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10/14/2013 | Top prospects set, clear table for Tiburones
Rangers No. 2 prospect Luis Sardinas and White Sox No. 9 prospect Carlos Sanchez combined to go 3-for-6 with two runs, two triples, four RBIs and a stolen base at the top of the order to spark La Guaira's 6-2 win.

10/14/2013 | TB donates to The Children's Home after Lobaton's HR
Jose Lobaton's walk-off home run against the Red Sox in Game 3 of the American League Division Series landed in the Rays Touch Tank. Thanks to his epic blow, the Rays Baseball Foundation will write a $5,000 check to The Children's Home in Tampa.

10/14/2013 | Hanley heals Dodgers' lineup despite fractured rib
Playing with a hairline fracture in one of his left ribs, Hanley Ramirez returned to the Dodgers for Game 3 and contributed two hits, including an RBI single in the eight inning, to help lead Los Angeles to a 3-0 win over the Cardinals in the National League Championship Series.

10/14/2013 | Pirates' Taillon removed from Fall League roster
Jameson Taillon's Arizona Fall League season is over after just one outing, as the Pirates removed their top prospect from the Scottsdale Scorpions roster on Monday due to a tweaked groin.

10/14/2013 | With new info, old masks protect against concussions
Tigers catcher Alex Avila and Red Sox counterpart David Ross have more in common than just their position and the fact that their teams are facing off in the ALCS. Both have long histories with concussions, the most recent of which occurred this summer, and both are plying their trade in old-school, heavy steel catchers' masks.

10/14/2013 | Snitker to take over managerial duties at Gwinnett
The Braves reassigned third-base coach Brian Snitker to serve as manager of their Triple-A team in Gwinnett, with former Minor League baserunning and outfield coordinator instructor Doug Dascenzo taking Snitker's place with the big league club.

10/14/2013 | Reunions with Salty, Napoli a possibility in 2014
The Rangers spent last week in Arizona putting together their offseason agenda, and the priority list includes both a right-handed bat and a catcher. When they look over the free-agent list, they are going to see a couple of names that are quite familiar to them.

10/14/2013 | Decade later, Game 6 still hard to forget
Monday marks the 10th anniversary of the one game Cubs fans would prefer to forget, yet it's part of a magical 2003 season that Kerry Wood says was his favorite of his 12 years with the team.

10/14/2013 | MLB Notebook: Papi adds to October lore
David Ortiz added to his postseason legend and etched his name in the record books once again on Sunday night. With his latest late-inning game-changing home run, Ortiz now has six career hits in the seventh inning or later that have tied the game or given his team the lead.

10/14/2013 | Red Sox's rally steals ALCS mojo
In a span of two innings at Fenway Park on Sunday night, the Red Sox turned what was largely a one-sided series favoring the Tigers into a tied-up ALCS that is either team's for the taking.

10/14/2013 | Ninth-inning misfortune leads to Tigers' downfall
An errant throw by shortstop Jose Iglesias, a missed foul popup by first baseman Prince Fielder and a wild pitch by reliever Rick Porcello set the stage for Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to deliver a walk-off single in the ninth inning of the Tigers' loss in Game 2 of the ALCS on Sunday night at Fenway Park.

10/14/2013 | Red Sox bats wake up in hurry to even ALCS
These Red Sox won't cop to the idea that their optimism was dented through the first 16 innings of this American League Championship Series, but that is in the past after their 6-5 comeback victory in Game 2.

10/14/2013 | Given extra chance, Salty dons hero hat
Jarrod Saltalamacchia's ninth-inning at-bat in Sunday's epic Game 2 of the American League Championship Series was a long journey that started in the unknown and ended in pure bliss for the Red Sox and their fans.

10/14/2013 | David and go tie-eth: Slam rescues Sox in LCS
With David Ortiz in the postseason, it has never been a matter of if. It's always been a matter of when. He had played in 14 playoff series over eight years and had at least one hit in all of them. In the eighth inning in Game 2 of the ALCS, he hit a line drive over the right-field wall and into the Red Sox bullpen for a game-tying slam.

10/14/2013 | Papi powers 'Boston Strong' finish
When David Ortiz's shot cleared a leaping Torii Hunter and landed in the Fenway Park bullpen late Sunday night, it tied Game 2 of the American League Championship Series and secured the Red Sox slugger's membership in an exclusive group.

10/13/2013 | Sox secure super sports Sunday for Boston
Hours after the New England Patriots notched a comeback win in Foxboro, Mass., the Red Sox rallied from a five-run deficit against the Tigers to even the American League Championship Series and send Boston fans home happy on a drama-packed Sunday.

10/13/2013 | Hunter's all-out effort leaves him banged up, but OK
Torii Hunter flipped over the fence, got the wind knocked out of him and drew some blood on the back of his head as he tried to rob what ended up being the game-tying grand slam by David Ortiz in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on Sunday night.

10/13/2013 | Already a classic, ALCS heads west to Detroit
Game 1 was crazy and Game 2 was even crazier, so if the American League Championship Series keeps this up, there's no telling what kind of full-on insanity might take place on Tuesday night in Game 3 at Comerica Park.

10/13/2013 | 'Pen writes different ending after Scherzer fans 13
Max Scherzer fanned 13 in a dominant effort, but the bullpen opened the door to the Red Sox for a 6-5 loss in Game 2 of the ALCS on Sunday night at Fenway Park.

10/13/2013 | Relief corps slammed in fateful eighth inning
On Sunday, one night after the Tigers' bullpen was so brilliant in a 1-0 victory in Game 1, the opposite was true. This time the relief corps couldn't hold a four-run lead in a pivotal eighth inning, and the Red Sox rallied for a 6-5 victory in Game 2.

10/13/2013 | Dodgers know how to bounce back from long odds
The Dodgers know they've put themselves in an difficult spot by dropping the first two games of the NLCS, but they also know it's not impossible to come back and win the series. In fact, the franchise has done it three times in postseason play.

10/13/2013 | Red Sox break through, plate first run of ALCS
After becoming the first team in postseason history to be no-hit through five innings in back-to-back games on Sunday night, the Red Sox strung together back-to-back hits in the bottom of the sixth inning of Game 2 to plate their first run of the American League Championship Series.

10/13/2013 | Ten years ago, trade gave Waino 'fresh start'
Nearly 10 years later, it is hard to imagine the trade that brought Adam Wainwright to St. Louis from his hometown Braves having turned out any better.

10/13/2013 | Road to the World Series: Oct. 14, 2013
The Road to the World Series took a surprising twist Sunday night for the Red Sox and Tigers, while the NLCS heads to Chavez Ravine, where the Dodgers hope their home crowd can help them turn the tables on the Cardinals.

10/13/2013 | Expect Puig to make presence felt during NLCS
Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig has looked horrible in the first two games of the National League Championship Series, and he knows it. But he's going to do something great before the NLCS is over. That's what he does.

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