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MLB: American League Update

September 26, 2014

http://laurier-optical.com/locations/?wpsl-search-input=P6B It’s been a busy last week the American League. The Los Angeles Angels and Baltimore Orioles secured home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs, thanks to their team records. The Detroit Tigers clinched a playoff spot, but still haven’t managed to claim the Central Division title yet; the Kansas City Royals are still…

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Baseball: American League Update

September 23, 2014

http://solidkitchens.com.au/galleries/?_escaped_fragment_=lightbox[62]/9/ We’re in the last week of the regular season, and only the Central Division is yet to be decided. Both the Baltimore Orioles (East) and Los Angeles Angels (West) clinched their Division titles last week. The Detroit Tigers are leading the Kansas City Royals by a slim margin in the Central, but it’s very possible…

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Baseball: American League Update

September 2, 2014

We’ve officially moved into the final month of the season, and the first team to be officially eliminated from a pennant race has been named: the Texas Rangers (West Division). The Kansas City Royals have re-taken the lead in the Central, by a very small margin. In the East, the Baltimore Orioles saw their lead…

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Baseball: American League Update

August 26, 2014

The race is still tight in the West, especially after the Oakland Athletics won two of three games over the Anaheim Angels this past weekend. The Baltimore Orioles have to keep an eye on the New York Yankees, who are slowly closing in on first place. The Central is the most stable of the three…

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MLB: Cano Back in the Bronx

April 28, 2014

In one of the more surprising moves this off-season, second baseman Robinson Cano left the hallowed grounds of Yankee Stadium to play for the Mariners in Seattle. Long believed to be the next long-serving New York Yankee, Cano surprised the baseball world when he signed a 10-year contract with the Mariners, worth $240 million. Tuesday…

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