The 2013 MLB season is about to begin, with a slightly different look to the divisions. We'll be seeing more regular interleague play this year, as the Astros move to the American League West from the overcrowded National League Central. Are they moving to the division with the best teams in baseball? Can the Giants repeat? Will the Reds finally break through? Have the Yankees gotten too old? Submit your rankings!

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Angels

Angels

2012 Record: 89-73

Astros

Astros

2012 Record: 55-107

Athletics

Athletics

2012 Record: 94-68

Blue Jays

Blue Jays

2012 Record: 73-89

Braves

Braves

2012 Record: 94-68

Brewers

Brewers

2012 Record: 83-79

Cardinals

Cardinals

2012 Record: 88-74

Cubs

Cubs

2012 Record: 61-101

D-backs

D-backs

2012 Record: 81-81

Dodgers

Dodgers

2012 Record: 86-76

Giants

Giants

2012 Record: 94-68

Indians

Indians

2012 Record: 68-94

Mariners

Mariners

2012 Record: 75-87

Marlins

Marlins

2012 Record: 69-93

Mets

Mets

2012 Record: 74-88

Nationals

Nationals

2012 Record: 98-64

Orioles

Orioles

2012 Record: 93-69

Padres

Padres

2012 Record: 76-86

Phillies

Phillies

2012 Record: 81-81

Pirates

Pirates

2012 Record: 79-83

Rangers

Rangers

2012 Record: 93-69

Rays

Rays

2012 Record: 90-72

Reds

Reds

2012 Record: 97-65

Red Sox

Red Sox

2012 Record: 69-93

Rockies

Rockies

2012 Record: 64-98

Royals

Royals

2012 Record: 72-90

Tigers

Tigers

2012 Record: 88-74

Twins

Twins

2012 Record: 66-96

White Sox

White Sox

2012 Record: 85-77

Yankees

Yankees

2012 Record: 95-67

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