MLB 2014 Standings and Records

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The 2015 MLB season is almost underway. Right now, it’s the happiest time in baseball for most teams, a time where games don’t count in the standings and most of the players are completely healthy. For others, it’s a preview of what’s to come.

It’s well known that the San Fransisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals in the World Series, but what about the rest of the league?

Here’s the final standings and records from 2014:


AL East

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Baltimore Orioles, 96-66 (.593) Lost in Conference Series (Royals)
New York Yankees, 84-78 (.519)
Toronto Blue Jays, 83-79 (.512)
Tampa Bay Rays, 77-85 (.475)
Boston Red Sox, 71-91 (.438)

AL Central

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Detroit Tigers, 90-72 (.556) Lost in Divisional Series (Orioles)
Kansas City Royals, 89-73 (.549) Lost World Series (Giants)
Cleveland Indians, 85-77 (.525)
Chicago White Sox, 73-89 (.451)
Minnesota Twins, 70-92 (.432)

AL West

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Los Angeles Angels, 98-64 (.605) Lost in Divisional Series (Royals)
Oakland Athletics, 88-74 (.543) Lost in Wild Card (Royals)
Seattle Mariners, 87-75 (.537)
Houston Astros, 70-92 (.432)
Texas Rangers, 67-95 (.414)

NL East

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Washington Nationals, 96-66 (.593) Lost in Divisional Series (Giants)
Atlanta Braves, 79-83 (.488)
New York Mets, 79-83 (.488)
Miami Marlins, 77-85 (.475)
Philadelphia Phillies, 73-89 (.451)

NL Central

Oscar Taveras

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St. Louis Cardinals, 90-72 (.556) Lost in Conference Series (Giants)
Pittsburgh Pirates, 88-74 (.543) Lost in Wild Card (Giants)
Milwaukee Brewers, 82-80 (.506)
Cincinnati Reds, 76-86 (.469)
Chicago Cubs, 73-89 (.451)

NL West

Hanley Ramirez

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Los Angeles Dodgers, 94-68 (.580) Lost in Divisional Series (Cardinals)
San Fransisco Giants, 88-74 (.543) Won World Series (Royals)
San Diego Padres, 77-85 (.475)
Colorado Rockies, 66-96 (.407)
Arizona Diamondbacks, 64-98 (.395)


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