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2010 MLB Playoffs

2010 MLB Playoffs

Atlanta Braves Take Loss in NLDS: 2010 Still Going To Be One To Remember

It started with blasts of Jason Heyward in Spring Training and probably the most memorable Major League debut in recent history.

One hundred sixty-six games and 725 tweets (by me) later, the 2010 season ends for the Atlanta Braves with Bobby Cox tipping his cap to the San Francisco Giants following Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series.

Philadelphia Phillies Prove Too Much for Reds, Complete NLDS Sweep

When Philadelphia Phillies’ LHP Cole Hamels took the mound in the 2009 postseason, he looked like a guy that had lost all confidence in himself. Hamels took the mound last night against the Cincinnati Reds the complete opposite of that guy in 2009.

Texas Rangers at Tampa Bay Rays: ALDS Game 5 Preview

The ALDS series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Texas Rangers started when the Rangers Cliff Lee outdueled the Rays David Price.  Twenty-four hours later, the Rays fell again behind James Shields to the Rangers and C.J. Wilson.  In fact, the Rays only had one run in the first two games at Tropicana Field, via Ben Zobrist's solo homer in Game 1. 

NLCS 2010: Who Do The Phillies Want To Win, Braves Or Giants?

Tonight's game between the Braves and Giants is the fourth game of the National League Division Series.  The Giants are up two games to one, but there anything can happen.  Naturally, many baseball fans will be watching tonight's game.

NLDS Game 4: San Francisco Giants Vs. Atlanta Braves Live Blog

Marc Juberg here, excited to bring you moment-by-moment coverage of the most important game on the airwaves this evening.  It's a clash that promises to be as heartrending as action-packed, and comes complete with enough story lines and intrigue to make even the great William Shakespeare stir in his grave. 

This is NOT Monday Night Football.

2010 ALCS: Starting A.J. Burnett In the Postseason Will Yield Zero Positive Results

If it weren't already evident that AJ Burnett’s big long-term contract was dictating the decisions made by the Yankees front office, it is now. 

After the Yankees cruised through the American League Division series with just three starters, the Yankees announced Monday morning that they will use a fourth starter in the American League Championship series. That fourth starter will be AJ Burnett.

ALCS 2010: Yankees Looking Sharp as They Head Into Next Round

For the second year in a row, the New York Yankees swept aside the Minnesota Twins in the first round of the playoffs and are once again headed back to the ALCS.

Many questions surrounded the Yankees as they entered the postseason for only the 14th time in 15 years, but it is safe to say now that the Bombers are a legitimate threat.

ALDS 2010: Cliff Lee and David Price Rematch As Aces Align For Decisive Game 5

In a baseball season frequently dubbed "the year of the pitcher" because of the sudden proliferation of dominant mound performances seemingly helping to shut the door on Major League Baseball's notorious "steroid era," we are being treated to an encore presentation in the 2010 postseason.

ALDS 2010: Four Reasons the Texas Rangers Will Win Game 5

The Texas Rangers are looking for their first playoff series win in franchise history, and last week, it looked like they would get it. The Rangers took games one and two in commanding fashion, giving up only one run. Starting pitchers Cliff Lee, and C.J. Wilson dominated both games, leading Rangers fans to think a sweep was in order. The sweep, however would not be so, leading 2-1 in the late innings of game 3, Ron Washington made some questionable decisions with the bullpen, and they could not finish the job, losing 6-2.


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