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 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 dog days of summer continue to roll along while the National League Central continue to be the best division in all of baseball. As we look at the top of the division we see the St. Louis Cardinals with the best record in all of baseball followed by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs.
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.
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 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 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.