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Game 3s: Night and day

Thursday’s game:Cardinals 6, Astros 4 Yesterday’s games:Astros 5, Cardinals 2Yankees 19, Red Sox 8 Cardinals lead series 2-1There was little attention paid to baseball the past few days because Notre Dame was playing Navy at Giants Stadium, and with so many college friends and their families in, we didn’t spend too much time watching the

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ALCS Game 2: Daddy’s Day

Yesterday’s games:Yankees 3, Red Sox 1Cardinals 10, Astros 7 Yankees lead series 2-0Red Sox Nation is calling it. Time of death: 10:28 p.m. Or whenever Olerud’s homer landed in the right-field seats. The long-suffering Boston fans can’t see a comeback from an 0-2 hole. At least there shouldn’t be any offseason second-guessing and questioning —

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ALCS Game 1: It’s Godzilla!

Yesterday’s game:Yankees 10, Red Sox 7 Yankees lead series, 1-0After it was 8-0, I wasn’t watching. So I guess I missed the actual game. Well, it clearly showed us a few things: 1. The Red Sox are never out of it. We already know the Yankees – they of the 61 come-from-behind victories this season

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On to the ALCS

Yesterday’s game:Astros 12, Braves 3 Astros win series, 3-2Thirteen division titles — or whatever it is — and one measly World Series victory to show for it. This has got to be the worst dynasty ever. Watch: the first team to win the division other than the Braves will probably go on to win the

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Postseason thoughts, Day 5

Saturday’s games:Astros 8, Braves 5Yankees 6, Twins 5, 11 inningsDodgers 4, Cardinals 0 Yesterday’s games:Braves 6, Astros 5Cardinals 6, Dodgers 2 Yankees win series, 3-1There wasn’t much doubt how this one would turn out, especially after the Twins blew Game 2. Even when the Yankees aren’t as good as they’re perceived to be, or they’ve

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