There are 6 Divisions, National League has 16, while the American League has 14. Here are the Divisions: -NL East(5 Teams) -NL Central(6 Teams) -NL West(5 Teams) -AL East(5 Teams) -AL Central(5 Teams) -AL West(4 Teams)
california--- AL- Angels, Athletics. NL-Dodgers Giants Padres
No. But yes in the World Series, but only in games played in AL parks.
there not teams and YES they are in every mlb baseball game
The last time that two teams from the AL Central both made the playoffs was 2006, where the Minnesota Twins won the division and the Detroit Tigers took the Wild Card.
there are 30 teams
In 2003 baseball had not gone through division realignment and the expansion Washington Nationals and Florida Marlins hadn't joined the majors. Therefore there were 30 MLB teams, 14 in the AL and 16 in the NL.
As little as 4 (AL West) and as many as 6 (NL Central).
If you are asking for NFL, then it is 32 teams. In NHL, there are 30 teams(6 of them in Canada, 24 in USA). In MLB, there are 30 teams (14 in AL, 16 in NL). In NBA, there are 30 teams.
If the AL west and NL central both had five teams, that would make an odd number of teams in each league. Therefore, one team would not be able to play a game because there would not be another team in the league to play.
There are 30 Major League Baseball teams. 16 in the National League and 14 in the American League. To be even more specific, there are 4 teams in the AL West, 5 teams in the AL Central, and 5 teams in the AL East. There are 5 teams in the NL West, 6 teams in the NL Central, and 5 teams in the NL East.Starting with the 2013 MLB season, the Houston Astros will become an American League team, joining the Angels, Mariners, Rangers, and Athletics in the AL West, evening out the number of teams in each division and league to 5 and 15, respectively.There are 30 teams in the MLB. AL West: Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Angels, Oakland Athletics; AL Central: Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Royals, Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox; AL East: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays, Toronto Blue Jays. NL West: Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres; NL Central: St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros, Pittsburgh Pirates, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds; NL East: New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins, Washington Nationals.