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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - American League Central
The American League Central Division is one of six divisions in Major League Baseball. This division was formed in the realignment in 1994, and its teams are all located in the Midwestern United States. The Central Division is currently the only division in the Major Leagues in which all of its members have won the World Series at least once. - Source: Wikipedia
Kevin Costner took timeout from filming his football movie in Cleveland for a little batting practice before the Indians played the Minnesota Twins on Sunday.
The Kansas City Royals have slowly and methodically allowed their top prospects to climb through their farm system in recent years, piecing together a team they believe can compete in the wide-open American League Central.
The Kansas City Royals gambled their future Sunday night for a chance to win right now.
It is more rare than a perfect game and about as uncommon as an unassisted triple play.
Miguel Cabrera became the 15th player to win baseball's Triple Crown on Wednesday night, the reluctant superstar thrust into the spotlight by joining an elite list that includes Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams and Lou Gehrig.
Miguel Cabrera won baseball's first Triple Crown in 45 years Wednesday night, achieving one of the game's greatest feats.
The Washington Nationals will open the 2013 season at home, hosting the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park on Monday, April 1 to kick off a brand new type of season in baseball.
The mystery team pulled off another coup. Free agent first baseman Prince Fielder didn't choose Washington or Texas or any of the other rumored favorites for the left-handed hitting slugger. Instead it was Detroit.
The Nationals made their first trade of the 2011 offseason on Friday evening, sending one of the organization's longest-tenured players, right-hander Collin Balester, to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for right-hander Ryan Perry, a former first-round pick.
It was early May, and the Detroit Tigers were struggling a bit. They were below .500, several games behind in the American League Central. For a team that hadn't reached the playoffs since 2006, pressure was mounting.
Three hours before the game Sunday, Manny Acta sat in the visiting manager's office at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and talked about a subject he probably could write a master's thesis on: rebuilding a baseball team.
Chicago White Sox pitchers Gavin Floyd and Edwin Jackson tend to fly under the radar when it comes to news about the team's starting rotation.
Manny Acta has a positive outlook for the Cleveland Indians' season. Even with all sorts of reasons not to.