09/28/2011 06:58 pm ET Updated Nov 28, 2011

MLB Wild Card Races: LIVE UPDATES Of Red Sox-Orioles, Rays-Yankees, Braves-Phillies, Cardinals-Astros

It has all come down to the final game(s) of the season. Well, it could come down to an extra game tomorrow if things stay the way they are.

The Red Sox and Rays are tied for the A.L. wild-card spot with one game to go. Boston takes on Baltimore and Tampa Bay squares off against the A.L. East champions, the New York Yankees. Both games will begin at 7:05 p.m. ET.

In the National League, the Braves and Cardinals are tied for the wild card. Atlanta must beat the team with the league's best record, the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis has to beat the league's worst team, the Houston Astros. The Phils and Braves get underway at 7:00 while the other Senior Circuit tilt gets started in Houston at 8:05 p.m. ET.

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Yankees 7 Rays 8 Red Sox 3 Orioles 4 Cardinals 8 Astros 0 Phillies 4 Braves 3

09/29/2011 12:09 AM EDT

World Wide Walk-Offs

Moments after the Orioles get a Walk-Off win over Red Sox, the Rays get one over the Yankees. Boston is eliminated. Rays advance.

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Back in Tampa

The crowd sees the Sox score and it's as loud as it's been. Upton went down on strikes to open bottom of the 12th. Longoria up facing Proctor.

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Andino pulled a sharp looper that drops in front of a sliding Crawford. Reimold comes around scores. Stunning stunning comeback win when down to their last strike. Wow.

09/29/2011 12:01 AM EDT

And Yankees Can't Score

Rays escape major jam in to 12th. And they've got the heart of the order coming up.

09/29/2011 12:00 AM EDT


Down to their last strike and Reimold strokes a double that scores Davis to tie the game!!!!!

09/28/2011 11:59 PM EDT

One More Strike

Is All Boston needs. Papelbon looks in on Reimold with a 2-2 count.

09/28/2011 11:58 PM EDT

Two Outs In Tampa

Dickerson is struck out by McGee. Gardner up as Rays look to escape jam.

09/28/2011 11:57 PM EDT

Nolan Reimold

Could, possibly, hit a walk-off home run for the O's.