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East > West > Central

May 25, 2012, 6:28 PM EDT

Joe Maddon, Buck Showalter AP

That’s the way it’s working in both the American and National Leagues to date this year:

AL East vs. AL Central: 37-20 – .649
AL East vs. AL West: 29-22 – .568

AL West vs. AL Central: 33-29 – .532

NL East vs. NL Central: 45-33 – .577
NL East vs. NL West: 34-25 – .576

NL West vs. NL Central: 25-23 – .521

I doubt it’ll be a┬árevelation┬áto anyone here that the AL East has been the game’s strongest division thus far. Including the 8-7 interleague record, it has a .602 winning percentage in interdivision games.

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