The Changing Face of Major League Baseball: How the League Has Looked from 1901 to Today

1901

The original 16 Major League Baseball teams. Fifteen of the 16 are still active today (though not all with the same name or in the same city). Only the original Baltimore Orioles no longer exist.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Beaneaters   Baltimore Orioles I
Brooklyn Superbas   Boston Americans
Chicago Orphans   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Blues
New York Giants   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Milwaukee Brewers I
Pittsburgh Pirates   Philadelphia Athletics
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1902

2 Changes.

1. AL: Milwaukee Brewers I move to St. Louis and become the St. Louis Browns.

2. AL: Cleveland Blues change their name to the Cleveland Bronchos.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Beaneaters   Baltimore Orioles I
Brooklyn Superbas   Boston Americans
Chicago Orphans   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Bronchos
New York Giants   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1903 (through 1906)

3 Changes.

1. NL: Chicago Orphans change their name to the Chicago Cubs.

2. AL: Baltimore Orioles I fold, replaced by the New York Highlanders.

3. AL: Cleveland Bronchos change their name to the Cleveland Naps.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Beaneaters   Boston Americans
Brooklyn Superbas   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Highlanders
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1907

1 Change.

1. NL: Boston Beaneaters change their name to the Boston Doves.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Doves   Boston Americans
Brooklyn Superbas   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Highlanders
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1908 (through 1910)

1 Change.

1. AL: Boston Americans change their name to the Boston Red Sox.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Doves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Superbas   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Highlanders
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1911

2 Changes.

1. NL: Brooklyn Superbas change their name to the Brooklyn Dodgers.

2. NL: Boston Doves change their name to the Boston Rustlers.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Rustlers   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Highlanders
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1912

1 Change.

1. NL: Boston Rustlers change their name to the Boston Braves.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Highlanders
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1913

2 Changes.

1. NL: Brooklyn Dodgers change their name back to the Brooklyn Superbas.

2. AL: New York Highlanders change their name to the New York Yankees.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Superbas   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1914

1 Change.

1. NL: Brooklyn Superbas change their name to the Brooklyn Robins.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Robins   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Naps
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1915 (through 1931)

1 Change.

1. AL: Cleveland Naps change their name to the Cleveland Indians.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Robins   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Indians
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1932 (through 1935)

1 Change.

1. NL: Brooklyn Robins change their name back to the Brooklyn Dodgers.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Indians
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1936 (through 1940)

1 Change.

1. NL: Boston Braves change their name to the Boston Bees.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Bees   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Indians
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1941 (through 1952)

1 Change.

1. NL: Boston Bees change their name back to the Boston Braves.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston Braves   Boston Red Sox
Brooklyn Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
Chicago Cubs   Cleveland Indians
Cincinnati Reds   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1953

1 Change.

1. NL: Boston Braves move to Milwaukee (Milwaukee Braves).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Brooklyn Dodgers   Boston Red Sox
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
MIlwaukee Braves   Detroit Tigers
New York Giants   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Philadelphia Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1954

2 Changes.

1. NL: Cincinnati Reds change their name to the Cincinnati Redlegs.

2. AL: St. Louis Browns move to Baltimore and change their name to the Baltimore Orioles.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Brooklyn Dodgers   Baltimore Orioles
Chicago Cubs   Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Redlegs   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
New York Giants   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   New York Yankees
Pittsburgh Pirates   Philadelphia Athletics
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1955 (through 1957)

1 Change.

1. AL: Philadelphia Athletics move to Kansas City (Kansas City Athletics).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Brooklyn Dodgers   Baltimore Orioles
Chicago Cubs   Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Redlegs   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
New York Giants   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Kansas City Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1958 (through 1959)

2 Changes.

1. NL: Brooklyn Dodgers move to Los Angeles (Los Angeles Dodgers).

2. NL: New York Giants move to San Francisco (San Francisco Giants).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Redlegs   Boston Red Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Kansas City Athletics
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1960

1 Change.

1. NL: Cincinnati Redlegs change their name back to the Cincinnati Reds.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Reds   Boston Red Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Kansas City Athletics
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators I

