Re-Alignment in MLB: Why the AL East Is a Poster Child, What Can Be Done

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Re-Alignment in MLB: Why the AL East Is a Poster Child, What Can Be Done

It's time for a change.

I am not talking about a new president (well, maybe), a new NCAA college football playoff system, or the unnecessary changes to the current NFL schedule, but rather, I am referring to the changes that must be made to AL East division in Major League Baseball.

Everyone who knows and understands baseball, the New York Yankees are the AL East, and as long as the divisions remain the same, the Yankee will always be on top.

Although every team starts off the season undefeated, the Orioles, Blue Jays, and soon-to-be again Rays, have a major disadvantage due to playing in the same division as the Red Sox and Yankees.

This simply isn't fair.

Therefore, as you proceed to read (at your own risk), I will propose a few changes that can be done to in order to  level the playing field, so the "minor" league teams will one day have a chance to compete for a World Series title.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy. 

Let's play ball. 

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