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Last posted Dec 21, 2013 at 04:53PM EST. Added Mar 01, 2013 at 08:28PM EST
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Alright, Tigers! Sweep the Indians so I don’t have to worry the next time you lose five games in a row.

Are you ready for a mind blow? At the time of this writing, the Royals are closer to the playoffs (5.0 games back in the Wild Card race), than the Yankees are (7.0 games back in the Wild Card race).

Aug 08, 2013 at 02:59AM EDT
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Yeah! 7.0 game lead in the AL Central. And even a funny gif too. Cabby’s great when he’s not a raging alcoholic.

Aug 09, 2013 at 03:49AM EDT
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So, the Rangers have claimed Alex Rios off of waivers, but a trade is unlikely. We need Rios, he can replace Nelson Cruz.

Aug 09, 2013 at 04:15AM EDT
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Breaking: The Texas Rangers have acquired Alex Rios for Leury Garcia.

Aug 09, 2013 at 03:07PM EDT
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Yu Darvish throws a perfect game into the 6th until it was broken up by a controversial two out walk when the ump call an obvious strike 3 a ball. He then ejected AJ Pierzynski for no good reaosn. Darvish would flirt with a no-no in the 8th until Carlos Corporon hits a one-out home run. Yu Darvish would strike out 15 batters (new record), walk one batter, give up one hit, and give up one run as the Rangers beat the Astros 2-1.

Aug 12, 2013 at 05:18PM EDT
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Congratulations to Ichiro Suzuki for getting his 4,000th career base hit.

Aug 22, 2013 at 01:48AM EDT
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Standings Update (Now With Magic Numbers):

NL East

Atlanta – 77-49 (22)
Washington – 62-64 (15)
New York – 58-67 (18.5)
Philadelphia 56-70 (21)
Miami – 48-77 (28.5)

NL Central

Pittsburgh – 74-52 (36)
St. Louis – 73-53 (1)
Cincinnati – 72-55 (2.5)
Milwaukee – 55-72 (19.5)
Chicago – 54-72 (20)

NL West

Los Angeles – 74-52 (29)
Arizona – 65-60 (8.5)
Colorado – 59-69 (16)
San Diego – 57-70 (17.5)
San Francisco – 56-70 (18)

AL East

Boston – 75-54 (35)
Tampa Bay – 72-53 (1)
Baltimore – 68-58 (5.5)
New York – 67-59 (6.5)
Toronto – 57-70 (17)

AL Central

Detroit – 74-52 (31)
Cleveland – 69-58 (5.5)
Kansas City – 64-61 (9.5)
Minnesota – 55-70 (18.5)
Chicago – 51-74 (22.5)

AL West

Texas – 74-53 (34)
Oakland – 71-55 (2.5)
Seattle – 59-67 (14.5)
Los Angeles – 55-71 (18.5)
Houston – 41-85 (32.5)

  • - Eliminated
    x – clinched playoff spot
    y – clinched division
    z – clinched league’s best record
Aug 22, 2013 at 02:56PM EDT
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Waiver Trade Deadline is today as we enter the final month of the season. Who will succeed in their playoff run? Who will choke and fall short? Who will come out of nowhere and be a dark horse?

Aug 31, 2013 at 05:21PM EDT
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Man, they weren’t kidding when they said Iglesias was a great 2nd baseman.

8.5 game lead in the Central and .5 game behind best record in the AL. Keep it up, Tigers.

Sep 03, 2013 at 02:58AM EDT
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Texas and Oakland are now tied in first in the AL West. Who’s going to win that division and will it come down to the final day like last year?

Sep 03, 2013 at 10:10AM EDT
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chowzburgerz said:

Who’s going to win that division and will it come down to the final day like last year?

I think it’s going to be a nailbitter, but I think the A’s will prevail and Texas fans will watch anxiously as their fears of repeating 2012 return. It certainly helps the A’s that they have seven games against the Twins and four against the Astros coming up, while Texas has to battle the Pirates (who would have guessed that would be a problem?) and the Rays.

Sep 03, 2013 at 07:12PM EDT
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Max Scherzer has been given his second loss as he goes 19-2 when the Red Sox beat the Tigers 2-1.

Sep 03, 2013 at 11:00PM EDT
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Yusimero Petit was a strike away from pitching a perfect game. But with a full count, Endy Chavez hits a ball near a diving Hunter Pence to ruin it. The Giants beat the D-Backs 3-0.

