While the NL Statis-pro season has inexcusable not been completed due to the Milwaukee based commissioner getting sidetracked with an off season breakthrough in his basketball season - the AL is done and ready for the playoffs.
In fact, kudos to the Montana-based commissioner for setting a record for games played. His records are actually games played. The Milwaukee commissioners counts each game as 3 game with the winner getting credit for a 2 games to 1 record unless they get 3-0 sweep credit for leading by 5+ runs after 8 innings without using their top reliever available.
Here is the recount of the more honest AL, where one game equals one game:
The Orioles put together an incredible second half to take the AL East title and number one seed.
Hard to believe they were (17-17) struggling in fourth place before ripping off an eleven-game win streak.
Toronto led the division most of the way before slipping behind the Rays in the final standings.
In the west, Seattle led most of the year, before Houston went on a late run to claim the division title.
No one ever led the division by more than two games all year. The Rangers underperforming offense held them back, but good pitching helped them claim the final playoff spot. Underperforming offenses were a theme throughout the league. (Astros, Rays, etc.)
The post-season should be wide open with no clear favorite since only four games separate the six seeds.
Only one game separates the four wildcard teams.
Statis-Pro AL MVP: Anthony Santander, BAL, led the league in home runs, RBI’s, 2nd in batting and runs scored.
Statis-Pro AL Cy Young: Andrew Heaney, TEX, in 13 starts finished 6-2, with a league best 2.19 ERA.
Statis-Pro American League Baseball
East W L Pct GB RS RA
Baltimore 31 19 .620 – 223 198
Tampa Bay 28 22 .560 3 187 153
Toronto 28 22 .560 3 231 198
New York 25 25 .500 6 212 179
Boston 20 30 .400 11 191 234
West W L Pct GB RS RA
Houston 29 21 .580 – 204 165
Seattle 27 23 .540 2 213 191
Texas 27 23 .540 2 190 205
Cleveland 24 26 .480 5 203 223
Chicago 14 36 .280 15 144 227
[Top Four Qualify]
Wildcard W L Pct GB
Tampa Bay 28 22 .580 —
Toronto 28 22 .580 —
Seattle 27 23 .540 1
Texas 27 23 .540 1
New York 25 25 .500 3
Cleveland 24 26 .480 4
Leaders will be add this afternoon. We hit a formatting issue trying to do it by phone.
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