The hunt to play baseball in October is heating up.
Have some MLB Split races can go down the line, and each wild card’s position is still waiting to be taken.
This is where the playoff race in both leagues runs until Tuesday night.
The New York Mets (95-55) and Atlanta Braves (93-55) is in slugfest for the NL East, with New York ahead of Atlanta. The Mets clinched a playoff berth – but not a split – with their win on Monday night. The Braves secured a playoff spot with their win on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Philadelphia Phillies (80-67) is the number 4 NL wildcard.
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The St. Louis Cardinals (87-62) have been one of the hottest teams since the All-Star and have since made their way to the top of NL Central. On the other hand, Milwaukee Brewers (78-70) are the first 8.5 games in the division and 2.5 games in the wild card.
STANDARD NL WILD-CARD
Representative card number 1: St. Louis Cardinals
Representative card number 2: Atlanta Braves
Representative card number 3: San Diego Padres
Representative card number 4: Philadelphia Phillies
The New York Yankees (89-58) remained top of the AL East despite their side-game late in the game, holding a 5.5-game lead on Toronto Blue Jays (84-64). Meanwhile, Tampa Bay Rays (82-66) 5.5 games more than Baltimore Orioles (76-71).
In a part that changed all summer, Cleveland Defenders (81-67) was the previous five games Chicago White Sox (76-72). The Minnesota Twins (73-75), who were top of the table throughout the first half, are now past the first eight.
STANDARD AL WILD-CARD
Representative card number 1: Cleveland Defenders
Representative card number 2: Toronto Blue Jays
Representative card number 3: Tampa Bay Rays
Representative card number 4: Seattle Mariners