Sep 07, 2013 at 12:39AM EDT
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Standings Update:

NL East

Atlanta – 85-56 (9)
Washington – 72-69 (13)
Philadelphia – 65-77 (20.5)
New York 63-77 (21.5)
*Miami – 53-87 (31.5)

NL Central

St. Louis – 82-60 (21)
Pittsburgh – 81-60 (0.5)
Cincinnati – 80-62 (2)
Milwaukee – 61-80 (20.5)
*Chicago – 60-81 (21.5)

NL West

Los Angeles – 83-58 (11)
Arizona – 72-69 (11)
Colorado – 66-77 (18)
San Diego – 64-77 (19)
San Francisco – 63-79 (20.5)

AL East

Boston – 87-57 (12)
Tampa Bay – 77-64 (8.5)
Baltimore – 76-65 (9.5)
New York – 75-67 (11)
*Toronto – 66-76 (20)

AL Central

Detroit – 82-60 (16)
Cleveland – 76-65 (5.5)
Kansas City – 74-68 (8)
Minnesota – 61-79 (20)
*Chicago – 56-85 (25.5)

AL West

Oakland – 82-60 (20)
Texas – 80-61 (1.5)
Los Angeles – 67-74 (14.5)
Seattle – 65-77 (17)
*Houston – 47-95 (35)

*-Eliminated
x–clinched playoff spot
y–clinched division
z–clinched league’s best record

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Sep 08, 2013 at 01:14AM EDT
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Wild Card Standings:

AL

Tampa Bay – 81-66
Texas – 81-66 (14)
Cleveland – 80-68 (1.5)
New York – 79-70 (3)
Baltimore – 78-70 (3.5)
Kansas City – 78-70 (3.5)
Los Angeles – 71-77 (10.5)
Toronto – 68-80 (13.5)

NL

Pittsburgh – 86-62 (2.5)
St. Louis – 86-62 (
2.5)
Cincinnati – 84-65 (9)
Washington – 78-70 (5.5)
Arizona – 74-73 (9)

Sep 15, 2013 at 12:00PM EDT
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Red Sox and Dodgers clinch!

does anyone here think the Dodgers have a right to mess around in the opponents pool? I mean I’m on the Dodgers side on this one but…

Sep 22, 2013 at 10:05AM EDT
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AL West: Oakland has clinched the division.
AL Central: Detroit will clinch with a win AND an Indians loss.
AL East: Boston has clinched the division.
AL Wild Card: Tampa Bay is 1/2 a game ahead of Cleveland for the first wild card spot. Cleveland is 1 1/2 games ahead of Texas for the second wild card spot.
NL West: Los Angeles has clinched the division.
NL Central: St. Louis has clinched a playoff spot and have a 2 game lead over Pittsburgh and a 3 game lead over Cincinnati.
NL East: Atlanta has clinched the division.
NL Wild Card: Pittsburgh and Cincinnati are tied in the wild card with a 5 1/2 game lead over Washington.

I’ll post the updated standings when all the games end tonight.

Sep 22, 2013 at 05:39PM EDT
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Standings Update as we enter into the final week of the regular season:

NL East

Atlanta – 92-63 (y)
Washington – 84-72 (8.5)
*Philadelphia – 71-84 (21)
*New York 71-84 (21)
*Miami – 57-99 (35.5)

NL Central

St. Louis – 91-65 (x/5)
Pittsburgh – 89-67 (2)
Cincinnati – 89-67 (2)
*Milwaukee – 69-86 (21.5)
*Chicago – 65-91 (26)

NL West

Los Angeles – 90-66 (y)
*Arizona – 79-76 (10.5)
*San Diego – 72-83 (17.5)
*San Francisco – 72-84 (18)
*Colorado – 71-86 (19.5)

AL East

Boston – 95-62 (y)
Tampa Bay – 86-69 (8)
New York – 82-74 (12.5)
Baltimore – 81-74 (13)
*Toronto – 71-84 (23)

AL Central

Detroit – 91-65 (2)
Cleveland – 86-70 (5)
Kansas City – 82-73 (8.5)
*Minnesota – 65-90 (25.5)
*Chicago – 61-94 (29.5)

AL West

Oakland – 93-63 (y)
Texas – 84-71 (8.5)
*Los Angeles – 76-79 (16.5)
*Seattle – 68-88 (25)
*Houston – 51-105 (42)

*-Eliminated
x–clinched playoff spot
y–clinched division
z–clinched league’s best record

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Sep 22, 2013 at 11:37PM EDT
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The Reds and the Pirates are going to the playoffs while the Cardinals reduce their magic number to 4 while maintaining a two game lead after a 4-3 victory over the Nationals. In the American League, Alex Rios hits for the cycle and Derek Holland pitches a six hit complete game shutout as the Rangers beat the Astros 12-0 in order to stay just one game behind the Cleveland Indians for the 2nd Wild Card spot. Meanwhile, the Detroit Tigers choke late in the game as they lose 4-3 to the Twins in extra innings thus keeping their magic number at 2.

