2014 Team Previews

A team by team look at the upcoming season.

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2014 Team Previews: St. Louis Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals suffered a bitter defeat in the 2013 World Series, but that hasn't stopped them from building a contender in 2014. Can the Cardinals match expectations?

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Our staff tries to predict baseball

Seventeen BtBS writers picked all six division races, all ten playoff teams, and the World Series champions.

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2014 Team Previews: Cleveland Indians

After letting Sabathia and Lee slip away, the Indians appear revamped and recovered. In 2013, the Tribe saw their first postseason berth since 2007, will they make it two in a row?

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2014 Team Preview: Chicago Cubs

Things are looking up for the Cubs, but this won't be their year.

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2014 Team Previews: Chicago White Sox

2013 wasn't a banner year for the South Siders, and 2014 won't be, either; however, several shrewd moves by new GM Rick Hahn have given hope for a once-dismal future.

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The Twins' future is bright, but what about now?

The Twins are building for the future, but that doesn't mean there are some interesting goings-on for the major league club in 2014. What should we watch for?

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2014 Team Previews: Kansas City Royals

The Royals made a big gamble prior to the 2013 season. They didn't play postseason baseball, but they may have set themselves up for another run in 2014.

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Cincinnati Reds Team Preview

Cincinnati has a recent history of being a very good team and last season's trip to the playoffs furthered that reputation. However, a first round exit in the playoffs isn't good enough for this team and expectations are no doubt high again in 2014.

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2014 Team Previews: Milwaukee Brewers

What are the prospects for the 2014 Brewers?

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2014 Team Previews: Pittsburgh Pirates

How will the Pirates follow up on their best season since 1992?

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2014 Team Previews: Tampa Bay Rays

Behind the bats of Wil Myers and Evan Longoria, a promising young rotation, and the genius of Joe Maddon, the Rays will contend for the AL pennant again in 2014.

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2014 Team Previews: Toronto Blue Jays

What does the 2014 season look like for the Blue Jays?

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2014 Team Previews: Philadelphia Phillies

Can the Phillies make one final run? Or is it time to look beyond 2014?

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2014 Team Previews: Miami Marlins

While they are still a couple of years away from contending, there is still a lot to like about the 2014 Marlins.

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2014 Team Previews: Washington Nationals

Following the franchise's first-ever playoff appearance in our nation's capitol, expectations were high for the Washington Nationals in 2013. They ultimately fell short, but they should get back to October in 2014.

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2014 New York Mets Preview

After a middle-of-the-road 2013 season, the Mets endeavor to continue the climb up from perennial blah-ness to playoff contender.

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2014 Team Previews: Atlanta Braves

A preview of the 2014 Atlanta Braves — reigning NL East champions.

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2014 Team Preview: Seattle Mariners

The Mariners aren't likely to be in the chase the American League West crown, but if the dominoes fall their way, they could sneak up on some teams.

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2014 Team Previews: Oakland Athletics

Can Scott Kazmir stay good? Will the pitchers stay healthy? Who is Yoenis Cespedes, really?

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2014 Team Previews: Texas Rangers

After a busy offseason, the Rangers look poised to have a strong 2014 season.

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2014 Team Previews: Houston Astros

The Astros are going to be pretty terrible this year, but they have a lot to look forward to.

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2014 Team Previews: San Francisco Giants

If you’ve liked watching the Giants the last few years, I’ve got good news and bad news.

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2014 Rockies Team Preview

The Rockies have an impressive collection of hitters but the pitching leaves something to be desired, again.

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2014 Team Previews: Arizona Diamondbacks

After finishing an even 81-81 in 2013, the Arizona Diamondbacks were one of the most active teams this offseason, but did they do enough to make them contenders in the rough and tumble NL West?

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