Predictions: 2010 World Series, Cy Young & MVP

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

Following up on my AL and NL predictions, in the video below I give you guys my picks for the World Series, Cy Young & MVP. Let me know what you think!

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10 Responses to Predictions: 2010 World Series, Cy Young & MVP

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  2. Ryan says:

    My picks:

    East champ: Red Sox
    Central champ: Twins
    West champ: Rangers
    Wild card: Yankees
    Champion: Yankees

    East champ: Phillies
    Central champ: Cardinals
    West champ: Rockies
    Wild card: Braves
    Champion: Rockies

    World Series: Yankees over Cardinals


  3. Ryan says:

    Ugh, I meant Yankees over Rockies in the World Series.

  4. Jeff says:

    8 players on the phillies have the potential to be allstars.

    1.Jimmy Rollins
    2.Placido Polanco
    3. Chase Utley
    4.Ryan Howard (MVP)
    5.jason Werth
    6.Raul Ibaniez
    7.Shane victorino
    8.roy halliday(cy young

  5. NateSTL says:

    Ryan Howard over Pujols for MVP????….. not a chance

  6. John says:

    phillies are terrible.. twins win world series

  7. Shawn says:

    love or john said the phils are terrible… im sorry i forgot who was in the world series the last two years.. and o who is the hottest team in the national league right now.. next time think before you act

  8. zach says:

    cy young – cc
    mvp – robinson cano
    east champs yankees
    west champs rangers
    central champs twins
    wild card rays
    cy young roy halladay
    mvp – joey votto
    east champs phillies
    west champs giants
    central champs twins
    world series – yankees vs phillies rematch – yankees in 7 games over phillies

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