Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey threw a no-hitter in this game. It was the second of his career, and he became the first pitcher since Nolan Ryan in 1974/1975 to throw the last two no-hitters in baseball.
This was the first playoff game in the nation's capital since Game 5 the 1933 World Series at Griffith Stadium. That day, the New York Giants defeated the Washington Senators 4-3 in 10 innings to win the World Series in five games.
During this game MLB Network cut away to the final three innings of the Philadelphia Phillies vs. Florida Marlins game where Roy Halladay secured the 20th perfect game in MLB history.
This was the Cleveland Indians' 11th consecutive loss.
New York Yankees 3
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2
Kansas City Royals 9
Detroit Tigers 2
This was the second game of a doubleheader. The Yankees also won the first game by a score of 4-1.
New York Yankees 2
Chicago White Sox 3
Seattle Mariners 1
Texas Rangers 7
Today's trivia question: Who was the last major league player to bat without a helmet?
On the 70th anniversary of Lou Gehrig's Luckiest Man speech, former Texas first baseman Pete O'Brien recited an abbreviated version of Yankee great's words before the game.
Chicago White Sox 10
Cincinnati Reds 8
The annual Civil Rights Game, held for the first time as part of the regular season, paid tribute to those who have worked for equality, including Hank Aaron. Aaron, boxer Muhammad Ali and entertainer Bill Cosby were honored on the field before Hall of Famer Frank Robinson threw out the ceremonial first pitch to fellow Hall of Famer Tony Perez.
The teams dressed in their 1964 uniforms to highlight the year that the Civil Rights Act was passed outlawing discrimination. The White Sox wore all-blue uniforms while the Reds wore vest-style jerseys featuring large numbers on the back with the players' names below.
San Diego Padres 8
Philadelphia Phillies 5
This was the first game played in the new Yankee Stadium.