Cleveland Indians' David Murphy (7) gets showered with water after his single in the 10th inning drove in the winning run in a 2-1 win over the Chicago White Sox in a baseball game Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)
30. Texas Rangers
Tim Bogar, who took over on Friday, is 1-2 as interim manager as he auditions for 2015.
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29. Colorado Rockies
]Rockies have won 11 of their last 15 home games, including four straight, after sweeping San Diego.
28. Arizona Diamondbacks
Diamondbacks win four of only 19 against the Dodgers this season after being swept over the weekend.
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27. Minnesota Twins
Twins are 2-8 in their last 10 games after being swept in a four-game series by the Angels.
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26. Houston Astros
Astros have won four of five since Tom Lawless took over for Bo Porter.
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25. Boston Red Sox
Red Sox are the third team in the American League to be officially eliminated from the postseason.
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24. Chicago White Sox
White Sox had dropped four straight and 14 of 18.
23. Chicago Cubs
Cubs still have a chance of finishing out of the NL Central basement after going 5-5 in their last 10.
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22. Philadelphia Phillies
Sunday is not a good day for the Phillies, who have dropped 13 of their last 16 on that day.
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21. San Diego Padres
Padres have been one of the better teams since the All-Star Break but have dropped five straight.
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20. Cincinnati Reds
Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Mets marked the first time in four years they had lost a game without allowing an earned run.
19. New York Mets
Mets have won their last three series, taking two of three from Atlanta, Miami and Cincinnati.
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18. Tampa Bay Rays
With 104 home runs, the Rays are on pace for the second-lowest total in franchise history.
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17. Miami Marlins
Marlins capture season series from Atlanta for first time since 2009 to stay in contention for Wild Card spot.
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16. Toronto Blue Jays
Blue Jays go 4-2 on road trip after taking two of three in Boston to remain in Wild Card contention.
15. New York Yankees
Yankees have gone a disappointing 3-3 two-thirds of the way into a nine-game homestand.
14. Cleveland Indians
Indians' second-half ERA is 2.82, which is third best in the majors.
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13. Pittsburgh Pirates
Sweep of the Cubs allows the Pirates to move a half game in front for the second Wild Card.
12. Milwaukee Brewers
Brewers have lost 11 of 12 to fall out of the playoff picture for the first time since the opening week of the season.
11. Atlanta Braves
Braves have lost eight of their last 14 to fall out of the second Wild Card spot.
10. Seattle Mariners
Mariners win five of seven on their road trip to take the lead for the second Wild Card.
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9. Detroit Tigers
Tigers will host Royals and Indians this week in a key homestand for their postseason chances.
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8. San Francisco Giants
Giants take two of three in Detroit as they stay within striking distance of the Dodgers.
7. St. Louis Cardinals
Cardinals have won six of seven to take control of the NL Central.
6. Kansas City Royals
Royals have a two game lead over Detroit in the Central heading into a key series this week.
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5. Oakland Athletics
The Athletics have lost 11 games in the standings in the past 28 days and trail the Angels by seven.
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4. Los Angeles Dodgers
Dodgers have most wins in the National League after sweeping Arizona over the weekend.
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3. Washington Nationals
Nationals have a magic number of 14 to claim their second NL East title in three years.
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2. Baltimore Orioles
Orioles drop two of three to Tampa Bay but have a magic number of 12 to clinch the AL East.
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1. Los Angeles Angels
Angels have swept five four-game series this season which is a franchise record.