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Eyeing the rest of the postseason

ALCSTwins vs. YankeesWhether or not the Twins need Johan Santana to close out the ALDS against the A’s will have a lot of bearing on this series. If Santana can go in Game 1 — and potentially give the Twins three starts, if they need them — the Twins can have a better shot at

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ALCS Game 7: Evil Empire crumbles

Yesterday’s games: Red Sox 10, Yankees 3 Cardinals something, Astros less Red Sox win series 4-3 Let’s face it, this was the game of the year. Sure, my prediction from the start of the postseason turned out to be wrong, but as I said then — I couldn’t see myself calling it until it was

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ALCS Game 6: Schilling’s gutty performance

Yesterday’s game:Red Sox 4, Yankees 2 Yankees-Red Sox series tied 3-3Holy shit. First team down 0-3 to even get to Game 7. So I guess this series did turn out to be quite exciting after all. It’s down to one winner-take-all game, Derek Lowe against someone, as of this morning, yet to be determined. Kevin

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Game 5s: Walking off

Yesterday’s games:Red Sox 5, Yankees 4, 14 inningsAstros 3, Cardinals 0 Astros lead series 3-2Watching the other game while working tonight, we didn’t flip over to check on this one at all. So when it came over to Fox, we saw the scoreless game featuring two one-hitters — an amazing pitching duel, the kind of

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Game 4s: BELT-ran and solving Rivera

Yesterday’s games:Astros 6, Cardinals 5Red Sox 6, Yankees 4, 12 innings Cardinals-Astros series tied 2-2Well, here we are. Series tied. Fresh start. Best of three. We’ll have to see how the rookie Brandon Backe does tonight at home, where the Astros haven’t lost since August 22, when the Cubs won the rubber match of a

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