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Justin Verlander threw a no-hitter against the Brewers during Interleague Play. (Gregory Smith/AP)
Stars shined bright
in Interleague Play

The American League once again had the edge, though the National League fared better this year. Justin Verlander tossed a no-hitter, the big batters included Ichiro, Magglio Ordonez and A-Rod, and a number of World Series "rematches" highlighted this season's Interleague clashes.  Full story >
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 American LeagueW-LBAHRRUNSERA
 Baltimore Orioles6-12.27010734.91
 Boston Red Sox12-6.26923853.88
 Chicago White Sox4-14.24117725.05
 Cleveland Indians9-9.26018833.87
 Detroit Tigers14-4.314181283.80
 Kansas City Royals10-8.290111144.90
 L.A. Angeles of Anaheim14-4.330101183.72
 Minnesota Twins11-7.26915993.85
 New York Yankees10-8.29421983.92
 Oakland Athletics10-8.26523874.13
 Seattle Mariners9-9.27515704.14
 Tampa Bay Devil Rays7-11.27728976.37
 Texas Rangers11-7.295301194.72
 Toronto Blue Jays10-8.272281044.02
 National League W-LBAHRRUNSERA
 Arizona Diamondbacks8-7.24520714.84
 Atlanta Braves4-11.26512485.08
 Chicago Cubs8-4.28411573.75
 Cincinnati Reds7-11.24932894.98
 Colorado Rockies10-8.27324973.94
 Florida Marlins9-9.28421904.87
 Houston Astros9-9.29616985.64
 Los Angeles Dodgers5-10.26310515.40
 Milwaukee Brewers8-7.28024824.61
 New York Mets8-7.27818744.95
 Philadelphia Phillies8-7.26024756.46
 Pittsburgh Pirates5-10.2507545.24
 St. Louis Cardinals6-9.30019917.59
 San Diego Padres6-9.26813723.53
 San Francisco Giants5-10.2338465.13
 Washington Nationals9-9.25812754.69
Interleague overview
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