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Since: 2.1.02
From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.

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MLB Playoff Standings with 3 weeks left

***Last week I screwed up who was eliminated from what. I have it all correct now***

E- Eliminated from Divisional title
W- Eliminated from Wild Card
X- Eliminated from playoffs

Games back listed are games back from the #2 wildcard team

AL
1. Texas 85-57 (West leaders)
2t Baltimore 80-62 (East leaders) (9-9 vs NY Y, 34-24 vs AL East)
2t NY Y 80-60 (East leaders) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 30-28 vs AL East)
3. Chicago WS 76-66 (Central leaders)

4. Oakland 82-60 (WC #1) (-3.0 from Texas)
5t Baltimore 80-62 (WC #2) (9-9 vs NY Y, 34-24 vs AL East)
5t NY Y 80-60 (WC #2) (9-9 vs Baltimore, 30-28 vs AL East)

6. Tampa Bay 77-65 -3.0 (-3.0 from Baltimore/NY Y)
7. LA A 77-66 -3.5 (-8.5 from Texas)
8. Detroit 75-67 -5.0 (-1.0 from Chicago WS)
9. Seattle 69-74 -11.5 (-16.5 from Texas)

10 KC 65-77 -15.0
11 Toronto 64-77 -15.5
12 Boston 64-79 -16.5
13t W-Cleveland 59-84 -21.5
13t W-Minnesota 59-84 -21.5

One game playoff
#2t NY Y @ #2t Baltimore

Wildcard
Playoff loser @ #4 Oakland

Division
#3 Chicago WS @ #2 Playoff winner
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

NL
1. Washington 89-54 (East leaders)
2. Cincinnati 87-57 (Central leaders)
3. San Francisco 81-62 (West leaders)

4. Atlanta 81-63 (WC #1) (-8.5 from Washington)
5. St. Louis 75-68 (WC #2) (-11.5 from Cincinnati)

6. LA D 74-69 -1.0 (-7.0 from San Francisco)
7. Pittsburgh 72-70 -2.5 (-14.0 from Cincinnati)
8t Milwaukee 72-71 -3.0 (-14.5 from Cincinati)
8t Philadelphia 72-71 -3.0 (-17.0 from Washington)
10 Arizona 71-72 -4.0 (-10.0 from San Francisco)

11 San Diego 69-75 -6.5
12 E-NY M 65-78 -10.0
13 E-Miami 63-81 -12.5
14 E-Colorado 57-85 -17.5
15 E-Chicago C 56-87 -19.0
16 X-Houston 45-98 -30.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

Division
#3 San Francisco @ #2 Cincinnati
WC winner @ #1 Washington

(edited by Zeruel on 13.9.12 1350)


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Atlanta has volunteered to win that first NL Wild Card spot. No one wants anything to do with that second one.

FEAR THE BRAVES

Except maybe the Phillies all of a sudden.
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Since: 4.1.02
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It's going to be a real bummer if the Pirates end up with another losing record.



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How is it that the Phils jettisoned half their lineup and are STILL in it?




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    Originally posted by It's False
    How is it that the Phils jettisoned half their lineup and are STILL in it?

They jettisoned the parts that weren't contributing?
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
    Originally posted by It's False
    How is it that the Phils jettisoned half their lineup and are STILL in it?


Being 'in it' gets a little easier every year. I imagine that next year there will be at least one additional WC team that is determined by Bud Selig drawing a team name out of a hat.

Why even play a regular season again?
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