The Atlanta Braves currently hold the top wild-card spot by 3.5 games.
However, as was painfully proven at the end of last season, having even the most comfortable of leads coming into September guarantees nothing.
Last September, the Braves went 9-18 to squander their wild-card lead and miss the playoffs.
And now, in their past 19 games, the Braves have gone 8-11, which brings back memories of their shocking collapse last season.
Their offense has been very worrying of late; in their past three games, the Braves have managed to score a total of two runs versus the Rockies, who on average give up more than five runs per game.
But what are the chances of a late-season collapse occurring yet again this season?