defense are great. They have speed all over the place and they’ll hit for power just fine. If their pitching can hit their potential, I’m going to look silly having taken this under. I just don’t think that’ll be the case here.

    Minnesota Twins

    2021 Record: 73-89

    2022 O/U: 79.5

    Prediction: Over -141

    I’m taking the over in this one and I’m already counting it as a win. They only won 73 games last year, but they were pegged by everybody to make a run at the wild card going into the season. They did nothing but improve their roster in the off-season as well. They made four additions that I think are going to work beautifully. They signed Carlos Correa to a weird three-year deal, also trading for Gio Urshela, Gary Sanchez, and Sonny Gray. We all know how great Carlos Correa can be, and I imagine he’s happy to be out of the constant pressure cooker that they put themselves in in Houston. Sonny Gray has had his ups and downs but overall I like that add a lot. Their pitching as a whole makes me a tad nervous, but I still think it’s good enough. That offense should be able to bail them out of a lot of situations as well. This AL Central is a two-team race in my mind, and the Twins are the first team out.

    AL EAST

    DIVISION WINNER: Blue Jays +158

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Yankees +208

    Tampa Bay Rays

    2021 Record: 100-62

    2022 O/U: 89.5

    Prediction: Under-127

    This is kind of a tough team to handicap. They’re in a very tough division, they have solid pieces at every position, but I just still don’t believe in them. The problem for me is they don’t have a lot of depth. Just a few injuries and I think they could be in some trouble. They signed Corey Kluber which could be a beautiful thing. He is a great addition to this pitching staff of oddballs. Shane McClanahan is going into his second season in the bigs after flying through the minor leagues. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him struggle a bit as the rest of the league adjusts to him. Guys like Luis Patiño and Vidal Bruján are exciting prospects that have just barely dipped their toes in the big leagues. This is still a good team. Would I be surprised if they went on to win 100 games this year? Absolutely not. I just think they won a few more games than they should’ve won in 2021. Life will balance out and I think they lose a few more than they should this upcoming season.

    New York Yankees

    2021 Record: 92-70

    2022 O/U: 92.5

    Prediction: Over -112

    It makes sense that these Yankees are expected to have about the same record, considering it’s pretty much the same team. They lost some decent production in Corey Kluber and Gio Urshela, and all they pretty much got back was Josh Donaldson. They also traded for Gallo last year. He was terrible with the Yankees. He has to be better this year, so I’m going to consider him a new addition. I feel like we know what the offense is going to look like. They’re going to hit a lot of HRs and score a lot of runs. The pitching staff is the question. Gerritt Cole is a lock at the top of this rotation, everything under that is a bit of a question mark. They all have potential for sure and Jordan Montgomery is another year removed from Tommy John surgery, while the bullpen is also a strong spot for this team. All in all, I think they hit right around this mark, so I’ll lean to the over.

    Boston Red Sox

    2021 Record: 92-70

    2022 O/U: 85.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    I’m going over on this one, but not by much. Positionally, their starting 9 can go toe to toe with anybody in the league. The addition of Trevor Story is what really puts this over the top. Enrique Hernández and his versatility could be vital because they are a tad thinner than I would like them to be. My biggest issue with this team is their pitching. Their rotation and bullpen have some glaring holes. I like Eovaldi and Pivetta to start the rotation off. Next is Chris Sale. He is a big question mark. He pitched in only 9 games last year and he looked very good doing that. Having said that, he just broke a rib a few days ago and his timetable is the end of May, which probably means a few weeks into June. Behind him though, they have some depth and some veteran guys in Rich Hill, James Paxton, and Michael Wacha. I’m taking the over, but I sure don’t love it.

    Toronto Blue Jays

    2021 Record: 91-71

    2022 O/U: 91.5

    Prediction: Over -134

    This division is the Jays’ to lose if you ask me. They have it all. They have guys who can hit for average, guys that can hit for power, guys with speed, and guys with all of those tools. Vladimir Jr. hasn’t even gotten to his prime yet, George Springer just needs to stay healthy, and the addition of Matt Chapman is a phenomenal move on both sides of the ball. Now Vlad Jr. will never have to be a negative at the hot corner. On the pitching front, they can go about 8 starters deep until I start to get nervous. If you really wanted to poke and prod until you found a weak spot, I guess the bullpen would be it. They had a middling bullpen last year, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we’re in the same situation this year. A small part of me kind of hopes that Ross Stripling becomes their weird niche closer.

