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The Road to October: How MLB's Remaining Season Plays out
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Will the Giants and Brian Wilson's Beard be back to defend their crown?

Well it is officially June, and there are still plenty of questions to be answered regarding the 2011 MLB divisional races.

This season has been surprising to say the least—case in point: the Cleveland Indians. Who would have honestly thought at the beginning of the season that on June 2nd the biggest divisional lead would be held by the Cleveland Indians? Not to mention that they have the best record in the bigs, and are on top of the AL Central by five games!

On the other end of the spectrum, the Minnesota Twins currently hold the league's worst record, a year removed from winning 94 games and the AL Central. The National League's best record is currently held by the Philadelphia Phillies, which doesn't come as a surprise to many. However, what is surprising is that the Florida Marlins are right on their heels only trailing by two games.

The 2011 season has already had many surprises and promises to hold many more in store. Now let's find out how the divisional and the wild-card races play out! 

Check in early next week for AL and NL awards, and to see how the playoffs turn out!

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