Cleveland 5, Detroit 3
For most of his team's march into history, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has tried the low-key approach with a daily turn-the-page mentality.
NY Yankees 3, Tampa Bay 2
Jaime Garcia would have liked to finally get a win for his new team after a nomadic summer that has seen him go from the Atlanta Braves to a brief layover with the Minnesota Twins and finally to the New York Yankees.
Chi. White Sox 5, Kansas City 3
Lucas Giolito is a 23-year-old Chicago White Sox rookie right-hander the Kansas City Royals will probably see a lot of in the next decade.
Atlanta 8, Washington 2
Max Scherzer threw a no-hitter at Nationals Park in 2015 and the next year he fanned 20 batters against the Detroit Tigers, also at home.
Philadelphia 8, Miami 1
After the Philadelphia Phillies' Rhys Hoskins homered twice in a come-from-behind victory Tuesday, teammate and fellow rookie Nick Williams referred to him as an "alien."
Baltimore 2, Toronto 1
The Baltimore Orioles gave Kevin Gausman two unearned runs in the top of the first inning before he even took the mound Wednesday night, and he made them stand up.
Oakland 7, Boston 3
When you're in last place at this time of year, all you can really do is look to the future and try to spoil things for contending teams you meet down the stretch.
Seattle 8, Texas 1
One of the newest Seattle Mariners is doing his part in the club's late-season push to play beyond the regular season.
Chi. Cubs 17, NY Mets 5
Jon Lester once again got better as he went deeper.
Milwaukee 8, Pittsburgh 2
Pitching on three days' rest for the first time in his big league career, Chase Anderson gave the Milwaukee Brewers a much-needed boost Wednesday night as they continued their late-season charge toward the postseason.
Minnesota 3, San Diego 1
A night after cruising to a 16-0 romp, the Minnesota Twins came through in a pressure situation.
Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 0
The last time the Cincinnati Reds needed a replay reversal in a big September game at Busch Stadium, they waited too long to ask for one and lost a game on an incorrect call that couldn't be changed.
Arizona 8, Colorado 2
Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo put A.J. Pollock in the seventh spot in the lineup for the first time this season Wednesday, thinking it might "kick-start" his production.
LA Angels 9, Houston 1
Tyler Skaggs is finally performing like the pitcher the Los Angeles Angels drafted in the first round in 2009, traded away a year later and swiped back in 2013.
LA Dodgers 4, San Francisco 1
Now that the Los Angeles Dodgers have clinched a postseason berth, they can start planning ahead.