    Baltimore Orioles

    2021 Record: 52-110

    2022 O/U: 62.5

    Prediction: Under -131

    The question isn’t “Can they win 11 more games?”, it is “Do they want to win 11 more games?” I’m going to say no. Tanking for a very long time is the cool thing to do these days. They have a top-5 farm system already, but their big league talent is still lacking. They have some great pieces in Ryan Mountcastle and Cedric Mullins. John Means can absolutely replicate his 2019 and 2021 seasons. Outside of that though, not much to be excited about. They’re expected to call up Adley Rutschman this season. He’s a very exciting catching prospect and a No. 1 overall pick a few years ago. I just think they’re in too tough a division, and they’re still a year away from really trying to compete.

    NL WEST

    DIVISION WINNER: Dodgers -265

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Giants +440

    San Francisco Giants

    2021 Record: 107-55

    2022 O/U: 85.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    There is no way this team can replicate the magical 2021 season where they somehow mustered up 107 wins. But are they going to lose 22 more games than they did last year? No. This is still a very quality team. They did lose a few big pieces in Kris Bryant and Kevin Gausman in free agency, and Buster Posey due to retirement. They are still set at every position with veterans like Brandon Belt, Brandon Crawford, and Evan Longoria. Yastrzemski and Joey Bart are still young and exciting pieces. Their pitching staff is still pretty loaded, even after the loss of Gausman. The bullpen is also very strong. Gabe Kapler said that Jake McGee is expected to close games for them. He has had a sub 3.00 ERA the past two years. Even if he falters, their bullpen is deep enough to where they have options. I like this team a lot, especially if their lineup can stay relatively healthy.

    LA Dodgers

    2021 Record: 106-56

    2022 O/U: 96.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    This number seems like a joke to me. Sure, they lost Corey Seager, Kenley Jansen, and Max Scherzer. Don’t forget, they also brought in Freddie Freeman and they’re still stacked. Positionally, they’re the best team in baseball. They easily have a top-10 bullpen with Blake Treinen and Craig Kimbrel both available to close. Their rotation is likely the weakest link in this championship-caliber team. Losing Scherzer is a big blow. I love their top 3 in Buehler, Urias, and Kershaw. After that it gets a tad dicey. I wouldn’t be surprised to see them trade for another arm at the deadline and make a run at another World Series.

    San Diego Padres

    2021 Record: 79-83

    2022 O/U: 88.5

    Prediction: Under -134

    This team didn’t really do anything in the off season until very recently. Which I kind of respect in a way. They’ve spent a long time making this roster, and they believe in it, which they should. I still just think they’re a couple offensive pieces away from making a real run at a championship. Fernando Tatís is going to start the season with a broken wrist and is expected to be out for three months. That leaves this team a little too thin. Their rotation should be their strong suit. They now have 5 legitimate starting pitchers after their trade with the A’s to acquire Manaea. Overall, this team will be better than their very disappointing season in 2021. I just don’t think they’ll be 10 wins better, especially after the Tatís injury.

    Colorado Rockies

    2021 Record: 74-87

    2022 O/U: 69.5

    Prediction: Over -114

    I don’t completely understand where the Rockies are as an organization. They have a handful of great pieces, but their overall talent level is sub par. They signed Kris Bryant in a very perplexing move. They seemed determined to finish 5-10 wins under .500 for the next five years. I’m very confident they end the 2022 season with 70-75 wins. I know they’re in Coors Field, but their pitching staff might be the best part of this team. Each member of the rotation, Marquez, Senzatela, Freeland, Gomber, and Kuhl, has shown that they can be very solid pitchers. If they can be consistent (which is hard to do with the Coors effect) this team might even be able to make a run at a .500 season. Offensively, they have some really good hitters. They’re just kind of shallow, and I don’t think it’ll take too many injuries to derail them.

