Boston.com's predictions for 2013 baseball season

Posted by Matt Pepin, Boston.com Staff  April 1, 2013 08:00 AM

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A new baseball season is here, so it's time to chime in with predictions from the Boston.com sports staff.

Steve Silva
World Series I'd like to see:
Indians vs. Cubs (a.k.a. Tito vs. Theo)
World Series I think we'll see: Blue Jays over Reds
ALCS prediction: Blue Jays over Tigers
NLCS prediction: Reds over Nationals
Red Sox in or out of playoffs? Out

Gary Dzen
World Series I'd like to see:
Nationals vs. Orioles
World Series I think we'll see: Angels over Nationals
ALCS prediction: Angels over Tigers
NLCS prediction: Nationals over Cardinals
Red Sox in or out of playoffs? Out

Chad Finn
World Series I'd like to see:
Red Sox vs. Dodgers
World Series I think we'll see: Nationals over Angels
ALCS prediction: Angels over Tigers
NLCS prediction: Nationals over Reds
Red Sox in or out of the playoffs? Out

Zuri Berry
World Series I'd like to see:
Red Sox vs. Giants
World Series I think we'll see: Giants over Angels
ALCS prediction: Angels over Rangers
NLCS prediction: Giants over Phillies
Red Sox in or out of the playoffs? In

Matt Pepin
World Series I'd like to see:
Angels vs. Dodgers
World Series I think we'll see: Tigers over Nationals
ALCS prediction: Tigers over Royals
NLCS prediction: Nationals over Giants
Red Sox in or out of playoffs? Out

Eric Wilbur
World Series I'd like to see:
Pirates vs. Rays
World Series I think we'll see: Nationals over Angels
ALCS prediction: Angels over Blue Jays
NLCS prediction: Nationals over Cardinals
Red Sox in or out of playoffs? In

Bobb Burgess
World Series I'd like to see:
Red Sox vs. Dodgers
World Series I think we'll see: Nationals over Angels
ALCS prediction: Angels over Tigers
NLCS prediction: Nationals over Giants
Red Sox in or out of playoffs: In

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