AL EAST: Boston Red Sox
This is going to be a neck-and-neck battle all year with the New York Yankees but I like the Red Sox to come out on top because of their starting pitching and Craig Kimbrel as the closer.
AL CENTRAL: Cleveland Indians
Call me crazy but I think it's the Indians year. All the pieces come together and they finally end the World Series drought.
AL WEST: Houston Astros
The defending Champs are absolutely loaded and should win the division rather easily. But a World Series hangover is inevitable.
AL WILDCARDS: Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees
It wouldn't surprise to see either one of these teams represent the American League in the World Series as Wild Card winners.
AL MVP: Mike Trout
If he stays healthy Trout is hands down the best player in the game and he still hasn't reached his peak.
AL CY YOUNG: Cory Kluber
AL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Francisco Mejia
AL MANAGER OF THE YEAR: Terry Francona
NL EAST: Washington Nationals
The Nats have won back-to-back division titles by an average of 14 games. I don't see that changing this year in Bryce Harper's walk year.
NL CENTRAL: St. Louis Cardinals
I know this sounds crazy not to pick the Cubs but I got a gut feeling the Cards reclaim the division crown because they are more hungry than the Cubbies.
NL WEST: Los Angeles Dodgers
Dodgers win the division despite a valiant effort from the Rockies.
NL WILDCARDS: Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies
It wouldn't surprise me if either one of these teams won their division.
NL MVP: Bryce Harper
NL CY YOUNG: Clayton Kershaw
NL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Ronald Acuna Jr.
NL MANAGER OF THE YEAR: Mike Matheny
AL CHAMPIONS: Cleveland Indians
The Indians have been the American League's best team the past two seasons.
NL CHAMPIONS: Los Angeles Dodgers
I'll take the Dodgers over the Cubs in a 7-game thriller.
WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS: Cleveland Indians
Chief Wahoo makes his triumphant return by scalping the Dodgers!