Well, we've reached the end of the line. This is the final edition of the Watchability Rankings for the season, and will cover the final three series for each team this season. There's a definite division between the watchability of good teams, and the watchability of bad teams, that's for sure.
One win away from clinching the division. I'm sure it'll come against the Blue Jays this weekend.
The battle for home field advantage between the Pirates and Reds over the last week and a half will be incredible.
Those classless Dodgers, enjoying themselves like a bunch of children! How dare they not just shake hands like they're at H&R Block!
Sooooo...how crazy would it drive Braves fans if the team didn't clinch in Chicago?
Oakland can clinch the AL West this weekend, and if they do, hopefully their clubhouse won't be flooded with feces again.
The Tigers can also clinch this weekend at home, but that might be difficult with the way the Indians are playing.
This is going to be interesting.
No contender has an easier schedule down the stretch than the Tribe, and that might lead to a playoff berth for them.
This is awkward for the Reds - they need to cheer for the Cardinals to beat the tar out of the Nationals, yet not cheer for them *too* hard.
It might a case of too little, too late for Washington.
The Rays are looking their competition right in the face as they try to make the playoffs.
It's never easy for the Rangers, is it?
They just need the Indians to STOP WINNING.
Mariano Rivera's last career game is going to come in front of 8,000 fans in Houston. Lovely.
Baltimore has unfortunately run out of juice, despite taking that series in Boston.
If the Angels were able to end the Rangers' season, I think that would make their disastrous season worthwhile.
Wrap it up, Diamondbacks. Enjoy your pool.
The season of the worst Phillies team since 2000 is almost, mercifully, over.
Can they avoid 90 losses?
Houston's just packing it in at the end of the year against the contenders.
What a torturous end of the year for Toronto.
Screwing up the Dodgers' attempt for a better playoff seed would be a fun way to end the year for San Francisco.
Barring a massive collapse, the Padres won't lose 90 games. Unbelievable.
The Cubs finish their season with the three best teams in the National League, just to put the cherry on top of a poop sundae of a season.
Todd Helton is going to drag this team to 89 losses, and be thrilled about it.
The Mets are using a six man rotation, and only two of their starters were in their plans in April. Well then.
Are the Marlins going to roll over for the Nationals this weekend or be competitive? Stay tuned!
Good lord, the Twins just do not have any luck. What a brutal finish.
The Mariners can play...ah, forget it.
Well, the White Sox can play spoiler...or something, I guess.