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The AL East is currently the only division over .500


Spy Fox

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Just a strange fact I observed looking at the standings this morning. This despite Toronto having the worst record in MLB.

Total record of each division so far:

  • AL East: 73-66
  • AL Central: 67-67
  • AL West: 71-74
  • NL East: 66-70
  • NL Central: 70-70
  • NL West: 73-73

Obviously with three other divisions at .500 even, it's not exactly a sensational finding. But I do think it's telling that the AL East again looks to be the class of the league in the early going. 

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16 minutes ago, Spy Fox said:

 

 

Just a strange fact I observed looking at the standings this morning. This, despite Toronto having the worst record in MLB.

Total record of each division so far:

 

  • AL East: 73-66
  • AL Central: 67-67
  • AL West: 71-74
  • NL East: 66-70
  • NL Central: 70-70
  • NL West: 73-73

 

Obviously, with 3 other divisions at an even .500, it's not exactly a sensational finding. But I do think that it's telling that the AL East again looks to be the class of the league in the early going of the 2017 season.

 

 

o

 

On a related note ........ 

 

The Orioles are Back Home, and Out of Their Division

(By Roch Kubatko)

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2017/05/orioles-back-home-and-out-of-their-division.html

 

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5 minutes ago, 25 Nuggets said:

Update:  the AL East is 87-70, way ahead of every other division, though the NL Central is now also over .500

87-70 After being 73-66 when the topic was created?  So the division has gone 14-4 since then? Interesting.

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