AL East--Red Sox
Boston's going to take a weak AL East behind the best offense in baseball (once they start hitting with runners in scoring position, that is).
The Tigers are still top dogs until someone (likely the Indians) unseats them.
Seattle added some bats this winter, Nelson Cruz chief among them, to complement what projects to be an outstanding rotation.
With so much in their prime talent, something has to go terribly wrong for Cleveland to miss out on the postseason.
AL WC2--Blue Jays
This is finally the year Toronto snaps its playoff drought, which stretches back to 1993.
WC: Indians win Wild Card Game when Corey Kluber shuts down the Blue Jays 3-0
ALDS: Tigers over Indians in 5
ALDS: Red Sox over Mariners in 5
ALCS: Red Sox over Tigers in 6
Washington's going to trample the NL East as they gun for 100 wins.
The most balanced team in baseball.
Like the Yankees of last decade, they have too much money and star power to not win their division.
The addition of veteran talent (Jon Lester, Miguel Montero, Dexter Fowler) to an up-and-coming team will get them back to the playoffs.
The offseason additions of Justin Upton, Matt Kemp, James Shields, and Derek Norris are going to take them from sub-.500 to October.
WC: Cubs over Padres 7-3
NLDS: Nationals over Cubs in 4
NLDS: Dodgers over Cardinals in 5
NLCS: Nationals over Dodgers in 7
WS: Nationals over Red Sox in 5