No respect for the Twinkies. Well, calling them the Twinkies probably isn’t very respectful , but one of 2017’s AL playoff teams, they readily have the worst possibility to win the pennant this season. Thanks to the Tigers moving into extreme reconstruct mode and also the Royals pinching pennies and not re-upping with their celebrity free agents, the Central is easily the AL’s shallowest branch, which should give the Twins another opportunity to make a run at a playoff place.
They are essentially returning the identical roster as last season and the lineup includes a few breakout-star candidates in Byron Buxton and Jose Berrios. Yes, this team lacks the sexiness of the Yankees and Astros, but make no mistake about it, they’re trending in the perfect direction.
Blue Jays +1500
Of course, you are most likely thinking that Toronto doesn’t stand a chance of competing with the Red Sox and Yankees in the AL East. There’s no doubt about it, both of these teams are better on paper, but let us not forget the Blue Jays are just a year removed from back-to-back looks in the ALCS.
They are coming off a disappointing season in which all that could have gone wrong did — most especially getting only 36 innings from Aaron Sanchez, along with Josh Donaldson missing a substantial chunk of time at the first half. Assuming those two all-stars are in for the long haul in 2018, expect the Jays to return to their winning ways of 2015 and 2016.
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