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Sep 24, 2013 at 12:17AM EDT
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Pirates finally clinch!!

I’m pretty much done with the season until playoffs. Peace off sucka!

Sep 24, 2013 at 09:19PM EDT
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The Detroit Tigers clinched a playoff birth and reduced their magic number to just one with a 4-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. The Texas Rangers stay alive by beating the Astros 3-2 which included a home run by Adrian Beltre and nine strikeouts by Yu Darvish. The Baltimore Orioles are officially eliminated from playoff contention with a 3-2 loss from the Blue Jays. The Tampa Bay Rays keep the wild card lead with a 7-0 win over the Yankees. The Kansas City Royals lost 4-0 to the Mariners. The big news in the American League is the Cleveland Indians walking off in a 5-4 victory over the White Sox when Jason Giambi became the oldest player to hit a walk-off home run. The Rays have a one game lead over the Indians for the first WC spot while the Indians have a one game lead over the Rangers for the second WC spot.

Last night, Michael Wacha was an out away from pitching a no hitter against the Washington Nationals, but Ryan Zimmerman reached on an infield hit thus breaking up the no-no. The Cardinals would beat the Nationals 2-0 and reduced their magic number to three. The Cincinnati Reds lost to the Mets 4-2 while the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Cubs 8-2. The Pirates currently have a one game lead over the Reds for the first WC spot.

Sep 25, 2013 at 01:42PM EDT
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Yeah, Tigers clinch the AL Central for the third straight year. I really hope they rest Cabrera now. Sure it’d be great to go after home-field advantage, but that’s worthless if you’re main hitter can only wobble around uselessly. Didn’t the 2011 ALCS teach them anything?

Sep 26, 2013 at 04:44AM EDT
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The Detroit Tigers have clinched their third consecutive AL Central Division Title in a row after beating the Twins 1-0. Max Scherzer gets his 21st win of the year. The Boston Red Sox gain another game over the Oakland Athletics for the best record in the AL after the Red Sox beat the Rockies 15-5 and the A’s lost to the Angels 3-1. The Wild Card is still wild as we are now down to three teams. The New York Yankees were eliminated after losing 8-3 to the Tampa Bay Rays. The Kansas City Royals were also eliminated after losing 6-0 to the Mariners. The Cleveland Indians continue their dominance as they beat the White Sox 7-2 and reduced their magic number to four. However, the Texas Rangers are still alive as they beat the Astros 7-3. The Rays still have a one game lead over the Indians for the first WC spot while the Indians still have a one game lead over the Rangers for the second WC spot.

The St. Louis Cardinals reduced their magic number in the NL Central to one after they beat the Nationals 4-1. The Pittsburgh Pirates lost to the Cubs 4-2 to help reduce that magic number. The Cincinnati Reds lost to the Mets 1-0. The Cardinals need either a win or a Pirates loss to clinch the NL Central Division, but they’ll have to wait until tomorrow. Meanwhile, the Pirates and the Reds will play each other over the weekend to determine who would host the NL Wild Card Game. The Pirates currently have a one game lead over the Reds for the first WC spot. The Cardinals also stay one game above the Braves for the best record in the NL after the Braves lost to the Brewers 4-0.

Sep 26, 2013 at 10:24AM EDT
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Last night was a big night for the AL Wild Card race. The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Yankees 4-0 as Mariano Rivera made his final home appearance of his career. The Cleveland Indians beat the Twins 6-5, but it wasn’t easy. Chris Perez entered the bottom of the 9th with a 6-1 lead, but he gave up four runs including a two-run homer as he could not get the job finished. The Texas Rangers beat the Angels 6-5 with a pinch hit walk off home run by Jurickson Profar. The Rangers played sloppy ball last night as they committed four errors in one inning. Currently, the Rays have a one game lead over the Indians for the first wild card spot while the Indians currently have a one game lead over the Rangers for the second wild card spot.

