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Few organizations have had the chance to define American culture the way that Major League Baseball did, and the league has made the most of it. Founded in 1903, it is the oldest professional sports league in America and boasts the highest season attendance of any league in the world, and you just need to visit one of its ballparks to see why.

The MLB lineup includes 30 teams in cities from New York and Boston to Toronto, Seattle, and San Diego. Hosting a baseball team has become a matter of civic pride, a cultural touchstone, and a major fault line in the towns that have more than one. Whether you get a ticket to spring training, the All-Star Game, or the World Series, you can catch some of the best plays in the sport at some of the greatest stadiums ever built.

National League

Home to some of the oldest franchises still playing in sports, the National League was formed in time for America’s first centennial in 1876. Two of its charter franchises, the Boston Red Stockings and Chicago White Stockings, are still playing today—they go by the Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs these days, and the fact that new teams came up to claim their old names tells you just how much of an impact the league had.

With names like the St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, and San Francisco Giants, the National League has thrilled fans from coast to coast. With the return of the Washington Nationals in 2005, it has both the oldest and newest teams in baseball. And from the ivy at Wrigley Field to the view of San Francisco Bay at AT&T Park, the league’s playing fields capture the spectacle that makes a baseball game special.

American League

The newer of the major leagues because it was only founded in 1901, the American League helped to create the biggest names and greatest rivalries in the sport. Home to the New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox, the Los Angeles Angels, and the designated hitter rule, the league helped to expand baseball across the continent and made the World Series possible.

After having to fight for recognition in its early years, the league still prides itself on its unique traditions and the number of teams that have risen to dominate the sport. Whether it’s at Fenway Park or Angel Stadium, an American League game can match up with any of the most iconic experiences in baseball.

Around the World

For more than a century, Major League Baseball has been bringing baseball fans together to watch the best players in the game face off. After organizing the modern World Series and the All-Star Game, they took the lead again in the 21st century by helping to create the World Baseball Classic and giving players the chance to compete with leagues from across the globe. A ticket to the majors is still the best way to see the ultimate expression of what baseball was meant to be—a spectacle that’s not to be missed.

2023 Season

The 2023 MLB season is upon us and with Spring Training about to begin, Opening Day is just around the corner. It's time to look at the league's divisions.

American League

AL East

The New York Yankees are the defending AL East Champions and looking to maintain that status. The division sent three teams to the playoffs last season, with the Torontop Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays joining the Bronx Bombers in the postseason. Arguably one of the most competitive divisions with four out of the five teams finishing with an above .500 record. The Boston Red Sox are the only team in the AL East to have won a World Series in the last 13 years, with the Rays being the only other team to have made it to one in that same time frame. The Blue Jays made the playoffs last season after a rollercoaster season and never achieved the success or momentum that was expected. They're still an incredibly talented bunch, and have one of the league's best hitters in Vlad Guerrero Jr. The Baltimore Orioles were one of the big surprises of last year, finishing above .500, and their fans are expecting the build upon it. Finally, the Rays are a shrewd and capable team. Their pitching staff is led by ace Tyler Glasnow who is looking to have a succesful campaign.

AL Central

The AL Central looks like a three-horse race with last season's divisional winner, the Cleveland Guardians the favorite to repeat. We can't count out the Chicago White Soxwho fell victim to the injury bug, as well as underachievement last season. They'll undoubtedly look to rebound and jockey for first place. We can't count out the Minnesota Twins to put up a fight either. With veteran slugger Carlos Correa back after much free agency drama, and the addition of starting pitcher Pablo Lopez, the Twins could turn some heads and find themselves in playoff contention. Rounding out the division are the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals. Neither team will vie for the division but the Royals do have a future star in shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. The Tigers have a few players to keep an eye on as this will be future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera's final season.

AL West

The reigning World Series Champion Houston Astros are favorites to make another deep run in the playoffs. But their divisional rivals the Seattle Mariners won't make it so easy for them. Led by American League Rookie of the Year Julio Rodriguez, the Mariners delighted fans last season and made the playoffs after not having played postseason baseball since 2001. The Los Angeles Angels have plenty of star power in sluggs Mike Trout and Shohei Otani, but its yet to materialize into anything special. The Texas Rangers however have a brighter outlook heading into this 2023 season than they had at the start of 2022. Their rotation has been overhauled and is led by one of the best hurlers to take the mound, Jacob deGrom. Finally, there's the Oakland Athleticsa team that at times looks like they simply do not want to win baseball games. 2022 was simply forgettable for them, so lets see what this year has in store for the A's.

National League

NL East

All eyes will be on the New York Mets who are coming off a historic late-season collapse that not only cost them the division, but ended up bombing out in the Wild Card Series. The Philadelphia Phillies are poised to make a return trip to the World Series, but divisional foes the Atlanta Braves are no pushover. Both teams have highly skilled lineups feature MVP candidates in the likes of Bryce Harper and Ronald Acuña Jr. Lastly, the Miami Marlins who surely won't be challening anyone for the division but always put together a roster filled with young prospects as well as the recently acquired 2022 AL batting champ, Luis Arraez. The Washington Nationalswill also be vying for last place, as they're in the crux of a rebuild

NL Central

Led by last year NL MVP Paul Goldschmidt, the St. Louis Cardinals look to repeat and run the table on the division. They will have to contend with pitching ace Corbin Burnes and the Milwaukee Brewers. The rest of the division is a bit of a toss-up. The Chicago Cubs did make a few moves in the offseason; most notably signing shortstop Dansby Swanson. There's also the Pittsburgh Pirates who shockingly have some talent on paper. Shortstop Oneil Cruz is capable of some highlight reel plays, as well as All-Star Bryan Reynolds. The Cincinnati Reds don't have much in terms of expectations. The roster has undergone considerable changes in the last few years but youngsters like Jonathan India will take a bigger role within the club.

NL West

The Los Angeles Dodgers finished the 2022 season with 111 wins, and a 22 game lead in the division, only to end up losing to the San Diego Padres in the Division Series. The Dodgers said goodbye to Trea Turner, Justin Turner, Cody Bellinger, and starting pitcher Tyler Anderson who was the rotation''s leader in innings pitched. The Padres made waves signing free agent Xander Bogaerts to join a lineup of Juan Soto, Manny Machado, and Fernando Tatis Jr. The Arizona Diamondbacks however are a bit of a mystery. They've parted ways with Daulton Varsho, one of the best defensive outfielders in baseball and relying on young talent and a few veterans to keep fans optimistic. The San Francisco Giants spent much of the offseason being part of signings that didn't happen. After failing to sign both Aaron Judge and Carlos Correa, the Giants do have a few fresh faces who hope to contribute to the teams success. Rounding out the division are the Colorado Rockies. While the air is definitely thin at Coors Field, so are the Rockies chances of putting together wins. The Rockies haven't had a winning season since 2018 and rank as one of the worst teams in MLB.

What was the longest game in MLB history?

The longest game ever played in MLB history was a 25-inning game between the Chicago White Sox and the Milwaukee Brewers on May 8, 1984.

Who has the most career wins as an MLB manager?

The winningest manager in MLB history is Connie Mack. He manages the Philadelphia Athletics from 1901 to 1950 and amassed 3,776 wins during his tenure.

What is the new team schedule for MLB?

The new balance schedule includes 13 games against their division rivals equaling 52 games. Each team will play six games against six opponents and seven games against four opponents in the same league for a total of 64 games. Each team will also play 46 interleague games.

What team has the most wins in a single season?

The 1906 Chicago Cubs and 2001 Seattle Mariners each had 116 wins.

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