The final standings may be hard to predict after one month, but it seems pretty evident that the top-three teams through the first month may be in the race all season long.
The AL East has been very competitive in recent years with the resurgence of the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles. With the additions the Toronto Blue Jays made in the offseason, it is now a full five-team race for only two or three playoff spots.
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox need to prove themselves in 2013 with a team full of injured superstars and a horrid 2012 respectively, and so far they are doing just that. But will they keep up their torrid starts the rest of the season?