Tigers manager Jim Leyland is carried off the field by his players after beating the Yankees.
For the first time since 1998, the four Division Series were wrapped up in fewer than five games. The Cardinals were the final team in, ousting the Padres in four. The Tigers finished the Yankees in four games as well, while the Mets and A's swept their way into the LCS. DET | OAK | NYM | STL
The Athletics made it a clean sweep in the American League Division Series, getting four RBIs from Marco Scutaro plus homers from Eric Chavez and Milton Bradley to defeat the Twins, 8-3. Oakland snapped its nine-game streak of losses in ALDS elimination games. Wrap | Box score | Own the clincher
Jeremy Bonderman set the tone on the mound, and Tigers hitters did the rest during Saturday's 8-3 trouncing of the Yankees in Game 4 to win their American League Division Series before a frenzied crowd in Detroit. The Tigers play the A's in the ALCS beginning Tuesday. Wrap | Box score | Own the clincher
With a 6-2 win over the Padres in Game 4 of the NLDS on Sunday, the Cards are in the NLCS for the third consecutive season and will face the Mets. Chris Carpenter tossed seven-plus innings and was backed by a four-run sixth. Wrap | Box score | Own the game
The Mets started strong and answered an impressive Dodgers rally to earn a 9-5 win and advance to the NLCS with a sweep Saturday. Ex-Dodgers Shawn Green and Paul Lo Duca each had two RBIs for New York and Jeff Kent hit a two-run homer for L.A. Wrap | Box score | Own the clincher
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