MLB League Standings

2015 MLB Magic Numbers

American League

AL W L W% GB WCGB
KC 95 67 .586
TOR 93 69 .574 2
TEX 88 74 .543 7
NYY 87 75 .537 8
HOU 86 76 .530 9
LAA 85 77 .524 10 1
MIN 83 79 .512 12 3
CLE 81 80 .503 13.5 4.5
BAL 81 81 .500 14 5 NC
TB 80 82 .493 15 6
BOS 78 84 .481 17 8
CWS 76 86 .469 19 10
SEA 76 86 .469 19 10
DET 74 87 .459 20.5 11.5
OAK 68 94 .419 27 18

National League

NL W L W% GB WCGB
STL 100 62 .617
LAD 92 70 .567 8 5
NYM 90 72 .555 10 7
PIT 98 64 .604 2
CHC 97 65 .598 3
SF 84 78 .518 16 13
WSH 83 79 .512 17 14
ARI 79 83 .487 21 18
SD 74 88 .456 26 23
MIA 71 91 .438 29 26
COL 68 94 .419 32 29
MIL 68 94 .419 32 29
ATL 67 95 .413 33 30
CIN 64 98 .395 36 33
PHI 63 99 .388 37 34

Two-way tie for the division or wildcard

  1. A one game tie-breaker is played between the two teams, winner take all.

Two-way tie between division winners

  1. The team with the best record in head to head play.
  2. The team with the best overall record in intra-division games.
  3. The team with the best record in the final 81 games of the season, ignoring inter-league play.
  4. The team with the best record in the final 82 games of the season, extending backward until the tie is broken.

Three-way tie for the division or wildcard

  1. The team with the best intra-division record is determined as Team C. If intra-division records are tied, refer to above tie-breakers to determine team C.
  2. The other two teams, A and B, play one game.
  3. The winner of this game plays team C in one game.
  4. The winner of this second game is the winner of the tie-breaker.

Tiebreaking prodecures from MLB.com

Updated: October 4, 2015 11:56pm ET