MLB standings 2020: Up to date playoff bracket, magic numbers as of Sept. 10

Sixteen of baseball’s 30 franchises will qualify for the 2020 postseason, which implies each crew inside sniffing distance of the .500 mark can have at the very least a puncher’s probability of reaching October as we head into the ultimate few weeks of September.

It’s a convoluted setup. If you’d like the total setup, that is your completely satisfied place. Right here, we’re going to replace the playoff seeds each day, so right here’s the very primary seeding construction. 

The primary three seeds (1-Three) in every league will go to division winners, ordered by file. The second trio of seeds (Four-6) goes to the second-place finishers in every division, ordered by file. The ultimate two seeds (7-Eight) go to the 2 wild-card groups.

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MLB standings 2020

American League playoff bracket

Standings up to date after video games on Sept. 10

A’s (W1), 27-15, .643Rays (E1), 28-16, .636White Sox (C1), 27-16, .628Twins (C2), 27-18, .600 Blue Jays (E2), 24-19, .558Astros (W2), 22-23, .489Indians (WC2), 26-18, .591Yankees (WC2), 22-21, .512

American League wild-card standings

WC1: Indians, 26-18, .591WC2: Yankees, 22-21, .512

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Orioles, 20-22, .476, 1.5 video games again of second WCTigers, 20-23, .465, 2.zero againMariners, 19-24, .442, Three.zero againAngels, 18-27, .400, 5 againRoyals, 17-28, .378, 6 againPink Sox, 16-29, .356, 7 againRangers, 15-28, .349, 7 again

Nationwide League playoff bracket

Standings up to date after video games on Sept. 10

Dodgers (W1), 32-13, .711Braves (E1), 26-18, .591Cubs (C1), 26-19, .578Padres (W2), 29-17, .630Phillies (E2), 21-19, .525Cardinals (C2), 19-18, .514Marlins (WC1), 20-19, .513Giants (WC2), 23-22, .511

Nationwide League wild-card standings

WC1: Marlins, 20-19, .513WC2: Giants, 23-22, .511

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Rockies, 20-23, .465, 2 video games again of second WCBrewers, 19-22, .463, 2 againMets, 20-24, .455, Three againReds, 19-25, .442, Three.5 againNationals, 16-26, .390, 5.5 againDiamondbacks, 16-29, .356, 7 againPirates, 14-27, .341, 7 again

MLB magic numbers for 2020

What’s a magic quantity? It’s the mix of video games a crew must win and/or its closest competitor must lose to clinch a playoff spot. The smaller the quantity, the higher. Due to the sophisticated nature of the 2020 playoff area, there are separate magic numbers to clinch a division and to clinch a wild-card spot. Data comes from @MLBMagNum on Twitter. 

Up to date by way of video games of Sept. 10

AL East
Rays, 14 for division, 11 for wild-card
Blue Jays, 21/15
Yankees, 23/17
Orioles, 25/20
Pink Sox, 29/25

AL Central
White Sox, 16/12
Twins, 18/12
Indians, 19/13
Tigers, 25/20
Royals, 28/23

AL West
A’s, 11/10
Astros, 24/15
Mariners, 27/19
Angels, 28/20
Rangers, 31/23

NL East
Braves, 16 for division, 13 for wild card
Phillies, 22/18
Marlins, 23/19
Mets, 23/19
Nationals, 27/23

NL Central
Cubs, 17/13
Cardinals, 23/20
Brewers, 24/20
Reds, 24/20
Pirates, 29/25

NL West
Dodgers, 12/7
Padres, 19/10
Giants, 25/16
Rockies, 28/19
Diamondbacks, x/23

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