The TYA Staff's 2011 MLB Predictions

In honor of the onset of the 2011 MLB season, we’re pleased to present the 2011 predictions of our entire 10-man staff. Apologies for the slight loss in fidelity of the below table, but it’s still readable. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to insert a chart into a post with 11 columns...

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A Look at the 2011 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

In 2009 the Angels won 97 games and came two victories shy of making the World Series. That team featured a high-powered offense that put the ball in play to score runs. Apart from Kendrys Morales, no other player on that team had more...

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A Look at the 2011 Kansas City Royals

Our previews of the teams in the American League march on. Click here to see the other posts in this series.

It almost seems a bit premature to be writing this. No one expects the Royals to be any good in 2011. However, for long-suffering Kansas...

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A look at the 2011 Minnesota Twins

Joe Mauer (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Note: For previous Yankee Analyst 2011 team previews, click here.

The 2010 Minnesota Twins opened their beautiful new stadium with a bang, hitting (.334 wOBA, third-best team mark in the AL) and pitching (3.91 staff...

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A look at the 2011 Texas Rangers

Your 2010 AL MVP

Note: For previous Yankee Analyst 2011 team previews, click here.

In divvying up the 2011 team previews, I knew I wanted both the Rangers and Twins. Having spent massive amounts of time analyzing both teams for the...

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A look at the 2011 Cleveland Indians

The fantastic World of Sports hasn’t been entirely at all kind to Cleveland fans. He-who-must-not-be-named left the now-crippled Cavaliers in decidedly mind-boggling fashion in preference of the weepy Miami Heat. The Browns have enjoyed only three winning seasons over the past two decades resulting in a measly two postseason appearances.  And...

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A look at the 2011 Oakland Athletics

Trevor Cahill (Photo: Swingin

Note: For previous Yankee Analyst 2011 team previews, click here.

The 2010 Oakland Athletics (81-81, 2nd place in the AL West) represented quite the dichotomy — on the...

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A look at the 2011 Detroit Tigers

Last season I visited a friend of mine in Ann Arbor. While I was there my buddy Josh and I saw all four games the Yankees played in Detroit in 2010. It was a miserable series for the Bombers. Apart from an explosion in...

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