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East Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
New York7586.466261/238-4337-43
2002 Managers: Atl–Bobby Cox (13th season); Mon–Frank Robinson (1st); Phi–Larry Bowa (2nd); Fla–Jeff Torborg (1st); NY–Bobby Valentine (7th).
2001 Standings: 1. Atlanta (88-74); 2. Philadelphia (86-76); 3. New York (82-80); 4. Florida (76-86); 5. Montreal (68-94).

Central Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
*St. Louis9765.59952-2945-36
2002 Managers: St.L–Tony La Russa (7th season); Hou–Jimy Williams (1st); Cin–Bob Boone (2nd); Pit–Lloyd McClendon (2nd); Chi–Don Baylor (3rd, 34-49) was fired on July 5 and replaced by bench coach Rene Lachemann (0-1) and then Bruce Kimm (33-45); Mil–Dave Lopes (3rd, 3-12) was fired on April 18 and replaced by bench coach Jerry Royster (53-94).
2001 Standings: 1. Houston (93-69); 2. St. Louis (93-69); 3. Chicago (88-74); 4. Milwaukee (68-94); 5. Cincinnati (66-96); 6. Pittsburgh (62-100).

West Division

 W L Pct GB Home Road
†San Francisco9566.59021/250-3145-35
Los Angeles9270.568646-3546-35
San Diego6696.4073241-4025-56
2002 Managers: Ari–Bob Brenly (2nd season); SF–Dusty Baker (10th); LA–Jim Tracy (2nd); Col–Buddy Bell (3rd, 6-16) was fired on April 26 and replaced by hitting coach Clint Hurdle (67-73); SD–Bruce Bochy (8th).
2001 Standings: 1. Arizona (92-70); 2. San Francisco (90-72); 3. Los Angeles (86-76); 4. San Diego (79-83); 5. Colorado (73-89).

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