2015 MLB Regular-Season Standings

American League

East
East
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
NY Yankees 16 9 .640 -- 6-6 10-3 W-3 124 93 31 8-2
Baltimore 12 11 .522 3.0 6-4 6-7 W-2 120 108 12 5-5
Tampa Bay 13 12 .520 3.0 7-8 6-4 L-2 91 94 -3 6-4
Boston 12 13 .480 4.0 6-7 6-6 L-3 122 134 -12 3-7
Toronto 12 14 .462 4.5 5-5 7-9 L-1 144 138 6 3-7
Central
Central
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
Detroit 17 9 .654 -- 8-5 9-4 W-2 117 107 10 6-4
Kansas City 16 9 .640 0.5 9-4 7-5 L-2 128 83 45 5-5
Minnesota 13 12 .520 3.5 9-4 4-8 W-4 105 106 -1 7-3
Cleveland 9 15 .375 7.0 4-8 5-7 W-1 102 120 -18 4-6
Chi White Sox 8 14 .364 7.0 6-3 2-11 L-5 70 108 -38 3-7
West
West
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
Houston 18 7 .720 -- 8-5 10-2 W-10 125 88 37 10-0
LA Angels 11 14 .440 7.0 4-6 7-8 L-3 95 101 -6 5-5
Oakland 11 15 .423 7.5 4-9 7-6 W-1 131 113 18 3-7
Seattle 10 15 .400 8.0 5-7 5-8 L-4 92 118 -26 4-6
Texas 8 16 .333 9.5 3-9 5-7 L-1 89 117 -28 2-8

National League

East
East
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
NY Mets 16 10 .615 -- 11-3 5-7 L-2 101 83 18 3-7
Miami 12 13 .480 3.5 8-7 4-6 L-1 110 96 14 8-2
Atlanta 12 13 .480 3.5 6-7 6-6 W-1 107 114 -7 4-6
Washington 12 14 .462 4.0 5-5 7-9 W-2 105 111 -6 5-5
Philadelphia 9 17 .346 7.0 6-6 3-11 W-1 72 122 -50 4-6
Central
Central
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
St. Louis 18 6 .750 -- 11-2 7-4 W-6 99 59 40 8-2
Chi Cubs 13 10 .565 4.5 7-7 6-3 L-2 94 88 6 5-5
Pittsburgh 12 13 .480 6.5 6-4 6-9 L-3 93 78 15 5-5
Cincinnati 12 13 .480 6.5 6-5 6-8 L-1 100 108 -8 4-6
Milwaukee 7 18 .280 11.5 3-10 4-8 W-2 82 123 -41 5-5
West
West
Team W L Pct GB Home Away Streak RS RA Diff L10
LA Dodgers 16 8 .667 -- 13-2 3-6 W-4 115 81 34 7-3
San Diego 14 12 .538 3.0 9-7 5-5 W-3 131 119 12 4-6
San Francisco 12 13 .480 4.5 7-6 5-7 W-3 79 100 -21 7-3
Colorado 11 13 .458 5.0 4-5 7-8 L-5 99 131 -32 4-6
Arizona 10 14 .417 6.0 6-8 4-6 L-3 100 101 -1 3-7
x
- Clinched Playoff Spot
y
- Clinched Division
z
- Clinched Home Field
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- Magic NumberThe magic number represents the combination of wins by the leading team and losses by the second-place (or tied) team that would clinch the division title.