The celebration was on at Frontier Field, as the Red Wings clinched the wildcard playoff spot Monday.
The Wings jumped all over Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, leading 12-3 after three.
Before the game had wrapped, the Wings learned the Norfolk Tides lost, meaning they were playoff-bound if they could hold the lead, which they did.
The Wings on-field celebration spilled into the clubhouse, literally. The corks were popped creating a wild scene.
This year's team endured numerous player moves and a near-late season collapse, but battled back to clinch the wildcard berth on the last day of the regular season.
"The character of the club just answered the call the last few days and played good baseball and a couple of them were a little shaky, but to come out today on the last day and do what we did, scoring nine in the first. These guys wanted it bad and we know Norfolk did too and we just feel blessed to have it come down to the last day and win like this," said manager Gene Glynn.
This will be Rochester's first postseason appearance since 2006. The Wings will open the International League playoffs this week when they host Pawtucket on Wednesday. Game two of the best-of-five series is Thursday.