With a new team being eliminated from playoff contention each day, we can finally smell October baseball. Isn't it sweet?
The 2011 season is down to its final two weeks and all of a sudden the playoff picture is an absolute mess. If you listen closely, you can hear heart palpitations from fans all over the globe.
The field has narrowed down though, as a 12-game winning streak by the Detroit Tigers has sent the White Sox and Indians home for an extra long winter, while the Philadelphia Phillies became the first team to earn a postseason berth.
Other than that, there are still 10 teams fighting for the seven remaining playoff spots, some of which will be decided during the seasons final days.
Each of the 10 teams have one player in particular that could potentially single-handedly ruin their season, whether it be a flaccid bat in the lineup are a struggling No. 3 starter on the mound.
Here is "One Player Who Could Doom Each MLB Contender's Chances."