For the first time in baseball history, one division holds the three best records in the majors.
The Twins surprised most people on the planet by winning more than 80 games and nearly making the AL playoff field.
After some pretty terrible years of rebuild, the Astros have reached the postseason for the first time since 2005.
Ichiro had never before pitched in the bigs, but he did so on Sunday for an inning.
After a frantic final day of the regular season, the postseason field for 2015 is set.
The Rangers prevailed at home on Sunday and celebrated an AL West crown in front of the home crowd.
Brendan Rodgers of the Colorado Rockies organization isn't the same one that got fired on Sunday as manager of Liverpool.
Dee Gordon won himself a batting title on Sunday and he also led the league in stolen bases. The last NL player to do so was the immortal Jackie Robinson.
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.

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