Los Angeles Dodgers (92-69)
Clayton Kershaw anchored the Dodgers staff with 15 wins, 224 strikeouts and a 1.88 era.
Yasel Puig debuted for the Dodgers in May and went on to hit .327 with 18 homers and 41 runs batted in.
One of the best celebrations I have seen.
Boston Red Sox (97-65)
John Lackey had a bounce back 2013 winning 10 games, striking out 156 and had a 3.44 era.
Mike Napoli was a key force in the Sox lineup, batting .257 with 23 homers and 90 runs batted in.
Atlanta Braves (96-66)
Craig Kimbrel shut down offenses with 49 saves and a 1.27 era.
Freddie Freeman had a monster season hitting .314 with 23 homers and 105 runs batted in.
Oakland Athletics (95-66)
Bartolo Colon continues to find the fountain of youth, winning 17 games, 109 strikeouts and a 2.64 era.
Josh Donaldson had a brilliant season, hitting .306 with 24 homers and 92 runs batted in.
Detroit Tigers (93-69)
Max Scherzer was the Tigers ace and the front runner for the AL CY Young. He had 21 wins, 240 strikeouts and a 2.90 era.
Miguel Cabrera had an MVP calibur season, hitting .345 with 44 homers and 137 runs batted in.
St. Louis Cardinals (97-65)
Adam Wainwright lead the Cardinals staff with 19 wins, 219 strikeouts and a 2.94 era.
Matt Carpenter had a surprise 2013, hitting .318 with 199 hits and 78 runs batted in.