I'm a TB Rays fan and love our current ball club. True underdogs. They've shocked me a lot this year thus far but i can't lie the Yankeees lineup is pretty fun to watch and very explosive. Great brand of baseball being played up in the Bronx. With that said the A.L East and the NL West are currently the only two MLB divisions with three teams over .500. Yankees: 38-28. Red Sox: 38-30. TB Rays: 36-35. There are some divisions out there with only 1 team over .500 such as the N.L East and the N.L Central. One could look at the N.L West with Colorado, Arizona and the Dodgers all being well over .500 (45-26, 43-26 & 43-26) but when you look at their bottom two teams in San Diego (28-41) and San Fran (26-44) compared to the A.L East's bottom two teams in Baltimore (33-34) and Toronto (32-35) it just feels as if the A.L East is built the toughest. The difference between 1st and last place within the A.L East is only 6.5 games. The A.L Central is only seperated by 4.5 games from worst to first although only featuring two teams at or above .500. The A.L West? 15.5 games from worst to first. The N.L East? 19.5 games seperating the worst from first. N.L Central? Only 6.5 games seperate the worst from first although only one team is above .500 when compared to 4 below .500 teams and the N.L West? 18.5 games seperate first from the worst. The A.L East is pretty competitive again and lineups like the Yankees and Rays have been super powerful thus far. NYY, TB & BOS all appear to have top 10 pitching as well. Should create for exciting baseball throughout the dog days of the summer.