The Tampa Bay Rays claimed the American League (AL) East title, while Shane Bieber starred again in MLB on Wednesday.
The Rays clinched the AL East for the first time since 2010 thanks to an 8-5 win over the New York Mets.
Rays starter Tyler Glasnow struck out eight and gave up just three hits and two runs in six innings in the Rays' win.
Randy Arozarena went three-for-five, including a two-run homer.
In his final start of the regular season, Bieber got through five innings in the Cleveland Indians' 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
Bieber struck out 10 and conceded just two hits and a run, finishing the regular season with a 1.63 ERA.
Jordan Luplow hit a walk-off homer for the Indians.
Bauer brilliant, Maeda marvellous
Trevor Bauer starred in the Cincinnati Reds' 6-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. He struck out 12 and gave up just four hits in eight innings.
Kenta Maeda improved to 6-1 this season. He struck out nine batters in six innings as the Minnesota Twins edged the Detroit Tigers 7-6.
Bryce Harper crushed two home runs as the Philadelphia Phillies thrashed the Washington Nationals 12-3.
Salvador Perez and Franchy Cordero each had five RBIs as the Kansas City Royals beat the St Louis Cardinals 12-3.
New York Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka battled. He gave up eight hits, five runs (three earned) and a homer in a 14-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Los Angeles Angels 5-2 San Diego Padres
Philadelphia Phillies 12-3 Washington Nationals
Arizona Diamondbacks 7-3 Texas Rangers
Cleveland Indians 3-2 Chicago White Sox
Toronto Blue Jays 14-1 New York Yankees
Cincinnati Reds 6-1 Milwaukee Brewers
Seattle Mariners 3-2 Houston Astros
Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 Chicago Cubs
Atlanta Braves 9-4 Miami Marlins
Tampa Bay Rays 8-5 New York Mets
Boston Red Sox 9-1 Baltimore Orioles
Minnesota Twins 7-6 Detroit Tigers
Kansas City Royals 12-3 St Louis Cardinals
Oakland Athletics 6-4 Los Angeles Dodgers
San Francisco Giants 7-2 Colorado Rockies
Athletics at Dodgers
Mike Fiers (6-2, 4.67 ERA) will start for the Oakland Athletics (34-21) against Walker Buehler (1-0, 3.86 ERA) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (39-17) in their series decider on Thursday.