Braves fall back of the Phillies

Here are the numbers after Atlanta's loss to Toronto Wednesday.

Through Wednesday, September 16

The Braves are 57-89 (.390).

They are 26 games out of first place and 27.5 games back in the wildcard race.

There are 16 games remaining in the season.

If they go 8-8, they'll finish 65-97.
If they go 6-10, they'll finish 63-99.
If they go 5-11, they’ll finish 62-100.
If they go 4-12, they’ll finish 61-101.

The Braves are:

5-30 in their last 33 games

4-25 in their last 29 games

8-20 in August

3-12 in September

21-48 since July 1

32-64 since June 1

11-38 since trading Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe

15-42 since the All-Star Break and since Fredi Gonzalez's contract extension was announced.

Since the Braves were 42-42 on July 7, they have gone 15-47 (.242).

DRAFT ORDER:

1 – Philadelphia (56-91) .381
2 – Atlanta (57-89) .390 – 1.5 GB
3 – Colorado (61-85) .418 - 5.5 GB
4 – Cincinnati (61-84) .421 – 6 GB
5 – Oakland (62-84) .425 – 6.5 GB
6 – Milwaukee (62-84) .428 – 6.5 GB
7 – Miami (63-83) .432 – 7.5 GB
8 – Detroit (67-78) .462 – 12 GB
9 – San Diego (69-78) .469 – 13 GB
10 – Arizona (69-77) .473 – 13.5 GB



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