Tuesday, July 15, 2008
LA Angels (57-38): Stay consistent and healthy and the division will easily be there's.
Chicago Cubs (57-38): Keep Zambrano and Harden healthy and pitching.
Boston (57-40): Get Ortiz healthy and ready to go in October.
Tampa Bay (55-39): Don't be cheap, go out an acquire a veteran who can help lead them into their first postseason.
Chicago Sox (54-40): Maintain the hot pitching of youngsters Floyd and Danks.
Minnesota (53-42): Get Delmon Young to hit some friggin homers.
St. Louis (53-43): Find an impact arm to compete with the Sabathia & Harden pick ups.
Milwaukee (52-43): Back of the rotation consistency to win more than twice per 5 games.
Philadelphia (52-44): Add a front line starter to help fend off the Mets and take the division.
Oakland (51-44): Someone get Gallagher and Murton to fully replace what Harden meant to the roster.
NY Mets (51-44): Continue the current hot starting and relief pitching into the 2nd half as well as adding a solid corner outfielder.
NY Yankees (50-45): Find some kind of consistency in both the rotation and the lineup.
Florida (50-45): Get Scott Olsen and Josh Johnson to start pitching like major league studs.
Texas (50-46): Attempt to pawn off assets like Monopoly for some pitching prospects.
Detroit (47-47): Get Gary Sheffield to stop gobbling
Toronto (47-48): Find someone to dump Burnett's miserable contract on.
Arizona (47-48): Sign Barry Bonds so that there's at least a tad bit of credibility in the lineup.
LA Dodgers (46-49): Get Nomar healthy and productive to add some sort of pop to their infield.
Baltimore (45-48): Play the spoiler role in the division.
Cincinnati (46-50): Trade away Dunn and Griffey to bring back a few reliable players.
Atlanta (45-50): Get some return on Teixeira's impeding free agent status.
Pittsburgh (44-50): Sell off Bay and Nady to the highest bidders and secure some prospects for the future.
Houston (44-51): Shut down Oswalt and figure out how to get him back to the old pitcher in 2009.
Kansas City (43-53): Um, get some scouts that don't suck dong.
Cleveland (41-53): Get Fausto back on track in the 2nd half and ready to take the ace in 09.
San Francisco (40-55): Improve Matt Cain's consistency to give a powerful 1-2 punch in 2009.
Colorado (39-57): Find out whether or not Bucholz or Corpas is the closer of the future after getting as much as possible for Fuentes.
Seattle (37-58): Sell off every asset possible and start fresh.
San Diego (37-58): Get Chase Headley in the lineup every day to see if he is a viable middle of the order player.
Washington (36-60): Get Milledge and Zimmerman on track to attempt to get some kind of stable presence in the 09 lineup.