MLB Playoff Race

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  1. DCtitan49

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    the playoff race is getting underway, and so far, it might turn out no New York team will get to play in october, the Yankees and the Mets could very easily miss out on the playoffs. here is how the picture looks right now.

    American Leauge

    AL East
    1. Boston 71-47 --
    2. New York 67-51 4.0GB
    3. Toronto 59-58 11.5GB
    4. Baltimore 54-63 16.5GB
    5. Tampa Bay 45-73 26GB

    AL Central
    1. Cleveland 65-53 --
    1. Detroit 65-53 --
    3. Minnesota 58-60 7GB
    4. Chicago 54-63 10.5GB
    5. Kansas City 52-65 12.5GB

    AL West
    1. Los Angeles 69-47 --
    2. Seattle 66-50 3.0GB
    3. Oakland 57-62 13.5GB
    4. Texas 51-66 18.5GB

    National League

    NL East
    1. New York 65-52 --
    2. Philadelphia 62-55 3.0GB
    3. Atlanta 62-56 3.5GB
    4. Florida 55-63 10.5 GB
    5. Washington 54-64 11.5GB

    NL Central[/ul]
    1. Milwaukee 62-56 --
    2. Chicago 60-57 1.5GB
    3. St. Louis 55-60 5.5GB
    4. Houston 53-65 9.0GB
    5. Cincinnati 50-67 11.5GB
    6. Pittsburgh 49-67 12.0GB

    NL West
    1. Arizona 67-52 --
    2. San Diego 63-54 3.0GB
    3. Colorado 61-56 5.0GB
    4. Los Angeles 60-58 6.5GB
    5. San Francisco 50-68 16.5GB


    AL WILDCARD RACE
    1. Seattle 66 50 .569 --
    2. New York 67 51 .568 --
    3. Cleveland 65 53 .551 2.0
    4. Detroit 65 53 .551 2.0
    5. Toronto 59 58 .504 7.5
    6. Minnesota 58 60 .492 9.0
    7. Oakland 57 62 .479 10.5
    8. Baltimore 54 63 .462 12.5
    9. Chicago 54 63 .462 12.5
    10. Kansas City 52 65 .444 14.5
    11. Texas 51 66 .436 15.5
    12. Tampa Bay 45 73 .381 22.0


    NL WILDCARD RACE
    1. San Diego 63 54 .538 --
    2. Philadelphia 62 55 .530 1.0
    3. Atlanta 62 56 .525 1.5
    4. Colorado 61 56 .521 2.0
    5. Chicago 60 57 .513 3.0
    6. Los Angeles 60 58 .508 3.5
    7. St. Louis 55 60 .478 7.0
    8. Florida 55 63 .466 8.5
    9. Washington 54 64 .458 9.5
    10. Houston 53 65 .449 10.5
    11. Cincinnati 50 67 .427 13.0
    12. San Francisco 50 68 .424 13.5
    12. Pittsburg 49 67 .422 13.5
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  2. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    I don't think the Mets are going to miss. Detroit needs to go on a run.
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  3. Apple Gooncha

    Apple Gooncha Camp Fodder

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    As a Cubs fan, I'm really disapointed in their play the last 3 or so weeks. an extremely hot stretch followed by sub .500 ball. Thankfully, the Brewers decided they didn't want to win the division either, so the team that sucks less can squeek in.
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  4. DCtitan49

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    the cubs are overrated...
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  5. bulluck4dMVP

    bulluck4dMVP Pro Bowler

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    rick ankiel, comeback kid, the natural, whatever you want to call him, its an amazing story.
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  7. Carpy

    Carpy Disgruntled foreign veteran

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    They had a setback today but they're still playing well. Go Cards!!!!!
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  8. DCtitan49

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    Nationals are going to descide who wins the NL East...
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