Buster breaks down Thursday's slate, including a three touchdown performance from the A's and the Red Sox locking up the AL East.
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The American League East race is over. The key now for the Bombers: Win the first wild-card spot and then decide who's going to pitch.
Mookie Betts and the Boston Red Sox won their third consecutive AL East championship Thursday night, clinching on enemy turf with an 11-6 victory over the rival New York Yankees.
Mookie Betts was the star at the plate Thursday night in the Bronx, collecting four hits and five RBIs as the Boston Red Sox clinched their third straight AL East title, the longest such streak in franchise history.
When New York Yankees first baseman Luke Voit mashed a long second-inning home run Thursday night, he helped put his team in the major league record books.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to explain why Gary Sanchez needs to play, why the Red Sox might be flawed and why Masahiro Tanaka should pitch the wildcard playoff.
Buster talks to Keith Law about the Dodgers coming together at the right time, the level of concern over Boston's stumble & more (:33). Plus, a conversation with the great Dan Shulman (23:32), Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (35:23) and Josh acts out the dialogue of the guys who found the Red Sox's AL East championship banner (15:26).
BBTN Scoreboard: Dodgers Keep Rolling, Yanks Spoil Another Celebration, Milestone Walkoff For Kipnis
Buster recaps all of Wednesday's MLB action, including another win for the Dodgers, the Yankees staving off a Boston celebration again, and a milestone walkoff for Jason Kipnis.
Luke Voit hit two homers off David Price, Miguel Andujar popped another one barely into the right-field seats and the New York Yankees stalled Boston's division-clinching celebration by beating the Red Sox 10-1 on Wednesday night.
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman, who was placed on the DL on Aug. 22 with left knee tendinitis, has been activated. He is 3-0 with 31 saves this season.
Buster recaps all of Tuesdayâs MLB action, including a comeback win for the Yankees, the emergence of Josh James for the Astros, an update on Trevor Story and much more.
As the Yankees slugger returns to the lineup after a broken wrist, the focus is getting him prepared to deliver in the postseason.
Bullpen woes could handicap both contenders heading into October. Can they take a page from past pennant winners with similar setbacks?
Neil Walker hit a three-run homer, Zach Britton started a game-ending double play on New York's third try in the ninth inning and the Yankees kept the Boston Red Sox from a bubbly celebration in the Bronx for at least another night with a 3-2 victory...
Yankees manager Aaron Boone says LHP Justus Sheffield could give the team "a couple of innings (out of the bullpen) if we needed it."
Despite going 0-for-4 in his return, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge said "everything felt good" and that he was "excited" about getting his first start since fracturing his wrist July 26.