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  1. All-time draft roster: NL East

    Rob Neyer

    Let's move on to the National League with our all-time draft rosters, the best players drafted and signed by each franchise. Remember that they didn't necessarily have to star with that team. Other divisions: AL East | AL Central | AL West Atla...

    Blog | June 01, 2012
  2. All-time draft rosters: AL Central

    Rob Neyer

    Let's move on to the AL Central as we look back at the all-time draft rosters. Remember, these are the best players drafted and signed by the team, even if they didn't necessarily contribute to that franchise. Other divisions: AL East Chicago W...

    Blog | May 31, 2012
  3. Toronto buys a draft pick

    Rob Neyer

    Pete Abraham on the Blue Jays' latest canny move: Something has to be done about the AL East. There are way too many smart guys in the room. Did you see what the Blue Jays did yesterday? They traded a PTBNL to Colorado for catcher Miguel Olivo then...

    Blog | November 05, 2010
  4. Like them or not, my projected standings

    Rob Neyer

    Not that anybody should take predictions too seriously, but I put some time into these so I may as well share on this day of days ... AL EAST 1. Yankees - 96 wins 2. Red Sox - 94 3. Rays - 91 4. Orioles - 74 5. Blue Jays - 68 I was tempted...

    Blog | April 05, 2010
  5. No surprises in AL East

    Rob Neyer

    Finishing up with the projected American League standings: Yankees - 102 Red Sox - 94 Rays - 89 Orioles - 70 Blue Jays - 67 Six years ago, the Blue Jays went 67-94. They went straight from there to a nice little run -- 80 wins, 87, 83, and ...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  6. Help on the way for Rays

    Rob Neyer

    The Rays have the best run differential in the AL East but the fourth-best record, so they obviously still have some work to do. Fortunately (as Marc Lancaster reports), help is on the way: With their disabled list threatening to hit double digits a...

    Blog | June 12, 2009
  7. AL East remains one steady division

    Rob Neyer

    For five straight years, the AL East standings from top (Yankees) to bottom (Devil Rays) have stayed exactly the same.

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2003