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AL Central Division
From BR Bullpen
The American League Central Division, often abbreviated AL Central, comprises 5 teams playing in the American League geographically located in the midwestern United States. It was created in 1994, one year after the expansion of 1993, when both leagues moved from two to three divisions.
The American League Central Division has contained the following teams:
1998-present: Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals, and Minnesota Twins.
 Division Champions
- The 1994 postseason was cancelled because of the 1994 strike.
- The Chicago White Sox won a one-game playoff with the Minnesota Twins for the Division title.
- The Minnesota Twins won a one-game playoff with the Detroit Tigers for the Division title.
 Wild Cards
The American League Wild Card team has come from the Central Division only 1 time since 1995: