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Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 17, 2018

I guess Clayton Kershaw is getting sick of the “Kershaw can’t pitch in October” narrative. He was great in the Division Series, not so great in his first outing in the NLCS. 552 more words

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Retroactively Awarding Division Series MVPs from 1995 to 2018

The Division Series are now all complete. But before we move on to the ALCS or NLCS, why not award an MVP for the Division Series. 5,823 more words

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Most Recent Cycle Hit For Each MLB Franchise (Updated For Brock Holt, October 8, 2018 )

A POST SEASON CYCLE!

OK, so Brock Holt got his homer off of a position player pitching. But hey! A position player pitching in the post season is almost as rare as a player hitting for the cycle in a playoff game. 357 more words

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Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 7, 2018

In 2014, Erik Kratz sat on the bench and did not get into a single game as the Royals played an Extra Inning Wild Card Game, 3 Division Series Games, 4 ALCS Games and a World Series that went the full 7. 394 more words

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Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 4, 2018

Christian Yelich is still owning baseball even if it is October. He and Giancarlo Stanton have each homered in their first post season game. Little solace for Marlins fans. 371 more words

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Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 3, 2018

This Wild Card Game wasn’t the thriller that the National League marathon was. But it was decisive win for the Yankees who still have visions of a World Series dancing in their heads. 259 more words

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Sully Baseball Podcast: Tony Wolters, Requiem For The Cubs and A Great Opening Act - October 3, 2018

As Vin Scully would say, not a bad opening act for the post season. Tony Wolters becomes the hero and demonstrates why baseball is so wonderful in creating unlikely immortals. 69 more words

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