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Flachbau
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Seems like TTG isn't that big on baseball.. but I was willing to give this thread a try. So, obviously we've had some pretty interesting moves so far in the off-season, but which teams do you think will make the biggest impact on the league? Which team do you think will make an impressive comeback?

I'm pretty bias since I'm a Yankees fan, but with a pretty young & durable pitching rotation and a scary lineup of power hitters, I think we'll most likely make a big impact. Picking up Stanton was a surprise to me honestly as I didn't believe the rumors at first, but my whole perspective has changed since it's become official. I'm honestly curious to see how well he'll play in the AL East.

Only 100 more days until Opening Day!

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I really hope the Blue Jays haha I'm Canadian

Realistically I think it's gonna be the Red Sox or Dodgers lol
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The Dodgers for sure will remain in the spotlight after their WS loss. I wonder if they'll bounce back easily or if it'll take a while to gain traction again
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I think the Red Sox are severely overrated and them relying on Sale the whole season showed.

I think it'll be the Yankees or the Dodgers, but I think the Angels will be in contention for the World Series as well. Ohtani, Upton, Trout, decent rotation, Simmons, Kinsler, etc. I'd like for the Blue Jays to do something, but they won't. Hope they just trade Donaldson and build towards 2019/2020 with their prospects as is because they aren't doing anything in the AL with the Yankees there.
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Yankees
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I wish to say it'd be the royals... but they lost a few key players.
Gonna say Dogers..
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Anyone who doesn't say Yankees doesn't know baseball. They were a rising team who exceeded expectations and were on the brisk of a World Series birth. Now they have a new manager and a acquired the MVP of baseball.
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Tricks wroteAnyone who doesn't say Yankees doesn't know baseball. They were a rising team who exceeded expectations and were on the brisk of a World Series birth. Now they have a new manager and a acquired the MVP of baseball.

This exactly, last year they were projected to barely even break even, and the team is much better this year not to mention judge and Sanchez now both have a year under their belt and can take that experience forward.
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