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Jordan said it best last year:

Go to aarongleeman.com. That’s it. That’s my preview.
No, seriously. We’re all done here. Go home.

He's right. Since Aaron is all over the Twins like a duck on a june bug, there really isn't much to say here that he won't say, and say much better...

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Be the house. That is the central theme of Moneyball and the mantra of those engaged in empirically-based approaches to baseball management. Take as many small advantages as possible so that, over time, you win and the poor suckers who risked their hard earned dollars on the roulette wheel, the blackjack table, and Carl Pavano have no idea how it happened.
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Tiger, Tiger, burning bright...

I'm sorry, I'm tired. I can't do this anymore.

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Here's your condensed Royals preview.

The longer version follows.

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It's spring! So it's time for Batter's Box to throw out our first pitch. Here begins our series of season previews, with a look at the defending world champion Chicago White Sox!

Speak up. Is there anyone out there who had ever heard that phrase before this past October?

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Cleveland are making things interesting.
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The trading deadline looms.
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Cleveland join the party.
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The struggle at the top continues as the Twins and White Sox continue neck and neck.
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Things are starting to shake out a little bit in the Central.
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Will someone get Chicago and Cleveland a copy of the script please ?
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The goal of this preview is to generate conversation. I do not want to tell you things, I want you to discuss things. Thars a' baseball conversation gold in them thar Bauxites, and I'ma aimin' to mine fer it.
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Go to aarongleeman.com. That’s it. That’s my preview.




No, seriously. We’re all done here. Go home.
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Two years after one of the worst seasons in baseball history, the Detroit Tigers will finish above .500 and contend for a division title.

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“The south side of Chicago is the baddest part of town...”

In 2004, the Sox finally broke the curse. Having not won a World Championship since the dark days of World War I...

Oops. Wrong Sox.
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