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The 2018 MLB season is turning out to be another wild season in Major League Baseball. The Chicago Cubs, after winning their first World Series championship since 1908 in 2016, look to forge a dynasty reminiscent of the New York Yankees at the turn of the century. Plenty of other teams are attempting to stake a claim at the dominance of reigning MVP Kris Bryant, first baseman Anthony Rizzo and the Cubs.
One of those teams are the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have owned baseball’s best record for most of the second half, including the best 50-game stretch by any team since 1912. The Dodgers already featured arguably the best pitcher in baseball with Clayton Kershaw anchoring the rotation, but they added Texas Rangers’ ace Yu Darvish at the trade deadline. With the league’s batting average leader, Justin Turner, the Dodgers are a force to be reckoned with, as are Bryce Harper’s Washington Nationals and Paul Goldschmidt’s Arizona Diamondbacks.
While those teams are leading the push towards the National League’s playoffs, the American League’s postseason picture is not as clear for its five spots. The Houston Astros have dominated the American League West division all season with one of baseball’s most exciting players at second base, José Altuve. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have an all-time great player in Mike Trout, 25, in the outfield, but the Astros dominance is hurting Trout’s chances of being successful out west.
The Cleveland Indians lost in seven games to the Cubs in last year’s World Series, but they look to return to the Fall Classic in 2017. Power pitching with Corey Kluber and a star-studded lineup led by Jason Kipnis has the Indians atop the American League Central. The American League East is just as thrilling with baseball’s best rivalry, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, fighting for the division crown.
While there’s a lot of games to catch, you won’t want to miss any of the action down the stretch or this postseason, so go find your tickets!