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2004 Baseball World Series Predictions

Who's gonna win the World Series? Who's the next homerun king? Kidzworld makes its predictions for the 2004 Baseball season.

American League Picks and Predictions

Once again, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox reloaded their rosters to prepare for another long battle in the American League East. The Bosox picked up ace starter, Curt Schilling, while the New York Yankees opened up their bottomless bank account once again and traded for last year's AL MVP, Alex Rodriguez. In the AL West, the Anaheim Angels put themselves in the running by signing Vladimir Guerrero and Bartolo Colon.

Kidzworld 2004 Picks

  • Division Champs: Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals, Anaheim Angels.
  • Wildcard: New York Yankees.
  • AL MVP: Vladimir Guerrero.

    National League Picks and Predictions

    Expect the balance of power in the National League to shift in a big way in 2004. This could be the first year the Atlanta Braves don't make the playoffs since 1990, after losing Gary Sheffield and Greg Maddux to free agency. Meanwhile, the Houston Astros will be a force in 2004 after adding Andy Pettite and Roger Clemens to their pitching staff.

    Kidzworld 2004 Picks

  • NL Division Champs: Florida Marlins, Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants.
  • NL Wildcard: Chicago Cubs.
  • NL MVP: Albert Pujols.

    World Series

    You heard it here first! The Chicago Cubs Curse will be broken! Forget about the stupid Billy Goat and that butter fingered, four-eyed freak, Steve Bartman. Kidzworld is predicting that the Chicago Cubs will win their first World Series since 1908 with a 4-2 series victory over the New York Yankees. Mark Prior will be named the World Series MVP.

    What's In? What's Out?

    Tokyo and testing are in, while THG and tattoos are out. The 2004 season will start on March 30th in Tokyo, Japan with the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Devil Rays playing a three-game series. Baseball will also try to bring in tougher testing and penalties for steroid use and has banned the newly discovered muscle-building supplement, THG. Besides cracking down on steroids, Major League Baseball is also getting tough on tattoos. MLB told Toronto Blue Jays' pitcher, Justin Miller, he must wear a long sleeve shirt when he pitches because the tattoos on his arm are a distraction to hitters. More than half of Miller's body is covered with tattoos.

    Who do you think's gonna win the 2004 World Series? your baseball predictions to Kidzworld.

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