2019 MLB Preview: National League

The National League is the more traditional of the leagues but the talent in the league is ready to produce a champion for the first time in three seasons.

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2018 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West quickly rose to become one of the best divisions in baseball and with improvements to many of the teams in the division that role could only be starting to take hold.

2017 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West has been defined by the best rivalry in baseball but the other teams in the division continue to make strides towards rebuilding and getting into the division hunt.

2016 MLB Preview: NL West

The NL West has always been a division highlighted by a battle between two top teams but this year there may be a third team throwing their hats into the ring making this battle more interesting.

2015 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West is home to the new dynasty in the MLB but it is far from a division dominated by that team.

2014 MLB Preview: NL West

In every major league in North America there are the haves and the have nots and more often than not the difference can be seen in the divisions. There are the great divisions that seem to pump out championship team after championship team like in the AL East. Then there are the divisions that seem to be given a postseason spot for being the best of the worst.

2013 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West does not really compare to its cousin from the American League but it does contain some major contenders. They would like to be the same division as the American League but the reality is they are far off. The division is essentially a two horse race as there are only two teams that can win this division and after those two the talent drops off.

MLB Week in Review (June 9-15)

With two and a half months gone in the 2012 season the MLB is beginning to even out now as the league begins to really take shape. The MLB is a long season and that means that there will be a lot of up and downs for teams. With 162 games a year losing or winning in the first few months means little unless you can extend that into the middle of the season.

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