This should be interesting, because I have a few teams I care and follow a little, then a group I don't really care about, and then the rest
1. Blue Jays - OBV
2. Nationals - Former Expos still have a place in my heart to follow
3. A's - Been a fan since the late 80's for no real reason other than they were fun to watch
4. Through 8. - Braves, Indians, Twins, Marlins, Tigers - Some rate of following, but not a diehard by any means. Braves because of their success in the 90's when I was growing up. Indians & Tigers due to proximity to Southern Ontario. Twins because they always seemed to be where the Canadian kids would end up. And the Marlins because they always seemed to pull something out of a hat and make it work...Though if you include Loria, this one becomes tougher.
9. Through 22. - Rays, White Sox, Royals, Astros, Angels, Mets, Cubs, Reds, Brewers, Pirates, Cardinals, Dodgers, Rockies, Mariners - Really don't care about any of the clubs in particular. I enjoy specific players, and I will look them up throughout the year, but overall, I just can't get excited one way or the other.
23. Through 30. - Orioles, Yankees, Red Sox, Rangers, Phillies, Diamondbacks, Padres, Giants
The last group should be somewhat self explanatory. 3 from the AL East who are just overly irritating all the time. If I had to pick one of the 3 to move up, it would be the Red Sox, just because they have grown a solid system. But even then I would have to poke my eyes out.
Rangers are self explanatory from the last two seasons as a Jays fan.
Phillies I have just never gotten behind at all. I tried when Doc was there, but even that was painful other than the days he pitched
And apparently I don't really like the NL West. The Diamondbacks are just pathetic to follow. The Padres can't seem to figure it out and the Giants just don't do it for me. If I had to move one up, it would be the Giants, but I can't do it.
That's where I see it.