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Locked On MLB previews American League Central

Leading up to Opening Day, Locked On MLB is previewing each division in the league.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from March 16, 2021.

Opening Day is just a week away.

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And in order to prepare for the upcoming 2021 MLB season, the Locked On MLB podcast is previewing every division in the league.

Up next is the American League Central, which figures to possess no shortage of intrigue in the months ahead. The Minnesota Twins return as the division's two-time defending champions, but are joined by a pair of 2020 Wild Card teams in the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians.

You can listen to Locked On MLB's preview of the division in the player below.

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