    Arizona Diamondbacks

    2021 Record: 52-110

    2022 O/U: 65.5

    Prediction: Under -121

    This is essentially the exact same team they had in 2021. Do the oddsmakers not know that wins don’t grow on trees?!?! I don’t know where they’re magically going to find 14 wins. They have one feel-good story in Ian Kennedy, though. He’s returning back to the first team that really gave him a chance. Other than that, I don’t have many exciting things to say. They have some decent pieces in the lineup, and I do like their pitching. Bumgarner is yet another year older. Which Mark Melancon are we going to get? I do think Merrill Kelly and Zac Gallen are exciting pieces to look forward to though. If they can take another step forward in their development, this could be a team to watch in a few years.

    NL CENTRAL

    DIVISION WINNER: Cardinals +183

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Brewers -194

    Milwaukee Brewers

    2021 Record: 95-67

    2022 O/U: 88.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    I feel weird taking this under, but I’m going to do it anyway. This is essentially the same roster as last year, but everything just kind of went right last year. Their pitching was unmatched. Four of their top five starters all had career years. The one that didn’t, Corbin Burnes, had the second-best year of his short career. I just don’t think that happens again. The biggest problem with that is that their offense is not nearly good enough to make up for lost production. They won a lot of low-scoring games last year. Christian Yelich hasn’t been himself since 2019. It was fun watching Willy Adames take a big step forward last year though, and I’m excited to see his growth in 2022. They’re going to need more guys in their lineup to follow suit for them to win some games this year.

    St. Louis Cardinals

    2021 Record: 90-72

    2022 O/U: 85.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    The NL Central is weak enough that I think they can squeak past this over. I also think that this team is sneaky good. They have guys at every position that can contribute to a winning club. And of course, they have the feel-good story of Albert Pujols coming back for one last year. I think this season really comes down to their pitching though. Jack Flaherty had a good year last year, but he was injured for a lot of it. He needs to stay healthy and be the pitcher everyone has expected him to be for the last five years. They added Steven Matz, which was a great signing. Adam Wainwright is in his age-40 season. He has been solid the last few years as he found his old man touch. Can he have another solid season in 2022? I have a lot of faith that this rotation can rise to the occasion. If that’s the case, this could be an easy cover.

    Cincinnati Reds

    2021 Record: 83-79

    2022 O/U: 75.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    This is another team where I’m not quite sure what their direction is as an organization. They should be in tank mode. I think they’re getting there, but they haven’t quite started the process yet. They traded away a few big pieces in Jesse Winker, Eugenio Suarez, and Sonny Gray. Yet, they didn’t get a whole lot back. This team won’t be terrible though. They still have some very exciting players in Jonathan India, Nick Senzel, and Luis Castillo. However, my gut is telling me they’ll be in sell mode come the trade deadline. I imagine at least one of those guys will be donning a different uniform come July. Even with that, the other guys they currently roster are not ideal. Joey Votto is a shell of what he used to be, yet he’s still projected to be at 1B over 90% of the season. I’m also nervous about the majority of their rotation, and I’m nervous about their bullpen.

    Chicago Cubs

    2021 Record: 71-91

    2022 O/U: 74.5

    Prediction: Under -121

    We’re still a year or two away in this rebuild for them to be adding wins. Yes, they have a few young studs in Nico Hoerner and Nick Madrigal. Overall though, they just don’t have the talent to win. Nor do I think the front office wants them to win. This team probably made the most moves in the offseason, but not a lot of it really affects the product on the field. Two moves they did make that I really liked were the signings of Wade Miley and David Robertson. However, with a team in their situation, there is very much a chance they’ll be gone by the trade deadline. This under is mostly predicated on the fact that I don’t think the franchise as a whole wants them to win 75 games.

    Pittsburgh Pirates

    2021 Record: 61-101

    2022 O/U: 64.5

    Prediction: Under -120

    I’m going to keep this write up short for one very specific reason. I just wrote this exact same thing for the Cubs. They aren’t going to win 65 games for two reasons. They don’t want to, and they don’t have the talent to do so. Their strong spot is their rotation. Quintana and Brubaker heading up their rotation is actually fairly juicy. After that though, there is nothing to be excited about with this team. They’re still in rebuild mode. This is an easy under for me and I expect them to win about 60 games again.

