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MLB Update

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The Mariners are currently second in the American League West division and “They started off pretty solid” says (27)Hunter McLaughlin.

We’re now six weeks or so into the Major League Baseball season. Here’s a quick update of the standings of the whole league. Each team plays 162 games each year. Only twelve teams make it to the post season each year. Teams who win their division automatically go to the playoffs. If two teams end with the same record, then they use tie breakers to decide who advances into the playoffs.

Standings as of May 7:

American League East:

1.Orioles      23-12

2.Yankees    24-13
3.Red Sox    19-17

4.Rays          19-18

5.Blue Jays   16-20

 

American League Central:

1.Guardians    23-13

2.Twins            20-15

3.Royals          21-16

4.Tigers            19-17

5.white sox       8-28

 

American League West:

1.Rangers       21-16

2.Mariners       20-16

3.Athletics        17-20

4.Angels           13-23

5.Astros            12-23

 

National League East:

1.Phillies               26-11

2.Braves                21-12

3.Nationals            18-17

4.Mets                    18-18

5.Marlins                 10-28

 

National League Central:

1.Brewers               21-14

2.Cubs                    22-15

3.Pirates                 17-20

4.Reds                    16-19

5.Cardinals             15-21

 

National League West

1.Dodgers               25-13

2.Padres                 19-20

3.Diamondbacks     16-20

4.Giants                   16-21

5.Rockies                 8-27

 

 

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Xander Carroll
Xander Carroll is a freshman at Arlington High School. He participates in baseball and tennis. He writes stories for journalism. He hopes to go to Oregon State University. Then, his dream is to go to the MLB and play professional baseball.

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