2014 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has long been considered the best division in baseball as they have regularly seen teams at the top of the league. The division contains some of the most legendary teams in the MLB and every year they seem to be on top of the league. That can make it extremely difficult for teams to make a run at the top of the division. With the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox constantly winning the division the other teams find it hard to break through and win.

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A Series of Unusual Events (2013 World series Review)

The 2013 World Series will forever be remembered but more for how strange the entire series was than how good it was. There is no doubt that the series was one of the best in recent memory and it was expected when the two teams made it to the World Series. When the two legendary teams made won their Leagues many would see that this series could be a great one. Both teams were well rounded and had their strengths leaving many to wonder who exactly would take the series.

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.

2013 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has always been one of the best divisions in the MLB with multiple teams regularly making the playoffs. It seemed for the longest time that the wild card team would always be the runner-up in the AL East. The winner would also be a favorite to win the World Series every year. It became the toughest division in baseball with great teams all fighting for a spot in the playoffs and a few falling through the cracks.

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