2022 MLB Playoffs: Playoff Pictures, Groupings, Pre-Season Finals Standings
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Logan Riely /Getty Images College teachers don’t watch now, but the last day of the 2022 MLB regular season is here, For the 12 teams that have already secured playoff berths, the World Series parade will begin on Friday, October 7. Baseball fans across the country may or may not realize this because they may have been preoccupied with Aaron Judge’s chase surpasses Roger Maris in the all-time AL single-season home run list. The New York Yankees superstar outfielder finally scored Tuesday night at Globe Life Field. Texas Rangers pitcher Jesus Tinoco hit a 61-year-old record as his team lost 3-2 in Game 2 of the day-night doubles. “Just an all-time great season,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone told MLB. Bryan Hoch of com. “He’s been a leader on this team, and for a team that’s won a division title, he’s been hit hard on a team that’s been hit hard. I think it’s been a great season in history, When we’re long gone, we’ll talk about this season.” AL East leader or whatever There is no stake in any of the 11 championship-winning teams, and the only thing fans can really look forward to other than knowing when the playoffs will be played is when the playoffs begin Friday with all four games. The wild-card series is all about to begin, and that’s whether Judge will end his signature season with a triple crown.
To win it, he’ll have to find a way to pass AL batting average leader Luis Arraez, who won 0.315 (172-for-546), while the judge is at 0.311 (177-for-570).
The Minnesota Twins star infielder basically has to miss every pitch and the judge has to hit every pitch to accomplish this rare feat. But hey, something weird happened. If he does miraculously pull it off, it’s going to be a good thing for baseball, because since No one has won the coveted fight award since Miguel Cabrera in 2012.
Beyond that, here are the latest AL and NL playoff pics, brackets and standings.
American League Ranking
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- San Diego Padres (wild card number 2)
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The Houston Astros have the best record in the American League, so they are tied with the New York Yankees , the Toronto Blue Jays, the Tampa Bay Rays, the Cleveland Guardians and the Seattle Mariners have officially played their tickets to the playoffs. On the last day of the regular season, six teams played, but none Will have any effect on the playoff picture. The Guardians will host a wild-card match against the Rays, while the Mariners will play their first game since 2001 Make the playoffs and host the Blue Jays at Rodgers Center in their best three-game wild-card series. AL RANKING IN WEDNESDAY
- Houston Astros(AL West) New York Yankees (AL East) Cleveland Guardians (AL Central)Toronto Blue Jays (Wild Card No. 1) Seattle Mariners (Wild Card No. 2) Tampa Bay Rays
National League Ranking
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Los Angeles Dodgers in West Holland And has the best record in the league, so expectations are high for the City of Angels. Also joining the playoffs are the Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets, San Diego Padres Team and the Philadelphia Phillies, who are about to end an 11-year drought. For the NL Wild Card Series, the Mets will host the Padres while Philadelphia The Cavaliers will play their first playoff game since 2011 in St. Louis.
Updated NL rankings entering Wednesday
- Los Angeles Dodgers (NL West) Atlanta Braves (NL East) Stone. St. Louis Cardinals (Central Netherlands) New York Mets (Wild Card No. 1)
Baseball fans may want to see defending champion Warriors A rematch between the team and the Dodgers, but getting back to that state will be a tough road. Cardinals and Mets are hungry, Phillies welcome back to October against baseball It’s a great story. Friday will be an exciting start to the pennant race.