Major League Baseball Standings
It’s still early in the Major League Baseball season with most teams only having played 18 games but let’s take a look at the standings in the American and National Leagues. I’m only going to go through the first three in each league but if you want to see the entire Division you can click on the link at the bottom of the story.
American League East: This is the one division I’ll list all 5 teams because the Red Sox play here. Boston is at the bottom of the league right now with an 8-10 record, 5-5 on the road and 3-5 at home. Baltimore is in 4th at 8-8 followed in third by the Tampa Bay Rays at 9-9. The New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays are tied for first at 10-8.
American League Central: Detroit (8-6) and Kansas City (9-7) are tied for the top spot while Minnesota, at 8-9, is a game and a half back in second.
American League West: Oakland has won more games on the road than at home so far this year and is 12-5 and in first place. Texas at 11-5 holds on to second place and the LA Angles at 8-9 are third.
National League East: Atlanta, another team that has won more on the road than at home this year, has a 12-5 record and are in first place followed by a 10-8 Washington team in second. The New York Mets are in third at 8-9.
National League Central: Milwaukee is 8-1 on the road and 5-4 at home and are in first place with a 13-5 record. St. Louis has been doing better on the road than at home, too and is in second with an 11-5 record. Pittsburgh is in third place at 8-10
National League West: The LA Dodgers are 8-3 on the road and 3-4 at home and are in first place with an 11-7 record with San Francisco one game out and in second with a 10-8 mark. Third place goes to Colorado at 10-9 a game and a half back from the Dodgers.