In the National League, the Atlanta Braves beat the Phillies 7-1 to tie the St. Louis Cardinals for the best record in the NL. The Cardinals can clinch their division with a win or a Pirates loss.

Sep 27, 2013 at 01:13PM EDT
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As we enter into the final day of the regular season, here is the remaining playoff scenarios.

AL Wild Card: Cleveland has a one game lead over Texas and Tampa Bay for the 1st WC while Texas and Tampa Bay are tied for the 2nd WC. If we have a three way tie after tomorrow, then Tampa Bay will play a game in Cleveland on Monday. The winner of that game will win the 1st WC while the loser will play in Texas for the 2nd WC on Tuesday. Cleveland needs a win and either a loss from Texas or Tampa Bay to clinch a WC. Texas needs a win and a Tampa Bay loss to clinch a WC. Tampa Bay needs a win and a Texas loss to clinch a WC.

AL Homefield Advantage: Boston has already clinched the best record in the AL when Oakland lost to Seattle 7-5 today. Boston will host the WC game winner in the ALDS. Oakland has already clinched homefield advantage in the ALDS when Detroit lost to Miami 2-1 today. Oakland will host Detroit in the ALDS.

NL Wild Card: Because Pittsburgh won the final regular season series with Cincinnati with an 8-3 victory, Pittsburgh will host the NL Wild Card game against Cincinnati on Tuesday.

NL Homefield Advantage: St. Louis currently has a one game lead over Atlanta for the best record in the NL after St. Louis beat Chicago 6-2 while Atlanta lost to Philadelphia 5-4. If St. Louis wins or Atlanta losses tomorrow, then St. Louis will host the WC game winner in the NLDS while Atlanta will host Los Angeles in the NLDS. If there is a tie between St. Louis and Atlanta, then Atlanta will clinch the best record in the NL because they beat St. Louis 4-3 in the season series.

Sep 28, 2013 at 11:18PM EDT
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Well, so much for posting the final standings today. Here’s the playoff matches:

NL Wild Card – Cincinnati Reds vs Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday October 1st
AL Wild Card – Tampa Bay Rays/Texas Rangers vs Cleveland Indians on Wednesday October 2nd

ALDS – #3 Detroit Tigers vs #2 Oakland Athletics Wild Card Winner vs #1 Boston Red Sox
NLDS – #3 Los Angeles Dodgers vs #2 Atlanta Braves Wild Card Winner vs #1 St. Louis Cardinals

Sep 29, 2013 at 07:01PM EDT
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At least the Tigers waited until after they clinched the division to implode. Let’s just hope they get their shit together for the A’s. Last year’s ALDS was stressful enough.

Congratulations to the Indians as well. After having everyone constantly say how weak the Central is, we’re finally proving them wrong. Here’s hoping the Tigers see you in the ALCS so we can continue our curbstomping of you have a friendly interdivisional series.

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Sep 29, 2013 at 09:29PM EDT
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xTSGx wrote:

At least the Tigers waited until after they clinched the division to implode. Let’s just hope they get their shit together for the A’s. Last year’s ALDS was stressful enough.

Congratulations to the Indians as well. After having everyone constantly say how weak the Central is, we’re finally proving them wrong. Here’s hoping the Tigers see you in the ALCS so we can continue our curbstomping of you have a friendly interdivisional series.

Who do you think will win tomorrow’s tiebreaker?

Sep 29, 2013 at 09:32PM EDT
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chowzburgerz wrote:

Who do you think will win tomorrow’s tiebreaker?

Gotta go with the Rays. They always seem to pull out a win right when they need it.

Sep 30, 2013 at 04:32AM EDT
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Rays – 5
Rangers – 2

NL Wild Card Game – Cincinnati Reds @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday October 1st
AL Wild Card Game – Tampa Bay Rays @ Cleveland Indians on Wednesday October 2nd

Sep 30, 2013 at 11:21PM EDT
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chowzburgerz wrote:

Rays – 5
Rangers – 2

NL Wild Card Game – Cincinnati Reds @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday October 1st
AL Wild Card Game – Tampa Bay Rays @ Cleveland Indians on Wednesday October 2nd

My condolences. The Rangers have really gotten shafted over the years. One strike away from winning the World Series, and they blow it. Let the A’s win the division and they get shell shocked by the Orioles in the Wild Card. And now this. I don’t think I could stand being a Rangers fan.

