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The American League East Division is one of Major League Baseball's six divisions.

Current membersEdit

Division LineupsEdit

1969-1971Edit

Lineup for 1969-1971Edit

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Detroit Tigers
  • New York Yankees
  • Washington Senators

Changes from 1968Edit

  • Creation of division due to 1969 expansion

1972-1976Edit

Lineup for 1972-1976Edit

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • New York Yankees

Changes from 1971Edit

  • The Washington Senators became the Texas Rangers and moved to the AL West
  • The Milwaukee Brewers moved in from the AL West

1977-1993Edit

Lineup for 1977-1993Edit

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • New York Yankees
  • Toronto Blue Jays

Changes from 1976Edit

  • The Toronto Blue Jays were added in the 1977 expansion

1994-1997Edit

Lineup for 1994-1997Edit

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Detroit Tigers
  • New York Yankees
  • Toronto Blue Jays

Changes from 1993Edit

  • The Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers moved into the newly created AL Central division due to the 1994 MLB realignment

1998-PresentEdit

Current LineupEdit

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • New York Yankees
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays
  • Toronto Blue Jays

Changes from 1997Edit

  • The Tampa Bay Devil Rays were added in the 1998 expansion
  • The Detroit Tigers moved into the AL Central

AL East champions by yearEdit

* - Won World Series

† - The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox finished the 2005 season tied for first place with identical records. New York won the season series against Boston and was awarded the tie-breaker; Boston was awarded the wild card berth. Had a team from another division won the wild card, a one game playoff would have decided the division champion.

Wildcard winners producedEdit

* - Won World Series

See alsoEdit

ReferenceEdit

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