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    Take a breath: Huff's clutch hit big in rally

    Aubrey Huff's clutch two-out single to drive in the tying run and continue Sunday's game-winning rally in a thrilling 3-2 victory at Turner Field made the wait to make the postseason well worth it for the Giants' veteran first baseman. More >

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    Hinske's knack for timely knocks not enough

    Eric Hinske's two-run blast in the eighth had propelled Atlanta ahead of San Francisco by one run on Sunday. But after the Giants roared back in the next frame, there was little to say about what could have been the biggest hit of his career. More >

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    Heyward appears OK after hitting wall

    Jason Heyward hit the wall hard going after Mike Fontenot's fly ball in the second inning on Sunday, but stayed in the game and is expected to play on Monday, pending an evaluation. More >

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    Cox, Bochy not managing to their standards

    Braves manager Bobby Cox is bound for the Hall of Fame. His Giants counterpart, Bruce Bochy, may not get there, but in a 16-year career, he's established himself as one of baseball's truly solid bench men. Neither man distinguished himself with his tactics on Sunday at Turner Field, though. More >

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    Veteran Lowe thrives on playoff atmosphere

    Braves manager Bobby Cox officially designated Derek Lowe as his starter against the Giants on Monday night in Game 4 of their National League Division Series at Turner Field. More >

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    Davis doesn't disappoint in postseason debut

    With their season on the line, the Rays turned to a rookie with just 35 career big league starts in a pivotal Game 4 on Sunday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. More >

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    Spin Forward: Home-field disadvantage?

    The suddenly surging Rays are just one home win away from a monumental comeback. However, in an AL Division Series that has been, well, backwards, home wins have been invisible through the first four games. More >

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    Price ready to redeem himself in Game 5

    Yes, David Price was stung by the way he pitched in Game 1 of this Division Series against the Rangers, and angry with himself that he put his team in a hole. And that's why he is so grateful that his teammates have given him a chance at redemption. More >

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    Lee's postseason prowess inspires confidence

    The legend that left-hander Cliff Lee has built for himself during the past two postseasons as one of the game's premier big-game pitchers gives the Rangers every reason to expect their season to reach the next round of the playoffs. More >

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    Rangers need offensive turnaround in Game 5

    The Rangers' entire offense has two days to figure it out after scoring just five runs over their past 22 innings in their series against the Rays. More >

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    Nice place to visit: Rays tie road-show DS, 2-2

    Carlos Pena and Evan Longoria provided the Rays' offense, and rookie Wade Davis held off Texas, 5-2, setting up a Game 5 on Tuesday. More >

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    Rays follow Pena's lead to square up series

    Before all this rejuvenation came over the Rays during a joyous weekend in Texas, Carlos Pena called a meeting with his teammates and basically told each one of them to pull any perceived pressure right off of themselves. More >

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    Longoria plays through pain in monster Game 4

    Evan Longoria, the last marquee cast member to join the Rays' postseason party, announced his arrival on Sunday at Rangers Ballpark. More >

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    Decision to pitch to Longoria costs Rangers

    One day after getting away with pitching to Rays third baseman Evan Longoria with first base open and two outs, the attack mode backfired on the Rangers Sunday afternoon in their 5-2 loss at the Ballpark in Arlington. More >

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    Ankiel validating Manno's faith in him

    Atlanta assistant general manager Bruce Manno has had a suspicion that Rick Ankiel -- the kid he once knew as a disgruntled pitcher -- would find a way to shine. More >

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    Out for NLDS, Wagner hopes for Fall Classic

    When Billy Wagner experienced too much pain when he attempted to throw Sunday morning, the Braves replaced him on their NLDS roster with right-hander Takashi Saito, who has seemingly overcome the right shoulder discomfort that has bothered him the past three weeks. More >

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    Agenda set, now Yankees await next opponent

    The Yankees now can be certain they have a flight in their future, heading somewhere to open the American League Championship Series on Friday evening. More >

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    Giants not at home in Atlanta

    Other than a magical visit in 2002, Turner Field hasn't exactly been a field of dreams for the Giants over the years. More >

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    MLB approves replacing Wagner with Saito

    Major League Baseball approved the Braves' petition to put Takashi Saito on their National League Division Series roster in place of injured closer Billy Wagner. More >

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    Rays look to carry momentum into Game 4

    Momentum, the old refrain goes, is today's starting pitcher. Handing the ball to Tommy Hunter, the Rangers' Ron Washington is a true believer heading into Game 4 of the American League Division Series at Rangers Ballpark. More >