There are 16 teams in the National League and 14 in the American League. Both leagues are divided into three divisions. The National League has five teams each in the East and West Divisions and six teams in the Central Division. The American League has five teams each in the East and Central Divisions and four teams in the West Division. It seems to make more sense to move one of the National League team, probably Milwaukee that was in the American League, back to the AL and even up the leagues with 15 teams in each league and five teams in each division.
I assume this is a question concerning the MLB. There are 2 "leagues" in the MLB- American League (AL) and National League (NL), making a total of 30 teams. The AL has 14 teams, and the NL has 16 teams. Each League has 3 Divisions (West, Central, and East). Each division, at the end of the regular season (162 games) will have a Division winner, which is the team out of each division with the best overall record (all games, not just divisional games). For instance, the NY Yankees are in the AL East, and could be 100-62, which the Boston Red Sox (also AL East) could be 99-62. The Yankees would win the Division. All Division winners are guaranteed the Playoffs. This only provides 3 teams, though, and 4 are needed for a complete bracket. Thus the Wild Card team, which is the team (who did not win its Division) with the next best overall record amongst all League Divisions. Thus 4 teams in the AL Playoffs (AL Division Series (ALDS)) and 4 teams in the NLDS. The four winners of both of the Division Series play in the ALCS and NLCS (Championship Series), and the winners of that play each other in the World Series. Here is what the Bracket would look like: AL Division Winner vs. AL D. Winner, AL D Winner vs. AL Wild Card ALDS winners: play each other in ALCS (same process for National League) ALCS winner vs. NLCS winner in World Series Hope this helps.
Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi, and Mississippi State are the teams in the college football sec west division.
They are in the AL west
It depends on the division, in the AL east each of the five teams plays the other four in their division 18 times, for a total of 72 games. So in the AL east they play a total of 90 games outside their division. In divisions with only four teams, they play each other 20 times for a total of 60 in the division and 102 games out. When there are six teams in a division they play a total of 15 games against each of the five other team in their division, for 75 games in and 78 out of their division.
six teams make the playoffs. The top team in the east and west division get a by to the west or east final.
32 total teams in 8 divisions. NFC north south east and west AFC north south east and west
Yes, but not every year. In general, divisional teams play each other twice per season (home and away), and depending on the season play one game with teams from a different, specified division. In this manner, AFC West teams will play AFC East teams if that is the specified division that season.
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.
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)
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.
As of 2012, the American League (AL) West consists of the Los Angeles Angels, Oakland Athletics, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers. The Houston Astros, formerly of the National League (NL) West will join the AL West effective 2013.
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.
According the website USBasket.com, there are 325 teams in Division I, 265 teams in Division II, 325 teams in Division III and 259 teams in NAIA.
There is one wild card per league (1 for the NL and 1 for the AL) these are the teams with the best record that did not win either the west, central, or east. For Example, if the Angels win the AL West, the White Sox win the AL Central, and the Red Sox win the AL East, the Indians will receive Wild Card who are leading the AL without being in first place. This means that 4 teams make it from the AL and 4 teams make it from the NL.
7 Teams in Division 1 A, 3 Teams in Division 1 AA, = 10 teams are in California in Division 1 A and AA.
Los Angeles Angels Of AnaheimSept.10.2008AL West Division Champions
there are 120 teams in Division 1-A and 124 teams in Division 1-AA
As little as 4 (AL West) and as many as 6 (NL Central).
The teams in the NFC East division are the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins. The St. Louis Rams should be instead of Dallas since they are farther East but they are in the West division due to rivalry issues.
After the divisional champs have clinched their spots in the post season( AL east, central, west and NL east, central, west) the 4th and 5th place teams in AL and NL face off in a one game playoff for the wildcard spot.
In baseball the AL and NL each have 3 divisions (East, Central, West) -- those division winners all qualify for the playoffs, then you take all the other teams in the league, whichever team has the best record is the wildcard -- the AL and NL each have 4 teams make the playoffs (3 division winners and the wildcard) -- The wildcard CANNOT play the winner of their division in the 1st round (LDS) -- in the event that 2 or more teams qualify for the wildcard, they will play a 1 game playoff game against each other, the winner of that game will be the wildcard --- the wildcard is the #4 seed regardless of their win-loss record and will play the #1 seed (unless that happens to be a team from their division, in which case they would play the #2 seed in the Division Series) A "wildcard race" references the end of the regular season when teams that do not win their division are going for that #4 seed (the wildcard team) Beginning in the 2012 season, there will always be a one-game playoff, regardless of the records of the competing teams.
Before the 2013 season, the Houston Astros relocated from the National League Central Division to the American League West Division. As a result, there are now 15 teams in the National League and 15 in the American League.
As of the 2008 season, there are 119 Division 1-A football teams and 119 Division 1-AA football teams.