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Baseball: Division By Division Breakdown

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Al East:

New York Yankees

Tampa Bay Rays

Boston Red Sox

Toronto Blue Jays

Baltimore Orlioles

 

AL Centeral:

Minnesota Twins

Cleveland Indians

Kansas City Royals

Chicago White Sox

Detroit Tigers

 

AL West:

Texas Rangers

Seattle Mariners

Los Angeles Angels

Oakland Athletics

 

NL East:

Philidelphia Phillies

Washington Nationals

Florida Marlins

Atlanta Braves

New York Mets

 

NL Centeral:

St. Louis Cardinals

Cincinatti Reds

Chicago Cubs

Houston Astros

Milwaukee Brewers

Pittsburg Pirates

 

NL West:

San Fransisco Giants

San Diego Padres

Colorado Rockies

Los Angeles Dodgers

Arizona Diamondbacks

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AL East is the toughest division and also has two of the biggest spenders when it comes to payroll expenses (New York & Boston).

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yeah it will be a duel of the most spenders

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ever notice that the AL east is always considered the toughest division when it's really just the same 2 teams every year, save the exception of tampa in the past couple years.

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just because it always the same teams doesnt mean they are not good....are you suggestiong the NL Centeral is better?

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ROFL heck no. i was just commenting that every year out of the AL east it seems to be either the yankees or red sox. off the top of my head i don't recall there being any real consistent team to dominate the NL central lately. not like the yankees and sox do anyway.

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well the cardinals are the closest to that only 2 of the past 10 years have they not won the central.

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