Playoff Scenarios (and surrogate game thread for 9/30: Wang @ Wells)

I posted the following at 12eight earlier today, and figured Firebrand readers might like a look at it. The following is a list of potential results, grouped by # of Red Sox wns in this series:
Lose 3:
Sox lose AL East by 4 games, finish with a record of 93-69.
IF the Indians also lose all three of their remaining games, the two teams will meet for a playoff at Fenway on Monday.
IF the Indians win one game, the Red Sox are eliminated from postseason play.
Lose 2:
Sox lose the AL East by 2 games, finish with a record of 94-68.
IF the Indians are swept, the Red Sox win the Wild Card.
IF the Indians win only one game, the two teams will meet for a playoff at Fenway on Monday.
IF the Indians take 2 or more games, the Red Sox are eliminated from postseason play.
Win 2:
The Red Sox and Yankees are tied for the AL East Lead, each with a record of 95-67.
IF the Indians win less than two games, they are eliminated from postseason play, and the Red Sox win the Wild Card, as the losers of the season series with the Yankees.
IF the Indians win 2 games, there is a three way tie between the Red Sox, Yankees, and Indians. A two-tiered playoff will ensue, with the Red Sox and Yankees playing for the East title, and the loser playing the Indians for the Wild Card.
IF the Indians sweep their final series, the Indians win the Wild Card, forcing a one game playoff between the Yankees and Red Sox for Monday, October 3rd.
Win 3:
The Red Sox win the American League Eastern Division.
IF the Indians win 2 or 3, the Yankees are eliminated from postseason play.
IF the Indians win 1, the Indians and Yankees will meet for a one-game playoff to determine the Wild Card.
IF the Indians are swept, the Yankees win the AL Wild Card.
2-1 Sox after 2, on an Ortiz RBI single and a Varitek homer, a massive shot over the Monster right where it meets up with the CF wall.
Win tonight.