- - Tuesday, April 3, 2012

AMANDA COMAK

Nats record: 86-76

Place in NL East: Third

Nats HR leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats average leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats wins leader: Gio Gonzalez

Nats ERA leader: Stephen Strasburg

Nats saves leader: Drew Storen

Biggest Nats surprise: Mark DeRosa hits 18 home runs

Biggest Nats disappointment: They can’t convince Stephen Strasburg to eat a Strasburger.

Bryce Harper’s debut: June 19 vs. Rays

AL East champ: Red Sox

AL Central champ: Tigers

AL West champ: Angels

AL wild cards: Rangers, Rays

NL East champ: Phillies

NL Central champ: Cardinals

NL West champ: Diamondbacks

NL wild cards: Reds, Marlins

AL pennant: Tigers

NL pennant: Diamondbacks

World Series: Tigers

AL MVP: Albert Pujols, Angels

NL MVP: Matt Kemp, Dodgers

AL CY Young: Justin Verlander, Tigers

NL Cy Young: Cliff Lee, Phillies

AL Rookie: Matt Moore, Rays

NL Rookie: Devin Mesoraco, Reds

DAN DALY

Nats record: 88-74

Place in NL East: Third

Nats HR leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats average leader: Mike Morse

Nats wins leader: Jordan Zimmermann

Nats ERA leader: Stephen Strasburg

Nats saves leader: Drew Storen

Biggest Nats surprise: Chien-Ming Wang

BIggest Nats disappointment: That Bryce Harper wasn’t brought up sooner

Bryce Harper’s debut: The day after Strasburg runs out of innings

AL East champ: Rays

AL Central champ: Tigers

AL West champ: Rangers

AL wild cards: Angels, Yankees

NL East champ: Phillies

NL Central champ: Brewers

NL West champ: Giants

NL wild cards: Braves, Nats

AL pennant: Rays

NL pennant: Phillies

World Series: Rays

AL MVP: Evan Longoria, Rays

NL MYP: Whoever tests positive for testosterone in October. Or, if nobody does: Matt Kemp, Dodgers

AL CY Young: David Price, Rays

NL Cy Young: Cole Hamels, Phillies

AL Rookie: Matt Moore, Rays

NL Rookie: Yonder Alonso, Padres

NATHAN FENNO

Nats record: 82-80

Place in NL East: Third

Nats HR leader: Jayson Werth

Nats average leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats wins leader: Gio Gonzalez

Nats ERA leader: Stephen Strasburg

Nats saves leader: Drew Storen

Biggest Nats surprise: The sheepdog-riding Cowboy Monkey Rodeo infiltrates Nationals Park, carries out successful coup to replace the waddling, err, Racing Presidents

Biggest Nats disappointment: The Red Porch’s 8-pound StrasBurger

Bryce Harper’s debut: June 1 vs. Braves

AL East champ: Yankees

AL Central champ: Tigers

AL West champ: Rangers

AL wild cards: Angels, Rays

NL East champ: Phillies

NL Central champ: Cardinals

NL West champ: Diamondbacks

NL wild cards: Dodgers, Reds

AL pennant: Rangers

NL pennant: Phillies

World Series: Rangers

AL MVP: Albert Pujols, Angels

NL MVP: Matt Kemp, Dodgers

AL CY Young: Felix Hernandez, Mariners

NL Cy Young: Cliff Lee, Phillies

AL Rookie: Jesus Montero, Mariners

NL Rookie: Yonder Alonso, Padres

MARC LANCASTER

Nats record: 84-78

Place in NL East: Third

Nats HR leader: Jayson Werth

Nats average leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats wins leader: Jordan Zimmermann

Nats ERA leader: Gio Gonzalez

Nats saves leader: Drew Storen

Biggest Nats surprise: Teddy finally breaks the drought

Biggest Nats disappointment: Philly fans continue to outcheer, if not outnumber, Washington fans at Nats Park

Bryce Harper’s debut: June 5 vs. Mets

AL East champ: Rays

AL Central champ: Tigers

AL West champ: Angels

AL wild cards: Rangers, Yankees

NL East champ: Phillies

NL Central champ: Reds

NL West champ: Diamondbacks

NL wild cards: Dodgers, Marlins

AL pennant: Tigers

NL pennant: Diamondbacks

World Series: Tigers

AL MVP: Robinson Cano, Yankees

NL MVP: Joey Votto, Reds

AL CY Young: Justin Verlander, Tigers

NL Cy Young: Josh Johnson, Marlins

AL Rookie: Matt Moore, Rays

NL Rookie: Julio Teheran, Braves

DERON SNYDER

Nats record: 88-74

Place in NL East: Second

Nats HR leader: Ryan Zimmerman

Nats average leader: Zimmerman

Nats wins leader: Gio Gonzalez

Nats ERA leader: Stephen Strasburg

Nats saves leader: Drew Storen

Biggest Nats surprise: Ian Desmond

Biggest Nats disappointment: Teddy Roosevelt remains winless in the Presidents’ Race

Bryce Harper debut: June 1 vs. Braves

AL East champ: Yankees

AL Central champ: Tigers

AL West champ: Angels

AL wild cards: Rangers, Rays

NL East champ: Phillies

NL Central champ: Reds

NL West champ: Diamondbacks

NL wild cards: Marlins, Nats

AL pennant: Rangers

NL pennant: Phillies

World Series: Rangers

AL MVP: Prince Fielder, Tigers

NL MYP: Joey Votto, Reds

AL CY Young: Justin Verlander, Tigers

NL Cy Young: Cliff Lee, Phillies

AL Rookie: Matt Moore, Rays

NL Rookie: Bryce Harper, Nationals

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