Cubs (NL Central) - 11 (Cubs and Brewers both rained out)
Dodgers (NL West) - 13 (Dodgers win and Diamondbacks do as well)
Mets (NL East) - 14 (Mets and Phillies rained out)
Rays (AL East) - 16 (Rays rained out and Red Sox win)
White Sox (AL Central) - 16 (White Sox and Twins rained out)
Wild card leaders
Red Sox - 11 (Red Sox win and Twins rained out)
Brewers - 13 (Brewers, Phillies, and Astros all rained out)
Going, going ...
Texas will be eliminated tomorrow if the Red Sox sweep their doubleheader against Toronto or the Rangers lose to Oakland and Boston and Toronto split.
There's No Place Like Home
The Angels will clinch home field advantage throughout the postseason with a combination of wins and losses by Tampa Bay that add up to 16. Tampa Bay would get home field against the Angels in case they finish with the same record.
The Race to #30
San Diego 57-91 1/2 GB
Seattle 57-89 1 1/2 GB
Pittsburgh 61-86 5 GB
Remaining games left:
Washington - 2 at Florida, 4 vs New York, 3 vs San Diego, 3 vs Florida, 3 at Philadelphia
San Diego - 2 vs San Francisco, 3 at Colorado, 3 at Washington, 3 at Los Angeles, 3 vs Pittsburgh
Seattle - 2 at Los Angeles (Anaheim), 4 at Kansas City, 3 at Oakland, 4 vs Los Angeles, 3 vs Oakland
Pittsburgh - 2 vs St. Louis, 4 vs Los Angeles, 3 vs Houston, 3 at Milwaukee, 3 at San Diego
Saturday's Games of Note
Weather permitting, there will be a lot of them.
Atlanta (Hampton and Reyes) at New York (Santana and Niese), Milwaukee (Parra) at Philadelphia (Hamels), Toronto (Burnett and Litsch) at Boston (Byrd and Colon), Tampa Bay (Shields and Garza) at New York (Mussina and Ponson), Minnesota (Baker and Perkins) at Baltimore (Cabrera and Olson), Detroit (Rogers and Miner) at Chicago (Vazquez and Broadway), St. Louis (Wainwright) at Pittsburgh (Karstens), Los Angeles (Kershaw) at Colorado (De La Rosa), Cincinnati (Volquez) at Arizona (Johnson)