A.L. EAST: Yankees [Clinched playoff spot]: 97-59 with 6 left [3 vs. MIN/3 vs. TOR] Red Sox [Clinched playoff spot]: 94-62 with 6 left, 3 behind [2 vs. TB/4 vs. BAL] -Edge goes to the Sox for quality of opponents. The Jays may prove to be spoilers for the Yankees, but I think this will go down to the Twins series...if they can take 2 of 3, the Sox win the division.
A.L. CENTRAL: Twins [Clinched division]: 90-66 with 6 left
A.L. WEST: Athletics: 89-67 with 6 left [3 vs. SEA/3 vs. ANA] Angels: 88-68 with 6 left, 1 behind [3 vs. TEX/3 vs. OAK] Rangers: 86-70 with 6 left, 3 behind [3 vs. ANA/3 vs. SEA] -The Angels will decide who wins the division. I say that they win it.
A.L. WILDCARD: Red Sox [Clinched at least wildcard]: 94-62 with 6 left
N.L. EAST: Braves [Clinched division]: 92-64 with 6 left
N.L. CENTRAL: Cardinals [Clinched division]: 103-53 with 6 left
N.L. WEST: Dodgers: 90-66 with 6 left [3 vs. COL/3 vs. SF] Giants: 87-69 with 6 left, 3 behind [3 vs. SD/3 vs. SF] Padres: 85-71 with 6 left, 5 behind [3 vs. SF/3 vs. ARZ] -Dodgers win as long as they don't get swept by Rockies.
N.L. WILDCARD: Cubs: 88-68 with 6 left [3 vs CIN/3 vs. ATL] Giants: 87-69 with 6 left, 1 behind [3 vs. SD/3 vs. SF] Astros: 87-70 with 5 left, 1.5 behind [2 vs. STL/3 vs. COL] Padres: 85-71 with 6 left, 3 behind [3 vs. SF/3 vs. ARZ] -Cubs/Braves series could kill their chances. If they are still on top going in, they win it. Otherwise, the Giants do.
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The last few seasons you've had around 20 teams that could in some manner consider themselves 'in the hunt' when July started, which is one of the reasons why the trade market has been stagnant near the deadline recently.