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10/4/2013 | Talented Owings gives D-backs infield options
Chris Owings had a breakout season at Triple-A this year, hitting .330 with 12 home runs and 81 RBIs. He was honored as the D-backs Organizational Player of the Year.

10/4/2013 | Wacha earns trust to start Game 4 in Pittsburgh
Intrigued by Michael Wacha's stirring finish to his first big league season, the Cardinals have decided that he, not Shelby Miller, will line up to start Game 4 of the National League Division Series in Pittsburgh on Monday.

10/4/2013 | Lineup breakdown: Cards-Pirates, Game 2
A look at today's starting lineups for Game 2 of the National League Division Series between the Cardinals and the Pirates.

10/4/2013 | Doubront's change in mindset leads to roster spot
Initially, Felix Doubront didn't sound particularly excited about transitioning to the bullpen for the postseason. But after several conversations with Doubront in recent days, manager John Farrell was confident the lefty had bought in enough to be in a position to help the Red Sox in the American League Division Series.

10/4/2013 | MLB PrePlay lets fans predict the future
It could be anything from an at-bat to a pitching change to an inning gone wrong -- MLB PrePlay lets fans weigh in with predictions before, so they can brag later. Some make postseason predictions in the spring. Others make postseason predictions every minute or two.

10/4/2013 | MLB Notebook: Two aces win NLDS openers
On Thursday, Adam Wainwright and Clayton Kershaw became just the 12th and 13th pitchers to fan at least nine and allow three hits or fewer in the opener of a postseason series.

10/4/2013 | Baker's tenure with Reds comes to an end
Dusty Baker is out as manager of the Reds after six seasons. The change in the dugout comes after the Reds were defeated in the National League Wild Card Game by the Pirates on Tuesday. Baker had one year remaining on a two-year contract.

10/4/2013 | Ryu is rookie in LA but veteran of big stage
Considering Hyun-Jin Ryu's experience in Korea, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly isn't too concerned about sending the "rookie" to the mound on Sunday for Los Angeles' first home postseason game since 2009.

10/4/2013 | Burnett's third inning a flashback to Yankees days
A.J. Burnett's rough third inning in Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Cardinals probably brought back memories for Yankees fans to his days in The Bronx, where he was known to decline rapidly, seemingly out of nowhere.

10/4/2013 | Puig off and running in first taste of postseason
What was supposed to be a big day in the career of Yasiel Puig turned out to be another normal evening in the eventful life of the Dodgers' phenomenal rookie.

10/4/2013 | Game 2 of Dodgers-Braves draws another pair of aces
The Dodgers and Braves continue their best-of-five National League Division Series on Friday with Zack Greinke, an ace-in-the-hole, opposing Mike Minor, an ace-in-training.

10/4/2013 | Kershaw strikes a pose, 12 times, in first playoff win
Clayton Kershaw admittedly did not have his best fastball on Thursday night in Game 1 of the National League Division Series -- but that didn't stop the Dodgers' ace from proving why he is the NL Cy Young Award favorite.

10/4/2013 | Braves off to shaky start with slew of slip-ups
During most of an otherwise pleasant October evening in Atlanta, the Braves spent the first game of their National League Division Series against the Dodgers looking clueless, writes columnist Terence Moore.

10/4/2013 | Despite Game 1 mistakes, Gattis brings upside
Evan Gattis' pipe dreams never reached this far. At the height of his amateur career, or the depths of his nomadic life after quitting baseball at age 19, Gattis thought only of reaching the Major Leagues -- never the October goals that might lie beyond. Had he done so, Gattis would hardly have envisioned a playoff introduction like this: Batting cleanup in Game 1 of the NLDS, the 27-year-old rookie made two critical mistakes in the second inning of a 6-1 loss to the Dodgers.

10/4/2013 | Schumaker shows value of Dodgers' depth
That Skip Schumaker was able to play a key part in the Dodgers' two-run second inning Thursday by delivering a sacrifice fly ahead of a run-scoring double from No. 8 hitter A.J. Ellis to give his team a 2-0 lead underscores what the Dodgers are all about -- teamwork.

10/4/2013 | Road to the World Series: Oct. 4, 2013
The Road to the World Series got a bit easier for the Cardinals and Dodgers, who took 1-0 leads Thursday in their best-of-five series, setting up one epic day of playoff baseball with all four Division Series in swing Friday.

10/4/2013 | Adrian provides pop in Dodgers' Game 1 win
Adrian Gonzalez, a source of stability during an unstable Dodgers season, wasted no time making his mark on the National League Division Series with a two-run homer in the third inning of Game 1.

10/4/2013 | Braves' home playoff woes continue in Game 1
Home proved to be more hospitable to the Braves than any other National League team throughout the regular season. But now that the postseason has arrived, Turner Field has once again served as the stage where costly October mistakes are committed. As if opposing Clayton Kershaw was not enough, Kris Medlen was tasked with overcoming the defensive miscues that doomed the Braves as they suffered a 6-1 loss to the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NL Division Series on Thursday night.

10/4/2013 | Hanley relishes first shot at postseason
Hanley Ramirez has been around the game for long enough to understand, fully, how special it is to play in a postseason. So he made his first game count with an RBI double and sparkling defense.

10/4/2013 | Opportunistic Dodgers make Braves pay for mistakes
While Clayton Kershaw was his usual dominant self in Game 1 of the NLDS, there were plenty of other reasons the Dodgers dominated the Braves to jump on top in the series.

10/4/2013 | Whoever wins, four-game slate can't be beat
If this isn't the best day of baseball, it will do until a better one comes along. This is the day baseball delivers four postseason games stretched over about a 12-hour period. Every pitch matters; Welcome to October.

10/4/2013 | Whoever wins, four-game slate can't be beat
If this isn't the best day of baseball, it will do until a better one comes along. This is the day baseball delivers four postseason games stretched over about a 12-hour period. Every pitch matters; Welcome to October.

10/3/2013 | Medlen unable to ride momentum into October
In a reprisal of the Braves' loss in last year's NL Wild Card Game, Kris Medlen wasn't sharp enough to overcome some defensive miscues and a quiet night for the offense on Thursday at Turner Field.

10/3/2013 | Momentum key for Cards in Game 2 vs. Cole
When the Cardinals and Pirates hit the field Friday for Game 2, it will be Lance Lynn against Gerrit Cole in a matchup of young right-handers that will determine the course of this National League Division Series before it heads to Pittsburgh over the weekend.

10/3/2013 | Embracing role of ace, Wainwright deals Game 1 gem
A solo shot from the Pirates' Pedro Alvarez was the lone blemish on an otherwise stellar night for Adam Wainwright, not to be overshadowed by the Cardinals' nine-run offensive outburst -- seven in the third inning alone -- in the dominant 9-1 victory.


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