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ALDS Game 5 Previews – Blue Jays vs. Rangers, Astros vs. Royals

Which teams will advance to the Championship Series?

October has (thankfully) delivered some chilly weather, but the American League Divisional Series has delivered nothing but HEAT this 2015 postseason. Wednesday will feature two ALDS Winner-Take-All Game 5 match-ups, leading off with the Toronto Blue Jays hosting the Texas Rangers at Rogers Centre in Ontario. The fact that the …

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ALDS Recap

Kansas City Royals at Houston Astros Down 6-2 in the eighth inning and 2-1 in the best-of-five series, it looked cialis genericviagra generics namestestosterone online pharmacydifferin gel canadian pharmacyviagra onlinehttp://cialis7days-online.com/viagra wholesale like the Kansas City Royals season was going to be over. But a five run inning allowed Kansas City …

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ALDS Preview

With two games in the ALDS, it’s bound to be a packed afternoon for baseball fans on Monday. It will all begin with the Houston Astros hosting the Kansas City Royals at Minute Maid Park. The Astros made the postseason with a young team that bounced back from averaging 104 losses in the last …

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Rangers-Blue Jays ALDS Game 1 Preview

The Texas Rangers travel north of the border to take on the Toronto Blue Jays for Game One of the American League Divisional Series on Thursday afternoon. The AL East champion Blue Jays (93-69) will be playing in their first playoff game since winning their last World Series championship in …

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Sunday’s MLB recap

The Tampa Bay Rays went into Sunday’s series finale against the Cleveland Indians thinking about a possible sweep with reigning AL Cy Young winner David Price taking the mound. However, the Indians had other plans in mind spoiling the Rays day by taking the last game 13-0. Rays’ ace pitcher David …

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Thursday’s MLB Recap

Many teams in big league baseball wrapped up their first series of the season Thursday, with the Rays and Marlins both in action. The Rays were able to even up the series in their second game against Baltimore, but Chris Davis was once again too much for Rays pitchers as he struck early …

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