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Boston Red Sox third baseman Eduardo Nunez, left, celebrates with relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel, center, and catcher Christian Vazquez after the Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 4-3 in Game 4 of baseball's American League Division Series, Tuesday, Oct.
The Cleveland Indians, who trail the Astros 1-0 in the American League Division Series, have the worst odds among the AL teams at 17/2.
1903 - New York Highlanders (Yankees) approved as members of American League
Recommendation Washington Nationals 2pts 3-1 general Already advised Los Angeles Dodgers 2pts 11-2 Paddy Power American League Punters who took Racing Post Sport's advice to back Houston at 7-1 in March will be on good terms with themselves - the Astros are a best-priced 12-5 - but now is the time to add Cleveland to the portfolio.
Although they won only a single pennant--in 1906--the Chicago White Sox between 1904 and 1908 had the best five-year record in the American League. Their .591 winning average, equal to a 91-63 record over a single 154-game season, would have put them five games ahead of the Cleveland Indians (then known as the Naps, after their star second baseman, Napoleon Lajoie) and six ahead of the Philadelphia Athletics, whose winning percentages were the second and third highest during that time.
After another high-scoring season split between East Coast (30 matches) and American League (30) Hotham moved to the prestigious German DEL where he put up an impressive 13 points in 29 games for Dusseldorf.
There then follows a one-game Wild Card playoff, a best-of-five Division Series and a best-of-seven Championship Series to determine the winners of each Pennant - the best team representing the National League and the top side in the American League.
Major League Baseball today announced the umpires who have been assigned to the National League and American League Championship Series.
The Texas Rangers had to win their last seven games of the season in order to have any chance of winning the American League pennant.
ROBERT EARNSHAW has headed 3,000 miles west to rescue his career - with a plea to Wales boss Chris Coleman: "Don't forget me!" Earnshaw, 31, has joined North American League side Toronto after two frustrating seasons at Cardiff, insisting: "I still want to play for Wales.
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