February 12, 2007

Is The NL Overpowering The AL?

Buster Olney writes about how the NL might be more powerful than the AL with this past off season spending:

American League teams have been significantly outspent by their NL counterparts this offseason. If you take into account all contract agreements of $3 million or more concluded this offseason -- call them big-money deals, for the sake of argument -- the AL has been outspent by 58 percent: National League teams have doled out a total of $971,000,000 with 47 big-money contracts, while the AL teams have spent $613,095,000 on 38 deals.

Thanks to Hotfoot for the link.

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