The Arizona Diamondbacks completed an improbable run to their first NL West crown in four years, beating San Francisco 3-1 Friday night when rookie Paul Goldschmidt lined a two-run triple off Sergio Romo in the eighth inning.
The celebration started on the field, moved into the clubhouse, then back onto the field. Eventually, for a few players, it ended in the pool behind the wall in right center for a still-in-uniform swim that never felt so good.
In the middle of a surprising season, the Cleveland Indians are getting an ace rather than trading one away.
Veteran infielder Orlando Cabrera has been traded from Cleveland to the San Francisco Giants.
Derek Jeter's bid for one of baseball's most hallowed milestones, the 3,000-hit club, a place none of the New York Yankees' other greats ever reached, is almost complete.
The downtown ballpark, pulsating at times this season like it hasn't in years, suddenly filled with a familiar chant.
Brandon League sat and stared into his locker in disbelief.
While the Boston Red Sox got all the attention, the Cleveland Indians quietly went about their business at Progressive Field.
The Indians' Carlos Santana has caught a popped bunt to begin a triple play for Cleveland in his first major league start at first base.