This division has been turned on its head this year, and while the base players are the same, the standings are much different.
Chicago White Sox
42-37, first place
Chicago has been a pleasant surprise this year at the top of the AL Central, and their team this year has been a balanced attack. They already made a nice move, picking up Kevin Youkilis from the Red Sox to play third base, which has been a massive hole on offense for them this season. They've struggled up the middle with Gordon Beckham and Alexei Ramirez, but the only one I can see them punting on is the second baseman Beckham, who has struggled for the past couple of seasons. Chicago has a weak bench after the trade of Brent Lillibridge in the Youkilis deal and the release of Kosuke Fukudome, and picking up a fourth outfielder would be a good move for them. Chicago's pitching staff has been led by the fantastic Jake Peavy/Chris Sale duo, and Jose Quintana has been a pleasant surprise. But Gavin Floyd...