After finishing second to the Dodgers last season, the Giants look to win the NL West in 2017.
The Padres look to rebound from the season with their worst record since 2008.
The Dodgers look to repeat as NL West champions in 2017.
The Rockies hope to compete for a playoff spot in the NL West this season, but injuries will put them in a hole early on.
The Diamondbacks hope to get in the mix in the NL West after a disappointing, injury-plagued season in 2016.
Who will succeed in the regular season? I polled mlbmayhem.com writers to see who we thought would win the divisions, wildcards, and awards. Here’s what we came up with. AL West: Houston Astros AL Central: Cleveland Indians (No photographer listed) AL East: Boston Red Sox Credit- Associated Press AL Wild Card 1: Texas Rangers AL Wild Card
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