*

1961

3 Changes. Major Leagues expand (for the first time) from 16 teams to 18.

1. AL: Washington Senators I move to Minnesota and change their name to the Minnesota Twins.

2. AL: New team, the Los Angeles Angels, joins the American League.

3. AL: New team, the Washington Senators (II), joins the American League.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Reds   Boston Red Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Kansas City Athletics
San Francisco Giants   Los Angeles Angels
St. Louis Cardinals   Minnesota Twins
    New York Yankees
    Washington Senators (II)

*

1962 (through 1964)

2 Changes. Major Leagues expand from 18 teams to 20.

1. NL: New team, the Houston Colt .45’s, joins the National League.

2. NL: New team, the New York Mets, joins the National League.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Reds   Boston Red Sox
Houston Colt .45’s   Chicago White Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Cleveland Indians
MIlwaukee Braves   Detroit Tigers
New York Mets   Kansas City Athletics
Philadelphia Phillies   Los Angeles Angels
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)

*

1965

2 Changes.

1. NL: Houston Colt .45’s change their name to the Houston Astros.

2. AL: Los Angeles Angels change their name to the California Angels.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Reds   Boston Red Sox
Houston Astros   California Angels
Los Angeles Dodgers   Chicago White Sox
MIlwaukee Braves   Cleveland Indians
New York Mets   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Kansas City Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)

*

1966 (through 1967)

1 Change.

1. NL: Milwaukee Braves move to Atlanta (Atlanta Braves).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Chicago Cubs   Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Reds   California Angels
Houston Astros   Chicago White Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Cleveland Indians
New York Mets   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Kansas City Athletics
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)

*

1968

1 Change.

1. AL: Kansas City Athletics move to Oakland (Oakland Athletics / A’s).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Chicago Cubs   Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Reds   California Angels
Houston Astros   Chicago White Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers   Cleveland Indians
New York Mets   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Minnesota Twins
Pittsburgh Pirates   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Francisco Giants   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)

*

1969

5 Changes.

1. NL and AL: Each divided into East and West Divisions.

2. NL: New team, the Montreal Expos, joins the National League (East).

3. NL: New team, the San Diego Padres, joins the National League (West).

4. AL: New team, the Kansas City Royals, joins the American League (West).

5. AL: New team, the Seattle Pilots, joins the American League (West).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Montreal Expos   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)
WEST   WEST
Atlanta Braves   California Angels
Cincinnati Reds   Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers   Minnesota Twins
San Diego Padres   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Francisco Giants   Seattle Pilots

*

1970 (through 1971)

1 Change.

1. AL: Seattle Pilots move to Milwaukee and change their name to the Milwaukee Brewers.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Montreal Expos   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Washington Senators (II)
WEST   WEST
Atlanta Braves   California Angels
Cincinnati Reds   Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers   Milwaukee Brewers
San Diego Padres   Minnesota Twins
San Francisco Giants   Oakland Athletics (A’s)

*

1972 (through 1976)

2 Changes.

1. Milwaukee Brewers move from AL West to AL East.

2. Washington Senators (II) (AL East) move to Texas and the AL West and change their name to the Texas Rangers.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Montreal Expos   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Milwaukee Brewers
St. Louis Cardinals   New York Yankees
WEST   WEST
Atlanta Braves   California Angels
Cincinnati Reds   Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers   Minnesota Twins
San Diego Padres   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Francisco Giants   Texas Rangers

*

1977 (through 1992)

2 Changes. Major Leagues expand from 24 teams to 26.

1. AL: New team, the Toronto Blue Jays, joins the American League (East).

2. AL: New team, the Seattle Mariners, joins the American League (West).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Montreal Expos   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   Cleveland Indians
Philadelphia Phillies   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Milwaukee Brewers
St. Louis Cardinals   New York Yankees
    Toronto Blue Jays
WEST   WEST
Atlanta Braves   California Angels
Cincinnati Reds   Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers   Minnesota Twins
San Diego Padres   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Francisco Giants   Seattle Mariners
    Texas Rangers

