All of the divisions in Major League Baseball except the American League East are up for grabs. As of this morning, the Los Angeles Angels (i.e., the Angels of the Angels) lead the Seattle Mariners by three games (in the all-important loss column). My beloved Detroit Tigers are tied with the Cleveland Indians. In the National League, the New York Mets lead the Philadelphia Phillies by three games. The Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs are tied. The Arizona Diamondbacks lead the San Diego Padres by two games. Boston is running away with the American League East, much to the chagrin of Yankee fans and much to the delight of those of us who hate the Yankees.
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