2019 MLB Divisional Odds Tracker: AL Central

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July 8: Cleveland continue to close the gap onto a Twins team that is marginally slumping and has remained hot. They’re now +700 and -2800, respectively. That doesn’t seem close, but only look to see how much it’s than a month past.
June 26: The Indians have seen their chances improve from +1000 to.
June 14: Though the Indians and White Sox have played better of the Twins refuse to slow down, boasting the very best run differential in all of baseball at +115 and now keeping an 11-game guide.
June 3: The largest branch lead in all of baseball is owned by the Twins, that are 11.5 games up on both the Indians and White Sox. This race is over, barring a monumental collapse by Minnesota, which has the best run differential in all of baseball.
May 22: The Twins have leapfrogged that the Indians after winning seven of their last 10.
May 6: Here come the Twins! Minnesota has the best record after winning seven of its last 10 games in the AL Central.
March 13: Cleveland’s short chances have gotten shorter, moving from -190 to -420. After the Indians depleted their roster in the offseason to trim their payroll it is a surprising development.

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