So I regained the championship after blowing up my team, dropping $60mil into the pool of nothingness, and sitting at 3rd and 4th place in the division (despite not dropping below .500). Ok. Cool.
In Tampa, ScottyPods returned to the top of the AL East after sitting in the cellar for a good decade.
Baltimore has a new owner and with the new owner comes a breath of fresh air and the city has a new renewal proposal around the ball park. Word has it players AREN'T getting mugged on their way to the ballpark.
New York looks to be in a slight rebuilding mode. They lost a lot of contracts this offseason so it'll be interesting to see how they fill their holes.
The Boston CPU Continues to stink.
A dark cloud has moved over Kansas City. Weathermen all over Missouri have gathered to see what is going on there.
Minnesota just missed out on keeping Toronto out of the playoffs, they spent a lot of money to try to knock them off, but their war chest is still full.
It's rumored from Detroit that Barbuto took that last season off and chilled in his home city, the AC.Chicago has announced they are AWOL, and they were a ways away from contending.
Cleveland, oof, bad CPU-age
Anyone notice what's going on in LA? $100 million in cash, not many holes and a consistent presence in the ALCS?
Texas is having a nice little resurgence after losing a lot of cash trying to knock off LA. Good Luck.
I'm still mad for Oakland that Sebbi didn't make the HOF.
Wait Seatle won the division in 2050? Seriously? Ok.
There's 2 AL CPUs and 16 in the NL. Take them over people.