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Projecting the State of the NL East in 2015
Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
The Washington Nationals celebrated winning the National League East division title in 2012. Will they do the same in 2015?

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest in the National League East?

Currently, the title belongs to the Atlanta Braves, who are 4.5 games ahead of the Washington Nationals and 5.5 games ahead of the Philadelphia Phillies entering play Wednesday. But will that continue to be the case in 2015?

A lot can change in two years. 

Players might get hurt or become ineffective. Players might also improve or prospects might take the place of an expensive, injury-ridden veteran. Organizations might seek new leadership or they could slash payroll. We're looking at you, Miami Marlins.

But that's why we're here to take a team-by-team look at what the landscape will look like in the NL East in 2015.

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