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MLB Preview Show Tonight @ 8pm



By Mike Silva ~ March 28th, 2012. Filed under: Radio Show.

Enough with Grapefruit League action!

Tonight I am joined by Paul Lebowitz, who authored the 2012 Baseball Guide, as we breakdown all 6 divisions and preview the upcoming MLB campaign.

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Who will make the playoffs?
Who won’t make the playoffs?
Which managers and GMs are in trouble?
Which players might be traded at mid-season?
Who are your sleepers and breakout candidates?

Paul and I will discuss and debate this throughout the show.

You can read more about Paul at his website, paullebowitz.com.

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Mike Silva has hosted sports shows on 107.1 FM Champions ESPN Radio Long Island ,1240 AM WGBB , Blog Talk Radio and live from Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant. He’s also built and maintained two popular social media hubs: New York Baseball Digest and Sports Media Watchdog. Mike has broken national and local stories, as well as been mentioned on the YES Network, SNY.tv, WFAN, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NY Daily News, New York Magazine, Journal News and the NY Post. Contact Mike professionally at mikesilvamedia.com

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1 Response to MLB Preview Show Tonight @ 8pm

  1. Ken Bland

    I give Paul credit for some creative thinking. It’s so safe to fall into the trap of last year repeating when you endeavor in something like predicting season like trends. Of the 3 most um, let’s call them unique calls he made (to me, at least…Braves (whole bowl of wax), Rox and Tribe as division winners, I think his best shot is the Rox. His respect for their pitching doesn’t seem off the wall. Jim Tracy is a less publicized Joe Maddon people type, and should run a good culture this time. It’s still a longshot, based on the Giants pitching, including what I expect to be a breakout year by Bumgarner to support Lincecum and Cain, and Posey for an assumed full year, let alone the defending champ Dbacks, but it’s a decent against the grain call.

    Didn’t think much of his Braves WS call. Expecting Kimbrel and Venters to duplicate seems less likely than to fall to the consequences of overuse from a year ago. Be a nice comeback story from last year’s high expectations that ended so badly, but I think they fall behind one of the Marlins or Nats in the standings, and the Phillies. In a pretty tight bunching, but behind nonetheless.

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