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Internet Sports Gambling - American League Notebook

Internet sports gambling fans will soon have spring training preparation season for the 2010 online sports gambling baseball pennant races.

Internet sports gambling will see many of the same list of teams from the American League as the online sports gambling front runners to take the pennant in October. While the defending World Series champion New York Yankees will again be the internet sports gambling favorite to win it all there are some other top online sports gambling contenders along with some new story lines that will make the 2010 sports gambling season interesting.

The Minnesota Twins will be moving back to the great outdoors for the 2010 internet sports gambling season after playing in the Metrodome since 1982.  Just eight internet sports gambling seasons ago Commissioner Bud Selig talked of contracting the Twins.

Since that time the Twins have consistently made a fool out of Selig as a regular playoff contender.  The Twins will enter the internet sports gambling season with that new ballpark and a payroll higher than the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Twins ended their run at the Metrodome with a playoff season that climaxed with an unforgettable game 163 win over the Detroit Tigers to clinch the Central Division.  Hopes are sky high in the Twin Cities.

The Seattle Mariners re-emerged last year as a contender in the American League after being an almost forgotten internet sports gambling commodity.  The Mariners did it with one of the top pitching staffs in all of internet sports gambling.

If Seattle can get improvement from their 28th ranked offensive lineup they can give the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim a run for their money for the 2010 internet sports gambling season.  Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain will compete for the Yankees number five spot in the starting rotation this spring.

Chamberlain has been an effective reliever that was 9-6 last year with a 4.75 earned run average.  Hughes was solid in 2009 with an 8-3 record and a 3.00 earned run average.  The Yankees already boast one of the best starters in the game with CC Sabathia who went 19-8 with a 3.37 earned run average last year.