- Hitting: The line-up is strong though the heart of the order and one through nine are all tough outs. With guys like Piper James, David Bolivar, Alan Landrum, and Jake Jennings they should score plenty of runs. Last season, even though they played in an extreme hitters park, they were a top five hitting team.
- Pitching: Last season they were the second best pitching team in the AL. The starters this season will be very strong again with a rotation of Dave Allen, Jarrod Walker, Bud Cassidy, Candy McCarthy and Fernando Ramirez. Walker is now 100% healthy after last seasons shoulder surgery and should only help the team keep runs off the board. The bullpen is also in great shape and they added Pedro Rodriguez if a spot starter is needed. Also working from the pen are Fergie Hemingway, and closer Sam Woodson.
- Fielding: The fielding percentage was the second best last season and the +/- was huge making them one of the top fielding teams overall.
- Hitting: A truly horrble hitting team last season. One of the truly worst offensive teams in the world. This season has been a complete rebuild of the offense. Rickey Spencer, Cleatus Burns. Julian Espada, and Jaso Day all have been added in order to help score a few more runs. Cookie Gandarillas is also hitting in the middle of the order.
- Pitching: As brutal as the hitting was the pitching was just the opposite. Last season was historic for the team. The first time in world history that a team finished the season with an ERA below 3. They did that while Big Bad Bryce McMillon missed a large chunk of the season. The rotation now is set with Lyle Moran, Vladimir Olivares, Dario Lee, Big Bad, and Hank Xavier as the anchor. The bullpen is also in good enough shape because last season the starters ran very deep into the games with 35 complete games.
- Fielding: +/- was the best the world has ever seen and % was the best. The Millers will take a small step back in order to add offense but is should still be a top three team.
- Hitting: Pawtown seems to always have a tough line-up. Paxton Jay, Willie Suarez, and Nicholas Spruill should help them score a few runs.
- Pitching: Anthony Rivera is the staff ace. Tom O'Keefe fallows as the number two. Behind those two is pretty bad though. The bullpen has Geraldo Belliard and Benj Thomas to hold leads late.
- Fielding: Below average.
- Hitting: Last season they were one of the bottom five hitting teams and they may be around there again this season.
- Pitching: Also towards the bottom in pitching. The bullpen is about average though.
- Fielding: Solid fielding team above average.
- Hitting: The best line-up in the world.
- Pitching: They were top three last season. Slipping just a bit to Minnesota and Seattle. Still that have an ace on the mound every start. The rotation of Andy Markakis, Armando Ramirez, Timothy Cather, Ron Garcia and Brutus Robinson should be scary enough for any team heading into a series with them.
- Fielding: They had a great +/- plays and a respectable % to go with it last season. The field abilities plus the hitting on top of it, is a bit impressive.
Cincinnati Red Legs
- Hitting: No longer up and comers they are ready to make a post season run... Still not going to overtake The Triple Bs for the east though. Paul Melville, Harley Nunnally, and Scott Wallace will knock in the runners to start the season. After the twenty game mark Yorman Moscoso and Tino Feller should give them a nice offensive boost. Fu-Te Lee also might make his ML debut. Feller has a shot at ROY.
- Pitching: Graham Romero fronts the staff but needs to carry over regular season success into the post season. Dave Barnes, Onan Takada, Vic Colome, and Willie "The Weedman" Martin gives this team one of the best 1-5 in the AL. The bullpen has a bunch of quality guys capable of holding leads.
- Fielding: Not a very good +/- but a solid %. adding Hong-Jin Feng should help some.
- Hitting: The offense was pretty bad last season but they have a couple of guys in AAA that might jolt the offense a bit.
- Pitching: The pitching was a touch below average last season. They added young Anibal Rodriguez in FA and Mikey Day will get some ML action.
- Fielding: They are above average on defense.
New York Knights
- Hitting: Losing Jerry Leonard has to sting a bit. Though "Little" Boots Hutchinson did hit 40 homers last season the void created will be very hard to overcome.
- Pitching: The bread and butter of this team is on the mound. Roger Glynn, Kennie Charles, Ivan Baerga, Miguel Escobar, and Allen Benson all give them a solid chance of winning games. Ramon Martin brings up the rear as the teams closer.
- Fielding: Any time I see an upside down +/- I think that the owner has given up on defense. -31 is a pretty big number and they don't have the offense to justify that big of a number like Tucson does.
- Hitting: This team has one of the top line-ups in the world. Last season they had the top OBP% in a land slide ahead of The Triple Bs by 11 points. They also struck out the least of any other team in the AL by a wide margin. The owner also has an impressive resume and knows how to win. Ewd330 has 103 seasons played and 101 post-seasons appearances. Oh and just 21 World Series Titles. back to the line-up and enough of the rabbit trail. Alfredo Espinosa and Jose "The Aztec Killer" Cortez are the heart and sole of the offense.
- Fielding: A good % but bad +/-. This part of the game could improve.
- Hitting: Hong-Gu Jang had a nice season last year but age is catching up quick. Other then that, offense is a bit down here in Jackson.
- Fielding: Great +/- last season and almost as good as Minnesota's team.
- Fielding: Last season they were even in +/-.
- Fielding: One of the top fielding teams in the AL.