AROUND THE HORN
Orioles: Ubaldo Jimenez threw 62⁄ innings of one-hit ball in a 4-0 shutout of the Blue Jays that tied the teams for the AL wild-card lead. Manny Machado, Matt Wieters, Michael Bourn and Hyun Soo Kim drove in runs.
Marlins: Commissioner Rob Manfred, current and former Marlins players and Hall of Famers Tony Perez and Andre Dawson, both now Marlins executives, were among about 300 mourners at the private funeral of Jose Fernandez in Miami. The two-time All-Star pitcher died early Sunday in a boating accident off Miami Beach. “Jose was too good for this league,” the Rev. Jose Alvarez said at the service. “He’s going to a higher league.”
Tigers: Thursday’s game against the Indians was postponed because of rain, forcing the teams to squeeze in a makeup game Monday if it could affect who makes the playoffs or how teams are seeded. The Indians have clinched the AL Central. The Tigers are 11⁄ games back in the wild-card hunt.
Nationals: Wilmer Difo hit his first MLB homer and Pedro Severino his second, helping the injury-depleted NL East champs beat the Diamondbacks 5-3 in a nearly empty stadium in D.C. The Nats will play the Dodgers to open the playoffs but are still trying to lock up home field. ... 2B Daniel Murphy, out almost two weeks with a strained glute, is unlikely to play before the playoffs except for pinch hitting, manager Dusty Baker said.
Cardinals: Yadier Molina’s double drove in the winning run with two outs in the in a 4-3 win over the Reds, temporarily moving the Cards within a half-game of a wild-card spot. Molina and Jedd Gyorko hit solo home runs.
Braves: Freddie Freeman went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Braves’ 5-2 win over the Phillies, ending his hitting streak at 30 games. The streak was the longest in MLB since the Braves’ Dan Uggla hit in 33 straight in 2011.
I ndians: Manager Terry Francona said RHP Corey Kluber would be available to pitch in the ALDS despite a tight groin