The New York Yankees clinched the American League East for the first time since 2012, and they did it with a bit of flair. Just watch shortstop Didi Gregorius make this outstanding yet quite confusing play in the top of the sixth.
Didi threw across his body and yet somehow managed to spin the opposite way of his natural throwing motion. Just writing that out made my head spin. And then of course he jogs off the field like it's a routine play for him, which at this point, it is.
Either way, he got the final out and brought the Yankees an inning closer to clinching another divisional title, which they eventually did as Aroldis Chapman struck out Albert Pujols for the win.