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BRAVES 5, Mets 0:

Braves right-hander Charlie Morton allowed one hit in 22⁄ scoreless innings. Morton is sched3 uled to start in Friday’s opener of the NL Division Series at Milwaukee.

Cleveland 6, RANGERS 0:

Aaron Civale allowed only three singles while pitching six scoreless innings, Yu Chang homered for Cleveland. The Rangers were shut out for the 15th time and finished with their most losses since 105 in 1973, the franchise’s second season in Texas after moving from Washington. It was their fifth consecutiv­e losing season.

Reds 6, PIRATES 3:

Joey Votto capped off a resurgent season by hitting his 36th home run and Nick Castellano­s reached the 100-RBI plateau for the second time in his career and for the Reds.Votto’s three-run shot off Cody Ponce (0-6) during Cincinnati’s fourrun fifth inning gave the 38-year-old first baseman 99 RBIs on the season, his highest total since 2017.

MARLINS 5, Phillies 4:

Nick Fortes hit a tiebreakin­g two-run home run in the fourth inning and Derek Jeter’s Marlins closed their 11th losing season in 12 years. Bryce Harper doubled and walked before being replaced in the bottom of the third. A contender for NL MVP, he hit .309 with 35 homers, 84 RBIs and a major league-best 1.044 OPS.

GIANTS 11, Padres 4:

The Giants secured a franchise-record 107th victory to top the 1904 New York team. Logan Webb struck out eight and didn’t walk a batter while pitching seven-plus stellar innings, and also hit a two-run homer in the fifth to clear the fences for his first time in his career.

YANKEES 1, Rays 0:

Aaron Judge drove home the winning run with a one-out single in the ninth inning and the York Yankees clinched a playoff berth in their final at-bat of the regular season.

ASTROS 7, Athletics 6:

AL batting champion Yuli Gurriel hit a winning RBI single in the ninth inning. Gurriel hit .319 and became Houston’s second player to win a batting title after Jose Altuve in 2014, ’16 and ’17.

Cubs 3, CARDINALS 2:

Matt Duffy extended his hitting streak to a careerhigh 13 games with a pair of run-scoring singles to help the Cubs in a game that was halted after seven innings by rain.

DODGERS 10, Brewers 3:

Trea Turner hit his second grand slam in less than 48 hours to easily wrap up the NL batting title and the Dodgers earned their 106th victory to finish as the winningest-second place team in major league history. Turner hit .328, well ahead of former Washington teammate Juan Soto, who went 0 for 3 Sunday to end at .313.

Tigers 5, WHITE SOX 2:

Daz Cameron homered leading off the ninth to spark a three-run inning as the Tigers closed their fifth straight losing season. After winning the division for the first time since 2008, the White Sox open the Division Series on Thursday at AL West champion Houston. .

Twins 7, ROYALS 3:

Byron Buxton and Jorge Polanco hit homers to lead the Twins. Royals star Salvador Perez went 0 for 2 with a walk and finished in a tie with Toronto’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for the big league home run lead with 48.

Red Sox 7, NATIONALS 5:

The Red Sox clinched a playoff berth after coming back to beat the Nationals on a tiebreakin­g two-run homer by Rafael Devers in the ninth inning Sunday. It was Devers’ second homer of the game – and 38th of the season.

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