That’s why I’m a fan of a team that always collapses when it gets to the World Series. Less anger and rustled jimmies that way.

Oct 01, 2013 at 03:10AM EDT
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Final Standings:

NL East

Atlanta – 96-66 (y)
*Washington – 86-76 (10)
*New York – 74-88 (22)
*Philadelphia 73-89 (23)
*Miami – 62-100 (34)

NL Central

St. Louis – 97-65 (z)
Pittsburgh – 94-68 (x/3)
Cincinnati – 90-72 (x/7)
*Milwaukee – 74-88 (23)
*Chicago – 66-96 (31)

NL West

Los Angeles – 92-70 (y)
*Arizona – 81-81 (11)
*San Francisco – 76-86 (16)
*San Diego – 76-86 (16)
*Colorado – 74-88 (18)

AL East

Boston – 97-65 (z)
Tampa Bay – 92-71 (x/5.5)
*Baltimore – 85-77 (12)
*New York – 85-77 (12)
*Toronto – 74-88 (23)

AL Central

Detroit – 93-69 (y)
Cleveland – 92-70 (x/1)
*Kansas City – 86-76 (7)
*Minnesota – 66-96 (27)
*Chicago – 63-99 (30)

AL West

Oakland – 96-66 (y)
*Texas – 91-72 (5.5)
*Los Angeles – 78-84 (18)
*Seattle – 71-91 (25)
*Houston – 51-111 (45)

*-Eliminated
x–clinched playoff spot
y–clinched division
z–clinched league’s best record

Oct 01, 2013 at 11:16AM EDT
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NL Wild Card Game:

Reds – 2
Pirates – 6

Here’s the NLDS schedule:

NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Thursday October 3
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Friday October 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Wednesday October 9

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday October 3
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Friday October 4
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

Games 4 and 5 are only played if necessary.

Oct 01, 2013 at 11:35PM EDT
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Congratulations to the Pirates. i never would have thought I’d be seeing them in the playoffs. I’m rooting for them to make it all the way to the World Series as my NL team. Who knows? Maybe the Astros will climb out of the basement too.

Oct 02, 2013 at 02:25AM EDT
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AL Wild Card Game:

Rays – 4
Indians – 0

Here’s the ALDS schedule:

ALDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Friday October 4
Game 2 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Saturday October 5
Game 3 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Thursday October 10

ALDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Friday October 4
Game 2 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Saturday October 5
Game 3 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Thursday October 10

Games 4 and 5 are only played if necessary.

Oct 03, 2013 at 12:02AM EDT
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The Rays are really clickin. I wonder if they’ll be able to crush Boston? All roads to the WS seem to always lead through the AL East.

Oct 03, 2013 at 01:23AM EDT
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NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Friday October 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Wednesday October 9

Los Angeles leads 1-0

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Friday October 4
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

St. Louis leads 1-0

Oct 04, 2013 at 12:06AM EDT
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Damn, this is gonna be a good postseason. On an unrelated note, has anyone here ever heard of the Atlantic League? They’re not affiliated with the MLB in any way, but they’re generally considered to be a “quadruple-A” league. Anyway, the Long Island Ducks won their third Atlantic League championship over the Somerset Patriots a few days ago.

It was their second in a row, and their third in nine years. They were formed in 2000. They’ve missed the playoffs only once in nine years. I could see the Ducks becoming a Long Island team for the MLB. You know, kinda like the Islanders in the NHL.

Oct 04, 2013 at 09:56PM EDT
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Excellent, Tigers. Gaining home-field advantage in your 3-2 win tonight was great. Scherzer was great and Colon’s (he he he) rough first inning set the pace for the game. Now, Justin “give up three home runs to the same batter in the WS” Verlander, don’t screw everything up.

Have a funny gif from that controversial Dodgers-Braves game to celebrate!

