2006 MLB Baseball Season Preview
It’s hard to believe but it’s been almost six months since the White Sox beat the Astros to win their first World Series since 1917! Now it’s time to start the next 162-game baseball season which means 2006 baseball predictions from maddux sports.
MadduxSports’ 2006 MLB Season Preview is free and offers a quick reference for important players, big team concerns, or elements that set one team apart from another. We’ve created a profile for each AL and NL team, highlighting pitching, hitting, defense, front office and field management and quirks that make each team what it is. We set each team in a divisional context and also give a league perspective. All of our teams individual previews are listed below by division.
Remember that pitching staffs may change a bit, some teams will find a player that will put them over the top, and others will just use what they have—but for the most part teams are set. There are GMs who will continue to deal; once you read through MadduxSports’ MLB Preview you’ll get a good sense of who will be looking to acquire talent throughout the season and who will elect to simply stay and play with what they have.
Of course a team can come out of nowhere and go all the way. The thing about baseball is you can never be sure how any team will hold up both mentally and physically through such a long season.
If you’re into wagering, the baseball season offers more opportunity than any other, with at least a handful or more games played almost every day. With baseball, you can wager on over/under, futures, point spreads, and more.
If you want to keep up-to-date and get the daily inside scoop, take a moment to look at MadduxSports’ MLB baseball picks packages. When wagering we suggest you consider the fact that there are ebbs and flows that develop during a season and trying to make a quick hit is tougher than playing out the whole season and coming out ahead.
Enjoy the baseball season, enjoy MadduxSports’ 2006 MLB
Preview, and get the most out of your bets.