*

1993

2 Changes. Major Leagues expand from 26 teams to 28.

1. NL: New team, the Florida Marlins, joins the National League (East).

2. NL: New team, the Colorado Rockies, joins the National League (West).

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Chicago Cubs   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
Montreal Expos   Cleveland Indians
New York Mets   Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Phillies   Milwaukee Brewers
Pittsburgh Pirates   New York Yankees
St. Louis Cardinals   Toronto Blue Jays
WEST   WEST
Atlanta Braves   California Angels
Cincinnati Reds   Chicago White Sox
Colorado Rockies   Kansas City Royals
Houston Astros   Minnesota Twins
Los Angeles Dodgers   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Diego Padres   Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants   Texas Rangers

*

1994 (through 1996)

1 Change.

1. NL and AL: Divided into three divisions apiece: East, Central and West.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
Montreal Expos   Detroit Tigers
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Milwaukee Brewers
St. Louis Cardinals   Minnesota Twins
WEST   WEST
Colorado Rockies   California Angels
Los Angeles Dodgers   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Diego Padres   Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants   Texas Rangers

*

1997

1 Change.

1. AL: California Angels change their name to the Anaheim Angels.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
Montreal Expos   Detroit Tigers
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Milwaukee Brewers
St. Louis Cardinals   Minnesota Twins
WEST   WEST
Colorado Rockies   Anaheim Angels
Los Angeles Dodgers   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Diego Padres   Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants   Texas Rangers

*

1998 (through 2004)

4 Changes. Major Leagues expand from 28 teams to 30.

1. NL and AL: Milwaukee Brewers move from AL Central to NL Central.

2. NL: New team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, joins the National League (West).

3. AL: New team, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, joins the American League (East).

4. AL: Detroit Tigers move from AL East to AL Central.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
Montreal Expos   New York Yankees
New York Mets   Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Philadelphia Phillies   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Detroit Tigers
Milwaukee Brewers   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
St. Louis Cardinals    
WEST   WEST
Arizona Diamondbacks   Anaheim Angels
Colorado Rockies   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
Los Angeles Dodgers   Seattle Mariners
San Diego Padres   Texas Rangers
San Francisco Giants    

*

2005 (through 2007)

2 Changes.

1. NL: Montreal Expos move to Washington DC and change their name to the Washington Nationals.

2. AL: Anaheim Angels change their name to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Washington Nationals   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Detroit Tigers
Milwaukee Brewers   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
St. Louis Cardinals    
WEST   WEST
Arizona Diamondbacks   Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim)
Colorado Rockies   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
Los Angeles Dodgers   Seattle Mariners
San Diego Padres   Texas Rangers
San Francisco Giants    

*

2008 (through 2011)

1 Change.

1. AL: Tampa Bay Devil Rays change their name to the Tampa Bay Rays.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Florida Marlins   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Tampa Bay Rays
Washington Nationals   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Detroit Tigers
Milwaukee Brewers   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
St. Louis Cardinals    
WEST   WEST
Arizona Diamondbacks   Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim)
Colorado Rockies   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
Los Angeles Dodgers   Seattle Mariners
San Diego Padres   Texas Rangers
San Francisco Giants    

*

2012

1 Change.

1. NL: Florida Marlins change their name to the Miami Marlins.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Miami Marlins   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Tampa Bay Rays
Washington Nationals   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Houston Astros   Detroit Tigers
Milwaukee Brewers   Kansas City Royals
Pittsburgh Pirates   Minnesota Twins
St. Louis Cardinals    
WEST   WEST
Arizona Diamondbacks   Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim)
Colorado Rockies   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
Los Angeles Dodgers   Seattle Mariners
San Diego Padres   Texas Rangers
San Francisco Giants    

*

2013 (through Today)

1 Change.

1. NL and AL: Houston Astros move from NL Central to AL West.

NATIONAL LEAGUE   AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST   EAST
Atlanta Braves   Baltimore Orioles
Miami Marlins   Boston Red Sox
New York Mets   New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies   Tampa Bay Rays
Washington Nationals   Toronto Blue Jays
CENTRAL   CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs   Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds   Cleveland Indians
Milwaukee Brewers   Detroit Tigers
Pittsburgh Pirates   Kansas City Royals
St. Louis Cardinals   Minnesota Twins
WEST   WEST
Arizona Diamondbacks   Houston Astros
Colorado Rockies   Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim)
Los Angeles Dodgers   Oakland Athletics (A’s)
San Diego Padres   Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants   Texas Rangers

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