Cuban ranger Yasiel Puig hit the first of three Los Angeles Dodgers homers, who blew the San Diego Padres 10-0.
The Dodgers (102-57) still have the best current record and tied the franchise record in number of victories in a season, with 102, which they won for the last time in 1974.
The Los Angeles Novena will host the first game of the National League Division Series against wild card winner October 6 at Dodger Stadium.
Puig (27) threw the ball off the field in the fifth inning against off-pitcher Clayton Richard, with no runners ahead, with two outs in the inning.
Ranger Curtis Granderson (26) and short innkeeper Corey Seager (22) also sounded the wood.
The win was for starter Rich Hill (12-8) in seven innings, allowing two hits, giving two walks and striking out 10 hitters.
The Padres lost with starting pitcher Clayton Richard (8-15) in five innings, with a punishment of eight hits, home run and eight runs.