    NL EAST

    DIVISION WINNER: Phillies +390

    RUNNER-UP CONTENDER: Braves +123

    Atlanta Braves

    2021 Record: 88-73

    2022 O/U: 90.5

    Prediction: Under -127

    This is a bold stance for me to take, and I’m not even super comfortable with it. First story line with this team is the departure of Freddie Freeman, and the welcoming of Matt Olson. I know this wasn’t a trade, but essentially in a way, it was. At first, I thought the Braves lost this trade. The more I sit on it, the more I like it long-term. For this season though, I think it’s a loss, albeit, a minor loss. Beyond that, the NL East as a whole is much better. Every team in the division is expected to win more games than they did last year. This is still a very good team, and a World Series contender. Their rotation goes six deep easily, and their bullpen is one of the best in baseball. I’m only taking the under because of their main competition improving, and any World Series hangover issues that might occur the first few weeks of the year.

    Philadelphia Phillies

    2021 Record: 82-80

    2022 O/U: 84.5

    Prediction: Over -127

    I love this team. No excuses this year as they are primed for a run. The addition of Nick Castellanos gets me all bubbly inside. He’s been one of the best hitters in the league for awhile now. Sure, he’s out of the Great American Ballpark, but he’ll be just fine. I think their bullpen may be under rated. Their rotation is kind of where I think this team will either make or break their season. Aaron Nola is a solid No. 1. Kyle Gibson, Zack Wheeler, and Zach Eflin all have had their ups and downs. Ranger Suárez had a career year in 2021. If they can come together as a whole, this will be a team not to be trifled with.

    New York Mets

    2021 Record: 77-85

    2022 O/U: 90.5

    Prediction: Under -120

    Everything that could’ve gone wrong in 2021 for the Mets, did go wrong. They could just never get their season off the ground. It didn’t help that their big star add, Fransisco Lindor, had easily the worst season of his career. I hate taking this under for 2022 because this team has absolutely improved. They had a great offseason, and they are easily one of the more intriguing teams in all of baseball. They polished up their rotation with the signing of Max Scherzer, and trading for Chris Bassitt. They join a rotation with Jacob deGrom who is my favorite pitcher to watch. DeGrom is already injured and expected to miss a few months, and now Scherzer is dealing with a hamstring problem. Their offense and defense are essentially the same. I’m really looking forward to this team and I wouldn’t be surprised to see them atop the NL East by the end of the year. BUT! I’m still taking the under for one simple reason. The Braves won this division last year with only 88 wins. This was a pretty bad division last year and the Braves still only managed 88 wins. This entire division has improved and I can see a scenario again where no team breaks the 90-win mark.

    Miami Marlins

    2021 Record: 67-95

    2022 O/U: 76.5

    Prediction: Under 127

    This team has absolutely improved. Have they improved by 10 wins though? I’m going to lean no, as that is too tall a task. Their rotation is top tier. Alcántara, Lopez, and Rogers are as good of a top three you can get. Now, they should get a full year of Jesús Lazardo as well. After that, I think this team falters quite a bit. I don’t like their bullpen, and I think their offense will be lacking a touch. Their offense is fine, I guess. It’s just lacking anybody exceptional. Jazz Chisolm taking another step forward will be exciting. He’s a really fun player who is easy to root for. Other than that…? I don’t know. They’ll have to win ugly or not at all. I just don’t see how this team will push for a .500 record. I think they end up around the 70-win mark.

    Washington Nationals

    2021 Record: 65-97

    2022 O/U 71.5

    Prediction: Over -124

    I assumed the under when I started digging into this team. I surprisingly talked myself into taking the over. They brought in enough veteran pieces, and their younger guys will be a year better hopefully. Keibert Ruiz will be in the bigs for a second year. Carter Kieboom has had a disappointing start to his MLB career. He was a highly touted prospect coming up in the Nationals farm system. He is obviously still talented and can absolutely reach his potential. That probably won’t happen this year, but hopefully we can see him take a step in that direction. They still have the best hitter in MLB in Juan Soto and they brought in Nelson Cruz who just refuses to stop hitting dingers. Their rotation is underrated if you ask me. Their top four will be able to compete and put them in a good position to win every time they’re out there. They also brought in a few feel-good stories for their bullpen in Sean Doolittle and Tyler Clippard, who are still quality arms that will provide some much needed innings for this team. The Nationals won’t be contenders for the division title by any means, but I do think they’ll be respectable and maybe push for 4th place in the NL East.

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