Dusting off the crystal ball - here's what I see in 2012:
The Disasters: Cardinals, Brewers, Red Sox, Mets and Marlins
Rationale: Cards and Mets cannot be a better team with their roster losses. Miami will take a year of adjustment to get used to their roster gains. Brewers loss of Fielder and Braun's taint too much for a market not used to the spotlight. And the Red Sox are an organization that A) will be trying to forget end of season collapse and B) responded incorrectly by getting rid of Francona. Bobby V is no leader, my over under for him is 80 games.
The Disappointment: Angels
Rationale: They will learn what the Yanks did in the 80s.
The Contenders: Pirates, Nationals, the entire NL West, Rays, Orioles
Rationale: There's a part of me that says the Pirates are snake bitten, but given that two of the teams in their division is in decline, maybe if AJ can come back from injury there's enough of a door open to post a winning record. Buck Showalter gets the O's to .500 and 3rd place in the AL East
The Division Winners: Giants, Reds, Phillies, Rangers, Tigers, Yankees
The Wild Cards: D-Backs Rays
Cy Young: Mo Rivera, Ian Kennedy
MVP: Mig Cabrera, Matt Kemp
Yankee Specific: CC wins 20, Pettitte wins 12, Mo Saves 50, Nova Kuroda disappoint, A-Rod hits 35, Cano finishes 2nd in MVP, Jeter hits .320, Tex hits 40, Yanks win 110 and 28.