Here is the majors division by division review of the season through 105 games. Means we are only 57 games away and we have some tight races. The NL East for your viewing pleasure!
1. Chicago Cubs
2. Cincinnati Red Legs
3. Washington D.C. Nationals
4. Philadelphia Phillies
Through 105 games the Chicago Cubs have a 2.5 game lead over the Cincinnati Reds. 8.5 game lead over the Washington Nationals, and a 18.5 game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies.
NL North Stats Leaders
AVG – Brett Benoit - Reds - .341
HR - Tony Olivo - Reds - 39
RBI – Bob Schoendienst - Reds - 91
2B - Alberto Martin - Cubs - 40
3B - Ed Morris - Phillies - 7
SB – Ed Morris - Phillies - 49
CG – B.C. Almanza and Rich Coppolecchia - Nationals - 2
W - Brian Lee - Reds - 12
K - Nate Goodwin - Cubs - 117
ERA – Felix Lee - Reds – 3.17
SV – Pat Houston - Nationals - 21
Division MVP – Put half the Reds lineup in a hat and pick one.
Division Cy Young – Felix Lee
What To Expect From Here On Out?
Expect the Cubs t keep a strong pace, but watch out for the reds and their electric lineup to take over first in the next few weeks. The Nats and Phillies will fade into the distance finishing 3 and 4th respectively.