MLB Division Standings

2017 MLB Magic Numbers

AL East

AL East GR W L W% GB
BOS 0 93 69 .574
NYY 0 91 71 .561 2
TB 0 80 82 .493 13
TOR 0 76 86 .469 17
BAL 0 75 87 .463 18

AL Central

AL Central GR W L W% GB
CLE 0 102 60 .629
MIN 0 85 77 .524 17
KC 0 80 82 .493 22
CWS 0 67 95 .413 35
DET 0 64 98 .395 38

AL West

AL West GR W L W% GB
HOU 0 101 61 .623
LAA 0 80 82 .493 21
SEA 0 78 84 .481 23
TEX 0 78 84 .481 23
OAK 0 75 87 .463 26

NL East

NL East GR W L W% GB
WSH 0 97 65 .598
MIA 0 77 85 .475 20
ATL 0 72 90 .444 25
NYM 0 70 92 .432 27
PHI 0 66 96 .407 31

NL Central

NL Central GR W L W% GB
CHC 0 92 70 .567
MIL 0 86 76 .530 6
STL 0 83 79 .512 9
PIT 0 75 87 .463 17
CIN 0 68 94 .419 24

NL West

NL West GR W L W% GB
LAD 0 104 58 .642
ARI 0 93 69 .574 11
COL 0 87 75 .537 17
SD 0 71 91 .438 33
SF 0 64 98 .395 40

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: November 20, 2017 10:01pm ET