Forget the stale taste of yet another Yankees-Red Sox rivalry.
If you're looking for relentless competition between heated rivals, do what your forefathers did: head out West.
After a flurry of moves this offseason, the AL West has finally become major league baseball's Wild West.
For the better part of a decade, the game's smallest division was really just a one-horse town, with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim laying down the law in six of the past 10 seasons.
But a shuffling of all four decks has put the three-time defending champs on the defense.
With a sudden influx of young guns and trigger-happy veterans, the Angels will face stiff competition from the formerly great Oakland A's, pitching-heavy Seattle Mariners, and up-and-coming Texas Rangers.
Now, divisional newcomers like Hideki Matsui and Coco Crisp will battle it out with western warhorses like Ichiro Suzuki and Ian Kinsler for a shot at the 2010 title.
From right field to catcher, follow along as we go around the horn and down the lines to find the best position players in the West.