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2012 MLB Playoffs: Why This Year’s First Round Was Best Ever

October is always unpredictable. Several events happen every fall that completely defy what the statistics predict, proving that nothing is ever guaranteed and that the baseball playoffs can provide some heart-racing entertainment.

We’ve witnessed some great series and moments in the first round before: the Angels finally beating the Red Sox in 2009; road teams winning every game in the Texas-Tampa series in 2010; St. Louis shocking the Phillies in Philadelphia, and Nyjer Morgan’s walk off in Game 5 for the Brewers in Milwaukee.

This year, however, has been special.

So many improbable things have happened in the past week, it is almost impossible to believe. Here’s a list of these unbelievable moments which made this year’s group of division series the best in history.

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Predicting the 2012 MLB Season

Technically, I may be a little late with these “preseason” predictions because the regular season officially started early Wednesday morning in Japan…but honestly who watched the games in Japan anyways?

This past offseason has been one for the ages as we saw names like Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, and Jose Reyes all switching teams. This regular season shapes up to be even more exciting and interesting, especially with the addition of a second Wild Card. Division titles now mean even more, and there is a chance that we could see someone completely unexpected make the playoffs.

How will everything shape up after October? Here is my opinion.

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