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How can you find the current American League standings on ESPN?

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To find current American League standings as of 2015, navigate to the ESPN home page at ESPN.Go.com, and hover the mouse over the MLB button underneath the scoreboard at the top of the page; this brings up a menu with links to various team pages and other options. Click Standings to bring up a new page with the current standings, and then click the League button to view separate lists of standings for both the American and National Leagues.

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Click the Division button to sort the standings by the three divisions in each league, with the American League divisions at the top and the National League divisions at the bottom. The Overall button combines the two leagues together so that the team with the best record in all of the Major Leagues is at the top.

ESPN also allows you to filter the standings by year, with the option to go as far back as 2002. Finally, the website offers an option to filter the standings by the regular season and spring training, but it does not offer an option to view post-season results on this page. Standings from spring training are automatically sorted into the Cactus League and Grapefruit League.

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