The American League Central is considered one of the weakest divisions in Major League Baseball. With the exception of the Detroit Tigers, the rest of the field appears to be fighting for second place.
The Tigers look like the team to beat, but the rest of the division has seen some surprising starts that have them ahead (or behind) of where they were predicted to finish back on April 1.
There's been one month of baseball in the books as of this morning, but that can be deceiving as teams can take advantage of a weak schedule, bad weather or the planets of the Grimlap system aligning.
With that, here's an updated look at how the AL Central will shake out over the final five months of the season.