Chris Davis of the Orioles was the MLB leader in home runs this season with 47.
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The Mariners only missed the playoffs by one game last year and seemingly got better in the offseason by signing Nelson Cruz. And they got worse. Let's take a look backward and then forward.
The Blue Jays officially clinched a postseason spot on Saturday. The Mariners now have baseball's longest postseason drought at 14 years.
Royals righty Johnny Cueto used his patented shoulder shimmy to strike out Nelson Cruz on Thursday.
The measure of an all-around great hitter? Having a .300 batting average, .400 on-base percentage and .500 slugging percentage. Here are the guys who could get there this year.
It's mid-September, and the AL MVP appears to be Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson's to lose.
Cubs rookie Kris Bryant hit one high off the Wrigley Field video board. Statcast says it was a 495-footer, which is the longest home run in all of the majors this season.
The September stretch drive is upon us. Now let's take a look at the best performers of 2015 with one month of regular season left. Not a slideshow!
In the wake of hiring Jack Zduriencik from his job as general manager, the Mariners have said they want a replacement with some experience. That narrows the field.

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