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Kershaw gets 300 strikeouts, 1st pitcher to do it since 2002
Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers recorded his 300th strikeout of the season, becoming the first major league pitcher in 13 years to do so.
Miller ends 24-start drought, Braves beat Cardinals 6-0
Shelby Miller's drought-breaking win made the fourth-place Braves feel like celebrating.
Manager John Farrell returning to Red Sox after cancer scare
John Farrell was forced to step away from the Red Sox because of cancer. He will return as their manager in 2016, an announcement that ends Boston's second straight troubling season on an uplifting note.
Mets set playoff rotation for initial 3 games vs Dodgers
The Mets have set their pitching rotation for the first three games of their best-of-five NL playoff series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Toronto's Mark Buehrle fails in bid to pitch 200 innings
Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Mark Buehrle has come up short in his bid to become the fifth major leaguer to pitch 200 or more innings in 15 consecutive seasons.
Girardi speaks out against late afternoon Sunday games
Yankees manager Joe Girardi has a problem with Major League Baseball scheduling Sunday's regular-season finales for the late afternoon.
Scherzer throws his 2nd no-hitter this year, Nats sweep Mets
Max Scherzer says he can get even better.
Angels score 5 in 9th, beat Rangers 11-10
After their biggest rally this season, the Los Angeles Angels are going into the 162nd game still with a chance to reach the playoffs. They need another win, and some help.
McHugh, Rasmus help Astros beat Diamondbacks 6-2
The Houston Astros are finishing fast and will be playing somewhere next week. Just where and against whom is yet to be determined.
Greinke, Dodgers top Padres 2-1 to clinch home field in NLDS
Zack Greinke places no emphasis on individual statistics and is loath to consider his potential place among baseball's greatest pitchers.
Yankees clinch playoff spot after 2-year absence, top Boston
CC Sabathia stood near his locker in the back of the oval Yankees clubhouse while excited teammates celebrated New York's return to the postseason.
Marte's homer in 12th inning lifts Pirates over Reds 6-4
The Pirates are on the verge of hosting the NL wild card game for the third straight year.
Cubs beat Brewers, try to keep up in race to host wild card
The Chicago Cubs would love to host the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL wild card game next week.
Tulowitzki returns, AL East champ Blue Jays rally past Rays
Troy Tulowitzki played as if a late-season injury is behind him.
Sale sets strikeout record in White Sox win over Tigers
He didn't do it with an eephus pitch, but Chris Sale still made team history.