It’s game 161 on Saturday and the possibility exists that by the time the day comes to an end baseball’s initial post-season schedule will be in place. Two places remain — the battle between the Yankees and Red Sox to decide which one will be the AL East champion and which one will be the No. 1 AL Wild-Card, and the Rockies and Brewers quest to be the second NL Wild-Card. The Yankees and the Rockies both go into Saturday with a Magic No. 1 for the Red Sox to be AL East champions and the Rockies to earn a wild-card berth for the fourth time in their 25-year existence. Continue reading “The Post-Season Races: The End In Sight”

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The Rockies open a three-game series against the NL West champion Dodgers at Coors Field Friday night with a Magic Number to clinch the second NL Wild-Card slot standing at two. ┬áThat’s any combination of Rockies wins and Brewers losses. That means the Rockies don’t need any help. They just need to win two of three from the Dodgers. Continue reading “Post-Season Picture: Rockies Control Own Destiny”

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