Well, we're a third of the way into the 2006 season, and the Yanks are atop the AL East with only a one game lead over the Evil Bostonians and the surprising Hosers from up North. The Tigers are leading the AL Central with the defending WC Chisox nipping their heels a game and a half back. Oakland and Texas are going neck and neck in the West, with the Bay area team up only a half game currently.
Over in the Senior circuit, the stupid Metropolitans are looking to run away with the East with a 9 1/2 game lead over Philly, with the Pujols-less Cards (he's still leading the majors in HRs) maintaining a slip 2 1/2 game lead over Cincy, while Houston is 5 back. The West is no longer the worst; all 5 teams are over .500, and all within 2 games of one another.