■In his final game as the Indians’ bench coach amid a battle with Parkinson’s disease, Tim Tolman took over as acting manager following Manny Acta’s first-inning ejection. Tolman, 55, was diagnosed with the disease two years ago.
■The Marlins bid their much-maligned stadium goodbye. They move into a new ballpark next year with new manager Ozzie Guillen. The Marlins drew 1.52 million fans at home to finish last in the NL in attendance for the seventh consecutive year.
■Hitless in 46 at-bats since May 2010, Dodgers infielder Eugenio Velez broke the modern record for non-pitchers with one more than the mark shared by Pittsburgh’s Bill Bergen (1909), Dave Campbell of San Diego and St. Louis (1973), and Milwaukee’s Craig Counsell (this season).
■The Rangers’ Mike Napoli hit six of his career-high 30 homers against the Angels, his former team.
■ The Reds’ Drew Stubbs struck out 205 times, ending Mark Reynolds’s three-year run as strikeout king.
■Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan rejoined the team for the final game of the regular season after missing more than a month to tend to his wife, Jeanine, who is recovering from surgery to remove a brain tumor.
■Cameron Maybin became the ninth Padres player to steal 40 bases.
■Miguel Batista pitched a two-hitter for his first complete game since July 19, 2006.
■John Gordon, the primary radio voice of the Twins since 1987, called his last game in the broadcast booth, which the team named after him in honor of his retirement.
■Ichiro Suzuki had 184 hits, ending his record streak of 10 consecutive 200-hit seasons.
■The Pirates (72-90) had a losing record for a major league-record 19th straight season, extending their own record.