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All things MLB, by Eye on Baseball writers Matt Snyder, Mike Axisa, Dayn Perry and David Brown.
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.
Looking closer at the detailed statistics, it's hard to fathom any no-hitter being more dominant than this one.
Max Scherzer did the heavy lifting with 17 Ks in his no-hitter, but there was a lot more striking out at Citi Field on Saturday.
It was a misplay by Yunel Escobar in the sixth inning of Saturday night's no-hitter against the Mets.
Let's watch Max Scherzer and the Nationals celebrate, as Scherzer pops up Curtis Granderson for the final out on Saturday.
He's the first pitcher since Nolan Ryan in 1973 to fire two no-nos in same regular season, and just the fifth pitcher to do it in history. Roy Halladay also did it twice in 2010, though one happened in the postseason.
It's a stressful way to live, especially for the team's bullpen.
The Rangers had a big lead and were three outs from an AL West title. But then the Angels took charge.
The Reds have ensured a second straight losing season and enter Saturday on a 13-game losing streak.

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