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A look at where the Los Angeles Dodgers stack up in both the National League West and, if applicable, the National League wild card races.

Dodgers magic number to clinch NL No. 1 seed

The Dodgers won the National League West. Here are their magic numbers to clinch a playoff bye into the NL Division Series, and to lock up the No. 1 seed during the NL playoffs.

Dodgers at Brewers, potential playoff matchup?

A preview of the Dodgers and Brewers, who play 7 times in the next 10 days.

Dodgers’ string of NL West titles ends at eight

In an epic pennant race, the Giants won 107 games, clinching the National League West over the Dodgers on the season’s final day in 2021.

Race for the NL West: October 1

Dodgers are 2 games back of the Giants with 3 to play

National League playoff field is taking shape

The Padres were eliminated, the Cardinals are surging and will almost certainly be the National League wild card game road team. The Brewers clinched the NL Central, which means the final week is all about seeding, with two postseason berths left to clinch, with St. Louis and the Braves in the driver’s seat for those spots.

Dodgers trail Giants by one game

With nine games remaining, the Dodgers trail the Giants by one game in the NL West.

Here come the Cardinals

A look at the standings in the National League West and NL wild card race. The Cardinals are surging in the latter, and could be a potential Dodgers playoff opponent.

Dodgers face another wild card hopeful

Playoff races could tighten even further this week. The Dodgers will play three with Arizona at home before heading to Cincinnati this weekend. The Giants will play the Padres for four and the Braves for three.

NL wild card hopefuls on deck for LA

Though the Dodgers’ goal is to win the National League West, a pair of wild card contenders are on the schedule this week with LA playing the Cardinals and Padres. Here’s a look at the NL wild card standings.

Padres drop like a rock

As we near a Dodgers-Giants showdown for the National League West, with three games next weekend in San Francisco, the Padres have lost 13 of 16 games to fall out of the division race and now trail in the wild card standings.

Don’t forget about the Brewers in the NL

An overview of the standings in the National League, where the Dodgers continue to chase the Giants in the NL West but also hold a sizable lead in the fallback wild card spot.

NL West Standings after eight weeks

Well, this is getting redundant.

NL West standings after week 7

The Dodgers have been in first place since Apr. 16

NL West standings after week 5

The Dodgers remain in the No. 1 spot for another week

NL West standings after week 4

The Dodgers remain in first, with the D-Backs right behind them.

NL West standings after week 3

Dodgers are back on top

NL West Standings after week 2

Padres take hold of the division

Minor league playoff races

Checking in on the minor league playoff races for the Dodgers minor league affiliates, with three weeks remaining in the regular season.

Werth dealing with back tightness

Former Dodgers outfielder Jayson Werth is dealing with tightness in his back and didn’t play on Saturday, one of several Nationals banged up as the regular season concludes.

NLDS notes: Zimmerman, Game 4 & more

Notes on the upcoming National League Division Series between the Dodgers and Nationals, with news on Clayton Kershaw, Ryan Zimmerman, Chris Heisey, and more.

Murphy, Harper on the mend for Nationals

A look at some injuries for the Nationals plus some roster notes for both Washington and the Dodgers heading into the NLDS.

Nationals’ NLDS rotation taking shape

As the Dodgers and Nationals vie for home field advantage in the NLDS, a look at the possible starting rotation for Washington.

Dodgers set rotation for NLDS Games 1-3

Clayton Kershaw will start Game 1 of the NLDS against the Nationals, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said on Tuesday, followed by Rich Hill in Game 2 and Kenta Maeda in Game 3.

Race for NLDS home field advantage tightens

A loss by the Nationals on Monday means the Dodgers are just one game back with six to play in the race for home field advantage in their upcoming National League Division Series.

Dodgers’ magic number to clinch NL West

An updated look at the Dodgers’ magic number to clinch a fourth straight National League West title, the combination of Dodgers wins and Giants losses needed to win the division.

What’s at stake on Saturday

The Dodgers could clinch the National League West as early as Saturday, but that’s not all.

Dodgers have a shot at NLDS home field advantage

The Dodgers are fighting to win the NL West, yes. But they also have a chance to surpass the Nationals for home field advantage in the National League West.

Dodgers lose ground to Mets

The Dodgers have their work cut out if they are to secure home field advantage in the National League Division Series against the Mets. Plus, there is that pesky clinching the division thing that needs to be taken care of, too.

Dodgers magic number

With the Giants' loss to the A's on Friday night in Oakland, the Dodgers were able to lower their magic number to clinch the National League West down to just two.

Dodgers magic number

Thanks to the Giants losing to the Padres on Thursday night in San Diego, the Dodgers saw their magic number to clinch the National League West shrink to three.

Dodgers magic number

The Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks on Thursday at Dodger Stadium, lowering their magic number to clinch the National League West to four.

Dodgers magic number

The Giants lost in San Diego, when coupled with the Dodgers' win over Arizona gave LA a seven-game division lead with 11 games left. The Dodgers lowered their magic number to clinch the National League West down to five.

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