Hunter Pence, right, Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford and the Giants sit atop the National League Wild Card standings.
Hunter Pence, right, Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford and the Giants sit atop the National League Wild Card standings. Ralph Freso The Associated Press
Hunter Pence, right, Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford and the Giants sit atop the National League Wild Card standings. Ralph Freso The Associated Press

A look at baseball’s wild-card races

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