The baseball action is starting to heat up in the National League as the calendar month flipped to June. One of the races we are keeping our eye on is the National League Central as the St. Louis Cardinals still hold on to the top spot and the best record in all of baseball at 38-19.
The summer time feel is starting to arrive around the Major Leagues as we flip our calendars into June. For now we can all sit back and enjoy this somewhat cool days while the St. Louis Cardinals continue to be red hot.
The 2015 Major League Baseball season continues to cruise along as three familiar teams sit atop their respective divisions. These three clubs include the Washington Nationals, St. Louis Cardinals and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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 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 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 2015 Major League Baseball season continues to roll along as we finished up our fifth full week of the regular season. The top three teams in each of the National League divisions remain the same as the New York Mets sit atop the East, the St. Louis Cardinals atop the Central and the Los Angeles Dodgers atop the West.