With so many seeds and division winners undecided, we put together a handy-dandy MLB Playoff Scenario guide for 2012. We will keep it updated as the games finish up.
By this point in the 2010 MLB season, we are all aware that “Pitching Wins Championships,” “Experienced Teams have the
There are less than 20 games remaining in the 2010 MLB season, which means that the number of teams mathematically eliminated from postseason contention is piling up faster than double cheeseburger wrappers during a Kirstie Alley binge. Ok, so that might have been a cheap shot, but regardless, more than half the teams, as of tonight, no longer even have a sliver of a chance of tasting October.
Let me quickly update you on how the 2010 playoff races for both the NL and AL are progressing. Compare my predictions to how things would turn out if the season ended today.
With less than 40 games remaining in the MLB regular season, the playoff races are heating up and nowhere is this more evident than in the National League. In contrast to the American League Playoff Race, which now boasts two runaway divisions thanks to the meltdown of the White Sox, the National League still has two division races that are within 3 games.