Eduardo A. Encina, Orioles beat reporter

Orioles record, place in AL East: 90-72, third
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AL East: Tampa Bay Rays
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AL Central: Detroit Tigers
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AL West: Texas Rangers
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AL wild cards: Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals
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NL East: Washington Nationals
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NL Central: St. Louis Cardinals
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NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers
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NL wild cards: Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants
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AL champion: Texas Rangers
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NL champion: St. Louis Cardinals
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World Series champion: St. Louis Cardinals
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AL Cy Young: James Shields, Kansas City
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AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles (pictured)
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NL Cy Young: Michael Wacha, St. Louis
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NL MVP: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona
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( Jamie Squire, Getty Images / February 26, 2014 )

Orioles record, place in AL East: 90-72, third
AL East: Tampa Bay Rays
AL Central: Detroit Tigers
AL West: Texas Rangers
AL wild cards: Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals
NL East: Washington Nationals
NL Central: St. Louis Cardinals
NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers
NL wild cards: Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants
AL champion: Texas Rangers
NL champion: St. Louis Cardinals
World Series champion: St. Louis Cardinals
AL Cy Young: James Shields, Kansas City
AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles (pictured)
NL Cy Young: Michael Wacha, St. Louis
NL MVP: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona

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