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MLB News - 09/28/16
- Red Sox win 3rd AL East title in 10 seasons
Despite losing, 5-3, to the Yankees on Wednesday night, the Red Sox clinched the American League East after he Orioles came back to beat the Blue Jays, 3-2, at Rogers Centre.
- O's ride Kim's pinch-hit clout, cut Toronto's lead
The Orioles' Hyun Soo Kim came through with a pinch-hit two-run homer with one out in the top of the ninth inning on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre, turning what was on track to be a discouraging loss into a 3-2 victory over the Blue Jays. The win pulled Baltimore within one game of Toronto for the top AL Wild Card spot while also maintaining the Orioles' two-game cushion over the Mariners, who defeated the Astros earlier Wednesday. Detroit dropped to 1 1/2 games back of the Orioles, pending the result of its game on Wednesday night against Cleveland.
- Loney, Bruce homer as Mets stay atop WC
Days shy of October, Mets manager Terry Collins' head is swimming with the possibilities of postseason play. There are tiebreakers to consider, play-in games and National League Wild Card scenarios running every which way. There are thoughts of pitchers on short and extra rest, tune-up starts and must-win games. There are planes, trains and buses, ready to whisk the Mets in umpteen different directions.
- Freeman extends streak to 30 games, best in '16
Freddie Freeman extended his hitting streak to an MLB-best 30 games this season with a single up the middle off of Phillies reliever Phil Klein in the bottom of the sixth inning. Boston Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr., had previously had a 29-game hitting streak that was the longest in the Majors in 2016.
- Swing vote: MLB Awards balloting underway
The Esurance MLB Awards honor baseball's greatest achievements as part of industry-wide balloting that includes your votes. Cast your ballots now to help determine the best of the year's best.
- Jaso hits for first cycle in PNC Park history
Pirates first baseman John Jaso hit his way to PNC Park history on Wednesday night, completing the first cycle in the history of Pittsburgh's ballpark along the Allegheny River in the Bucs' 8-4 win over the Cubs. Jaso went 4-for-4 with five RBIs.
- Mariners overpower Astros, keep pace in Wild Card
Robinson Cano launched a three-run homer in the first inning -- his ninth against Houston in 19 games this year -- off struggling starter Doug Fister, and Seth Smith capped a three-run second inning with a two-run single to send Seattle to a 12-4 rout on Wednesday afternoon in the final regular-season game of the year at Minute Maid Park.
- Fernandez mourned at Marlins Park memorial
An organization and hundreds of its grieving fans gathered at Marlins Park on Wednesday afternoon to bid farewell to All-Star pitcher Jose Fernandez, whose tragic death has rocked South Florida and the sports world.
- Indians-Tigers delayed twice due to rain
Wednesday's game between the Indians and Tigers at Comerica Park entered its second rain delay after the bottom of the fifth inning. The Tigers had just taken a 6-3 lead on Miguel Cabrera's three-run home run, and the game is official since five innings have been completed. There was also a delay during the third.
- Leitch: Playoff dossier: The Indians
We are perilously, thrillingly close to the beginning of the MLB postseason. Over the few days, we'll be doing a Playoff Dossier of every team that has clinched a spot in the playoffs. Today, the Cleveland Indians.