MLB playoff standings and wild card updates: 5 teams clinch spots

MLB playoff standings and wild card updates: 5 teams clinch spots

The 2023 MLB postseason field was settled Saturday night, with the Miami Marlins, Arizona Diamondbacks, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros and Toronto Blue Jays all clinching playoff berths. While the wild-card matchups should be finalized Sunday, we now know which 12 teams will be playing in October.
Miami Marlins (84-76): The Marlins were the first team to punch their ticket Saturday, beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 on the road to claim their first full-season playoff berth since 2003. They appeared in the 16-team postseason following the shortened 2020 season. Miami’s win ended the…


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