A look at what's happening around the major leagues Saturday:

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WILD, WILD WEST

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Playoff positions are still up for grabs in the AL West with two days left in the season. Hector Santiago (9-9) and the Los Angeles Angels are on the road to face Colby Lewis (17-9) and the Rangers, who have clinched a trip to the postseason. Mike Trout and the Angels can't win the division, but they're still chasing a wild card. Also in the running for baseball's final playoff berth are Minnesota and Houston. Collin McHugh (8-7) starts for the Astros in an interleague game at Arizona.

TO THE SHOWERS

The Mets, Phillies and Orioles are scheduled to host doubleheaders, all caused by rainouts Friday. Wet weather is supposed to linger on the East Coast, though the threat from Hurricane Joaquin in the upcoming days appears to be fading. The NL East champion Mets host Washington in a split doubleheader at Citi Field, and are trying to beat out the Dodgers for home-field advantage in their Division Series matchup next week.

PLENTY TO PLAY FOR

While the surprising Twins are trying to nab the last wild card, the AL Central champion Royals are looking to beat out Toronto for home-field advantage throughout the postseason. Minnesota lefty Tommy Milone (9-5) faces Yordano Ventura (12-8) and the visiting Royals.

ONE LAST TRY

Shelby Miller makes his last start of the season for Atlanta, hoping to end one of the most puzzling streaks in recent years. An All-Star this season, Miller is winless in his last 24 starts - he's 0-16 despite a solid 3.77 ERA in that span. The Braves haven't scored much for him, a big reason he's neared the major league record of 28 straight winless starts shared by Jo-Jo Reyes, Matt Keough and Cliff Curtis. Miller's final chance this year comes at home against St. Louis, the team that traded him to Atlanta last November and now leads the big leagues in wins.

END OF THE ROAD

Indians right-hander Corey Kluber hopes to finish his rocky season on a high note when he pitches against the Red Sox. Kluber won the AL Cy Young Award last season with an 18-9 record and a 2.44 ERA, but his numbers have fallen off significantly. He takes an 8-16 mark and a 3.62 ERA into his last start of 2015. Kluber hasn't won since Aug. 14.