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Aiming to escape pinstriped anonymity, Aaron Hicks helps Yankees clinch
The center fielder's latest big hit put the Bombers over the top, but is it just setting the stage for October heroics?

Kleveland: Indians 1st to have 4 200-K pitchers
With Mike Clevinger's fourth strikeout Saturday night, the Indians became the first team to have four pitchers reach the 200-strikeout milestone in a single season.

Machado-led Dodgers break club HR record (222)
Manny Machado slugged a three-run homer on his bobblehead night to highlight a five-run third inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Diego Padres 7-2 on Saturday night.

Braves clinch first NL East crown since 2013
The Atlanta Braves capped a most surprising season by clinching their first NL East crown since 2013, with Mike Foltynewicz taking a no-hitter into the seventh inning Saturday in a 5-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies.

Tigers' Martinez gets a hit, then a win in finale
Mikie Mahtook hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 5-4 on Saturday in Victor Martinez's final major league game.

Gurriel bros. first with multiple HRs on same day
The Gurriel brothers gave opposing teams headaches Friday night, with Toronto's Lourdes collecting two home runs and two RBIs against the Rays and Houston's Yuli collecting two home runs and seven RBIs against the Angels.

Rangers fire manager Banister after 4 seasons
The Texas Rangers have fired manager Jeff Banister after four seasons, the team announced Friday.

MLB clinching tracker: Braves clinch NL East, Yankees a wild card
With the regular season winding down, it's clinching time across MLB. Atlanta and New York just made their reservations to join October's mix.

Ohtani, 'openers' and Moneyball 2.0: My 10 favorite MLB stories of 2018
We've seen historic rookies, a pitching revolution and more Billy Beane magic. As October looms, it's been a great year in baseball.

Put it on the board, Hawk Harrelson's career unlike any other
After five decades in the booth, baseball's most old-school announcer retires with a legacy nobody can be neutral about.

Who can the Yankees trust in the wild-card game?
The American League East race is over. The key now for the Bombers: Win the first wild-card spot and then decide who's going to pitch.

Small Ball: Betts, Ramirez smashing homers -- and stereotypes
In baseball, 5-foot-9 is the new 6-4. Boston's Mookie Betts and Cleveland's equally compact Jose Ramirez are pint-size sluggers who are built for big moments.

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