Now that opening day has come to a close it's pretty clear what's going to happen this season. From HR totals to CY Young winners. Here you go.
-Adam Dunn will hit 324 HR's (Renteria will get hurt and miss 20 games falling 40 HR's behind Dunn.)
-Miguel Cabrera will hit .750 with 648 RBI and 162 HR's and an .833 OBP
-Hanley Ramirez will score 648 runs and steal 324 bases to go along with 648 hits.
-Chris Burke will "leg out" 324 doubles.
-Tony Pena Jr. will put up just as many triples.
-Craig Monroe, Adam LaRoche, and Willy Taveras will each strike out 648 times.
-Ben Sheets and Gil Meche will win the CY Young's in their respective league's.
-Jose Contreras' 63.00 ERA will cause Ozzie Guillen to choke him.
-Solomon Torres will save 162 games for the Pirates.
-Carlos Zambrano will allow 324 HR's, 50 of them to Adam Dunn.
-Felix Hernandez will strike out 420 batters.
-The Tigers will return to the AL Central cellar as the Royals in an uplifting story win 100 games.
-The Red Sox will finish dead last in the AL East as the Yankees make it 10 strait.
-The Pirates will compete for a playoff spot.
-The Indians will put up a combined 2106 hits.
If Opening day really told us anything, Gil Meche would have probably already won a Cy Young.