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On Sunday, September 27 2014, the biggest rival in baseball history was put on hold to honor one of the greatest players to ever step foot on the field, Derek Jeter. The two teams have competed in MLB’s American
The Tampa Bay Rays ended their season with a 7-2 loss against the Cleveland Indians to finish the 2014 season 77-85.
In honor of Derek Jeter's great career coming to an end, the Empire State Building lit up Sunday night with white and blue and the No. 2.
With a 2-4 effort in the season finale Sunday, Jose Altuve has cemented himself in history as the first ever Astros player to win a batting title.
In the season finale the Marlins were no-hit by Jordan Zimmerman. Zimmerman is the first pitcher in Nationals franchise history to throw a no-hitter.
With the batting title on the line, the Houston Astros were apparently telling Jose Altuve that he would sit in the season finale today.
Today is the last day of Derek Jeter's 20-year major league career and he is batting second and serving as the designated hitter for the New York Yankees.
Though Paul Konerko hasn't spend his entire major league career with Chicago, he has spend 16 of his 18 seasons at the major league level there.
As we get ready for the final day of the 2014 regular season, here's a look at what playoff spots and game 163's are on the line.
The Rays began play Saturday last in the American League in runs, but manager Joe Maddon says he doesn't expect any coaching changes next season.