NL West Standings: Giants Travel East To Try To Close The Gap On The Dodgers

The San Francisco Giants travel to both Milwaukee and Miami this week to take on the Brewers and Marlins, respectively, as they look to try to close the gap on the Los Angeles Dodgers' lead in the NL West division.

The Giants have won three of their last four games and currently sit seven games back of the Dodgers for the division lead with a record of 21-20. The Arizona Diamondbacks sit on their heels with a 19-23 record. The San Diego Padres are playing better (16-26), sitting on a two-game winning streak which has moved them past the struggling Colorado Rockies, who have lost their last four games and carry a 15-25 record into the week.


NL West Standings

W L PCT GB STRK
Los Angeles 28 13 .683 0 Won 4
San Francisco 21 20 .512 7 Lost 1
Arizona 19 23 .452 9.5 Won 1
San Diego 16 26 .381 12.5 Won 2
Colorado 15 25 .375 12.5 Lost 4

(updated 5.21.2012 at 11:50 AM PDT)


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