Tagging Up: MLB Preview 2014

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MADISON, March 30, 2014 — For the last month, Tagging Up has looked at how all 30 teams stack up in the power rankings. Clicking on the team below will take you to their team preview. While there will undoubtedly be numerous injuries, trades and surprise performances here is a best guess of how the season will play out.

AL East

Boston Red Sox

Tampa Bay Rays

New York Yankees

Baltimore Orioles

Toronto Blue Jays

AL Central

Detroit Tigers

Cleveland Indians

Kansas City Royals

Minnesota Twins

Chicago White Sox

AL West

Texas Rangers

Oakland A’s

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Seattle Mariners

Houston Astros

AL Wild Cards

Rays, A’s

AL Awards

MVP: Mike Trout, Angels

Cy Young: Yu Darvish, Rangers

Rookie of the Year: Masahiro Tanaka, Yankees

NL East

Washington Nationals

Atlanta Braves

New York Mets

Philadelphia Phillies

Miami Marlins

NL Central

St. Louis Cardinals

Cincinnati Reds

Pittsburgh Pirates

Milwaukee Brewers

Chicago Cubs

NL West

Los Angeles Dodgers

Arizona Diamondbacks

San Francisco Giants

San Diego Padres

Colorado Rockies

NL Wild Cards

Braves, Reds

NL Awards

MVP: Bryce Harper, Nationals

Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

Rookie of the Year: Archie Bradley, Diamondbacks

World Series

Cardinals over Tigers

Steven Adler is a baseball columnist at Communities Digital News. Follow him on Twitter @TaggingUp

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