After slugging their teams into the postseason, the Indians' José Ramírez and the Braves' Freddie Freeman were named MLB's Players of the Month for September on Monday.

Ramírez led the Majors with a 1.294 OPS during the month, batting .366/.453/.841 with an American League-best 10 home runs as well as 24 RBIs. He led the way for the Cleveland offense as the Tribe clinched the No. 4 seed in the AL playoff bracket.

Ramírez finished the regular season with 17 home runs and 10 stolen bases, plus an AL-best 45 runs scored.