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Boston Red Sox clinch American League East, sending Yankees and Twins to one-game playoff - AOL

The New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins will face off in the Wild Card Game for the right to play in the American League Division Series after the Boston Red Sox clinched the AL East Division title with a win over the Houston Astros on Saturday.and more »

Masahiro Tanaka Strikes Out 15 on an Unusual Day for the Yankees - New York Times

The Yankees' 4-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday performed the function of keeping their faint American League East title hopes alive, at least for another day. Hours after the Yankees' victory, Boston lost at home to Houston, leaving the ...and more »

Blue Jays win finale, but season was lost long ago: Griffin - Toronto Star

NEW YORK—On a sunny autumn afternoon at Yankee Stadium, the Blue Jays' 2017 season ended — not with a bang but with a whimper. The Jays' winning run in the eighth scored on a strikeout/passed ball, a walk, a sacrifice bunt and a topped grounder in ...and more »

The good, the bad, and the hopeful: the Blue Jays season in review - Varsity

Disappointed. That's how most Blue Jays fans feel as the 2017 regular baseball season comes to a wrap. A plethora of injuries inspired frustration and bitterness — and skilled players that did not reach their potential only soured the situation. The ...and more »

Blue Jays remember their season to forget - The Globe and Mail

Heading into the start of this season, general manager Ross Atkins suggested that the Toronto Blue Jays would need an almost perfect ride to enjoy a successful year. When you consider that one of their top pitchers was beset all season by blister ...and more »

Despite down season, Bautista intends to play somewhere in 2018 - Sportsnet.ca

NEW YORK – The end of the Jose Bautista era with the Toronto Blue Jays was set in motion a couple of weeks ago, when the franchise icon was informed the team won't exercise its end of a $17-million option for the 2018 season. "No comment," was all ...and more »

Yankees Lose, but Who Cares? Now Comes the Wild-Card Game - New York Times

The Yankees' 2017 regular season ended the way it began. With a loss. Not that it really mattered, of course. The final play of their 2-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday was a popout by Greg Bird, but few seemed to leave Yankee Stadium ...and more »

Tanaka baffles Jays with 15 Ks - The Japan Times

NEW YORK – Masahiro Tanaka walked off the mound and tipped his cap to fans after one of his most dominant performances since signing with the New York Yankees in January 2014. He struck out 15 over seven innings, his highest total since coming to the ...and more »

Wild Card Game Awaits the Hot Yankees as Their AL East Hopes End - New York Times

The Yankees' pursuit of the American League East title officially ended late Saturday afternoon when the Boston Red Sox completed a 6-3 victory over the Houston Astros for their 93rd win of the season, a mark the Yankees cannot match. Unofficially, the ...and more »

Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar: Heading home for birth of child - CBSSports.com

Pillar has left the club to join his wife, who is soon due to give birth, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports. Pillar probably won't be placed on the paternity list; it's September, and the 40-man rosters often leave such transactions unnecessary ...and more »