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American League

East Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
*New York10358.64052-2851-30
Tampa Bay55106.3424830-5125-55
2002 Managers: NY–Joe Torre (7th season); Bos–Grady Little (1st); Tor–Buck Martinez (2nd, 20-33) was fired on June 3 and replaced by 3rd base coach Carlos Tosca (58-51); Bal–Mike Hargrove (3rd); TB–Hal McRae (2nd).
2001 Standings: 1. New York (95-65); 2. Boston (82-79); 3. Toronto (80-82); 4. Baltimore (63-98); 5. Tampa Bay (62-100).

Central Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
Kansas City62100.383321/237-4425-56
2002 Managers: Min–Ron Gardenhire (1st season); Chi–Jerry Manuel (5th); Cle–Charlie Manuel (3rd, 39-47) was fired on July 11 and replaced by 3rd base coach Joel Skinner (35-41); KC–Tony Muser (6th, 8-15) was fired on April 30 and replaced on an interim basis by bullpen coach John Mizerock (5-8) and then Tony Pena (49-77) on May 15; Det–Phil Garner (3rd, 0-6) was fired on April 8 and replaced by bench coach Luis Pujols (55-100).
2001 Standings: 1. Cleveland (91-71); 2. Minnesota (85-77); 3. Chicago (83-79); 4. Detroit (66-96); 5. Kansas City (65-97).

West Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
2002 Managers: Oak–Art Howe (7th season); Ana–Mike Scioscia (3rd); Sea–Lou Piniella (10th); Tex–Jerry Narron (2nd).
2001 Standings: 1. Seattle (116-46); 2. Oakland (102-60); 3. Anaheim (75-87); 4. Texas (73-89).

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