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Who will be the surprise team in the MLB this season?
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Florida Marlins 2 22%
Chicago Cubs 4 44%
Arizona D-Backs 1 11%
Milwaukee Brewers 2 22%
Seattle Mariners 0 0%
Philedalphia Phillies 0 0%
 
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FLAMarlins35 » Posted 1/17/07 9:00:00PM

Who will pull a tigers?


GO MARLINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OchoCinco » Posted 1/24/07 6:14:00PM

Gotta vote for my D-Backs

FLAMarlins35 » Posted 1/17/07 9:00:00PM


Posted by OchoCinco

Gotta vote for my D-Backs





GO MARLINS!!!!!!!

cowcatcher » Posted 1/16/07 1:02:00AM

brewers, tons of young talent

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FLAMarlins35 » Posted 1/17/07 9:00:00PM


Posted by cowcatcher

brewers, tons of young talent








MARLINS ARE EVEN YOUNGER!!! OYA!!!

GO FISH!!!

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tamarslay3 » Posted 1/15/07 11:21:00PM


Posted by FLAMarlins35


Posted by cowcatcher

brewers, tons of young talent








MARLINS ARE EVEN YOUNGER!!! OYA!!!

GO FISH!!!




GO GIANTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FLAMarlins35 » Posted 1/17/07 9:00:00PM


Posted by tamarslay3


Posted by FLAMarlins35


Posted by cowcatcher

brewers, tons of young talent








MARLINS ARE EVEN YOUNGER!!! OYA!!!

GO FISH!!!




GO GIANTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!









GO FISH!!!!

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hippysmacker » Posted 1/15/07 9:10:00PM

I'll go with the marlins because of there pitching, I still think they need a big bat to protect Cabrera in their lineup and a wide-ranging centerfeilder( Andru Jones would cover both these holes if they want to shell ou tthe money in free agency next year) . The top of their lineup is stacked, but I think Hermida is their best bet is to bat behind Cabrera. That's alot of pressure for a young guy. Willingham has power too and he's more proven in the major's, but I think Hermida is more talented and is the longterm answer. That's if they don't make a trade for a more proven bat. My guess is if their in the race at the trading deadline again, they will make a trade. They have the prospects.

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FLAMarlins35 » Posted 1/17/07 9:00:00PM


Posted by hippysmacker

I'll go with the marlins because of there pitching, I still think they need a big bat to protect Cabrera in their lineup and a wide-ranging centerfeilder( Andru Jones would cover both these holes if they want to shell ou tthe money in free agency next year) . The top of their lineup is stacked, but I think Hermida is their best bet is to bat behind Cabrera. That's alot of pressure for a young guy. Willingham has power too and he's more proven in the major's, but I think Hermida is more talented and is the longterm answer. That's if they don't make a trade for a more proven bat. My guess is if their in the race at the trading deadline again, they will make a trade. They have the prospects.






I love the Marlins but the GM wants to move them and he does not want to spend any money at all. As much as i want them to i dont think they will go get anyone from F.A. or they will not trade. They got some bats, like uggla and h. ramirez, but your're right, they need one more bat and they will do good. I think they might make the wild card in the weak NL, but it won't be easy.

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Gogoplata » Posted 1/15/07 10:38:00PM

Go Cincinnati Redlegs.



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