2017 MLB Wild-Card Standings

Wild-Card Race
American League
TeamWLPCTGB
N.Y. Yankees8568.556+5½
Minnesota8074.519-
L.A. Angels (6)7677.497
Texas (6)7677.497
Kansas City (5)7578.490
Seattle (4)7579.4875
Tampa Bay (4)7579.4875
Baltimore (2)7481.477
Toronto (1)7282.4688
Oakland (E)7083.458
Chi. White Sox (E)6291.40517½
Detroit (E)6292.40318
 
National League
TeamWLPCTGB
Arizona8965.578+6
Colorado8371.539-
St. Louis (8)8172.529
Milwaukee (7)8173.5262
Miami (E)7281.47110½
Atlanta (E)6983.45413
Pittsburgh (E)6985.44814
San Diego (E)6985.44814
N.Y. Mets (E)6687.43116½
Cincinnati (E)6688.42917
Philadelphia (E)6193.39622
San Francisco (E)6094.39023
 
(E) - A team has been eliminated from the wild-card race. Complete division standings can be found here.
y - Clinched wild-card title
z - Clinched playoff berth
() - A team's Elimination Number; first-place team's Magic Number is same as second-place team's Elimination Number


-Tiebreaker games will be played to determine Division Championships, even if the two tied Clubs are assured of participating in the Postseason. If a Division Championship tiebreaker game is necessary, the head-to-head record between the tied Clubs will determine home-field advantage. If the head-to-head record is tied, then division record will be the next tiebreaker.

-In the event of a tie for the division championship or a Wild Card spot, a one-game playoff will break the tie. If three or four clubs are tied for first place in a division at the end of the regular season, and the two non-division winners would NOT be Wild Card clubs, a playoff will be played among the teams in question.

-If two Clubs are tied for both Wild Card berths, home-field advantage will be determined by the head-to-head record between the tied Clubs. If the head-to-head record is tied, then division record will be the next tiebreaker.