Thursday, August 26, 2010

Organizational Playoff Picture

Here is an updated look at the playoff picture for the organization.

Durham Bulls: The Bulls have clinched their third consecutive division title. They will host games three through five at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

Montgomery Biscuits: The Biscuits are tied for fourth in the division, seven games back with 11 games remaining. With Jacksonville winning the first half and currently leading the second half, the Biscuits are second in the wildcard race, 3 1/2 games behind Mobile. The Biscuits elimination number is 5.

Charlotte Stone Crabs: The Stone Crabs have clinched playoff berth by winning the first half of the season. The Stone Crabs will host game two and three (if necessary) at Charlotte Sports Park.

Bowling Green Hot Rods: Eliminated.

Hudson Valley Renegades: The Renegades remain in second place in the division, 10 game back with 11 games remaining. Their elimination number has been reduced to four games.

Princeton Rays: The P-Rays have dropped to fourth in the division, 7 games back from first place and 3 1/2 games back from the second playoff spot. There are games 7 remaining and their elimination number is 4.

GCL Rays: The G-Rays won the division. They will begin the GCL playoffs on Monday August 30 with an opponent to be determined, possibly the GCL Phillies.


  1. Bowling Green has not been eliminated yet but they soon will be. I think their number is somewhere around 4 now. Midwest playoff procedures see link.

  2. MiLB standings are showing Bowling Green as being eliminated. They join Dayton and Burlington as the three teams eliminated from the playoff race.

  3. footnote on milb standings as follows.

    *Elimination numbers do not calculate any league-specific tie-breaking scenarios. Please refer to the league's playoff procedures found here for more details.

    The Hot Rods are 7 games behind West Michigan for the fourth and final playoff spot with 11 games to go. It is just a matter of a few days before they will be eliminated but mathematically they are still alive.