1. Los Angeles Dodgers - Matt Kemp's rehab has been shut down, so it looks like the Dodgers will be without him for the rest of the season.
2. Boston Red Sox - The Red Sox just about locked up the division and put a huge dent in New York's playoff hopes.
3. St. Louis Cardinals - A good weekend series against Pittsburgh helped the Cardinals gain an edge in the division race.
4. Pittsburgh Pirates - After how poorly the Steelers played, the Pirates are front and center in Pittsburgh.
5. Texas Rangers - The Rangers have slipped back into second place in the AL West and certainly want nothing to do with playing in the wild card game.
6. Tampa Bay Rays - An absolutely disastrous West Coast trip for the Rays, who now much try to regroup and hold on for the final wild card spot.
7. Detroit Tigers - Miguel Cabrera is back in the lineup, but for how long?
8. Atlanta Braves - The Braves currently hold the second best record in all of baseball.
9. Cincinnati Reds - Despite sitting in third place in the division for basically the entire season, the Reds still have hopes of winning the NL Central.
10. Oakland Athletics - Is there a hotter player in all of baseball right now than Coco Crisp?
11. Baltimore Orioles - The Orioles can thank Tampa Bay's brutal West Coast trip and the hapless White Sox for putting them right back into the wild card race.
12. Cleveland Indians - The Indians might have the inside track to the final wild card spot with a far easier schedule than other contenders to finish out the season.
13. New York Yankees - The Yankees blew two big leads against the Red Sox in a series that put a major dent on their playoff hopes.
14. Kansas City Royals - Eric Hosmer is still tearing the cover off the ball and the Royals are still mathematically alive in the wild card race.
15. Washington Nationals - The Nationals are definitely taking advantage of a very easy schedule down the stretch, but will it be enough to get back into the wild card race? Very unlikely.
16. Arizona Diamondbacks - The Nationals have blown past the Diamondbacks, and all hopes of a playoff berth are pretty much gone.
17. Toronto Blue Jays - The Blue Jays are still playing close to .500 ball since that awful start, which has to at least give them a bit of hope heading into the offseason.
18. Seattle Mariners - Kyle Seager broke out this season, showing surprising power, and is one of the few bright spots for Seattle.
19. Los Angeles Angels - It will be interesting to see what changes occur in the front office and dugout shortly after the season ends.
20. Colorado Rockies - It might be time for the Rockies to consider trading both Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki. Both players never seem to be able to stay healthy.
21. San Francisco Giants - It will be interesting to see if the Giants even let Matt Cain return from the disabled list or if they just shut him down for the season.
22. Philadelphia Phillies - While the Eagles might not be good this year, at least there's a buzz around them thanks to Chip Kelly.
23. San Diego Padres - Jedd Gyorko has certainly proved himself to be one of the streakiest hitters in baseball. And he's not on a hot streak right now.
24. Minnesota Twins - The Twins hung around in the AL Central for a couple of months and have a healthy farm system.
25. Chicago Cubs - Cubs fans have to be perplexed by Starlin Castro's decline, but maybe all of the losing has gotten to him.
26. Chicago White Sox - Robin Ventura's second campaign as manager has not gone nearly as well as his first, and that's certainly no fault of his own.
27. New York Mets - The Mets will now wait anxiously to see if rest with help fix Matt Harvey's elbow tear, but I'm not holding my breath.
28. Milwaukee Brewers - The Brewers will just be thankful when this season is over and they can start anew in 2014.
29. Miami Marlins - The Marlins have to be wondering where this Ricky Nolasco was all those years.
30. Houston Astros - Focus in the Houston area is now squarely on football, though I'm not sure it was ever really on baseball this year.