MLB division rankings: All six division standings by run differential

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One look at the standings in the middle of June offers some surprises around MLB.

The Tampa Bay Rays continue to play well and are the class of the American League East two and a half months into the season, while the Minnesota Twins are in first place in the American League Central which nobody wants to take control of. In the American League West, the Texas Rangers continue to lead followed by the Houston Astros.

In the National League, the Atlanta Braves continue to lead the East and is being followed by the upstart Miami Marlins. The National League Central looks similar to the AL Central with the Pittsburgh Pirates leading the way, followed by the Milwaukee Brewers and after that everyone else in under .500. In the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks have a lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in somewhat of a surprise.

A lot can change and a lot will change over the summer. There is the trade deadline and this season, it looks like it’s going to be a tough call for some teams on whether or not they are going to be buyers or sellers and a lot of that will be determined over the next month. The standings in both the division and Wild Card will have a lot to say about that.

With that said, let’s take a fun look at what each MLB division’s standings would currently be based on run differential so far in 2023.

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