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All things MLB, by Eye on Baseball writers Matt Snyder, Mike Axisa, Dayn Perry and David Brown.
The veteran lefty was going for 200 innings for the 15th straight season on Sunday, but he didn't last long enough against the Rays.
Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw struck out his 300th batter of the season on Sunday, making him the first man to do so since 2002.
Albert Pujols has 40 homers in a season for the seventh time in his career. He has joined teammate Mike Trout with 40 homers and that's a big deal, too.
Braves right-hander Shelby Miller broke a long winless streak on Sunday, and he did so against his former team.
Jacob deGrom will be the Game 1 starter in L.A.
The Red Sox are planning on having John Farrell, who's undergoing treatment for cancer, back in the dugout in 2016.
Veteran right-hander A.J. Burnett is retiring after this season, so this may have been Pirates' fans last chance to see him pitch.
It's the final day of the regular season, and we've still got playoff spots and playoff seeding to sort out. Here's what you need to know.
Who gets in? Who goes home? Who plays who? And where? Most of the field for the MLB playoffs is set, but there still are many unknowns that could be decided Sunday, the final scheduled day of the regular season. Unless, of course, it takes longer...
The Mets were 46-20 against the NL East through Sept. 14. Since then they are 1-9, and that's why they won't be having home-field advantage against the Dodgers in the NLDS.

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