Pinch-hitter Mike Carp drove in the tying run with an eighth-inning double and then scored on a double by Dustin Pedroia as the Boston Red Sox rallied for a 7-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday.
Follow that, Pep.
Jupp Heynckes is leaving Bayern Munich having set the bar for Pep Guardiola as high as the Wembley Stadium arch.
In England's national stadium Saturday, on the penultimate step of Heynckes' farewell tour, the retiring coach delivered Bayern's fifth European Cup with a 2-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund.
The Bundesliga trophy has been collected after a record-breaking season, and Heynckes can sign out next Saturday by completing the treble in the German Cup final.
Guardiola has chosen Bayern to end his sabbatical from football since leaving Barcelona a year ago.
Saturday's success means Guardiola's first shot at a trophy with Bayern will be the UEFA SuperCup in August against Chelsea.
Josh Hamilton and Hank Conger homered to back Billy Buckner's first major league win since 2009, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 7-0 on Saturday for their seventh straight victory.
The resurgent Angels have outscored opponents 54-18 during their longest winning streak of the season.
Conger's opposite-field shot leading off the sixth inning was the first hit off Jeremy Guthrie, who dropped his third consecutive outing after going a Royals-record 18 starts in a row without a loss.
Hamilton homered with two outs in the seventh, his 900th career hit.
Arjen Robben scored in the 89th minute to give Bayern Munich a 2-1 win over German rival Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final Saturday, ending four years of frustration for his team in Europe's biggest tournament.
Robben ran onto Franck Ribery's backheeled flick in the penalty area and put the ball past goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller to send Bayern to its first Champions League victory since 2001.