This year's AL Central division race figures to be as tight as ever.
One thing that has remained stagnant throughout the years is the balance in the lineups of each organization, and this year is no different within the top three clubs.
The Minnesota Twins are looking for their seventh division title in the last 10 years, and they have a solid lineup that can carry them back to October.
The Chicago White Sox added a slugger in Adam Dunn and are looking to contend as they have in years past.
The Detroit Tigers are growing and developing and figure to carry a strong lineup deep into the season.
The Cleveland Indians are maturing and have a few relevant players, but they might be a year or two off of contending.
The Kansas City Royals gave up their best position player in David DeJesus, but a couple offseason additions might help them win about 70 games.
I decided to compare all the lineups and their starters using a simple formula for the five teams, one being the best and five being the worst.