PHILS WOULD BE 1ST MLB PLAYOFF TEAM EVER WITH SUB-.500 MARK!

By Mary McCarthy

The Phillies, Cards, Brewers and Giants enter the last day of the regular season competing for two postseason spots, and the biggest game of the day pits Christian Yelich’s Brewers against Yadier Molina’s Cardinals.

If the Phils, Astros or Brewers make it, they’d be the first team in MLB history to qualify for the postseason with a losing record.

A team-by-team breakdown of what each club needs to clinch:

Cardinals (29-28) – Qualify with a victory over Milwaukee or a loss by the Giants. If St. Louis loses and San Francisco wins, the Cardinals would make up two games against Detroit on Monday that were postponed this season due to St. Louis’ coronavirus outbreak.

Brewers (29-30) – Qualify with a victory over St. Louis, or with losses by the Giants and Phillies.

Giants (29-30) – Qualify with a victory over San Diego and a Brewers loss. If the Giants and Brewers win, San Francisco needs St. Louis to lose both games against the Tigers on Monday.

Phillies (28-31) – Qualify with a win over Tampa Bay and losses by the Brewers and Giants.

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