MLB Standings & Scores

Indians Fans 22 Wins

Yes, the Chicago Cubs thrashed the New York Mets and Aaron Judge went back to hitting home runs for the New York Yankees, but nothing was bigger than the Cleveland Indians beating the Kansas City Royals in extra innings and winning their 22nd in a row, a new record.

Kansas City Royals 2  Cleveland Indians 3: Breaking records isn’t easy, and the Indians needed a 9th inning double from Francisco Lindor to tie the game and a 10th inning double by Jay Bruce to win it in style, making it 22 consecutive wins.

New York Mets 6  Chicago Cubs 14: The Cubs continue to torment the Mets, this time with home runs from Anthony Rizzo (32nd this season) and Jayson Heyward, who finished with 4 RBIs.

Chicago White Sox 17  Detroit Tigers 7: The two worst teams in the AL Central slugged it out, combining for 6 home runs, 37 hits and 24 runs. Avisail Garcia had another wonderful day, hitting 5-for-5, including 7 RBIs and his 17th home run of the season.

Oakland Athletics 2  Boston Red Sox 6: Drew Pomeranz pitched for 6 innings, improving to 16-5 this season, while Andrew Benintendi was doing great at the plate, hitting 3-for-4 with 3 RBIs.

Cincinnati Reds 2  St. Louis Cardinals 5: The Cardinals are tied with the Brewers for second in the NL Central, 3 games behind the Cubs, beating the Reds behind Tommy Pham’s 20th homer of the season.

Colorado Rockies 0  Arizona Diamondbacks 7: Zack Godley was terrific through 8 innings, giving up only 5 hits while striking out 7 and most importantly, shutting down a very potent offense. A.J. Pollock was in fine form with a couple of hits to finish with 4 RBIs.

Baltimore Orioles 5  New York Yankees 13: The Yankees are 3 games behind the Red Sox, winning their second in a row. Aaron Judge was at his best, hitting a couple of home runs, driving up his totals to 43 homers and 96 RBIs this season.

Atlanta Braves 2  Washington Nationals 5: Tanner Roark struck out 7 in 6 innings of work, relying on Adrian Sanchez with two RBIs and Jayson Werth with a lead off single RBI to do the rest.

Miami Marlins 0  Philadelphia Phillies 10: Jake Thompson set the tone with his start, while the offense delivered with 4 home runs, including Rhys Hoskins hitting his 18th of the season. 

Seattle Mariners 10  Texas Rangers 4: Felix Hernandez returned, limited to 54 pitches and 3.2 innings, which didn’t really matter. Nelson Cruz had 4 hits including his 33rd homer of the season, and Yonder Alonso helped out with 3 RBIs.

Toronto Blue Jays 2  Minnesota Twins 3: The Twins dragged this one into the 10th, and ended it through Byron Buxton’s home run to give them a walk off win, their third in a row.

Houston Astros 5  Los Angeles Angels 2: Brad Peacock improved to 11-2 after a strong 6-inning performance, while Marwin Gonzalez reached 80 RBIs this season with a couple of hits and two Rib-eyes.

American League Standings

American League EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Boston Red Sox83630.56846–2837–35
New York Yankees80660.548341–2739–39
Baltimore Orioles72750.49011½44–3028–45
Tampa Bay Rays72750.49011½37–3635–39
Toronto Blue Jays68790.46315½39–3629–43
Cleveland Indians91560.61943–2948–27
Minnesota Twins77690.52713½38–3739–32
Kansas City Royals72740.49318½39–3633–38
Detroit Tigers60860.41130½32–3928–47
Chicago White Sox59870.40431½34–4025–47
Houston Astros88580.60341–3147–27
Los Angeles Angels74720.5071439–3335–39
Seattle Mariners74730.50314½39–3635–37
Texas Rangers72740.4931639–3533–39
Oakland Athletics64820.4382442–3322–49

National League Standings

National League EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Washington Nationals89570.61044–3045–27
Miami Marlins68780.4662136–3532–43
Atlanta Braves66790.45522½33–3933–40
New York Mets63830.4322633–4130–42
Philadelphia Phillies57890.3903231–3726–52
Chicago Cubs80660.54843–3237–34
Milwaukee Brewers77690.527341–3336–36
St. Louis Cardinals77690.527342–3235–37
Pittsburgh Pirates68790.46312½39–3429–45
Cincinnati Reds63840.42917½36–3627–48
Los Angeles Dodgers94520.64452–2342–29
Arizona Diamondbacks85620.57848–2737–35
Colorado Rockies80670.54414½41–3139–36
San Diego Padres65810.4452939–3526–46
San Francisco Giants56910.38138½32–4024–51

AL Wild Card Standings

Wild Card teams
(Top 2 qualify for 1-game playoff)
New York Yankees80660.548+3
Minnesota Twins77690.527
Los Angeles Angels74720.5073
Seattle Mariners74730.503
Kansas City Royals72740.4935
Texas Rangers72740.4935
Baltimore Orioles72750.490
Tampa Bay Rays72750.490
Toronto Blue Jays68790.463
Oakland Athletics64820.43813
Detroit Tigers60860.41117
Chicago White Sox59870.40418

NL Wild Card Standings

Wild Card teams
(Top 2 qualify for 1-game playoff)
Arizona Diamondbacks85620.578+5
Colorado Rockies80670.544
Milwaukee Brewers77690.527
St. Louis Cardinals77690.527
Miami Marlins68780.46611½
Pittsburgh Pirates68790.46312
Atlanta Braves66790.45513
San Diego Padres65810.44514½
New York Mets63830.43216½
Cincinnati Reds63840.42917
Philadelphia Phillies57890.39022½
San Francisco Giants56910.38124
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