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Pittsburgh Pirates Roundtable #15

Pittsburgh Pirates Roundtable #15

On Monday, you read what our regulars had to say. Now, you get to hear from the enemy: Enjoy the contrasting opinions that these big timers provide, and feel free to rip each other apart in the comments. Nothing like a good division rivalry, eh?
EDIT:  Since this seems to be a topic people are passionate about, as links come in, I'll try to make them available here.  The pages will open in a new window so that you can continue on with our discussion.

Outsider Radio's Brandon Rosage and Dan Benton gave their opinions on today's live show (also available as a podcast)
David Pinto put up a summary of sorts at Baseball Musings
Red Hot Mama took exception to our regulars' opinions on Monday

Question:
Project the 2007 NL Central teams’ order of finish from first to sixth. Which team(s) will be most surprising (for good or for bad)?

Milwaukee's representative, Jeff Sackmann from Brew Crew Ball:
1. St. Louis Cardinals
2. Milwaukee Brewers
3. Chicago Cubs
4. Houston Astros
5. Cincinnati R...

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