MLB American League Tickets

The regular season has commenced for the MLB American League, and experts are making early predictions on how the season will go. In one set of predictions, the Astros and Rangers are set to lead the Western Division, the Royals and Indians will lead the Central, and the Blue Jays and Red Sox are set to lead the East Division. Compared to the National League, the American League looks strong across the board, which may make for tough competition to see which teams end up in the playoffs. There are months of regular season games for teams to show their dominance, and you still have time to catch all the action in person. Tickets remain available, with prices depending on the game and location.

2016 MLB American League News

The latest rankings of the MLB American League have Baltimore on top in the East, followed by Boston and then Toronto. Baltimore is ahead by 2.5 games. In the Central, Cleveland leads Detroit, followed by the White Sox. Cleveland has a 5.5 game lead over Detroit. In the west, Texas dominates, but their in-state rivals the Astros are only 3.5 games behind. Seattle is number three. The top two Wild Card teams are currently Boston and Toronto, with Houston in the third position. There is still plenty of action remaining in the season before the playoffs. You can still get tickets for all the games to see all the action in person.
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The final roster has been set for the 2016 All Star Game, and the MLB American League starting lineup boasts four players from the formidable Boston Red Sox. They will be representing the positions of shortstop with Xander Bogaerts, right field with Mookie Betts, and left field with Jackie Bradley Jr. David Ortiz rounds out the Sox appearances as designated hitter. You can also catch Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve at second base, Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout at centerfield, and Baltimore Orioles’ Manny Machado at third base. Finally, representing the Kansas City Royals is Eric Hosmer at first base and Salvador Perez as catcher. Chris Sale of the Chicago White Sox will take the pitcher’s mound. Tickets to the All Star Game are available for $75.

Baseball season has reach the halfway point, and three teams have already jumped out as frontrunners in the MLB American League. In the East Division, the Baltimore Orioles lead the pack with 47 wins and 30 losses, which is five more wins than the next closest team. In the Central Division, the Cleveland Indians are on top and also have a 47 - 30 record. They are ahead of the former World Champions, the Kansas City Royals, by six wins. In the West, the Texas Rangers are looking indomitable with 51 wins and just 28 losses. Catch them against the Minnesota Twins on Thursday, July 7. Tickets are $5 and up.

At nearly three months into the season, things are certainly starting to heat up in the MLB. Baltimore and Boston are almost too close to count, but take the No. 1 and 2 spots, respectively, in the American League East. In Central, it’s a similar story between Cleveland and Kansas City. It’s certainly a different ball game in the South Division, however, with Texas gaining a huge lead after winning five of their last six. The Rangers will play this weekend in St. Louis and will then head back to face the Reds and the Red Sox at home. Don’t miss any MLB American League action. We have tickets for all this week’s hottest games.

This year is shaping up to be another exciting battle for the MLB American League! With the first quarter of the 2016 season already under wraps, it is a tight race for the top spot. The Boston Red Sox currently lead the standings with 28 wins and 17 losses. Not far behind them are the Seattle Mariners with a 27-18 record and the Chicago White Sox with 27-20. Perhaps most surprising is the fall of the Kansas City Royals, who will have to work their way back from a 24-21 slump to reclaim their title as World Champions. They are currently in a critical series against the White Sox. Tickets to the next game are $22 and up.

At the midway point of May, the MLB American League has some tight division races and intriguing matchups on the horizon. Baltimore, Chicago White Sox, and Seattle were atop their respective division as of May 12. All of these teams and the other 12 American League clubs have a full slate of games coming up this week. Tickets are available starting at $21. The American League East has been quite competitive, with 22-13 Boston is tied with 21-12 Baltimore and is just a few percentage points behind. Meanwhile, Texas is just 1.5 games behind 21-13 Seattle in the West. Seattle has been impressive on the road, boasting a 13-6 mark.
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