This was the last day of the MLB regular season

The Major League Baseball (MLB) 2021 regular season finished this afternoon to define the last classified to the playoffs and this is the list of the most relevant results.

15 games were played.

Until before this day, those classified for the next round were: Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago White Sox, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Saint Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Interestingly, the only division championship that was vacant was that of the West of the National League, whose leader was Giants, but a loss to San Diego Padres and the potential triumph of Dodgers upon Brewers he changed positions at the last minute.

On the other hand, there were two comodines.

In fact, the places that were available were only those of the American League and the dispute was between three contenders: Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners.

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The Massachusetts team he closed with a record of 92-70, like his greatest rival; the one in Washington He finished with a 90-72 record and did not reach him because the other two left him behind.

Boston surpassed Washington Nationals and New York a Tampa Bay.

Therefore, there were several battles that defined important things such as the only missing division champion and the last two invited to the playoffs heading to the World Series.

This was the activity of the Last day of the 2021 MLB regular season:


DEVERS DOES IT AGAIN — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

The @Yankees walk it off into the postseason! #CLINCHED — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

Alex Verdugo with his biggest hit of the year! — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

Someone’s gotta play spoiler! #Game162 — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

The @Angels went to Jared in #Game162 — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

The @SFGiants are coming for that NL West — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

No. 37 for Rafael Devers — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

The @SFGiants have won 107 games, the most in their history — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

TREA TURNER SLAM That’s his second in three days — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021

Have Mercy! Jordy Mercer gives the Nationals the lead. — MLB (@MLB) October 3, 2021