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Sports Network's American League Team Rankings

(As of September 14, 2014)

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor

TeamRecordPrevious Rank
1. LA Angels of Anaheim93-561
   Starting to look more and more like a Freeway Series
2. Baltimore Orioles89-604
   O's have a chance to clinch AL East at home for first time since 1969
3. Detroit Tigers83-665
   Favorable schedule could hand Tigers fourth straight AL Central crown
4. Kansas City Royals81-673
   Everyone hoping Royals get back into playoffs for first time since 1985
5. Seattle Mariners80-686
   If the Mariners can get into the playoffs they will be dangerous
6. Oakland Athletics83-662
   Offensively the A's are, well, offensive
7. Toronto Blue Jays77-718
   Blue Jays may make some huge changes this offseason
8. Cleveland Indians76-729
   Nice try, but Indians will come up short in playoff races
9. New York Yankees76-727
   It's almost official ... Jeter's final season ends without postseason
10. Tampa Bay Rays72-7810
   Watch the young Rays get back in the postseason mix in 2015
11. Chicago White Sox68-8111
   White Sox could have AL Rookie of Year (Abreu) and Cy Young winner (Sale)
12. Boston Red Sox66-8412
   Bogaerts has 21 hits in 64 plate appearances with four home runs and 11 RBIs
13. Houston Astros66-8314
   Since start of July, Chris Carter leads league in HRs (23) and RBI (55).
14. Minnesota Twins63-8613
   Team unsure if Milone will make another start this season
15. Texas Rangers57-9215
   Don't be surprised if Bogar eventually gets interim tag removed

As of September 15, 2014, at 11:33 AM ET
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