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Usually, as the weather starts to warm up around the country, so does baseball season. Division races become a little more solid, and the cream of the crop is starting to rise above the bottom of the barrel.  In the Bay Area, the situation is as it always is. The American and National League West divisions are bunched together, with all of the teams seemingly within a nice winning streak of first place (except for last-place Arizona, who recently rattled off a 10-game losing streak and now stands 11.5 back of first place San Diego). In the AL West, it's even more bunched together, with only 7.5 games separating first-place Texas with last-place Seattle. The Mariners have the best winning percentage of any last-place team in the American League at .404. But I'm not in the Bay Area anym ...

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