The same suspects
Los Angeles Times
If you liked last season's NL playoffs, chances are you'll like this fall's version since you'll be seeing many of the same teams.
The Central will once again send St. Louis and Cincinnati to the postseason, but the
That's all the Reds got from ace
With a healthy Cueto, the Reds probably knock off the Giants in the first round of the playoffs and very well may have won it all.
I like them to cruise to an easy Central title while the Braves and Dodgers win tight races in the East and West.
For the wild cards, I'll take the Nationals and Giants, with the Cardinals (as always) best positioned to prove me wrong.
The window of a golden era is rapidly closing on the Phillies, but it isn't pinching fingers just yet. As long as
The loss of the Astros to the AL makes it tough for two
On paper, the Giants are still baseball's best. But something always goes wrong when you're trying to repeat. If LA can substitute heart for hype, the Dodgers will unseat their rivals for West honors.
Giants working on dynasty
Juan C. Rodriguez
From west to east, let's go with Giants, Cardinals, Reds, and Nationals.
The defending World Series champion Giants are working on a dynasty thanks to a starting staff that includes a past
The Cardinals have