Regardless of who wins it, this should be a great series between the two best teams left in the mix and should go the distance as it did in 2017.
Washington certainly has the edge on offense and, on paper, the rotation. But their rotation strength is going to be tested by their lack of a bullpen, an area where the Cardinals certainly get the nod.
The Rays make an extremely interesting challenge for the Astros, despite all of Houston's strengths.
While the Twins are an excellent team, and clearly much easier to root for as a neutral than the Yankees, there's not really any individual area that you can say Minnesota has a clear cut advantage over New York.
If there's any team best suited to keeping the Dodgers from pulling off a three-peat of World Series appearances, it's the Nationals. But will they?