The question many wondering entering the 2015 Major League Baseball season is which team in the National League could contend for the World Series. Now after five weeks of the season we have a few teams as well as players who stand out as winners while the rest of the league is on the losing end.
The month of April has arrived opening up the start of the 2015 Major League Baseball season in the National League. As the kids sat around waiting for the Easter Bunny to arrive, most adult sports fans sat patiently waiting for that opening game of the season featuring the Chicago Cubs taking on the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley field.
The count down to October has begun as teams around the National League look to lock up a chance to play during the Major League Baseball post season. As we start to look around at each of the three divisions in the National League
The St. Louis Cardinals continue to be the top team in the National League before the All-Star break and now after. The Cardinals are 7-3 over there last ten games helping them build a 5.5 game lead over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League Central Division.
The hometown kid Todd Frazier lands atop the winners list after taking home the 2015 Home Run Derby crown in front of his town fans in Cincinnati, Frazier who beat out rookie outfielder Joc Pederson of the Los Angeles Dodgers at Great American Ball Park on Monday Night.
The 162 game Major League Baseball season has a tons of ups and downs. That has been the case this season as we have seen teams and players put together a great week followed by a disappointing week.