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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

That inning by Adam Cimber will be remembered by the Cleveland staff as it evaluates postseason matchups. Good work.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

We're about to get started on Sunday Night Baseball -- Red Sox at Cleveland, two AL division winners. An early start, at 7:07 Eastern.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

After today's game, Kris Bryant reiterated that his shoulder is fine. He indicated recently that he feels a little bit like he's in spring training mode considering how much time he missed being on the DL. He repeated that again today as Joe Maddon gave him the day off as much for that as he did for the shoulder: “I don't want to say I'm feeling something (in his shoulder) . I'm just tired from playing, you know?” Bryant said.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Kyle Schwarber discuss hitting a HR off a lefty on Sunday — though his interview is interrupted by Tigers Woods on the clubhouse tv.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs reduced their magic number to clinch the NL central to 5 behind a 6-1 win over the White Sox. Kyle Hendricks had another strong outing, pitching into the 8th inning before tiring. The Cubs will host Pittsburgh and St. Louis over the next 7 days as they look to clinch their 3rd consecutive division title.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Didi Gregorius has torn cartilage in his right wrist. He got injured sliding at home plate during yesterday's game. Aaron Boone told reporters in his postgame presser that Gregorius had an MRI and a cortisol shot and will be re-evaluated in a few days. Yankees are uncertain as to when he'll return to the lineup.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees could be without Didi Gregorius. Aaron Boone says the SS tore cartilage on his wrist on the slide home on Saturday's game-winning score. He will be re-evaluated in a few days. Has had a cortisone shot.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Zobrist is 3 for 3 today so far, raising his batting average to .316 on the season. He said recently he would love to hit over .300 as he's never done it in his career. The closest he came was in 2009 when he hit .297. He's 37 year old.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Bryant won't start on Sunday against lefty Carlos Rodon due to 'fatigue' in his left shoulder. Joe Maddon stressed the shoulder wasn't sore but Bryant is feeling a loss of "strength." It's been a nagging injury for most of the season for the former MVP: "We knew we would have to be proactive about giving him rest. It just so happened he needed it today," Maddon said.