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2005 Major League Baseball Preview

Who's going to win the World Series? Will the Red Sox repeat as World Champions? Kidzworld previews the 2005 baseball season.

2005 MLB Preview - American League Picks and Predictions

As long as the New York Yankees continue to buy All Stars like Paris Hilton buys shoes, they'll continue to stay on top of the American League. New York reloaded their pitching staff by picking up Randy Johnson and Carl Pavano and should be able to get more run production from Alex Rodriguez and Jason Giambi (even if he isn't juiced up). While the Boston Red Sox are the reigning World Series champs, they don't have enough weapons this year to compete with the Yankees. But look out for the Anaheim Angels - they've got the bats and the pitching to do some damage in the playoffs.

Kidzworld 2005 Picks

  • Division Champs: New York Yankees (East), Minnesota Twins (Central), Anaheim Angels (West)
  • Wildcard: Boston Red Sox
  • AL MVP: Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees
  • 2005 MLB Preview - National League Picks and Predictions

    The National League is tougher to call, with several teams having a good chance at making the playoffs. The San Diego Padres could be a surprise to take the West, especially with Barry Bonds gone from the Giants. And don't be shocked if the Mets or the Marlins end up on top of the National League East. The only real safe picks are for the St. Louis Cardinals to win the Central division and for the Milwaukee Brewers to be as painful to watch as an Olsen twins movie.

    Kidzworld 2005 Picks

  • Division Champs: Florida Marlins (East), St. Louis Cardinals (Central), San Diego Padres (West)
  • Wildcard: Chicago Cubs
  • NL MVP: Carlos Delgado, Florida Marlins
  • 2005 MLB Season Preview - World Series Pick
    Anaheim Angels over Chicago Cubs in 7 games.

    2005 MLB Preview - What's Hot, What's Not
  • Hot - The Washington Nationals. After leaving Montreal to become the Washington Nationals, baseball's newest team has cool uniforms, an upgraded roster and will be playing in front of a sold-out stadium all season.
  • Not - Barry Bonds. He's accused of using steroids, he's about as friendly as a starving shark at a pool party and he'll probably miss most of the 2005 season recovering from knee surgery. Don't pick the Giants to win the National League West and don't pick Bonds in your Fantasy League.
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    GoddessAngel
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    BeautifulBelle
    Cheerleaders might just "hype up the team", but it still deserves to be called a sport. They're throwing each other in the air, performing possibly dangerous stunts, not even mentioning that they have to wear those skimpy outfits in freezing weather. 
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    Solemn_Angel
    Not always. For the most part, cheerleaders just hype up their team. If they do, it's just for fun.
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