San Fransciso (88-68)
San Diego (87-68)
The Braves aren't likely to win the division, so they're essentially out for the No. 2 seed. It's become a 3-team race.
Cincinnati: vs. HOU (3 games); vs. MIL (3 games)
San Fran: vs. ARI (3 games); vs. SD (3 games)
San Diego: vs. CHI (4 games); @ SF (3 games)
Atlanta: vs. FLA (3 games); vs. PHI (3 games)
The Phillies cannot play the Braves in the first round and the Giants could not play the Padres.
That San Francisco and San Diego play each other this weekend could help the Reds get the second-best record, assuming neither get a sweep. That's of course provided the Reds take care of business.
If the wildcard comes out of the West, Philadelphia will play that team (which could still be Colorado, though their chances really took a hit this weekend). If it's the Braves, Philadelphia will play the third division winner.
Will be an interesting week. If the Reds win their last six games, they have an excellent shot at opening the playoffs hosting games. If they lose one, they're still in OK shape. Losing two or more might send them to Philadelphia, unless the wildcard comes out of the West.