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With the Tigers in a slump, their nearest rivals, the Twins and the White Sox are playing the worst teams in the respective divisions, while Detroit plays the Yankees.

Posted by Rand Simberg at August 29, 2006 01:49 PM
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Meanwhile, the entire National League is playing like crap, except for the Mets. Maybe the NL west will be won by someone with a winning record, but sheesh, this is embarassing.

Posted by Jane Bernstein at August 29, 2006 05:18 PM

Every AL Central game is worth watching. Usually something like this only happens in football, but the AL Central is just traveling around the nation joining a growing registry of names on the asses of their respective rivals.

Posted by Wickedpinto at August 29, 2006 06:59 PM

You mean the New York team that lost two of three to the Mariners last week? A team that built up its record by playing around half its games against AL East pitching and a few NL interleague games. So don't worry too much about it. (And KC beat Minn.)

It really does look like a three team race for two playoff spots, and as White Sox fan from the 70s, I just know which team will revert to form and not make it.

Posted by Raoul Ortega at August 29, 2006 08:09 PM

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