Minnesota North Stars (100-62)
Newcomers Darren Owens and Jorel McGlinchy should propel Minnesota into the upper echelon of NL teams. Explosive offense, air-tight defense and just enough pitching.
Pittsburg Typhoon (80-82)
Led by Christian Grim, Pittsburg easily boasts the best rotation in the division. Offense gets on base a lot, but the team is missing the power bats to drive them in. However, Pittsburg could be a dark horse come playoff time.
New York Yanks (80-82)
Zachary Grace and co. supply plenty of offense, rotation filled with solid innings-eaters. Unless ownership decides to hold a fire sale at mid-season, the Yanks might challenge for a WC spot.
Toronto Beavers (74-88)
Quietly picking up some quality players, but probably still a year away from making some noise.
Louisville Redbirds (96-66)
Trades two top pitchers to division rival which should make for a very tight race. However, with power hitters Lonny Murray and Don Barnes, Redbirds still have the best offense in the division.
Iowa City Tornadoes (96-66)
Led by Charlie Gulan, the Tornadoes boast a deep and tough pitching staff. NL East should come down to the wire.
Baltimore Boogeymen (76-86)
Boogeymen are putting together a well-constructed team, but could use another big bat or two.
Syracuse Sicilians (75-87)
A well-rounded pitching staff should keep them competitive, but lack of offense will likely hold them back.
Jacksonville Stonewallers (85-77)
Plenty of offense, but will Jacksonville be able to overcome a lack of pitching depth? NL South is shaping up to be a rough and tumble division this season.
Little Rock Travelers (85-77)
Led by Abdul Thomas and Ismael Guillen, Travelers are definitely playoff contenders. Look for the division race to be a nail biter.
Atlanta Aces (79-83)
The Hayes brothers (Rudy and Louie) should quickly become Atlanta fan favorites. Probably still a year away, but could be a surprise team this season.
Florida SunRays (62-100)
Looks to be a tough year in Florida, as the team continues to rebuild.
Anaheim Anteaters (102-60)
Is a repeat in their future? Led by Jose Sosa and Vasco Almonte, the defending champs own the best pitching staff in all of Capra.
Vancouver Maintaineers (92-70)
Big boppers Jimmie Franco and Tony Unanumo + a deep staff should return Vancouver to the playoffs and keep them within shouting distance of Anaheim.
Seattle Picards (91-71)
Led the league in OPS and underrated pitching staff finished second in ERA. However, holes in the defense may trip them up.
St. Louis Archers (76-86)
Beginning the rebuilding process as longtime superstars set career record marks.
NL North winner = Minnesota NL East winner = Louisville
NL South winner = Jacksonville NL West winner = Anaheim
NL Wildcards = Iowa City, Vancouver
NL Championship = Anaheim over Minnesota in 6 games
World Series = Cleveland over Anaheim in 7 games