When will the NFL next have a team in Los Angeles?

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Hot Tigers sweep Red Sox

We're one-fourth of the way through the MLB regular season, give or take, and very few teams have asserted themselves dramatically. One that has: the Detroit Tigers, who moved to 27-12 after completing a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. The scary part? Two-time defending American League MVP Miguel Cabrera is only just now heating up, meaning the best could yet be in store for the runaway AL Central leaders. What is the future for Detroit? What to make of the defending-champion Boston Red Sox (20-23)? And what of MLB's other surprises?

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  • How will the Tigers fare in the postseason?

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  • How will the Red Sox fare in 2014?

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  • Which team will win the AL East?

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  • Outside the Tigers and A's, which team is the biggest threat to win the American League?

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  • Which of these teams is most for real?

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  • Which of these division winners from 2013 has been the biggest disappointment?

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  • Which team will win the World Series?

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