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MLB Bullets Says It's Next Year

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Both LCS are set. The postmortems come in for the Nationals, Angels and Dodgers. Despite very good TV ratings, baseball is still dying and it always has been.

Jamie Squire

The last time "Twin Peaks" went on the air, the Cubs were the defending National League East Champions. Since the show is coming back in 2016, I have no doubt that the Cubs will once again be the NL East Champions in 2015. I haven't figured out how it's going to happen yet, but it was foretold in a dream I had. And yes, there was a backwards-talking dwarf.

The League Championship Series are set, with two usual suspects in the NL with the Cardinals and Giants, and two usual suspects in the American League with the Orioles and Royals, as long as we're pretending it's 1979. How these two teams didn't meet in an ALCS between 1976 and 1985 is a mystery.

And tomorrow will be a better day than today, Buster.