With the playoffs approaching, we've got everything broken down and spelled out for you here at SI.com: The division races, the Wild Card standings and the matchups if the playoffs ended today.

By SI.com Staff
September 03, 2018

With under a month remaining in the 2018 MLB regular season, this year's race promises to be one of the most chaotic in recent memory. Eight National League teams are in legitimate contention for five playoff spots, while the New York Yankees could win 100 games this season and still be relegated to the Wild Card Game. We've got everything broken down and spelled out for you here at SI.com: The division races, the Wild Card standings and the matchups if the playoffs ended today.

If the Season Ended Today...

— The Yankees would host the A's in the AL Wild Card game.

— The Red Sox would host the winner of the AL Wild Card game.

— The Astros will host the Indians in the ALDS.

— The Cubs or Brewers would host the Dodgers or Rockies in the NL Wild Card game.

— The Cubs or Brewers would host the winner of the NL Wild Card game.

— The Braves would host the Rockies or Dodgers in the NLDS.

Standings

AL East

1. The Red Sox (107–54) clinched the American League East title and home-field advantage through the World Series.

AL Central

1. The Indians (90–71) clinched the American League Central title.

AL West

1. The Astros (103–58) clinched the American League West.

AL Wild Card

1. The Yankees (100–61) have clinched the first wild-card spot.

2. The A's (97–64) have clinched the second wild-card position.

NL East

1. The Braves (90–71) clinched the National League East title.

NL Central

T1. The Cubs (94–67) are tied for the lead in the National League Central and have clinched a playoff spot.

T1. The Brewers (94–67) are tied for the lead in the National League Central and have clinched a playoff spot.

NL West

1. The Rockies (90–71) are tied for the lead in the National League West and have clinched a playoff spot.

2. The Dodgers (90–71) are tied for the lead in the National League West and have clinched a playoff spot.

NL Wild Card

T1. The Brewers (94–67) hold a four-game lead on the Rockies and Dodgers for the first wild-card spot.

T1. The Cubs (94–67) hold a four-game lead on the Rockies and Dodgers for the first wild-card spot.

T2. The Dodgers (90–71) currently sit in the second wild-card position with the Rockies.

T2. The Rockies (90–71) currently sit in the second wild-card position with the Dodgers.

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