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#1 Posted on 30.8.12 0057.43
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MLB Playoff Standings with 5 weeks left

E- Eliminated from Divisional title

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

AL
1. Texas 77-53 (West leaders)
2. NY Y 75-55 (East leaders)
3. Chicago WS 72-57 (Central leaders)

4. Oakland 72-57 (WC #1)
5. Baltimore 71-58 (WC #2)

6. Tampa Bay 71-59 -0.5 (-4.0 from NY Y)
7. Detroit 69-60 -2.0 (-3.0 from Chicago WS)
8. LA A 68-62 -3.5 (-9.0 from Texas)
9. Seattle 63-68 -9.0 (-14.5 from Texas)

10 Boston 62-69 -10.0
11 KC 58-71 -13.0
12 Toronto 58-71 -13.0
13 Cleveland 55-75 -16.5
14 Minnesota 53-77 -18.5

Wildcard
#5 Baltimore @ #4 Oakland

Division
#3 Chicago WS @ #2 NY Y
WC Winner @ #1 Texas

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1. Cincinnati 80-52 (Central leaders)
2. Washington 78-51 (East leaders)
3. San Francisco 73-57 (West leaders)

4. Atlanta 74-57 (WC #1)
5. St. Louis 71-59 (WC #2)

6. Pittsburgh 70-60 -1.0 (-9.0 from Cincinnati)
7. LA D 70-61 -1.5 (-3.5 from San Francisco)
8. Arizona 64-67 -7.5 (-9.5 from San Francisco)
9. Milwaukee 62-67 -8.5 (-16.5 from Cincinati)
10 NY M 61-69 -10.0 (-17.5 from Washington)

10 Philadelphia 61-69 -10.0 (-17.5 from Washington)
12 San Diego 61-71 -11.0
13 Miami 59-72 -12.5
14 Colorado 53-76 -17.5
15 Chicago C 49-80 -21.5
16 E-Houston 40-90 -31.0

Wildcard
#5 St. Louis @ #4 Atlanta

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

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#2 Posted on 30.8.12 0337.38
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After the moves the Dodgers made, it'll be nice to have people (possibly) talking about baseball in October rather than waiting anxiously for basketball season.
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#3 Posted on 4.9.12 0754.13
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It hadn't really been in question for quite some time, but with their win over the Cubs yesterday afternoon, my Nationals won their 82nd game, assuring themselves of a winning record for the first year since their arrival in DC, and the first time in combined Expos/Nats history since '03.

Franchise record: 94-68 in 1993. (Missed the playoffs, though!)
Best winning percentage: Their 74-40 record with a .649 winning percentage made the '94 Expos team off to a considerably better start than the previous year. Then the strike happened.
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#4 Posted on 4.9.12 2346.49
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I'm we would normally be fixated on the Yankees putting up a choke job on the level of last year's Red Sox team right about now, but...the Orioles! The ORIOLES!

Holy crap, the Orioles!

Grimis would be proud if he was still alive. [/Simmons]
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#5 Posted on 5.9.12 1507.35
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    Originally posted by It's False
    I'm we would normally be fixated on the Yankees putting up a choke job on the level of last year's Red Sox team right about now, but...the Orioles! The ORIOLES!

    Holy crap, the Orioles!

    Grimis would be proud if he was still alive. [/Simmons]


...but seriously, folks, how would the Red Sox Nation of Domination (tm) react at the end of the season if the Yankees ALSO missed the playoffs? We still take equal pleasure in the failings of the Yankees, right?
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