I have never been more unexcited about a MLB season ever. The Jays WILL suck. I have this expectation of them. Unfortunatly both the Yankees and Red Sox will be likely good again this year.
It's a good season for the Royals if they don't lose 100 games. I like listening to a baseball game on the porch on a nice summer day, with an ice tea or ice cold one, but if they constantly lose it kinda loses it's appeal. I'd rather go inside and play NFL 2010 on the PS3.
Hey, don't sweat it. All the baseball experts(East Coast, that is)will tell you that the Yankees and their payroll are what's good for baseball.
That's essentially what the Rockies have been doing for a while. They got rid of all their big, bloated contracts, traded for young prospects, and had them come up through the system. And now are starting in the majors, and have been in contention for the playoffs two of the last three seasons, and this year should be no different, provided everyone stays healthy.I pull for the Royals(I'm not an AL guy)in hopes that an organization can really win primarily with talent nurtured from their own system.
I think you guys will finish a bit ahead of us (Tribe) this year, so maybe you can nip at the heels of whoever is in third. Probably The Sox.
Sell out at AT&T...probably 10,000 in Oakland.I expect nothing less than the playoffs this year from the Tigers. They just need to figure out a way to beat the Royals, don't know what it is but KC has the Tigers number over the last few years.
Really looking forward to getting back to AT&T in April, I have tickets for 22 games this year, but June 26th is going to be a fun day, Red Sox-Giants at 4:05 folowed by a quick trip across the bay on BART for the Pirates-A's game.
That guy goes to most of the games for both ball clubs, though I would think he's able to get into Oakland a lot easier. I used to see him at Candlestick all the time. I think he also goes to 49ers games.