MLB: Which Teams Will Finish in the Cellar This Season?

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AL West: Houston Astros

This isn’t exactly a shocker. Even though the Astros have moved from the National League Central to the American League West, the team itself hasn’t gotten any better.

Apr 13, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; Houston Astros right fielder J.D. Martinez (14) is unable to catch a fly ball hit by Los Angeles Angels third baseman Luis Jimenez (not pictured) during the fifth inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

If anything, they may have moved to a harder division. As of right now, St. Louis is the only team in the National League Central to even have a winning record. In the American League West, however, the Rangers and the Athletics are having great seasons thus far.

What is shocking, however, is that the Astros aren’t currently at the bottom of their division–the Angels are. I wouldn’t expect that to last for long, though, as the Astros just don’t have the talent that other teams in the league have.

Of course, you can’t really expect Houston to win when their entire salary combined is less than a single player on the New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez.