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Classification of the Regular Season of the American League of MLB
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Classification of the Regular Season of the American League of MLB (2007) »

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This ranking lists the results of the regular season of the American League teams. The American League refers to an organization officially called the "American League of Professional Baseball Clubs." It is the younger of the two leagues that constitute Major League Baseball, which is the most prominent professional baseball league in the world. The American League is currently comprised of 13 teams in the United States and 1 team in Canada and it is organized in three divisions. The champions of each division and the wildcard (the team with the best statistics among the second classified teams of each division) play the play-offs which will decide the league's champion and the team that will play the World Series against the champion of the other league, the National League. This is how the MLB's champion is decided. This ranking includes classification information of the regular season of the American League since its beginnings in 1901.

  • Author: diego (Updated Jul 18, 2011)
  • Sources: Official source MLB
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1Red SoxRed Sox96
2IndiansIndians96
3Angels of AnaheimAngels of Anaheim94
4YankeesYankees94
5TigersTigers88
6MarinersMariners88
7JaysJays83
8TwinsTwins79
9AthleticsAthletics76
10RangersRangers75
11White SoxWhite Sox72
12OriolesOrioles69
13RoyalsRoyals69
14RaysRays66
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