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AL
East
1. Tampa Bay
2. Toronto*
3. New York
4. Baltimore
5. Boston

Central
1. Detroit
2. Chicago
3. Cleveland
4. Kansas City
5. Minnesota

West
1. Anaheim
2. Oakland*
3. Texas
4. Seattle
5. Houston

NL
East
1. Philadelphia
2. Washington*
3. Atlanta*
4. New York
5. Miami

Central
1. St. Louis
2. Cincinnati
3. Milwaukee
4. Pittsburgh
5. Chicago

West
1. Los Angeles
2. San Francisco
3. Arizona
4. Colorado
5. San Diego

* - Wildcards

Playoffs:
Jays beat A's, Washington beats Atlanta.

LDS
Tampa vs Anaheim - Tampa in 4
Detroit vs Toronto - Toronto in 5
Los Angeles vs Philadelphia - Los Angeles in 3
St Louis vs Washington - St Louis in 5

LCS
Tampa vs Toronto - Toronto in 7
Los Angeles vs St Louis - Los Angeles in 5

WS
Toronto vs Los Angeles - Toronto in 5

AL MVP: Jose Bautista
AL CY Young: Justin Verlander
NL MVP: Ryan Howard
NL CY Young: Cole Hamels (HM: Johnny Cueto)

The shocking thing to me is just how much better pitching in the AL is compared to the NL. Outside of the big 3 on Philly and Strasburg in Washington, there's no one with any sort of high-level track record in the NL. The AL has Verlander, Sabathia, Dickey, Shields, Price, Weaver and more.

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World Series: Nationals over Blue Jays
If that happens, a lot of Canadian baseball fans will be very upset.

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