null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null Baseball null Each night in the 2016 baseball season we'll run down the top news, facts and highlights from around Major League Baseball.The Yankees ended the rival Red Sox's 11-game winning streak Tuesday at Yankee Stadium, and with some help from the Blue Jays, delayed Boston's AL East-clinching celebration on their home field.  The Red Sox entered with a magic number of one, but with a 6-4 loss to the Yankees, paired with the Blue Jays' 5-1 victory over the Orioles, were unable to gain any ground over Toronto in the division. Yankees rookie Gary Sanchez put New York on the board with a first-inning home run as the phenom matched Wally Berger as the fastest players in history to 20 homers. Sanchez's long ball was one of three the Yankees used to defeat David Price, who served up a go-ahead two-run shot to rookie Tyler Austin in the seventh.  MORE: David Ortiz leads list of second-chance starsPrice surrendered 12 hits to tie his season high and increased his season ERA against the Yankees to a dismal 7.88. Clay Buchholz will toe the rubber for the Red Sox on Wednesday looking to give his club its second division title in four seasons. Player of the dayMiguel Cabrera, Tigers — The slugger went 3 for 3 with a home run and five RBIs in the Tigers' 12-0 rout of the Indians, who put a makeshift lineup on the field after celebrating the AL Central crown Monday night. HighlightCardinals rookie Aledmys Diaz hit a grand slam in his first game since attending a private memorial for childhood friend Jose Fernandez in Miami.Aledmys Diaz, childhood friend of Jose Fernandez, hits grand slam in his 1st AB back— Baseball Fam (@ShtBallPlayrsDo) September 28, 2016MORE: Marlins holding public memorial for FernandezThree things to know— With a solo home run against the Phillies, his 33rd long ball of the season, Braves slugger Freddie Freeman extended his hit streak to 29 games and his on-base streak to 45.— Nationals ace Max Scherzer (19-7) hurled his 13th 10-strikeout game of the season, most in the majors. It's Scherzer's 39th such game since 2013, most in .— The Mets announced Steven Matz is being shut down for 2016 due to a shoulder injury. He will also undergo a procedure next week to remove bone spurs in his left elbow.MORE: Worst September meltdowns in baseball historyWhat's nextBrewers (71-87) at Rangers (93-65), 8:05 p.m. ET: W

ith the Red Sox's loss and a win over the Brewers, the Rangers took over the No. 1 seed in the American League by a half-game. Chase Anderson (9-11, 4.36 ERA) takes the mound for the Brewers while Cole Hamels (15-5, 3.30 ERA) looks to build on his last start of seven scoreless innings when the Rangers clinched the AL West title.