With Opening Day on the horizon, have a look at our divisional previews.
Think about this: Not a single team is actively trying to lose in the NL West. Beautiful, right? Thing is, not all of them can win the division or make the playoffs. Check out the best-case scenarios for five intriguing teams.
Read the NL West preview.
Yu Darvish and Brandon Morrow are Cubs. Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain are Brewers. Marcell Ozuna's a Cardinal. It'll take some getting used to, but, trust us, this bodes well for the race to the top of the Central.
Read the NL Central preview.
Since the Nationals are so winning the NL East, we broke down the division by "watchability," because when you're favorite team's got the day off, there's still baseball to watch. That's the beauty of it, don't you see?
Read the NL East preview.
A few of them, actually, and they're burning:
Read the AL East preview.
The five teams that comprise the AL Central have dreams they wish to turn into reality this season. Those dreams are very different for the Cleveland Indians, who have a 70-year World Series drought to snap, and the Detroit Tigers, who would undoubtedly love for someone else - anyone, please! - to pay Miguel Cabrera the $184 million he's still owed through 2023.
Read the AL Central preview.
The Houston Astros are winning the West, but that doesn't mean the next six months are a complete waste of time. Between Shohei Ohtani, Ichiro, and Adrian Beltre, there are plenty of reasons for excitement - even in Oakland!
Real the AL West preview.
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