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Division winners:

AL East: Boston

AL Central: Minnesota

AL West: Seattle

AL WC: NYY

NL East: Philly

NL Central: St Louis

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Philly vs Boston

Champ: Boston

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Ichiro

NL MVP: Pujols

AL CY: Cliff Lee

NL Cy: Wainwright

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Division winners:

AL East: New York

AL Central: Minnesota

AL West: Los Angeles

AL WC: Boston

NL East: Philly

NL Central: St Louis

NL West: Los Angeles

NL WC: Florida

WS: Philly vs Angels

Champ: Phils

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Mauer

NL MVP: Braun

AL CY: Beckett

NL Cy: Halladay

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Division winners:

AL East: Boston

AL Central: Minnesota

AL West: Seattle

AL WC: Tampa

NL East: Philly

NL Central: St Louis

NL West: Dbacks

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Philly vs Boston

Champ: Philly

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Longoria

NL MVP: Pujols

AL CY: King Felix

NL Cy: Doc

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AL East:

1. Boston

2. *Tampa Bay

3. New York

4. Baltimore

5. Toronto

AL Central:

1. Minnesota

2. Detroit

3. Chicago

4. Kansas City

5. Cleveland

AL West:

1. Texas

2. Los Angeles

3. Seattle

4. Oakland

NL East:

1. Atlanta

2. *Philadelphia

3. Florida

4. New York

5. Washington

NL Central:

1. St. Louis

2. Chicago

3. Milwaukee

4. Cincinatti

5. Houston

6. Pittsburgh

NL West:

1. Colorado

2. San Francisco

3. Los Angeles

4. Arizona

5. San Diego

World Series: Atlanta over Boston

AL MVP: Evan Longoria

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

AL ROY: Brian Matusz

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

NL CY: Tommy Hanson

NL ROY: Jason Heyward

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Division winners:

AL East: Tampa

AL Central: Minnesota

AL West: Texas

AL WC: Boston

NL East: Florida

NL Central: Milwaukee

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Florida vs Boston

Champ: Boston

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Longoria

NL MVP: H. Ramirez

AL CY: F. Hernandez

NL Cy: Josh Johnson

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AL East: Tampa

AL Central: Chicago

AL West: Seattle

AL WC: New York

NL East: Philadelphia

NL Central: St. Louis

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Tampa vs Colorado

Champ: Colorado

AL ROY: Scott Sizemore

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Ichiro

NL MVP: Sandoval

AL CY: Verlander

NL Cy: Nolasco

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AL East: Boston

AL Central: Detroit

AL West: Texas

AL WC: New York

NL East: Atlanta

NL Central: St. Louis

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: Philadelphia

WS: Philadelphia v New York

Champ: Philadelphia

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Kinsler

NL MVP: Kemp

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

NL CY: Jurrjens

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AL East: New York

AL Central: Chicago

AL West: Los Angeles

AL WC: Tampa Bay

NL East: Philadelphia

NL Central: St. Louis

NL West: San Francisco

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Philadelphia over New York

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Jason Heyward

AL MVP: Kendry Morales

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

NL CY: Roy Halladay

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Division winners:

AL East: Boston

AL Central: Chicago

AL West: Anaheim

AL WC: NY

NL East: Philly

NL Central: St Louis

NL West: San Francisco

NL WC: Colorado

WS: Philly vs Boston

Champ: Philly

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Texeiria

NL MVP: H. Ramirez

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

NL Cy: Halladay

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AL East: Tampa Bay

AL Central: Detroit

AL West: Texas

AL WC: Boston

NL East: Philadelphia

NL Central: St. Louis

NL West: Los Angeles

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Rangers vs. Dodgers

Champ:

AL ROY: Brian Matusz

NL ROY: Jason Heyward

AL MVP: Miguel Cabrera

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

NL Cy: Roy Halladay

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Division winners:

AL East: Boston

AL Central: White Sox

AL West: Angels

AL WC: Yankees

NL East: Phillies

NL Central: Cardinals

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: Atlanta

WS: Atlanta vs. Boston

Champ: Boston

AL ROY: Matusz

NL ROY: Heyward

AL MVP: Longoria

NL MVP: Pujols

AL CY: F. Hernandez

NL Cy: Gallardo

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Al East:

New York

Tampa Bay **

Boston

Baltimore

Toronto

Central:

Minnesota

Chicago

Detroit

Cleveland

Kansas City

West:

LA

Seattle

Texas

Oakland

New York over Minnesota

MVP-Kendry Morales

Cy Young-Felix Hernandez

Rookie-Brian Matusz

NL East:

Philadelphia

Atlanta

New York

Florida

Washington

Central:

Chicago

St Louis

Milwaukee

Cincinnati

Houston

Pittsburgh

West:

Colorado

San Francisco **

Los Angeles

Arizona

San DIego

Phillies over Rockies

Phillies over Yankees

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AL East: New York

AL Central: Chicago

AL West: Texas

AL WC: Tampa Bay

NL East: Philadelphia

NL Central: St. Louis

NL West: Colorado

NL WC: San Francisco

WS: St. Louis over New York

AL ROY: Brian Matusz

NL ROY: Jason Heyward

AL MVP: Evan Longoria

NL MVP: Albert Pujols

AL CY: Felix Hernandez

NL CY: Ubaldo Jimenez

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AL East

New York

Tampa Bay*

Boston

Baltimore

Toronto

AL Central

Detroit

Chicago

Minnesota

Cleveland

Kansas City

AL West

Seattle

LA of A

Texas

Oakland

Tampa over New York

AL ROY: Brian Matusz

AL CY Young: Jake Peavy

AL MVP: Evan Longoria

NL East

Philadelphia

Atlanta

New York

Florida

Washington

NL Central

St. Louis

Chicago

Milwaukee

Houston

Cincinnati

Pittsburgh

NL West

Los Angeles

San Fransisco*

Colorado

Arizona

San Diego

NL ROY: Jason Heyward

NL CY Young: Roy Halladay

NL MVP: Andre Ethier

St. Louis over LA

WS: Tampa over LA

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