In what was, I'm sure, a thrilling conference call, coin tosses were held yesterday to determine sites for possible one-game playoffs.

Enjoy:
Tiebreaker Scenarios
A series of coin tosses was conducted Tuesday to determine the sites for various potential two-team tie-breakers that could impact the 2006 postseason.

AL CENTRAL TITLE
DET vs. MIN: Comerica Park, Detroit
DET vs. CWS: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
AL WEST TITLE
OAK vs. LAA: Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim
AL WILD CARD
MIN vs. CWS: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
NL CENTRAL TITLE
STL vs. CIN: Busch Stadium, St. Louis
NL WEST TITLE
LA vs. SD: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
LA vs. SF: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
NL WILD CARD
SD vs. FLA: PETCO Park, San Diego
SD vs. PHI: Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia
SD vs. SF: PETCO Park, San Diego
SD vs. CIN: PETCO Park, San Diego
SD vs. HOU: Minute Maid Park, Houston
FLA vs. PHI: Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia
FLA vs. SF: AT&T Park, San Francisco
FLA vs. CIN: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
FLA vs. HOU: Dolphin Stadium, Florida
PHI vs. SF: AT&T Park, San Francisco
PHI vs. CIN: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
PHI vs. HOU: Minute Maid Park, Houston
SF vs. CIN: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
SF vs. HOU: Minute Maid Park, Houston
CIN vs. HOU: Minute Maid Park, Houston

NOTES:
If two clubs from the same division are tied but both assured of participating in the postseason, then the first tie-breaker would be their 2006 season-series to determine which club is the division champion and which club is the Wild Card.
If three clubs finish the season with the same winning percentage and one team will be a division winner and another will be the Wild Card, the games will be played as follows:
The two teams tied for the division lead will play the one-game tie-breaker, with the winner being declared the division champion.
The losing team will then play the club from the other division for the Wild Card.
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