MLB Standings as of September 8th

MLB STANDINGS AS OF SEPTEMBER 8th 2010American League
EAST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
NY Yankees 87 53 .621 49-25 38-28 751 572 +179 Won 1 7-3 99.2
Tampa Bay 84 54 .609 2 43-26 41-28 693 551 +142 Won 1 6-4 97.8
Boston 77 62 .554 9.5 41-30 36-32 699 640 +59 Lost 1 3-7 1.0
Toronto 72 66 .522 14 37-27 35-39 650 609 +41 Won 3 5-5 0.1
Baltimore 53 87 .379 34 30-41 23-46 526 706 -180 Lost 1 6-4 0.0
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Minnesota 82 57 .590 47-23 35-34 681 561 +120 Won 5 8-2 90.7
Chicago Sox 77 61 .558 4.5 38-27 39-34 655 579 +76 Lost 1 7-3 11.3
Detroit 69 70 .496 13 44-26 25-44 632 634 -2 Won 1 5-5 0.1
Kansas City 57 81 .413 24.5 31-37 26-44 563 733 -170 Lost 2 3-7 0.0
Cleveland 57 82 .410 25 29-39 28-43 554 663 -109 Won 2 4-6 0.0
WEST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Texas 75 63 .543 43-26 32-37 665 596 +69 Lost 5 2-8 95.3
Oakland 68 70 .493 7 41-29 27-41 560 535 +25 Lost 1 4-6 4.1
LA Angels 66 73 .475 9.5 34-34 32-39 595 634 -39 Lost 2 3-7 0.5
Seattle 55 84 .396 20.5 33-38 22-46 449 590 -141 Won 1 5-5 0.0
National League
EAST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Philadelphia 80 60 .571 46-28 34-32 646 573 +73 Won 2 7-3 73.6
Atlanta 79 60 .568 .5 49-19 30-41 649 530 +119 Lost 3 5-5 82.0
Florida 70 68 .507 9 35-33 35-35 635 603 +32 Lost 2 5-5 0.8
NY Mets 69 71 .493 11 39-25 30-46 570 564 +6 Won 2 4-6 0.1
Washington 60 80 .429 20 35-33 25-47 588 649 -61 Lost 2 5-5 0.0
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Cincinnati 79 59 .572 41-27 38-32 687 594 +93 Lost 3 5-5 96.1
St. Louis 72 64 .529 6 43-24 29-40 613 529 +84 Lost 1 3-7 16.0
Houston 65 73 .471 14 35-33 30-40 523 619 -96 Won 1 7-3 0.1
Milwaukee 64 74 .464 15 34-36 30-38 649 728 -79 Won 1 4-6 0.1
Chicago Cubs 60 79 .432 19.5 33-41 27-38 607 705 -98 Lost 1 6-4 0.0
Pittsburgh 47 91 .341 32 33-38 14-53 479 746 -267 Won 2 4-6 0.0
WEST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
San Diego 78 59 .569 40-29 38-30 589 484 +105 Won 2 2-8 67.8
San Francisco 78 61 .561 1 42-27 36-34 611 535 +76 Won 4 7-3 54.8
Colorado 74 64 .536 4.5 45-22 29-42 649 599 +50 Won 5 7-3 8.6
LA Dodgers 69 70 .496 10 41-31 28-39 590 591 -1 Lost 4 2-8 0.1
Arizona 56 83 .403 23 34-40 22-43 632 738 -106 Lost 4 5-5 0.0

…Let me just start pointing out that the Padres were 1-9 up until there win last night against the Dodgers. They are truly holding on to the division. If they don’t make it, then it will be a happy but still very sad story. To see this team win on solely pitching and defense has been so much fun to watch. The nobody’s that have become something on that team have been great to see…

…There is a new NL East division leader in the Philadelphia Phillies. They have got all their players back healthy and they are doing a lot of damage on offense. They have taken the Braves from  the storm and have a chance to potentially kick out the Braves if they don’t keep up their winning ways and a team like the Cardinals squeaks the Wild Card. It should be interesting…

…Finally, who is going to win that AL East? The Rays or Yankees? Either way, they are both making the playoffs but on what account? The division means a lot more and it sets you up for success in the playoffs. However, over the last decade, a lot of teams have won World Series by just barely making the playoffs. It should be interesting down the stretch but I think the Yankees will take the division with the Rays close behind them…

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