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...
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Rewarding a second-half turnaround in which they've gone 41-20 since July 29, the Rangers also eliminated the Angels from the AL West race. Texas also lowered its magic number to clinch the division to one.
It took four attempts, but they did it, beating the Red Sox to avert a series sweep and finally nailing down an AL wild-card berth.

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