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    Farrell endorses Lovullo as managerial candidate

    Amid a report out of Chicago that Torey Lovullo is on the Cubs' radar for their vacant managerial position, Red Sox manager John Farrell left no doubt that his current bench coach is more than ready for a promotion. More >

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    Leyland: 'It's really a shame' Miggy is hurt

    Miguel Cabrera won't talk about his injuries. He isn't answering any questions about it and will hardly even acknowledge the topic if brought up in a media scrum. Clearly, though, baseball's greatest hitter is navigating through baseball's grandest stage at nowhere close to 100-percent healthy. More >

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    Leyland knows firsthand comeback is possible

    If the Tigers needed any inspiration from history in their quest to come back and pull out this American League Championship Series, their manager had it for them. He knows what two hot pitchers can do for a team in two must-win games, because he watched it from the other side. More >

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    Cards have luxury of time to set up Series rotation

    The Cardinals will face the Red Sox when the World Series opens Wednesday (airing at 6:30 p.m. CT, with first pitch set for 7:07 on FOX) at Fenway Park. They can take the time to set up their rotation as they would like. More >

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    Avila starts behind plate in Game 6 for Tigers

    Tigers catcher Alex Avila, who suffered a strained patellar tendon in his left knee Thursday in a collision at home plate, was back in the starting lineup Saturday for Game 6. More >

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    St. Louis recognizes how tough LA was as opponent

    Though the National League Championship Series closed with a runaway 9-0 win by the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Friday night, St. Louis was quick to recognize amid its celebration that the Game 6 score was hardly indicative of how tough an opponent the Dodgers had been. More >

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    Their wounds fresh, Dodgers wait to reflect

    Until the Cardinals' rout in Friday's series-clinching Game 6 at Busch Stadium, the opponents appeared mostly well-matched. Ultimately, however, merely coming close was far from enough for the Dodgers. More >

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    Despite disappointing finish, Mattingly proud

    This wasn't how Don Mattingly wanted it to end, but the Dodgers' manager was able to find positives in his team's postseason run. More >

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    At last, Beltran will get taste of Fall Classic

    Carlos Beltran was one game away from reaching a World Series seven times, but on Friday night, he secured his first trip to the Fall Classic while helping the Cardinals clinch the National League Championship Series over the Dodgers. More >

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    Puig ends wild rookie year with work to do

    Yasiel Puig committed three defensive misplays in Friday night's Game 6 of the National League Championship Series, facilitating the Cardinals' rout that sent the Dodgers home. More >

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    For Kershaw, inopportune time for rare slipup

    Baseball sometimes takes its biggest bites out of great players, and that was the case in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series with Clayton Kershaw. More >

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    Vintage Cards attack overwhelms Dodgers

    It took until the third inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series, but the Cardinals finally looked like themselves at the plate in a 9-0 rout of the Dodgers in Game 6 to clinch a trip to the World Series. More >

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    Robinson makes most of rare start for Cards

    When Shane Robinson arrived at Busch Stadium on Friday afternoon, manager Mike Matheny asked him if he was ready to go. He said he was, and he backed it up with two hits and two RBIs in the Game 6 victory. More >

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    Beltran overjoyed to finally reach Fall Classic

    Seven times before this crisp October night, Carlos Beltran's team had played a game in which a win meant a trip to the World Series. Seven times, his team had lost. With the Cardinals' 9-0 victory Friday in Game 6 of the NLCS, Beltran's decade of heartbreak was over. More >

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    Kershaw, Dodgers stunned by rare ugly start

    Clayton Kershaw was supposed to send the Dodgers to Game 7. He was supposed to pitch as well as he has for the past 6 1/2 months, and that was supposed to be enough to force a deciding National League Championship Series game. Instead, the presumptive NL Cy Young Award winner was barely recognizable in a season-ending 9-0 loss to the Cardinals on Friday, giving up seven runs over four-plus innings of one of his worst career starts. More >

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    No matter opponent, Cards expect tough World Series

    As champagne sprayed in the home clubhouse after a 9-0 win on Friday night to clinch the National League Championship Series, the Cardinals were not about to say whether they preferred a World Series matchup with Detroit or Boston. More >

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    Card trick: Rout sends St. Louis to World Series

    The celebration began early at Busch Stadium on Friday night, as the Cardinals chased Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw and cruised to a 9-0 victory to clinch the National League pennant in Game 6 of the NLCS. More >

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    Playoff ouster dampens Dodgers' remarkable season

    The Dodgers engineered one of the more remarkable midseason comebacks in Major League history, winning 42 of 50 games and leaping from last place to first in exactly one month en route to a 92-win season and a division title. Then they lost the National League Championship Series in six games to the Cardinals, which overshadowed all the rest. More >

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    Wacha! Wacha! No joke, rookie named NLCS MVP

    Cardinals rookie right-hander Michael Wacha put together arguably the greatest National League Championship Series ever by a rookie pitcher, and he was named the NLCS Most Valuable Player Award winner after leading the Cards to the World Series with yet another sterling postseason performance in Friday night's 9-0 blanking of the Dodgers in Game 6. More >

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    Dodgers face decisions on host of players

    The Dodgers fly home Saturday, suitcases filled with clean clothes that won't be worn at the World Series, a chartered jet loaded with a dozen players and one manager who could become free agents. More >