Oct 05, 2013 at 01:27AM EDT
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NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Atlanta Braves 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Wednesday October 9

Series tied 1-1

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates 7 St. Louis Cardinals 1
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday October 6
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

Series tied 1-1

ALDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Detroit Tigers 3 Oakland Athletics 2
Game 2 – Detroit Tigers 0 Oakland Athletics 1
Game 3 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Thursday October 10

Series tied 1-1

ALDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Tampa Bay Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
Game 2 – Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 7
Game 3 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Thursday October 10

Boston leads 2-0

Oct 06, 2013 at 12:36AM EDT
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Can’t blame Verlander for the loss, as he pitched really well. I can, however, blame Jackson and his four strikeouts. Where were you, offense? This is like the World Series all over again…

Oct 06, 2013 at 01:26AM EDT
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NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Atlanta Braves 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves 6 Los Angeles Dodgers 13
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves @ Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Atlanta Braves on Wednesday October 9

Los Angeles leads 2-1

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates 7 St. Louis Cardinals 1
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 5
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals @ Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday October 7
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

Pittsburgh leads 2-1

ALDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Detroit Tigers 3 Oakland Athletics 2
Game 2 – Detroit Tigers 0 Oakland Athletics 1
Game 3 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Thursday October 10

Series tied 1-1

ALDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Tampa Bay Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
Game 2 – Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 7
Game 3 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Monday October 7
Game 4 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Thursday October 10

Boston leads 2-0

Oct 07, 2013 at 12:42AM EDT
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Damn it, Tigers. Why can’t you score in the playoffs? You’ll be out of it quick if you can’t get your act together. At least the Pirates are doing better…

Oct 07, 2013 at 05:57PM EDT
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NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Atlanta Braves 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves 6 Los Angeles Dodgers 13
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves 3 Los Angeles Dodgers 4

Los Angeles wins 3-1

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates 7 St. Louis Cardinals 1
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 5
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals 2 Pittsburgh Pirates 1
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

Series tied 2-2

ALDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Detroit Tigers 3 Oakland Athletics 2
Game 2 – Detroit Tigers 0 Oakland Athletics 1
Game 3 – Oakland Athletics 6 Detroit Tigers 3
Game 4 – Oakland Athletics @ Detroit Tigers on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Thursday October 10

Oakland leads 2-1

ALDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Tampa Bay Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
Game 2 – Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 7
Game 3 – Boston Red Sox 4 Tampa Bay Rays 5
Game 4 – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday October 8
Game 5 – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox on Thursday October 10

Boston leads 2-1

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Oct 08, 2013 at 09:07AM EDT
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Finally, Tigers, it took you long enough to start scoring runs. Verlander pitched pretty good in game 2, so I’m not terribly upset about using Scherzer (that bases loaded, nobody out will forever haunt me). Let’s just hope we can get some more runs. With Cabby’s groin deciding to go on vacation, we need all the runs we can get.

Have a celebratory controversial gif that’ll make A’s fans foam at the mouth.

Thank you nameless fan, and thank you instant replay/“overwhelming evidence to overturn” rule.

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Oct 08, 2013 at 10:11PM EDT
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The rays and red sox are currently in the middle of a very tight 1-0 game with the rays in the lead
Hopefully the red sox manage to get a run or two on the board.

Oct 08, 2013 at 11:12PM EDT
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Le Choco Taco wrote:

The rays and red sox are currently in the middle of a very tight 1-0 game with the rays in the lead
Hopefully the red sox manage to get a run or two on the board.

Red Sox is now up 2-1 in the bottom of the 8th. Five outs away from the ALCS. Don’t choke!

Oct 08, 2013 at 11:48PM EDT
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NLDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Atlanta Braves 1
Game 2 – Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Atlanta Braves 4
Game 3 – Atlanta Braves 6 Los Angeles Dodgers 13
Game 4 – Atlanta Braves 3 Los Angeles Dodgers 4

Los Angeles wins 3-1

NLDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Pittsburgh Pirates 1 St. Louis Cardinals 9
Game 2 – Pittsburgh Pirates 7 St. Louis Cardinals 1
Game 3 – St. Louis Cardinals 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 5
Game 4 – St. Louis Cardinals 2 Pittsburgh Pirates 1
Game 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates @ St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday October 9

Series tied 2-2

ALDS “A” Series

Game 1 – Detroit Tigers 3 Oakland Athletics 2
Game 2 – Detroit Tigers 0 Oakland Athletics 1
Game 3 – Oakland Athletics 6 Detroit Tigers 3
Game 4 – Oakland Athletics 6 Detroit Tigers 8
Game 5 – Detroit Tigers @ Oakland Athletics on Thursday October 10

Series tied 2-2

ALDS “B” Series

Game 1 – Tampa Bay Rays 2 Boston Red Sox 12
Game 2 – Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 7
Game 3 – Boston Red Sox 4 Tampa Bay Rays 5
Game 4 – Boston Red Sox 3 Tampa Bay Rays 1

Boston wins 3-1

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