While the National League playoff picture is virtually locked into place, the American League has some gut-wrenching late-season baseball on tap in the final two weeks of the season. The Philadelphia Phillies will win the NL East, having pulled to eight games in front of the Florida Marlins and on the verge on clinching a title with 14 games remaining. In the Central, the St. Louis Cardinals fan-base has to be reveling at the laughable situation with rival Chicago Cubs, who now have nothing better to do late in a lost season than worry and debate about Milton Bradley being ridiculous. The Red Birds sit 10 games in front of the division, and with two aces on their staff and two sluggers in their lineup, they are a tough task for any team to conquer in October. Out west, the Los Angeles Dod ...
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