The weekend has come to an end as another week of the 2015 Major League Baseball season is in the books. Here is a quick overview of each division in the National League.
The National League continues to be an up and down roller coaster as teams fight for the top three spots. This includes a two team race in the National League East as the New York Mets and Washington Nationals fight for the top spot.
The question many baseball fans like to ask before each season is which players are the most overrated players in the game. The 2015 MLB season will be no different, as we will take a look at the most overrated players in the National League
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 National League continues to travel down the same path as the top three teams continue to hold their spots. This includes the St. Louis Cardinals who have played to the top record in all of baseball at 54-28 over the first few months of the season.
The National League continues to produce some fire power a no one team in any of the divisions has really ran away in first place. That being said it should be a pretty fun stretch in the second half as the Mid-Summer classic is slowly approaching.
The National League continues to deliver excitement night in and night out as the calendar month prepares to flip to September. This week a few of the hottest teams include the New York Mets, Pittsburgh Pirates and even the San Diego Padres.
The National League Central continues to be the talk around Major League Baseball. Currently the top three teams in the division hold on to the top three records in the National League. At the top of the division sit the St. Louis Cardinals holding the best record in baseball.