The question many fans asked entering the 2015 Major League Baseball season was which team would come out on top? That question has yet to be decided but one thing is for certain and the top candidate to fill in that list is the St. Louis Cardinals from the National League Central.
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 one big question entering the 2015 Major League season is which team in the National League is the most underrated? The list of the National League clubs that could land on this list could be as many as five teams depending on what you might look for in these clubs.
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.
The 2015 Major League Season gets under way on April 5th allowing us enough time to take a look at the most underrated players in the National League. These ball players don’t make the enormous salaries
The National League playoff picture continues to be cloudy picture as each of the three divisions continue to play themselves each week. This continued this week as the top three teams in each division stayed packed while holding a lead over the second place teams.
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 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 Major League Baseball playoffs will start on October 4th. While looking ahead and trying to sort things out, things are not that complicated when it comes to National League projections