2018 MLB Preview: AL Central

The American League has consistently been ruled by the East but the last few years have been a time for the Central to take over and with the moves made this year they will continue to take over with some very strong teams looking to make their way to the postseason.

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MLB Week in Review (October 13-19)

The MLB Postseason continues on with the Championship Series not looking like they were going to do much after big leads but in the American League the lead wouldn;t last causing a massive momentum shift.

MLB Week in Review (September 15-21)

The MLB saw two distinct accomplishments this past week and both seem like they are entirely separate while in fact they are related as power increases and so does strikeouts.

MLB Week in Review (August 18-24)

Like every league the MLB is dealing with its own issues, one of them being low enrollment and with that in mind they host the first ever Little League Classic giving Little Leaguers the chance to see some of the best in the world up close.

MLB Week in Review (August 11-17)

The MLB is a slow league to change but the demand is growing for the league to change the way umpiring is done by establishing an automatic strike zone and taking the human element out of the game.

2017 MLB Preview: AL Central

The AL Central is gaining a reputation after sending a team to the World series for three straight years as five teams enter the new season with a hope that they can be the next team to make the World Series and potentially win it all.

2016 MLB Preview: AL Central

The AL Central was not always the most exciting division in baseball but last year saw a shift and this year that shift may continues as another big battle is ahead.

2015 MLB Preview: AL Central

The American League Central is a division that has had one ruler for a long time as the Detroit Tigers have been the dominant team for the majority of the 2010s.

MLB Week in Review (October 4-10)

It seems like only recently that the second round of the MLB postseason was beginning and teams were starting their march towards the World Series. Now the second round is over as the Division Series are done and only four teams remain in the hunt. Heading into the division series there was still a lot unknown about every team in the postseason. There was a lot of talk about who could make it and what they would do but in reality nobody ever knows.

2014 MLB Postseason Preview

After 6 months there are only ten teams left fighting for the World Series crown as they came through the season as the best teams in the league. It was a great race this year as it went down to the last day to determine some of the last teams and the positioning. The last day of the season had four teams trying to work their way into the best spot possible to take a post season spot. Now with the race finally finished it is time to play October baseball where legends are created.

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