It's been a wild week for the Yanks, with a couple tough losses, 2 Joba mini-starts
, and a few classic come-from-behinders to top things off quite nicely. What about the rest of the league, though? Surely they did something
last week. Let's examine those other dudes... in 10 words or less!AL East Who would have thought it'd be a 3-horse race?Boston
: Manny Being
: Could be the real deal. Also, I love a good brawl
: Bullpen blowing it
. No chance with Sox/Yanks/Rays(!) anyway.Baltimore
: Where washed-up veterans go to die.AL Central This seems wrongChicago
: Ozzie reaches 10 on crazy-meter, Sox win. Go figure.Minnesota
: Good work at draft
: Time to trade Sabathia... to the Yanks!Detroit
: Bonderman dunzo
. And the team: Dunzo.Kansas City
: Thank you.AL West We all know who's winning hereLos Angeles
: Pitching good, and when Vladdy starts hitting? Unstoppable.Oakland
: Will you still be "Oakland A's" when you move? Just a thought.Texas
: Josh Hamilton = best story in sports.Seattle
: You are the weakest link. Goodbye.NL East AKA Mets SmackdownPhiladelphia
: If Chipper goes down, Utley's got an MVP shot.
: Coming back to earth. Don't bet on them
: Can Chipper stave off injury
and continue? If so, MVP?New York
: WTF? You can't even beat the Padres?Washington:
Prime candidate for deadline trades. Cordero, Johnson?
NL Central I spy with my little eye: 3 teams with a chance and 3 with no hope
Chicago: Will the other 29 let Cuban in?
St. Louis: Nothing to say about you, but found good blog: www.vivaelbirdos.com
Milwaukee: Bill Hall looking for a way out.
Pittsburgh: Great outfield (McClouth, Bay, Nady). Rest of roster? Que triste.
Cincinnati: Jay Bruce still ridiculous; #600 still eluding Griffey.
NL West No hot race = back to being the "forgotten division"
Arizona: Cooling off after hot start. Still my NL West prediction.
Los Angeles: Andruw Jones injured, lineup better off without him.
San Francisco: They scored 10 runs? In one game?? With that offense?!
San Diego: Nice Mets sweep. Perhaps you're not horrendous after all.
Colorado: Pray more.
Labels: other teams, rest o' the league round-up