A few quick highlights from the league - AL EAST Right now, this division is CPU dominated. Both the Orioles and the Rays look to have a pretty sizable lead in the division. However, I could see DrunkenSoldier reel off a few wins to get back in the thick of things in the division. That Jays roster is just too damn talented to play .500 ball. Plus, Drunken is sort of a video game savant. Expect him to be there in the end. After a slow start (and a little SHOW frustration), I think uagrad90 is starting to figure the game out. He has won 2 recent games against the Astros and the scored 13 runs against the Blue Jays. Though he is most likely out of it this year, season 2 will most likely be a much better one for the SAWKS. As far as the Yanks, Randiesel75 definitely needs to catch up quickly. You still in, man? If not, no hard feelings. I know your busy. AL CENTRAL At 7-5, the Indians stand atop the Central. Though they might not have a talented roster, they have one hell of a user controlling them. Expect this to continue. In second is the KC Royals. This CPU team is one that most people hate to play. They have decent pitching staff (3.76 ERA) led by James Shields and Ervin Santana and a .280 team batting average (11th in the league). Nobody expected much from the Twins, controllerabuser and their terrible roster. That roster has them sitting at 1-7. The good news for the Twins - 2nd pick in the TCBL Amateur draft. It may take CA a season or two, but he will get this thing turned around. He always does. The Tigers are another team with a loaded roster. Though redwings8831 kept saying he would have trouble winning a game, he has managed to win 5 and is only 3 games behind the Tribe. If Wings can continue to improve, he definitely has the lineup and pitching staff to overtake the Indians and Royals atop this division. The White Sox suck in real life and in the Show. AL WEST Early indicators point to this being the toughest division in TCBL. I had no idea thirdalarm could rake like this. He leads the league with a disgusting . 338 team batting average; leads the league in RBI's per game; and is 2nd in homeruns to square-button Noles. Unfortunately, hitting is only half the game. He is near the bottom of the league in ERA at 5. @G_T_G is doing what he always does in TCBL - win. The better half of the Gates boys has his team near the top of the division. With the 2nd best hitting team in the league and King Felix leading his rotation, can he catch the Angels and hold off the A's and Rangers? @cadepetty247 will be there in the end as always. He is 6-3 and in third place in the division. One thing is for sure, Cade will do whatever it takes to improve his team if necessary. Look for the Rangers to pull off a big trade if they need it to contend. So, anyone else with thoughts on the American League?