|The Royals broke out for 10 runs in Game 6, which was more than enough support for rookie starter Yordano Ventura, who tossed seven shoutout innings to help force a decisive Game 7.
More» Royals score seven runs in 2nd inning|
|Madison Bumgarner was a rock again Tuesday for the Giants in Game 1, becoming the first pitcher in World Series history to string together three straight appearances featuring at least seven innings, no more than three hits and no more than one run allowed.
More»MadBum unveils his excellence in World Series career|
|With his walk-off shot in the ninth inning Thursday, the Giants' Travis Ishikawa joined Chris Chambliss, Aaron Boone and Magglio Ordonez as the fourth player to hit a pennant-winning home run in the League Championship Series era.
More»Series-ending walk-off homers in LCS history|
|With their 2-1 win Tuesday in Game 3 of the ALCS vs. the Orioles, the Royals became just the third team in history to begin a postseason with seven consecutive wins.
More» Cain on Royals 2-1 win over Orioles|
|The Cardinals and Giants advanced to the National League Championship Series with 3-2 wins on Tuesday. There have been 10 one-run games through the NLDS this year -- four more than a year ago, and two more than in 2012.
More» Cardinals advance to 2014 NLCS|
|The Royals got home runs from Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas and six innings of two-run ball from James Shields, and that formula helped Kansas City to an 8-3 victory that sealed a three-game sweep over the Angels in the ALDS.
More» Orioles, Royals sweep|
|No team had more multihomer games than the O's, who used their power to slug past the Tigers in Game 1 of their ALDS series. While K.C. won their ALDS opener on a Mike Moustakas homer in the 11th, the Royals again showed that they could find a way to win with one or fewer long balls in a game.
More» Cruz opens scoring with two-run homer|
|Royals catcher Salvador Perez produced the seventh extra-inning walk-off hit in a winner-take all postseason game in the Royals' 9-8 win over the Athletics on Tuesday in an epic American League Wild Card Game.
More» Royals advance to ALDS on Perez's walk-off hit|
|In Washington on Sunday, Jordan Zimmermann threw the fifth no-hitter in Expos/Nationals history. The 143rd no-hitter in National League history (not counting Roy Halladay's for the Phillies in the postseason) had some interesting nuggets aligned with the command performance in which Zimmermann struck out 10 with one walk.
More»MIA@WSH Zimmermann throws no-hitter vs. Marlins|
|Derek Jeter's walk-off single in the ninth Thursday was a fitting end to his career in the Bronx, as the Yankees captain has been one of the most productive players at home in MLB history.
More» Derek Jeter's final homestand|
|With Derek Jeter preparing for his games this weekend in Boston, MLB.com's Roger Schlueter take a look at three of the Yankees shortstop's most impressive statistical seasons of his 20-year Major League career.
More»Jeter's historic career defined by the numbers|
|Royals rookie right-hander Yordano Ventura tossed seven scoreless innings Tuesday vs. the Indians, improving to 7-2 with a 2.08 ERA in his past 10 starts.
More» Ventura tosses seven scoreless vs. Tribe|
|When it comes to starters and punchout rates, the Indians -- in Corey Kluber -- have a pretty good alpha dog, and with a week to go in the 2014 season, are just 37 strikeouts from tying a record set last year by the Tigers, who amassed 1,428 K's.
More» Kluber strikes out 14 in stellar outing|
|Mariners ace Felix Hernandez tossed seven shutout innings vs. the Angels on Thursday but came away with a no-decision. It marked the eight time since 2005 he'd gone at least seven scoreless without a decision.
More» Felix fans 11 in milestone start|
|Facing the Reds on Tuesday, right-hander Jake Arrieta lost his no-hit bid with one out in the eighth inning and had to settle for a one-hit shutout with 13 K's and one walk. The dominating effort -- which produced a game score of 97 -- was the highlight of the Cubs' 7-0 victory.
More» Arrieta fans 13 in one-hit shutout of Reds|
|With less than a month remaining in his seventh big league season, Clayton Kershaw carries a career 2.48 ERA. This mark -- built over 1,365 1/3 innings -- is the second lowest in the liveball era for all pitchers with at least 1,000 innings through their first seven years. It rests just ahead of Whitey Ford's 2.60 and just behind Tom Seaver's 2.38, and has more than a little something to do with how Kershaw has fared when facing the San Francisco Giants.
More» Kershaw fans nine over eight to stump Giants|
|White Sox southpaw Chris Sale demonstrated the full range of his dominance Thursday with eight innings, two hits, no runs and nine strikeouts. With the effort, Sale improved to 12-3, lowered his ERA to 1.99 and polished some other pretty historic numbers.
More» Sale fans nine in dominant outing vs. A's|
|The Tigers' 4-2 win over the Royals on Tuesday pulled them into a tie atop the American League Central standings. Detroit has gone 11-4 against Kansas City this year and 38-14 since 2012 against its top division competition.
More» J.D. Martinez launches a solo home run|
|O's slugger Nelson Cruz enjoyed a seven-RBI day on Sunday, the third time he achieved that feat. Yet he's still only has a third of the seven-RBI games that Lou Gehrig recorded during his Hall of Fame career.
More» Cruz powers O's to victory with seven RBIs|
|Since 1960, there have only been 17 players who have posted an OPS+ of at least 160 and a strikeout rate below eight percent. The Tigers' Victor Martinez could be No. 18 this year -- and the first switch-hitter.
More» V-Mart hammers three-run homer in 11th frame|