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MLB Preview: National League Central

Time for part five of my pre-season (well, pre-first games) baseball analysis. In this installment, I tackle the National League Central, which I have declared war upon. I’m comparing my apples (correctly predicted games) to their best team’s oranges (actual , real-life wins) through the miracle that is winning percentage. All throughout the year, I’ll be competing with the cream of the NL Central crop as I embark upon this incredible time waster/content producer.

And speaking of content, here’s about two thousand words about the weakest division in the weaker of Major League Baseball’s two leagues.

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Me Against The National League Central

This is probably the sleep deprivation talking, but I think I could put up a better winning percentage in picking Major League Baseball games than the best team in the worst division in the Big Leagues will put up after its 162-game season.

So I’m throwing it down right now, when I’m good and tired. I already lost to a video game in college football picks, leading to a self-imposed ban on picking college football games. Why not open myself up to a beating from the cream of the NL Central crop as well?

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