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Madison Bumgarner took complete control of the game from the beginning, allowing just four hits in a shutout win over the Pirates in the NL Wild Card Game. The Giants will move on to play in the NLDS against Washington now.
Well, technically it’s “by” players, but we’ll assume they’ll read it too. Check out Jeter’s thoughtful, forthcoming first entry, inside…
Kansas City waited 29 years to return to the postseason and they did not disappoint. The Royals steal seven bases and overcome two Brandon Moss home runs to beat the Athletics 9-8 in extras. They’ll face the Angels in the ALDS later this week.
You will not believe how many number twos are in this one picture…OR IS IT TWO PICTURES!?!? Just kidding — it’s one picture of Jeter with the number two all over it…
I can’t say I’ve been a Phil Hughes fan the past few years. He was more promise than production with the Yankees, usually hurt, and only had a couple of relatively good years. And what does a crap career in pinstripes get you? An exile to Frostbite Falls (aka, the Minnesota Twins). But something strange happened on the way to Target Field: Hughes became a pitcher and a man.
This will be the first postseason without the Red Sox or Yankees since the MLB Wild Card was instituted, back in 1994. Rumors that Major League Baseball is creating a ninth Wild Card spot for American League teams are unsubstantiated.