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 Reds have ensured a second straight losing season and enter Saturday on a 13-game losing streak.
Among the top rookies heading to the postseason this year are Kris Bryant, Noah Syndergaard and Luis Severino.
Let's just say the Cubs' ace has been on a remarkable roll since the break.
It's the next-to-last 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.
Through no fault of their own, the Pirates and Yankees failed to clinch home field advantage in the wild-card game Friday night.
Bryant's lip-syncing is top notch, but is it the right song for him? For them?
All Cubs fans have surely heard of Steve Bartman, and now there's a movement to send him to the Cubs wild card game, which will likely be in Pittsburgh.
What will the Nationals do to sort out their mess, A look around MLB job openings, World Series hopes and news from around Major League Baseball.
We could see the final AL wild-card spot end in a three-way tie. Embrace the chaos.

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