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It is that time of year again October is upon us and this is the time of year were heroes are made who stand up and who will go home It will be very simple for the these eight teams Yankess Angels Twins Oakland Braves Giants Cards and the defending champs the Diamondbacks Win and your chance at the title will continue or lose and you dream will put on the back burner for at least another 6 months A perfect three for three on my last set of prediction so lets see what we can do for you guys this time First up we have the Twins and the Oakland As Theres no better top three in the Baseball then the As Tim Hudson Mark Mulder and Barry Zito theyll pitch in that order were a combined 19-0 since August 18th The group has an impressive October pedigree to boot -- Mulders 245 career postseason ERA is the highest of the bunch Added advantage The Twins have really struggled big time against left-handers all season For the Twins come out on top they will need to win a match up against one of these left-handers Zito or Mulder Torii Hunter 29 HRs and 94 RBIs both team highs is the heart ands soul of the order but he slumped since the All-star break The rest of the lineup is mainly left-handed hitters who feast on poor right-handed pitching Good left handed pitcher however pretty much make leadoff hitter Jacques Jones and DH David Ortiz non-factor No 2 batter Christian Guzman a switch hitter will be a huge factor he can use his speed if given the chance to The Twins dont become patience at the plate or hit the long ball out but they did lead the AL in doubles so they need to string together some huge and I mean huge innings to score some runs This series could and should be
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