At the end of the night on Wednesday, both the Boston Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies had played their 122nd game, officially ushering in the final 25 percent of the season.
This, of course, means that it's time to grade every team at the three-quarter mark of the season.
Less than six weeks ago, the Dodgers were two games below .500 and were given a grade of D. At the time, they received 22-1 odds to win the World Series.
As it turns out, a lot can change in six weeks' time.
The Dodgers are now receiving 3.5-1 odds of winning it all, but their recent surge still isn't good enough to receive an A for the season.
On the next slide, we'll explain the grading process and then work our way from the failing Houston Astros to the cream of the crop.
*Unless otherwise cited, all statistics are courtesy of Fangraphs.com and are accurate through the start of play on Wednesday, August 14.