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AL Central at the Mid-Season Point

If you're looking for a one-stop shop on where each of the Tigers' division rivals stands at the season's mid-point, Royals on Radio etc. asked four AL Central bloggers (including myself) for their thoughts on the current state of their respective teams, how their farm systems look, and the chances for success in the second half.

Unfortunately, Ray doesn't provide the same information about the Royals in the post, but I guess he presumes that if you've been following along, you already know how their season has gone. Fair enough. But I'd like to know what sorts of deals the Royals might like to make or what a Royals fan thinks his team should do. (For instance, might they be willing to trade, say, David DeJesus to another team in the division? Such as... the current first-place team?)

Please click on over and check it out, if you're interested. Thanks to Ray for asking me to participate. I know I made him wait longer than he wanted to for a Tigers viewpoint. (But Uncle Ian needed some All-Star break.)

AL Central Standings

Detroit 48 39 .551 0 Won 1
Chicago 45 43 .511 3.5 Lost 1
Minnesota 45 44 .505 4 Won 1
Kansas City 37 51 .420 11.5 Lost 3
Cleveland 36 54 .400 13.5 Won 1

(updated 7.17.2009 at 12:33 PM EDT)