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Friarhood Staff Predicts 2013 Season 

Predictions are fun, and little else.  They are certainly not informational, so no running to the casino, but here’s how the Friarhood writers see the 2013 season shaking out:

Friarhood staff Steve Adler Brandon Cline Richard Dorsha
NL West Giants Giants Giants
NL Central Reds Reds Reds
NL East Nationals Nationals Braves
AL West Angels Angels Angels
AL Central Tigers Tigers Tigers
AL East Rays Blue Jays Rays
NL Champions Nationals Nationals Reds
AL Champions Angels Angels Angels
World Series Champion Nationals Nationals Angels
NL MVP Joey Votto Buster Posey Joey Votto
AL MVP Albert Pujols Robinson Cano Albert Pujols
NL Cy Young Clayton Kershaw Kris Medlin Mat Latos
AL Cy Young Justin Verlander Yu Darvish Jared Weaver
Optimistic Padres prediction Gyorko wins ROY Alonso hits 15-20 HR Padres finish .500 or better
Friarhood staff Chris Kelly Glen Miller Matt Rennick
NL West Giants Giants Giants
NL Central Reds Reds Reds
NL East Nationals Nationals Nationals
AL West Angels Rangers Angels
AL Central Tigers Tigers Tigers
AL East Blue Jays Orioles Blue Jays
NL Champions Nationals Nationals Nationals
AL Champions Blue Jays Tigers Tigers
World Series Champion Nationals Tigers Nationals
NL MVP Bryce Harper Jason Heyward Bryce Harper
AL MVP Jose Bautista Jose Bautista Mike Trout
NL Cy Young Clayton Kershaw Matt Cain Stephen Strasburg
AL Cy Young Jared Weaver Felix Hernandez Justin Verlander
Optimistic Padres prediction Kyle Blanks hits for cycle Grandal hits 10 HR in 95 games Padres win 90, earn Wild Card



About the author: Richard Dorsha

The Padres above all others. There is nothing else in sports I want more than a Padres World Series title. My sports fandom begins and ends with the Friars. A San Diegan and Padre fan for more than 30 years now. Love to view the Padres from a historical context after reading about the team's humble beginnings to the dream come true of joining the National League. Been to more Padre games than I can count, seen more hours of Padre baseball than I care to mention.