The St Louis Cardinals claimed the MLB's National League Central title with a 9-0 rout of the Chicago Cubs.
Sunday's victory improved the Cardinals' record to 91-71, and they completed the regular season in dominant fashion to finish two games ahead of the Milwaukee Brewers, who lost to the Colorado Rockies in 13 innings.
Paul Goldschmidt went three for four, hit a home run and tallied two RBIs for St Louis, while Matt Carpenter notched three RBIs of his own.
The Cubs, who before the game fired manager Joe Maddon, managed only three hits, with Jack Flaherty striking out six in seven scoreless innings.
The Cardinals now turn their attention to the National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves, which gets underway on Wednesday.
Lynn leads Rangers past Yankees
Lance Lynn tallied 10 strikeouts as the Texas Rangers topped the New York Yankees 6-1.
Brad Miller went four for five and hit two home runs but the Miami Marlins topped the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3.
Matt Thaiss hit a pair of home runs and drove in four in the Los Angeles Angels' 8-5 loss to the Houston Astros.
Reds win but Peraza struggles
Jose Peraza went 0 for five as the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-1.
Washington's Matt Adams went 0 for four in the Nationals' 8-2 win over the Cleveland Indians.
Wilkerson with a highlight-reel catch!
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Stevie Wilkerson hauls in arguably the most spectacular catch of 2019.
Washington Nationals 8-2 Cleveland Indians
Texas Rangers 6-1 New York Yankees
Miami Marlins 4-3 Philadelphia Phillies
Cincinnati Reds 3-1 Pittsburgh Pirates
Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 San Francisco Giants
Boston Red Sox 5-4 Baltimore Orioles
Toronto Blue Jays 8-3 Tampa Bay Rays
Houston Astros 8-5 Los Angeles Angels
Chicago White Sox 5-3 Detroit Tigers
Colorado Rockies 4-3 Milwaukee Brewers
Seattle Mariners 3-1 Oakland Athletics
Arizona Diamondbacks 1-0 San Diego Padres
Kansas City Royals 5-4 Minnesota Twins
New York Mets 7-6 Atlanta Braves
St Louis Cardinals 9-0 Chicago Cubs
Brewers at Nationals
Playoff baseball has finally arrived. Nationals ace Max Scherzer (11-7, 2.93 ERA) faces Brandon Woodruff (11-3, 3.62) in the wild-card clash.