The question we asked ourselves this week is which teams in the National League was deserving to land on our winners and losers list. Much of this came to life after looking at how little some of the playoff contender teams did prior to the trade deadline to make themselves better.
The Major League Baseball season is only a little over a month in but the firewoks have already begun for the National League. The latest firework to go off was down in Miami as the Marlins elected to fire Mike Redmond after the team lost four straight games and dropped to 16-23 on the season.
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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 second half of the 2015 Major League Baseball season has opened up as a few surprise teams have played well around the National League. One of those teams that opened up hot to open the second half of the season has been the San Diego Padres.
The 2015 Major League Season hit the ground running as we start to take a look at the winners and losers around the National League. The one team that stands out as the top of the winners list is the New York Mets.