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 West for your viewing pleasure!
ML NL West (Season 11)
Team W-L PCT GB L10 STRK
San Francisco Giants 58-47 .552 - 7-3 W4
Anaheim Angels 57-47 .548 0.5 5-5 L3
San Diego Padres 38-66 .365 19.5 3-7 L2
Los Angeles Dodgers 28-76 .269 29.5 4-6 L1
The San Francisco Giants, Anaheim Angels, San Diego Padres, and Los Angeles Dodgers make up the NL West one of the most and least competitive divisions in all of Majors. The Giants and Angels are heated rivals and two of the most competitive. But the Padres and Dodger are two of the least competitive this year.
NL West Stats Leaders
AVG – Edgardo Padilla - Giants - .311
HR - Chipper Martin - Giants - 33
RBI – Chipper Martin - Giants - 98
2B - Rafael Seneca - Padres - 27
3B – Roberto Lorenzo - Giants - 7
SB – Jim Donatello - Dodgers - 33
CG – Carlos Sosa (LA), Neifi Lee (LAA), Joshua Parrish (SF) - 2
W - Joshua Parrish - Giants - 11
K – John Wilson - Giants - 114
ERA – Joshua Parrish - Giants – 2.94
SV –Junior Jacquez - Angels - 24
Division MVP – Chipper Martin
Division Cy Young – Josh Parrish
What To Expect From Here On Out?
Who knows? Expect the Padres and Dodgers to remain way behind the Giants and Angels. But As for Giants and Angels standing in the end? It’s a toss up.